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"swill" Discussed on Geek News Central
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The startup has now reached unicorn status. Meaning this will has evaluation one billion or more for those of you that are in france or maybe in the premium may be familiar with this but swell is a basically a a card that has Credits on it for your health benefits. I've had this guy on my news ban for awhile largely because he blocked me on twitter. When i dare question something he had said and who i'm talking about is star. Trek's will shatner and his plans to boldly go into space her so and he's going to be part of the four portion crew above. I know some of you star trek bands. I know some of you love shattner sanders. Nine years old joined by vice president mission on flight operations. Audrey powers manasseh engineer. Chris bosio isn't and health care. Enterpreneur glen dee rees. Of course he is the actor who played captain james kirk original star trek tv series and of films so Anyway he looks pretty good for ninety years old to be honest with you still got all of his hair. 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"swill" Discussed on 850 WFTL
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"swill" Discussed on Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield
"Is will see. She writes in this book and she has to remind christians. I find it amazing that in this day and age that someone else to write this to remind christians among the greatest truths that we seem to stop preaching. I don't know what it is but she needs to remind us that god is against evil and suffering in a world. He's not the origin of evil evil. As a means to justify some cosmic ends rav. God fights evil and god's sovereignty sovereignty. It's not the cost of everything it's about redemption of think. Can we understand the cause of the pain and the problems and the difficult and in his sovereign power he will redeem it all. That's our hope. Paul and i remember that. This is not god swill. The god is fighting evil. God came in the flesh. Jesus didn't announced everything already. Manifested god's will jesus sets out to establish god's will and jesus taught us. He saw you and me to pray and participate. In god's will being made manifest as is in heaven sees not all god's will see that's the source of hope isn't it because if the plane frederick let's pack hope now and let's leave because we have no hope we believe. The vote is the cause of all evil. If that's what we believe that's our hope we know. This is not that we know that one day we will be comforted. That's the promised. Jesus gives us beatitudes blessed to those lament because they know they're going to be comforted. We note is the day when they'll be no more death. Do we know massaro. No more pain no more crying. Noma suffering that has revelation twenty one verse. Four to five tells us the all things all things will be made new. The all things will be healed that at some point in the future the final word will be spoken. God is goes intervene. God will judge. God will put things right and lament is one of the ways. We defiantly say that this is not over. Do we gather we find ourselves in between we know. God is loads from christ. But we're still waiting for the fullness of that. I.
General Mark Milley Fails to Acknowledge Communist Roots of Critical Theory
"Isn't it isn't a typical though, like a lib. You're attacking the military. So now we're attacking the military. Those of us who are trying to protect the military try to get them back in their lane. The military that's buckling. To the propaganda and the programming. The most radical elements in our society and our law schools. Push by our so called Commander in chief. Now we You and I are attacking the military by defending the military. What kind of a jerk is this? That guy who likes Being the head of the joint Chiefs because this is the only way it works when your complete sell out, and he's a complete seller. Go ahead. Seeing some theories that are out there that was started Harvard Law school years ago, and it proposed that there were laws in the United States actually started before Harvard. Nice try. Why don't you mention Herbert? Marcus is a communist. Why don't you mention then he came to the United States from Berlin and the Franklin swill of Communists. Why don't you mention that he is the founding father of critical theory? And then you say it came from Harvard Law School. It came from him first. Then it worked its way to Stanford and Harvard and all the rest. Why don't you mention the marks is underpinnings of this ideology, But you didn't not once.
"swill" Discussed on eBikeNews - der Podcast
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"swill" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"Other thing That has has not been mentioned. And i think it's about time to turn what i don't know if i wanted to mention it. Well it's going to get mentioned because you made reference to being on periscope and doing so-called political rent there that is no longer going to be the case. The new case ladies and gentlemen philly andris is rolling out. A brand new podcast. It'll be completely apart from the phil. Hendrie show podcast. What is going to be political right. I don't even know that. I should be talking about this year. We talked about what autism. 'cause i don't wanna pollute this show with politics and it's happened time and again and a lot of people don't like it be honest with you. I don't like it. Well what are you talking. You've got certain political points of view. Yeah but even. If i have to even if i'm doing a podcast that's political in nature. I'm not sure. I wanna promoted here. You understand yes sir. Philip being over trying to do is help. I'm just trying to help fill. Don't go balling is great. You wanna you wanna tell. I don't need a towel. How about a handkerchief. That'll do you sorry. You feel away margaret. I appreciate you try to help. I really do. I'm just trying. I'm looking out for your best interest. I understand that and margaret. believe me. thank you. But i don't want to rule out any announcement for it okay. It'll be announced on twitter. Well did you already answered on twitter. He said that yeah seen it already today and everything. You tweeter on twitter man. Many times i gotta tell you what you dumb sorry. We'll look at you. Aren't you the foul booed. Because you catch her bringing all this stuff up. You can't let me tell you something. I'm not a beatnik. I'm not one of your underground bohemian types. Right margaret i'm not one of your underground wine swilling speed taking bohemian creeps. That you love to hang with. Who do i hang with. It's like that. I'm just kidding but i will tell you this what i forget all right folks so anyway. Yeah she'll be looking for that podcast. Whatever it's called and we don't want to mention it exactly.
"swill" Discussed on The War on Morons
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"swill" Discussed on The War on Morons
"The quiet part out loud. If you'd focus on one project addict high they wouldn't have to talk about. Add right like he's got like a few too many policy he said that he's planning on sending manned missions to mars Within the next five years. So i mean at least somebody give him some credit. At least somebody out. There still wants to bring us into the future instead of sending us into the stone-age trail Purely he's not all that concerned with you in life in the process so he said a group of people will probably die. I mean a group of people will probably die. I mean that sounds reasonable. I mean look look pretty excited. I mean even used. It's like is. He is is reduced glowing. His face was bright he was talking about. How much of an adventure. It would be incredible. It be and now. Yeah he said a bunch of people just aren't gonna make it is most of the people will probably gonna die. If not in the ship definitely gonna die on mars. He was his practically. Pigeon a tat. Who the hell's gonna sign up for this. Maybe people that are trying to get away from the cyborg chimpanzees and the genetically engineered dinosaurs and the drag racing. Self-driving robot cars. He's making earth into a fucking terrorism. Terrorizing nightmares. you know. Obviously i hadn't even thought about the self driving cars. But maybe he's been watching fast and furious movies transformers. Oh my god transformers shit. We're gonna have a lot of explosion mad max. Well i mean ilan definitely bill gates the one. That's gonna get us there anyway. There's another call coming in. I think we got more here. All right can get this one. I'm i'm pretty sure. I'll take this lonzo area code five five new mexico. Maybe it's Maybe somebody over at one of those of us bring walking idea offer all right hello caller. You're on state your name and we're gonna pro lie holly in from you. That's me. Hey laura also. How's everything going out new mexico. Oh yes. I'm halley the by national it. Oh man vastly adverse impacts devyani. Yeah it's been fucking on That you on. That's the right man he doesn't you know i didn't do the some some guy called this a while ago guy found. You're the one that made the tape. Right yeah you find the right people. I put them you launch. Hold so you you see left that tape in the desert on purpose. Yeah i wasn't my idea. Is that bula always know the right thing to do. So i got. I'm really curious. So when you're seeing the space alien debutante. I'm assuming you're Maybe awesome substances. I mean i am different something every time. I'm like that doesn't care he's with it anyway. It's not why we calling it your to call them on you. How do you want to know her. But i me pay it on my guy got some pretty cool stuff going on. Oh maybe i doing the cult of you on the cult of yeah now like you. He's humanity like a new level of business man. Like i wouldn't go to mars my alien boyfriend my mind me. Hey i mean. He's looking for volunteers. But i don't know if you heard that last story said that And there's a good chance he wouldn't actually make it to mars. I mean is that a risk you're willing to take one deficit real y'all it's fate anyway then like you may doubt Whatever all right. Well you heard it here for i folks death is not real so i guess there's nothing on your back. There's nothing holding.
