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News 96.5 WDBO

06:31 min | 9 months ago

"vp dick cheney" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"The most informed person in the group? Yep. You are. You're welcome. Listen, follow, subscribe. Other topic of the call with President Xi of China. How long was that? And also did they discuss me meeting in person at the wanted. It was about 90 minutes. The call. Um the president has spent a lot of time with President Xi in the past is he's talked about publicly and he drew on that shared experience in this call, so that Call was very familiar. It was candid. He didn't avoid areas of disagreement. But the tone was not lecturing. Nor was it condescending. It was respectful as 90 minutes. We have seen growing evidence that ended up playing welcome back to the show. Dana lash dot com Good to be with you. I've of course this was about Biden's binds his phone call with Xi Jinping, which I would imagine. It probably went a lot of what? What was that? You speak a little louder? And I just weird over the weekend. They got super sassy with some of their threats, So I don't know if you guys heard about this. Let's bring on our good friend Stephen Yea to this is his wheelhouse. He had previously advised former VP Dick Cheney in the Bush White House, of course, and he ran radio Free Asia until the Communists were like We can't have this man. He's dangerous. And he knows all about this, Stephen always good to see you. So I have to ask you this. Like some of the sass talk that they've had the I saw that, Uh, Chinese state media vows that its military is going to show up at the United States doorstep. That they will see the P L. A show up in the not too distant future. That's like an off ed from the Communist controlled media. So you know it's coming from the Communist Party, and they've said this and then they've also they have been like really running their mouths on this just over the over the weekend. I've got to get your thoughts on that first and foremost, though, because we're Where is this? This to me? Seems this is a new level. So where is this coming from? No, it's totally a new level. But, you know, I was informed by a very August Washington think tank writing in The New York Times. Of course, we need to worry. That hasn't been a demonstration of weakness in the Middle East And actually, the Chinese are scared because now we're going to pick up our toys from the Middle East and go to Asia and China is totally deterred, and they're not going to move against Taiwan. And the proof of that is that the Chinese state media puts right out there the whole world to read in the English language. Guess what? We should run a war a war plane over Taiwan because Americans and everyone else just beyond notice that at the time of our choosing, we're going on this. So you know, I you know, I'm told that I shouldn't worry because Some wide bottom. Think tanker has said, and the page for Christ, There is no problem. But the Chinese seem to be wolf order about this. So know I the president didn't have a quote unquote perfect phone call over the weekend, right? Keeping people Maybe maybe Jen Psaki could help everyone know that half of this time has taken an interpretation. So it goes from one language into English. But then there's the interpretation from English into the phrase is the president can speak. And so we, so there's even less content going back and forth in these phone calls. I'm sure super friendly, though. Yeah, I'm sure. Yes, super friendly that it was. It was a perfect call. I'm sure that Biden had talking with Stephen Yates is there. I really would love to see the transcript of this. Because I can't imagine Biden even having the wherewithal or knowledge to bring up to China to discuss any anything about the the stories at the end of last week about China wanting to take over Bagram Air Force Base and starting that, I mean, that's basically like one of the first building blocks for them to get that land bridge there and I just I'm sure that that I'm sure they didn't talk about that. I'm also probably sure they didn't talk about Taiwan or much. Anything else. I how much you wanna bet it was about climate change and green energy. No, it's super perfect. And I'm just so used to be an advocate for full disclosure on phone call transcripts. I remember a great point. Yes, there is a certain failed colonel that was out there that knew about how to make national security strategy better than the elected commander in chief. And so I don't know where the Colonel is now advocating for transparency in these phone calls, But the Chinese through their press give like more detail about what the contents of the call work. Now, In my experience, the Chinese can be creative writers like Ben Rhodes about what are the actual contents of these calls, And so we have this propaganda war. That we have team Biden basically fighting with their hands tied behind their back of their own choosing. So they'll give like a four line. Plain vanilla content free Rita. It was It was 90 minutes. Who cares? It was very respectful. Why was it respectful? What you know what about this needs to be respectful should be business like I thought. Now that we deal business like with the Taliban. It should be business like with China to write this this non helpful answer. The Chinese said. Oh, no. We told The Americans. That they better fix us China relations. They better not be hostile. And they better start being more constructive in the world. So the Chinese are actually more open. About what this perfect, constructive, respectful phone call was all about. Oh, yes, yes. And then, of course, talking to Stephen Yates. They say the U. S will definitely see the P L. A show up on its doorstep. And the not too distant future. That's a threat. You know, Some of these things used to be called by the experts around the Beltway as acts of war right now that that's totally solved because we've had a perfect exit from Afghanistan and we have perfect phone calls. There will now be no war. But the Chinese seem to be basically saying, no, this is you know, we're not going to have a war. You're just going to forfeit and so And so that's I. It's the same as flippantly only out of sadness, not desire for satire. I really fear that this is this is, as I say, every time this is provocative weakness And they're just eating it up and pushing and pushing and pushing, and anyone who knows anything about the Chinese Communist Party knows that they push until they face sufficient pushback as they calculate. Okay, it's not worth it for us right now. And team. Biden is just giving them a go signal. And it feels as though honestly, the more I look at this this I it kind of feels like the time. To.

