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"vietnam lbj" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

05:47 min | 5 months ago

"vietnam lbj" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Were celebrating stay at home the orthodox Easter being today we hope that you're having your Easter egg hunt indoors because it's still a little odd hold out there it's always a pleasure I really admire what you do thanks for getting up and joining us on Sunday and have a great day and a wonderful week okay thank you hi Mary ours ladies and gentleman very talented and you know I must tell you he I see all of these talented people on KDKA TV and many of them I was in the same building with for many many years and they became family to me I mean I would see them just like I see my own family members every day and there were a few years that it was every day and just you know they lot of times you look at people on television and I wonder what they're really like well let me just say this and this is maybe my biased opinion but the folks that you see on TV to know I've never had the pleasure of meeting Marion person because we have been out of that building for a while but obviously it's just a a really talented person who is loving mother and a great wife and all that good stuff but a lot of the folks that have been a channel to for a while I know personally and they are as good as it gets folks so it's it's still nice to have that comforting thing that is channel two and to be able to see all of our favorites Pittsburgh is a unique place for sure and I think we're all learning to become even closer as a family a time is so precious to all of us and I even see that Boris Shaila off who's anchoring today has brought in pizza as well so I'm telling you if you have leftover pizza in your refrigerator Hey we're friends for life is that simple all right listen let's get to the phones and lets us say hi to Jack who's been very patient in West Virginia Jack how you doing buddy good morning hello Jack okay let's go to events in the very soon K. Vance how you doing buddy do we admit to that today both okay am I on yeah you're on go ahead I'm sorry I'm sorry I'm sorry you're fine go ahead okay one of the president's trying to do what is trying to do is plant the seeds like a farmer in the garden and have a burst through otherwise if you don't get that money out there for people to spend on expect our our our our phone hello world to come back again number two this guy is trying to do the best he knows how to do that any one of us have the job that he has and the big criticized he criticized in such a way where we're I wouldn't want to hear it for myself okay I mean the guy do his job there isn't one of us this could do the job that he's doing see here's the thing fans I look I understand everybody wants their party their person their candidate I get that okay but the but I am a Democrat and I'm just saying when I first started to vote some of the lessons I've learned from my parents and others who I looked up to who are voting long before me once the election is over and that person is your president especially in a critical time in your country's history you support them the Cuban Missile Crisis JFK a World War two FDR you know Vietnam LBJ I mean Richard Nixon I just for some reason I don't understand why people just have such pleasure in trying to pass along to a situation that believe me if the president doesn't deal with this all of those pundits we went to the impeachment process and everything he wished teams steamrolled to a landslide victory in twenty twenty an hour would be shocked and and I'm not trying to make his political but I still see a lot more good than I see bad in this man who's really I think showing some strong leadership qualities I don't see him losing this election so why would you want a POW on now when the end is probably not going to do your candidate any good and more importantly you should be really supporting the president because we need him to make good decisions and to be able to focus on what lies ahead to get the economy going again the life and death situation is horrific it's it's horrible to think about it it brings tears to your eyes every day but when it's all said and done and we get the green light we have to be ready to go back to work because of we don't do it the right way and we don't give our president and leaders the opportunity to be able to think clearly it could be catastrophic for our nation and the last thing we need is the economy to go into the tank after getting through such a horrific story is this coronavirus it's that simple should I say the last of it yeah go ahead how would you like to sit around the table with foreigners they don't understand English and you you don't understand their directly in their language but yeah they have an interpreter so they're they're just supposed to interpret as to what they're saying and what they're trying to do to make the whole world come come come to pass okay it is it's it's a difficult thing to do even to sit around the table with your own family sometimes and they all they have to have different ideas and then and this man has to sit there with all these people the the doesn't understand the language yep yes to make a decision well right decision absolutely I couldn't agree more have a great day buddy thank you fans while gets calls coming in we'll get to them in a.

"vietnam lbj" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:56 min | 9 months ago

