18 Burst results for "Vietnam War Memorial"

"vietnam war memorial" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:53 min | 2 months ago

"vietnam war memorial" Discussed on WTOP

"Evening I'm Shayna doolin won Herrera is our producer a special report now from CBS News CBS News special report remembering those who've made the ultimate sacrifice President Biden spoke at Arlington national cemetery on this Memorial Day after he laid a wreath at the tomb of the unknown soldier Moral day is always a day where pain and pride are mixed together Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin tells those who have lost loved ones in service There we go all of you support that does not waver We renew that dedication every Memorial Day Retired army sergeant Tony Mustafa visited the Vietnam War memorial People that's on the Vietnam War that was personal to me We were 17 18 years old there I still remember the conversations that we had More than 58,000 U.S. service members died in the Vietnam War CBS News special report I'm Jennifer Kuiper It's 8 32 as the nation still reels from two recent mass shootings in New York and in Texas Senators from both parties are promising to continue meeting on possible gun legislation WTO's Mitchell Miller is following all this from Capitol Hill Connecticut Democrat Chris Murphy says talks with Republicans will keep moving forward We will be engaged in bipartisan conversations to try to find a path forward to make our streets safer to make our schools safer Members of both parties have said improving background checks and so called red flag laws to keep guns out of the hands of those deemed harmful to themselves or others remain the most likely areas of agreement Illinois Republican Adam kinzinger speaking recently on ABC praises Murphy's latest efforts He is really focusing on what can I actually do at.

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"vietnam war memorial" Discussed on Mentors for Military Podcast

Mentors for Military Podcast

02:17 min | 5 months ago

"vietnam war memorial" Discussed on Mentors for Military Podcast

"Well, let me think about what I got to say here. Jump right in. So what do you want to know about my grandfather? He had a best friend, right? And that was actually my father. Best friend. His name was Randall stern's. He was killed in Vietnam. He named me David Randall, and I named my son, Jackson Randall. So it's kind of cool. We got to go to the Vietnam War memorial, I got to show Jackson where's name came from. What it meant. I really didn't know the meaning of elder. It's a long story behind that. So I just told my son that it meant a warrior's heart. So I told him growing up, hey, your name means warriors heart. Never forget where you come from. My wife, when he went off to the military, he's in the air force now. She wrote a little piece and in there it said, it's an obviously to know Jackson. He never Googled it. Because he only just believed. That's amazing. And it was kind of cool. Yeah, that is cool. So what is the story between your father and this gentleman? Well, Randall stern said we just high school buddies and I went through the draft and Randall was shot and killed in Vietnam. And so I don't know a lot about the story. All I know is that my dad would take me to the stern's house every now and then. I would play in the front yard and didn't really know when I was there. They would come out and watch and then I would get in the car and leave. And later on in life, I learned that that was Randall's parents. My dad maybe didn't know what to say or what to do, but they loved watching me come play in the yard. Did you ever do any research on this guy? Go ahead and get his military file if you can. No, it's a great point. I probably should do that. We have a memorial in Tuscaloosa where I'm from and he's.

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"vietnam war memorial" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:00 min | 5 months ago

"vietnam war memorial" Discussed on WGN Radio

"You don't shoot your brothers We are truly a brother We're not brothers with the Kremlin administration but we brothers with the soldiers And if they're willing not to shoot and kill they should do it In colonel sewage told the congregation that it's the rest of the world's responsibility to say no more and to stand up for the rights of Ukrainians Veterans together as well to show their support for Ukraine they held a short service yesterday the Vietnam War memorial in the loop the group said they know what war is like but the veterans say everyone needs to be there for Ukrainians as they continue to fight to protect their country Let's drop in for a wild ride on Wall Street as the crisis in Ukraine continues Being great Greg McBride says investors should stay calm and focus on the long term You got to be in it to win it Markets are going to be volatile this year anyway even if we had total world peace and harmony because of the fact that interest rates are going up and inflation is very very high He expects the fed to announce the first rate hike next month but how much it raises interest rates remains to be seen Inflation was up 7 and a half percent in the 12 month period ending in January the highest it's hit in 40 years A Russian troops seem to be checking out the dating scene as they're on their mission in Ukraine Mark Mayfield explains Ukrainian women in the city of kharkiv were bombarded with likes and messages from Russian soldiers on the dating app Tinder One thing the flirty soldiers didn't consider is that the app is location based They would be romantics ended up giving away their military positions The love bombing continued until Russian troops were ordered to shut off their phones prior to Thursday's invasion I Mark Mayfield Illinois indoor mask mandates are ending today for public spaces and for schools The decision largely hinges on updated CDC guidance Illinois is down to 15 cases per 100,000 local governments businesses and school districts in Illinois are allowed to keep their own mandates in place which is what CPS is doing Doctor Robert Murphy professor infectious diseases at northwestern's feinberg school of medicine recommends continuing to wear a mask in crowded spaces hospitals or if you're at high risk Well let's hope everyone behaves in a sensible way because it hasn't gone away And everyone must still max a wear masks on public transportation A bill that would help identify bodies faster past in the Senate now heads to the Illinois House It's named after jelani day He's the graduate student at Illinois state university in Bloomington who disappeared last August His body was found on September 4th but it took two more weeks to identify him His mother Carmen Bolton day Nobody wants to go through the agony of not knowing where their loved one is If their loved one is still out there missing or if their loved one is laying in a cold cabinet in a corner office The bill amends the missing person's identification act it would require the FBI become more involved after 72 hours if a medical examiner or coroner can not identify human remains Security fencing is back up around the U.S. capitol building ahead of President Biden's State of the Union address Tuesday capitol police say they're concerned about potential demonstrations as anti vaccine mandate truck convoys head toward Washington The Pentagon already deployed 700 unarmed National Guard troops to help with traffic.

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"vietnam war memorial" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"vietnam war memorial" Discussed on Today in Focus