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"vp dick cheney" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"vp dick cheney" Discussed on KTRH

"Let's get you caught up on our top stories here on this Wednesday morning. Here, sheriff. Good morning, Everyone is 6 21 on NewsRadio. 7 40 ktrh are headlines were sponsored by partners and building Republicans turning their backs on President Trump. When it comes to impeachment. Liz Cheney, the daughter of the former VP Dick Cheney, says she's gonna vote to impeach when the vote takes place in the House. Today, anyone flying into the United States for a foreign country now will soon need to show proof of a negative test for covert 19. It's a CDC requirement, expanding on a similar one that was announced in December. For passengers coming in from the United Kingdom. It's being expanded now. NASA's Juno mission is made a discovery in one of Jupiter's moons and FM signal. Coming from Jupiter's largest moon Ganymede, the first time the signal has come from a moon and not the planet more these stories right now it ktrh dot com. Our next news update will be at the bottom of the hour. Knows exactly what is happening. Listen and learn. No matter where it happens. Your world happens here. News radio 7 40 ktrh. E just really looked at this time. I got a snicker little bit. Sheriff. You know how we get. There are little rundown sheet of who's coming up on the show and maybe some talking point ideas. There's only one line connected to Jackie Bali. Euh political scientist. You ready for the line? What is the GOP's problem? All right, Jackie, there's an open ended question for you Run with it. Yeah. What is the GOP's problem anyway? Yeah, well, we're gonna have to regroup and figure out exactly what went wrong. Why We lost the presidency. The house in the Senate. Um, there are many different levels. We have to begin at the state level voter fraud and look at voter integrity laws. You're seeing a lot of those laws being circled around in Texas already. But every state has to have the Republicans in their legislature. Really take a hard look at that one thing. Our president did a really good job at and we need to expand even more on was having an open tent. The diversity that he brought into the party. We need to expand on that and bring into even more and also his economic and domestic policy. For the most part of his presidency. President Trump was extremely successful are low employment rate was extremely low and we were working and we were gainfully employed. We were even bouncing back from this pandemic. And many quarters So we need to see how his pact policies were effective look a small businesses and try to expand on that as well. But we need to make sure that we rally around each other the way that the established Republicans are pouncing on our president right now, and I know you talked about that in it earlier segment. Um, is another example of the division within our party, and we need to make sure that our trump supporters and are established. Republicans are now united as one because Democrats do a much better job than we do of getting their factions together when they want to fight against the opponents. You know, I'm seeing really. We talked a lot about the divisions within the Democratic Party. Of course, they always vote together, but Seems to me that we've got an awful lot of Republicans who are joining with those middle supposed middle people among the Democrats, and it's like we don't even know what party is. What anymore. It's very disheartening because you're seeing these established Republicans who are joining ranks with the Democrats, especially in this incident right now because it's an opportunity to just pounce when President Trump said that he was draining the swamp. Unfortunately, he did not mean just his opposing party. He meant those who have been in office and in D C for many, many years and forgot why they were elected. And in some instances, those were Republicans. And that's when an opportunities like this the second impeachment, which is a farce, we all know that But opportunities like this, you're seeing Miss Cheney and others who should be moving on to other things. Moving to getting our country healed after this pandemic, looking at real policy to make us united Instead, she is joining the Democrats and saying I, too will impeach the president. Something that most Republicans don't want to see happen. We want to move on. Well, so is Mitch McConnell. Evidently from from all the reports that we're hearing. What do you Think happens with the Maga people, if you will, is that is that sort of the 2020 2021 version of the Tea party. You know it was it there. It's very, very active. But by the time the next election rolls around, it kind of disappears. What do you think happens? No, they're not disappearing. They're very active. They're very large and the very engaged Donald Trump tapped into a segment that's really been for gotten. Remember. He turned over 200 counties that voted twice for Barack Obama, and they came over to our party to vote for him. So these are people who felt that the Democrat Party left them and they felt that the Republican Party left them and they are now for engaged in the Republican Party and Extremely important that we as Republican leaders and our Republican elected officials, remember those people and keep them engaged and actually continue to pass the policies that keep Middle America working and thriving. All right, Jackie, thanks is always appreciated that euh political scientist Jackie Valley here on NewsRadio, 7 40 ktrh. All right, Let's.

