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"steven yates" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"steven yates" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Is it just just a limited protest unlimited US response just the name of the percussive sounds of of an incident or two or three the Iranians well the Iraqis back by the Iranians Muhammed aranea they back down they laughed way back now but most of them did that's what the reports that we see after the present decided to defend US territory the U. S. embassy as I told you the whole group is now asking for the Iraqi parliament to kick kick the United States forces completely out of Iraq so what next man there's so many branches potential places this could AB and flow your guess is as good as mine friend man I would that's one reason I am grateful Donald J. trump is at the helm can not Hillary Clinton really not anyone else this one one thing if you've been paying attention to what don tropics he don't want war he does not like sending letters to family members the moms and dads who lost their precious love ones over CD Hey he hates that he does want to limit US involvement overseas but it's getting really thorny really complicated see what Steven Yates has to say about this and just older you stick around I wanna hear from you as well you have to the president's response but I can tell you I because that powerful message from the president the beginning this is not gonna be another Benghazi there there was no six twelve twenty four hour delay.

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"steven yates" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"steven yates" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Were ever casts are available and now all of the news you would probably in this time for date as quick for I want goodness there so I've so many headlines here I'm actually okay with us trump announces restored terrace on Argentina and Brazil were actually to talk about this coming over Steven Yates and our third hour it was a very early morning tweaks I think he sleeps like thirty seconds every day he said that he's going to reinstate terrace on I'll you many of which is a British people say it did you know and steel imports from Argentina and Brazil prodding the federal reserve take measures to counter for NC foreign currency devaluation he wrote in a tweet Brazil and Argentina have been presiding over a massive devaluation of their currency is it's not good for our farmers therefore effective immediately I will restore the terrace on all the steel and aluminum the ship into the U. S. from those countries he said the federal reserve should likewise acts of the countries of which there are many no longer take advantage of our strong dollar by further devaluing their currencies moving on we have a lot here guns do save lives by the way a man who was attempting to rob a gas station on Houston's at west side according to ABC channel thirteen at while he was shot in that attempt that's kind of a consequent to be a criminal in trying to rob and threaten people Houston police responded to reports of an armed robbery the shell gas station in Houston a caller told police that he shot a robbery suspect in the defense it wasn't clear immediately whether or not the individual was an employee of the gas station or a customer the suspect was transported to memorial Hermann hospital in an unknown condition and well do you guys I did five totally I'd seriously forgot about this guy Montana governor Steve Pollack drops out of the presidential race yeah he was in it did you know that I am yeah three hundred plus truck beds were taken down by Google and YouTube sixty minutes in a report over the weekend found that over three hundred video ads for the president.

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"steven yates" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

10:58 min | 2 years ago

"steven yates" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Jackson heights and if you're heading for westbound route for watch because of construction in Englewood that's right by Grand Avenue and if you're heading south bound on the garden state parkway the doing some repair work by age one sixty on Long Island ally even within state seven state moving well I'm Steve Reggie talk radio seventy seven WABC. I'm John Batchelor good evening. Christopher Nixon **** my colleague can cause a friend and I are in Baku Azerbaijan. this is the shores of the Caspian Sea where it is now don on a beautiful September day Chris and I are here to attend an investment opportunity confab of CEOs and others interested in not only the energy development of the Caspian Sea which is a rich resource for Asia minor as well as Europe but also the diversification of those investment opportunities that's why of the meeting we will attend all day today when we leave the studio is of great interest we're also here to connect with the geo strategy of the south Caucasus that has been a troubled region since the end of the Soviet Union. there are events in the world however the Chris and I because we have our eye phones with this at all times a sleeper way are connected to there's the domestic news of Nancy Pelosi's decision to vouch safe and inquire a of impeachment very loaded language there is also the expectation of the October first event in Beijing. China the people's Republic of China the Communist Party will congratulate itself with military. display a peacock to splash knowing that there are troubles in Hong Kong knowing that their troubles and Xin Jiang and brutality of the weaker peoples Turkic peoples who are greatly in common historically with the people of Azerbaijan and the Caspian Sea knowing that the economy is a broken business model knowing that food security is absent I could continue but the man who helped me learn all these things is with me this evening I welcome Gordon Chang our colleague his in my studio in the ark of the daily beast garden of very good evening to you just because we have an opportunity just state one more time this October first event the seventieth marking of the founding of the people's Republic of China what do you expect the mood to be in Beijing that today of the people of China good evening to you good evening John is ironic but this is the people's Republic of China but during that seventieth anniversary celebration which will be a massive military parade there really will be no people watching it live they'll be of reviewing stand of notables but the people of the people's Republic are kept away from the parade site and that is an indication of how in secured China's leaders have been and will be on October first. we immediately got thanks to the guidance we got from the embassy of Azerbaijan in the United States and scholar dot com we immediately go to our colleague Steven Yates who has institutional memory because Stephen who is the CEO of DC I advisory now in Washington was with the bush Cheney administration yeah early in two thousand and one before the attack on New York and Washington and we spent the last nineteen years turning to the threats from the jihadists however you will recall there was an episode downing of an American surveillance craft navy and a an exchange of sharp words between the bush administration and Mister Cheney I was a spot as an outspoken are representative of American strain and the then Chinese administration Chinese government the Communist Party when she didn't pick was learning his lessons of provocation and non transparency Steve was all there so it's good to have Steve here now anticipating October first and Steve I ask one more turn of the screw here to integrate your thoughts about the president's presentation before the United Nations and how China is doing with the ambition of the trump administration and the trade deal good evening to stave. a good evening John well I thought that the president's remarks before the United Nations were some of his best most organized and effective communication yes for the world about what I think they have tried not to understand but now must start to start to understand of what he means by his America first policies rebalancing of alliances rebalancing of relationships with key competitors around the world of the focus on China was particularly effective the focus on a wrong with effective the language that he used to couch the challenge in Hong Kong about how the Chinese leadership choose to handle and resolve the issues with the people of Hong Kong will shape the way we perceive the kind of country trying to be coming in the role to play in the world it was it was fairly effective in terms of in terms of framing of what his strategy is and as we called it in a bursary though I think the key point is to recall that the eighth decade of the Soviet Union was not kind to that empire I suspect the advent of this a decade of this evil empire will be. Steven it's Chris **** here good to hear her voice tonight my question centers on Hong Kong and the protest we seen there of course their linkages between Hong Kong and Taiwan and how the Communist Party will handle that and of course that also implies the greater region going into the South China Sea and then some of the Pacific island chains of their also around China and we've seen some movement with some of those island nations in the South Pacific to move towards Taiwan maybe you could just talk a little bit about those linkages between Hong Kong and Taiwan in the greater region and China's strategy there. certainly well historically there's been not at close of a relationship as one might have imagined between their government people of Taiwan and the government people of Hong Kong Lincoln had a very different colonial experience in the British and so I I one had a colonial experience of the Japanese and then martial law under the KMT and so there's someone in the distance between the two peoples but I think the people of Taiwan have watched with a great degree of interest and and also admiration as the scene the people of Hong Kong stand up for their own rights at great risk but it into very very significant numbers up and up again the Communist Party of China it has reawakened I think a sense of identity in purpose among the people of Taiwan and is shaping the environment before their January presidential legislative elections China though not to be outdone is busily trying to buy our allies of the of of the Taiwan government trying to take away some of the few remaining formal diplomatic allies in so now we're at a stage now where I think it's even more imperative for the Congress in the US administration and other like minded countries around the world to stand by those that are willing to confront the Communist Party for what it is. a garden first of all I'd like to urge everybody to listen to Steve's testimony tomorrow before a subcommittee of the Senate foreign relations committee he's going to talk about Hong Kong Steve just a quick question the events in Hong Kong have affected Taiwan's election run up to the election in in January of next year it seems like tying when the president of Taiwan was dead politically but she seems to have been revived by all of the problems in Hong Kong if you could just quickly explain that. well it is true that in just sort of the general analysis of the type residency that hit someone of a low point the fall of last year and some local elections one very very poorly for her ruling party in when she was chosen her primary but in a in a very ironic or odd way she didn't paying and his somewhat gratuitous warnings of a get to the people of Taiwan in their new year's eve a new year's address and then some of the activities of course this year given president Ty opportunities to respond appealed to the the self respect and also concerns in the time one people I think that the primary actually made her stronger politicians with an odd way it seems as though she's in pain the Communist Party has a backhanded endorsement of president size reelection just in terms of reshaping the politics certainly the way the Beijing has almost killed the one country two systems model in Hong Kong has greatly affected any parties ability in Taiwan this information he could be with the Communist Party hi Steve which is have moments your instincts are very good your political actor are you anxious about October first in Hong Kong or Beijing for violence. I'm more anxious about Hong Kong I know many good friends and Gordon was just there with some other good friends too week you know I I think that there is the the people of Hong Kong in extraordinary numbers just thinking a third of the entire population have are so concerned about their freedoms and our future they filled the streets nothing like that ever happened and in human history elsewhere as far as I can tell I think that they are likely to demonstrate on that day and I'm I'm a little bit concerned about what the Chinese authorities one this upon putting down those demonstrations on that day we would like to believe they wouldn't want a whole book public relations black guy but at this point he's like a national with them over all else to them. Steven Yates the CEO of DC I international adviser a former member of the bush administration Gordon Chang of the daily beast Christopher Nixon **** of Liechtenstein institute thanks to the sponsorship and guidance of the embassy of Azerbaijan in the United States and scholar dot com a global technology company.