"swill" Discussed on The War on Morons
"You know everybody knows that guy who raises chickens is basically a rapist. So that's that's apparently what they were. They got the idea. This is the level of crazy. I think all farmers are chicken. Fuckers like they need to watch that episode a little closer. 'cause that was a motherfucker with the library but the bills specifies the animals can only be eat after dying dying in killed for no no. You can't kill the animal. You can't slaughtering animals to die like of natural causes. Or i dunno fucking disease. So they're not being all meet. good news. we we jumped the gun. A little fox us conservatives. You know we're a little as we jump the gun so we apologize. Let's walk that back. You can't eat me. They're not banning me. It's just that it has to be meet that he's too old or diseased for you to want to eat it. That's okay because they care about your health. They wanna turn you into carrying her. They wanted turn you know boulter carrying. Oh yeah if you if you see well honestly where does that. Leave -tarian interesting gray doing to the vultures into the crows racing. You hit an animal with your car. Is it then criminal to eat that animal protein diet out of. Did you kill it. Are you a rapist now. Maybe you have to go to trial. It's basically like a like a manslaughter versus a murderer. Honestly if i were you a few were in oregon still for some fucking reason I would just go ahead and get tesla because at least if you're driving a self driving car driving car you have plausible deniability and you may be animal. You ran over. Maybe that could be your your one. Bit of man will protein a year. It'll be it'll be a squirrel or a fucking raccoon that you're your tesla runs as much as everybody thinks about the idiots in portland when they think about oregon as just a tiny little corner of the state like people realize to live in albany oregon for a long time. It's a huge state really big farming ranching industry there. i looked at twelve thousand beef producers. Am the raise one point. Three million hedda cavalier. They've got a ton of gary. You tillamook cheese. Yeah that that's an oregon. I've actually been their creamery before the shining. Yeah we'll fuck them their rapists and they're murderers you get there five. When you were touring the tillamook. We'll see i wasn't woken up by see. I didn't realize a cow that you're you're sexually assaulting. You didn't see them pulling out there. Dixon just penetrating the cows as part of the milking cross. Let's see. I didn't understand that until i heard about oregon bill. Ip thirteen now. I know how meat is. Murder theory is rape. Oregon's fucking crazy. It's more just writing bills up there. What the hell's going on a positive note at least the anti fuss gonna be even more malnourished. They were before. Thank god at this right. They'll never burn that courthouse down. They have been dried along. Fuck diorite over year. Like i feel like like here in tennessee or something. If we ever went crazy and decided that we were gonna fucking burn down. Government buildings like it wouldn't take us a year now. It would not only now but yeah thirteen thousand years of animal domestication at it ends like this at the hands of anemic misshapen fucking malnourished pound portland soy so good job oregon and all that said now that i've heard the story that up cartoon we saw the other day does make a little bit more. Oh my god i see. I'd put that out so you're talking about the former dude on. Yeah mean. I think i'm gonna be sick just thinking about it on so let's make everybody else sick too because i actually. I called the clip from it and I i'm more than happy to to queue it up so they can all enjoy the the farmer from al reverence go. What the hell why not. I'll pull it up here for all right. Ratty come on spain love. You must be here to see steve. 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"swill" Discussed on The War on Morons
"Be fucking weird anyway way he looks. I wouldn't be surprised. Feel like he hangs up seven eleven. Yeah give him a couple of years anyway. Staying in the sunshine state. We've got a well. Florida woman headline for you. It's a pretty crazy. One police are on a witch hunt for a woman that performed money cleansing spiritual services. Although i think i know this is going money. Clinton has this happened in naples which is basically the last stop before death. Her boomers you can't afford to live in palm beach county. That's exactly what that really really awesome. Place don't don't able now anyway. This woman is at least. She calls herself rosalie out and she posted flyers at a laundromat that advertised a one hundred percent guaranteed to fix any problem with the spouse now before going further. If if you're in a laundromat and you're seeing some kind of flyer. That's advertising a one percent guaranteed to fix anything that doesn't have to do with like fixing lawn mower. Just don't go. they're gonna say she knows her target audience. Can you think of a more embittered couples than the one that has to go to a laundromat. In naples florida jesus. Yeah well i guess. She gave her some points for marketing. While on any winter Customers met up with her. She'd read tarot cards can send something dark and evil and then send them home to sleep with three eight. Six under their pillow fights for creativity. I guess like a house. The hell do you do that. Wouldn't they break. I'm maybe it was one of those purple mattresses. My god promo code. More as they would not anyway when they brought back the eggs she'd say the eggs were one egg with full of blood. The second egg is full of needles and the third egg is full of worms. Yeah they're full of blood and needles in worms. Sounds like the san francisco sidewalk anyway. He then say that the only solution was to give her is much cash money as possible so she could take the cash to a temple and blessed but but no worries because of course she returned and she double the money so far. This makes a lot of sense right. So you're telling people actually did. This gave her all the money they had. Somebody gave her twenty nine thousand dollars. People this stupid getting this much money. Have you heard of this guy named joe biden. I mean that's probably where they're getting some of it. I mean he's giving it away like candy. Maybe they took out one of those. Ppp loan gave it to a gypsy. These people's parents. I've known about the cursed money gypsy trick since i was nine years old. Wait so this isn't the only gypsy that can magically double your money and cheer the bloody needle eggs now. You know what no. She's not the only gypsy that's pulled off the all. Your money is curse. Give it to me. I'll remove the curse trick. I just don't of course he'd like. It's a new twist though i'll give her that. That doesn't even make any goddamn fucking marks. You know to be fixing their relationship issues. That's what i want to know. I mean talk about going a little off court dollar one now. They say the number one cause of relationship problems is money issues. Well she fix those all right now. You have no money issues because you have no. There's the monkey for ya. Yeah i mean. She went to the temple. He was going to double it then. She realized no no. No no no no. I'm just gonna go to the fucking hardrock imaginer the four. You had relationship issues now you have to force lawyer issues. Yeah old now. You have no relationship. It's we'll thanks which we'll speaking of home readers and the like whole foods will soon let customers pay by palm scan with the controversial new technology from amazon that link your credit card to the ridges beans and lines in your hand. It's not creepy at all. So they're just basically fucking with the christians our and also i mean at this point they might as well just call it the mark of the beast strive again you just put your hand over there by the the some vitamin and one of those checkout lines faster. Oh yeah according to the article on this the Palm scanners process a transaction in less than three hundred milliseconds. We couldn't put six hundred sixty six milliseconds sad. It was right there. Stop returning about that. I don't even know how fast a millisecond is. But i mean that's got to be quick right like i mean. That's that's what i'm worried about when i'm at the grocery store in the checkout line i'm like boy two seconds it takes them the reason a read my visa card. Oh my god. I as their bagging up my hambur like they're already bagging my groceries. It's not like it's sitting my day back over there but these people. I don't know i just need to give. Jeff bezos my fucking by autry. We gotta move this thing along. This is not going fast enough for me. Hopefully nobody's chops my goddamn hand off. So they can steal my bank account. Gypsies say go get except for. You know the hamburger buns. I mean you know when he getting at here the they're trying to kill the planet a wholesome forgot about that no more burgers burgers come on man. Man feature sucks. Designate fox was happening. I looked cooler. That shoes now. What the nothing to say. The other one look cool worries alaska on her that. What was that one where it's kind of like what we're seeing now. I think everybody took a vaccine to cure cancer. And then like will smith was the only guy that didn't take it and everybody else turned into a zombie or vampire so anyway. I'm getting off track but since you brought up the war on me. Let's go to oregon our. There's a bill in the state legislature that would essentially man all meet. Sure sure but keep in mind folks. This was conspiracy theory right there yet. Consumer real art bell shit except for this is actually a this is. This is a bill this oregon bill. Ip thirteen p. thirteen p. something it would criminalize raising animals. Anywhere in the state would also reclassify. Animal has been re practices as sexual assault right. Because i mean if we're going by south park standards.
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"To dc. Police cars were totalled after officers. Decided to drag raise each other. That's the thing we do. Now the apocalyptic hellscape that is washington. Dc our nation's capital I guess it could have been a lot worse. I mean if you watch cnn. I mean you'd think that they'd be out hunting black people like into safari but what the fuck rag racing in their police. I guess they didn't have you know if they're i don't know if d. c. d. funded the police yet officially. But this is what happens when you defend the police. There ain't nobody coming to repossess those cars safety funded everyone. He's a police officers with no jobs. Nothing to do and typically dodge challenger are they going to go out on a call. You know somebody. Yeah you know There's a couple of black girls. They're fighting. They're about to stab each other. Yeah yeah you can go to that one. Nope i don't wanna lose my job. I don't wanna go to jail for saving. Somebody's life at least nobody's going to call them. Racists for it there are stupid reckless maybe even criminally insane but that might be about the only thing. A couple of cops can do these days. That isn't get called racist. Ma you might be giving people a little more credit than they deserve and have you been on twitter. I'm just saying. I bet if you go on twitter. Somebody's out there saying like. Oh well i bet. If they were black they would. They would have been able to do this. They would have gotten shot by by another cop or something splitter successful. I've never been in a long time. Supposedly though these officers were quote new to the department which is why they thought they could raise their squad car through washington. Dc at sixty miles an hour. I just wanna know how anybody found that much room to drive in washington. Dc as much traffic as they've got down there like were they doing this at like three in the morning. Your some cream like you. I'm sure that sirens heard clear. I three anyway. It looks like we're getting a call. Sorry i'll take the area code three zero five. You are on with the war on morons. Tell us your name and where you're calling to eat the exceed grew. See all right your story others and driving those cool man. I love it. I you know. Yeah it'd be only mandate cool man. I love hearing that. The time like nike cool. You know but don't that's cool. I mean i guess you know life you live. Have your credit card. It drive now. I got the those down here. You know trump florida you know. Sometimes they added police level. It's you know like we go fast. You know like we don't even have we. Don't even add it. You think the police are trying labor. Just you just you in. They did all dial you know. Got his break you. This is not what a typical police officer third died on. Now it is now it. It should be mad at a p maybe one day police officer. I'm good at driving state. Doubt vfw man. I fucking fan fan. I never go. I've never gone less than three digit you doing. I am reading now. I gotta be dealer a bmw. No i drive for a living man. I finish it i i i love it i drive. I live food and You know different shit you know. I got it like the hoover. Yeah you're but yeah i do. Why do to You know fort lauderdale airports the miami airport. I ought to be just. Don't give a fuck out venom. I get there so bad. So bad i give him the to see you want like thrash. They will. Hey nobody's gonna die. You know. I do the same thing as a police. That's like with your sister story. Made me want to call in. I got you're on my on. My bmw was tricked out. Trick the fuck out. Light bar light bar. It says comfortable spending a car. What rich man come on demand. Shit man come on. It's not blue and red blue and red because white light white lesson read like an ambulance man. Hey you know what did what did he say. Long beach lack real five beach. We got the need at that. That's for damn sure. I mean i know they have some driver sent in miami but that guy sounds a theory concerning i appreciate the thing about the ubereats. There's nothing worse than when you ordered the food and it's cold when you gotta wait like when it says they're going to happen like thirty minutes or whatever it just keeps changing and changing. This guy will get there. It's like a race against time. It's his thirty. he'll get it there and twenty. Yes yeah ago you know 'cause a five car pileup and you'll never food but hey it's better than justin bieber being down in miami. Remember that i do. I really crashed the car. Something here. just a monastic emmy. He's justin bieber. So i was gonna say as you newburgh driver.