"vietnam lbj" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Well and developments in the cyber war for in the state of Ohio vis Iran Iranian cyber attackers are coming after the Buckeye state you do not Frankel rose eleven of six to talk about that also the house represents today voting on the war powers resolution act reasserting their authority to declare war the last time we declared war was no not to nineteen forty one nineteen forty two against Bulgaria at the time in the throes of World War two the last time we did actually declared warning but so the war powers resolution is what the speaker Pelosi wants to take up today I'll invariably passed the house go to the Senate much like appeasement there it'll die eight in but this is about political posturing right in Democrats saying the killing of Iranian general Soleimani as well as Iranians ballistic missile attacks on Iraqi bases risk significant escalation and hostility when the U. S. Iran Congress is not authorized the president to use military force against Iran they must work with Congress to advance an immediate affected the ask with Terry strategy that prevents further violence we can't afford another war amen says everybody I say a menu say amen I what they want to do is institute a thirty day limit on hostilities without congressional approval and when you say you're on speaker says were knows more safer today than we were yesterday but a young the contention there is we've been kicking the can down the road with these guys and I say time will tell there's no question what we find out if what I I think we're safer I I think what happened is we put the Iranians on blast literally and figuratively when we took out Solomonic because they understand that going okay well will launch a missile attacks against you but guess what they didn't hit anything they took out a few buildings were no one was that was deliberate because they they can't afford to kill any more Americans because look the consequence I would say that actually it did deter them in that regard but we'll find out again I could be wrong about the limit of finance so how does that work with war though is is the competitions as Congress is the only body that has the ability to Claire war and as I said we haven't done that since nineteen forty two in nineteen seventy three they pass something called the war powers act which had to do with Vietnam and you know getting Nixon and at it because you know the the allegation Nixon overstepped his authority but yeah again here we go with politics is that as I recall Kennedy is the one that's in the Vietnam LBJ kept on bombing in Vietnam and that Nixon eventually took the reins of that but each president wind up being the bad guy for the except Kennedy in his term there was too short but the I. issue here though is with the questions okay so we had career we had Vietnam with the Gulf War the first call for with a call for two point no operation Iraqi freedom we had drone strikes missile launches by every single president since then what what's the definition of war is launching missiles the chemical side or taking out a terrorist general is like trump is at war our Obama's five hundred drone strikes war what about bush what about Clinton what about bush forty one what about Ronald Reagan and in in Moammar Qaddafi I'm in the reason why is because they want this is simply because this is the political gamesmanship going Hey you know what we're going to we're going to demand the war powers act but we know the Senate is going to just simply let it go away and and there is a work of corporate it's because if you get this back to politics screwed everything up and there's political risk as you remember from you know the Iraqi invasion everything else is that if you voted for it's gonna be used against you if it doesn't work out and so that's large help present since bush have escaped your congressional scrutiny enough the problem I guess I I don't have a problem with them saying Hey listen we want to limit the powers of the present go through Congress to authorize anything like this is an American as as a million if you look at constitution is pretty clear there okay great let's do that but love spurt let's not pretend for a second that the only reason we're doing we're doing this because of the constant we're doing this to get back and I'll try so if you're gonna do this I would say five let's passes let's do it but let's make it the standard and apply for every present regardless of whether it's a Democrat or Republican and power but that's not what we're doing here right and inherently it's it's PA it's all political as what it is thank you for doing it because there's a process of national security and it's a very serious thing getting in a war there's no doubt about it a lot of regrets from what what has happened over the last twenty years right I think it's safe to say we made a lot of mistakes there how we prevent that well hopefully our our political bodies Congress the house and the Senate I will bookmark measured study about this and they vote on at their brother as a resolution or declare war like they did in forty one forty two great but you just can't make it about okay this one guy's doing it and this is just a temporary thing just causing him like come on man because what's your guy or girl gets in there then you know you're gonna want that door to swing the other way slowly seven hundred W. this is seven hundred W..

Ohio Frankel
"vietnam lbj" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:00 min | 9 months ago

"vietnam lbj" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"News seven hundred still life momentarily to as well and developments in the cyber war for in the state of Ohio vis Iran Iranian cyber attackers are coming after the Buckeye state you do not Frankel rose eleven of six to talk about that so the house represents today voting on the war powers resolution act reasserting their authority to declare war the last time we declared war was no not to nineteen forty one nineteen forty two against Bulgaria at the time in the throes of World War two the last time we did actually declared warning but so the war powers resolution is what the speaker Pelosi wants to take up today I'll in verbal you pass the house go to the Senate much like impeachment there it'll die eight and but this is about political posturing right in Democrats saying the killing of Iranian general Soleimani as well as Iranians ballistic missile attacks on Iraqi bases risk significant escalation in hospitals for the U. S. Iran Congress is not authorized the president to use military force against Iran that they must work with Congress to advance an immediate affected the escort Terry strategy that prevents further violence we can't afford another war amen says everybody I say a menu say a man what they want to do is institute a thirty day limit on hostilities without congressional approval and when you say you're on speaker says were knows more safer today than we were yesterday but a young the contention there is we've been kicking the can down the road with these guys and I say time will tell there's no question what we find out if what I I think we're safer I I think what happened is we put the Iranians on blast literally and figuratively when we took out some money because they understand that going okay well will launch a missile attacks against you but guess what they didn't hit anything they took out a few buildings were no one was that was deliberate because that they can't afford to kill any more Americans because look at a consequence I would say that actually it did deter them in that regard but we'll find out again I could be wrong about the limit of finance so how does that work with war though is is the constitution says Congress is only body that has the ability to clear war and as I said we haven't done that since nineteen forty two in nineteen seventy three they pass something called the war powers act which had to do with Vietnam and you know getting Nixon in it because you know the the allegation Nixon overstepped his authority but yeah again here we go with politics is that as I recall Kennedy is the one that's in the Vietnam LBJ kept on bombing in Vietnam and that Nixon eventually took the reins of that but each president wind up being the bad guy for the except Kennedy in his term there was too short but the I. issue here though is with the questions okay so we have career we had Vietnam with the Gulf War the first call for we had gone for two point no operation Iraqi freedom we had drone strikes missile launches by every single president since then what what's the definition a war is launching missiles the chemical side or taking out a terrorist general is like trump is at war our Obama's five hundred drone strikes war what about bush what about Clinton what about bush forty one what about Ronald Reagan and in in Moammar Qaddafi I'm in the reason why is because they want this is simply because this is the political gamesmanship going Hey you know what we're going to we're going to demand the war powers act but we know the Senate is going to just simply let it go away in an area to work as quickly it's because it gives back to politics screwed everything up and there's political risk as you remember from you know the Iraqi invasion everything else is that if you voted for it it's gonna be used against you if it doesn't work out and so that's large help present since bush have escaped your congressional scrutiny in now the problem I guess I I don't have a problem with them saying Hey listen we want to limit the powers of the present go through Congress to authorize anything like this is an American as as some of you if you look at constitution it's pretty clear that okay great let's do that but not separate let's not pretend for a second that the only reason we're doing we're doing this because of the constant we're doing this to get back and I'll try so if you're gonna do this I would say fine let's passes let's do it but let's make it the standard and apply for every president regardless of whether it's a Democrat or Republican and power but that's not what we're doing here right and inherently it's it's it's all political as what it is thank you for doing it because there's a process of national security and it's a very serious thing getting in a war there's no doubt about it a lot of regrets from what what has happened over the last twenty years right I think it's safe to say we made a lot of mistakes there how we prevent that will hopefully our our political bodies Congress the house and the Senate I will bookmark measured study about this and they vote on at their brother as a resolution or declare war like they did in forty one forty two great but you just can't make it about okay this one guy's doing it and this is just a temporary thing just because a him like come on man because what's your guy or girl gets in there then you know you go out that door to swing the other way slowly seven hundred W. this is seven hundred W. 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Ohio Frankel
"vietnam lbj" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:36 min | 9 months ago