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"steven yates" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"steven yates" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Conclusion. and the reason why there are anywhere between five hundred thousand to two and a half million different instances of DG you is because certain localities they will note it differently some do not even know the defensive gun usage unless a trigger is squeezed some do not even notice it and last or don't even counted unless the firearm is fully presented meaning it is not low ready. this is why there is that does that huge gap and that number that's why that did it it is such a wide berth. so. we have a lot to discuss and we have a ton of social justice warrior stuff to get into Hollywood's trying to go full McCarthy and they are creating a new blacklist this is now present in the question of whether or not we should make political donations private we have that for you will talk to Steven Yates about the latest with regards to brexit how that affects the United States Hong Kong whether or not the president tweeted a classified photo of an Iranian missile site and Jim Mattis entre we have all of that as well coming up it's a patch show and as you all know one of the things that is really really close to my heart I always say if I can't eat them and I can't wear something that I want to protect it and I also believe in being a good steward of my environment and I also believe and you know when hunting healthy ethical harvests which is why I think you know you go for one shot one kill when you're hunting I am super super I don't know if there's anyone on this on god's green earth maybe except beside the people over at delta rescue who are crazier about dogs than I am so if you listen this program I mean you've heard me talk about animals before I ate and the biggest supporter in fact I will only support no kill shelters and the biggest no kill careful life care for live animal sanctuary of its kind in the world is delta rescue they're dedicated to loving animals it's a little I mean checked is at a hundred fifteen acre mountaintop ranch and Leo Grillo who is doing what I want to do some day that I mean seriously you have a ranch where you live on animals for ever it's the most amazing thing ever and they rescue animals they care for them for life that's what makes them different from everyone else they're not hypocrites delta animal sanctuary staff by specially trained attendants they look after animals they get fresh water toys treats affection they are perfect stewards.

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"steven yates" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

12:09 min | 2 years ago

"steven yates" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Data show on news ninety six point five. Yes, you do. Silence. Oh my goodness, with everything going on in the world. And especially with the no now we don't have tariffs that are I it was a good. I think it was a good way to leverage that to leverage the threat of that against Mexico, so we can get some sort of cooperation from them with regards to the border, and the flood of people who it seems almost it almost seems as though Mexico's assisting them with. It's an action and I don't think that that's an any way wrong to say. But now the president is looking to get and he says that he has the promise of it more prevention from them on this. They were discussing something getting their national guard, which apparently still being organized, but it's a step to to go to the border and prevent this stop it from happening at the rate that it's happening. For more on this and what other stuff Steven Yates is a foreign policy expert. He's been travelling extensively where in the world is not Carmen sandiego but Steven Yates with the international advisory. He served in the Bush administration, advising former VP Dick Cheney, and he, I believe, is back in DC, and he joins us by phone. Stephen, always a pleasure. How are you? Our areas. We stephen. Charge here from DC. Yeah. Excellent. Well, we're glad you've been everywhere. We were talking about how it's like we're in the world is Carmen sandiego. But with Stephen, so I got to get your reaction to the administration leveraging the trade for stricter, immigration enforcement, and Mexico, apparently was celebrating the deal. They had a rally in Tijuana, Mexico said, yes, we, we have a signed agreement they were saying that we're going to send they're not really entirely organiz, yet, national guard of the southern border. I'm totally fine with that is this is this victory. Because the way that Chuck Schumer, he's been mocking some of the media, they're trying to really downplay it as being a nothingburger. What's the real story? As with everything it seems that life. We've been given this dose of reality check supposedly for weeks and weeks about how things will never ever work, and it's terrible in the world's gonna fall apart because the president is trying a different approach. And then once again, we have an outcome that no other president has been able to achieve over a much longer period of time. And I can't say that there's any particular magic ingredient about the Trump approach to this, except he's willing to say publicly in bluntly, what needs to be done, and from time to time willing to put a little stick behind it to go our negotiating partners long. And frankly, I think anyone has looked at what's happening inside of Mexico with all of this. You gotta believe at some level, the Mexican people aren't buying this political, correct garbage anymore. Because look this is this is trashing our own country. And they've got to be demanding a little better service from their own government as well, but really, well, no expert inside the beltway would have predicted this kind of outcome or advise this. Kind of approach, if this deal holds it's actually store at rate through in US, Mexico relations with regard to immigration, I think, so too, and Chuck Schumer, he had tweeted, right when it was, this was actually the other disa- Saturday. Right. Is it was announced he says, just as I predicted? I mean he literally tweeted this President Donald Trump backed off on his threat of tariffs against mexic- Mexico. He says Mexico is going to take action to greatly reduce or eliminate illegal immigration. He wasn't taking it seriously. But I don't know if I see anything to suggest that they are not being genuine in their promise. I mean, they, they have a signed agreement now which is much more than our previous administration was able to pretty much with any other foreign entity in terms of reducing threats to the United States. But do you do you take them genuinely? Do you take them at their Mexico's leadership at their word that they are going to do something to assist in, preventing this deluge from hitting our border? Well, obviously, the challenge, I think, is worthy of adult attention and engagement. Unfortunately, it's very, very easy for Democrats to just sit back and fire potshots sidelines is a good to be a democrat. You couldn't be extraordinarily flexible about the truth and evidence. You just say what you want to be given week. And that's what the Senate leader has been doing on this, in almost every other foreign policy topic. This is something that I huge number of voters, take very, very seriously, we wouldn't have a President Donald Trump. Is that wasn't the case? And so frankly, I'm all in favor of the democrat, dismissing minimizing this, if it will, they'll just please keep doing it. Very publicly throughout the rest of this election cycle. Maybe we can get Senate back in Republican control. Mexico said that in this was the way to put this to listeners. So doesn't sound too in the weeds. They were winning to adopt. What what's called the safe third country protocol? So if you're so, for instance, if people for those out there, because I know Stephen knows this for, for people coming in from Guatemala, or anywhere else if they if they have to pass through Mexico before they get to the United States seeking asylum. They would have to first apply in the first safe country in which they crossed into an apparently, Mexico was insisting the president Andrea, man. Well over door was saying that he was never going to agree to it. But apparently, now, they're like, okay, we will totally discuss the safe third country agreement with the United States because that was the one big thing, apparently that had been missing previously from the agreement talk a little about this in terms of how this has been cited it was always always used as a talking point by the CNN types MSNBC types by a lot of democrat elected officials saying we have to accept these people if they're seeking. Asylum, but they go through a number of safe countries before they even get to the United States. It doesn't seem to undermine that whole argument. Well, leave it to these liberals progressives to denigrate the Mexican people and their and their government to try to put them in the position of saying, we are actual sovereigns. We don't have waters, and we're not safe. And so these people who are fleeing suppose terrible oppression. Some of them are leaving horrible circumstances. Does the Mexican people are not loving and self respectful enough to be able to take care of your own borders, their own country and maybe take some of these people, but it's extraordinarily important to move some of this pressure away from the border itself. We have challenges of the border, that are real that need priority attention. The basically have welfare mobs that are organized by globalist leftist trying to overwhelm the services. If essentially denies the services to the people who really need them. And so the Mexicans bay by way of the pressure of tariffs, or by way of whatever the magic sauce was that got them to the point to take seriously. This is actually very, very important. It's good for them to, to basically. Reclaim their own sovereignty, and some degree of self respect on this issue in my view. But it pushes the drug lords in those that merchant human trafficking further away from the border and it, just like in any military campaign, but more a distance you are trying to deal with the enemy the better position, we will be in the target accurately. And maybe even Bill with some of these problems and help the people that are revolt. Yeah. No, absolutely. You mentioned, the, the drug lords end the cartels. There's been a push from the administration to, to redefine them as, as centrally terror groups. Because we have military members national guard there at the southern border. But I know that current federal opera hits them from detaining or essentially, getting involved in enforcing immigration laws today, we're painting offense. And that was, of course really mocked by a lot of by legacy media. But it's because they're barred, as I understand it by federal law, some in the administration have suggested. Well, let's redefine, how we view the cartels, look at the terror group so that they can engage is that is that a wise move to do, so would that help us more effectively deal with the problem and down there, because I know that they control pretty much a huge sector of the border and across the border without them knowing is that the best way to deal with it. I'm not sure I think that we've had a number of different approaches failed so I'm sympathetic those who want to try something different the same time. I'm not a fan of trying to shoehorn different kinds of threats into the same cookie cutter shape in a lot of people have very clear impressions of what is a terrorist, although it's actually harder to find one might think at first. Yeah. There's definitely elements of what these drug lords gangs thugs do in our country, and in other countries that seem terrorist, like, but I think that we should just be wonderful for lawmakers might get their heads together and adds some categories and some tools to those who are trying to keep us safe so they can do what they need to do. Instead of us trying to stretch the definition of terrorists feet to fit everything that needs to be done. No. Absolutely one last thing before I let you go, because I know that, that you, visit Hong Kong, and I know that you have a lots of stuff 'cause you travel extensively and, you know, so much about this. I mean, it's, it's been covered by I see it's covered by international media, but it's not really being discussed here in the United States so much, and I don't think that people understand the significance of it. They had a huge protest over the weekend over away. I think they said over a million people marching in Hong Kong over Chinese extradition law. Because China Beijing was trying to say, well, if there's, they don't want Hong Kong to become like, the, the Star Wars Cantina essentially for criminals, and they can escape over there. And we have no way to get our hands on them. And people in Hong Kong say, that's just a way for Beijing. To try to control us sand. They have very specious justifications for going after individuals. They could go after innocent people, and some have said that this is the last the really the last stand for Hong Kong to be more independent from China. How put this in layman's terms because it hasn't really been discussed a lot. But this is huge Hong Kong is very, obviously not as controlled by as the rest of the mainland. And they have a very different relationship. It isn't really is that an exaggeration to say that this is kind of the last stand for them in terms of having their own independence from Beijing. I think it's very, very close to that last straw, and for people to understand what this means in nineteen Ninety-seven, Hong Kong was transferred from British sovereignty to Chinese sovereignty, under the People's Republic of China, and they put forward a promise of one country, two systems, which is gobbledegook. What would it mean is Hong Kong supposed to continue to operate in a separate system? Capitalist market economy was supposed to basically continue as it was just changed flags and some window dressing and what you're seeing in the streets, now is, is proof positive. That vision can't keep its words very, very relevant to a time when we're trying to make other deals with China with regard to trade and North Korea and other areas, if they can keep his word with its own citizens. Why would we think that they would treat foreigners any better? And when you say big there, a big protests, and there are protests, and I think that's the diplomatic counting word for this one in six of the entire population. Then when they say one in every seven people were out in the streets. It's something like that enormous in more. So we just stink anything in American history that could have ever happened. That would have got one six of the population to rise up. I think you would qualify that if they dead serious issue in. So that's, that's how the people of Hong congress seeing this, and these are not people that are easily agitated out into the streets are people who are very good about just going about their business working markets, very internationalized in many ways. This only happens when there's something really fundamentally wrong. And it's, it's a it's a clear canary in the coal mine, when it comes to the entire Chinese experience, under the communist party. So I do hope people dig into it and get more familiar. That's a really good point that you made if they can't even keep their promise to their own citizens. How in the world can we expect them to keep any sort of promise to any foreign entities? Steven Yates were so glad to have you back this weekend or even traveling. Thank you so much for giving us some of your time, and I have a great rest of your week, my friend. Thank you, take care. Of course, you till we have today in stupidity still on the way and you don't wanna miss that as well..

