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Fresh update on "security council" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

01:15 min | 1 min ago

Fresh update on "security council" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

"2008 financial crisis that is according to agriculture analysis from grow intelligence the firm's CEO spoke to a UN Security Council meeting on food security other estimates are not as dire still high crop prices are putting millions at risk while grain supplies do fall and finally sources say Apple executives have shown off their next big bet to the company's board and mix a reality headset The demonstration indicates that development of the device has reached an advanced stage it would be the first major new products since the Apple watch debuted back in 2015 People familiar say Apple aims to unveil the headset as early as the end of this year Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in both and 120 countries I'm Leanne gerrans this is Bloomberg I've always said reality is a tough gig Anna Yes Real life can be a little too real Leanne thank you very much Let's get back to bond to the G 7 meeting taking place there Finance ministers of the G 7 are meeting for the second day in Bon where the war in Ukraine ways of course on the economic outlook the German finance minister Christian lindner says they are well has told Maria today in fact just in the last few minutes that they are going to agree on an €18 billion package of financial aid for Ukraine Let's get to Maria who's on the ground and has been talking to the German finance minister I can bring us up to speed Maria what stood out to you from your conversation with Christian litner Well Anna to me what really stood out is essentially he just confirmed that Ukraine is not going to default over the short term Remember there had been concerns about the capabilities and the ability of the country to their short term funding needs the Ukrainians now for a while or have been of course that they need in the range of 5 to $7 billion in a monthly basis And this is hard cash I mean this is just peeking basic expenses for the country that is of course torn by war I think Christian lindner made it clear that in this G 7 there will be a commitment on paper for more than 18 billion dollars going to Ukraine over the short term for that funding need that they need but also I specifically asked him you know do you see any of liquidity issues for the country and he told me quote I think for the foreseeable future that is not going to be a problem and that has been solved Maria what is Christian indo tell you in terms of inflation We know that's another key focus of the G 7 meeting and something that is a major concern to those finance ministers who are gathered there Yeah and it's another big central theme here for central bankers and finance ministers I think that when you cover and you follow him around you kind of understand that there's two things he always mentions One is that inflation for him is a problem He doesn't want to go into the Central Bank He always wants to be seen as perhaps not pressuring these to be but he made it clear you know they have to be aware and not just fema word but have to be aware that inflation is too high And then this perennial issue of you know how do you fix potentially a recession and economy that could slow down I mean he was very clear I don't think it's a throwing more money at the problem It's about productivity and using money in a smarter way Of course that sounds great The question is how do you turn that into an actual policy And we've seen that a lot of the action from the German government It's actually been very delayed as a result of the war in Ukraine And in fact what they're doing is put more stimulus on the table for their economy There's a little bit of whiplash between what he says he wants and what the government had led by Yeah interesting to see how that fiscal story plays out given the different narratives that are developing in different parts of Europe on that front He obviously is a focus on inflation Maria and but puts the emphasis on central banks too that they need to do their bit They need to that they have to be aware and Anna I think for the most part everyone here is aware of this You know this is the conversation that I've heard ever since I go up to Bond actually in fact for 48 hours this is the one thing I've heard repeatedly Central Bank have to not just be seen as tough but also acting tough when you look at the ECB in particular I think there's almost this realization that they're going to have to hide probably faster than it sounds back And the same happens with the back of England I think there was a lot of criticism over the past two days But they're not feeling well with the cost of living There's going to be a big problem with political problems Maria thanks very much Maria today You're joining us there from the G 7 Coming up next on Bloomberg daybreak Europe will be talking about Richmond their earnings the luxury group benefiting from record sales growth investors are impressed though sales 9% will be discussing dash with Laura rice coming up This is Bloomberg.

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Peter Doocy Tangles With Karine Jean-Pierre Over Disinformation Board

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | 14 hrs ago

Peter Doocy Tangles With Karine Jean-Pierre Over Disinformation Board

"Peter doocy. A national treasure tangling with Kareem, everybody's a racist, but me, Jean Pierre, in The White House press briefing. Last week you guys said that you needed this disinformation governance board at DHS to make sure that freedom of speech is protected across the country and that these platforms are not used for forms of disinformation. So what changed? Look, the Department of Homeland Security, they began their statement repeating that the board had been intentionally mischaracterized, which is a little bit of what you were asking me. And they were explicit about what it does and doesn't, it does not do. It was never about censorship, policing, speech, or removing content from anywhere. It's function was to keep Homeland Security officials aware of how bad actors, including human smugglers, transnational criminal organization and foreign adversaries could use disinformation to advance their goals as secretary Marco said, he has asked former DHS secretary Michael chernoff and former DAG Jamie to lead a thorough review. This is the pause that I was talking about and assessment as members of the bipartisan Homeland Security Council advisory council. The board will not convene during that period, but the department's work across several administrations to address this information that threatens the security for our country is critical and will continue. So that work is going to continue. So if it's pausing because you think the Borg was mischaracterized, then the disinformation board is being shut down because of disinformation. Is that what's happening here? Look, I mean, the board was put forth for a purpose, right? To make sure that we really did a really did address what was happening across the country when it came to disinformation. It's just, it's going to pause. There's been a mischaracterizations from outside outside forces. And so now where we're going to do is we're going to pause it, and we're going to do an

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Fresh update on "security council" discussed on The Vergecast

The Vergecast

00:58 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "security council" discussed on The Vergecast

"With the tech industry right now is like, we're going to talk about confidence. We're going to talk about laptops. Yeah. But an equal amount of people are interested in the cool new laptops on a coffee tax. There's the torture deal machinations of Elon buying Twitter, which means that we now run like a finance site, we run like an M and a site. It's good. I've always thought our futures hardcore Wall Street coverage. I know more about the SEC now. Than I did a couple of weeks ago. I know more jokes that the SEC's name could stand for. Just because the Elon speed? Anyhow, there's a lot going on this week. It is true. There's computex. There's more Elon Twitter. We got a lightning round, but I'm Eli, I'm your friend. David pierce is here. Hi, I'm your friend who will always just tell you to go ahead and buy a MacBook Air, no matter what you want, I will just tell you to buy a MacBook Air. Look at the end of the day though. Really? Again, there's new airs coming out. This is like the worst time to tell people to buy it back with air. Just buy a MacBook Air. It's fine. Fair enough. Alex kranz is here and I was going to run the whole show with us. How are you doing? Yeah. I'm going to be that person that tells you not to buy the MacBook Air. Just wait. Alex tells you to build your own PC. It's no problem. Those are actually the two farthest ends of the traditional PC spectrum. You understand. Yeah. I also think they might be the only options. I don't know that there's anyone who exists between those two sides of the spectrum it's HP. Hewlett Packard, the whole company. All right, there is a lot going on. Like I said, there's computex this week, so lots of computation news. Liz is going to come on. We're going to talk about Elon and Twitter and we're that deal is and then I think we're just going to spend about two hours talking about Amazon adding a USB-C port to the fire 7 tablet. Doesn't that seem like us? We that's what we would land on for the last two hours of the show. It is the thing in the rundown that made me go, yes. As I was reading it. So I don't know what to make of that. But here we are. David, I think you put this run down together. There's no project Jenna 5 sys news on here. Wow. It's a real mess, dude. It's a racer. Our nation's fourth 5G network stumbles to reality. My favorite sort of running thing about the tech industry is everybody's bad slides. And unfortunately, there were no bad slides this week. I can read. There were no bad slides. And so yeah, we're just stuck in Vegas with no service ever. I'm just gonna look at my new favorite site, which is fierce wireless dot com, which is a hardcore trade publication for the wireless industry. Now see, look, here's some news. I see what were you doing, David. Did you know that the new director of the national spectrum consortium has issued some comments on OM? Or are they good comments? Bad comments? What they are is not important. It's just that they exist. That's just when you see the NSC, you don't think the national spectrum consortium. No, actually the National Security Council is saying anything about this industry trade pub got into it. Anyway, they're confident that they will accelerate the development of next generation technologies, critical to support U.S. competitiveness. In case you're wondering what the status is already. That's good. I know all of our listeners are worried about the status of our in. I think they are. David's like, we're spinning up these new episodes. Alice got her mini series where she's like, plu P dupe is gonna make you a trackball. I'm gonna do one that's just like a deep dive on over it. You know that thing on the office where Ryan just opens up a word document, writes a fake URL at the top and gives it to creed for his own blog. We're gonna give you a podcast that's just for you. It's gonna be it's gonna be 9 hours long and it is not going to be it's not gonna be safe for the broader Internet. Andrew and I are gonna get together or want to make a cover song of Iran by flocks of seagulls, but about okay that I'm into. All I'm saying is I'm obsessed with this wireless technology. I hope you are too. If you work at the O ran association, leak me some documents. That could be a way for us to become friends. You and me together. All right, let's get out of the realm of theoretical in the realm of the extremely real, which is hardcore windows laptops. David, this is a long list of hardcore windows. I guess there's a couple Chromebooks in the mix. This is the time. What's going on at computex? Tell people what computex is. Yeah, so computex is a huge, like, truly huge conference that happens every year in Taiwan. And basically, this week, I think along with CES is probably the time when we get the peak into computers. Like good old fashioned computers and CES is like a TV and car show. Computex is when people are just like 13 inch laptops, let's do this. And then they just throw them out of a truck at you. This year was both like, I mean, to be honest, I don't know what I expect because it's laptops, like laptops, or laptops, or laptops, and we had that like one cool phase, a bunch of years ago where everybody tried to change things, and then nothing has really changed. And now there was a ton of news, there were a bunch of new laptops, including a bunch of really good ones, and I would say generally speaking, not a lot of wild new ideas about laptops. So we basically have, you have companies like acer and ASUS, who are just out here launching every laptop they can possibly think of. And the big upgrade this year is they're all going from 11th generation Intel processors to 12 generation Intel processors, which is a big deal, big performance, big battery. It's all very exciting. It's also just the thing that happens every time. You say that nothing big happened. But it looks like acer has a laptop that's going to have 3D content on it. That seems very 2009. A laptop that will make you dizzy. No, we are definitely in the part of the tech hardware cycle where they assume that people who are around for these ideas ten years ago are have children or our jobs. They're like you, they won't remember and I was like, no, we're still here, bro it's really true. I remember when you tried to do stereoscopic displays first. But now they're burying it under more complicated terms. I think the one for this one, it's the acer predator helios 300, which is an unbelievably great name for a laptop. That is a great name. I'm super in on that. It's a 15.6 inch laptop has a four K display, and the description of how of what acer did is it has a liquid crystal lenticular lens optically bonded on top of it. And it can toggle between 2D and 3D modes. Does that sound cool as hell? Yes. Does it mean anything almost certainly not? And are you going to want to use it? No. But it sounds rad, so I'm into it. I don't care. So the lenticular lens is the thing that lets it send images out in two different directions. That is a very familiar you've seen one of these before in your life. I think what they're doing is when they say optically bonded with the mean is our glue is really cool. So they've glued it. They've laminated it very tightly to the main display. And then they've got this additional text. Monica did a whole write up of this text facial labs last year. Almost exactly a year ago, she went and did the piece on spatial labs and acer. The question she had then was like, oh, this demo is really cool. What are you going to ship it?.

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N. Korea fires 3 ballistic missiles amid 1st virus outbreak

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last week

N. Korea fires 3 ballistic missiles amid 1st virus outbreak

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Fresh update on "security council" discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:34 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "security council" discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"Is being put on pause, scary Poppins, the woman that likes to create videos with funny accents and bug eyes and whatever Nina jankowicz is up has been up to. She apparently said, no mash. I can't take the scrutiny. And as a result, they're putting a pause on a government entity that patrols speech. I can't believe after over 40 years in this business. I'm actually having a conversation with my audience about the government wanting to patrol and censor speech. And have the sanctioning of the something under the Department of Homeland Security. It's a national security threat. For somebody to speak their mind. And campaign Carl said, hold my beer. I think we ought to put Tucker Carlson in jail. Remember Carl Cameron? Over two decades of campaign reporting? Respected journalist? He thinks people should be locked up. If they're guilty of speech, he disagrees with. I'm not kidding you. I've got the receipts here. Play it for you in just a moment. But first, let's listen to Peter doocy. A national treasure tangling with Kareem, everybody's a racist, but me, Jean Pierre, in The White House press briefing. Last week you guys said that you needed this disinformation governance board at DHS to make sure that freedom of speech is protected across the country and that these platforms are not used for forms of disinformation. So what changed? Look, the Department of Homeland Security, they began their statement repeating that the board had been intentionally mischaracterized, which is a little bit of what you were asking me. And they were explicit about what it does and doesn't, it does not do. It was never about censorship, policing, speech, or removing content from anywhere. It's function was to keep Homeland Security officials aware of how bad actors, including human smugglers, transnational criminal organization and foreign adversaries could use disinformation to advance their goals as secretary Marco said, he has asked former DHS secretary Michael chernoff and former DAG Jamie to lead a thorough review. This is the pause that I was talking about and assessment as members of the bipartisan Homeland Security Council advisory council. The board will not convene during that period, but the department's work across several administrations to address this information that threatens the security for our country is critical and will continue. So that work is going to continue. So if it's pausing because you think the Borg was mischaracterized, then the disinformation board is being shut down because of disinformation. Is that what's happening here? Look, I mean, the board was put forth for a purpose, right? To make sure that we really did a really did address what was happening across the country when it came to disinformation. It's just, it's going to pause. There's been a mischaracterizations from outside outside forces. And so now where we're going to do is we're going to pause it, and we're going to do an assessment. But the work doesn't stop. We're still going to continue the work. The DHS is still going to continue to work. Oh, I'll bet you will. The work isn't going to stop. DHS is going to continue to want to patrol and censor speech they disagree with. Now, if that isn't bad enough for over 20 years, Carl Cameron was the chief, I think the chief political correspondent for Fox News channel. He was on the original team when Fox News channel was born. Yesterday, he was being interviewed by one of the farthest of the leftist radical progressive activists on that network, Nicole Wallace. She's the worst kind. She's like an ex Republican. She's supposedly at one time hard to believe that somebody who's as viciously radically radicalized to the left as she is, used to work for, I think, bush. I think she worked for president Bush. Every time I see her, I just, I just cringe. Because she's so pleasant looking. That's such a pleasant appearance. And what comes out of her mouth is just sheer vitriol. So here she is with Carl Cameron yesterday on MSNBC or maybe it was the day before yesterday. Talking about disinformation and the hatred that comes from, oh, I don't know, Americans like you and me. I mean, obviously, a mass shooter is responsible for the violence and the heinous acts that the mass shooter committed. It is also true that the ideology left in the mass shooters screed mirrors the ideology, championed by Tucker Carlson. What.