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"I told you about gimmick infringement. That's john kerry. How about how about china. I though the that's taken can't surprise. Hundred biden has jumped on. I would love to see a podcast by hunter biden. Just smoking crack and parmesan cheese china. I i mean that'd be some real dystopia ship. Maybe lawn blunt could come on smoke a blunt with or something had to. I guess some really great ramana. Oh jeez today. Some mozzarella cheese put him. Crackpot math five. Why am i here folks. Oh yeah i'm here because she's gonna give me some more money. I think china's rigid and cool on mars rather fuck. I watched that show. I don't know where this is going but we could do. Go china go with comrade j. Conrad boy is inviting. We can't match hunter. No yeah you know. We could try for our first story tonight. We're gonna talk why you should be putting a gas chamber if you've ever even mouth the pledge of allegiance yet. But we'd be wearing masks. Of course. I don't want to fly. Anyway i i haven't tried to lately. I mean if if enough people are watching we probably can't. I'm so with that. Said thanks for tuning in spread. The word hami media group that fahd dot com. Tv that gap dot com just for having a gamma gallic. Probably probably some trouble but we appreciate you. Yes and we'll get right into it. But i remember if you wanna be a part of the show tonight. Call us up on our hotline. It's eight one three nine six nine zero nine nine. Email us at the war on morons gmail.com or best of all. Just leave the common in the chat. Tell us what you think. Live and inaction and now the stack of stupidity. I thought you were going to do pretty allow start things off. So let's go to new orleans where well tulane lane. University hasn't notable guest speaker covenant campus. This fall discuss fake news. And how it polarizing politics okay so. They scored trump. That's a big. Oh boy because of the fake news thing. The ends polarizing politics like his old. I mean i think you might have missed the part where this is a college. Campus doesn't have a college campus is not going to let the i. Don't care if it's on mar-a-lago itself. No i mean it's it's it is always the end you were telling this. They're bringing in world-famous crackhead trader warmonger and alleged pedophile. Hunter biden. okay you know. I thought that the podcasting was funny but actually plausible. This is outrageous. Can you imagine this motherfucker being like your professor. Being expected to these people pay for a semester. Tulane university do much obviously expected to take notes on h- ramblings of crackhead hunter biden. I mean if anybody knows about this guy. Their crime is uncountable indiscretions in crimes. They weren't even allowed to be printed without your newspaper. Getting the platform he a whole arise and i mean to be fair. He did write a fake memoir. That nobody read does that. I mean i'm sure there's a lot of fake shit in there you know. He just wants to go down to new orleans. We can get wasted on hurricanes cheap blow and banco as honestly that might be if anybody out there is listening in you happen to attend tulane. You might wanna sign up for this class. You might wanna meet honor. Something bad's probably gonna happen. But i mean he's loaded jewish expensive. I mean look. I'm telling you the networking networking opportunity. But you probably sue him for sexual harassment at a bare minimum. They're not gonna forgive your student loans. So i mean if hunter has to drag you know hotel room that brad somehow down handle anyway. Speaking of the biden despite olive his greenest efforts. Things haven't been going very well for burger is through joe when it comes to climate alarmist faction of the last honor stay a protest group calling themselves extinction rebellion woo showed up with dozens of pink wheelbarrows full of cow manure and dumped it on the white house lawn. Jeez i mean. I know the dr joe was mad. I mean that's gotta fuck upper her trailer park s lawn decoration cow. When you are with like used to make explosives like isn't this an act of terrorism. No no they're they're left wing or god they could be. They could show there with a nuclear warhead and they'd be like a peaceful. That's so nice i mean. Apparently they just don't think biden's been doing quite enough environment now. He hasn't been doing now. Let's see the first thing he did as has president. Was he shut down the oil pipelines in killed one hundred thousand jobs He he raised the cost of gas by at like a dollar a gallon. He put us back in. The paris accord shakedown I mean he. He helps tank our economy for these nut jobs. I mean last week he said he was gonna limited us like two ounces of beef a month. I mean what do they wanna do. Is he got a ban electricity. Does he have to outlaw. The automobile honestly. I know exactly what these people are craving you move the white the planet off the face of the universe. Gino how jonestown happened the kool aid yet. So basically what. These people want is a cult and they don't have a cult leader. They were hoping that. Joe biden would become their cult. Leader can lead them all to Selfless suicide where we would give ourselves back to mother earth and the indigenous people what they want. I think i've finally figured it out. Somebody just needs to give them encouragement. They need to just do it on their own. You don't need a cult leader people you can do it. I know you're all on medication. Could back it isn't medication. Really environmentally friendly. That's all i'm saying. Are they environmentally friendly. They're humans their dirty human harvesting the raw materials. Medications right manufacturing plants in epa rated. Yeah maybe something to i mean. They never seem to get to the part where you know. We're in the matching tennis shoes and castrating themselves before they drink the cyanide. Anyway since we're talking about these delusional doomsday cultists Did you hear the latest from john. Kerry the climates. Are you know i didn't. I'm not the iranian foreign minister. So i have to get my john kerry new secondhand talking about that. that's a whole different ball of wax. I didn't even put that in the stack as it's like. Oh you saw on tape openly giving people military secrets to fucking iran. Nah we'll stick to the kind of funny stuff. So i'll as crazy as it would seem a member of the president's cabinet To do the thing with iran that actually makes sense in context of something. He said earlier this month at that virtual climate summit with the leaders in the heads of state from across the world. You don't want that biden. Was the only one that was wearing a mask. Yeah yeah so. So this stupid idiot said and i quote we need to remove co two from the atmosphere carbon dioxide. Yeah yeah we need to completely remove all co two from the atmosphere. Seems like that would maybe kill every living thing on the planet probably would. It is a natural product left his saw john kerry john kerry's the jim jones. God fucking help them. I mean that's that's not exactly a lot of charisma. What he said this.
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"It seems like they're everywhere you turn every single day they invade the headline and other half week criminal with the half-baked scheme. I met a social media. Simple to go in another florida man stretching the bounds of another best w your orbit temperature and that's not even the worst from the empty talking heads on the cable news channels humorless access hollywood to the p brain politicians women the puppet strings everywhere. You look. there's another idiot telling you live your life more on joe. The man without of rain. I'm not to just circle. Back with joe biden. Much why as sofi route so strong so some irreverent. Would you outrace took the trip up. The north pole i went there and vaccinated santa claus myself. Telling people won't get it's ninety percent effective. Saw the reason that my friend jamal's dad lives in jail berry out there. The reason black people in a mirror his daddy slimming done even at form. Look this will j. n. And isa have had enough all with clever satire madcap humor and the craziest cast of characters in podcasting landing up and taking aim at the world of stupidity every single week because it is time to go to war war on more it is tuesday may fourth twenty twenty one in this episode. Seventy nine of the war. On morons on jay. And i'm an isa and may the fourth be with you. Also welcome to the show where we laugh are smart asses office dumb acids i was gonna say. Is this the new fourth order. We can't can't steal the giving anyway. This is actually the show where we laugh our local asses off at the dumb ass is. Yeah it's i mean it's the cinco de mayo addition right. I'm trying to hit him with that. You know that mexican flair first of all. That's tomorrow okay. I do. I mean you know. What do you think locally. I don't exactly speak espanol. Ma a come from this. Little place called america. You know you might have heard of it. Used to be pretty awesome and ironically much like the cinco de mayo better before somebody imported a bunch of corona. If you thought the flu is bad have you ever tried. Just tried drake and a few of those that i mean. It tastes like my boroughs. Be really we're going. We're going full tilt with this hour starting to show tonight c. See me have blow fiesta. Who the hell taught you spanish peggy. I'll stop espinola forgot. I don't really know exactly where i was going with that. All right. it's probably for the best. Just give that around. It is funny. You run up. Peggy king of the hill. Yeah i was actually just thinking about that. The other day. I mean with everything getting rebooted realized reimagined having i heard they're gonna make some more beavis and butthead. Yeah you know gotta be while they're at it to judge. How about some new king of the hill. I go for that. Yeah this is the time for it and you know instead of another terrible family guy spin off or another decade of the simpsons. I mean it hasn't been good since like season seven. You know honestly even south park. Yeah i mean. They're not what they used to story but like flat. I want to see twenty twenty one king of the hill. I want like south park. Their little pandemic deal. I wanna see the king of the hill pandemic special. You know even ghost adventures got that shit. Let's say came the hill. Ghost adventures has an entire network. What yeah pretty much. I mean you ever watch the discovery of clause anyway but just imagine all the possibilities. Just dale grill along. I mean can you picture. I think listening to info wars. These days is something. Can you picture how dale respond to a world. Where all of his conspiracy theories are coming through all my god. He'd have to unveil that. He has a secret atomic bunker. The backyard something he'd be like. Oh you think. Bill gates put hiv in the vaccine. What if i told you bill gates isn't even human being you know who can't catch your synthetic virus is android the robot takeover starts now and it's patented by microsoft that's-that's. Meanwhile you know. Bobby would be riding by to every pharmacy in arlington. Get back seen on the market. So he could get free doughnuts sold but he'd got to hide it from hank. Could you know he wouldn't really trusted it. No no no. Those are biden donor from hillary clinton akron. Eventually i mean you know bobby would get caught. Because he gained so much weight from all that free junk food he could make get anymore. It's best deal. Dad like all i gotta do is just stick out my arm and i get to have a free hotdog every day. I get a spicer of cheese cake. I even got you. A case at alamo beer dad. That's the antichrist's beard. Bobby port down the grain. Pariahs writing itself alf. I mean peggy would be so excited for in person learning at the school for the first time in over a year but all the kids would be illegal immigrants who got tossed over the border wall. There'd be nobody for her to teach me. She would be teaching spanish. She'd be doing the teaching english to spanish speakers out there saying it wrong. Yeah and they'll be like twenty five years old. I have a full fucking beard going on neat neat or school near the school and luan. You're never louis and yeah. I bet she'd have purple hair. She identifies a sausage now. Know she'd spent all her time in houston at a black live matter riot. Isn't she a white girl. Exactly that's the whole point. She's i mean she's a mentally ill. White woman who's impressionable. And the core of a hanks. Dad i mean maybe die from cova. That'd be kinda sad he would not die. Fuck no maybe. Maybe bill would die. From cotton wouldn't wear a mask. He wouldn't take a shot you know. How many hordes. I banged in korea. I didn't even wear rubber. You try and tell me. I gotta wear masks.