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"steven yates" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

13:53 min | 2 years ago

"steven yates" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Subscribe on I two and get full episodes to liberate right to your phone. Yes, a mixture you do. Sign up for it. Oh my goodness, with everything going on in the world. And especially with the no one now we don't have tariffs that are I it was a good. I think it was a good way to leverage that to leverage the threat of that against Mexico, so we can get some sort of cooperation from them with regards to the border, and the flood of people who it seems almost it almost seems as though Mexico's assisting them with its action. I don't think that that's in any way wrong to say. Now, the president is looking to get and he says that he has the promise of it more prevention from them on this. They were discussing something to the effect of getting their national guard, which apparently still being organized, but it's a step to to go to the border and prevent this stop it from happening at the rate that it's happening for more on this, and what other stuff Steven Yates is a foreign policy expert. He's been. Traveling extensively where in the world is not Carmen sandiego, but Steven Yates, he's with the international advisory. He served in the Bush administration, advising former VP Dick Cheney, and he, I believe, is back in DC, and he joins us by phone. Stephen, always a pleasure. How are you? Areas. Do we got to Stephen? I am in charge here from DC. Yeah. Excellent. Well, we're glad you've been everywhere. We were talking about how it's like we're in the world is Carmen sandiego. But with Steven. So I have got to get your reaction to the administration leveraging the trade for stricter immigration enforcement, Mexico, apparently was, so celebrating the deal. They had a rally in Tijuana, Mexico said, yes, we have a signed agreement they were saying that they were going to send are not really entirely organized, yet, national guard of the southern border. I'm totally fine with that is. This is this victory. Because the way that Chuck Schumer, he's been mocking it, some of the media. They're trying to really downplay it as being a nothing burger. What's the real story? As with everything seems life. We've been given this dose of reality check supposedly for weeks and weeks about how things will never ever work, and it's terrible in the world's gonna fall apart because the president's Troy a different approach. And then once again, we have an outcome that no other president has been able to achieve over a much longer period of time. And I can't say that there's any particular magic ingredient about the Trump approach to this, except he's willing to say publicly in bluntly, what needs to be done in from time to time willing to put a little stick behind it to go. Our negotiating Portland's alone in frankly, I think anyone that has looked at what's been happening inside of Mexico with all of this. You got to believe at some level, the Mexican people aren't buying the political, correct garbage anymore. The thing this is this is trashing our own country, and they've got to be demanding a little better service from their own government as well. But. Really while? No expert inside the beltway would have predicted this kind of outcome or advise this kind of an approach, if this deal holds it's actually a store at right through in US, Mexico relations with regard to immigration. I think so too, and Chuck Schumer, he tweeted, right when it was, this was the other disa- Saturday. Right. Is it was announced he says, just as I predicted? I mean he literally tweeted us President Donald Trump backed off on his threat of tariffs against Mexico, Mexico. He says Mexico is going to take action to greatly reduce or eliminate illegal immigration. He wasn't taking it seriously. But do I don't know if I see anything to suggest that they are not being genuine in their promise? I mean, they, they have a signed agreement now which is much more than our previous administration was able to pretty much get with any other foreign entity in terms of reducing threats to the United States. But do you do you take them genuinely do take them at there? Mexico's leadership at their word that they are going to do something to assist in, preventing this deluge from hitting our border. Well, obviously, the challenge, I think, is worthy of adult attention, and engaged it, unfortunately, it's very, very easy for Democrats to just sit back and fire potshots sidelines is very good to be a democrat. You couldn't be extraordinarily flexible about the truth and evidence. You just say what you want to be given week. And that's what the Senate leader has been doing on this, and almost every other foreign policy topic, but this is something that I had a huge number of voters, take very, very seriously, we wouldn't have a President Donald Trump. Is that wasn't the case? And so frankly, I'm all in favor of the democrat, dismissing minimizing this if it will just please keep doing it. Very publicly throughout the rest of this election cycle. Maybe we can get the Senate back in Republican control. Yeah. Mexico said that in this was the way to put this to listeners. So doesn't sound too in the weeds. They were wanting to adopt. What what's called the safe third country protocol? So if you're Sopher instance, of people for those out there, because I know Stephen knows this for, for people coming in from say, Guatemala, or anywhere else if they if they have to pass through Mexico before they get to the United States seeking asylum. They would have to first apply in the safe country in which they crossed into an apparently Mexico was insisting the president Andre Manuel over door were saying that he was never going to agree to it. But apparently, now, they're like, okay, we, we will totally discuss the safe third country agreement with the United States because that was the one big thing, apparently that had been missing previously from the agreement talk a little about this in terms of how this has been cited it was always it always used as a talking point by the. CNN types MSNBC types by a lot of democrat elected officials saying we have to accept these people if they're seeking asylum, but they go through a number of safe countries before they even get to the United States. So doesn't it seem to undermine that whole argument? Rose leave it to these liberals and progressives to denigrate the Mexican people and their and their government to try to put them in the position of saying, we are actual sovereigns we don't have orders, and we're not safe. And so these people who are fleeing supposed terrible Russian, some of them are leaving horrible circumstances that the Mexican people are not loving and self respectful enough to be able to take care of their own borders, their own country. Maybe take care of some of these people, but it's extraordinarily important to move some of this pressure away from the border itself. We have challenges of the border, that are real that need priority attention. The basically have welfare moms that are organized by globalist leftist trying to overwhelm us services, especially denies the services to the people who really need them. And so, by way of the pressure of tariffs, or by way of whatever the. Magic sauce was that got them to the point to take seriously. This is actually very, very important. It's good for them to, to basically. Reclaim their own sovereignty, and some degree of self respect on this issue in my view. But it pushes the drug lords in those that merchant human trafficking further away from the border, and it, just like in any military campaign. Good more distance, you are trying to deal with the enemy the better position, we will be or being able to target accurately, and maybe even feel with some of these problems and help the people that are revolt. Yeah. No, absolutely. You mentioned, the, the drug lords end the cartels. There's been a push from the administration to, to redefine them as, as a centrally terror groups. Because we have military members and national guard there at the southern border. But I know that current federal law prohibits them from detaining or essentially, getting involved in enforcing immigration law. So they were painting offense. And that was, of course really mocked by a lot of by legacy media. But it's because they're barred is I understand it by federal law. Some in the administration have suggested. Well, let's redefine, how we view the cartels. Look at them as terror groups so that they can engage is that is that a wise move to do, so would that help us more effectively deal with the problem and down there, because I know that they control pretty much a huge sector of the border, and that no one crosses the border without them. Knowing is that the best way to deal with it. Well, I'm not sure I think that we've had a number of different approaches that failed so I'm sympathetic evo-. You want to try something different at the same time. I'm not a fan of trying to shoehorn different kinds of threats into the same cookie cutter shape in a lot of people have very clear impressions of what is a terrorist, although it's actually harder to define one might think, I yeah, there's definitely elements of what these drug lords gangs thugs do in our country, and in other countries that seem terrorist, like, but I think that we should just be wonderful lawmakers might get their heads together and adds some categories and some tools to those who are trying to keep us safe so they can do what they need to do instead of trying to stretch the definition of terrorists feet to fit everything needs to be done. No. Absolutely one last thing before I let you go, because I know that, that you, visit Hong Kong, and I know that you have a lots of stuff because you travel extensively and, you know, so much about this. I mean, it's, it's been covered by I see it's covered by international media, but it's not really being discussed here in the United States so much, and I don't think that people understand the significance of it. They had a huge protest over the weekend over. I think they said over a million people marching in Hong Kong over Chinese extradition law. Because China Beijing was trying to say, well, if there's, they don't want Hong Kong to become like, the, the Star Wars Cantina essentially for criminals, and they can escape over there. And we have no way to get our hands on them. And people in Hong Kong say, that's just the way for Beijing. To try to control us sand. They have very specious justifications for going after individuals. They could go after innocent people, and some have said that this is. The last the really the last stand for Hong Kong to be more independent from China, how put this in layman's terms because it hasn't really been discussed a lot. But this is huge Hong Kong is very, obviously not as controlled by as the rest of the mainland. And they have a very different relationship. But is it really is that an exaggeration to say that this is kind of the last stand for them in terms of having their own independence from Beijing? I think it's very, very close to that last straw, and for people to understand what means in nineteen Ninety-seven, Hong Kong was transferred from British sovereignty to Chinese sovereignty, under the People's Republic China, and they put forward a promise of one country, two systems, which is what would it mean is it Hong Kong supposed to continue to operate in a separate system capitalist market economy? It was supposed to basically continue as it was just changed flags and some window-dressing in what you're seeing in the streets. Now is, is proof positive that Beijing can't keep its word. And that's very, very relevant to a time when we're trying to make other deals with China with regard to trade and North Korea and other areas if they can't keep his word with its own citizens. Why would we think that they would treat foreigners any better? And when you say big, there are big protests, and there are joined normal. Protests. And I think that's the diplomatic counting word for this one in six of the entire population than when they say one in every seven people were out in the streets is something like that. In more just stink anything in American history that could have ever happened. That would have got one sixth of the population to rise up. I think you would qualify that if they dead serious issue. And so, that's, that's how the people on congress seeing this, and these are not people that are easily agitated out into the streets. These are people who are very good about going about their business, working markets, very internationalized in many ways. This only happens when there's something really fundamentally wrong. And it's, it's a it's a clear canary in the coal mine, when it comes to the entire Chinese experience other the communist party. So I do hope people big into it and get more familiar. That's a really good point that you made if they can't even keep their promise to their own citizens. How in the world can we expect them to keep any sort of promise to any foreign entities? Steven Yates, we're so glad to have you back this weekend, even traveling. Thank you so much for giving us some of your time, and I have a great rest of your week, my friend. During the take care, of course you to. We have two Dane stupidity. Still on the way. You don't wanna miss that as well. Yeah, you should go see the pictures by the way of the big March in Hong Kong. That's insane. It is insane. But I think that's a really good point that he made as we are as Trump is now trying to kind of leverage the same thing. Well, use the same formula in terms of trade with China..