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How Will the Next Oklahoma Senator Confront the McGirt Case?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:10 min | Last week

How Will the Next Oklahoma Senator Confront the McGirt Case?

"Great to have you back. Alex is a member of the Nixon seminar. I've known him for a half dozen years. He was chief of staff at the National Security Council served four years in the Trump White House, as I said, a crowded field in Oklahoma, where I've got to ask you about the abortion decision, but I also want to know about the mcgirt decision and whether how much of that matter in this field, Alex grey. Well, I think the mcgurk case is not only the most important issue facing Oklahoma on day to today level. It's the most important issue. I think in determining the type of senator that oklahomans are going to have. And I say that because it's one of those issues where a lot of special interests who have been pushing candidates in the direction of the status quo. And right now the status quo is devastating for Oklahoma. You've got 18,000 cases. Criminal cases that have been pushed from state to federal court. And that means that the federal system is totally overwhelmed and they're unable to prosecute a huge number of cases in practicality that means that rapists and murderers are actually going unpunished and

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Fresh update on "security council" discussed on Balance of Power

Balance of Power

01:23 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "security council" discussed on Balance of Power

"In eastern turkey and we heard from the finished president and the Swedish prime minister both directly address this saying that they want to sit down with turkey They hear their concerns They are very much so against terrorism but they want to have this dialog And the president now is going to be sending this over of course to Congress They have to approve this but it does look like the United States is in full support of this historic bid from Finland and Sweden Okay and we thank you so much And by the way welcome back from Europe It's good to have you back That's Bloomberg's and re horn reporting from The White House Adding Sweden and Finland to NATO it is an example of increased international cooperation but there are all too many examples recently of nations failing to get together to solve their problems Ian bremmer is the president of Eurasia group and GZERO media And he has just published a new book addressing the issue called the power of crisis how three threats and our response will change the world Ian first of all congratulations on the book I've read the book it's terrific So let's start with the GZERO part before we get to what's going to save us with the agreements So what is going on right now in Russia and particularly the divisions between Russia and NATO and Europe and China How is that broken down Well David you and I have known each other for a long time And frankly most of my books have not been enormously hopeful or optimistic because they've talked about a breakdown in the global order And what's been happening it's not the fault of any individual leader It's just that our institutions and our architecture both domestically and globally you know you build them and then the balance of power shifts the nature of the global economy shifts but the institutions are sticky They resist reform We created the Security Council back in 1945 The secretary general just a couple of weeks ago said it was broken Why Because you can't get Germany in Japan on board as permanent members because they lost World War II And you can't get rid of Russia because you promise that they'd be on even though they've just invaded a country and their president is responsible for war crimes That when you think about the way the global economy works the geopolitical balance of power works you think of the way that international alliances work you recognize that they really don't relate to the global balance of power well at all anymore And what does that do That creates a lot more friction a lot more crises I mean if you had a car for 30 40 50 years you'd get some oil changes you'd get some tune ups and eventually you'd buy a new car We haven't done that with our international architectures Ian are there growing up or strengthening I should say subgroups that are stronger than before it was just been talking about NATO and the apparent addition of Sweden and Finland You also have the quad that's going on as President Biden heads over to that part of the world Are there subgroups that are not global but they are multinational Yeah I mean NATO clearly has gotten much stronger because of the Russian invasion in Ukraine Before that Trump called it obsolete Macron call it brain dead Putin obviously didn't read my book He clearly thought that there was no capacity to respond and unify That's exactly what's happened The European Union today is stronger not only because of the Russian invasion but because of the pandemic Remember after the pandemic hit the EU decided to engage in an internal Marshall plan massive redistribution of wealth from the wealthy countries like Germany and Denmark and the Netherlands to the poor countries in the south and the east And that's very different than the way they reacted to the 2008 financial crisis that almost led to the implosion of the EU They also ensured that when they finally got vaccines they were distributed across the entire European Union It wasn't the Germans and the French for themselves And so the fact of the matter is that today in 2022 because of crisis the EU is politically and diplomatically much more cohesive much stronger than it was going into those crises That's precisely the point I'm making in the book So let's go to the more hopeful part I mean I love the fact that you began with this anecdote I think I may have known it but I'm not sure I did Of the first personal meeting between Ronald Reagan and mister Gorbachev and exactly what happened in that meeting and the exchange which had to do with aliens Yeah this was of course back in the 80s and that no one knew about the conversation until decades later because it was only these two men and their personal translators that were in the room in this dacha in Switzerland The first time they had met and Reagan the former movie star and then governor and then president says so you know mister secretary if aliens attacked my country you'd come and help us wouldn't you And Gorbachev said of course we would And he said well we would too if you were invaded And it sounds kind of hokey and folksy but the reality is that that started a relationship of trust between these two men And it also led to an arms control framework that helped to reduce the sort of nuclear armed confrontation showdown that the Soviet empire and the United States had had for.

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North Korea fires ballistic missile amid rising animosities

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 weeks ago

North Korea fires ballistic missile amid rising animosities

"North North North North Korea Korea Korea Korea has has has has launched launched launched launched a a a a ballistic ballistic ballistic ballistic missile missile missile missile towards towards towards towards its its its its eastern eastern eastern eastern waters waters waters waters just just just just days days days days after after after after its its its its leader leader leader leader vowed vowed vowed vowed to to to to beef beef beef beef up up up up the the the the country's country's country's country's nuclear nuclear nuclear nuclear arsenal arsenal arsenal arsenal the the the the launch launch launch launch is is is is the the the the fourteenth fourteenth fourteenth fourteenth firing firing firing firing this this this this year year year year for for for for the the the the north north north north the the the the timing timing timing timing is is is is also also also also significant significant significant significant as as as as it it it it comes comes comes comes just just just just six six six six days days days days before before before before new new new new conservative conservative conservative conservative south south south south Korean Korean Korean Korean president president president president takes takes takes takes office office office office south south south south Korean Korean Korean Korean officials officials officials officials say say say say the the the the missile missile missile missile was was was was fired fired fired fired from from from from the the the the capital capital capital capital region region region region and and and and into into into into the the the the waters waters waters waters off off off off its its its its eastern eastern eastern eastern coast coast coast coast south south south south Korea's Korea's Korea's Korea's joint joint joint joint chiefs chiefs chiefs chiefs called called called called the the the the move move move move in in in in acts acts acts acts of of of of grave grave grave grave threats threats threats threats that that that that undermined undermined undermined undermined international international international international peace peace peace peace they they they they also also also also noted noted noted noted it it it it was was was was a a a a violation violation violation violation of of of of U. U. U. U. N. N. N. N. security security security security council council council council resolutions resolutions resolutions resolutions banning banning banning banning any any any any ballistic ballistic ballistic ballistic launch launch launch launch by by by by the the the the north north north north I'm I'm I'm I'm Karen Karen Karen Karen Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas

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What Is the Poisition of a Trump Supporter on Russia & Ukraine?

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 3 weeks ago

What Is the Poisition of a Trump Supporter on Russia & Ukraine?

"So what is the position of a Trump supporter when it comes to Russia and Ukraine I said a Trump supporter not a Rand Paul supporter Not a J D Vance supporter A Trump supporter General Keith Kellogg who you've known you've seen him on life liberty and Levin and other programs And Fred flights Fred flights who served in the National Security Council under president Trump former CIA solid as a rock They penned a piece that is they wrote a piece and they said the following As former Trump administration national security officials who deeply believe in an America first approach to U.S. national security policy we've been on television almost every day discussing Russian president Vladimir Putin's brutal and unprovoked invasion of Ukraine You can see how distinct this is From Rand Paul and JD Vance we have stated with urgency that the U.S. must support Ukraine with all the weaponry it needs to defend itself against Russia's completely unjustifiable invasion We have saluted the bold and heroic leadership of Ukrainian president Vladimir zelensky We have also repeatedly denounced Moscow's criticism of the zelensky as well as Putin's nonsensical claim that Russia invaded to fight Nazis Some have recently misrepresented the American first movement concerning the war in Ukraine and Putin For example in a Sunday Wall Street Journal op-ed Jeffrey Scott Shapiro alleged that the movement has taken a dangerous turn Claiming lead American firsters are parroting the Kremlin's narrative on the war in Ukraine And mistaken Putin for a strong nationalist leader like president Donald J Trump This is pure nonsense

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US targets Putin's daughters, Russian banks in new sanctions

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

US targets Putin's daughters, Russian banks in new sanctions

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"security council" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:50 min | Last month

"security council" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To talk about demand destruction and decelerating growth that's the sentiment that's reflecting in the stock market One of the criticisms of this index is that one this is a price weighted index not a market cap weighted index the way the S&P 500 is So maybe some of these fears are being priced in in a way that isn't taking into account some of the actual numbers on the ground That's one of the criticisms But at the end of the day Carol I think you nailed it This is really coming at a point where we're saying are we headed for a recession Are we not And this index is really a proxy of that potential Right are we done like stockpiling toilet paper and everything We've just been buying so much stuff And a lot of folks have been saying do we go back to buying more at historical levels versus the pandemic levels We have to leave it there Great chart her chart of the day at K Gupta one two 9 at Bloomberg dot net and check her out at Twitter and Instagram at creedy Gupta news Ten 80 lines we go to Washington D.C. for a checked latest world in national news Hey Nats Thanks Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky in an address to the UN Security Council says it's crucial Russia must be held accountable for war crimes He spoke a day after visiting the city of bucha outside Kyiv where he says Russian troops committed genocide The Russian military surge foreign purposefully killed anyone who served our country They killed shot and killed women outside their houses when they just tried to call someone who is alive President zelensky is calling on the UN to live up to its charter and do more to support Ukraine President Biden and Obama joined a ceremony at The White House this afternoon on the 12th anniversary of the landmark health insurance law both calling for even more comprehensive coverage President Obama summarized the achievements of his administration Nothing Made me prouder than providing better healthcare and more protections to millions of people across this country.