"Such that winston churchill was war hero and was widely celebrated such so. He's a complicated figure sufficiently complicated that he was war hero. Who was elected out on a landslide seems was empha-. Snatches on not complicated things you don't get to have like on the one hand on the other hand. He did this but he did that. With the statue if that veneration snow for debate but for it's much more than about churchill or custom or federate generals is much more for me about all. I have a problem. Whose statue's in. General coming up. Why gary would tear down all starches including those of individuals we can. All agree are great. Human rights. Activist gary in your piece. You say yes. Remove columbus leopold the second coasted and rights that they knew all say tear down mandela gandhi. See cole and tubman to. Why would you want to remove memorials to those civil rights. Heroes when you say ted ex. We spent lucky bit of a maniac. Like i'm gonna do my teeth but just to clarify carries no planning himself and nathan but Why i think they should come down. There are a few reasons. First of all i think they are. Poll works of public art. Generally secondly i think they do their job poorly of memorialize action. We got back to the plants. Can you name the people on the planes people. Can't i think you said not a very creative to remember. People said i think that they elevate the individual as being the sole motor of history and it removes them from the collective comtex that statue of montigny king standing alone in the mall in washington dc. What money's king was pounded movement. He been nothing that that movement when he can't how to dream speech and give me botham. It's two hundred and fifty thousand people and it was that movement that brought about civil rights. It wasn't him on his. So people become abstracted simply rosa parks fantastic woman one woman but she obstructed from the twelve month. Long boycott of the montgomery buses which made have historical figure that she was so i am full public. Memorialize ation the vietnam war memorial the holocaust memorial the memorial to the famine in ireland in dublin. Things that remember moment. So i think that there would be value in saying not just would not gonna denounce anymore but the ones that we have. We are going to retire and return them respectfully. We put them in museums. We allow people to see them. It's not like banning books and there is a way of maintaining and understanding of what we would doing during this period but bedding down the bound. There is an argument. Which i'm sure agree with but there is an argument. That if memorializing. Rosa parks mrs our the other people. He played an important role in that story. Then you could put up more statues to them rather than take care down you could you. Could you ever worked for the statues. I'm with you know. Be an you have a problem and you're trying to get around but you could. You could just keep putting them up. I was informed yesterday. There are most pulses in catis than the of women you can equalize women and horses and then the women and the men could keep going okay so we don't need loads more statue as but in your face you're saying take them all down. That is the sort of either people see quite extreme. It unnerves them but no one is ever gonna let me run anything not be clear. And so you might not be the first choice of boris johnson statue commission. I'm going to no problem. But as a provocation. Which is what it's intended to be. I do believe this. I wouldn't if i didn't believe it but as a way of thinking about statues which we are at the minimum this i think is a useful critical way to think about that. She's do we want more than do we want to equalize this or do we want to stop and think about how we are remembering moments and people. Is this the best way clearly. It has been taken as quite an extreme tight polls tend to shy very very few people think start. She should be taken down but clearly. The pair of you have sat out some very strong arguments about the problems with starches on the way we deal with them practically speaking. Do you agree with gary that they should be put in a museum or do you think there's a 'nother thing that we should be thinking about here and if so practically how do you go about the hats. Thankfully i think impractical turns. It's not a question that we're going to have to grapple with in the immediate future. It's actually difficult enough to remove the statues the act to this have been working on for years and years a statue of the slave traders and the colonizers sicom imagine the difficulties that would face trying to remove the rosa parks and the other people so i think has a priority. I think what we need to do is to get in place mechanisms for actually listening to the communities and the people who have been calling for decades sometimes seventy s and eighty s. If not earlier. I choose to be removed. Articulating really clear really convincing really kind of nuanced reasons. Why they're so problematic and coming up with proposals for what to do with an impractical terms whether that's putting them in museums having space for them to be properly explained to her listing present. The reasons why they went up and.

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"vietnam war memorial" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"vietnam war memorial" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Mobile news on the level on the go, making the best out of what she calls a difficult situation. Cloudy and 46 degrees on Monument Circle. Today's high 52 on John Herrick. Here's What's trending at 6 31. The grand jury's decision and Indianapolis is not to indict Officer Dodge or Mercer, the any police officer who shot and killed Rayshawn read on May 6th after a chase. I have to believe that justice was done because I trust our system. I trust our judicial system. Special prosecutor Rosemary Curry says she's empathetic to both sides. The Reid family and the cop who may have had no choice about 100 people showed up to protest that ruling Tuesday night. This protester with a message for Reed's family, I agree with you, but I don't know how you will ever be able to get through. I hope Andy 10. Black lives, matter says they'll be out protest Ng again tonight Pope Francis promising to end sexual abuse in the Catholic Church. The pontiff made his pledge today his first since the release of a report on how the Vatican handled the case of former US Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, who served as the archbishop of Washington, D. C. The report found that McCarrick had been promoted by Pope John Paul, the second despite rumors of sexual abuse. Just one of a Siri's of failings concerning the Cardinal Joe Biden is the president elect and president Trump is contesting the elections results but to Georgia Senate races could determine the balance of power. Democrat John Assaraf versus Republican Senator David Perdue and Senator Kelly Leffler versus Democrat Raphael Warnock Vice President Mike Pence expected in Georgia next week to give the Senators of push. Meanwhile, Stacey Abrams has already raised $6 million for the Den's Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer hitting out Flor and Purdue calling on the Georgia secretary of state to resign As Fox's Marianne Rafferty reporting today is veteran's day in our nation's capital. The wreath laying will still take place at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery and other memorials such as the Vietnam War Memorial, Korean Memorial and much more. I'm John Harris on the level on the going on Twitter at 93. W. Y. B C and W II be si dot com. This isn't something the end of business radio. I'm Gary. Pick the pandemic is not slowing down. One Indiana third party logistics firm, Far from it in Indianapolis. Space spot Freight, which just last year expanded its downtown Indianapolis headquarters is now looking to have 200 sales and related positions in Indiana co founder and president Andrew Elstner says technology is driving growth. The stuff we're doing today, with very so much like a ride, hailing app connecting drivers.

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Travel to Alabama

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

04:45 min | 2 years ago

Travel to Alabama

"Welcome traveler I'm your host Chris Christensen just see if we don't deliver on that word epic that I put in the intro. We've got lots to talk about as we talk about Alabama. I'd like to welcome the show. Larry Beiber who is a freelance travel, writer and editor also has his own website at Larry Bloomberg. Dot Com, and also at civil rights travel dot com, and he's come to talk to us about Alabama Larry Welcome to the show. Let's great to be here, Chris. This is a show that is about a year and a half in the making at least not with Larry. We just got him involved recently, but I've done three trips to Alabama last year and a half and had been really wanting to do a show about it. But I really wanted to do it with somebody who knew more about Alabama than I did and Larry. You've lived in Alabama for eleven years. I, think. We say that's right over a decade. And you came there to work a job in the travel magazine industry at. At coastal living, which was based here as is southern living in cooking, light and a lot of other magazines. Why should somebody go to Alabama? There's lots of reasons and I think the place to start is that most people don't know about Alabama? They they know. Their stereotypes there's. There's what they've heard over the years, but the truth is the south remains one of the most colorful and least understood parts of the country and the best way to learn about. It is to go there, and it's easy. It's easy to do and this I. Think will turn People's view under head. It's the center of Civil Rights History which I think. A lot of people know in the best way to understand that as visit the sites where these famed events happened. But it's also got incredible food. One of the most vibrant food scenes in the country right now mountains in some of the best beaches in the country, if not the world, which again does not fit that stereotype that people have the deep south well. I'm going to be one of those people that admits that I Alabama was something like my forty seventh state to go to or something like that, and it was kept to the last somewhat because I grew up in the sixties, and my picture of Alabama was what I saw on the nightly news. It was that troubled. Civil Rights history that we talk about which we can. Celebrate what happened now and and what went on, but it was kind of tough to watch it all going on at the time, and that colored my views of Alabama for pope. And I have fallen in love with the state here in the last trips that I've gone through and a little surprised to say that because I didn't really expect to. But what would you recommend for an itinerary for Alabama? Alabama literally goes from the mountains to the seas in I I would start just for simplicity's sake in the north. In Huntsville and in the Florence area where you will see incredible NASA rocket history because I was intrical part of the NASA system, the NASA development and then. Some a rock and roll shrine in the muscle shoals hall of fame, and then down to Birmingham where you do find that civil rights history where a lot of those disturbing images happen half a century ago. Frankly and now it's one of the most vibrant food scenes in the country and a place. That really has a buzz to it. There's a lot of new parks architecture. There's a lot of people they may be. Decades ago would have left to go off to find their fortune in New York or Los Angeles. And now they're staying there and creating some wonderful things and then I. go down to Montgomery with the state capital. Eight incredible new memorial is just open. I don't know if you've seen that. The equal justice just there. The Lynching Memorial, which I was told by an architecture critic, maybe the most important memorial in this country in the decade. Right up there with the Vietnam war memorial to the victims of lynching very sobering in your face, challenging kind of place, then go out to places I don't think are as much on the radar for people as far as Alabama mobile is a surprise mobile I call the little easy, because it's a lot like New Orleans, but it's tiny. It's much easier to navigate in. It's a lot of fun and then down to this beautiful beautiful Gulf. Shore beaches, the white sands, sugar sand beaches that I literally I been in Borussia of all places in the Indian Ocean on the beaches, and I came to the Gulf coast the next month. For some reason, it just worked out in the Gulf coast. Beaches were better than what I had seen in the Indian. Ocean Sept-. Beautiful I will back you up on that end in both a surprise part and the beautiful part. That will give you a good week from north the sound that