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"vp dick cheney" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"vp dick cheney" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"The death of CIA agent, Mike spun whose daughter's furious. He's responsible in some part for the death of my father. And so for him to be released early chest was unbelievable. We never thought that that was actually going to happen. Also furious, Florida congressman Michael waltz. Johnnie Walker land is a traitor. He met with bin Laden, he actively worked with Al Qaeda and the Taliban, he was with them on nine eleven. Now he was arrested in Afghanistan spent the last seventeen years in prison, and was a former counterterrorism adviser to VP Dick Cheney as we continue our team coverage. We're taking a look at the terms of his release and the supervision will be under three years. John Walker Lindh we'll be under probation with several conditions. The only electric devices, he can use connected to the internet will be. Continually monitored by the probation office all communications, he makes must be in English. Not Arabic economic spouse, extremist views or communicate with any extremists. And he must undergo mental health counseling. His passport has also been taken, right? Burrow, ABC news Tara, the oh, you see is dealing with a sudden retirement of a supervisor, who was the subject of complaints. John, Janice retired after thirty years with the company and six months after he was demoted after an investigation into his behavior workers at stand energy center claimed Janice was verbally abusive and humiliated them. Investigators found he engaged in behavior that crossed the line in his retirement letter. Janice, cited extreme duress. I don't know about you, my neighborhood's, feeling rather empty. And of course, the highways and airports will start getting busy today as we into towards Memorial Day weekend. Orlando is obviously a big destination for holiday travel, as Florida travel experts meeting tourney says it's no surprise people from all over the country, coming to Orlando. But for those of us that live here and one. To get out of town day weekend. It's really the big cities, New York, Los Angeles, Chicago. If you're going to a city Janine suggests looking at convention hotels for good deal, Marriott..