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Zelenskyy at the UN accuses Russian military of war crimes

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last month

Zelenskyy at the UN accuses Russian military of war crimes

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"security council" Discussed on UN News

UN News

06:11 min | Last month

"security council" Discussed on UN News

"Madam president excellencies. The war in Ukraine is one of the greatest challenges ever. To the international orders and the global peace art architecture founded on the United Nations charter. Because of its nature, intensity, and consequences. We are dealing with the full fledged invasion on several fronts of one member state of the United Nations, Ukraine, by another, the Russian Federation, a permanent member of the Security Council, in violation of the United Nations charter, and with several aims, including redrawing the international recognized borders between the two countries. The war has led to senseless loss of life, massive devastation in urban centers, and destruction of civil and infrastructure. I will never forget the horrifying images of civilian skilled in butcher and I immediately called for an independent investigation to guarantee effective accountability. And I'm also deeply shocked by the personal testimony of rapes and sexual violence yet now are emerging. The high commissioner for human rights has spoken of possible war crimes, grave breaches of international limited law and serious violations of international human rights law. And the Russian offensive has also led to displacement of more than 10 million people in just one month. The fastest forced population movement since the Second World War. Far beyond Ukraine's borders, the war has led to massive increases in prices of food, energy and fertilizers, because Russia and Ukraine are lynchpins of this market. It has disrupted supply chains and increase the cost of transportation, putting even more pressure on the developing world. Many developing countries are already on the verge of that collapse due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. And the lack of adequate liquidity and debt relief, stemming, ultimately, from the unfair nature of our global economic and financial system. For all these reasons, it is more urgent by the day to silence the guns. That is why I ask the emergency leave coordinator Martin Griffiths to travel to Russia and Ukraine to press for an urgent humanitarian ceasefire. And the secretary general Griffiths will update you on humanitarian situation and the results of his contacts so far. And the secretary general di Carlo will also brief you on the political and human rights dimensions. But secretary general of the United Nations, it is my duty to call the attention of the council to the serious damage being done to the global economy and particularly to vulnerable people and developing countries. Madam president our analysis indicates that 74 developing countries with a total population of 1.2 billion people are particularly vulnerable to spiking food, energy and fertilizer costs. Depth obligations take up some 16% of developing countries export earnings and in small island developing states, the figure is set 4% and rising because of increased interest rates and they need to pay for expensive imports. In the past months alone, which prices have increased by 22%, mice by 21% and barley by 31%. Brent oil price is on the 1st of April, where more than 60% higher than at the same time last year. The series of events have led to that not only the present situation. Natural gas and fertilizer prices more than double over the same period. We are already seeing some countries move from vulnerability into crises and signs of serious social unrest. The flames of conflict are fooled by inequality, deprivation, and underfunding. With all the warnings signals flashing red, we have a duty to act. Madam president, the global crisis response group on food energy and finance that I set up last month as formulated some initial recommendations for the consideration of member states, international financial institutions and others. On foods, we are urging all countries to keep markets open, resist and justify an unnecessary export restrictions. And make reserves available to countries at risk of hunger and famine. This is not the time for protectionism. Humanitarian appeals must be fully funded. People cop up in crisis around the world can not pay the price for this war. On energy, the use of strategic stockpiles and additional reserves could help ease this energy crisis in the short term. But the only medium and long-term solution is to accelerate the deployment of renewable energy, which is not impacted by market fluctuations. These will allow the progressive phase out of coal and other fossil fuels and renewables are already cheaper in most of the cases. And on finance, international financial institutions must go into emergency mode. We need urgent infection by the G 20 and international financial institutions to increase liquidity and fiscal space. So that governments can provide safety nets for the poorest and most vulnerable. The reform I've been calling for the global financial system is long overdue. All these actions are closely linked with the prevention agenda. And with building and sustaining peace. Madam president, the war in Ukraine must stop now. We need serious negotiations for peace based on the principles of the United Nations charter. This council is charged with maintaining peace and doing so in solidarity. I deeply regret the divisions that have prevented the Security Council from acting not only on Ukraine, but another threat to peaceful security around the world. I urge the council to do everything in its power to end the war and to mitigate its impact, both on the suffering people of Ukraine and on vulnerable people and developing countries around the world and I thank you..

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"security council" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:30 min | Last month

"security council" Discussed on WTOP

"Following for you this morning on WTO P Ukraine is braced for renewed fighting in southeastern regions of the country This comes as its president volodymyr zelensky prepares to address the UN Security Council virtually today over growing evidence that Russian soldiers deliberately killed and perhaps tortured civilians near Kyiv Two more Republican yes votes for confirmation of judge ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court senators Lisa Murkowski and Mitt Romney joined senator Susan Collins in backing Jackson's confirmation all but assuring her a seat on the high court And Virginia governor Glen youngkin Sam's legislation to the General Assembly that would suspend the 26 cent a gallon gas tax through the summer It would also cap future raises to two cents per year stay with WTO for more on these stories in just minutes 5 17 now a navy captain who admitted to drinking a bottle of wine and stealing a book during the attack on the U.S. capitol last year has been sentenced to serve 90 days in jail Jason riddle of New Hampshire earlier pleaded guilty to two misdemeanors He'll also serve three years of probation and pay more than $750 in restitution for the stolen book and damage done during the riot There'll be a rare wedding reception at The White House this fall Naomi Biden President Biden's granddaughter will marry Peter Neal in November Naomi Biden is a lawyer a fiance is in law school Michael larosa press secretary for First Lady Jill Biden says the family is still in the planning stages of wedding festivities It's 5 18.

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Toby Harnden Shares a Story From on the Ground in Afghanistan

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

04:24 min | Last month

Toby Harnden Shares a Story From on the Ground in Afghanistan

"You mentioned this story, the prison uprising, Mike spann, a former marine CIA paramilitary. For those who know nothing, give us the story of that incredible event and what that man did. Yeah. It is incredible. And so November 25th, 2001. Two CIA officers walk into this fort called calla jangi, which means literally like fort of war outside mazar I Sharif. Now, backing up a little bit mazarin Sharif had fallen to northern alliance forces, aided by our allies. Our allies aided by the CIA green berets and air force combat controllers and the awesome might have U.S. air power overhead on November 10th. Now, less than a month earlier, Mike spann had been one of 8 CIA officers who landed in the Darius souf valley, aboard two Black Hawk helicopters that had flown in from Kashi Khan about K two, a former Soviet air base that Uzbekistan government had given over to the Americans for this post 9 11 mission. So October 17th, 2001, they land at dropped into the unknown. First Americans behind America. So we are barely barely a month out since 9 11. Yeah. First Americans behind them enemy lines. Now there had been a CIA team called jawbreaker that had landed in the pantry of Ali on September 26th, but that was, you know, relatively speaking safe territory controlled by the northern alliance. But this was enemy territory, Taliban controlled territory. So 8 of them, four of them were paramilitaries, one of those was Mike span. So when paramilitary is somebody who's been seconded, usually from the military and is working in the CIA using their skills for the CIA. Yeah, usually they actually in the CIA sometimes their contractors or people who've been seconded and on some of the other teams that were actually serving members of the Delta force and seals. But the four paramount trees on team alpha were serving CIOs special activities, division. Scott spellman, who was on the cover of the book, he was later became very senior, it was the senior CIA guy on the National Security Council during the Trump administration. He became station chief in Kabul, but then a young officer, but already battle hardened he had been wounded in the battle of Mogadishu in Somalia in 1993. It was a guy called Alex Hernandez, who was the deputy chief, who was a sergeant major, gone full career in special forces and then joined the agency and two case officers, JRC, who was the chief who'd worked with the CIA out of Islamabad in the 1980s against the Soviets for the supply and stinger missiles to the mujahideen and David Tyson who you mentioned at the beginning who was with Mike span on November 25th 2001. So they're in unfriendly territory. This is the Ford of war, walk us through that event. So David was a case officer based in Tashkent and spoke Uzbek almost fluently. And so he's the linguist and the main linguist on the team, although JR, seger also he spoke diary, which was the sort of lingua franca in Afghanistan. But on that day, the team split, there's a big fight, a hundred miles to the east. It expected in Kunduz so the bulk of American forces are there. But the night before 400 Al-Qaeda prisoners had arrived on the eastern edge of mazarin reef to surrender, and it was extremely murky why they were there. They should have been surrendering in Kunduz. And basically, I mean, what I was able to establish almost beyond doubt is that this was a Trojan horse operation. It was a deliberate trap. Yeah, it was a Taliban Al-Qaeda operation to put pretend that for these 400 fighters had surrendered, but in fact they were made up remained armed. They sort of exploited Afghan custom to keep their weapons with them and they were planning an uprising. Because you can have lots of people surrender at once if it's a regular army during the Gulf War, we had thousands of Iraqis surrender at once. When it's irregular fighters, you don't usually get hundreds of them surrendering at the same time. It's a little bit

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Toby Harnden Shares a Story From on the Ground in Afghanistan

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

04:22 min | Last month

Toby Harnden Shares a Story From on the Ground in Afghanistan

"You mentioned this story, the prison uprising, Mike spann, a former marine CIA paramilitary. For those who know nothing, give us the story of that incredible event and what that man did. Yeah. It is incredible. And so November 25th, 2001. Two CIA officers walk into this fort called calla jangi, which means literally like fort of war outside mazar I Sharif. Now, backing up a little bit mazarin Sharif had fallen to northern alliance forces, aided by our allies. Our allies aided by the CIA green berets and air force combat controllers and the awesome might have U.S. air power overhead on November 10th. Now, less than a month earlier, Mike spann had been one of 8 CIA officers who landed in the Darius souf valley, aboard two Black Hawk helicopters that had flown in from Kashi Khan about K two, a former Soviet air base that Uzbekistan government had given over to the Americans for this post 9 11 mission. So October 17th, 2001, they land at dropped into the unknown. First Americans behind America. So we are barely barely a month out since 9 11. Yeah. First Americans behind them enemy lines. Now there had been a CIA team called jawbreaker that had landed in the pantry of Ali on September 26th, but that was, you know, relatively speaking safe territory controlled by the northern alliance. But this was enemy territory, Taliban controlled territory. So 8 of them, four of them were paramilitaries, one of those was Mike span. So when paramilitary is somebody who's been seconded, usually from the military and is working in the CIA using their skills for the CIA. Yeah, usually they actually in the CIA sometimes their contractors or people who've been seconded and on some of the other teams that were actually serving members of the Delta force and seals. But the four paramount trees on team alpha were serving CIOs special activities, division. Scott spellman, who was on the cover of the book, he was later became very senior, it was the senior CIA guy on the National Security Council during the Trump administration. He became station chief in Kabul, but then a young officer, but already battle hardened he had been wounded in the battle of Mogadishu in Somalia in 1993. It was a guy called Alex Hernandez, who was the deputy chief, who was a sergeant major, gone full career in special forces and then joined the agency and two case officers, JRC, who was the chief who'd worked with the CIA out of Islamabad in the 1980s against the Soviets for the supply and stinger missiles to the mujahideen and David Tyson who you mentioned at the beginning who was with Mike span on November 25th 2001. So they're in unfriendly territory. This is the Ford of war, walk us through that event. So David was a case officer based in Tashkent and spoke Uzbek almost fluently. And so he's the linguist and the main linguist on the team, although JR, seger also he spoke diary, which was the sort of lingua franca in Afghanistan. But on that day, the team split, there's a big fight, a hundred miles to the east. It expected in Kunduz so the bulk of American forces are there. But the night before 400 Al-Qaeda prisoners had arrived on the eastern edge of mazarin reef to surrender, and it was extremely murky why they were there. They should have been surrendering in Kunduz. And basically, I mean, what I was able to establish almost beyond doubt is that this was a Trojan horse operation. It was a deliberate trap. Yeah, it was a Taliban Al-Qaeda operation to put pretend that for these 400 fighters had surrendered, but in fact they were made up remained armed. They sort of exploited Afghan custom to keep their weapons with them and they were planning an uprising. Because you can have lots of people surrender at once if it's a regular army during the Gulf War, we had thousands of Iraqis surrender at once. When it's irregular fighters, you don't usually get hundreds of them surrendering at the same

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Professor Paul Kengor: The Russians Know Death Unlike Any Other People

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:52 min | Last month

Professor Paul Kengor: The Russians Know Death Unlike Any Other People

"Professor Paul kengo welcome back to America first one on one. Well, thank you said it is always good to be with you, sir. Let's start with an article you sent me yesterday from the American spectator that kind of helps us. There's a concept in national security called strategic culture. I learned of it from one of the best of the best, the late great Colin gray, a British American dual national who served in the Reagan administration in the National Security Council. And the theory goes thusly, Paul, that every nation, every elite has a different strategic culture. Belgium thinks differently about war than Vanuatu. The Soviet Union thought differently about war than Americans did. That strategic culture. Will you explain why the concept of death and human suffering or the cost and value of human life is a little bit different in Russia? Yeah, that's exactly what I wrote about in that piece for American spectator yesterday, right? The Russians know death, unlike any other people. And I mean, it depends on how long or how quickly you want to walk through this. And of course, it's no laughing matter. It's quite tragic, but going back the last 100 years, Seb, a little over a hundred years, I guess, but back to World War I, the Russians from 1914 to 1917 lost more men in World War I than any other country. And that, in fact, they didn't even finish the war. They were actually on the winning side, but they pulled out in 1917 after Tsar Nicholas II abdicated in March 1917. They would have been on our side in that war. They lost over 3 million people in that war. Now, to give you a sense of comparison, you know how many people we lost in World War I, about a 110,000.