"vietnam lbj" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Life momentarily to as well and developments in the cyber war for in the state of Ohio vis Iran Iranian cyber attackers are coming after the Buckeye state to DO not Frankel rose eleven of six to talk about that US so the house represents today voting on the war powers resolution act reasserting their authority to declare war the last time we declared war was no not to nineteen forty one nineteen forty two against Bulgaria at the time in the throes of World War two the last time we did actually declared warning but so the war powers resolution is what the speaker Pelosi wants to take up today at all and verbally passed the house go to the Senate much like impeachment there it'll die eight and but this is about political posturing right in Democrats saying the killing of Iranian general Soleimani as well as Iranians ballistic missile attacks on Iraqi bases risk significant escalation and hostility when the U. S. around Congress is not authorized the president to use military force against Iran that they must work with Congress to advance an immediate affected the escort Terry strategy that prevents further violence we can't afford another war amen says everybody I say a menu say amen I what they want to do is institute a thirty day limit on hostilities without congressional approval and when you say you're on speaker says were knows more safer today than we were yesterday but you know the contention there's we've been kicking the can down the road with these guys I say time will tell there's no question what we find out if what I I think we're safer I I think what happened is we put the Iranians on blast literally and figuratively when we took out some money because they understand that going okay well will launch a missile attacks against you but guess what they didn't hit anything they took out a few buildings were no one was that was deliberate because that they can't afford to kill any more Americans because look the consequence I would say that actually it did deter them in that regard but we'll find out again I could be wrong about the limit of finance so how does that work with war though is is the competitions as Congress is the only body that has the ability to clear war and as I said we haven't done that since nineteen forty two in nineteen seventy three they pass something called the war powers act which had to do with Vietnam and you know getting Nixon and at it because you know the the allegation Nixon overstepped his authority but yeah again here we go with politics is that as I recall Kennedy is the one that's in the Vietnam LBJ kept on bombing in Vietnam and that Nixon eventually took the reins of that but if president wind up being the bad guy for the except Kennedy in his term there was too short but the I. issue here those with the questions okay so we have career we had Vietnam with the Gulf War the first call for we had gone for two point no operation Iraqi freedom we had drone strikes missile launches by every single president since then what what's the definition of war is launching missiles the chemical side or taking out a terrorist general is like trump is at war our Obama's five hundred drone strikes war what about bush what about Clinton what about bush forty one what about Ronald Reagan and in in Moammar Qaddafi I'm in the reason why is because they want this is simply because this is the political gamesmanship going Hey you know what we're going to we're going to demand the war powers act but we know the Senate is going to just simply let it go away in an area where it's corporate it's because if you get this back to politics screwed everything up and there's political risk as you remember from you know the Iraqi invasion everything else is that if you voted for it it's gonna be used against you if it doesn't work out and so that's large help present since bush have escaped your congressional scrutiny in now the problem I guess I I don't have a problem with them saying Hey listen we want to limit the powers the present go through Congress to authorize anything like this is an American as as some of you if you look at constitution it's pretty clear that okay great let's do that but not separate let's not pretend for a second that the only reason we're doing we're doing this because of the constant we're doing this to get back and I'll try so if you're gonna do this I would say fine let's passes let's do it but let's make it the standard and apply for every present regardless of whether it's a Democrat or Republican and power but that's not what we're doing here right and inherently it's it's all it's all political as what it is thank you for doing it because there's a process of national security and it's a very serious thing getting in a war there's no doubt about it a lot of regrets from what what has happened over the last twenty years right I think it's safe to say we made a lot of mistakes there how we prevent that will hopefully our our political bodies Congress the house and the Senate I will bookmark measured study about this and they vote on at their brother as a resolution or declare war like they did in forty one forty two great but you just can't make it about okay this one guy's doing in and this is just a temporary thing just because a him like come on man because what's your guy or girl gets in there then you know you go out that door to swing the other way slowly seven hundred W. out of traffic and weather news radio seven hundred W. L. jelly Cincinnati some members of Congress want to limit the president's war powers with the ten thirty report done Rick you Chino breaking now the house is poised to vote on a measure that would limit the president's ability to use his authority to launch unilateral military actions like the air strike that killed a top Iranian general many Republicans of come to the president's defense but other lawmakers even a couple of Republicans say they didn't get the answers they needed when the trump administration brief them senators rand Paul and Mike Lee or simply furious and supporting this resolution to curb the president's power specifically because of what they heard or didn't hear from the administration in a briefing yesterday because they think the answers from the administration about their plan in Iran we still unsatisfactory Lee actually called one of the worst of three things he's ever received that is ABC's merry Bruce even if the resolution did pass in both chambers the president would very likely veto now the latest travel and weather together from the UC health traffic center the you see health weight loss center offer solutions for life changing weight loss call five one three nine three nine twenty two sixty three to learn more that's five one three nine three nine two two six three broken down on for seventy one come and northbound approaching Alexandria pike it's blocking the right shoulder is broken down to about seventy five exit ramp at Kyle slowing you down accident westbound Ronald Reagan highway before you get out toward Galbraith and looks like they got fifty closed as a you get out of downtown just toward the western edge of downtown the the US seventy one rap so expect some delays seventy.