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"Com slash chat. Do point out. This does relieve a little bit of pressure on those. Who don't wanna wear masks because there's no longer the corona karen. Kyle's can't hide. Well there's a there's a mask mandate in you you need to follow the mandate no not anymore. Now you're going to have to tell and this is why big corporations bad then. I have this woman who's is a correspondent to defer cnn. She writes i the amount of anxiety hearing from folks in texas. This high one friend is telling me. I'm not going inside stores if masks enforced and then this lady who writes for cnn so obviously the bar is not like super high to get in. We know that she writes. I can't comprehend. How approach this with such enthusiasm. it could backfire economically. I know right brianna. Bionic golden swill. Somebody think of the big box stores. Somebody think about amazon and walmart. How dare governor santa day abbott open up and allow businesses to try. And i don't know make a living targets. Oh no what a dumb thing to write. It could back fire economically. Why are we not gonna be able to deliver anymore. Don't worry if you skid. If you were scared of the virus you can stay in your little pod and everything delivered to you. None of it changes. If you wanna wear sixteen different masks you can. Now the only differences you have zero point zero High ground any argument now. Of course the transition to and i got a left calf from california. Tried to tell me. Oh we pro life or pro birth. If we don't wear matt's think about immuno compromised. Immune compromise all right. The immune compromised people. What the hell did you do up until february twenty nine hundred nineteen or twenty twenty or whatever the hell february of twenty twenty. What did you do during flu. Season's that now your immune compromised self can't handle things.
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"Attacks of September 11 on the World Trade Center, the Pentagon Failed hijacking that resulted in the deadly crash in Pennsylvania. In a speech. George W. Bush stated. Islam is peace. That the millions of Muslims in the U. S are quote an incredible valuable contribution to our country and that Americans should treat each other with respect. In a time of crisis, George W. Bush gave the speech to comfort the wounded country and attempt to bring the people together and at least for the time. It worked. In fact, in light of the times we live in. Jenna Bush's daughter recently shared the text of the entire speech. Which you may want to check out in. Read that you're at your leisure. I will do my best. George W. Bush. I do not have a Texas drawl. But let me read you a few of the more Germaine And important paragraphs. The face of terror is not the true faith of Islam. That's not what Islam is about. Islam is peace. These terrorists don't represent peace. They represent evil and war. When we think of Islam. We think of a faith that brings comfort to a billion people around the world. Billions of people find comfort and solace and peace, and that's made brothers and sisters out of every race. America accounts. Millions of Muslims among our citizens and Muslims make an incredibly valuable contribution to our country. Muslims are doctors, lawyers, law professors, members of the military and entrepreneurs, shopkeepers, moms and dads, and they need to be treated with respect in our anger and emotion. Our fellow Americans must treat each other with respect. Then I'm reading from George W. Bush's speech just a few days after the September 11th terrorist attacks, Couple more paragraphs. Women who cover their heads in this country must feel comfortable going outside their homes. Moms who wear cover must not be intimidated in America. That's not the America I know That's not the America high value. I've been told that some fear to leave. Some don't want to go shopping for their families. Some don't want to go about their ordinary daily routines because by wearing cover, they're afraid they be intimidated. And that will not stand in America. Those who feel like they can intimidate our fellow citizens to take out their anger don't represent the best of America. They represent the worst of humankind, and they should be ashamed of that kind of behavior. That's an excerpt of George W. Bush's speech a few days after September 11th. Now George W. Bush do not have command of soaring rhetoric, but that maybe is most important speech of his Two term presidency just a few days after September 11, and that brings us finally to a man who did, in fact, have command of soaring rhetoric. President Barack Obama, who made history obviously is the first black president, the U. S. And his first inaugural address. January, 20th 2009 recognized the financial crisis the nation was facing and again he also talked about trying to unify. The country and I read a paragraph here and then we'll play a portion of a speech from 2000 and nine We are a nation of Christians and Muslims, Jews and Hindus and non believers. We are shaped by every language and culture drawn from every end of this earth, And because we have tasted the bitter swill of civil war and segregation and emerged from that dark chapter stronger and more united, we cannot help but believe that the old hatreds shall someday pass. That the lines of tribes shall soon dissolve that as the world grows smaller, our common humanity shall reveal itself and that America must play its role in ushering in a new era of peace. The speech lasted about 40 minutes and concluded with this this passage. This is Barack Obama from 2000 and nine a zoo. We consider the role that unfolds before us. Way..
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"Instead of me saying that I don't wanna talk to you. They're about eight billion people that don't want to hear you. Now I'm not gonna mention you by name, but if you're on hold, it might be you. It's time to go into that dark room. It's time to look in the mirror and ask yourself she talking about me. Could he be talking about me? Probably it is a short segment. So I'm not really sure I should get into this one. This one ran that I want to talk about. Like I don't know what the more interesting angle is The fact that there are four million bobbleheads from 2020. They're sitting in storage boxes across Major league baseball stadiums, and a lot of them are for players that do not play with the team anymore. That's a fact. That's a thing. Or is it this Jerry Jones stopped to pose for a picture inside of a 7 11 while holding a bottle of $6 red wine. I think about that for a minute. Okay, I'm done thinking about it. That's all the information I needed. Jerry Jones at a 7 11 posing for a picture double fisting swill wine. All day. Every day is way more interesting. Yesterday, Jerry Jones was allegedly holding Dak Prescott out of the 2021 height videos. Today he's all over the Internet inside of a 7 11 posing with a Chiefs fan holding some bottom shelf gas station booze. And honestly, I think it's pretty awesome. First off nothing against 7 11. Never mind that I live in a town where I think there's one Normally there on every street corner. I live in a town where there is one. It's a really nice one. But there's one But I'm here for it like it's a really good convenience store. It has almost anything you need. If I need a pack of gum, I'll go there if I need a pact or a bottle of five hour energy I'll go there and the reason I'm not mentioned or trapper. I've already got so much old trapper always have it. I'm just saying, if I need something a little different If it's a late night and I need pop tarts. I could get him there. If I need detergent, I can get it there. I gave you all want there, but I've never bumped into a person worth 8.5 Bill. 7 11 7 11 is more synonymous as the store for people, you know the average person. Not eight to have Bill but 8.5 bucks. Right? Here's Jerry Jones owner. The Cowboys inside a 7 11 like the rest of us John Q. Public getting a bottle of $6 red And Prosper Texas, a town of about 22,000 people. The hell is Jeremiah doing in the sticks getting toilet wine? Some people are speculating that he may have been there to actually talk to Dak. Because, according to rampant Twitter comments, and I don't know if it's true or not. I'm always saying what I'm seeing on Twitter. Dak lives in the area. So maybe Jeremiah didn't want to ring the doorbell without having something in his hands. So he stopped off at 7 11 and he grab something on the same level as Carlo Rossi. Imagine Cheragh. Going out to Dax house, maybe to apologize about that whole height video thing and showing up with Josh wine. Because he was in a pinch and had to stop off at 7 11. That was the best he could do, or even worse, the best he wanted to do. What, man? You couldn't get it in a box. Hey, Doc. Carrie, What are you doing here? I brought you something. I brought you a box. Is your box of wine. Sorry about that height video thing. Actually kind of awesome If our dad could be like, Yo, JJ JJ, where's the greasy hot dog that's been spinning on that roller for three days. You show up with a box of wine and not one of them dogs. About the mountain of scratcher tickets. Yo, big Dawg. You got my Slurpee. About my packing heaters. And the Red box DVD. If you're gonna buy wine from a 7 11, you may as well go all in and grab everything else that people get when they're there in the photo. Hosted by the woman that he met. Jarrah is wearing a tucked in college shirt and slacks, which makes him the first person in the history of 7 11 to have either one of those things or any of those things. All three of those things but tucked in shirt. Ah, caller and slacks. I think that guy's stuck out very much nothing against the woman that he posed with, but prove my point. She was in sweat pants, which is even overdressed for 7 11. I mean, she probably rolled in there with her dress, sweat pants, and I bet the dude behind the counter is like you think you're better than me. You're gonna come up in here, flossing in sweat pants. You're gonna wear your Sunday best up in here. Anyway. From now on, Keep your eyes peeled at the 7 11. You never know when you might see a billionaire holding $6 swill. Potentially honest way to his franchise. Quarterbacks house to Break Wonder Bread Drink low, wrong grape. Make peace. Too much, man. This guy Billionaire. With a B. NATO have bees. In fact, Rolling out of there was $6 toilet wine. Man. I wouldn't put that crap in my toilet. What do you mean? You know what I mean? When we come back. Poor regard and forgot about you..