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Caller: Democrats Are Colludiing With the Media

Mark Levin

01:52 min | 2 months ago

Caller: Democrats Are Colludiing With the Media

"Sir So Mark what I wanted to talk about is mainly like concern that I had that you see a more and more every day that the Democrats have basically built an infrastructure and they're building upon it that is collusion with the media with culture with big tech with all these companies that it's an infrastructure that's going to be able to derail any single Republican administration in the future And I really hope that on day one Republicans are able to tackle this So what I want to see Mark is number one I want to see the whistleblower testifying in public with every single former member of president Trump's National Security Council and also Adam Schiff's staff that they were colluding with They need to be testifying into the investigated day one Also all these companies that are saying that Republican administrations on the governor level that these states are racist saying that the voter integrity law There's something wrong with that that it's anti minorities in Georgia whether don't see gay Bill in Florida You know what CEOs They need to be brought in front of Congress and just debate What provision specifically do you have a problem with explain and defend your position Because they're effectively blackmailing Republican states and acting as an armored Democrat party And then what's even worse is that look what's happening with James O'Keefe and project veritas The FBI is acting like basically the German Gestapo for Joe Biden right Going after them because of Ashley Biden's diary and all the information coming out from that And then what's even worse today which is broken the last hour and a half They're now exposing text messages of clarence Thomas wife which is outrageous I mean you want to call because Venice to be put a stop to this because of Democrats they're not going to stop They're going to get even worse and worse Now that they know they're going to be losing power And I really hope that day one Republicans they respond in kinds that never allow this behavior to happen Let me

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How China Could Win the Ukrainian War With Rob Spalding

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:21 min | 2 months ago

How China Could Win the Ukrainian War With Rob Spalding

"My former White House colleague former senior director for strategy in the Trump administration in the National Security Council. He is the author of several books. Stealth ward is the first. He's got a brand new one coming out imminently called war without rules. He used to fly stealth bombers. He's a general retired U.S. Army, I prefer to do the British thing. Brigadier rob spaulding. Welcome back to America first. Great to be back. Thank you. So we brought you into discuss the no fly zone concepts, whether it's a good idea, a bad idea, the performance or underperformance of the Russian air force in the last three weeks in Ukraine. But we can't talk about Russia without talking about the other big pieces of the jigsaw puzzle, especially China. Let's continue first the discussion of how they plug in to the Russian efforts, how the sanctions strengthen China's position of Vis-à-vis Russia, and this interesting statement you made that maybe China can't help themselves when it comes to doing something egregious, like invading another country. So first of all, the Russians have asked China for weapons to aid their effort in Ukraine. Prior to that, the Chinese have refused to join sanctions against Russia or even call out, call the invasion of Ukraine and invasion. For the most part, the talking points coming out of China are that the United States created this conflict that actually the United States in the west NATO provoked Putin to invade Ukraine. So when you look at this holistically, you say, well, we have the administration just came out and said some of the administration that the administration is looking at how to drive a wedge between Russia and China and they think that Ukraine might be the opportunity. And I'd read that article and I said, well, does that mean that they think that they can get a closer relationship with the Chinese Communist Party because therefore they'll stop supporting Russia and it just tells you how fundamentally disconnected Washington D.C. is from how Russia and China

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UN council to meet on Russian claim of US labs in Ukraine

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 months ago

UN council to meet on Russian claim of US labs in Ukraine

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Russia asks for you one security council meeting on its allegations of U. S. military biological activities in Ukraine at the request of Russia the U. N. security council will meet this morning to discuss Russian allegations that Ukraine is running chemical and biological labs with support from the United States the accusation first came to light this week from Russian foreign ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova who presented no evidence Russian you when deputy ambassador Dmitry Kulikov repeated the accusation Wednesday state department spokesman net price the Kremlin continues to spread it out right lights U. N. spokesman Stefan to Jerrick said Thursday the World Health Organization which has been working with the Ukrainian government is unaware of any chemical or biological weapons work by Ukraine hi Mike Rossio

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Twitter Thread Lists Concerns Over Concessions by Robert Malley

Mark Levin

01:15 min | 2 months ago

Twitter Thread Lists Concerns Over Concessions by Robert Malley

"Gabriel Noran ha Worked at national security and diplomacy And he posted a thread on Twitter that was provided to me And in this thread reveals a number of things that are gravely serious Gravely troublesome He says number one my former career civil servants at the State Department the National Security Council my colleagues at the European Union Are so concerned with the concessions being made by rob malley Rob malley Robert malley is the point man for negotiating with the Islamist regime in Tehran on this Iran deal That they've allowed me to publish some details of the coming deal in the hopes that Congress will act to stop the capitulation Because Biden is trying to get around them now Biden is trying to get around them now

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United Nations General Assembly meets on Russia's invasion of Ukraine

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 months ago

United Nations General Assembly meets on Russia's invasion of Ukraine

"The United Nations one hundred and ninety three member states get closer to voting on a resolution over Russia's invasion of Ukraine at the second day of the general assembly's emergency session one after another diplomats condemned Russia Antigua and Barbuda's ambassador Walton RB web since as the country is in the wrong and all U. N. members due to vote yes to the resolution which Russia vetoed in the security council that being the principles of the charter might is not right allows you an ambassador a lot us aid says Russia's actions violate the U. N. charter and international law and cited a famous quote to show solidarity with Ukraine then they came for me and there was no one left to speak for me you crane Palau stands with you the draft resolution demands Russia immediately stop using force against Ukraine and withdraw all troops I'm Julie Walker

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China Ok With UN Resolution Against Russia

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

China Ok With UN Resolution Against Russia

"Even China, this was, I don't know how many of you listening know this. But this is significant, China abstained. In the Security Council in the vote to condemn Russia, Russia vetoed it, of course, any one of the members of the Security Council can veto the 5 permanent members. It's still 5 correct. They didn't extend it beyond 5. France, France, the UK, the U.S., Russia and China. And so any one of them can veto a resolution at the Security Council. So yes, of course, Russia vetoed a resolution condemning Russia. But China did not vote against it. China did not veto it.

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UN holding 2 meetings Monday on Russia's attack on Ukraine

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 2 months ago

UN holding 2 meetings Monday on Russia's attack on Ukraine

"For the first time in decades the United Nations General Assembly will hold an emergency session today to discuss the Ukraine crisis there are two meetings at the U. N. first the one hundred ninety three member General Assembly we are ambassadors like Linda Thomas greenfield of the U. S. will denounce the war that Russia's waged on Ukraine and find ways to hold the Kremlin accountable those of us here safely sitting in this hollowed hall have a moral responsibility to respond to Russia's desecration of human life later the more powerful fifteen member security council meets to discuss international demands for an immediate ceasefire and address the plight of millions of Ukrainians caught up in the war many seeking shelter in bordering countries I'm Jackie Quinn

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Russian official issues stark threats to the West

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Russian official issues stark threats to the West

"Moscow has said any western sanctions will be met with tough measures from the Russian side in comments on the social platform Dmitry Medvedev the deputy head of Russia's security council and former placeholder president suggested that Moscow may respond by opting out of the last nuclear arms deal with the US hunts by cutting diplomatic ties with western nations and freezing the assets the sanctions have so far placed tight restrictions on Russian financial operations Vonn technology exports and froze the assets of Russian president Vladimir Putin himself Washington and its allies say that even tougher sanctions are possible including kicking Russia out of swift the dominant system for global financial transactions I'm Karen Thomas

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"security council" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:10 min | 6 months ago

"security council" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"U.S. State Department this weekend ordered all non emergency employees and their families to leave Ethiopia It's another sign of the worsening situation near the capital Addis Ababa as a year old Civil War appears to have reached a critical point and Pierre's Ada Peralta had just returned from a reporting trip to Ethiopia and he's with us now from his base in Cape Town South Africa to tell us more aider Thank you so much for joining us Thank you Michelle It sounds like things are becoming dire What can you tell us about the latest developments Yeah so look the rebels have had some big victories and fighting continues The government has escalated a bombing campaign But the rebels are now about 200 miles from the capital Addis Ababa and they are threatening to continue their march And what happened at the UN Security Council tells you how serious this situation is For months now the Security Council has been unable to agree on a single joint statement and on Friday China and Russia finally relented and decided to join a statement that called for an end to this war They say that the war threatens the stability of the country and the region and they called on the parties to negotiate and to stop using quote inflammatory hate speech and incitement to violence and divisiveness Wow well what are the chances of this expanding into the capital Look that's the hardest question to answer Ethiopia is a country that has seen many wars and Addis has historically been spared the worst fighting At the beginning of this war the government promised a fast quote law enforcement operation but everyone knew this was going to be a hard war because all of the fighters in this conflict are battle hardened And indeed a year in it has been horrific rights groups say that there has been ethnic cleansing and the deliberate targeting of civilians And now the rebels have set their sight on the capital I spoke to niam in select who was once in opposition leader in exile and he is now a government insider and I asked him if this war was a mistake Let's listen If you don't fight this war then the country would have disintegrated If that is a mistake then I think holy mistake Well you know from that clip it doesn't sound like there's much prospect for peace Yeah I think that's right I mean the language is existential It's historic and you heard there even religious The government believes if the rebels topple the government Ethiopia which is the second most populous country in Africa the only one not to be colonized will be torn apart And the rebels say that this government and its allies have already waged an ethnically driven fight against their people And if the government is allowed to continue they say they face extermination And look let's not forget that there are a bunch of other simmering conflicts in other armed groups that are fighting alongside the government and the rebels And those alliances are by enlarge of convenience So even if there is a military victory in this war which seems unlikely it is very probable that the fighting doesn't end there That is NPR Africa correspondent Peralta.

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"security council" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:46 min | 11 months ago

"security council" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"For a U. N Security Council meeting following the assassination of the country's president, Prime Minister Claude Joseph says President Juvenal Moist, was shot and killed in his home in port of Prince overnight, he says first lady Martin Joyce was injured and is in the hospital. Haiti has been in the middle of a constitutional power struggle a chaotic election more than a year ago. San Moise sworn in after a first round vote, former President Donald Trump plans to sue Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter's Jack Dorsey, a source tells Bloomberg. The former president will announce the class action lawsuits at a news conference coming up next hour. Twitter permanently banned the former president over his role in stoking the mob that attacked the U. S capital on January 6th. Last month. Facebook said the former president would remain suspended for at least two years, with the option of being reinstated in 2023. If the risk to public safety some sides President Joe Biden is elevating ransomware to a national security level threat. Bloomberg's Amy Morris has that President Biden is meeting with agency leaders behind closed doors to talk about ransomware attacks and how to fight them this after yesterday's meeting with deputy National Security Advisor for Cyber and Neuberger, who discussed vulnerabilities and strategies with the U. S Conference of Mayors She told the group. A recent pilot program to protect electric utilities would soon be followed by a plan to beef up protections for other critical sectors like pipelines, water and chemicals in Washington. I'm Amy Morris. Bloomberg Radio. President Biden will take his case for trillions in taxes and social spending today to a Chicago suburb that voted for former president Trump in 2020 will be in Crystal Lake, Illinois, Touring a Community college. Their global news on air and on Bloomberg Quick take power by more than 2700. Journalists and analysts are more than 120 countries. The Alzheimer's isn't welcome to parent teacher Night. Oh yes,.

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"security council" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"security council" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Two years earlier, Suzanne's brother and two in laws were murdered in North Carolina in an anti Muslim hate crime at UNC. So when she learned her cousin's Holland, Aruba have been murdered. She wanted answers. She fired up her e mail, and she started making calls. Holding the phone with one arm and a new baby with the other. And I basically cold emailed H. R. McMaster and requested a meeting with him concerning the murder of my American cousin, American journalist. Who was killed in Istanbul, and no one seemed to care. Lieutenant General H. R. McMaster was president Trump's national security advisor. Yet the power to shape the agenda on the National Security Council and a C for short His responses. Keep a responded and B It was a very courteous response and said that he would have the directors of Syria and Turkey available and Cary was meeting with Tennessee members with my baby in the room. I met up with Suzanne and her baby in Washington, and she just come from the State Department. They put Suzanne in touch with the FBI agents stationed in Turkey. She told me The agent there said that they needed turkeys permission to intervene. Xan, being a doctor wanted to see the Turkish autopsy reports and she also wanted updates on the case proceeded. The FBI agent agreed to help. I had received those reassurances, however, that agent had quickly cycled out and the next group that came on was pretty tight lipped, and I haven't heard much since. So you really haven't heard anything new or from anybody in a year or less. That's a long time a very long time. Our team learned later that the FBI did not open a case for Holla source inside the bureau. It tried to look up Hollis case in the FBI computer system and found nothing back in Istanbul reporter Fariba Nowa wanted to know how the Turkish prosecutor Built the murder case against Hollis cousin Ahmed Barakat, But the case was a black box. In Turkey. Court files aren't public like they are in the US, So I tried to interview people inside the investigation. I tried everyone from the prosecutor to the gold Rolex wearing homicide detective. Nobody would talk. But then, surprisingly, they let me talk to this guy. He was the court appointed Arabic interpreter. Thank you Met there. Cut speaks Arabic and the investigation and trial were in Turkish. Funny enough. The translator is named Ahmed Ahmed Way need outside a cafe in Istanbul's famous tax seems square. He's originally from Iraq but now a proud Turkish citizen. Is a warm smile and a firm handshake. He starts by telling me about the police interrogation of Ahmed, but I caught leading up to the trial by then a TTE the beginning we asked him Were you at Aruba's house that day? And he said No, I wasn't. Did you call her? No, I did not call if you find him. Okay. Then, he says they showed Ahmed Bear caught some security camera footage taken near Holland Aruba's apartment. Yeah, Yeah, and I showed him.