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"vietnam lbj" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"vietnam lbj" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Our great great to hear my math thanks all right I just want my mind you know or so the body not everything is almost like on a great day like let's call ten parking it's almost as if each party fall somewhere along that line and it's all of these different individual boxes that are constantly causing I guess a delay of grow if you may say quick question how old are you the reason I ask is because I'm I'm I'm sixty one years three today that don't make me smarter than you not at all I know a lot of people older me who are dumb as much sense a lot of people or twenty three were brilliant here's the reason I ask I have first hand memory of the nineteen sixties of Vietnam LBJ the a and then not long after that we were I mean get doctor Cain killed Bobby Kennedy killed about roughly half a decade later Nixon impeached Vietnam all my gosh the notion that this is a uniquely divided time Skyler is Corey easy and I think you and I could both step in what time channel go back to a little something called the civil war that would make today look like a picnic so are there divisions today absolutely there are is there something uniquely bad about them I really don't think so I think a couple of things that tell me what you think about this number one a bunch of twenty four hour cable news channels that have to fill their day with segment after segment after segment of people just screaming at each other number two the trump presidency as as this is real change it is a real change in half the country loves it and half the country is freaking out and they're loud and and and demonstrative in their laments I mean the eight years of Obama were held to me they were a nightmare to me and I think the country the bottom line I think countries always divided and and if we can be good to each other trying to each other still reach other wouldn't happen enough we're always going to be divided because we're always gonna have differences of opinion and those differences of opinion or okay willow barely ministration was you know on board it costs so much no quick policies that I think we're absolutely harmful to the country soft borders incursions into people's basic religious freedom of judicial nominations at the Supreme Court that made crap about the constitution week foreign policy that emboldened our enemies I could go on okay okay weekend border I know right now necessarily come over here which of course there's only a certain amount that you know I want everybody to like it I'll be here right partly is that a lot of progress like construction work bill to get things of this nature now campaigning on the dollar and sometimes even combat welfare you know what you can bring that upscaling you're right that great community of Houston that's on a ton of immigrant populations and some of them are our finest Americans are finest naturalized citizens but others are operating under the radar and that's where you get actual Republicans actual so like chamber of commerce Republicans there the dirty little secret scholars their people in the business community of Houston vote Republican their entire lives and they are just fine with illegal immigration they're fine with it because it keeps labor costs down so that their their profits can be greater it is an honor to hear from you young man thank you call Larry anytime or make it a point what I'm hearing about I appreciate a pleasure to go down I forty five and talk to you in Houston thank you Sir already phone number is eight eight eight nine seven one.

"vietnam lbj" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"vietnam lbj" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Already we are in Houston Skyler Hey mark Davis in for Larry how are you our great great dear mama thanks alright I want my mind you know or so the body not everything is almost like on a great day what was the ten parking rates it's almost as if each party fall somewhere along that line and it's all these different individual boxes that are constantly causing I guess but delay of grow if you may say good question how old are you okay reason I ask is because I'm I'm I'm sixty one years three today that don't make me smarter than you not at all I know a lot of people older men who are dumb as much sense lot of people or twenty three were brilliant here's the reason I ask I have first hand memory of the nineteen sixties of Vietnam LBJ it and then not long after that we were I mean get doctor Cain killed Bobby Kennedy killed about roughly half a decade later Nixon impeached Vietnam all my gosh the notion that this is a uniquely divided time scholar is quarry easy and I think you and I could both step in what time channel go back to a little something called the civil war that would make today look like a picnic so are there divisions today absolutely there are is there something uniquely bad about them I really don't think so I think they're a couple of things and tell me what you think about this number one a bunch of twenty four hour cable news channels they have to fill their day with segment after segment after segment of people just screaming at each other number two the trump presidency as as this is real change it is a real change in half the country loves it and half the country is freaking out and they're loud and and and demonstrative in their laments I mean the eight years of Obama were held to be there right and I think the country the bottom line I think countries always divided and if we can be good to each other trying to each other civil to each other we didn't happen enough we're always going to be divided because we're always gonna have differences of opinion and those differences of opinion or okay at all administration was you know on board it costs so much no quick this is that I think we're absolutely harmful to the country soft borders incursions into people's basic religious freedom group of judicial nominations at the Supreme Court that made crap about the constitution week foreign policy that emboldened our enemies I could go on okay okay the weekend border I know right now that's going to come over here which of course is only a start you know I want everybody to like it over here right currently is that a lot of progress like construction work bill to get things of this nature on the dollar and in some some people that put out you know what you can bring that up scholar here right that great community of Houston that's on a ton of immigrant populations and some of them are our finest Americans are finest naturalized citizens but others are operating under the radar and that's where you get actual Republicans actual select chamber of commerce Republicans there the dirty little secret scholars their people in the business community of Houston vote Republican their entire lives and they are just fine with illegal immigration they're fine with it because it keeps labor costs down so that their their profits can be greater it is an honor to hear from you young man thank you call Larry anytime or make it a point what I'm hearing about I appreciate a pleasure to go down I forty five to talk to you in Houston thank you Sir all right phone number is eight eight eight nine seven one stage eight eight eight nine seven one sage go to Larry elder dot com for all things Larry and follow me on Twitter mark Davis MA RK Davis may take us out.