"swill" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"People out on the street. We have tourists walking around you do have some restaurants are open. In fact, people are coming up here to the fencing to get a look at the Capitol and take a picture. But what is omnipresent all over D. C is all of the fencing. You got the national guard with rifles at the ready the National Guard vehicles. One thing is very clear that D C is locked down now. DC's mayor merrier. Power went on meet the press and said, while the capital in symbolic structures have been transformed into hard targets, she's very concerned about other state capitals and the rest of D C, where some 700,000 people live mayor, but Hauser believes if the threat will materialize, it'll be domestic foxes Mike Tobin. Security also increased that state Capitol buildings across the country. The incoming top economic adviser for the Biden administration is defending additional elements of a nearly $2 trillion covert relief package. Brian D. Swill had President elect Biden's National Economic Council on Fox News Sunday, he said within the relief plan, bolstering cyber security is important because of significant vulnerabilities that exact exacerbated by Cove. It And the fact that so much federal operations air happening online. He says The $15 minimum wage is also critical. Help support those workers who are out there on the front lines. Right now, he says he feels these needs that include transit upgrades can win enough GOP support to avoid a Senate filibuster. Fox is Colonel Scott. Phil Specter, the legendary music producer turned killer, has died. California State prison officials say the 81 year old died Saturday of natural causes at a hospital. Specter, who revolutionized rock and roll with his wall of sound method was convicted of murdering an actress in 2003. America is listening to Fox News. And now the lens of Liberty. Here's how incredible some U. S. Customs agents are required to say in good physical condition. Like thousands of other law enforcement employees everywhere. Some of them joined health clubs of Jim's just like millions of us who value physical fitness. But unlike other Americans, These agents get their due. Memberships paid for courtesy of the taxpayer last year. Their memberships cost us over $400,000. If the people in charge of their budget would look through the lens of liberty, they would know that responsible citizens are in charge of their own lives, including keeping themselves in shape if their jobs require it. Lots of private companies offer memberships and some even build their own workout centers. But there voluntarily spending their own money, not ours. For more information, go to lens of liberty dot ord That's Lens of liberty, not organ. We did not open up an investigation that we bypassed you process that set a dangerous constitutional precedent. President Trump denies inciting the riot and says his remarks that a rally beforehand were appropriate. A Texas teen saves her family because she was the only one in the family who did not have covert 19. Those who get infected with the coronavirus often lose their sense of smell. This was the case with the Waco, Texas family that lost sense nearly cost them their lives when they're house went up in flames early Friday. But their 17 year old daughter, Bianca, the only family member who is not covert 19 positive, did smell something like burning plastic around two in the morning, she alerted the rest of the family and got them all, including therefore dogs to safety. They escaped the flames with only the clothes on their backs. The families now staying in a motel till they can find another place to live. The cause of the fire is under investigation. Karen McCue Fox News Criminals typically don't go back to the crime scene to lecture the victim. But authorities in Beaverton, Oregon, say a car thief did just that. According to the Oregonian, a woman left her child in the car with the doors unlocked in the engine running while she ran into a store on Saturday, the thief made off with the car, but when he found the child inside, he quickly drove back. Beaverton police say the thief scolded the mother and threatened to call the cops on her. The man then ordered the mother to take the child back, but he kept the car. I'm Steve Wright report.
"swill" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Back into the night camp back to back authors here up next. Is Helen Andrews, the senior editor of the American conservative Talking about her new book, which, I guess is out today that it was January. 12th, I believe was the release date. It's called Boomer's The men and women who promised freedom and delivered disaster. Not quite the greatest generation a swill examine Helen. Good evening. How are you? I'm doing Great. Thanks for having me on. No thanks for thanks for allowing me to have you on In this this tome, you're exposing the promises of six prominent boomers. So you know, it's not a It's not a blanket condemnation of all of us. Baby boomers, is it That's right. I really didn't want to write a book about generalizations, and I think a lot of writing about generations and being really vague. Are living the right about individuals right about people start pick six people without their representatives as the baby boom generation people like Steve Jobs. Steve Jobs. Yeah. Nail. Probably that I'm shocked. It is in there. Jeffrey Sachs, the economist, But it's not a blanket condemnation of both folks either are doing the best to see their versions. As well as their vices. Well, Helen, I've got to tell you as a boomer. I've made the statement many times on the air that I thought. Overall, our generation really did a disservice to the The next generation by not continuing to teach civics and real American history and economics and free market capitalism to the generations that have followed the way that we were talked. I think that's how I approach it, too, because I'm a millennial. And the June of this book was my feeling that me and a lot of Mr my generation. So I guess inhibited that there were some things that were supposed Signet passed on to us. We just never received at a lot of those things in the material, you know, economically, we're doing very badly The economy is set up to for the boomers benefit in many ways. Also culturally there if one sitting institutions like the family were like turkey or cynics. Just art working the burgers inherited genes from their ancestors. And it is Bruce Lee didn't pass them on. And my generation are the ones that are paying the well and you see in your generation and people even younger than you this this yearning for two try socialism, for example, or even not even understanding the evils of Marxism right now. And it's because people like me, as you said, did not really pass the baton the way we should have. And you have Tonto sympathize a little bit with millennial socialists. I mean, they're wrong about everything but the economy from your perspective. Others look like the kind of economy the boom and then they were our age. You're not gonna get a stable middle class living on one income, You know most millennial couples. And both. Husband and wife out into the workforce because they think they just can't make ends meet without two earners. You know you also attracting the gig economy. They don't have symbols they can count on so I can understand why they're frustrated. I got to tell you as a baby boomer myself. I just turned 60. I had parents, and that's that's a key to is. I had parents. Who are still they just celebrated their 63rd wedding anniversary yesterday on bears still together, but they both worked in at a time when you're right. There were a lot of one income households in this country, but my mom was a registered nurse. My dad was a sales person, and we were kind of latch key kids growing up so We were a little bit different than some of those other kids boomers who were raised in in the sixties. But the important thing was staying together for 63 years. One incredible that's frightened that shouldn't I'm very lucky as a millennial all the intact. All told, my parents said, and I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I couldn't understand you. Your phone is kind of muffled. Oh, that's much better. Good. Well, I was just going to congratulate your parents are 63 years. That's great disappointment that the Buddha did not do that with their kids. They did not stay together. So two earner. That kind of makes a difference your family, But what thing That is most important. His parents staying together, Boy. Did the boomers saying to do that? Yeah. The divorce rate, you know, absolutely skyrocketed during. But there were other reasons. Besides, besides cultural breakdowns for that, I mean And especially, you look in certain communities. There were government social engineering things that went on in the sixties that affected family staying together. And I've heard a lot of boomers descend themselves by saying, Well, maybe we were a little excessive. It's like a swing of the pendulum. You know we were you depressed before. But maybe which people little too, from our in the liberation directions. You know we had to do that. And eventually we arrived at a happy medium. But from the perspective of the millennial way have now does not like a happy medium. Some people are very happy that the divorce rate has gone down. That's new comments for celebration because the only reason it is is that you were people are getting married in the first place. That's true. Never before in history for the majority of American adults over 16 been unmarried, and the reason is the millennials aren't getting it together. To get hit because I don't know. Maybe we just didn't have the bomb warning of successful couples from our parents, and that's why we can't do it. Maybe it's the economy. I don't know, but something not bulletin in the American family. But you focus on six prominent baby boomers, Steve Jobs. You mentioned the late Steve Jobs who Founded Apple The Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, right, I found that kind of an interesting choice. Civil rights activist Al Sharpton, who I think is nothing other than a welfare pimp and always has been or an extortionist screenwriter director Aaron Sorkin. And the Economist Jeffrey Sachs and Camille Paglia. You mentioned That's right. That's right..
Are we just going to have to get used to dealing with outbreaks?