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"security council" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"security council" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"NPR News. I'm Steve Inskeep and I'm David Green. Good morning today. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo goes to the United Nations to try to pressure Iran and he'll be using the Iran nuclear deal to do it as NPR's Michelle Kelemen reports when the Obama administration negotiated the Iran nuclear deal with other major powers. It included a provision that would allow any of the signatories to call for the reimposition of U. N sanctions. Here's how then Secretary of State John Kerry explained it in 2015. We're not happy. We can go to the Security Council. And we alone. Can force a vote on the snapping back of those sanctions. Pompeo often criticizes Carrie, but resurfaced those comments on Twitter this week. Now President Trump is sending Pompeo to New York to notify the U. N Security Council that the United States intends to restore virtually all of the previously Suspended United Nations sanctions. But the problem is the Trump administration pulled out of the nuclear deal and other security Council members argued that the US gave up its right to snap back the sanctions. Richard Gallon of the International Crisis Group predicts a messy diplomacy ahead. Andi, I'm afraid to say that probably may not be a big bang. All of this is gonna happen through fairly low key U N diplomatic communications. It hasn't been tried before. But the Iran nuclear deal allows participants to notify the Security Council if Iran is not complying. The council then has 30 days to pass a resolution to continue the sanctions relief in the deal, But the US could veto that resolution and sanctions would snap back Galan says council members could just ignore the US, though, and after 30 days we might be in alternate universes. There will be a US universe in which sanctions have been fully restored on a wrong And then there will be the universe that most of the council members, I think actually, most members of the U. N in general will exist in in which nothing of the sort has happened. In a sign of just how isolated the U. S is at the United Nations on this on Ly, the Dominican Republic supported the Trump administration's bid last week to extend an arms embargo on Iran, the UK, France and other European allies abstained. This was an important test and the council failed. That's how outgoing envoy Brian Hooks so last Friday's vote Secretary Pompeo see snap back as the next big test. These will be fully valid, enforceable U. N Security Council resolution. We have every expectation that could be enforced just like every other U. N Security Council resolution that is in place. However, even Iran hawk and former Trump National Security Advisor John Bolton argues that this process isn't worth it and could undermine America's veto power in the council, the Obama administration Shins negotiator Wendy Sherman says she never expected to agree on anything with Boldin. But on snap back she does. It will just e locked around. In the procedural political process of the United Nations, and at the end of the day will go out with a whimper. That is, she says. As long as the Iranians don't overreact to the US move, my senses is everyone. But the United States in the Dominican Republic ignore a snap back. They will try to sit tight and wait and see who wins the U. S presidential elections in November. Michelle Kelemen NPR NEWS Washington Joe Biden speech tonight to the Democratic convention will not be his first. He's done several most recently four years ago. That 2016 speech has stayed with me because of what he said. And how Says something about Biden then and now our colleague Scott Jetro was in the room in 2016 and is with us now. I Scott. Good morning. Let's hear the start of that speech. Thank.

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"security council" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"security council" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"That the U. N Security Council Friday, resoundingly defeating a U. S resolution to indefinitely extend you an arms embargo on Iran. You're listening to ABC News. Now, here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's News, 93.1 KFBK with triple digit temperatures forecast for the next week Across Sacramento County, Public health officials are opening number of cooling centers in the region. They're required to open the center's when temperatures reach one of five degrees three days in a row. Current forecast anticipate at least six continuous days of such readings, a California congressman is pushing to create a new counsel from when President Donald Trump is no longer in the White House Yesterday, representative Eric Swallow called for a presidential crimes commission to investigate trump after he leaves office. California authorities are searching for a man they believe started a wildfire near Los Angeles. The ranch to fire has destroyed over 2000 acres near a Sousa east of Los Angeles. The wildfires currently only 3% contained, authorities believed was started Thursday afternoon by 36 year old Osmond Palencia. Police say Palencia is a transient as believed to be violent. I'm Ro Avalon. Sacramento traffic taking a look at kfbk tropical certain things up on City Street to the north Sacramento area on South On what Avenue After Whitney. We're getting word of a pedestrian in the roadway vehicles swerving to avoid hitting the person CHP crew is heading to the scene to go check that out. West found 80 after Madison Avenue that huge pile of boxes and tomatoes in the right shoulder. CHP crews at the scene to go clear that up, but it's still within the area and back over to the consummate offer up that footage Road off of south on 99 City crew's still there for Clinton those power lines that were on the roadway. Traffic on the tens every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. I'm Christine Sam. Right News 93.1 kfbk now. Sacramento weather. This guy clear it will be warm early this morning lows between 71 75 will have.

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"security council" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"security council" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Security Council were fired on Friday and been man was expected to resign back in July it coming up in July now the latest traffic and weather together right now an accident north bend road near Weighton and an accident has been cleared Harrison at Roberts now ladies forecast from the train heating and cooling weather center on news radio seven hundred W. L. W. snowing today break about an inch accumulation morning low of twenty six then our Saturday mainly over cast a high of thirty nine at night partly cloudy in a low down to twenty six on Sunday partly cloudy then evening rain a high of forty six from your severe weather station of nine first warning chief meteorologist Steve Raleigh news radio seven hundred W. L. W. raider right now showing a cloudy sky for most of the tristate scene a few snow showers in parts in northern Kentucky around Florence also the further north you going to bother county starting to see some snow shower activity around Summersville and Oxford and Riley our current temperature is twenty seven degrees a man is facing charges for allegedly exposing himself to a child it was a couple of weeks ago when love when police say a guy drove into a parking lot and west love one Avenue that guy according to police was branded mine toil and he allegedly exposed himself to a young girl mon toy surrendered this past Thursday love when police cracked the case by comparing a video of the suspect's car that a neighbor provided to a picture of a car from a twenty sixteen cold case level and police are asking anybody with information on this incident or any similar ones to call them I'm Matt Rees newsradio seven hundred WLW other Kentucky university has announced a federal grant program to continue addressing the opioid epidemic in rural Kentucky the university received seven hundred fifty thousand dollars from the bureau of justice assistance the centers for disease control and prevention the state justice institute in the institute for intergovernmental research to help produce opiate overdose is for those who come in contact with law enforcement or are involved in the criminal justice system the grants will support owning Carroll counties through a six month plan to planning an eighteen month implement implementation phase radio seven hundred W. L. W. sports college football the Detroit Free Press reports at Michigan state plans the interview to candidates for its open the head football coaching job this weekend one of them is considered the front runner Cincinnati Bearcats coach Luke Fickell Reds update Reds cactus league opener two weeks from today I go up against the Cleveland Indians Reds pitchers and catchers report next Thursday to good year Arizona hockey last night ECHL Toledo got by the cyclones in overtime three to two NHL Columbus blanks Detroit to nothing bill Denison seven hundred WLW sports for more news listen to the daily died the big news stories explain not shouted listen to the deadly dive each day in the I heart radio apple or wherever you get your favorite podcasts our next update is two o'clock I'm Sean Gallagher newsradio seven hundred WLW get nature stone and never replace your garage flooring again your concrete is crap needed and not see probably coatings don't last or slippery and give worthless warranties nature's don't permanently correct cracked on even tax free eliminates slipping hazard.

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04:00 min | 2 years ago

"security council" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The National Security Council was being kind of kept out of the loop she said she realized that someone actually did have the the sign off of all the senior officials acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney secretary of state Mike Pompeii with the president himself were all tuned into what's on what was doing let's listen to that it struck me one yesterday when you put up on the screen ambassador someone's emails on who was all these emails and he said these that people need to know that he was absolutely right because he was being involved in a domestic political errant and we were being involved in national security foreign policy on those two things that just a first and therefore so what is the consequence of that why is that important well these are these are the two channels you have the irregular channel which is a domestic political Erin for the president which is pursuing the president's own personal political interests where is the regular channel the channel that doctor hill was working with that was pursuing US national interest in that's where you get this diversion it does a good speed to part of the Republican argument though is that they have said well the president can an active farm policy anyway he sees fit and your help me the point where she said sure he can but all the people entrusted with an acting that foreign policy had no one yeah we're at that what was going on so the primary reason David Holmes was called to testify was because he over heard this now famous phone call between Gordon song one of the E. U. ambassador and president trump so let's listen to his actual description of that phone call in his testimony today this was a very distinctive experience in my I've seen him standing like this my foreign service career of someone at a lunch in a restaurant making a call on a cell phone to the present mistakes be able to hear his voice three distinct personalities you know seen on television very colorful language was used they were directly addressing something that I had been wondering about working on for weeks and even months a topic that has led to the recall of my former boss the former ambassador so with so much talk during these hearings of hearsay this is the person who actually heard the president's voice heard the president's words heard the conversation what is this add to our understanding of the narrative will it undermine one of the core defenses on it from the White House and from Republicans in that no one could get inside the president's head you're inferring what he was trying to do with these things and David Holmes is the only person who testified that he heard the president directly ask for these investigations now we did hear Republicans pushed back against homes on this saying that well you're saying that you overheard a conversation you do you weren't on the phone directly it was not on speaker phone and we have to trust your recollection of this that's how they try to push back and let's listen to part of the Republican push back here which generally is nothing actually happens the aid to Ukraine ultimately got through the the interview on CNN never happened this is the top Republican on the committee Devin newness of California Democrats have tried to solve this dilemma with a simple slogan he got caught president trump we are to believe was just about to do something wrong and getting caught was the only reason he backed down from whatever nefarious fought crime the Democrats are accusing him of almost two committee so you've talked to a lot of Republicans on the hill have they found this to be an effective argument I think it's the best argument they can land on at the end of all of this testimony because they have a point the investigations did never were never launch the aid was released and the president did meet with presidents Lynskey although it was in New York it was not in the oval office as as he requested in that meeting still is not happen but that is the defense that Republicans are going to continue to use is that you can't impeach someone for actions that never took place I want to and with two short clips the first from a Republican than from a Democrat let's first listen to Jim Jordan who was brought in just to support the president in these hearings speaking outside of the chamber get.

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"security council" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