"vietnam lbj" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"vietnam lbj" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"That will enable alliance defending freedom to keep winning battles just like their appearance today that the US Supreme Court thanks so much click that ADF allies demanding freedom ADF banner at Larry elder dot com already we are in Houston Skyler Hey mark Davis in for Larry how are you our great great thanks alright I want my mind you know or so the body not everything is almost like on a great day what was the ten by ten grid it's almost as if each party fall somewhere along that line and it's all these different individual boxes that are constantly causing I guess but delay of grow if you may say quick question how old are you the reason I ask is because I'm I'm I'm sixty one years three today that don't make me smarter than you not at all I know a lot of people older me who are dumb as much sense lot of people or twenty three were brilliant here's the reason I ask I have first hand memory of the nineteen sixties of Vietnam LBJ it and then not long after that we were I mean get doctor Cain killed Bobby Kennedy killed about roughly half a decade later Nixon impeached Vietnam oh my gosh the notion that this is a uniquely divided time scholar is Corey C. and I think you and I could both step into a time tunnel go back to a little something called the civil war that would make today look like a picnic so are there divisions today absolutely there are is there something uniquely bad about them I really don't think so I think a couple of things that tell me what you think about this number one a bunch of twenty four hour cable news channels that have to fill their day with segment after segment after segment of people just screaming at each other number two the trump presidency as as this is real change it is a real change in half the country loves it and half the country is freaking out and they're loud and and and demonstrative in their laments I mean the eight years of Obama were held to be they were a nightmare to me I think the country the bottom line I think countries always divided and if we can be good to each other trying to reach other civil to each other we didn't have enough were always going to be divided because we're always gonna have differences of opinion and those differences of opinion or okay hello Bernie ministration was you know on board because so much no code policies that I think we're absolutely harmful to the country soft borders incursions into people's basic religious freedom group of judicial nominations at the Supreme Court that made crap about the constitution week foreign policy that emboldened our enemies I could go on okay okay the weekend border I know right now you both necessarily come over here which of course is only a start that you know I want everybody to block it out here right partly is that a lot of progress like construction work bill to get things of this nature on the dollar and in some some people in the back you know what you can bring that up scholar here right that great community of Houston that's on a ton of immigrant populations and some of them are our finest Americans are finest naturalized citizens but others are operating under the radar and that's where you get actual Republicans actual select chamber of commerce Republicans the dirty little secret scholars their people in the business community of Houston vote Republican their entire lives and they are just fine with illegal immigration they're fine with it because it keeps labor costs down so that their their profits can be greater it is an honor to hear from you young man thank you call Larry anytime or make it a point what I'm hearing about I appreciate a pleasure to go down I forty five and talk to you in Houston thank you Sir all right phone number is eight eight eight nine seven one stage.

"vietnam lbj" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"vietnam lbj" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Me Larry elder show a music library just for the fill in guy mark Davis from six sixty eight three Dallas fort worth follow me on Twitter mark Davis MA RK Davis gonna grab a chunk of meat in book form that would be upside down how the left turn right and wrong truth and a lie is good and the bad that's a whole lot of subtitle just to mark Davis upside down do that on Amazon do that on Google Barnes and noble wherever fine books are sold already wherever fine calls are taken that's it eight eight eight nine seven one sage let's return to some folks and see or talk about of just joining us Alex Acosta out I wanted him to hang in because I believe his explanation of the plea deal for Jeffrey Epstein was more than adequate it made sense to get a look at everything is relative the state of Florida it had it was a big bone wilderness handle it but the result was not going to be sufficiently just every obscene was going to walk not serve any jail time there's gonna be no restitution paid to the victims and he was not going to be out of on the lifetime sex offender register now he is anyway to jail for a year now is that enough in retrospect obviously not but what were you gonna be able to get more well maybe you could have at trial but here's what might of Hong Alex Acosta in his statement the other day he said like that it was well it was a different time different time was it nineteen fifty three was two thousand eight two thousand six I guess when the when the whole drama began here's what was different if you think that was him saying that that we were somehow insensitive to child sex trafficking as recently as ten or twelve years ago he didn't mean that at all if you know what's intervene in in the years since that would be the me too movement which is been more about more than media executives handling up on on female colleagues it's been about the whole way the jurisprudence rolls out the whole way the the here here's the bottom line what would have happened if they if they try to mail Jeffrey up steam the wall if Alex Constance office there the the the US attorney's office in the Southern District of Florida if they'd gone after him in a way that everybody supposedly wants him to have gone after them those young girls would have been brutalized again on the stand by Jeffrey up steam high dollar shark like lawyers they would have been devoured by aggressive accusatory questioning because that's what his defense attorneys would have done so with everybody have been happy fan so maybe not everybody was happy with the way things worked out but it wasn't sufficient to derail his nomination nothing changed nothing changed about Alex Acosta you know it changed we found that Jeffrey Epstein was a continually practicing pervert we found that he was a monster and then you know what else happened hello trump Alex a constant trump cabinet bomb there you go the long knives come out and they have successfully exacted the head of a good man I wish out in a perfect world affair world Alex Acosta that may have to go we have neither a perfect world nor a fair world and the trump White House took a look at this I'm thoroughly convinced of this and and it was it was a collaborative UT wasn't that this was not like a hostage video where Alex Acosta just had to be say words that were parrot data parent words provided for him there's real affection from from the press it into his labor secretary labor secretary appreciates the opportunity to have served with that service was made quite impossible it was made quite impossible by the jackals of the modern media culture and and and they would have never relented and and this here's another thing that's that's not fair and not perfect and and not just that president trump who is the most she president in American history on the other part was there there's been plenty of sharp elbows thrown figuratively of sometimes literally in politics through the history of our country we're we're about to observe the fiftieth anniversary of the moon landing go back to the the the the summers of nineteen sixty nine and sixty eight in Vietnam LBJ and Nixon and all this is not the first time we discovered rancor in in American politics but with the the the for our cable culture an entire news media entire culture a line to bring down the present this has never happened before so the president has to do some things strategically and and getting rid of Alex Acosta was one of them he know what secretary Acosta know what so no bad blood there but it is unfortunate a good man had to go because of the blood lust of the dominant media culture all right so mortar calls come in at eight eight eight nine seven one stage of your on hold right.