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"vp dick cheney" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

11:07 min | 3 years ago

"vp dick cheney" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"By the Danish Okade cast. Serious. Now, the number is over four hundred rockets that we can validate have been fired these rallies have every right to defend themselves seeing video that we can't validate just yet. But we're there have been strikes on homes civilian populations. These rockets were fired with civilians around them in order to protect return from return fire. The this is terrible these Railly's of every right to protect the sovereignty of their nation. And I hope that we can return to the ceasefire that had been in place for weeks and had been holding significantly before this. Yeah, that's a good point there by Mike Pompeo, who's discussing the latest with regards to all of the rockets that were fired over it towards Israel killing civilians innocent people, and how HAMAs they purposely will launch these from civilian areas. I was explaining it's like what I lean astir is doing with in terms of keeping her power. She's doesn't want Harris. Tar Garin Jon snow to attack the red keep. And a force her out of power. So she's loading up the red keep with all of the innocent civilians that live in king's landing. They're using them as human shields that exact the exact same thing that HAMAs. And so there's I don't know if it's a ceasefire or if it's a pause there were over seven hundred some rockets fired at Israel. So I don't I don't know if it's if it's a legitimate ceasefire, it never is because they've had ceasefires before and truce's, and then HAMAs starts all over again Benjamin Netanyahu said that Israel hit terror groups back with great force in their writing for the next round of fighting HAMAs. The conflict will not end until we regain our rights. What rights you have every right? Maybe stop trying to kill people on this and other issues joining us foreign policy expert Stevie nicks at the international advisory. He previously advised to former VP Dick Cheney always good to have you seen. You know? It's always said, and it's it's it's almost cliche at this point that if. If there were to be peace in the Middle East. All Hammas has to do is just stop bombing people, and that would take care of Israel wouldn't have to respond and to protect its own citizens. There's no question that when you have a terrorist organization, which they are they have absolutely no standing the call for peace. They just to use violence as a tool political influence, and they do it all the time. There's no piece of paper that's going to stop that necessarily admire people who try to engage in the politics diplomacy. Peace in that part of the world. There is a fundamental imbalance on the direction aid and executed. And so this is another reminder to about Iran dome missile defense, and one that was against that voted against it doesn't support continued deployment of that American support for that is real is essentially is Dorsey more civilian casualties. Right. And of course, Iran involved as well, not just with HAMAs. But also, they are jihad group in targeting Israel, which then brings up this thing that the point of what John Bolton had said, he used some some pretty strong words just to to essentially for Iran with quote, unquote, unrelenting force because apparently there was information that Israel had passed to the United States about some alleged Iranian plot to attack our interests in the Gulf, and that's of course, resulted in John Bolton sane what he said. Do you think that there's legitimacy to such reports? Oh, I do know these are the kinds of things that have been talked about for a long time. So would not necessarily be news for something. Like this to be circulating through intelligence channels and getting leaked over to us. But I think that there's been a sense of the Arroyo regime biding its time a bit to pick times that might have more political weight one of the concerns that I've had with the lot of our focus being on the China trade issues is that there might be a perception of being tied down issues like that and others that are up to no good. Other regions would see an opportunity to push ahead. Then be wrong would be like one of those enforcers same with Russia in the Middle East near Daud. So that remains a significant conserve totally cake face value. What Israel as our Sherry by way of this broader regional objective to hit the United States on its allies. Then to push for what a friend of mine refers to their struggle for mastery over the greater Middle East. It's what they just for the civilization. That's been overtaken by the aquatic movements and the United States is sending an aircraft carrier group. Because it apparently in response to this warning of Iran and its and its proxies. Escalating, or at least showing signs of an escalation with any aggression against American forces in the region is this because it almost seems like every other couple of months, we hear the US having to sort of posture and respond to reports of possible esscalation or any kind of plots from Iran and its proxies. But this coupled with some of the stuff that we're hearing about, you know, with regards to the Gulf is is this is this unusual from a previous pattern, or how would you interpret them sending this this carrier group? Well, I think there's two tracks. One is the usual diplomatic or global security biorhythms that kind of gets ten retracted a little bit to regroup operates its own timing. And then there's somewhat the political cycle in the United States that as things are amping up towards what's might be a gaming of the system where placing bets on whether they think the president's going to be elected reelected or replaced trying to put pressure to influence the process or to try to seek