WRIR.org 97.3FM

16:06 min | 2 years ago

"security council" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

"And Eurasia on the National Security Council we're gonna take a brief station break and we're back discussing the coincidence that the director of national intelligence Dan coats and these deputies so golden were fired by trump three days after his infamous phone call with Ukraine's president. welcome back I media monsters in this is background briefing available twenty four seven a background briefing dot org and joining us now is Katrina Mulligan who is the managing director for national security and international policy at the center for American progress she previously served as an attorney advised and directed for preparedness and response in the national security division of the US department of justice where she represented the department on a wide range of dash good counsel policy committees and prior to joining the founder justice Mulligan said on the Nash could counsel staff is the director for disclosure response which you develop strategy and policy in response to unauthorized disclosures of classified information she also said in several roles within the office of the director of national intelligence including as associate director for strategic communications initiative special adviser for detainee affairs and chief of the mission management group welcome to background briefing Katrina morality here well thank you and your resume indicate you've been at the heart of pretty much everything's exploding in the headlines as we speak the trainer but when you talk about dealing with an authorized lakes and director full disclosure response did you ever think that it would be the president of the United States who would be guilty of unauthorized leaks. well no I mean I work for a very different president when we were when we were doing that work you know I I do think that it's important to draw on and pretty significant distinction between the activities of the whistleblower here who is not leaking classified information but instead of going through quite meticulously I might add that that's designed to prevent leaks of classified information and distinguished back from what we saw for example with with the unauthorized disclosures by Edward Snowden who went to the crash and didn't follow the legal process that and laid out now I do think that there are some concerns about the way the the workable our process had unfolded in that case but a lot of that stems from the fact that as you point out nobody expected including the doctors at those rule that that be wrong do you are in that would be being expelled by a whistleblower would in fact be depressing United state. in the process of the particles and whistleblowers followed in this particular whistleblower did follow those particles because they were they were stymied by the DOJ in the day and night with the acting the and I but the point is I guess that if you didn't have that process and if if people inside the government who witness wrongdoing didn't have that Avenue they were there for a leak to the press. well aid exactly and I think one of the questions that a lot of people in Washington are rating right now in the wake of how this is unfolded is that how that set a very good example for future whistleblowers I mean in this heat you have somebody who did absolutely everything right to deny and the acting the United patrimony this week confirmed that that this person is followed every wool every step of the way and still came up against you know pretty formidable odds in getting this information to the Congress and and ultimately to the American public but but again the reason that that's the case then the reason that the DOJ and the B. and I were so flummoxed by what you do here because the the world were written. with the assumption that has turned out not to be the case that the president of the United States would never be a bad actor in this case the president the bad actor and nobody quite knows what to do about it. well you can add to that list of bad actors the Attorney General of the United States. at least it looks that way. absolutely the Attorney General I mean there are actually quite a long list at this point and of individuals and officials within the US government who have a lot of explaining to do the Attorney General obviously is at the top of that list but I would throw out a few others in the neck I think that secretary palm pale had been explaining to do Walker who resigned Jeff yesterday had some explaining to do I think the senior director for intelligence programs inside and the National Security Council staff who oversees the classified extends into which the call transcripts and were improperly house had some explaining to do so I mean the list goes on. and again I'm speaking with Christian American and managing director for national security and international policy at the center for American progress you preview said as an attorney advisor director for preparedness and response at the national security division of the US department of justice and prior to that said on the National Security Council staff and director full disclosure response which you develop strategies and policies in response to unauthorized disclosures of classified information so speaking of which back in at twenty seventeen not too far into his tenure president Donald Trump told Russia's foreign minister Sergey Lavrov and the Russian ambassador in Kissimmee act that he thought that Russia's interference in the twenty sixteen election was unimportant and everybody does it and he also in the course of that conversation which by the way no the members of the American press we'll give an access only the Russian press that's the only way we know about basically except from apparently somebody that was and I take it that that he also gave away very very highly sensitive and intelligence information about isis that put in jeopardy an Israeli intelligence asset so that was pretty extraordinary. so what was your what what's your sense of what happened to the staff here when they saw this in the particular with pride of that of course he had that angry phone call with the Australian prime minister who is essentially an ally and so there are two issues here one. I guess the stuff figured well if the word gets out that every well later that trump talk to gets attacked in. and yelled at nobody's gonna want to talk to him its owner was do you think they were acting in order to put all of this material on the secret seven were they doing this to protect from from himself or were they actively involved in a cover up. I don't think that those two things are mutually exclusive and I think as we you know and pack what happened here I think what we're going to find it there are more than one motivation for certain things that makes them no lack wrong so what you have here if you have a president who behaves in ways that are in there thank you himself when when it gets in the public domain the way that he talked to people the things that he said it and parenting to him the American people that people work for him so on the one hand you might say well it's natural that he's trying to limit the distribution of these these types of calls because they either American or their sensitive about on the other hand the people the process is there a place the routine practices for handling presidential level phone calls with foreign leaders already incredibly thick here date you know in the Obama administration I can hardly remember an example and the type of you know call their transcripts being improperly leader disclosed it just didn't happen they're handled on you know already classified systems they're you know they're already limited distribution with extraordinary here is that the people who he is trying to you know the president and his advisers are trying to protect his information from are the people who worked at the White House who have a reason to to have access to these calls in the course of their duties they're trying to do limit the distribution. to the people who are authorized to have that information which is truly extraordinary and it really does yeah this wasn't about preventing leaks in preventing it from getting out the public domain it would actually to prevent people who are not the political operators in the White House but the but the career civil servant from seeing just how corrupt the president's activities were and and impact blowing the whistle. well I think the bigger picture here is of course and I've often argued that if you could get a camera into the oval office and film trump and the way he is this incredibly insecure ammeter Adam is death come flying about just usually in a screaming and ranting nobody around nobody much likes working for him but the people who voted for him who absolutely almost like a cold you can't break that spell but my sense is if you can actually get a camera in there and lets the the people who voted for him understand what they've done I mean that that seems to be the heart of this thing is that we keep **** footing around the fact that we have this. reckless ignorant dangerous and disgraceful person in the oval office in I guess we've sort of crossed the Rubicon intensive impeachment bed too do you think at the end of the day. papal letter witnessed this amateurism well I mean it seems like at least one person of conscience the whistle blower had had enough. you know. I are you from I hesitate and the reason I hesitate is actually because I've been tremendously disappointed as the last sort of seventy two hours of the folder that we haven't seen more resignation and more condemnation and more whistleblowers conform forward I would have expected that we would see more about by now now that's not the day that as as back in circumstances and pull that you are going to start to see that as that I think that we need all grace ourselves that next week could prove more shocking and and under games and then lastly wise but but I think one of the big questions that I'm gonna continue to have it why so many men and women allowed themselves to be part of that for as long as they do so that's that's a serious question but your other point to press the United States has basically home being called his his public service responsibilities and his private interest in in in in in a couple ways he's done that in ways that have already been in the public domain for example bringing it you know his his under qualified friends and family members and installing them as White House operator I'm clear mandate but he's done not now we know in private lately is that are you know known to the public yet and I have no question in my mind that if the present United stated is openly campaign for foreign governments to interfere in our Alexian and is is withholding you know federally appropriated find it for you know in order to put additional pressure on foreign leaders did you to take a kind of action that there's more that we don't know and I want to know what's in there the transcripts of is called with Saudi Arabia with leaders with with. and I and I suspect that what we'll find is even more wrong doing even more learning of the line between his role in the public trust and his role as as a candidate for office. well even what's been released down that was released by the White House in the transcript of the phone call with presents a landscape view crane which of course is started this latest scandal it does seem to be an incomplete transcript so it wasn't a half hour conversation and I'm told that he also in that conversation among other things that have been redacted or with held in carriages a landscape to make this dreadful deal that with the with Putin this presence what with the cranes had to hand over one of the Russians involved in the shoot down of the Malaysian airline in which they still she didn't want to do but that was sort of in house sold him as a pre condition for getting any cooperation from America but at some point or other maybe do you think we'll get into that server will get into there's there's notes because obviously there's series executive. which they had been on the other hand the questions and you just erased you know the conversation that trump had within the ash shortly after the crash again madam who had to be incriminating holds likely to be incriminating and all of his conversations with potent might well be incriminating so will that damn ever be breached. well I certainly hope so as a as a where myself I would I would argue that the executive privilege doesn't stand kit to covering up crime certainly you know it's there to protect information that is in the routine course and as you know professional do need this this administration has stretched it beyond all recognition but I think even they will have a hard time arguing that they can hide behind executive privilege in order to prevent the disclosure and clearly criminal activity so what I think we're gonna end up with here is I think I think that the the house has a real responsibility to to reach as far as they possibly can in in try to get this information but one of the most important actors in the federal government he's gonna have the most to say about whether you know that that ultimately occurred or not is actually in a be denied and whether that remain acting United on the wire or whoever is installed and this Congress have to be absolutely and dedicated to ensuring that is somebody with experience and integrity. so let's focus in on the day and I just in the last few minutes him and in in particular on how Jeff three days after the phone conversation between trump and the landscape that's we now have gotten a partial transcript of trump's find Dan coats on the twenty eighth of July and he also insisted that the.

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KLIF 570 AM

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"security council" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Nations Security council resolutions, President Trump, he, he did not go so far in his initial assessment, Arkansas governor declared a state of emergency as the flood swollen. Arkansas' river was scheduled to reach record levels. National weather service hydrologist predict the river will crest Sunday near the state's border with Oklahoma in nineteen feet over flood stage. I'm Barbara Kusak. Ranger station. Ranger speaking. I'd like to report a bear hug. Okay. Well before I left my campsite, I was putting out my fire and I'd nowhere, smokey bear showed up and hugged me. So you drowned the fire you stirred it, drowned it again and felt that it was cold. Oh, yeah. He likes it. When people correctly, put out their campfires. He's bready bag on wildfire prevention as just letting you know, you did good with a hug hugger. I just got a bear hug from smokey bear status update. All right. I'm gonna let to go. Now I've got a lot of rancher stuff to do. There are many ways to start a fire. But one sure way to put it out. Learn how you can do your part at smokeybear dot com. Only you can prevent wildfires. Sponsored by the US forest service, Ad Council, and your it started when he lost his job, then rejection turned into mood swings. And he sunk into a place you couldn't reach he threatened ending it all. And you didn't know how to help but there is one thing you can do remove the gun for now. Eighty five percent of suicide attempts with a gun or fatal, but without a gun less than five percent of suicide. Attempts are deadly. A red flag order contemporary. Prevent access to the most lethal form of suicide until the crisis passes. To learn more, visit one thing to do dot org. Paid for by everytown for gun safety support fund. Do you sell stuff online, then you know what? A pain shipping can be. It's time consuming. It's expensive. It's a hassle until now. Introducing shift station, the fastest easiest and most affordable way to get your products to your customers, whether you sell stuff on Amazon SE, Chiappa fi, or your own website with shift station. You can quickly ship, all orders from one easy to use dashboard, saving you a ton of time. There's even an easy to use mobile app, so you always have access plus you'll save money with ship stations, deeply discounted rates from all the top carriers like USPS UPS that X in more, you can always choose the best carrier at the lowest rate for every package. It's no wonder ship station is rated number one by online sellers in right now. You can try ship station free for sixty days. That's right, free. Just go to shift station dot com and enter promo code talk. We guarantee ship station will make getting orders to your customers.

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"security council" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

Zero Blog Thirty

04:59 min | 3 years ago

"security council" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

"Com slash jazz. Let's start the show. Lots of military news in this week. Our news that really affects the military with the D H S secretary step down her understood second down, we still don't have a secretary defense. This is the longest that. We haven't had a secretary of defense than actual Senate confirmed secretary of defense since that position was established. I think today actually reporting early marks one hundred days without a Senate confirmed nomination as the department of defense. No DHS secretary active while we have a national emergency declared things are running amok all of us. That's that's kinda crazy when you consider all the things that are going on around the world, the fact that we just don't have that secretary either the secretaries in place is really just mind blowing. I just do you think that's on the docket every day or they just keep pushing down the list like either intentional. Honestly, I think it's an intentional thing that they're not doing. So they don't have to get somebody Senate confirmed or using loopholes and they fired the head of the secret service to saw. That all three months, but something is a foot Chem trails, and I want to also mention the Iranian guard. I love the fact that whenever we said that they were a terrorist organization. They're like, no your Terence's organization. I I just think that every if you're conflicting military might across the world just declare everybody a terrorist organization. I mean, it's one way around it. I love that internationally. No, you are is the thing. Yeah. The old rubber glue of. From sixteen to Iran pizzas. In one thing though. I mentioned this on hard factor show out was on there. They name their national Security Council's are just the national Security Council. You wanna know what? Theirs is what is it? Tell me the supreme national Security Council. We have no adjectives at all in ours. It's just a straight up. Now. I feel like that makes there's better than ours because we just have a regular on like, no, no where the supreme national Security Council in. We say you guys are the terrorists. Like, it makes me look in the mirror might sock. We got she prima such good adjective to it is we shouldn't you know, we should name our national Security Council the metal limit national Security Council. Great that would work. I kicked supreme out of the mine out of there. You know, what like how are we not the the four of us? How are we not a think tank in Washington yet? I think mostly because we're not that smart. Speak for yourself out. The president to supreme leader. Yikes. Right. Let's. To the actual topics. Koreans earplug thirty to top producer, the producer of our soon. Coming militia casts that we're going to have right? The AARP's gear. Yeah. They are fifteenth. Still a great name American radio. Fifteen minutes. Out there. The topics right themselves. I wish I would have joked around a little bit more when I name this one zero blog thirty with Zad even mean. I will say, you know, I I love I love this the show. I love you guys. But whenever I tell people that name though, like wait what no one ever really gets it. I think people get it. Come on guys come on team camman bug thirty eight. I should know what Kate name. That's for. Sure. All right. Let's go with round number one. Kate. You wanna introduce us to what's going on with that? Aloha there guys. I'll make the story quicks we touched on army last week. But this week yet another print is having a weird sexual awareness month, a sexual assault awareness month. Maybe always has a weird sexual this month sexual assault pays different story that head of navy sexual assault prevention programs had family vacations to Hawaii covered by the government. Even though she only worked at total of eight hours there Joe so Bill the government for personal travel to New Orleans Japan New York Spain you've little her staff and retired abruptly after investigators demanded answers, according findings from the Pentagon, Jill Loftus, the former head of maybe sexual assault prevention and response denied the allegations saying she had engaged in oversight activities on her trips and worked hundreds of hours on top of normal workweek, the best part in one of the things,.

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"security council" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