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OODA Loop - Russia’s Military Mission Creep Advances to a New Front: Africa

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00:31 sec | 2 years ago

OODA Loop - Russia’s Military Mission Creep Advances to a New Front: Africa

"Russia's military mission creep advances to a new front in Africa. Apparently summoned defence regain ferrying nervous about how Russia's expanding out to new to new areas in central African working with that even working with Central African Republic's armed forces a members of trained with Russian consultants as part of their growing influence across Africa. Very we're gonna I'm gonna ask Steven Yates about that coming up max because they're expanded. And it's making some people a little bit nervous. Of

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WIBC 93.1FM

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"steven yates" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The democrat Minnesota Representative is facing a probe into her campaign spending after complaints that she misused contributions for personal use the campaign finance board. Minnesota's investigating her after the Republican after Minnesota Republican state rep Steve address Ascii file to complaints saying she spent thousands in campaign funds for personal use. When she served in the Minnesota state legislature. Some of the improper expenditures include payments to her divorce attorney and spending on travel to Boston and Estonia. Oh, good grief. That's that's very. I'm not surprised. Russia's military mission creep advances to a new front in Africa. Apparently summoned defends are getting very nervous about how Russia's expanding out to a new to new areas in central African I in working with the even working with Central African Republic's armed forces a members of trained with Russian consultants is a part of their growing influence across Africa. Very we're gonna I'm gonna ask Steven Yates about that coming up max because they're expanding and it's making some people a little little bit nervous. Of course, this is from San Francisco gate. You manage this his bosses flatulence was a form of bullying and assuming for one point two million dollars. Yeah. Fifty six year old David Hanks's, a former employee at construction engineering, and he sued the firm for bullying in two thousand seventeen Saint his supervisor Greg short is accusing him of being a serial offender who thrusted his bum twelfth at him. And the this is an Australia. According to their press, he seeking damages of one point two million dollars. And he said that he would come in and in a bullying bullying manner pass gas at him. Okay. Now, they actually have to define that. Which is very interesting. The Washington Examiner reports how NASA. Was revealing that there is they discovered a new planet and a whole host of stars that actually could support life the trans this the transiting exoplanet survey satellite began last April and ASA says that they've already made some exciting discoveries. Scientists working with the program say they discovered a new planet about the size of Saturn. It rotates around host started close distance. So it's very high temperatures on the planet. But they say they have a catalog of stars more than eighteen hundred which might be prospects for supporting life. Some of them are slightly larger than earth, and they might exist in the habitable zone of the star. They say that there's a subset about four hundred and eight stars at might support planets about the size of earth and have comparable levels of radiation. Interesting. We have a lot more coming up. Steven Yates joining us. Stay tuned. Are you losing sleep from having to fix your fitted sheets that aren't so fitted anymore,.

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"steven yates" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"steven yates" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"What is it the hotels that they own and all of this stuff, and they say they were saying, well, there's we're going to get into it. Because there's there's a bunch of stuff in there. Also, people who need to mind their own business to examples for you. Yale targets Christians, also NPR. We've got an interesting story because they say climate change is causing more hospital admissions in Florida. But then they interview guy who has like serious illnesses that are unrelated to those things one dude how unplanned the movie was screwed over by social media platforms on its opening weekend. Cutter trying to influence the US and some really odd ways. We're going to discuss that as well. We have a ton of style. Oh my gosh. This is the other great thing. Remember, how I was talking about those knife Benz all over the UK and how I was saying, you know, what you're basically putting up in your advertising to criminals. Hey, come get these knives. Yeah. Guess what happened over the weekend? Yeah, we're gonna we're gonna talk about that as well. Steven Yates will join us and more. I told you that was going to happen. You know, I told you it was and I bet they don't have any cameras. They're seeing who exactly did what if only they had blinked cameras Dana that segue, though, I know says why they pay me the money that they do. All right, folks. When you want to be able to have you can't have is everywhere. I mean, I know his parents we all lie to our children were like I can see even when I'm not there. Now, you actually can get blink cameras motion activated cameras that are wire free that legit can be put absolutely anywhere, and they run onto I so I finally headed by the way, I finally had to change my batteries. I wanna make blink can't one of my blink cameras. This weekend is one of the ones that I have that's in my hallway watching the doors and that and I Finally I had because it notified me. So I had to change the battery that's been like two years or no now it's been a year and a half almost two years. So if you're traveling blink has a life option, meaning using the blink smart. You can check in on watch. What's going on any with three or smartphone app from.

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WIBC 93.1FM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"steven yates" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Show more fallout from the Robert Kraft charges that were filed plus highlights and lowlights of the Oscars four o'clock ninety three WBZ. The Dino show. We have so much to discuss I have more. I don't have enough time for everything that I prepared for you today. There's just too much happening. Let's get into some headlines showy and now all of the news. You would probably miss it's time for data's quick. So the remember the athletes that are telling you about the two young men who are defined as women and have competed in a high school girls track competition and beat out the other girls. So they're taking their spots going to going forward estate. Well, they said that in instead of the other girls complaining about the fairness being forced to compete against males. They said, quote, just work harder. Now, imagine this argument being used in the workplace during arguments over the off disgust wage gap. Right. Imagine that can you imagine. Oh my gosh. There would be we'd been a gnashing of teeth. I can't even of the likes of which we could not fathom. Oh, my word moving on here. Says it's a crazy story April. The sisters of the let's see Mike Pence is to meet with one in Columbia this according to Associated Press, and Reuters the vice president plans to have his first meeting with Venezuela. One Guido today in Columbia in a signal of support for the opposition leader after a weekend of violence. That's over the weekend. Madora block convoys US humanitarian aid from crossing over in juvenile's Walea from Columbia. They used tear gas rubber bullets and they killed two protesters in the process in sane. So we'll watch and see how that happens. We're gonna talk to Steven Yates about that here coming up and a woman was arrested for salting a MAG a man wearing.