a Dan before things might change. So I think what we're looking at what's happening in the Middle East right now, it's not so much the political track right now, I think it's just the sense that they that we have had some success in the anti ISIS campaign that we have a debate going on about where we go with the Saudi Arabia and some of the conflicts there in their nearby like Yemen. And I think that the Iranian somewhat see a moment of potential opportunity to push ahead. They had waited perhaps for the elections in Israel. Now, it's clear that will remain has some domestic challenges to face. But he is at the moment. The leader of a coalition. That's going to remain in power. Now they want to try to plant their flag again. So I think it's driven by regional dynamics not unusual, but Americans need to think about what are we really prepared to do. What assets? Do we have available? Our navy is not at the level of power. It should be we've lost ground on that. Thanks to some weak policies of the past. But second the president ran on a strategy of having regional powers and people in the countries themselves taking a lead on this. We talked about this last week was that as well. But the same things apply in principle to the Middle East. So if we had extra carrier battlegroups to deploy how many can we deploy to how many different places number two? What are we doing to beef up the capabilities of allies and coalition partners to basically be able to deter the bad guys on their own? So we don't have to ride the rodeo every other week to try to deterrence about actors. Yeah. No, that's a great point as well. And and I think it also. In terms of the media coverage of really do feel like anytime, there's any sort of posturing, which might seem that typical of United States response where it concerns. Stephan. I in the goal for the straight of hormones, or whatever I think the media's desperate to see the president get involved in numerous conflict. So that they can say he's a warmonger and use that against him going up into twenty twenty. And I'm wondering too how much of that? Because there's word that a Russia's looking to gain ground in Venezuela, and you know, establish some nuclear capacity there, which hasn't that always kind of been the talk in the Caribbean and in South America and Latin America that Russia was trying to gain a toehold. I've heard this since I was a kid in the eighties. I'm always impressed with the democratic party's facial on Cold War mentality usually something they accuse us of or that Comey governments like Chinese try to goes upon us. But really the rehash of their version of this kind of crazy talk. I think one element of it. That is true and troubling needs more attention that Cuba's been playing in this hemisphere for a long time, but especially Venezuela conflict. Russia, clearly, enabling China clearly Abeille, but Cuba has been their vehicle to influence as well as they do the same things in the Middle East. I mean Iran gets used some others get used from time to time we do have this power struggle that that doesn't stop, and it's borderline laughable to try to say the Donald Trump is a warmonger. Basically criticism from even people like me during parts of the campaign where it sounded like he was questioning some of the post nine eleven policies. Let's you know, in fairness, I think should be questioned, but he's far from the cloth of a warmonger. It's just crazy talk the the bad actors of the world don't ever stop. They sleep. They have resources that are constrained by democratic sources in their country, and that threat is real. And so I think we're making some progress I think president invested with the help of of congress when it caught his act together to bolster reinvestment. Our in our military capabilities who still the long way to go Chinese have been running at light speed for a couple of decades now, and that has has an effect, and then these other powers of Russia and the Iran collaborating with with willing supplicants in our hemisphere, just make it worse. No, absolutely. Goodness. It'll be interesting to see how all of this unfolds. And how much worse is how these these other foreign entities are going to take advantage of this. As we lumber onto words, twenty twenty Stephen gates at gates DIA on Twitter, always. So appreciate your expert of perspective on on all of this. Thank you so much for joining us. Of course, we have today. Stupidity on the way still as well. 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"vp dick cheney" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

14:44 min | 3 years ago

"vp dick cheney" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Tunes and get full episodes delivered right to your phone. Surprising to a lot of people in Washington. This is taking longer than they thought despite the sanctions to by despite the pressure with the help of Russia and other outside forces majorities hanging on hanging on, but he appears to still control the military. You have to understand. Venezuela gun ownership is not something that is open to everybody. So if the military have the guns, they have the power. That was on MSNBC. So that's kind of interesting, right? It almost sounds like they are arguing. Yeah. They banned firearm ownership about ten years ago. But this is what socialism looks like this is what it always this. This is what it always devolves into joining us right now is a foreign policy expert, our good friend, Steven Yates who works through the international advisory and he also previously advised. Former VP Dick Cheney on all of these issues. Stephen always good to talk with you. This is it this. It's been going on for some time. This power struggle between one Guido whose de legitimate interim the temporary president and Madero who is insisting that he remained there as a dictator. And now the United States is issued several