"So one of the things that Australia has really relied on throughout the hall coronavirus pandemic sci-fi is lockdown as a way of getting a handle on what's happening and keeping cases to a minimum. We've seen that really happening in Victoria and a few days ago a special envoy from the World Health Organization was talking about how lockdowns shouldn't be the only sort of tool. That countries used to Cape a handle on the coronavirus and I think that some people in Victoria have sort of used those comments from the WHO as a reason to sort of say, we should be lifting Victoria's lockdown now but it's a bit more nuanced than that. Isn't it? This nuanced? We went into lockdown in March largely to stop the growing pandemic but also to allow the infrastructure for contracting testing to get into place, which is what the WHO, who say. There was an outbreak in Victoria now that I break in Victoria would have killed many many more people had they not to lockdown but in part the outbreak was due to a failure in contracting and testing at that time. So in many ways, they fulfilled whol criteria for lockdown, which is time to get your contact tracing and testing into shape, and in fact, through the second wave in. Victoria that's indeed what they've done some situation where Victoria New South. Wales are pretty XY Pixie in terms of unknown cases number of cases a day. Sorry Pixie. What the hell does that mean some kind of Scottish thing I grew up with meeting. You know roughly equal fair fair enough trying to get a new phrase into the Australian dictionary from Scotland. Anyway. Back to the point the point being. That, you said whereas in Victoria roughly equal and the argument is probably quite well made that there's not a lot of reason why you shouldn't have the restrictions roughly the same in both states the problem of Victoria is you don't WanNa let the break off suddenly because people will just start turning up on masters include a beach which means crowding into trams, etc, etc. so you've got up. Do fairly slowly and carefully, but the endpoint quite soon could be a similar situation to New South. Wales. But we've got to get used to and it's not a trivial phrase a new covid normal. We promised a few days ago that we were going to stop comparing new, south Wales and Victoria, but let's just do it one more time new south. Wales does seem to have like you say. Exceed Pixie level of similar levels virus to what we're seeing in Victoria or at least the confirmed cases that are coming through, and they don't have as many restrictions on them, and we do know as well that it's probably at least a year before we're going to have any kind of vaccine available to that sort of like what we're thinking of as being a trigger for going back to what we used to have as a normal life is what's happening in New South. Wales. Perhaps, a model for what Ustralia could look like over the next year. Well, I think West Australians queenslanders south. Australians would bridal a that because they've got almost nothing happening and they're saying, well, why should we have? Wills has belichick focused on new, south Wales and Victoria for the moment. But I think it is something that queenslanders and others need to be cognizant off is this something we should get used to what we're talking about here for people who don't live in New South Wales is an outbreak from GP clinic now, getting used to is different from getting complacent. So yes I think you gotta get used to the fact that there will be small outbreaks but what we should not do tolerate them and so they're. They're not to be tolerated and our behavior needs to change in the short to medium term which is. Continuing careful social distancing. I believe in new. South. Wales. It should be mandatory mask in public transport just as an extra layer of security. You don't seem to be going that way and really getting on top of outbreaks and people being prepared to get tested if symptoms are in areas where there are outbreaks and if we can do that, then we can cope with these outbreaks but we can't just say. Another outbreak. Let's move on. It's another outbreak. Oh, this could be the moment where this could be the hotel quarantine equivalent moment that we hadn't. In Victoria, whereas if we ignore it is going to get out of control. So get used to not really be able to deal with yes. But just quickly on that, we're talking about being able to be responsive to outbreaks but we see in Shepperton in regional Victoria, they had a the little outbreak happening there people have told to go on to get tested they've gone to go and get tested. They've done what's been asked but they haven't been. Able to access testing this huge queues, how are we going to be out of style up to these? Well, that's for health departments to sort out, but they've got to be ready for particularly in rural and regional areas because this is something that you just need one truck driver to have arrived in a place in spread it and we've already seen somebody hiding away in trying to get into Queensland you just need one person and to move into our networks and off. So everywhere it's got to be ready and you to be ready for scale up and a plan for scale up so. Somebody throws a switch and people start with doing and they set up to prop up clinics, and within a few hours you've got it all going and that's what people have got to plan for and the best thing that can happen is you never have to institute your emergency response, but your emergency response has got to be really Schmidt and if he wants to know. More about how we've tooled up for contact tracing, how good it is, they listen to yesterday's Khurana cast with Ryan McIntyre where we covered a lot of these issues and that chat with Rhino was so interesting and there was stuff in there that we couldn't fit into yesterday's show. So we thought we'd bring it back again in prerecorded form to answer a question from Ingrid. Where Ingrid's ask if a person who has the virus uses a toilet does the next person inhale the virus spray in the toilet is flushed with the lead up and is the virus in urine faeces? Yum. This is just the sort of question that croquettes listeners love energy with toilets. Let's have a listen to yesterday's comments by Rhino McIntyre, which weren't in the krona cast. So this is a bonus we're talking about. And toilets on aeroplanes. We do know that there is a risk with closed transport vehicles with its planes buses. There's been a number of outbreaks already described on airplanes on buses and other vehicles including A. A navy ship whether it was a very, very high tech right? the Theodore Roosevelt in the US. The risk isn't just from Aerosol, droplets spread I mean we know that the highest risk isn't people sitting closest to the infected person and that's been born out in previous studies with diseases like to book your license and Maizels. But the toilet is also respected. There was one study where they were known infected people on board everybody was wearing a mosque and one of the people who became infected took the mosque off in the toilet. So we know that flushing the toilet can create aerosolize -ation. Probably. Less. So on an airplane toilet because of the nature of those toilets that don't have water swilling around, but they still would be rissole generation from the flushing action. So, the hall toilet is probably highly contaminated. So even if you wash your hands afterwards, you could breathe in contaminated aerosols than when you come out even just touching the door handle would be a risk. So that's that's probably one of the real hot spots on an airplane. That was Professor Rhino McIntyre who is professor of global biosecurity at Curbing University of New South Wales
Tensions Overshadow NATO Meeting Intended as Show of Unity
"Start start with the ongoing NATO summit here in the UK it is meant to mark the seventieth anniversary of the military alliance bought. Disagreements have threatened to who over shadow celebration Robert. The summit began yesterday with us. President Donald Trump's attack on French president Mo mccraw as micro had earlier called NATO brain debt. What did you make a fuss? Well trump absolutely played to His his his absolute he. He was big completely consistent in that he likes strong men who he thinks like him and and he hates rivals. That's the crudity of it but I'm macron has come in for something of a beating not only for trump but also from the German leadership suggesting somehow the could be a displacement or replacement or winding down in Europe European security of NATO building up the defense component payment of the European Union e. e. d. u. and the other things that are which which Germany is not prepared to accept. It's not prepared to accept by the way also the NATO. I told him that they go up. Two percent of GDP. They say ten twelve years off that by the way if they were to do it tomorrow. That'd be the third military power in the world but the engagement with Russia is really terribly. Terribly important McCall the Italians particularly to say we must engage h with Russia You know that despite everything. It's a pity that the the the the NATO arrangements have really gone into neglect. The and this has enraged. Of course the new eastern part but cotton us of of NATO. There is real substance to this route. But I don't want to take cap the conversation dominated but actually there is more to macron's argument than the he's been given credit for. Let's talk about Russia moments bus but Carol s Robert mentioned our there are big questions now weaving the NATO over the future of the alliance over money also over Turkey's behavior do you think the summit in the UK. We'll find any solutions. I think this summit will be an attempt to paper over the cracks. I think they want to try and put on a show of unity. We've had the British prime. I'm Minister Boris Johnson. Arriving saying that it is one for all all for Juan and Jens Stoltenberg secretary general saying it's the most successful swill alliance in history because we've changed. The world has changed but I think the problem is that it hasn't sufficiently adapted to the changing attitudes. It's a some of its key players. that comment from President mccraw about NATO being brain dead was because he's looking at NATO which is after all a political as well as a military alliance you have now got in the American president trump. Someone who has questioned America's engagement in the alliance in the past that he's now saying he's committed a to it you have had Turkey which didn't even consult key NATO allies before waded into Syria. And what you've got now. Is this alliance that was constructed to join the the end to try and confront the Soviet bloc during the Cold War which hasn't hasn't really worked out what it strategic purpose is now and although there's a lot of talk now about what the attitude to will be with China but it will be towards sabree threats and so on it hasn't really worked out a new overall strategic direction and I think that's what President Macron was referring to so robots looking looking at this strategy and what NATO's functioning at the moment is there any agreement between the states member states over who or what is the the biggest threat at the moment is it is terrorism or what. Now this is This is high theology which has been around. I was at the think-tank forum-goer I'm Greg Cote engagement NATO. Yes Day and it was very interesting by the way how was generation split that a lot of young people. They had a lot of the debates. Only open people speaking from the floor if they are under thirty five sons a bit mad bit work but it was terrific. It was terribly important and you saw really. What a fundamental difference was? This is an an enormous area of debate. And you're absolutely right in your question and I'm going to illustrate it. Only with one anecdote with three prime ministers in succession on the stage together together with Justin Trudeau and marketer of the Netherlands are absolutely accomplished uric euro performer Ruta. But before him it was the extraordinary absolutely straight out of Borgen Earner Solberg of Norway. NSO book was asked to consider the whole scenario Korea. Russia the works they know about what is your greatest strategic threat. The melting of the Ice Cap Justin Trudeau was hopeless. He was absolutely his mother. The Sun was Apple Pie and hugging trees. Where really were ready for piece? Actually in fact he did down what the Canadians have been doing in Syria left Galveston than Don don good fighters most intriguing was Huta. You thought he would be the most accomplished God talk about a snake oil salesman. He would not put what his hand up for anything. Not even a commitment for about the second or third richest country in the EU a NATO putting its hind in its pocket to go to two few percent of GDP. He said No. We're not going to do it so that tells you where we are. There is a fractured leadership on generation. Lines absolutely what. Carol Carol said it. It's going to hold together for the time being but to come back to macron Laura detail in all seriousness. He did awesome very important questions because the foundation is a union of Democracies and Turkey. Certainly doesn't look much like a democracy to most of the allies now. Let's look at the dynamics between the NATO elitist. There's a newly released video that seems to show Justin Trudeau. Boris Johnson. Emily mccraw Make Fun of Donald Trump. Are they ganging up on him. Will it was some wonderful footage. which any of our listeners could probably find fairly easily with a a quick search on the Internet of them the reception at Buckingham Palace and they do seem to be poking fun at trump for waiting in with his own little impromptu news conference yesterday? I think we shouldn't shouldn't make too much of that specific incident but I think that what he does is show this This real concern that there is is on the suspicion of where from really is on this We know that he doesn't really like these. Multilateral organizations we know that he's he's been hugely critical of in particular many of the European members of NATO not putting sufficient funds and sufficient resources into the NATO part. He's been very critical of that. He seems so far on this trip to have been on his best behavior. Trying going to say that trying to stay out of the UK election which is something that the conservatives who are battling away with polling day just a week or so away now he he pulled back from waiting too much into the election campaign he has kept his comments. Pretty supportive of NATO. But I think when you saw that little Vignette of the other world leaders apparently mocking trump underlying that is all these big doubts about whether trump's halt halt really still is in the NATO alliance you're a detachment didn't become with trump Obama hugely popular in Europe with far more eurosceptic. Almost the for P people around trump. I think it's terribly healthy. That McCall and Boris and Justin Trudeau chatting away. They all mate actually the the the interesting intelligent womb people. And that's a great thing. It's great for my country Britain. Whatever you say about Boris and I know him well he does engage? They like talking to him and he was having a sip of champagne even though he'd promised he wasn't going to touch a drop of drink until brexit assault. It just just finally before we move on. Obviously we have to talk about how trump's visit is reflected in the UK politics right before general elections. So so Carrie. What is interesting is that we haven't seen that many photos of trump and Johnson together this time for example? Have we know extraordinary. The lengths to which Downing Street has gone to to try to prevent photos of President trump and Boris Johnson. buddying up together and when you think about previous visits of. US The president's it is really quite extraordinary but the backdrop to this is that Boris Johnson's opponent Jeremy Corbyn one of the central themes of his attack on the Conservatives is that we're going to get a trump style US UK trade deal if the Conservatives win on that will push up drugs prices in the National Health Service and it's going to cost us all hundreds of millions of pounds every every week now the conservatives have flatly denied that they flatly denied the NHS will be affected in any future trade deal. But the problem is that in the the UK trump is not exactly a popular figure. And I think the conservatives who are ahead in the polls at the moment no that if Boris is seen to be using using up too much to his old friend Donald that is not gonNA play well with the British Electric. And that's why even though they did meet in Downing Street last night there were no pitches the two of them together.