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"steven yates" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"steven yates" Discussed on WSB-AM

"We have a lot more in store on this. And some more cautions with that national emergency and will continue to follow it as well. But in the meantime, let's get you like all hooked up with some headlines. And now all of the news, you would probably miss it's time for data's quickfire. So. This is a political headline Trump technically obese despite doctors clean Bill of health because he gained five pounds so fat shaming just remember that journalists have now this is BuzzFeed that is lamenting over this. They say journalists have been banned from a powerful database that lets you search people's phone numbers and addresses yet. Well, do you want to know why I think that's a good thing? Because you remember with the journalists to people who had permits and who had FFA falls New York right and had concealed carry permits as a of in Europe where they published. Everybody's conceal all the concealed carry addresses up. There. Remember that? Yeah. That's maybe why we don't want you to have all of that stuff. Kamala Harris is fundraising is reportedly falling short of its goals. I not shredded interpret that that seems very weird. They say it's a that she issued this urgent Email saying that were falling short. They were looking at some of the donations coming in. This is why she's trying to pick these high profile. File fights. Because then they can usually use that as as some sort of fundraising behavior at age six may predict adult income interesting. This comes from your time's kindergarten teachers in the poorest neighborhoods of Montreal. They rated almost two thousand six year olds using scales measuring inattention hyperactivity defiant behavior, Gresham. Pro sociality cetera. Gathered information on earnings from tax returns at age thirty five to thirty six, and they say that it actually your behavior they say that deviant behavior hyperactivity in defiance can actually lead the lower income, those who were very attentive, and that were pro social and had a service as opposed to aggressiveness. I ended up getting more making more income at that age. Interesting. Let's see airlines stranded a record number of passengers this year. I'm not surprised at that. They said that that two hundred forty four flights were delayed for three hours in the first eleven months of twenty eighteen seems like its increasing. Oh, man. I have a crazy story for you coming up as well. Steven Yates joins us next. Here's the truth. Your cell phone company is probably funding progressive gun. Grabbers patriot mobile America's only conservative cell phone company is doing the opposite fed up with disgusting policies that come from New York like their abortion law.

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News 96.5 WDBO

09:05 min | 3 years ago

"steven yates" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"How much time it'll at your drive and how to get around and we promise to keep you alert short and get right back to the show. This is where Orlando turns first for frequent traffic alerts. News ninety six five WDBO. Now, the data show on news ninety six point five. I didn't think that they were devastated and the entire question of where they came from. And how they were published is mentioned distract from the content of those emails which demonstrated the corruption and the dirty tricks of the Clinton campaign due to the fact that I expect to be acquitted and vindicated and that my attorneys, including Bruce rogue one of the very best attorneys in the country grant Smith Rog wish Allen tower Campion believe that this indictment is thin as piss on Iraq. So I'm prepared to fight for my life. I have to go to the public. It's stone defence fund dot com to ask for their support. Like, I mean, I guess you can say that. Because he because he said it, so I'm so glad that we forgot about that. Well, I think it's okay. We'll look into the show by the way back from Las Vegas, which is a crazy. Crazy. We could stretch on my scientists have not yet recovered. Some my voice sounds a little lower. And we're barreling through this brand new workweek of uncertainty and the. So the thing is we have the we talked a little bit about this, actually. Those right before shot the agreement this well, it was the three week temporary agreement as it were to get the government partially reopened, and I want to delve into some of the strategy of that too. At this particular time, welcome to the show. I'm Dana Loesch at lash on Twitter official lash on Facebook is the name of the game. And I'm also on Instagram and everywhere else and all that good jazz. So the. And. A couple of things here. And we talked as the stone south unfurled, we discussed that as it was taking place because it was just a really weird to me that considering James Clapper. And I think that for for the people who try to argue what aboutism, I think it's a really lame argument coming from individuals when they are caught in a web of their own hypocrisy. Because the in looking at this. The idea that this is still going on is actually kind of nuts, and it's going to happen again in three weeks. I mean, it's it's just it's it's it's going to happen. When you when you when you look at this. We're concerned stone when you look at clever when you look at Clinton real gets Cheryl mills, and you'll get whom Abbott and all of these individuals have made false statements to the FBI and only there was like a swat team only sent to one do house. And isn't he like sixty something years old? He's like Mick Jagger age. He doesn't even own a gun. I don't think. So what in the hell did this dude post? It you needed a break out the big guns. Like, literally, that's what I find really lame about this whole thing is that. That's that's exactly how they did. It. They I mean, they I it was a show of force. It was a show. That's what they wanted to do. And I find it really sad that that's the state of things that were politicizing, by the way, all of those people who you who reacted that way to stone. Those are the same people who bitch and moan about a. Police state twenty four seven I just want to point that out. Those are the people who get mad and talk constantly about a police state. But yet they're really happy use a police state where it concerns going after people whom they dislike and when I look at his I mean, look if he's guilty, then he's guilty. Yellow light of the FBI. But the thing that I think that myself and a lot of other individuals are criticizing it's inconsistent. There's no way in hell, you can't tell me that Houma mills and share arts, Houma evidence, Cheryl mills didn't lie to the FBI because it's in black and white and their damned transcripts that. They lied to the FBI they lie. James Clapper, lied to the FBI. So you can sit here and say stuff about a process charge. And I think that in a context of this subject, it's a little bit heavier than a process charge. However, the point again that I keep going back to. The point that I and so many others are focusing on is the fact that this is inconsistent application of the law, which suggests egregious bias. And then when other people see these other individuals that had way much more higher positions within the previous administration than Roger stone has on the periphery of this one. They do they actually do to crime that stone is accused of committing and then they get to walk free. There's no raid. There's no nothing actually on any of these individuals. Now, the charged with witness tampering comes in this context. By the way, this is bizarre is all hell, I do want to ask him. How would you threaten a dog, dude? Like the hell what would you do throwing her dog? That's like who was it. Cartoonish? I'm just saying it is why because he didn't tell some did that, you know, your dogs debt or something like that. I don't even remember as the dog lover. I take exception. I'm just saying. But. I it is it is to me. Just a we'll see what happens if he if he's guilty. He's guilty. But it is a you have to believe a that. He's guilty of what was it the Debbie Wasserman Schultz accused him of she said that he weaponized information stolen by Putin to help elect President Trump president now, I find this literally the exact same accusation that rings true when applied to the democrat party because if you're going to go after Roger stone who apparently did not even actually have contact with WikiLeaks. But brag that he I've known for a decade. He is very brat. He's a braggart. And he's like the guy who says I caught a mile long fish when it's not when he caught like, you know, maybe a trout, I'm just saying that stone, but for them to say, well, he was he weaponized these emails published by WikiLeaks. She's intimating that somehow he had something to do with the stolen emails, which I think is a stretch considering and remember this was the same. Hack that was done in two thousand sixteen that they didn't actually want to report to the FBI which I thought was weird. How why wouldn't they want to report that to the FBI? Furthermore, I always thought it was weird that the emails that were gathered biking leaks, nothing was egregious damaging, and it was all entirely one sided about Hillary Clinton to which I thought was very interesting. It was specifically only about her and her alum. And none of it was really damaging. There was nothing in there that I thought I mean, everything looked bad optically, and it just basically confirmed whatever when are already thought of her. So I thought that was a little weird how that all worked out. And then they're saying that he weaponized it. Well, wouldn't Hillary Clinton working with the Kremlin to get auto information to weaponize against Trump, isn't that even maybe perhaps the worst the charge also considering they were using to firm that really should be registered under fair. But isn't yet another one of those things that doesn't go follow it up? You're not going to see a swat team outside of Glenn. Simpson's house. I just find this whole thing fascinating. Because there's a lot of inconsistencies here, there's massive massive inconsistencies. So I just have to wonder how serious people are about getting to the bottom of stuff when they don't really entirely when to get to the bottom of stuff, the newest Paul, and we're gonna come back to this because I got a bunch of stuff still, but there's other things I want to touch on to the public. Of course, this souring on the nation's direction after the shutdown. According to a new NBC Wall Street Journal poll sixty three percent of Americans say the nation is on the. Wrong track because they're told over and over again by the media that the nation is on the wrong track. That's what they hear constantly day in and day out that the nation is on the wrong track. But also, the majority here's a Washington Post ABC poll that's interesting the majority opposes impeachment, and it has little to no confidence in Bob Muller's. Fairness. Look at that. I haven't looked at the cross tabs on either of these. I just find these dueling headlines to be incredibly interesting. So coming up later on in the show, a Ross Perot for Democrats agree. Just media bias Melania. Trump is set to make Bank over it. Also, mild university decides to consider only racism workshops, of course, they do a horrible case of voter fraud in Texas that they told us was not going to actually continue happening. Steven Yates joins us to break down the latest and Venezuela because I don't think enough people are talking about the hot mess that's going on there. And it's only going to get worse. An update on the Covington kids, we got Florida, man. We have today and stupidity and a bunch of other good stuff as well that you don't wanna miss as we get moving on ZipRecruiter is a good resource to hire. Oh, yeah. The Tom Brokaw situation. Ziprecruiter is a a good. It's a good resource to hire the right person, particularly because hirings competitive, there are more jobs than people and you want to make sure that you get the right person for. For your job. 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"steven yates" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"steven yates" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Device. Alexa, play the Danish show podcast. Fool, man. So apparently, I don't know this. Some people have said, I guess it's getting a little heated outside of Pelosi's office. So people are arguing somebody's BMW. Apparently, also got towed. That's the capital. All yeah. So I don't know. Gosh, dang, Steven Yates is gonna join us next. And there was a bunch of other stuff that I wanted to ask him. But now we gotta talk about now. So. And there you are. Oh, my word. My word my word. All right. Let's kick it into some headlines. And now all of the news, you would probably miss. It's time for Dina's quick. Let's see what do I want to start? Star. Oh, gosh, this one Daily Mail. So there I didn't know there was a group that actually advocates this it's called the voluntary human extinction movement event. So this dude that founded it he's on a worldwide crusade human is other members besides having children are so damaging to the planet, the only interest raking Hannity to die out voluntarily and he's an old guy. He's like he's he would get the senior citizens special at Denny's. Like, okay. Well, if you really believe it, why didn't you do it? You know? We'll somebody's got to tell everybody else they have to die. I mean, seriously what? So Steny Hoyer was telling media that edgy oh lawmaker today yelled at California Representative democrat Tony Cardenas to quote, go back to Puerto Rico, except what the media is doing by representing this bias with a mission. Is that Representative toady Cardenist? It was his pack that also apparently reportedly helped organize the whole trip, and he was down there in Puerto Rico and apparently just got back. Yeah. Yeah. So let's not talk about the actual. You know, let's make sure that we present it in the worst possible way folks, southern poverty law center's accused of racketeering and wielding the hate label to kneecap opponents this according to the Washington Times the hate they are a hateful group the center for immigration studies. Follow racketeering lawsuit against the southern poverty Law Center that was one-sided by attempted murderer fluidly Corcoran's who shot up. The Family Research Council offices in DC while carrying Chick-fil-A sandwiches during the whole Chick-fil-A argument of several years ago after finding their address and finding reading about them on the southern poverty law center's website. So we'll see how that goes. It's very interesting moving on down the line route Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has cancelled to upcoming events. She had to speaking events this. According to a couple of news outlets. She was going to attend January twenty ninth event in Los Angeles that was has been cancelled. And then there was another event scheduled for February six. With philanthropist, David Rubenstein, which was apparently also cancelled she's Kerr tailing, traveling focusing our no work while recuperating from recent surgery, according to an Email from folks representing her what we do wish her a speedy recovery and hope that she is in good health moving on wash this business. So in Virginia robots are taking over grocery store, aisles. Yeah. Well, apparently, this is the thing they're they're they're they're experimenting more and more grocery stores are experimenting. Yeah. I would be totally worried. They're experimenting with like robots assist with like groceries and stocking and things like that. I don't know one in Virginia. It looks creepy. I wish I could show to you on the on the radio, but I can't. Ooh. Alarming burnout is making doctors want to kill themselves. According to New York Post, they say that the the burn up from many doctors, it's becoming a huge problem research found that nearly half of all physicians. Feel completely depleted to the point where one in seven of contemplated suicide. We're gonna have a doctor shortage annual med scape. Report released Wednesday finds on average forty four percent of the medical professionals that your existence depends on report feeling stressed out to the point where they've considered leaving the field altogether. A higher percentage of these wiped out lifesavers are women. According to the survey of more than fifteen thousand doctors, the director of a web MD lead medical director. Dr Bruno the Nazeri says it's alarming and the numbers haven't changed. It continues to be a trend coming up foreign policy experts. Steven Yates joins us on the media, blaming Syria and this terror attack that killed some Americans on the president. Also, his thoughts on this now tantrum this going back and forth between Pelosi and Trump. Stay with us. It makes me proud that..