statements Bolton has said that Russia better not try anything. This. It seems that it's it's it's a exceleron to a different level. How where where does it go from here? What are the options? And thank you for joining us. Pleasure. I very very important point. And as well guidos taken a major risk. Any was correct to do it in the sense that these entrust dictatorships have a tragic durability to you look at Assad in Syria the Kim dynasty, North Korea. The the the events we have practically watched in China thirty years ago, which came to mind when I saw that. Hey, run over some people in as Walea. Just these dictatorships have a tragic enduring factor to them, and so tired really isn't on the freedom movement side, if they wait too long. And so I think that Guido was correct to try to push now that Trump's strategy is really being put to the test. I support and strategy. But essentially, it's different from the last two administrations. It's the people in the country that are new lead with support for military and otherwise from neighboring countries, and it's their battle the take and where some kind of a coalition supporting role if it's high risk. But I think this is the this is the right approach for now. Yeah. No. And it is their battle to take up -solutely. It's very difficult when they're entirely disarmed and defenseless you mentioned the tank that was running over them. It was weird because you know, entanglement square the tanks stopped for the individual. Which is that just the difference? In in just a murderous motive. I mean, what does that say to you that that Medeiros tanks run over people China's at least stopped, and well, we don't know what happened to the guy after but the tank at least stop in front of the guy. Yeah. Well, there are a lot of tanks that were off camera that ran over a lot of people in that square that night, and there were many other cities in China where the same stuff was happening that a different scale and the media was in Beijing to cover the Gorbachev visit. And so we're seeing in Caracas with the media's able to capture we're starting to get an issue reports of the Maduro regime, cutting off some networks. Was pulled. That's right. And and so this this is going to be a high risk struggle. I trust that Guido has the military support in country and the material support from the near abroad because of the people to the streets to get slaughtered by the dictator as a really bad move. And so this is this is high stakes. I support the freedom movement one hundred percent, but I also really think that they need to make the right choices for their people, and it's their battle. I hope we do everything we can to help support them. But it's their battle for the future of their country. And there's no guarantees. That's works. The right way. Yeah. And telling people what the steps that led to this because I've seen and we talked about this earlier on the program. How I've seen a couple of CNN reporters say that this is a coup. What guidos attempting to do, but he's the legitimate. It's Madero who in essence is attempting a coup. He says the military has has shown. Shown him their total loyalty, he doesn't wanna leave. And and one Guido being the assembly president, he's the temporary president and Medeiros out. But he he won't leave. Which is why it's not a coup on glider side talk a little bit about that. So because those maybe those people who maybe don't follow. And I mean, really what reason would they have Venezuelan elections. How how do you set that up for them? Yeah. Well, it's a very very important point. And really shame on anyone of the mainstream media. That's still has any shame to take talking points from a dicta- to'real regime, and of course, according to the constitution. If anyone cared to read it not the easiest thing to do. But it's their job. If you're a journalist to do these kinds of things, and according to the constitution, they're national assembly. Put one Guido is as acting president until the next election can be had and Madero is nothing then many ever, we should we should to meet him as little as many as whatever because he is the last breath of a horrible terrible regime that took a wealthy beautiful country in droves economy into the ground. And there are thousands and thousands of Israelis in the United States. There's dying to go back to their own country wants freedom restored, the beautiful people intelligent people. They just want their own homeland back, but basic. This is a freedom freedom movement. It is not a coup under in the in the technical stones of it. Or in the moral sense of it any more than students going tenement square. Thirty years ago was a coup or that the pope was leading a coup against the communist government of Poland. I mean, they just need to kind of go back and get their smelling salts on right and wrong, and it's world. Yeah. It was it was Jim pseudo. He was the one over at CNN who is who kept calling this a coup. And apparently, they were referring to it is some some of them not all of them as such as a coup, which was yet kind of insane to hear that John Bolton spoke a little bit a little bit earlier and gave what I thought was very strong warning to Russia to not exploit this or use this to do anything because Russia and China they're backing Madero and the United States, and I think every South American country at this particular point backs Guido, and the people are stuck in the middle. And as I mentioned there entirely disarmed. So there's I I. It is there it's their fight. But it's kinda hard to do when you're when you're just at such a disadvantage is Russia going to exploit that as a way. I I would imagine to guarantee that Madora stays in office. And if they do so how close is the United States going to go in and and and should they even should I is it in the United States interest to even get more involved than what is