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"vietnam war memorial" Discussed on Table Reads

Table Reads

11:10 min | 2 years ago

"vietnam war memorial" Discussed on Table Reads

"You reading something? Yes he's reading the WIKKI that is dedicated to Dr Manhattan's Blue Sh- long. It's a blog in two thousand nine called Dr Watchman's glowing Blue Pena's but they're also wrong because lorries entire job with the governor government is fucking Doctor Manhattan. Yeah her job is literally fuck that guy to keep him happy and we will pay you a salary for that Lori. Schneck is a prostitute essentially this. This is my favorite one. Volts Dot com Dr Manhattan's giant blue. Weiner gets glowing reviews. I'm out I'm out all right edges. She storms back into the living quarters. Pass Dr Manhattan's One and two who pop out of existence. As soon as she passes the original Doctor Manhattan Cox in eyebrow size and returns to his equipment fade through to interior rooftop restaurant night. A pricey join in midtown Dr Lori. Well Fed or hard at work on their second bottle of wine. She looks amazingly beautiful in full makeup and low cut evening gown but it's largely wasted on her preoccupy date at the moment. She's filling him in on life with Dr Manhattan. This is like the lowest rent version of the script. It is none of that. None of that transition made any sense at least in the movie and book he was like till till you tell them. I said Hi. And she's like what tell Daniel I know. You don't get it when he cocks eyebrow that's supposed to convey that like the putting all the weight on the actor to get that across understood. Sorry I'm Laurie. The government's really worried he gets so flaky sometime. I guess it's no picnic being the world's only super human off after keep him and laugh. She flexes her biceps and holds the pose waiting for Dreamer to laugh. He doesn't in fact he barely even notices. His gaze has wandered off into a far corner of the room. Excuse me exactly are you tonight? I'm dry bird. Yeah no I either driver whitest you are the Whitest I duNNo. I look pretty white video. Sorry it's this thing with Blake. I mean you don't really think anyone's out to get us do you. Then are you really that paranoid? Let's face it Eddie. Blake was no mother Theresa psychotic pig. He had a coming. Mr C t you wait. We all had the same to this. Blake. It was worked for the government or do Tom. Fine but the civil terrorism unit fucking Gestapo dirty tricks political assassinations now. He's got Lori nervous. She Scans the restaurant quickly then leans forward and speaks in hushed tones. Okay Okay you major choice. You went underground. Some of US made other twists. Yeah at pig blake gets buried at Arlington full military honors. And I'm still in the psycho file with Rohrschack. Laurie looks at him a moment. She starts to chuckle. What's so funny and I got food nineteenth. I'm just wondering what you would have said ten years ago if you could see yourself right now. Well here's to the comedian because the fact is is dead and we're not. Freberg makes a face and smiles despite himself exterior rooftop outside restaurant night. Driebergen Laurie have repaired to the romantic rooftop. Terrorists which overlooks the Manhattan skyline. They're holding big snifters of Brandy and they're both pretty well drunk. The PISAR is nobody remembers all the Good Shit we did. I mean we were heroes. Damn straight stray. We were heroes. Of course we look like idiots in those bonds attack bids now is Adrian's idea. I know he's the smartest man in the world and all that but talk about publicity hounds. Hey you remember that. Not In the hockey mask with the asthma. What's what was his name. Batman brought back the one they used to confess everything Hogan we'd be him up. That's the one whatever happened to him. He pulled it on Roy Shack Rohrschack dropped him down an elevator shaft. Lagasse for a second and a half than her hand goes through mouth and light driver. She's giggling helplessly camera pulls up and away isolating them on the rooftop and we hear us and Torian voiceover seen in the midst of life. We are in death. Cut to exterior Arlington National Cemetery. Day In American flag lies in the coffin of Edward Blink and so we condemn our brother. Edward Blake unto. God we shall change our vile body that it may be like unto his glorious body. Tight on Doctor Manhattan. Standing in a graveside amid tight. No of mourners. There's no weeping no GNASHING OF TEETH. Most of the attendees are bureaucrats military. Men obviously here for reasons of protocol nearby. Qadri of rifleman ready to send Blake off the traditional twenty one gun salute according to the mighty working whereby he is able to do all things unto himself. A light rain begins to fall umbrellas. Open all around Dr Manhattan. Of course doesn't need one the raindrops vanish. Miraculously before they striked him. Car Horn sounded the distance and he glances off at exterior another part of the cemetery that moment century stand at attention. They've blocked off part of the cemetery where the funeral is taking place. But the good doctor has been spotted. Nonetheless and word of his presence is spreading like wildfire mourners in tourists are rushing in from every corner of the cemetery to get a look at the bright blue superman with all due respect for the dead Arlington nationals. Turning into a zoo gawkers are lined up three or four deep. The centuries have their hands full managing the crowd. A kid breaks free from his parents and sprints across the grave to join the excited throng as he does our attention. Settles on the Vietnam War Memorial. It's not the familiar stark black wall. It is bizarrely a chiseled marble representation of Dr Manhattan. His eyes are turned skyward. And he's cradling a wounded American in his massive arms Pieta style on the pedestal beneath it. A bronze plaque bears the inscription in memory of the brave Americans who gave their lives to achieve victory in Vietnam below. It are the names of American dead. There are almost four hundred of them exterior military installation night. The Rockefeller Military Research Center lorries. Home Sweet home or car pulls up to the guards booth and he waves her through as soon as the chain link. Gate rolls back into place behind her. The guard picks up a phone and punches. In a number exterior research center night Lori strides up a concrete walkway at the entrance to the complex fumbling in her purse for a MAG striped. She inserts the card into a slot at the door. Nothing happens she tries again. Still No luck just then a long black car pulls up. Hyder at a uniformed officer Major Adamson steps out Major Adamson. I can't seem to get in the door. Laurie I'll have to ask you to come with me. Why what's the problem? I love that Jeffs reading her as still drunk but she's not a she is. I just love that you remembered. The she was drunk. Oh probably still drunk all right cool. I. I can't tell you that it is quite rigid. Would like to use the bathroom as she speaks to armed guards come marching up the walkway. The access codes been changed. Your car won't work anymore. What please the major puts a firm hand on her elbow and leads her off. The guards stand at attention then fall in behind them as they pass. What a weird way to find out someone's broken up with you right send a General Electric Adamson holds the car door open lorries climbing inside when she sees something which turns confusion into outright panic. The entrance to the research center has just opened an emerging from it onto the walkway or a half dozen men in full radiation suits interior medical APP nights Lori enters with full military escort the troops hand off to a team of doctors and technicians. Then dropped back to stand guard at the door. A Brusque nerd presents Brusque Moore brother nurse presents her with a short white gown baiter way. Better mischievous nick. Put this on if you would. What drink this the Dr Hans Loria full of iridescent green fluid she stares at it still somewhat nonplussed. Yeah fluctuating drink it. Interior medical lab anteroom night technicians monitor a series of computer screens on the screens. Are are shifting..