10:48 min | 3 years ago

"security council" Discussed on 710 WOR

"When there's a Philip just a heads up on that the president is invited. I I will be kind and say congressional leaders to witness a presentation and why we need a border. I admire the fact that the president's is sharing with them the facts and the figures and some of the things that were not supposed to discuss for instance, that sick people are coming across our border. Of course, they are. They're their societies have been ruined better. Same sort of politics that far too many of these folks unknowingly bringing here and the Justice contagious as a disease, and look I can understand it. Right. You're sick. Your kids are sick the dying. You don't think there's anywhere else ago? And they're being of course, merchandised that population of people is being merchandised by folks who used them with the Rahm Emanuel theory of life, never let a good crisis go to waste. So the president is presenting and has now released to the public, and we've got our hands on this a document that shows the humanitarian crisis as the as administration has put it the crisis of criminals in drug gangs coming into our country, and it is a crisis. The crisis of. Cetera. I think people come in who are not here to chase the American dream. And I said chase purposely to pursue life. Liberty and happiness some Faxon. This are just vital to understand, particularly as you talk with leftists. We are about five percent of the world's population. We have taken in roughly twenty percent of the world's otherwise displaced people. So in that regard. We are already the fullest lifeboat by some measures until Europe open, the spigot, and and Hellum Merckel decided that all of you would be open hunting ground for anybody who wanted to come in. In other words, we've done our job that doesn't even count the foreign aid not official official foreign aid. That is your money you give from your heart to cause outside the country to official monies that afloat outside our country and often is we'll get into in this hour often end up in the hands of terrorists. There's a huge problem. And this is starting to surface. In terms of humanitarian aid that money ending up in the hands of terrorists. I mentioned miracle, and I mentioned her purposely because we face this very stark choice. I describe us as being appoint I started saying this about four years ago that we are at a point of cold civil war that we are in a cult civil war for the meaning of the country and the stark choice. That is presented is a good way to describe. This is what Angela Merkel wants to do. Now. Do you remember when the EU began do you? Remember, the promises of what was going to be? It wasn't going to be a nation. State was just going to be away that it'd be easier to travel ends you'd be unencumbered travelling around, and no will align our currencies, etc. Now, Germany is pressuring the United Nations to give the EU a seat on the Security Council. That's the portion of the UN that can veto anything. She tried to get France. She went to France and said, hey, give up your. One of six permanent seats on the Security Council. UN Security Council, and and give it to the EU. And the French said, I don't know how to say it in French, but basically called her an M blinker. Well, that's all the rage now. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That's what language all the Democrats are bringing that strong Rashida to leap said that to her young son that she's going to go to DC, and she's going to impeach the am blinker. Right. So that's all the rage. This stark choice is this the e u. Started as a financial relationship. And now it has metastasized into a nation state that is telling other nation states. Here's how many people you will take in. It reached the the the pinpoints of absurdity when the EU from Brussels. This is this is not a joke. This is a real thing. The EU in Brussels said to people living in England. You're toast is to toasty in your tea is too hot. Now, you know, you don't talk to the English have been about their tea or the temperature thereof. It is those things that I describe as the euro, the turtle moment you remember, the Dr Seuss book, your to the turtle the lead. Turtle wants to have a great big view. So we stacks turtles underneath them. And then suddenly a turtle coughs in the whole thing collapses that t- thing was a cough. That's the choice. We're we're faced with is. Do we wanna stack up a bunch of urinals, the turtles on top of us until we can't breathe? Do we want expansive government like that? Because you look at Pelosi. She took over yesterday a day after Mitt Romney decided to preempt her taking over the congress as speaker of the house to preempt her with his rather self serving statements where I describe it now is the Hillary Clinton of our movement or of of of of the Republican side. I shouldn't say the conservative movement because he's not a conservative or I've also described him as a Mino not a rhino that would be containing Republican. But omit only right. And I think there's two mitt Romney's. There's the price. World Mitt Romney. And then the public world Mitt Romney who simply wants to be seen as the world's saver Pelosi was asked whether she considers herself equal in power to the president. Does. She said, yes. Yep. Well, what gives you that power? She said, it's the constitution the constitution. She proclaims gives me Nancy Pelosi. Power equal to that of the president United States. This is what we are faced with a woman who thinks that having been elected by her party, the Democrats to be the titular head of the congress in terms of vote, counting, etc. And they have created such parliamentary rules parliamentary rules that give her way way way too much power. All speakers of the house have way too much power parliamentary ISM, she equates that with being in of herself a co equal branch the president has that power because he runs the executive. He is the executive Nancy Pelosi is a functionary. She's one vote a five hundred and thirty five in congress. Yes, she has outsized power because they have built up this parliamentary procedure. So again, you look at what they've done in congress. And just look at how they want to apply that to the country all the bison teen labyrinthine rules to get things done this stark choice that we face and Mitt Romney wants to cast his fortune on the side of people. He thinks are the reasonable ones. You can speak unreasonably envy reasonable. I knew a guy where I grew up in Spokane. He had a just a fantastic unfathomably potty mouthed wave speaking. I say fantastic. It's as a little kid, and they found it astonishing that someone could string together words like that. Like, the the Christmas movie with the the neighbor, you know, with the creative curse words, but his intellect was so profound and people often mistook him. I remember seeing him go to a car lot. Once he decided he wanted to buy himself a new Cadillac you want to do a car LA. And here he comes potty mouth and not particularly clean looking wins. Couldn't get a salesperson to come on the floor. So what across the street bought a car for cash and drove over and showed it to him. Hey, here's the guy you missed. Mitt Romney wants to cast his cast himself in the role of the savior of the more of politeness as I see it because I think in his heart. He wants to be that guy. But the stark this the choices so stark liberty another choice stark as government expands all off the EU cannot possibly do things. Well, and it is not the point to do it. Well. The more government does the less can do. Well, let me give you an example. This is older news. But the details are stunning. The Broward County sheriff you've got what happened in parkland, Florida. There is a piece that I've been reading and really reading from the sun sentinel in it is a minute by minute calculation. Of what happened during the massacre a minute by minute accounting. It goes through the number of adults who failed to report the fact that the shooter was on campus, and they knew him as the crazy one three or four people. They go through the detail of Scott Peterson deciding to hide instead of confront the shooter. But here's the shocking statistic to me, and it is it's a time stamp to nineteen fifty four PM the first time as security, I mean, someone trusted with security and unarmed baseball coach saw nNcholas cruise the shooter begin to enter the campus. It's to nineteen the first code red. That is to lock down the campus came at two twenty four fifteen minutes into the assault. Came the alarm halfway through the shooting. Now, this is all the way down from big government. Why do I say that because the president, and he should get enormous credit for this, and he will here, but not in the mainstream media it took President Trump to rescind a dear colleagues letter that the Obama team in Eric Holder had written to high schools and colleges but mostly high school saying June, not put criminally bent young people into the Justice system. If you put them into the Justice system, we may sue you because we consider it racism disparate impact. If a race disparately impacted in other words, the impact is not equal that equals racism, even if you can't prove it's there. Now, if you failed to put a nNcholas crews into the Justice system will give you money the stark choice is this an ever expanding and ever more tyrannical and at the same time inept government or one that streamlined and. Mitt Romney's focus. Well, you know, what it is? It's taught hermit filling in for Rush Limbaugh on the network. I saw John Solomon. Or the interview in the Limbaugh letter. He thinks that most of the evidence indicts the Clintons indicts, call me FBI, and that the great untold story here is how the real criminal behavior has been ignoring covered this explosive interview in the January Limbaugh letter get it now at Rush Limbaugh dot com. You're listening to the network..

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"security council" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

10:09 min | 3 years ago

"security council" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Sharing with them the facts and the figures and some of the things that we're not supposed to discuss for instance, that sick people are coming across our border. Of course, they are. They're their societies have been ruined by the same sort of politics that far too many of these folks unknowingly bringing here and the Justice contagious as a disease, and look I can understand it. Right. You're sick. Your kids are sick die. And you don't think there's anywhere else to go. And they are being of course, merchandised population of people is being merchandised by folks who used them with the Rahm Emanuel theory of life. Never let a good crisis go to waste. So the president is presenting and has now released to the public, and we've got our hands on this a document that shows the humanitarian crisis as as administration has put it the crisis of criminals in drug gangs coming into our country, and it is a crisis. The crisis of. E cetera. Think people come in who are not here to chase the American dream. And I said chase purposely to pursue life. Liberty and happiness some Faxon. This are just vital to understand, particularly as you talk with leftists. We are about five percent of the world's population. We have taken in roughly twenty percent of the world's otherwise displaced people. So in that regard. We are already the fullest lifeboat by some measures until Europe open, the spigot, and and Hullah Merkel decided that all of you would be open hunting ground for anybody who wanted to come in. In other words, we've done our job that doesn't even count the foreign aid non-official an official foreign aid. That is your money you give from your heart to cause is outside the country to official money's it afloat outside our country and often as we'll get into in this hour often end up in the hands of terrorists. There's a huge problem. And this is starting to surface. In terms of humanitarian aid that money ending up in the hands of terrorists. And I mentioned miracle, and I mentioned her purposely because we face this very stark choice. I describe us as being a point. I started saying this about four years ago. That we are at a point of cold civil war that we are in a cult civil war for the meaning of the country and the stark choice. That is presented is a good way to describe. This is Angela Merkel wants to do now Jim remember when the EU began do you? Remember, the promises of what was going to be? It wasn't going to be a nation. State was just going to be away that it'd be easier to travel, and you'd be unencumbered travelling around, and no will align our currencies, etc. Now, Germany is pressuring the United Nations to give the EU a seat on the Security Council. That's the portion of the UN that can veto anything. She tried to get France. She went to France and said, hey, give up your one of six permanent seats on the Security Council. UN Security Council, and and give to the EU. And the French said, I don't know how to say it in French, but basically called her an M blinker. Well, that's all the rage now. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. That's. Sorta language all the Democrats are bringing that strong Rashida to leap said that to her young son that she's going to go to DC, and she's going to impeach the am blinker. Right. So that's all the rage. This stark choice is this the EU started as a financial relationship. And now it has metastasized into a nation state. That is telling other nations states. Here's how many people you will take in. It reached the the the pinpoints of absurdity when the EU from Brussels. This is this is not a joke. This is for real thing. The EU in Brussels said to people living in England. You're toast is to toasty in your tea is too hot. Now, you don't talk to the English been about their tea or the temperature thereof. It is those things that I describe as the euro, the turtle moment you remember, the Dr Seuss book, your to the turtle the lead. Turtle wants to have a great big view. So we stacks turtles underneath suddenly, a turtle coughs in the whole thing collapses that t- thing was a cough. That's the choice were we're faced with is. Do we wanna stack up a bunch of urinals, the turtles on top of us until we can't breathe? Do we want expansive government like that? Because you look at Pelosi. She took over yesterday a day after Mitt Romney decided to preempt her taking over the congress as speaker of the house to preempt her with his rather self serving statements where I described mitt now is the Hillary Clinton of our movement or of of of the Republican side. I shouldn't say the conservative movement because he's not a conservative or I've also described him as a Mino not a rhino. That would be. Containing republican. But omit only right. And I think there's two mitt Romney's. There's the private world Mitt Romney. And then the public world Mitt Romney who simply wants to be seen as the world's saver Pelosi was asked whether she considers herself equal in power to the president. She said, yes. Yep. What what gives you that power? She said, it's the constitution the constitution. She proclaims gives me Nancy Pelosi. Power equal to that of the president United States. This is what we are faced with a woman who thinks that having been elected by her party, the Democrats to be the titular head of the congress in terms of vote, counting, etc. And they've created sits parliamentary rules parliamentary rules that give her way way way too much power. All speakers of the house have way too much power parliamentary ISM, she equates that with being in an of herself a co equal branch the president has that power because he runs the executive. He is the executive Nancy Pelosi is a functionary. She's one vote a five hundred and thirty five in congress. Yes, she has outside power because they have built up this parliamentary procedure. So again, you look at what they've done in congress. And just look at how they want to apply that to the country all the bison teen labyrinthine rules to get things done. This is this stark choice that we face and Mitt Romney wants to cast his fortune on the side of people. He thinks are the reasonable ones. You can speak unreasonably envy reasonable. I knew a guy where I grew up in Spokane. He had a just a fantastic on fathom potty mouthed way of speaking. I say fantastic. It's I was a little kid, and they found it astonishing that someone could string together words like that. Like, the the Christmas movie with the neighbor, you know, with the creative curse words, but his intellect was so profound and people often miss took him. I remember seeing him go to a car lot. Once he decided he wanted to buy a new Cadillac, see one or do a car lot. And here he comes potty mouth and not particularly clean looking wins. Couldn't get a salesperson to come on the floor. So what across the street bought a car for cash and drove over and showed it to him. Hey, here's a guy you missed. Mitt Romney wants to cast his cast himself in the role of the savior of the more of politeness as I see it because I think in his heart. He wants to be that guy. But the stark this the choices. So stark, naked another choice stark as government expands all law, the EU it cannot possibly do things. Well, and it is not the point to do it. Well. The more government does the less. It can do. Well, let me give you an example. This is older news. But the details are stunning. The Broward County sheriff you've got what happened in parkland, Florida. There is a piece that I've been reading and really reading from the sun sentinel in it is a minute by minute calculation of what happened during the massacre a minute by minute accounting. It goes through the number of adults who failed to report the fact that the shooter was on campus, and they knew him as the crazy one three or four people. They go through the detail of Scott Peterson deciding to hide instead of confront the shooter. But here's the shocking statistic to me, and it is it's a time stamp to nineteen fifty four PM the first time a security, I or someone trusted with security and unarmed baseball coach saw nNcholas cruise the shooter begin to enter the campus. It's two nineteen the first code red. That is. To lock down the campus came at two twenty four fifteen minutes into the assault came the alarm halfway through the shooting. Now, this is all the way down from big government. Why do I say that because the president, and he should get enormous credit for this, and he will here, but not in the mainstream media it took President Trump to rescind a dear colleagues letter that the Obama team in Eric Holder had written to high schools into colleges but mostly high school saying June, not put criminally bent young people into the Justice system. If you put them into the Justice system, we may sue you because we consider it racism disparate impact. If a race disparately impacted in other words, the impact is not equal that equals racism, even if you can't prove it's there now if you fail to put nNcholas crews into the Justice system will give you money the stark choice. Choice is this an ever expanding and ever more tyrannical and at the same time inept government or one that streamlined and mitt Romney's focus. Well, you know, what it is? It's taught hermit filling in for Rush Limbaugh on the IB network. I spoke with John Solomon or the interview.