already what how are already involved. Well, I don't like using the word doctor anyone talking about foreign policy. I think it's for the book worms of the corridors to talk about the doctrines that president have. But there's something pretty close to with President Trump in not getting into the US led invasion regime, change nation-building model his whole career has been railing against that. And so I expect him as commander in chief basically to remain consistent with that. And the I think the big x factor that we have in. This narrative is the change in leadership in Brazil. We have a very different president in Brazil. It is the anchor country of South America. And I think the combination of all of our decades of investment of jury cooperation with Columbia and with a new leadership in Brazil. There are assets that are in the near abroad there that can be consequential and hopefully decisive I've trusted the leadership of Brazil and Colombia that have been talking about the urgency of now. Now, and they'll stand with them, and there's some material support and there's help for the people of Venezuela there. But I think those are the building blocks of where action needs to be not the US lead. But there is a risk if the if the Maduro regime captures and hold hostage one Guido where does things go from here. I mean there they're there are escalatory steps that are truly difficult. This is not an easy or happy not to try to earn tie. But I at Meyer, the courage of the people that are willing to stand up and fight for them. It's an historic moment for them. And they've been waiting a long time. Yeah. Definitely a long time. It it does feel like the United States. I honestly when I look at some of the headlines on our look at some of the pasta, and you have a for instance, Russia, namely, it seems like they are trying to it always seems whenever they get involved in in South America, and the Caribbean or wherever that they're they're they're trying to bait the United States into some sort of action in it definitely feels like like this. Happening here. And you know, Trump is really his medals really being tested at this point. It is. But the axis of evil in Venezuela is not limited to Russia. I think it's correct to watch them. But the Iranians are are up to no good. They're the Chinese are up to no good there and all of them kind of have this common interest of these stabilizing and hemisphere. We live in and the more. We got distracted in South America. The last we would have in terms of bandwidth for their parts of the world where they want to run roughshod on Ukraine or Taiwan and China and the Iranians trying to achieve mastery in the broader Middle East. So I mean, they're all up to no good where they live and a distracted and taken down a notch. America is what they seek. I don't necessarily believe that the odds favor them long term. But I think in the near term, it's it's it's just hard to try to marshal the critical mass to topple entrenched dictatorship that usually comes at the cost of a lot of life. Live and it usually requires some degree of military support. We what we witnessed in eastern Europe. At the end of the Cold War is an aberration in history. And there there's a lot to build up to that. In most other cases, it takes the aches what it says at the end of our founding documents sacrificing lives fortunes and sacred honor in order to bring in a new regime of freedom. That's and that's the thing in the end, these individuals, these people they in Venezuela. They're the ones caught absolutely in the middle. And I it's I mean just to see them get run over like that to see them have to hide behind street corners and then run out in the street, and all they have our our our rocks and sticks. I I know you hear that sound bite that we played from MSNBC just a little bit earlier. I never thought I'd hear the case against against a gun control on MSNBC of all places. But you know, it's like people are realizing, I if if you if you aren't able to defend yourself, you're able to be controlled a heck of a lot easier. That was crazy to hear to hear them talk about that on MSNBC. I never thought I'd hear it. I don't think they thought they would hear it either. And they might have choked a bit on their Mike's trying to you know, kinda wrap their own collectives small minds around the idea because it's a history is replete with examples of tyranny being imposed against people who have no means to defend themselves and. It's not as if everyone armed making easy either. But it's a heck of a lot better odds. And so I it's it's tragic what we're seeing is unnecessary. And so many different ways this is a resource rich country, truly beautiful intellectually compelling people in the in the nation event as Waila, and it's just sad. What this bowl very revolution has done to it. And I just hope for their sake that it's reaching its last breath. I hope that Bolton and those that have been strong advocates for this move stick with their plan and get the results that they see I support for our country and our atmosphere. Absolutely. Steven Yates, always a pleasure to get your perspective on these issues, and we'll continue watching it unfold on Venezuela. Thanks so much for your time travel safely because I travel quite a bit. And we'll talk to you against him. Thank you, take care. Of course, we have more in store. Don't go anywhere. We also have today in stupidity on the way. And that's that's Sports Illustrated. The burkini interesting, we'll we'll hit that to time willing. In the meantime, as we get moving on, liberal tears. They make some of the best coffee. They make also bacon and gun oil. Look, the bacon scented gun oil. Not only does it it. You're doing an activity of freedom, but it's melts like freedom to its proprietary blended gun lubricant. It's a real product people are like, no, yes it legitimately, liberal, tears bacon. Senate gun oil is a real thing that you can actually have in your hands. You can you can order it and have it and clean your firearms. 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"vp dick cheney" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