Are these girls being forcibly converted?
"The forced conversion to Islam of young women and girls in Pakistan is causing tensions and one of the country's poorest provinces distraught families say goals are being kidnapped kidnapped and forced to convert clerics say they're converting of their own free will and South Asia correspondent Chevanton. You found is hard to what's the women themselves gave police this video of two Pakistani sisters reciting Islamic versus went viral in Pakistan. It'd be arena and Ravina assistance from a small village in Sindh province which is one of the poorest parts of Pakistan. It's also home to many of the country's largest religious minority Hindus soon after these sisters converted from Hinduism to Islam. They were married to local Muslim was lamenting over the entire process was filmed and a variety of phone video clips emerged in one the two sisters sisters and two men sit squeezed together on a sofa as a cleric rates from a religious text. All the videos were shed far and wide on social. Media has people debate it. Did these girls convert of their own free will or were they forced. There's no way of knowing the full story behind that conversions and marriages or whether they wanted it all to be filmed and publicized but activists say it's an example of something Pakistan's Owing Human Rights Commission says is a national problem it in its annual report. The commission said that More Than One thousand underage girls were forcibly converted last year in Sindh province alone. There's been A.. Consistent stream of conversions of low cost Mina Hindu goals over the past several years the commission road in its annual report in April around one thousand Oakland Christian and Hindu minority women converted to Islam and then forcibly married off to their abductors or rapists. The commission reported earlier this month sins provincial assembly pasta resolution demanding an end to the practice. It was supported unanimously including by local members of Prime Minister Imran Khan's Tarija in softball P._T._i.. Potty as well as the hardline Jamaat e Islami group but it's not the first time lawmakers have tried and failed to press for change before influence from religious groups is brought to bear and the passage of laws banning the practice is thwarted cases like Rena and Ravinus grab headlines in India and Pakistan influential. Nobody in the case of these sisters even led to politicians from both countries trading BOB's over religious freedom on on twitter coverage on four hundred many Douglas Marie Ibox the Human Rights Commission says forced conversion flourishes because the local authorities look the other way and and because religious organizations including Madris's facilitate indeed orchestrate the targeting vulnerable girls from the poorest families and the lowest costs some people say the girls go willingly because converting and marrying a slightly wealthy Moslem man gives them economic opportunity at the other end of the spectrum are accusations Happened Mr Lau says his daughter just thirteen and fifteen years old and you husbands and the religious leaders who read them say they're eighteen and nineteen despite being married in in Sindh where the legal age for marriage is eighteen they were quickly moved to a different province by these men to Punjab where the legal marriage age is only sixteen you Mr Lau protested outside local police stations eventually made its way to court with the involvement of some local law makers and advocates for the Hindu Community but an issue wasn't whether the girls can send it to be married or converted willingly or if they were abducted adopted the only issue being ruled on was whether they were eighteen and therefore old enough to marry the court was essentially deciding whether the girls would go back to their parents house else will be told to remain within new husband's sisters appeared at court once their faces fully covered in black nick up before they were ordered to stay a safe house for for the duration of court proceedings. They didn't say a word outside the court and they never returned to sit in that courtroom that was deciding their futures as is common in many Pakistan's Costanza poor rural areas. These goals never given birth certificates. It would not have been a priority for their family. So the court ruled that forensic testing at an institute eighteen Islamabad would be conducted to determine if they were eighteen when they were married the goals were not in court to him most of their case and their mother was equally silent she she did go to the court sitting with her husband is lawyers and activists swilled around her. She will the same outfit every day. A plain yellow sorry that she dropped low over her face covering. Covering her eyes although her teas were visible as she sat and whipped quietly in the hours before the final hearing she wore bright red bengals up her arms says he's custom for married women from her community as people walked past her in the court precinct some stead and laughed at her style of dress which denoted her status as the low cost person from a poll rural area. She never spoke to any of the people involved in the case or to the many reporters at court to follow the story people poured from the courtroom. After the judge handed down his verdict. The sisters were eighteen or older. He ruled they would stay within new husband's uh-huh from the religious center where the girls were converted and married celebrated outside in their later cleric and former politician. Pierre Abdelhak said force was never used to convert the sisters. Do I had stopped what Woah we welcome the judgement. Today's judgment delivered justice. He said this is all done to define Pakistan. There are some Indian spy agencies who are doing this correct missile salty egg. Give me an example of false conversion in the last two hundred years. Give me a name I will donate my property to her. The hands linked fists raised in the air. The men walked from the court precinct triumphant. They were by far the loudest voices in in South Asia correspondent Chevanton you with their tail from Pakistan.
Japan hosts G20 summit
"So look, let's do this. Let's just put today's program on hold K till President Trump and Chinese president Xi didn't paying have their meeting over the g twenty in Osaka. Saturday morning Japan time, it's only going to be another five maybe six more hours. We'll have to wait because honestly, a whole lot of what's going to happen in this economy and in China's economy in the short and medium-term kinda depends on what happens at that meeting radio deadlines being what they are though. We do kind of have to keep going so we will do that on this Friday with McCain's from the economist Kate Davidson from the Wall Street Journal. Hey, everybody. Let me start with you. And I guess ask you to test my premise. I'm I for a fact but there's a lot riding on this g twenty meeting. Yeah. Yeah. There is rather low writing on it. This is the big one so that has been progress in Nick. Between China and America has stoled that was a big falling out a little while ago. And this is the meeting where they decide whether things can get back on track. And if they can't then not means tires of twenty five percent around three hundred billion dollars worth of imports. That would not be great for consumers in America. If a business confidence, all sorts of things, we're Kate with that being the sword hanging over sward. How about soared hanging over everybody's head. What do you think's gonna happen? Well, I think that a real, it's really hard to say right. I think that some corporate lobbyists are hoping that the talks can produce a plan to finish negotiations by specific deadline. So it's not as other gonna come out of meeting with some kind of plan. Right. But the, the hope is that they will agree to resume talks in a meaningful way. That is yes. Sort of setting setting a firm, timeline. You know, both sides are under pressure here to deliver something. And presumably if there, if there is some kind of sign of progress President Trump would refrain from moving ahead with tariffs during that time period. I think that that's the that's the hope you know, there's, there's other benefits like a ceasefire on trade could give the two sides momentum. And like a possible path to sort out a number of other issues. Right. You know, China's hold on the South China Sea, and, and the US campaign against Chinese technology firms. You like wow, way over security concerns. So there are other things riding on this as well. She made talk. Talk to me for a second. I mean, we kind of have a sense of what President Trump has going on here in terms of what's on the line for him, right? Economic expansion and, and jobs in domestic growth, your talk to me about Xi Jinping would, you know and what he's got a at risk. Yeah. So, so the Chinese have a really complicated situation so, so festival, you've got this internal battle politically. So you have a group of reformers, who wanted to almost take advantage of the pressure from the Trump administration to get through some kind of liberalization. And then you have the hardliners the hawks who are very worried about China, you know, being seen to be pressured by the Trump administration to have the Americans undermined the sovereignty and to make them look weak. Right. So, so Xi Jinping has got to weigh up those two and, and make sure that the political blowback the political fallout isn't too great. Obviously economically. The Chinese economy is going through a dicey time that trying to deleverage as a lot of debt swilling around that Konami. And if growth, Fulton than than achieve not becomes more difficult Kate less than on this, and then I want to move on. But, but put this all in the context of. A global economy which as smell Luda to is, is slowing certainly in China arcana me showing some signs. It's there are. There are some peril. Yes, there is. I think if we're thinking about it through the lens of just US. Policymakers trade is really the, the biggest uncertainty right now we have the fed thinking about whether they need to cut interest rates. They've signaled pretty strongly that they'd be willing to do that. In the coming months, if the trade tensions worsen, so you said there's a lot riding on this. I think that I think officials over at the fed will be paying close attention to developments this weekend. They're going to be meeting again at the end of July fed chairman Jerome Powell was asked his last press conference, you know, if there was not a trade if there was a trade deal with that take a rate cut off the table. He said, not necessarily, but they're all it's all feels very intertwined. So I think yeah, the next several months, depend greatly on what happens this weekend.
Costs are falling for renewable energy stored in batteries
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by well frame, their digital health management solution connects people and care teams through a patented platform so healthcare organizations can give people the support they need when and where they need it. Learn more at well frame dot com. You think home battery storage is for Latino swilling. Tesla driving yesterday's guess what? Frendo from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm jed Kim in for. Molly would. One of the major challenges of using renewable energy sources like wind or solar is that there's overproduction when the sun shining in the wind's blowing and that's mostly during the day. But it seriously drops off at night when people tend to use the most power batteries can help smooth out those peaks and valleys, the tech has taken a while to get there and cost limited wider, adoption, but not so much anymore. Battery storage is a maturing industry. So what does this mean for regular people? Ravi megani is director of energy storage at wood McKenzie. He says the tech is getting two houses through transmission lines. Maybe even yours. It's definitely becoming an increasing part of the resource makes veteran communities are currently owning and operating. So even if the customer themselves not deploying battery storage they are getting the benefits of back. We storage in form of a consistent efficient energy supplies union. What's driving the demand furred cleaner? Energy. And and battery storage is it from consumers, or is it you tell these who are looking to costs. Oh, I think it's definitely a bit of vote. And if I may add taught elementary are facing a huge climate change problem today since that as being driven by that liters that are directing the utilities to go for cleaner winnable grid. But obviously, you know, one of the drivers is the cost reductions that we have seen while solar panels in the past fifteen years or so and and MAURICE being last eight to ten years back cost was come down pretty significantly talking about about eighty percent concert option or the bass decade for battery storage bribe you've been in the renewable energy sector for about a decade is demand accelerating now more quickly than anticipated. Yeah. So I mean, I'm gonna try to not good be game of thrones reference the coming, but we've been talking about since the beginning of this could be. He had been talking about that any historic this that next thing that is going to be wanted tonight the way the grid operates looks and for the first five years or so of that Becky that promise was never full for but something triggered in twenty to twenty sixteen. And when I say something, it's dominantly the hostile. Of course, the cost came to a level where those an automatic crossover. You know, you're you're ready to go hockey stick adoption of any any technology the first few years, it's it's flat. And then you reach that inflection point and the market just picks up. There are several drivers by the utilities and the end customers getting more familiar with that technology. That's a big splash. When they said, they're gonna selling power walls in fifteen that's going sided with the reason interest from the various market participants be and customers like residential winners or even large electric utilities or even some of the commercial players. Ravi megani is director of energy storage at wood McKenzie. He expects you. Scale battery projects to pick up a lot in twenty nineteen hard about maybe due to tax incentives winding down starting in twenty twenty now to get max cash back while it's available. I'm jed Kim. And that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by Sunpro from Pitney Bowes, San pro online software makes it easy to save time and money, no matter what you ship or mail print shipping, labels and stamps, right? From your desk and access discounted rates. Try it free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale when you visit PBA dot com slash tech. That's PBA dot com slash tech.