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"vietnam war memorial" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"vietnam war memorial" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"This opportunity today to pay that back a little bit is a great opportunity for us all the wall will be an eighty percent replica of the Vietnam War memorial in Washington Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's newsradio thirty degrees cloudy in Boston right now there are still some flurries and snow showers around for the morning hours and when they hit the ground which is well below freezing you know what you get some ice slick spots out there it will be a windy day will start with a little sunshine class moving in this afternoon could be some quick bursts of snow before nightfall daytime high today thirty eight tonight windy dropping to below freezing well below freezing sixteen here in downtown Boston and single digits north and west tomorrow sunny blustery quite cold a high of twenty seven how long your commute will be please listen to Morrow's whether to date civil it was a place with you here first world easy Boston's news radio celebrate the season of giving with I heart radio is twenty five days of gifts and enter for a chance to win high since fifty inch roku T. V. R. sixty series the high since roku T. V. R. sixty series incredible detail into a four K. ultra HD HTR enhance this place that boost coloring contrast plus with roku T. V. it's easy to watch what you love with quick access to live TV and thousands of streaming channels like I heart radio she will your favorite holiday music.

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"vietnam war memorial" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"vietnam war memorial" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Eight zero Joe package dot com glad to have you here some phone calls to come we got a story the bottom of the hour a woman crying almost sixty years later to get her father's name on the Vietnam War memorial along with ninety somewhat other people who were killed in an assumed the plane crash on the way to a mission in Saigon you'll hear her story on the death of one of your opinion on whether it whether their name should be either I think they should be at home with the president will will take note ever contacted some senators so we'll see that story coming up in about six seven minutes alright to stick around we got a full lines lying to is out lace in Minnesota lace what's going on if you want to weigh in on the Israel Sir I I just want to see that they're a sovereign nation that they have the right to deny anybody access to the country do you do this I think they're quite gracious offering her the opportunity to come and see her grandmother and really doesn't care about her grandmother yeah no kidding it just political posturing is all it is do you do the question I'm asking is very simple do you think they want to be denied yes absolutely they wanna be tonight they wanna they wanna make a big deal out of nothing I hear you I think you're probably right on a about that again those of you in Minnesota if you're conservative believe in traditional American values stop sitting on the fence stop sitting on the sidelines stop sitting in the stands get in the game the next election look troubles one Minnesota was very close and he can win it should every go conservative slash Republican or person who likes the economy goes out and and vote for him a lot of people sit on their hands and stay for that'll be a big win hello behold you a lot of states have people thought that he couldn't and Minnesota could be the next one you need to do something to change things up there because the radical element is trying its best to take hold of that state we go to Stephen Kansas the what's going on high hello Joe that wanna bring up the fact that the the Democrats aligned because then to go out and get in Israel how about when the Democrats let let let Yano talk to the Congress what do you want him to he did but they just didn't show up okay so you're you're right in an Obama treated Netanyahu like garbage you really did you meet him sent away for hours before they would meet together there's been an animosity a in our in our government well that was three years for Israel you remember Obama when he got elected one right to Cairo Egypt talk about all the important things Muslims have done throughout history it is about two hundred seventy miles away from Israel as the core as the crow flies dingo.

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"vietnam war memorial" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"vietnam war memorial" Discussed on KTOK

"Pads dot com glad to have you here some phone calls to come we got a story the bottom of the hour a woman crying almost sixty years later to get her father's name on the Vietnam War memorial along with ninety somewhat other people who were killed and in and assume the plane crash on the way to a mission in Saigon you'll hear her story in a bit doesn't want to hear your opinion on whether it whether their name should be either I think they should be and hopefully the president will it will take note ever contacted some senators so we'll see that story coming up at about six seven minutes alright to stick around we go to the full lines lying to is out lace in Minnesota lace what's going on I want to weigh in on the Israel Sir I I just want to see that they're a sovereign nation that they have the right to deny anybody access to the country do you do this I think you're quite gracious offering her the opportunity to come and see your grandmother and really doesn't care about her grandmother yeah no kidding it just political posturing is all it is do you do the question I'm asking is very simple do you think they want to be tonight yes absolutely they want to be denied they wanna they wanna make a big deal out of nothing I hear you I think you're probably right on a about that again those of you in Minnesota if you're conservative believe in traditional American values stop sitting on the fence stop sitting on the sidelines stop sitting in the stands get in the game the next election look troubles one Minnesota who was very close and he can win it should ever you go conservative slash Republican or person who likes the economy goes out and and vote for him a lot of people sit on their hands and stay for that'll be a big and win hello behold he won a lot of states have people thought that he couldn't and Minnesota could be the next one you need to do something to change things up there because the radical element is trying its best to take hold of that state we go to Stephen cans the what's going on high hello Joe that wanna bring up the fact that the Democrats aligned because then to go out and get in Israel how about when the Democrats wouldn't let that Jana talk to the Congress what do you want him to he did but they just didn't show up okay so you're you're right in an Obama treated Netanyahu like garbage he really did he made him sick away for hours before they would meet together there's been an animosity in our in our government well that was three years for Israel you remember Obama when he got elected one right to Cairo Egypt talk about all the important things Muslims of done throughout history and is about two hundred seventy miles away from Israel as close as the crow flies dingo.

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"vietnam war memorial" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"vietnam war memorial" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Glad to have you here some phone calls to come we got a story the bottom of the hour a woman crying almost sixty years later to get her father's name on the Vietnam War memorial along with ninety somewhat other people who were killed and in an assumed the plane crash on the way to a mission in Saigon you'll hear her story and that doesn't want to hear your opinion on whether whether there needs to be either I think they should be and hopefully the president will will take note ever contacted some senators so we'll see that story coming up at about six seven minutes alright to stick around we go to the full lines line two is out lays in Minnesota lace what's going on want to weigh in on the Israel Sir I I just want to see that they're a sovereign nation that they have the right to deny anybody access to the country I didn't quite gracious offering her the opportunity to come and see your grandmother and really doesn't care about her grandmother yeah no kidding it just political posturing is all it is do you do the question of asking is very simple do you think they want to be denied yes absolutely they wanna be denied the quantity wanna make a big deal out of nothing I think you're probably right on a about that again those of you in Minnesota if you're conservative believe in traditional American values stop sitting on the fence stop sitting on the sidelines stop sitting in the stands get in the game the next election look troubles one Minnesota it was very close and he can win it should every go conservative slash Republican or person who likes the economy goes out and and vote for him a lot of people sit on their hands and stay for they don't think they can win the lord behold you a lot of states have people thought that he couldn't and Minnesota could be the next one you need to do something to change things up there because the radical element is trying its best to take hold of that state we go to Stephen cans the what's going on high Gerald R. one and bring up the fact that the Democrats aligned because then to go out and get in Israel how about when the Democrats would let let Jana talk to the Congress well if you want to he did but they just didn't show up so you're you're right in an Obama treated Netanyahu like garbage he really did he believes it away for hours before they would meet together there's been an animosity in our in our government well that was three years for Israel you remember Obama when he got elected one right to Cairo Egypt talk about all the important things Muslims have done throughout history I use about two hundred seventy miles away from Israel as close as the crow flies then go.