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"steven yates" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

05:24 min | 3 years ago

"steven yates" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Just think of it's not just a matter of gulp going up to a parking lot and getting on a plane and taking off and then same thing on the other end. They're going to a military base. That is secure facility. There's lots of personnel involved. There is a TSA equivalent that goes through a check all the people all the luggage and everything else that takes personnel. Takes people getting paid. There are of course, these are military aircraft with people either stand that basically like the kinds of plane you and I would fly on except they're operated by the military. So you get onto a plane, and they're going to get into a nice first class feet. And maybe the speaker gets the first class suite that, you know, can really lie down, and you get you're gonna have stewards, preparing great meals and all that but their military personnel. That are doing it instead of your lovely flight attendants. And so and then when the security side of a going through these other countries, you have host nation and. Our nation. That's providing personnel and equipment and others to make sure that all every step is safe. And so the speaker of the house is a high ranking official in the line of succession than so degree of protection that's above and beyond what the average person would get. That's not really a choice whether to take this kind of a trip at any given time no one can say that with the state of the union coming off budget issues need to be dealt with here in the United States debt ceiling debate coming very soon after this one that she needed for the national interest to go take this kind of a trip now at all expense. Yeah. That's a great point. I I wanna switch gears and ask you about this this. The story that is is coming up around this ISIS attack in Syria for Americans amongst the nineteen people killed just yesterday. A suicide bombing ISIS claimed responsibility. And everyone's saying that the timing, you know, weeks after the president ordered the withdrawal of forces from Syria. Vice president Pence said that the group had had been defeated. It was actually Jennifer Griffin with FOX who said she was told by a diplomat. According to the hill that the Syria attack was a direct result of US pull out decision. I don't necessarily know if I agree with that. Because they've been active over there. Still even with all of this. What is your take on us? Well, there's some big things colliding in this little story in the mega question of at what point do wars. And and at what point do our men and women come home in his that withdrawal gradual. Does it go two zero to go to a small number? But if we keep even one person in this kind of a situation, you're going to have an unending debate of is that person just waiting to be the target of an attack or do we need to have those people there in order to keep these kinds of groups from being able to grow and spread. But technically when you're dealing with an ISIS and all Haida or whatever name they wanna use over the last decade. Plus, we've been dealing with this stuff. These kinds of attacks are going to exist as long as the evil ideology that animates exist. You're never gonna snuff it two zero. And I think it's a fair debate about do we go to zero or not I still very much side with the president's policy on saying. You can't give me a defined mission. I'm not going to risk American lives under these circumstances. Have our allies step up if the if these guys engage in more attacks if they if they demonstrate that this is becoming more of a problem we revisit our options. The mole pops up out of its hole, we whack the mole. But but this that's a very juvenile way to describe a very serious situation. But being that is a more rational was sparks than of opening up. This can of worms that that. Essentially mean, we never leave under any circumstances because evil is going to exist in our world, especially in this godforsaken part of the world where people have twisted this this religion into a violent ideology and are just taking advantage of poor people, and there's an unending supply of that. And I think that's a great point as well. People think that whenever a any sort of military engagement in any form is declared over or finish that immediately all aggression ceases, and there is nothing else there, which I don't think that's ever happened anywhere. Really? I mean, come to think of it. But that's a that's a good way to put it. Yeah. Exactly, exactly. Steven Yates, always such a pleasure. You've folks you can go find him on Twitter at Yates DC. 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01:45 min | 3 years ago

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"Sure, what her intentions are the most respect for speaker Pelosi. But I think this is wrong approach should be taking right now approach the approach by saying we're gonna shut this down and not have because of security. I think our staff, and I spoke to the capitol police, I think there's still in place, and they're still getting paid. Well, that's Joe Manchin said, yeah, this back and forth. My goodness. You know that there's going to be a Pelosi presser at some point. That's senator. Manchin senior wasn't the best thing for her to for her to do that. What gets me is that Steny Hoyer was telling Chad pergram that well, it's petty and it's small and it's been dictated to cancel the trip. But she cited security and the shutdown when she was talking about canceling the state of the union, but apparently wasn't concerned enough about security in their shut down because they continue to for their trip use of military aircraft security support all of this. I mean, I it's the same shutdown. It shows I think that she lied. I'm very interested in Steven Yates is take on this. And of course to discuss that terror attack in Syria. Steven Yates is a foreign policy expert previously advised. Former VP Dick Cheney he was there during the Bush administration handling all sorts of stuff. And he is now with. DC international advisory. Stephen always good to talk with you. So this all developed obviously in the past couple of hours. What is your take on this back this back and forth? She says she's gonna cancel the state of the union. She cited security s says, actually that's not true. So now, he says you can fly commercial, but you're not using military aircraft. And all of this stuff to go on this. What has been called by some a press? Junket your thoughts. Well, I think there's quite of the.