U.S. Will Send Migrants Back to Mexico as They Wait on Asylum Claims
"Into Russian election interference in connection with his dealings with former Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort, the Justice department has charged to Chinese nationals and a worldwide twelve year hacking campaign that included the US government and military targets. The hackers are said to be part of a network connected to Chinese intelligence and successful. Penetrated multiple government agencies. The US attorney's office in New York NASA and the navy among others. The personal information of more than one hundred thousand navy personnel was reportedly stolen in the cyber attack in California. Yemeni mother shaima sweeter has reunited with her dying two year old son after being granted a State Department waiver from President Trump's travel ban earlier this week the toddler of Dula son is an Oakland children's hospital with a rare brain disease both of Dila and his father Ali are US citizens. But the mother shaima sweat is a Yemeni citizen living in Egypt. Yemen is one of the five majority Muslim countries who citizens are barred from entering the US under Trump's executive order. This is a turning, but non electro speaking swill landed at the San Francisco airport. Let's be clear. Issuance of her visa this week was not an act of kindness on their part. The embassy and department of state had a legal obligation to adjudicate shame as waiver request within a reasonable amount of time, and they failed on that obligation. The result of that failure is that a giant two year old boy has suffered for the last two months without his mother by his side. Where it has acquitted forty NGO workers, including citizens from the US and other countries after a retrial of a case dating back to two thousand thirteen when forty three people were arrested and convicted of illegally using foreign funds to stir up position to the former military government, many of the foreign defendants, including fifteen Americans left Egypt after posting bail in two thousand thirteen and were sentenced in -centia at Christmas address at the Vatican today. Pope Francis pledged the Catholic church will never again, cover up sexual abuse and said, clergy members who are guilty of sexually abusing children should turn themselves in he added they should quote prepare for divine Justice, unquote. The Catholic church has been rocked by the ongoing sexual abuse crisis over the past year, which reached all the way to pope Francis. In a circle with two cardinals last week being removed as his close advisors and third stepping down. Top members of the clergy were expelled or resign. Signed in countries around the world in may every Bishop and Chile offered their resignation as the scandal exploded, they're here in the US, Pennsylvania. Grand jury investigation revealed systematic widespread sexual abuse in the church. The Justice department has opened investigations into several diocese around the country in Britain Gatwick airport has started to resume flights after drone sightings on Wednesday and Thursday shutdown service for over a day causing passenger chaos says flights were cancelled postponed or rerouted authorities say they still don't know who's beyond who is behind the unmanned aerial drones. In environmental news, Washington DC city. Lawmakers voted unanimously on clean energy Bill mandating hundred percent renewable electricity by twenty thirty to the legislation. Also requires public transportation and fleet vehicles achieves zero carbon emissions by twenty forty five. The mandate would apply to government buildings in the capital, including the White House. The Trump administration's been blasted by environmental groups for feverishly rolling back emissions limits and other environmental regulations, and in France, foreign vire, mental groups are planning possible legal action against the government for failing to affectively respond to climate change. This is the director of Greenpeace France wheel, issuing go. Complained to the French because we think that the French on doesn't do enough to climate change, though, is this is why we are trying to to shoot the French government who to to ensure that they can ramp them mission in terms of fighting climate change, which is not the situation right now. That's young Francois's. You'll ers over one point two million people had signed an online petition as Friday morning and support of illegal action. The government of France president Emmanuel Macron has come under fire before for its response to the climate crisis. And August, the French environment minister Nicolotte low resigned live on a radio show due to the country's failure to adequately address climate change another environmental threats, he said, and those are some of the headlines assist democracy now democracy now dot org. The Warren peace report, I made me good. Then we begin today's show looking at secretary of defense, James. Madness. Who's announced he's resigning at the end of February while publicly rebuking, President Trump's foreign policy matters resigned. One day after President Trump ordered the withdrawal of all two thousand US troops from Syria and on the same day reports emerged that Trump has ordered the withdrawal of about seven thousand troops from Afghanistan. That's about half the current US force there it is resignation letter General Mattis, four star, general and -plicitly criticized President Trump's foreign policy. He wrote my views on treating allies with respect and also being clear eyed about both malign actors strategic competitors are strongly held informed by over four decades of immersion in these issues. We must do everything possible to advance and international order that is most conducive to our security prosperity in values, and we are strengthened in this effort by the solidarity of our alliances unquote, Madison onto say because you have the right to have a secretary of defense whose views are better. Aligned with yours on these and other subjects I believe. It's right for me to step down from my position. He said in the letter Madison, not make a direct reference to Syria, but he did call out Russia and China the New York Times reports Madison's the first prominent cabinet member to resign in protest over a national security issue in almost forty years. Much of the Washington establishment express shock over Madison's resignation democratic Senator Mark Warner Virginia said quote. This is scary secretary Mattis has been an island of stability. Amidst. The chaos of the Trump administration Republican Senator Mark Rubio, Florida responded to Madison's resignation saying it makes it abundantly clear that we're headed towards a series of grave policy errors, which will endanger our nation damage our alliances and empower our adversaries unquote prior to his time at the Pentagon. Madison served as head of US central. Command supreme allied commander of NATO in two thousand four lead the US marine attack on the Iraqi city of flu in may of two thousand four he ordered an attack on a wedding party near Syria. Forty-two civilians were reportedly killed including thirteen children. We turn now to Andrew base of it show, retired Colonel in Vietnam war veteran, he's the author of several books, including his latest twilight of the American century. His other books include America's war for the greater Middle East military history in Washington rules, America's path to permanent war. He's professor emeritus of international relations and history at Boston University. He also lost his son in Iraq, professor engine base of each welcome back to democracy. Now, if you could I respond to the resignation of the secretary of defense, and then if this were President Obama, and he was announcing the. Pullout of troops from Syria and half the force from Afghanistan. Wouldn't the peace movement be celebrating? What is your response? This is an interesting situation. I have to think that Trump must have expected that this abrupt announcement of withdrawal from Syria would lead to Mattis's of resignation in it probably something that Trump welcomes. There's no question that Mattis has been an obstacle to Trump's efforts to reorient US policy particularly policy in the Middle East. No medicines letter of resignation that you quote, it when he talked about his four decades of a gauge -ment with these matters is very telling he represents the establishments perspective that has involved over the course of those for decades. And for anyone says looks at you as policy over the past four decades. Particularly in the Middle East and says, yeah, it's really going. Well, then then I would think that they would you Madison's resignation as as a disappointment. Now when Trump ran for the presidency, he denounced our wars in the Middle East. He promised to withdraw militarily from the Middle East two years into his presidency. That hasn't happened in many respects Madison's been among those who frustrated the president's efforts. He's the commander of chief. Nettie seems not to be able to get things done. So here he is acting as the commander cheese now, I'm in the camp, the thanks that we ought to wind down these wars. We got more important things to do. My only problem with Trump's decision is like so many of Trump's decisions it's done impetuously overnight. Not having been thought through not having been coordinated. Yes, let's get out of Syria. But that doesn't mean leash. Should have a policy with respect to the civil war in Syria. I think that the way Trump is approaching this thing, we don't have any policy, and that's going to be a problem. Ghia think there's a connection to the murder of Jamaica show Chan let let me explain you have the CIA saying, they believe that the crown prince of Saudi Arabia was responsible for his death and dismemberment and in stumble in Saudi consulate so you then have President Trump dealing with air doin-. And apparently this week they had a conversation. There's this threat of air doin that he's going to go after the Kurds. These are the US allies the Kurds soldiers in Syria and Trump perhaps aired one knows something more about the murder certainly has been releasing information that looks that makes the Trump administration. Very bad and their supported the crown prince also Jared Kushner, a Senate lost so close to an advising the crown prince and dealing with this murder. That aired one says we're gonna Tak the courage. You gotta stop being there and protecting them. And so Trump says he's pulling out.
Now Let's Say Goodbye to Toys R Us Forever: a 2-Minute Requiem
"Oh komo komo with the extra sugar in it i never i'm not a fan of starbucks i don't enjoy their coffee i'm not going to say i've never been to one because i have i don't go there i'm not i'm not one of the sheep who swells slugs down that awful swilled that they serve up i like independent coffee places but this this announcement today that starbucks will close all of its stores on may twenty ninth as it conducts racial bias education after of course video of two young black men being arrested this weekend following a call from employees who told police the men were denied use of a restroom because they had not purchased anything they don't kick anybody out of kyle just put that out there they have not anytime i've i've ever been there but starbucks is going to close more than eight thousand stores and corporate offices while it's nearly one hundred seventy five thousand employees go through a training program designed to address implicit bias promote conscious inclusion prevent discrimination and ensure everyone inside a starbucks store feel safe and welcome.