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"vietnam war memorial" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

11:52 min | 3 years ago

"vietnam war memorial" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"In DC. Especially powerful the Vietnam war memorial. The giant wall with all the names of the fifty thousand plus who perished fighting in Vietnam, and the scenes that you can witness as you stand in silence near the wall, the scenes of the people, putting memories by the names of their loved ones, or friends, family members, there was a photograph this week. I don't know who took it. It's a an amazing photograph. Of a young child who wanted to get a pencil rubbing of the name of a person on the wall, and that's very popular. Someone will bring chalk, or a piece of charcoal and the place of piece of paper over the name of their loved one, and they'll rub on to get the outline of the name. And it happens all day long. But this young child was too small to reach the name, it was kinda high up on the wall, and someone else was holding the child up, and the child's arms, outstretched and rubbing the charcoal, and that's all that picture was, and you understood the generations that were now connected to the lost heroes who we honor today on Memorial Day. And then this year, something special happened in Washington DC, over by the Korean war memorial, which is a stunning memorial in itself. If you haven't seen that it's really impressive. And it shows figures of people fighting and harsh conditions in Korea, and that would sneaks up on you. You don't know what's coming when you walk up to it kind of grabs you and get you right in the heart, but right over by the Vietnam, war memorial and the Korean war memorial this year, the people from USAA had a wall of poppies. It was eight and a half feet tall eight and a half feet tall and a hundred and thirty three feet long. Think about that. Hundred thirty three feet long eight and a half feet tall. And it had six hundred forty five thousand poppies in it representing, as we mentioned earlier, each one of the lives that were lost in fighting for this country over the course of our history. And that's not the exact number six hundred forty five thousand obviously, but it is indicative of the, the massive size. Think of the city that would be that's a top twenty populated city in this country. Six hundred forty five thousand lives today as as the ceremony was held in. In arlington. I was reminded of Ronald Reagan speech from his very first inauguration in nineteen Eighty-one one. Ronald Reagan speech, where he told the story of an American soldier, who is buried in Arlington, and perhaps, if we can, we will play a clip, it clip a little snippet from the speech. And you can hear the story from Reagan's mouth. It's a beautiful story to Reagan such an amazing speaker. We have other things to get to today's well. The weekend was full of some very bizarre political happenings. That the end of last week when we had the sniping from Nancy Pelosi, where she used the president of covering up something without any evidence. She just said the presence participating in a cover up, and then the president fired back because he's a counterpuncher and the mainstream media left side attack the president saying, how dare he go after Nancy Pelosi. Well, she said some pretty nasty things about him. I. So we will get into that, because after that little back and forth. Everybody left town pretty much the the break. For Memorial Day, had everybody scooting outta town. The president, of course, went to Japan for the meeting with Shinzo Ave, the prime minister of Japan to negotiate a better deal on trade, and also to make sure that our ally in the region knew that we are keeping an eye on. What's going on with North Korea? And the media has totally destroyed and totally miss misrepresented, what the president is doing in Japan. I listen to CNN yesterday morning because I want you to have to do that I listen to CNN. I heard them just completely attacking the president because I want you to get this. He didn't sit on the floor at the sumo match. I take all this. The president of the United States, and the first lady traveled to Japan for an official state visit they've been invited by the Japanese, they're going to get a red carpet treatment. There's going to be some negotiations over trade. Some really important to go. She's Asians over trade. And by the way, we made a deal to sell our Japanese partners. Some stealth fighter jets, the biggest deal to sell stealth fighter jets ever in the history of the country. And that's a good deal. We also made the announcement that we are planning on going to space together with the Japanese, so you married, the technology out of Japan with the know how of space travel out of this country, and you have potential for something groundbreaking to happen. So that's a good thing. But the president and part of his duties as the chief ambassador of this country attended a sumo match. And the word on the streets in Washington DC was before he went over there. They said to the president to his office, by the way, there's a very big sumo match going on the week that the president's coming would he liked to attend to which the White House reportedly asked, how big is this match like say in comparison to our Super Bowl? And the response from Japan was oh, about ten times the size of the Super Bowl that bake it goes on for five or six days, thousands, and thousands of people attend everyday to huge steel. So they said, yeah, we'll go, we'll be there for the last day. And that's where they came up this idea to have this presidential trophy, that President Trump would give to the winner of the match that he was going to attend. Now, the, the sumo of vent, and by the way, you don't say sumo wrestling, because sumo means wrestling. So that's like saying wrestling wrestling, or like saying ATM machine ATM stands for automatic teller machine. That's redundant. But the sumo event had many different belts handed out many different championships, pronounced and the last one that the president was there for the match, he attended was the final one, and it wasn't quite as big as the one the day before. So the press wanted to make things CNN want to make a thing out of the president, kind of went to the consolation match. He, he really didn't attend the big ones. So you're diminishing in there. And then CNN went on to say, and by the way, he didn't sit on the floor. Cross legged as you are supposed to do customarily expected to do in Japan. I'm sorry. What you going to mock? The president is the seventy two year old gentleman, and you're going to mock him because he didn't sit on the floor. No, no, no. They were mocking him on CNN on Sunday morning, saying, Donald Trump set a chair how dare he sit and a chair. He didn't sit on the floor. He and the first lady sat in chairs. You expected him to sit on the floor were kind of idiots. Are you the prime minister of Japan and his wife? The Ave 's set in chairs next to the president and the first lady, and they didn't seem to have a problem with that they were smiling they were laughing. They were having conversations back and forth through translators through the whole thing. So why, why, why, why, why should anybody on CNN or anywhere in the left leaning media have a problem with the fact that the president attended this in a dignified fashion? Well, they were shocked that he didn't sit on the floor because after all. Prince Charles and Princess, Diana set on the floor when they were there. They were also in their thirties. You're not gonna ask the seventy year old seventy two year old president of the United States to sit cross legged on the floor with a potential embarrassing situation in the first lady, she going to sit on the floor. No. But CNN couldn't get enough of mocking the fact that the president actually sent a chair and witness this, I, I'm sorry, CNN, you're now, a picking at stupid things, but what a shock there's I have more from CNN and more from the mainstream media, they have to share with you today. The system insane stuff that one on we have to talk about the cherry Nadler situation, which the entire mainstream media seems to be avoiding, they're, they're not getting any questions about what happened to Jerry Nadler on Friday. And if you missed it, I'm not surprised the chairman of the judiciary committee, that's going after the president had a health scare over the weekend pretty serious. And we didn't hear about that. For anyone will get into that. We will also get into the fake news that the. That pundits on the left or pushing ahead. There's some big fake news out there and Ana Navarro CNN political commentator, and who's also being paid by the view now and Avar is pushing this agenda forward Bennett. Just I'm tired of the, the mainstream media left side. Trashing the president, and elevating everyone who's going against the president of the twenty thousand candidates, the Democrats running, and I've got news on that too, because they've now put out the list of people who've qualified for the first round of the democratic debate. So we'll get into that. I wanna talk about Mike Pence's speech at Arlington, because the vice president's spoke today at the ceremony our friend Sarah Carter wants to join us today. And since we're talking about veterans who have. Passed away. We're talking about people guide on the battlefield. I also want to say some words about our veterans.