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04:41 min | 3 years ago

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"Podcasts. Tell your Amazon device. Alexa, play the Danish show podcasts. Fool, man. So apparently, I don't know this. Some people have said, I guess it's getting a little heated outside of Pelosi's office. So people are arguing somebody's BMW. Apparently, also got towed. The capital. All yeah. So I don't know. Gosh, dang, Stephen ace is gonna join us next. And there was a bunch of other stuff that I wanted to ask him. But now we gotta talk about now. So. And there you are all my word. My word my word. All right. Let's kick it into some headlines. And now all of the news, you would probably miss. It's time for Dina's quickfire. Let's see what do I want to start Moore star? Oh, gosh, this one Daily Mail. So there I didn't know there was a group that actually advocates this it's called the voluntary human extinction movement event. So this dude that founded it he's on a worldwide crusade him and his other members besides having children are so damaging to the planet. The only interest for humanity the die out voluntarily and he's an old guy. He's like he's he would get the senior citizens special a Denny's. Like, okay. Well, if you really believe it, why didn't you do it? You know? We'll somebody's got to tell everybody else they have to die. I mean, seriously what? So Steny Hoyer was telling media that Ajioka lawmaker today yelled at California Representative democrat Tony Cardenas to quote, go back to Puerto Rico, except what the media is doing by representing this bias with a mission. Is that Representative toady Cardenist? It was his pack that also apparently reportedly helped organize the whole trip, and he was down there in Puerto Rico and apparently just back. Yeah. Yeah. So let's not talk about the actual. You know, let's make sure that we present it in the worst possible way folks, southern poverty law center's accused of racketeering and wielding the hate label to kneecap opponents this according to the Washington Times the hate they are a hateful group center for immigration studies. Follow racketeering lawsuit against the southern poverty Law Center that was one-sided by attempted murderer Floyd Lee Corcoran's who shot up. The Family Research Council offices in DC while carrying Chick-fil-A sandwiches during the whole Chick-fil-A argument of several years ago after finding their address and finding reading about them on the southern poverty law center's website. So we'll see how that goes very interesting moving on down the line, ju Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has cancelled to upcoming events. She had to speaking events this. According to a couple of news outlets. She was going to attend a January twenty ninth event in Los Angeles that was has been cancelled. And then there was another event scheduled for February six. With philanthropist, David Rubenstein, which was apparently also cancelled she's curtailing, traveling focusing our no work while recuperating from recent surgery, according to an Email from folks representing her what we do wish her a speedy recovery and hope that she is in good health moving on wash this business. So in Virginia robots are taking over grocery store, aisles. Yeah. Well, apparently, this is the thing they're they're they're they're experimenting more and more. Dress restores are experimenting. Yeah. I would be totally they're experimenting with like robots desist with like groceries and stocking and things like that. I don't know one in Virginia. It looks creepy. I wish I could show to you on the on the radio, but I can't. Ooh. Alarming burnout is making doctors want to kill themselves. According to New York Post, they say that the burn up from many doctors, it's becoming a huge problem research found that nearly half of all physicians. Feel completely depleted to the point where one in seven contemplated suicide. We're gonna have a doctor. Shortage annual med scape. Report released Wednesday finds on average forty four percent of the medical professionals that your existence depends on report feeling stressed out to the point where they've considered leaving the feel together a higher percentage of these wiped out lifesavers are women. According to the survey more than fifteen thousand doctors, the director of web MD lead medical director. Dr Bruno the Nazeri says it's alarming and the numbers haven't changed. It continues to be a trend coming up four policy expert. Steven Yates joins us on the media, blaming Syria and this terror attack that killed some Americans on the president. Also, his thoughts on this now tantrum this go back and forth between Pelosi and Trump. Stay with us. It makes me proud that..

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"steven yates" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

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11:58 min | 3 years ago

"steven yates" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"To know what you're trying to accomplish throughout the Middle East and the pieces need to be coordinated and they need to be coordinated not just an hour activties. But this is why we need allies. This is why we build alliances troubled by the nature of the president's process. Are you asking me whether or not I think foreign policy ought to be conducted by tweet. Sure is no it's not though, that's an asinine assertion to make. It's not conducted by tweet just just for the record and in talking about foreign policy. I love how no one mentions the fact that we're on the pathway. We've started a done what we haven't done previously with other administrations North Korean denuclearization. Sanctions strong sanctions against Russia for their behavior towards Crimea and Ukraine. And so many other steps that I think have really bolstered security of the United States in areas where our interests would be most affected. There are some breaking news. That's coming out. Now about the next Defense Secretary where it's disc- there. So a apparently the White House is considering Jim Webb who is a one time democrat Senator and a one time presidential candidate. If you go back to two thousand and twelve by the way, this is the guy if you go back to my audio archives. I have said of Democrats ever wanted to be very threatening in a presidential race. They'd run Jim Webb. Jim Webb is not a far left guy. He's I think more moderate than Joe Manchin is storied military career. Very nice guy. He's a democrat. He's more of a Kennedy democrat. I don't really have anything bad to say about him, except, you know, obviously, we disagree on certain things being that he's a democrat. But so that they are considering him as the next Defense Secretary, very. Very interesting. Joining us now, Steven Yates who is a foreign policy expert. He's been traveling all around the world. And we're glad to have him back with us and get his expert opinion on all of this. He previously advised former VP Dick Cheney, and he works with the international advisory. Stephen happy new year to you and welcome back. It's I hope you had a great great holiday. I did I went around the world and back, and my kids are still my kids and all is. Well, there you go all is. Well, and then of course, now where were we come from a nice relaxing Christmas season? And now here we are back in the back in the frying pan of it. All this news. That's just came out about how the White House is considering Jim Webb as the next potential. It hasn't been determined yet Defense Secretary. How does that new strike you? Well, it's interesting, and it also seems somewhat typical of what Trump be negotiator tactician would do in that. It definitely does break. A few of the narratives about him in one of those things about web, he probably aligned with the president on some of the broad foreign policy areas more than maybe even two thirds of the Republican caucus on the hill. Does. And if you just look at how people chatter bugged about Syria withdraw, you can see that there's a big this juncture web is is a little bit Trumpian was willing to say things that people might shivering timbers to year, and he did that a few times in public office. And so in this age where people come over writings, and what people said tweeted about different times, I imagine he will have some spite he thinks back there in the record for a few people. But I, you know, I I think when you're looking at what do we need from new secretary of defense ain't number one. It ought to be someone who's willing to do what the president was elected to do as much as I loved mad dog Mattis in a number of different way. He was really awful on personnel policy every once in a while. And so I think it's important that people recognize we elect presidents to be a civilian leader than the job of the secretary of defense is execute the orders of the commander in chief. And it's not to contain strain and balanced commander in chief. And so I think if Jim Webb is up to doing that mission in a deep commitment to the navy. Anyone who's interested? He's written books about his experience experiencing the navy the Vietnam war shaped a lot of his thinking about foreign policy on the use of force. And so it isn't really on substance surprising to me, I still have other people that I might favor. Former Senator Jim talent is someone that I know and like in defense issues, and he's he might not be as flashy of Jim Webb. Dick would be but substantively he'd be great. There are a few others too. So I hope they go through a good solid search in Thailand. Right. The top. Now. I agree with that. I I agree with you. Also, Jim talent, I think he would be very good. In in this in this position. Also, what did you the way that Mattis departed? What are your thoughts on that? 'cause you were I said this earlier, you were one of the first people I thought when I heard that news because Mattis's revered amongst many, obviously who were in the military, but a lot of people who are on the outside. They look at him as capable and now, of course, obviously, those who may be perhaps weren't familiar with him before came to know him through those Chuck Norris like quotes that were released in the past year and a half or so. Yeah. It's pretty it's pretty amazing. And I and that of course, that one video interview where they said what keeps you awake at night? He says nothing I keep other people awake at night is that was that a significant loss to the administration at or is that or was this just sort of maybe the natural life span of of his particular appointment in that position. How did you interpret the way that he exited as well? It was bizarre. But we live in a bizarre time. So I guess it's to be expected. It's not bizarre in the sense that you're two years in and you have turning your cabinet even in the defense department. It's if you look out over the recent day six or eight administrations turnover at date defense in other places it happened. There are some exceptions re end up with long tenures. But usually they end up being controversial tenures to. So to me, the timing was not a super shock. I think it is a loss. You have the the mad dog persona on the outside rather than on the inside. I loved the idea of the Chinese having to sit down across the table, and look this hardened marine in the in the eye and someone asks what are you? What are you going to do because I'm the defense department? I'm here to defeat our enemies and protect America. Okay. I like that. But there he at the beginning of the administration wanted to appoint a whole bunch of Hillary advisors to the Pentagon, and I am enough of a partisan where I feel like elections have consequences. Big no, not me. So I don't really believe that we have anyone but the savior himself that is deity walking on this planet. There's no one who is so perfect. And so on touchable. I think there was a little bit of too much of that persona built up about him. But I am grateful that he served. I thought it was a good appointment for the president. The naked the beginning ministration. But frankly, it became clear that he wanted to go to different policy direction inasmuch as the deer. Senator Warren who I think is one thousand and twenty four correct. Unfortunately, syria. You do have to ask you questions about what was the mission in exactly how long would you have a day, and why we die for something more than regional allies who have equity, I think she's out. I think it's a great question. And you, and I think that you brought up I think on the show last year at some point towards the end of last year. If if the average everyday American cannot clearly articulate why American forces are are in a particular part of the world without having to double check a frilly in memos or something to that effect than that's either bad messaging or it's bad strategy. I mean, there are a lot of questions as to what we know why we're still perhaps president in Afghanistan, but with regards to Syria, it seemed and you and I've discussed this before for the United States to get any more involved than we already were it seemed like a very very bad hand. And as I understood understood it we were training certain forces. I do understand having some loyalty to the Kurds though. And I I hope that I guess I guess this question is I I hope that none of this decision. Making by the. President was at all inspired by what Irwan over in Turkey wanted as opposed to some loyalty to the Kurds that have been doing a lot of heavy lifting. Your thoughts. That's an important issue. And I for one don't believe that's been the basis of the decision, partly because I see the decision as having been a huge secret hiding in plain fight for two and a half years. The president has been talking about is approach to the use of military force. He's been talking about the long term deployments. He's been talking about ISIS being the target. And maybe you never get one hundred percent of it. But it gets down to five percent or below and others need to step in. And you know, what if the mole Poku head up, again, we're gonna whack that mole? But for now, we don't need to be risking our best and brightest. And frankly, one of the best thing that should be done in policymaking processes anyone who's got a vote on whether we deploy our forces overseas should have had to have spent a little bit of time in retail politics. We will have to go into the household of these people who lose a mother, a father, a son a daughter a cousin or. Somebody for some period of time. So that you don't forget, this is not a policy memo debate society, these are real people with real sacrifices, and you better have a real clear mission to be willing to wait that treasure Amen to that. Steven Yates goodness. We're glad to have you back. Glad that you came back to us arrested and on fire. Even always, always such a pleasure. Have a great week, my friend, and I'm sure we'll talk against the intake air. Day to take care. Of course. He's on fire today. I love me. Some Steven Yates analysis we have today in stupidity on the way. I was telling you about my cool. My amazing Article V. My wonder my special wonder woman already be that I got from Caltech over Christmas. I had no idea. How long did they were all working on this? My husband was working with Chad. And some of our other friends over at Keltec, great, Florida company that makes just really kick in firearms. It is so awesome. It's end the wonder woman colors go like, the modern like the updated modern not like, you know, the which I all of it's cool. But I kinda like the darker modern kind of colors, but very cool has the wonder woman logo on it. And it was a custom that they made for me that the request of my husband and just so cool with my favorite Christmas present by far, and I'll be sharing some video about that Caltech probably support your second amendment rights. They make it possible for every employee of their company to do. So they don't copy stuff they're incredibly innovative already b. Bullpen downright incredibly innovative the chaos g tactical? Shotgun holds a whole box of shells incredibly innovative. They do things. Right. They make everything right here in the US survey. And it's a great investment. And it's I love the design. I love that. In a like, for instance, you already be the chaos g cash she twenty-five the newest addition to that line there. One hundred percent ambidextrous. 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"steven yates" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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08:07 min | 3 years ago