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"vietnam lbj" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"vietnam lbj" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"America well Larry elder show there's a whole tug of war happening and I show up but I I love it mark Davis in for Larry by the way that's generally throws me this stuff I know it's Bob Marley the Wailers but but what in the world is the record crazy bald head so it is directed at me coming up soon fat jokes for me Larry elder show a music library just for the filling guy mark Davis from six sixty a mere three Dallas fort worth follow me on Twitter mark Davis MA RK Davis gonna grab a chunk of meat in book form that would be upside down how the left turn right and wrong truth and a lie is good and the bad that's a whole lot of subtitle just to mark Davis upside down do that on Amazon and do that on Google Barnes and noble wherever fine books are sold already over ever find calls are taken that's at eight eight eight nine seven one sage let's return some functions they were talking about of just joining us Alex Acosta out I wanted him to hang in because I believe his explanation of the plea deal for Jeffrey Eckstine was more than adequate it made sense to get a look at everything is relative the state of Florida at hand I don't see the bungled or mishandled it but the result was not going to be sufficiently just Jeffrey obscene was going to walk not serve any jail time there's gonna be no restitution paid to the victims and he was not going to be out of on the lifetime a sex offender register now he is anyway to jail for a year now is that enough in retrospect obviously not but was were you gonna be able to get more well maybe you could have at trial but here's what might of Hong Alex Acosta in his statement the other day he said like that the it was well it was a different time different time was it nineteen fifty three was two thousand eight two thousand six I guess when the when the whole drama began here's what was different if you think that was him saying that that we were somehow insensitive to child sex trafficking as recently as ten or twelve years ago he didn't mean that at all if you know what's intervened in in the years since that would be the me too movement which is been more about more than media executives handling up on on female colleagues it's been about the whole way that jurisprudence rolls out the whole way the the here here's the bottom line what would have happened if they if they tried to nail Jeffrey up sting the wall if Alex Acosta is office there the the the US attorney's office in the Southern District of Florida if they've gone after him in a way that everybody supposedly wants him to have gone after them those young girls would have been brutalized again on the stand by Jeffrey Epstein high dollar shark like lawyers they would have been devoured by aggressive accusatory questioning because that's what his defense attorneys would have done so with everybody you've been happy family so maybe not everybody was happy with the way things worked out but it wasn't sufficient to derail his nomination nothing changed nothing changed about Alex Acosta you know it changed we found that Jeffrey Epstein was a continually practicing pervert we found that he was a monster and then you know what else happened hello trump Alex Acosta trump cabinet bomb there you go the long knives come out and they have successfully exacted the head of a good man I wish out in a perfect world affair world Alex Acosta that may have to go we have neither a perfect world nor a fair world and the trump White House took a look at this I'm thoroughly convinced of this and and it was it was a collaborative you he wasn't that this was not like a hostage video Alex Acosta just had to we say words that were parent day to parent words provided for him there's real affection from from the president to his labor secretary labor secretary appreciates the opportunity to observe but that service was made quite impossible it was made quite impossible by the jackals of the modern media culture and and and they would have never relented and and this here's another thing that's that's not fair and not perfect and and not just that president trump who is the most is she president in American history but the other part listen there there's been plenty of sharp elbows thrown figuratively and sometimes literally in politics through the history of our country we're we're about to observe the fiftieth anniversary of the moon landing go back to the the the the summers of nineteen sixty died at sixty eight in Vietnam LBJ and Nixon this is not the first time we discovered rancor in in American politics but with the the the for our cable culture an entire news media entire culture a line to bring down the present this it's never happened before so the president has to do some things strategically and and getting rid of Alex Acosta was one of them he knew it secretary Acosta know what so no bad blood there but it is unfortunate a good man had to go because of the blood lust of the dominant media culture all right so more calls coming up eight eight eight nine seven one stage of your on.

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"vietnam lbj" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"vietnam lbj" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Young girls would have been brutalized again on the stand by Jeffrey up steam high dollar shark like lawyers they would have been devoured by aggressive accusatory questioning because that's what his defense attorneys would have done so with everybody have been happy van so maybe not everybody was happy with the way things worked out but it wasn't sufficient to derail his nomination nothing changed nothing changed about Alex Acosta you know it changed we found that Jeffrey Epstein was a continually practicing pervert we found that he was a monster and then you know what else happened hello trump Alex Acosta truck cabinet bomb there you go the long knives come out and they have successfully exacted the head of a good man I wish in a perfect world affair world Alex Acosta that may have to go we have neither a perfect world nor a fair world and the trump White House took a look at this I'm thoroughly convinced of this and and it was it was a collaborative you he wasn't that this was not like a hostage video Alex Acosta just had to say words that were parent day to parent words provided for him there's real affection from from the president to his labor secretary labor secretary appreciates the opportunity to have served with that service was made quite impossible it was made quite impossible by the jackals of the modern media culture and and then they would have never relented and in this here's another thing that's that's not fair and not perfect and and not just that president trump who is the most she president in American history on the other part was there there's been plenty of sharp elbows thrown figuratively and sometimes literally in politics through the history of our country the we're we're about to observe the fiftieth anniversary of the moon landing go back to the the the the summers of nineteen sixty died at sixty eight in Vietnam LBJ and Nixon this is not the first time that we discovered rancor in in American politics but with the the the for our cable culture an entire news media entire culture a line to bring down the present this it's never happened before so the president has to do some things strategically and and getting rid of Alex Acosta was one of them he knew it secretary a cost to know it so no bad blood there but it is unfortunate a good man had to go because of the blood lust of the dominant media culture all right so more calls coming at eight eight eight nine seven one stage of your on hold right.