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"vietnam war memorial" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

12:31 min | 3 years ago

"vietnam war memorial" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"It's eight pag say, Pax anyway, to Memorial Day. I hope that at three o'clock eastern time or to collect central wherever you were you paused at the top of the hour, to remember, those people, those heroes who died, so that we could have all the freedoms. We have today, not just about a barbecue in a sailor around a golf. But today today, especially marks the day, we say, thank you to the six hundred and forty five thousand Americans who died. So we, we could live the life we live, and it really isn't amazing thing. I'm in Delaware. I'm in the northeast and here in the northeast. I I'm very close to both Washington DC in New York City. So it can visit either one whenever I need to I don't live in, either one because I still have a brain. But I can go there when I need to go there, and they usually go to New York a few times, a year, one time every year to climb the statue of liberty, if you've never done, it, it's something I encourage you, if you can you should do it. It's powerful and number two to visit DC to visit the monuments in DC, especially powerful the Vietnam war memorial. The giant wall with all the names of the fifty thousand plus who perished fighting in Vietnam, and the scenes that you can witness as you stand in silence near the wall, the scenes of the people, putting memories by the names of their loved ones, or friends, family members, there was a photograph this week. I don't know who took it. It's a an amazing photograph of a young child. Who wanted to get a pencil rubbing of the name of a person on the wall, and it's very popular someone will bring chalk, where piece of charcoal and they'll place, a piece of paper over the name of their loved one, and they'll rub on it to get the outline of the name, and it happens all day long. But this young child was too small to reach the name, it was kind of high up on the wall, and someone else was holding the child up and the child's arms, outstretched and rubbing the charcoal, and that's all that picture was, and you understood the generations that we're now connected to the lost heroes who we honor today on Memorial Day. And then this year, something special happened in Washington DC, over by the Korean war memorial, which is a stunning memorial in itself. If you haven't seen that it's really impressive. And it shows figures of people fighting in harsh conditions in Korea, and that would sneaks up on you. If you don't know what's coming when you walk up to it, it of grabs you and get you right in the heart, but right over by the Vietnam, war memorial and the Korean war memorial this year, the people from USAA had a wall of poppies. It was eight and a half feet tall eight and a half feet tall and a hundred and thirty three feet long. Think about that. Hundred and thirty three feet long eight and a half feet tall. And it had six hundred forty five thousand poppies in it representing, as we mentioned earlier, each one of the lives that were lost in fighting for this country over the course of our history. And that's not the exact number six hundred forty five thousand obviously. But it is indicative of them the massive size. Think of the city that would be that's a top twenty populated city in this country. Six hundred forty five thousand lives and today as as the ceremony was held in. In arlington. I was reminded of Ronald Reagan speech from his very first inauguration in one thousand nine hundred eighty one Ronald Reagan speech, where he told the story of an American soldier, who is buried in Arlington, and perhaps, if we can, we will play a clip, it clip a little snippet from that speech. And you can hear the story from Reagan's mouth. It's a beautiful story to rhythm such an amazing speaker. We have other things to get to today's well. The weekend was full of some very bizarre political happenings. At the end of last week when we had the sniping from Nancy Pelosi, where she used the president of covering up something without any evidence. He said the presence participating in a cover up, and then the president fired back because he's a counterpuncher and the mainstream made is left side attack the president saying, how dare he go after Nancy Pelosi? Well, she said some pretty nasty things about him. I. So we will get into that, because after that little back and forth. Everybody left town pretty much the, the break for Memorial Day, had everybody scooting out of town, the president, of course, went to Japan for the meeting with the Shinzo obey the prime minister of Japan to negotiate a better deal on trade, and also to make sure that our ally in the region knew that we are keeping an eye on. What's going on with North Korea? And the media has totally destroyed and totally miss misrepresented, what the president is doing in Japan. I listen to CNN yesterday morning because I don't want you to have to do that. I listen to CNN I heard them just completely attacking the president because I want you to get this. He didn't sit on the floor at the sumo match. I take all this in the president of the United States, and the first lady traveled to Japan for an official state visit they've been invited by the Japanese, they're going to get a red carpet treatment. There's going to be some to go. She over trade, some really important negotiations over trade. And by the way, we made a deal to sell our Japanese partners. Sim stealth fighter jets, the biggest deal to sell stealth fighter jets ever in the history of the country. And that's a good deal. We also made the announcement that we are planning on going to space together with the Japanese so you marry the technology out of Japan with the know how of space travel out of this country, and you have potential for something groundbreaking to happen. So that's a good thing. But the president in part of his duties as the chief ambassador of this. Country attended a sumo match and the word on the streets in Washington DC was before he went over there. They said to the president to his office, by the way, there's a very big sumo match going on the week that the president's coming would he like to attend to which the White House reportedly asked, how big is this match like say in comparison to our Super Bowl and the response from Japan was, so it's about ten times the size of the Super Bowl that bake it goes on for five or six days, thousands, and thousands of people attend every day. So huge deal. So they said, yeah, we'll go, we'll be there for the last day. And that's where they came up this idea to have this presidential trophy, that President Trump would give to the winner of the match that he was going to attend. Now, the, the sumo of vent, and by the way, you don't say sumo wrestling, because sumo means wrestling. So that's like saying wrestling wrestling, or like saying ATM machine because ATM stands for automatic teller machine. It's redundant. But the sumo event had many different belts handed out many different championships, pronounced and the last one that the president was there for the match, he attended was the final one, and it wasn't quite as big as the one the day before. So the press wanted to make a thing CNN want to make a thing out of the president went to the consolation match. He, he really didn't attend the big one. So you're diminishing in there. And then CNN went on to say, and by the way, he didn't sit on the floor. Cross legged as you are supposed to do customarily expected to do in Japan. I'm sorry, what you're going to mock. The president, here's a seventy two year old gentleman, and you're going to mock him because he didn't sit on the floor. No, no, no. They were mocking him on CNN on Sunday morning saying, you know, Donald Trump sentence chair, how dare he sit in a chair. He didn't sit on the floor. He and the first lady set in chairs you expected him to sit on the floor would kind of idiots. Are you the prime minister of Japan and his wife? The obeys set in chairs next to the president and the first lady, and they didn't seem to have a problem with it. They were smiling they were laughing. They were having conversations back and forth through translators through the whole thing. So why, why, why, why, why should anybody on CNN or anywhere in the left leaning media have a problem with the fact that the president attended this in a dignified fashion? Well, they were shocked that he didn't sit on the floor because after all. Prince Charles and Princess, Diana set on the floor when they were there. They were also in their thirties. You're not gonna ask the seventy year old seventy two year old president of the United States to sit cross legged on the floor with a potential embarrassing situation in the first lady, she gonna sit on the floor. No. But CNN couldn't get enough of mocking the fact that the president actually sent a chair and witness this, I'm sorry, CNN, your now, picking stupid things. But what is shocked, I have more from CNN and more from the mainstream media, they have to share with you today? There's just an insane stuff that one on. We have to talk about the Jerry Nadler situation, which the entire mainstream media seems to be avoiding, they're, they're not getting any questions about what happened to Jerry Nadler on Friday. And if you missed it. I'm not surprised. The chairman of the judiciary committee, that's going after the president had a health scare over the weekend, a pretty serious. And we didn't hear about that. For anyone will get into that. We will also get into the fake news that the. That pundits on the left are pushing ahead. There's some big fake news out there and Ana Navarro CNN political commentator, and who's also being paid by the view now. And a Navarro is pushing this agenda forward. But I'm just I'm tired of the mainstream media is left side. Trashing the president and elevating everyone who's going against the president out of the twenty thousand candidates, the Democrats running, and I've got news on that too, because they've now put out the list of people who've qualified for the first round of the democratic debate. So we'll get into that. I wanna talk about Mike Pence's speech at Arlington, because the vice president's spoke today at the early ceremony. Our friend, Sarah Carter wants to join us today and..