"steven yates" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"What Trump tweeted gosh? What did he do? We Trump's to winter who cares about the wall. Who cares about? She's moving on sanctuary cities do indeed experience higher crime rates than non sanctuary cities. According to a new study that actually was done in other news water is wet. By the way. This has made me think of it my kids software over the weekend. Or no sorry. I wanted to stay wet Thor aquaman aqua means like wet Thor. Isn't it though? Right. One of our band names of twenty nine. I haven't seen it. I loved Jason momoa don't get me wrong. But it's kind of like wet Thor moving on that was the other study, they came out the other story, whether you probably didn't hear because all you you were you were sleeping in a plate of ham. And in that in that Sargasso of between. New Year's and Christmas. So this was data that was analyze this. I got more. But wait, there's more. The American federation of government employees, sue the government over Merce. Sure. Have you been affected by the government shutdown? I still my favorite thing in the history of ever was when we had the shutdown under Barack Obama, and they literally put up those saw horses to say the parks close. All they needed was. John candy out there going the moose. Upfront shoulda told ya the parks are closed. I just it's a steerable to me guys. You can't go look at the trees that our national parks. They're closed. Wait, the parks are. Yes. The trees have stopped working where did they they left their right there. No, they're gone. So these people are suing because who cares just I think, it's funny. Also, Washington state has declared that your constitutional rights are subject to age. And by the way, for all of the stupid people out there who read with pictures, right? I'm surprised they they can feed themselves. Some of these people that have taken issue with us because I tweeted this out because Washington state has banned anyone under the age of twenty one from buying a semiautomatic rifle that's black colored. That's what an assault rifle is. It's just a black colored semiautomatic rifle. But you can buy one that has like the Woodstock or. Yeah. That's totally fine. The black paint makes the bullets shootout faster. You didn't know that? Did you? Yeah. Well, there you do. Now. You know, it the more, you know. Rainbow. So Washington state has decided we're going to go ahead and infringe on people's constitutional rights and rights are subject to age, and I had some people, and I love these people. These are the people who desperately they just I again, I don't know how they eat. Do. They have people to the food up and then deposit it from their mouths into their mouths. I don't understand because they're like, but there are a lot of things that are subject to edge. And I'm saying we're talking about legal adults here, which I should've clarified by drawing pictures to illustrate for the stupid and deliberately obtuse. Yes. That's what Washington state decided they've they've decided well, if let's go by the way, this is the accurate. Comparison here because they had people say, well, if your argument is to see if your argument is to say that we shouldn't have laws because people are going to break them. Well, then why do we murder laws at cetera et cetera. I think that is such a false equivalents. And it's a poor argument. In fact, the more correct and more logical argument with a huge caveat will touch upon in a moment would be because you have individuals out that drive under the influence or that commit vehicular manslaughter. We need to ban cars from everyone that is the more appropriate comparison with the caveat that firearms are a natural, right? As protected by the constitution, whereas vehicles are not. So this is what Washington state has decided to do. And the national black caucus blue scholarship money say what the caucus of the this is the caucus of blank York. State lawmakers they run a charity, according to the daily caller Luke Rosiak who stated to empower quote, African American and Latino youth through education and leadership initiatives by providing opportunity to higher education. But in two years that they've been getting all this money. They haven't given out a single scholarship you want to know why because they spent five hundred thousand dollars on food, limousines, and music. You didn't know that? Yeah. Politicians? They refused to divulge the charities 2017 tax filing despite federal requirements that charities do so upon request. And when they finally did it. Well, we saw why they didn't actually want to divulge any of this because they have wasted all of this money. They didn't give out a single scholarship. They spend it all on booze and limos and music. Wow. So there's another big story that you might have missed over break. And then we'll talk about this. Steven Yates tomorrow, biz Brazil has a new leader Bolsonaro has assumed presidency. This guy was was a wasn't he like attacked by antifa protesters or something like that? Or some kind of lefty far left E protesters here a Bolsonaro he was sworn in as Brazil's president Tuesday. And he's also talking about having Brazilians bear arms again to combat the high high gun homicide rate, which has really put parts of Brazil like top in the world. But yet private citizens aren't allowed to own firearms. So this is very very interesting development. So those are some of the top stories that you missed while you were on Christmas break and another one the Florida Sun-Sentinel confirmed what I said during the CNN townhall that sheriff Scott Israel, failed parkland students and he sat on that stage. Remember how I? Wanted israel. And I said that law enforcement officials his office, particularly his department recalled thirty nine times, and they did absolutely nothing. This was in spite of the fact that there were sixty nine officially documented mental health warnings where he was threatening to kill people where he was he was discussing and fetish rising violence all of this. And they didn't do anything. Yes. So I was right in the Florida Sun-Sentinel has proved it not just with one article. But with a series of articles. And in fact, they came out and said that yeah, he was wrong on that stage. I told you so and and I don't say that for for my own self aggrandizement. I hope that this goes to prevent further things like this. Yes. Wouldn't CNN immediately. Come out and say, hey, let's correct. Some of this record here that we know that we actually broadcast that night. You think they would do that we need another town sponsored thing to do. I'll get up on stage with Scott, Israel, again, we can do that. So then the meantime, we have lots more to hit a button, we have headlines coming up purple heart is a great organization that helps veterans. It's a volunteer organization. That is comprised of volunteer veterans. They don't draw salary. They just want to help their fellow their fellow man. And so many of you out there have been assisting this organization you've donated your cars, whether it's a clunker or not they don't care the condition that it's in it helps to make a difference in the lives of vets and their families cash donations. They have so many different types of programs from the P T S support to job training to education. Scholarships to the programs wherein, they get homeless veterans off the streets, or where they send their veterans who are known as national service officers to meet with other bats across the country and go through the paperwork, so that they can get the VA benefits that are owed to them. You can take action today. They.

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