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"vietnam lbj" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

Stay Tuned with Preet

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"vietnam lbj" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

"But for instance, I am very tough on LBJ in Vietnam, especially because you know, I studied these tapes that he made of his private conversations almost seven hundred hours and the worst one was in nineteen sixty five he's talking to his Defense Secretary Robert McNamara who I see is one of the great villains in American history. Mcnamara had said LBJ you must get into the war in Vietnam. President Kennedy would have done it. You'll be letting down your country if you don't do it and later on as your member pre of McNamara in the nineteen ninety is wrote a book, basically saying it wasn't me. I was always skeptical the Vietnam war from the beginning. I say it's. Great thing that LBJ made these secret tapes at his conversations because those were released a little bit later and show that McNamara had been lying in his book without the tapes. We would know that. But there's a horrible moment in nineteen sixty five. February the first month Johnson was sending American forces off to the Domin big numbers saying we're going to win in private is talking to McNamara. He says Johnson does I can't think of anything worse than losing the war in Vietnam. And I can't see any way that we can win. And if you were an I are talking about just about the worst thing president can do we can think of a few things, but I can't think of much worse than sending young idealistic Americans off to wage a war give their lives for a cause that in private even at the very beginning. Secretly, the president thinks there's no hope of winning can ask you. This do presidents who have military background handle the question of war. Better and with more restraint than those without military background or is there. No trend. I would feel comforted by president with a military background for two reasons. Number one president. You know, let's say Dwight Eisenhower. Dwight Eisenhower kept us out of war set on a half years that wasn't by accident in the mid nineteen fifties, the French withdrew from Vietnam. There was huge pressure on Eisenhower to get us involved in Vietnam. He said, no because of his life experience, he knew that getting into a land war in Asia would be very difficult. Plus, he had empathy with his soldiers. He had been the one who sat huge numbers of allied soldiers on d day off to die, which he knew in advance. And there's a photograph of Eisenhower nineteen fifty two eight years later where he's talking about d day any begins to cry and Eisenhower is not thought of as an emotional person. He covers his face. With a handkerchief because he so embarrassed to be weeping and public you find that kind of empathy in a presidents had that kind of experience. But the other thing you want is a president who knows the limitations of the generals Yuna. Sometimes you hear president say cluding someone we know just leave it to the generals. So worst idea leave it at the generals mean one of the stories I have in this book is something we didn't really know the full extent of before which is early nineteen sixty eight Johnsons general in Vietnam LBJ's, William Westmoreland comes to him and says we're stalemated in Vietnam, we might suffer a defeat. I think we should move nuclear weapons into South Vietnam and use them if necessary and Johnson, basically is irate, and he says absolutely not. If this war goes nuclear of the Russians and the Chinese will come in. We could kill tens of millions of people there could be a nuclear war, and he ordered all the dock. Coments locked up, and Matt and Westmoreland resigned. Few a few months later. This may have been the reason I want a president who understands that generals are great and strategy, but they have their limitations, and they're supposed to I want you as someone who's written books on the presidency and on war and this book about both those issues to explain something both to me into the audience that I don't think is so easily understandable. And that is who declares war in why every time there's the possibility of armed conflict somewhere members of the house and Senate get up and say, you have to go through congress, and there were various statutes, including the War Powers Act. There's a constitution that you mentioned that some people read more than others, right?.

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"vietnam lbj" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"vietnam lbj" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"To you great to be with you did you did you run a write in candidate for president in two thousand sixteen a yeah it was one of five people that could be officially elected back in twenty sixteen it was it you cannot just run as a write in candidate without getting registered so i was registered around the country pick a big effort but unfortunately the press has no interest in the very end when they realized that there were stocked with these candidates and they started call but i thought maybe got more votes than hillary before we jump jump into the fiscal crisis what are your thoughts on the prospects of a trade war with china the truth is on things could turn around they could put back down but you've got both sides spending tariffs announcing tariffs already on fifty billion dollars of goods and each side and then president trump yesterday things gonna add track tariffs on another one hundred billion chinese of course will respond and this'll be disaster for the stock market and for the economy and interest rates are going to shoot up i'm sure we could go into recession i mean this is just you know if you have legitimate concerns you don't raise them in such a antagonistic manner you take them to the world trade organization ought to make a decision that everybody agrees to and the chinese will there's been certainly a lot of discussion over the years about the chinese stealing our intellectual property well seems like our government should do things to get help our our companies protect their intellectual property we may be stealing chinese intellectual property sure the chinese are claiming that so good to have an independent forum really explore who's telling the truth here it's not like our government always tells the truth about everything i'm old enough to remember nixon vietnam lbj solution lbj.