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"vietnam war memorial" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"vietnam war memorial" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Help each other and keep moving forward together as a special, and it's, it's, it's pretty fun to, to see that, you know, something like that helps build the team. And then helps on the ice while Bruin coach Bruce Cassidy has been leaning on his veterans to get through this lengthy layoff before game. Wanted you believe those guys have been great. I've said it more this week right now this downtime. I think a lot of young guys aren't sure how to produce it even some guys have been around. So they've been great to deal with this particular. You know, kind of business of stand focused, being selfish with your time and then still kind of getting away from the rink and relaxing. So I think once the puck drop they'll, obviously do their thing when it comes to help the young guys. But you know I think that's when our team will just play hockey so that the biggest value we've had them I would assume this week man face off at TD garden tomorrow night should be about eight, fifteen solemn ceremonies large and small, we'll take place across our country tomorrow for Memorial Day, one of the larger events will be in the nation's capital. The Vietnam war memorial is a destination for many on Memorial Day. The atmosphere at the wall is always, respectful and subdued even more. So on this day, it will be especially meaningful to the families of nine men, whose remains have been recently recovered, these service members in the words of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial fund where repatriated in two thousand eighteen their names are being added to the memorial and we'll be read aloud during a ceremony at the wall on Monday. But Michigan CBS news shooting involving two teenagers late yesterday afternoon in Worcester county. WBZ TV's, Jim Smith in the town of Oxford, the victim here, a young man only fifteen years old had the gunshot wound mass hospital with non-life threatening injuries that fight taking place. And then the suspect police say running behind the church along railroad tracks. He ditched the gun. Authorities say and then eventually that weapon was recovered that some automatic handgun a short time ago that Keith of police here in Oxford reflected on an incident like this happening. This is definitely unexpected for us. This is not a usual event a town of Oxford. That's why I was glad to see that all the resources responded in assisted us to help us through this chaotic event. And fortunately, for us, it came to a very good conclusion, and obviously, would not looking out of a talented with this particular incident. So thankful of that the seventeen year old facing a number of charges, including attempted murder it. It is ten thirty three. Let's check the roads. The Subaru retailers of New England all-wheel-drive.

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"vietnam war memorial" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"vietnam war memorial" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Nicole Davis with a quick check of the stories. Trending right now on WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. Construction worker was seriously hurt this morning in a worksite accident inland. WBZ's Mike Macklin reports it happened as crews worked with some rebar at a building on Monroe street shortly something went road, the rebar collapsed pitting workers below most of the workers were able to get out, but one worker was trapped under that debris for time, fire crews responded, they were able to get him out over to a medical helicopter worker is now being treated at a Boston hospital celebrity, chef Mario batali pleading not guilty today in Boston courtroom to indecent assault charges. He's accused of groping and kissing a fan without her consent back in two thousand seventeen and Boston police say they're trying to track down who's responsible for vandalizing the Vietnam, war memorial, endorsed, Chester. This is the second time that memorial has been vandalized, Nicole Davis. A lot of getaway delays out there about a two mile backup on free southbound before the sagamore bridge and other two mile backup on twenty five eastbound before the four bridge, ninety five northbound about a one mile backup before the Hampton toll plaza ninety three northbound some delays between Medford and Wilmington the pike. Westbound delays from west Newton to one twenty eight expressway south is stop and go out of the down through seven hill, and free. Southbound delays from the expressway down at the derby street lane drop a crash on the lower end of ninety three northbound by route thirty.

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"vietnam war memorial" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

06:07 min | 3 years ago

"vietnam war memorial" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"And this episode is brought to you by BYU TV's relative race season five is happening right now. And in fact, I'm going to be talking later on the show to Keith from teen. Green about his experience in the program. Of course, you can catch it every Sunday night at nine o'clock eastern, six o'clock Pacific and this weekend. It is day five they're going to feature and it's spent emotional season, but we'll get into that a little bit later on as we talked to Keith also today, we're going to talk to Seru Brierley. He was a keynote speaker at roots tech in Salt Lake City, Utah back in I guess, it was the last day February first day of March somewhere in there. He is the guy, of course, that you may have seen featured in the movie lion. Rated from his family on a train in India wound up adopted in Australia and eventually by using Google satellite was able to identify his hometown. From what he remembered went back and found his family. It's an amazing story. And I'm sure you're going to enjoy hearing from Seru Brierley later on in the show. But right now, it's time to check in with my good friend, David Allen Lambert. He is the chief Genealogists of the New England historic genealogical society and American ancestors dot org. Hello, david. How are you? I'm doing great. I'm back from the nation's capital and one of my news stories, I'll tell you later for family history. News kind of ties into DC. So let's start out in new market, Tennessee where the Highlander center, which is known for its great resources and civil rights has been lost. There was a fire in March that took out this building which had a large collection of civil rights speeches artifacts and memorabilia, and it's terrible loss fish. This is someplace where rubber Martin Luther King. Rosa Parks Roosevelt. We're at workshops and training sessions that helped with the civil rights movement and countless been lost. And I'm not sure how much has been digitized. But anytime we lose an archives like this. We was part of the nation's history, and you really hit it on the head there. We really need to get things. Digitize not only on a level with archives, but with our own stuff, and it's true. I think even your own family archives? So valuable Mitch Goldstone hidden legitimising family photos. I mean, you just never know when disaster is going to strike. Yep. Exactly. Really kinda ties in with the mythical figure of Sherlock Holmes fingerprints would have been something he would've used when working in Scotland Yard. But are now fingerprints not as reliable as say DNA, which is our internal thinker print. If you will I agreed story fish that you put up there on extreme jeans. I think really touches on how law enforcement as well as Genealogists have been using DNA to identify people from the past or solving crimes. They've done recently with a Golden State killer. Well, this is interesting because they talk about some of the challenges in actually creating a standard for fingerprints to be useful in crime and they've actually been convictions thrown out because of mismatches of fingerprints. And now they're questioning whether DNA might turn out to be the same kind of thing. Eventually it just goes to show you that technology keeps on improving decade by decade. And what we're getting now is a lot more science behind it. And you know, it's kinda hard to fake your DNA. Exactly speaking of DNA family, tree DNA, Houston, Texas. You may have used his company when testing your y or your might Akon drill DNA and the big test was the big y five hundred well, wait, folks, it's no longer available. Because now they have the big wise. Seven hundred this test is intended for their expert users to use advanced tools, and y DNA and will analyze over one hundred thousand snips and your DNA in up to about seven hundred short tandem repeats. These are always finding how closely you are related to your y DNA matches. Wow. I'm sure a lot of people advantage of the sale that they have been now if you've never done it before you can get into the low low price of six hundred forty dollars. Wow. Yeah. But hey, listen, if it can help you find your family comes from an island to me. That's priceless. So on March twenty nine th the president signed into law. Vietnam war Veterans Day now much twenty-ninth historically was the end of the Vietnam war of nineteen Seventy-three in. There were thousands of people that went to the Vietnam war memorial. I happen to be in DC last week. And I only stayed about two and a half blocks from it. So that evening after I get done working. I walked over. There were many many bouquets, many, many remembrances photos candles lit, and it was really touching that night. I took some of the put them on my Twitter account deal genealogist. And I got an idea. Does anybody have anybody on the wall? They'd never have been able to visit. I'll pay respects into a rub in why people respond fish and that was great catch. This one of the ones that responded was Jim Lambert of Brooklyn, New York. Well, Jim Lambert is my DNA cousin backed with why DNA out of one hundred eleven markers. We share one hundred doesn't sound like we're kissing cousins. Now because. Our most recent ancestor lived twenty generations ago, we have the same last name same country of origin. Well, Jim asked me to do a favor. I went out and found his cousin Dennis Michael Lambert. He died in nineteen sixty nine in Vietnam. Now, I have a family connection to the Vietnam wall. Even though it's many generations here, we have the same. Why DNA? So when I go to the wall now, it's personal. Yeah. Absolutely. Good stuff. David well before the anniversary of the Mayflower arriving in Plymouth, Massachusetts is fast approaching we're less than a year away. Now in the celebrations are already gearing up. In fact, today, I'm lecturing to executive some Kalem airlines in the investor to the Netherlands from the United States. But the celebrations going on in England all over America as well as Plymouth in the New England historic geological site is a proud sponsor of these events and to be taking part in the celebration. And what's fun about this? Is there so many events happening starting this year? And the.