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"security council" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

10:09 min | 3 years ago

"security council" Discussed on KTOK

"Sharing with them the facts and the figures and some of the things that we're not supposed to discuss for instance, that sick people are coming across our border. Of course, they are. They're their societies have been ruined better. Same sort of politics that far too many of these folks unknowingly are bringing here and the Justice contagious as the disease, and look I can't understand it. Right. You're sick. Your kids are sick the dying. You don't think there's anywhere else to go. And they are being of course, merchandised that population of people is being merchandised by folks who use them with the Rahm Emanuel theory of life. Never let a good crisis go to waste. So the president is presenting and has now released to the public, and we've got our hands on this a document that shows the humanitarian crisis as the as administration has put it the crisis of criminals in drug gangs coming into our country, and it is a crisis. The crisis of. Cetera. I think people come in who are not here to chase the American dream. And I said chase purposely to pursue life. Liberty and happiness some Faxon. This are just vital to understand, particularly as you talk with leftists. We are about five percent of the world's population. We have taken in roughly twenty percent of the world's otherwise displaced people gate. So in that regard. We are already the fullest lifeboat by some measures, tell Europe open, the spigot, and and Hellum miracle decided that all of e you would be open hunting ground for anybody who wanted to come in. In other words, we've done our job that doesn't even count the foreign aid not official an official foreign aid. That is your money. You re you give from your heart to cause outside the country to official. Money's it afloat outside our country and often as we'll get into in this hour, often end up in the hands of terrorists. There's a huge problem. And this is starting to surface. Terms of humanitarian aid that money ending up in the hands of terrorists. And I mentioned miracle, and I mentioned her purposely because we face a very stark choice. I describe us as being a point. I started saying this about four years ago. That we are at a point of cold civil war that we are in a cold civil war for the meaning of the country and the stark choice. That is presented is a good way to describe. This is what Angela Merkel wants to do. Now. Jim remember when the EU began, do you? Remember, the promises of what was going to be that wasn't going to be a nation. State was just going to be away that it'd be easier to travel ends you be unencumbered travelling around, and no will align our currencies, etc. Now, Germany is pressuring the United Nations to give the EU a seat on the Security Council. That's the portion of the UN that can veto anything. She tried to get France. She went to France and said, hey, give up your one of six permanent seats on the Security Council. UN Security Council, and and give it to the EU. And the French said, I don't know how to say it in French, but basically called her an M blinker. Well, that's all the rage now. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That sort of language all the Democrats are bringing that strong Rashida to leap said to her young son that she's going to go to DC, and she's gonna impeach the blinker. Right. So that's all the rage. This stark choice is this the EU started as a financial relationship. And now it has metastasized into a nation state that is telling other nation states. Here's how many people you will take in. It reached the the the pinpoint of absurdity, Wendy, you from Brussels. This is this is not a joke. This is a real thing. The EU in Brussels said to people living in England. You're toast is to toasty in your tea is too hot. Now, you know, you don't talk to the English been about their tea or the temperature thereof. It is those things that I describe as the euro, the turtle moment you remember, the Dr Seuss book, your to the turtle the lead. Turtle wants to have a great big view. So we stacks turtles underneath him. And then suddenly a turtle coughs in the whole thing collapses that t- thing was a cough. That's the the choice we're faced with do. We want to stack up a bunch of Urals the turtles on top of us until we can't breathe. Do we want expansive government like that? 'cause you look Pelosi. She took over yesterday a day after Mitt Romney decided to preempt her taking over the congress as speaker of the house to preempt her with his rather self-serving statement where I described mitt now is the Hillary Clinton of our movement, or of of of of the Republicans had I shouldn't say the conservative movement because he's not a conservative or I've also described them as a Mino not a rhino. That would be. Containing republican. But omit only right. And I think there's two mitt Romney's. There's the private world Mitt Romney. And then the public world Mitt Romney who simply wants to be seen as the world's saver Pelosi was asked whether she considers herself equal in power to the president. Does. She said, yes. Yep. What what gives you that power? She said, it's the constitution the constitution. She proclaims gives me Nancy Pelosi. Power equal to that of the president United States. This is what we are faced with a woman who thinks that having been elected by her party, the Democrats to be the titular head of the congress in terms of vote, counting, etc. And they have created such parliamentary rules parliamentary rules that give her way way way too much power. All speakers of the house have way too much power parliamentary ISM, she equates that with being in an of herself a co equal branch the president has that power because he runs the executive. He is the executive Nancy Pelosi is a functionary. She's one vote a five hundred and thirty five in congress. Yes, she has outside power because they have built up this parliamentary procedure. So again, you look at what they've done in congress. And just look at how they want to apply that to the country all the bison teen labyrinthine rules to get things done. This is this stark choice that we face and Mitt Romney wants to cast his fortune on the side of people. He thinks are the reasonable ones you can speak unreasonably NB reasonable. I knew a guy where I grew up in Spokane. He had a just a fantastic unfathomably potty mouthed wave speaking. I say fantastic. It's those little kid, and they found it astonishing that someone could string together words like that like the Christmas movie with the the the neighbor, you know, with the creative curse words, but his intellect was so profound and people often mistook him. I remember seeing him go to a car lot. Once he decided he wanted to buy himself a new Cadillac you want to do a car lot. And here he comes potty mouth, and and not particularly clean looking wins. Couldn't get a salesperson to come on the floor. So what across the street bought a car for cash and drove over and showed it to him. Hey, here's a guy you missed. Mitt Romney wants to cast his cast himself in the role of the savior of the more of politeness as I see it because I think in his heart. He wants to be that guy. But the stark this the choices. So stark, naked another choice stark as government expands all law, the EU cannot possibly do things. Well, and it is not the point to do it. Well. The more government does the less. It can do. Well, let me give you an example. This is older news. But the details are stunning. Give the Broward County sheriff you've got what happened in parkland, Florida. There is a piece that I've been reading and really reading from the sun sentinel in just a minute by minute calculation of what happened during the massacre a minute by minute accounting. It goes through the number of adults who failed to report the fact that the shooter was on campus, and they knew him as the crazy one three or four people. They go through the detail of Scott Peterson deciding to hide instead of confront the shooter. But here's the shocking statistic to me, and it is it's a time stamp to nineteen fifty four PM the first time a security person and someone trusted with security and unarmed baseball coach saw nNcholas cruise the shooter begin to enter the campus. It's two nineteen the first code red. That is to. Locked down the campus came at two twenty four fifteen minutes into the assault. Came the alarm halfway through the shooting. Now, this is all the way down from big government. Why do I say that because the president, and he should get enormous credit for this, and he will here, but not in the mainstream media it took President Trump to rescind a dear colleagues letter that the Obama team in Eric Holder had written to high schools into colleges but mostly high school saying June, not put criminally bent young people into the Justice system. If you put them into the Justice system, we may sue you because we consider it racism disparate impact. If a race disparately impacted in other words, the impact is not equal that equals racism, even if you can't prove it's there. Now, if you failed to put a nNcholas crews into the Justice system will give you money the stark choice is this an ever expanding and ever more tyrannical and at the same time inept government or one that streamlined and. Mitt Romney's focus. Well, you know, what it is Todd Herman filling in for Rush Limbaugh on the IB network talked John holliman or the interview.

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"Want to join you get even more sway when there's a Philip just a heads up on that the president is invited. I I will be kind and say congressional leaders to witness a presentation and why we need a Bill. I admire the fact that the president's is sharing with them the facts and the figures and some of the things that we're not supposed to discuss for instance, that sick people are coming across our border. Of course, they are. They're their societies have been ruined better. Same sort of politics that far too many of these folks unknowingly bringing here and the Justice contagious as the disease, and look I can understand it. Right. You're sick. Your kids are sick the dying. You don't think there's any worlds ago, and they are being of course, merchandised population and people is being merchandised by folks who used them with the Rahm Emanuel theory of life, never let a good crisis go to waste. So the president is presenting and has now released to the public, and we've got our hands on this a document that shows the humanitarian crisis as the as administration has put it the crisis of criminals in drug gangs coming into our country, and it is a crisis. The crisis of. Cetera. I think people come in who are not here to chase the American dream. And I said chase purposely to pursue life. Liberty and happiness some facts on this are just vital to understand, particularly as you talk with leftists. We are about five percent of the world's population. We have taken in roughly twenty percent of the world's otherwise displaced people. So in that regard. We are already the fullest lifeboat by some measures until Europe open, the spigot and An Marchal decided that all of EU would be open hunting ground for anybody who wanted to come in. In other words, we've done our job that doesn't even count the foreign aid non-official an official foreign aid. That is your money you give from your heart to cause outside the country to official. Money's it afloat outside our country and often as we'll get into in this hour, often end up in the hands of terrorists. There's a huge problem. And this is starting to surface. Terms of humanitarian aid that money ending up in the hands of terrorists. And I mentioned miracle, and I mentioned her purposely because we face a very stark choice. I describe us as being in a point. I started saying this about four years ago. That we are at a point of cold civil war that we are in a Colt civil war for the meaning of the country and the stark choice. That is presented is a good way to describe. This is what Angela Merkel wants to do. Now. Do you remember when the EU began do you? Remember, the promises of what was going to be that wasn't going to be a nation. State was just going to be a way that it'd be easier to travel ends you'd be unencumbered travelling around, and no will align our currencies, etc. Now, Germany is pressuring the United Nations to give the EU a seat on the Security Council. That's the portion of the UN that can veto anything. She tried to get France. She went to France and said, hey, give up your one of six permanent seats on the Security Council. UN Security Council and give it to the EU. And the French said, I don't know how to say it in French, but basically called her an M blinker. Well, that's all the rage now. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That sort of language all the Democrats are bringing that strong Rashida to leap said that to her young son that she's going to go to DC, and she's going to impeach the blinker. Right. So that's all the rage. This star choice is this the EU started as a financial relationship. And now it has metastasized into a nation state that is telling other nation states. Here's how many people you will take in. It reached the the pinpoint of absurdity when the EU from Brussels. This is this is not a joke. This is for real thing. The EU in Brussels said to people living in England. You're toast is to toasty in your tea is too hot. You know, you don't talk to the English been about their tea or the temperature thereof. It is those things that I describe as the euro, the turtle moment you remember, the Dr Seuss book, the turtle the lead. Turtle wants to have a great big view. So we stacks turtles underneath him. And then suddenly a turtle coughs. And the whole thing collapses that t- thing was a cough. That's the the the choice were we're faced with do. We want to stack up a bunch of urinals, the turtles on top of us until we can't breathe. Do we want expansive government like that? Because you look Pelosi. She took over yesterday a day after Mitt Romney decided to preempt her taking over the congress as speaker of the house to preempt her with his rather self serving statements where I describe it now is the Hillary Clinton of our movement, or of of of of the Republicans had I shouldn't say the conservative movement because he's not a conservative or I've also described them as a Mino not a rhino that would be containing Republican. But emit only right. And I think there's two mitt Romney's. There's the price. World Mitt Romney. And then the public world Mitt Romney who simply wants to be seen as the world safer. Pelosi was asked whether she considers herself equal in power to the president. She said, yes. Yep. What what gives you that power? She said, it's the constitution the constitution. She proclaims gives me Nancy Pelosi. Power equal to that of the president United States. This is what we are faced with a woman who thinks that having been elected by her party, the Democrats to be the titular head of the congress in terms of vote, counting, etc. And they've created sits parliamentary rules parliamentary rules that give her way way way too much power. All speakers of the house have way too much power parliamentary ISM, she equates that with being in an of herself a co equal branch the president has that power because he runs the executive. He is the executive Nancy Pelosi is a functionary. She's one vote a five hundred and thirty five in congress. Yes, she has outside power because they have built up this parliamentary procedure. So again, you look at what they've done in congress. And just look at how they want to apply that to the country all the bison teen labyrinthine rules to get things done. This is this stark choice that we face and Mitt Romney wants to cast his fortune on the side of people. He thinks are the reasonable ones you can speak unreasonably and be reasonable. I knew a guy where I grew up in Spokane. He had a just a fantastic unfathomably potty mouthed wave speaking. I say fantastic. It's was a little kid, and they found it astonishing that someone could string together words like that. Like, the the Christmas movie with the the the neighbor, you know, with the creative curse words, but his intellect was so profound and people often miss him. I remember seeing him go to a car lot. Once he decided he wanted to buy himself new Cadillac, see one or do a car lot. And here he comes potty mouth, and and not particularly clean looking wins. Couldn't get a salesperson to come on the floor. So what across the street bought a car for cash and drove over and showed it to him. Hey, here's the guy you missed. Mitt Romney wants to cast his vote cast himself in the role of the savior of the more of politeness as I see it because I think in his heart. He wants to be that guy. But the stark this the choices so stark liberty another choice stark as government expands all law, the EU it cannot possibly do things. Well, and it is not the point to do it. Well. The more government does the less. It can do. Well, let me give you an example. This is older news. But the details are stunning. Give the Broward County sheriff you've got what happened in parkland, Florida. There is a piece that I've been reading and really reading from the sun sentinel in it is a minute by minute calculation. Of of what happened during the massacre a minute by minute accounting. It goes through the number of adults who failed to report the fact that the shooter was on campus, and they knew him as the crazy one three or four people. They go through the detail of Scott Peterson deciding to hide instead of confront the shooter. But here's the shocking statistic to me, and it is it's a time stamp to nineteen fifty four PM the first time a security, I want someone trusted with security and unarmed baseball coach saw nNcholas cruise the shooter begins enter the campus. It's two nineteen the first code red. That is to lock down the campus came at two twenty four fifteen minutes into the assault. Came the alarm halfway through the shooting. Now, this is all the way down from big government. Why do I say that because the president, and he should get enormous credit for this, and he will here, but not in the mainstream media it took President Trump to rescind a dear colleagues letter that the Obama team in Eric Holder had written to high schools into colleges but mostly high school saying June, not put criminally bent young people into the Justice system. If you put them into the Justice system, we may sue you because we consider it racism disparate impact. If a race is disparately impacted in other words, the impact is not equal that equals racism, even if you can't prove it's there. Now, if you failed to put a nNcholas crews into the Justice system will give you money the stark choice is this an ever expanding an ever more tarantulas and at the same time in nets government or one that streamlined and. Mitt Romney's focus. Well, you know, what it is? It's taught hermit filling in for Rush Limbaugh on the IB network. John holliman or the interview in the Limbaugh letter. He thinks that most of the evidence indicts the Clintons indicts, call me in the FBI that the great untold story here is how the real criminal behavior has been ignoring covered this explosive interview in the January Limbaugh.

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