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"vietnam lbj" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"vietnam lbj" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"To you great to be with you did you did you run a write in candidacy for president in two thousand sixteen a yeah it was one of five people that could be officially elected back in twenty sixteen it was it you cannot just run as a write in candidate without getting registered so i was registered around the country took a big effort but unfortunately the press has no interest until the very end when they realized that there were stocked with these two candidates and they started call but i thought maybe you got more votes than hillary before we jump into the fiscal crisis what are your thoughts on the prospects of a trade war with china well i think we're in the middle of winter ready the size on you know things could turn around they could flip back down but he's got both sides spending tariffs announcing tariffs already on fifty billion dollars than each side and then president trump yesterday said he's gonna add track tariffs on another one hundred billion to chinese of course will respond and this will be disaster for the stock market and for the economy and interest rates are gonna shoot up i'm sure we could go into recession i mean this is just the exist you know if you have legitimate concerns you don't raise them in such a mystic manor you take them to the world trade organization to make a decision that everybody agrees to and the chinese will there's been certainly a lot of discussion over the years about the chinese stealing our intellectual property well seems like our government should do things to help our our companies protect their intellectual property we may be stealing chinese intellectual property sure the chinese are claiming that will be good to have an independent forum really explore he's telling the truth here it's not like our government always tells the truth about everything i'm old enough to remember nixon vietnam lbj evolution lbj.

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"vietnam lbj" Discussed on LBJ's War

LBJ's War

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"vietnam lbj" Discussed on LBJ's War

"In an effort to reassure the country on vietnam johnson recruited clark clifford a venerable washington insider and by all accounts a hawk on the war to replace robert mcnamara secretary of defense he came into the pentagon john bone march 1st 1968 this is clark clifford and that's when really brother all of the concerns that it might have felt before all began to come to the surface and went tuition an air laid up say in a go home at night and be an easy and disturbed and in weight start again the next day and we go through this business critical point came after several weeks of briefing when tougher put the question to the joint chiefs it was describing what we could do with a larger force in south vietnam whether this would win the war i said new one or what is the military plane for victory in south vietnam there was no military plane is this kind of bottomless hit you see we could just be the year after year after year sacrificing ten thousand american boise ear he just didn't he hit a lbj new secretary of defense was recognizing what his boss was still determined not to see just two months earlier on a christmas visit to american troops in vietnam lbj had offered eloquent reassurance that their service and sacrifice had a noble purpose josh it was a speech that winston churchill might well of admired i must have been time that you wish that this cup i ask from you that it might have come and some other place at some other time artists some other generation but if it came here on its want us now.

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"vietnam lbj" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"vietnam lbj" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Country on vietnam johnson recruited clark clifford a venerable washington insider and by all accounts a hawk on the war to replace robert mcnamara secretary of defense he came into the pentagon john bone march 1st 1968 this is clark clifford and it's flynn really growth all of the concerns that the might have felt before all began come that a surface went cushioned damon eardley upset in a gulf form of night and be an easy and disturb arab dhanin weight start again the next day and we going through this business the critical point came after several weeks of briefing when differ put the question to the joy of cheese it was describing what we could do with a larger force in south vietnam whether this would win the war i said no of annual what is the military plea for victor in at vietnam there was no me terribly here's this kind of bottomless hit you see we could just be their year after year after year sacrificing ten thousand american boise ear just didn't he hit a lbj new secretary of defense was recognizing what his boss was still determined not to see just two months earlier on a christmas visit to american troops in vietnam lbj had offered eloquent reassurance that their service and sacrifice had a noble purpose he was a speech that winston churchill might well of admired that must've been that you wish a fish caught i ask from you that it might have come and some other place at some other time artists on all the generation but it didn't it came here on its want us now and i pray that you will be strengthened this crushed must ban walk although all of your loved ones and your people and buy your own great steadfast o ge while may god bless you and may god keith each of you looking back it seems to me one great disadvantage lyndon johnson and his ruling this is people to trust since unease mistrust jill resident diligence moon it was the greatest political tragedy my lifetime no president in my knowledge at any time in american history ever worked at the job any harder than he did i don't think any president ever wanted to go down in history as a great president anymore the johnson dead all of this simply underscores my own personal regretted that what happened to him in vietnam.

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"vietnam lbj" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"vietnam lbj" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is where the viet cong raiders roll here they had explosive behr pauper's apparently to destroy the embassy in that purpose they did not succeed in the predawn hours of january three first 1968 north vietnam launched a massive surprise attack on dozens of american and south vietnamese targets militarily the tet offensive was a defeat for the north which suffered enormous casualties but politically it was a vastly different story the ability of north vietnam to mount an attack on this scale made it clear that the white house it either underestimated the strength and resolve of the north or knew the truth but deliberately kept it from the american public either way for president johnson tat was a public relations disaster this was really the lows dismay loved the ira ever remember in the white house this month to february the terrible quality of the war video came owned people it appeared that these guys did more quit that all alerting never going to quit let our crowd was a as caught off guard as ever in an effort to reassure the country on vietnam johnson recruited clark clifford a venerable washington insider and by all accounts a hawk on the war to replace robert mcnamara secretary of defense came into the pentagon john bone moore first 1968 this is clark clifford and its footing really froth all of the concerns that it might have felt before all began that come to the surface and went push into an air in the post up say in a go home night and be an easy and disturbed the new weight start again the next day and meet going through this business the critical point came after several weeks of briefing when clifford but the question to the joint chiefs it was describing what we can do with a larger force in south vietnam whether this would win the war that said i wanna know what is the military clean for victory in suv it loan there was new military plane is this kind of bottomless hit you see we could just be their year after year after year sacrificing ten thousand new york a year just didn't hit a lbj new secretary of defense was recognizing what his boss was still determined not to see just two months earlier on a christmas visit to american troops in vietnam lbj had offered eloquent reassurance that their service and sacrifice had a noble purpose josh you was a speech that winston churchill might well.

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