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"vietnam war memorial" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

04:38 min | 3 years ago

"vietnam war memorial" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"Issue that I think a lot of people that think the way you, and I think on on these unjudicial supremacy haven't considered and that is you know, when Obama when we had the shutdown in two thousand fourteen in bama's, putting the barricades around Washington monuments, just really total douched ask, you know, maneuvers to try to make it as Drake Oni and Byzantine as he can write. Well, you know, Bama wasn't going out there and putting the in and taping off the Vietnam war memorial. Josh, right. Okay. They had to get up your bureaucratic action to act upon his edicts. So it the present. And can say I'm going to defy this order this way. But he's not going down to build that wall himself. Whether it's army corps of engineers contractors. Whoever is there's gonna be people whose land will probably have to be imminent domain to build it on some level. There's gonna have to be a lot of acquiescence to people who agree with him on this. It's not like he just defies it. And they start construction the next day. So there's layers bureaucracy that have to execute his order for him to be able to truly defy it. That's one of the reasons why this requires a persistent political case making because we're not just dealing with something where even a Mansa patient proclamation is made which which this is going to require brick and mortar and people that are going to therefore perform those acts of brick and mortar that are gonna have to say I'm going to follow the president's order rather than the federal judge. Judge's order. You see that point? I'm trying to make here and has what happens if you know, how many layers are bureaucracy. Does it take one person to say or one layer to say, we're not really comfortable not following through with this federal judge walk through that process legally with that would look like sure. So it works legally is pretty straightforward. I mean here I had my little pocket constitution right here. Oracle two of the constitution is very straightforward. Article two section one clause one the executive power shall be vested in presence of the United States. America does not say the executive power invested in various and sundry bureaucrats who are all these F TR LBJ, alphabet soup agencies guy. This is what concerns is referred to as a unitary executive theory became kind of popular. Straw mantle left to attack during the Bush years during the Iraq adventures overseas, but unitary executive theory is right there in to sexual clause. That meets is at the president has clean airy constitutional authority to delegate the executive power United States and all of the underlings below him report to him and what that means. To pancreas is added for cousins of patrol order patrol departments curiosity all the agencies use actors within them are reported to the agency or all alternately or all accountable, not to judge not article three their subordinates of executive power of the United States and the executive power of the United States. Her the best in clause of article to the constitution is vested in one personal one person's the president night states. So legally speaking these underlings do not report or in any way, are they're not accountable to erode district judge or. Out of non accountable to benign row dork up his court air countable to the president in only to the president. So legally speaking, that's that's how it works. They're not accountable to congress not Campbell judge for the vesting clause in the article to the US constitution. They're only countable wholesomely to the present the United States because of what you just said is why he's gotta make a compelling political case, I go to his trans ban in the military. All right. So he issues ban is the commander-in-chief the duly elected commander-in-chief of civility civilian military. He shoes in order saying, we're no more transvestite cross dressers than the military, basically Mattis and the people at the Pentagon or like, yeah. Screw that noise. We're not doing it. Okay. So what we are in an invo. What happens if we get that in that environment, and the people both he's gonna have to make a very compelling political case why this is the right thing. So he doesn't have people going off and filing separate injunction lawsuits. Hey, he wants he's trying to compel me to violate a federal court order from a judge things of that nature holding that in line. Requires death. Use of the bully pulpit..

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"vietnam war memorial" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"vietnam war memorial" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Career essays column speeches and quite a few never before published. Works is something that spans really the whole gamut in terms of topics from wait expect from him in terms of politics and Russians of world history and foreign policy to have fun topics like baseball, and movies and chest and his passions to questions of morality of medical ethics of questions of human nature, socialists us and his personal life to of what family meant to him friendship. What he viewed as really his philosophy of living a complete and full life. And what I was talking about in the excerpt introduction that you read was really something that struck me all throughout his writing. And try to all these different subjects that they're United by both his always perceptive logical analysis an expert. Of the ideas, and whatever the argument is and that particular topic, but also how he draws in not just logic. But art, and how in particular on the questions there or the topics misuse that really have some kind of deep lasting question to them. He so often draws you. To a summation point of his argument. But then leaves off with a question of saying now that you know, I've dug down all these deep levels to this real core. Moral question, what is the, you know, the essence of of what we're talking about here of the issue of human nature or ethics or morality these questions. Don't have easy answers. And he he always acknowledges that there's a degree of mystery a degree of beauty art transcendence to so many of these things and leaves you to ponder them on your own having enlightened you quite a bit on his logical argument. But acknowledging that there's always more to ponder and think about and he does it in such an artful way that it really reminds me of of so many of my favorite pieces of music and movie literature, and that's what I was trying to catch late in that. Excerpt was how I find that moving emotionally as well as in. Intellectually there are so many. We'll try to talk about a few of these including any that might be Daniel Krauthammer's favorite works of his father. We'll start with one and we'll have to continue this past the break, but the Cold War memorials, which is the one on page forty five of your book, the point of it all your father took a look at differences in wars memorials and in the people who observe them. Yeah. That column in particular he was talking about. But he described as the two Cold War memorials on the mall that were built in the nineties, the Korean war memorial and the Vietnam war memorial, and he often actually like to write about architecture, monuments memorials, and in particular, how that said more about us the people making them then about the people being memorialize, and he was commenting in that on both a lot of the artistic aspects design choices, but also on on what? We'll be back in just a.

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