09:49 min | 3 years ago

"vp dick cheney" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Oh that was just earlier today. Mike Pence speaking at APEC where which none of the democratic candidates would go and speak at because they have a problem with Jewish people. Yeah. He didn't mince words there at all. And he was directly talking about Illinois Maher who also said apparently that the president his anti-islam remarks inspire attacks like New Zealand, well, what about your anti semitic bigotry where over and over again over the span of several years. She went on these tweet storms sane heinous things. Goodness. We have a lot actually happening today. There's there's rockets again in Gaza, the idea just took out one of the HAMAs leaders offices. This is after HAMAs was firing rocket after rocket on Israel over the course of several days joining us now, Steven Yates, who's a foreign policy expert. He's a political expert period works with DC international advisory. He formerly worked in the Bush administration advising former VP Dick Cheney and first off before we get at all Stevens. Always so good to talk with you. I have. To get your reaction to now finally after six hundred seventy five days, we have the Muller report. And of course, what we all knew has come to pass. There's nothing. No, more indictments. No anything. No collusion. No conspiracy. And now, I feel like media's trying to many in meteoroid trying to rewrite how they've handled this story and kind of walk away from their complicity in insisting that there was something there. I mean, you had the former CIA director under Barack Obama who had said repeatedly, though, I've had I have access to this. I know for a fact he's a Russian agent, and then just last month you had the FBI former number two Andrew McCabe, saying basically the same thing. So I feel like this is done so much to undermine faith in government. What do you make of this? And where do you see this sort of deep state kind of stuff going from here? Well, dana. From the get go knew that. There was no underlying quite even in the definition of this stupid conspiracy that they spun from the from the outset they wanted to suggest that campaign advisors meeting with foreign nationals even before the agents would be against the law. They talked about this Logan act that most Americans have never understood or knew about, and they basically spun this conspiracy from nothing and worse than they had this garbage dossier that was a complete work of section worthy of Ben Rhodes, and they used that to weaponize the national security apparatus of the United States on America. And so I don't blow it all that the Miller report has come and that the president is essentially exonerated on. This core accusation of collusion, which of itself isn't even a crime because people's lives have been destroyed by this process, and I think some over flooded mental institutions have been brutally damaged along the way any kind of phase in the process has been. Profoundly damaged the whole Bill Clinton meeting with Lynch on the tarmac has to be seen in a completely different light. All these book tours and all the money people were were making essentially to spread lies. They were lies that I think has has to have left a fundamental ruse on the already damaged reputation of the mainstream media, the hours days now years of network coverage of a falsehood. It just I think fundamentally undermines people's state in the political process the media, but what these people did on purpose in militarizing for political purposes or national security apparatus that's far worse than ever happened with J, Edgar Hoover and Watergate and any other scandal pass. I think this is the number one national security scandal in the history of our Republic. And I hope that our leadership is militant about holding accountable. Those who did it. Yeah. Absolutely. I was looking at just some of the the history of the all the bombshells that media said that they had when CNN accused Donald Trump junior of colluding with WikiLeaks. And then it turned out they had the wrong date. He he he he was actually remarking on information that had been publicly available already or when ABC when they they had to suspend Brian Ross after he after he messed up reporting on Michael Flynn. And and I mean, there's there's so many and then not to say nothing of the people who are innocent. They were twisting Flynn's arm. Even the FBI said that Michael Flynn didn't lie. They got these wiretaps and went after Carter page, they never actually charged Carter page with anything. What what I find so dangerous is that they were focusing on on Trump blaming him for essentially what Hillary Clinton, and what fusion GPS were doing an abusing of Pfizer court. They didn't even give hearing to any of the of the information they were claiming as evidence, and then they renewed it several other times to go after page. I mean, it looks like there's just a complete and total breakdown of these government agencies that were there to protect American interests. But instead have been weaponized and turned on private American citizens. I don't know how we walk back from that as a country. Well, the only way it begins is if there is a profound consequence of profound price to be paid for these people who blatantly used their personal and political agendas to pervert these institutions, and it's the only thing that can be gin to make a down payment on good faith in the process. But we have a very clear case study of if you were on the wrong side of the political divide. You are guilty until proven innocent. And if you're on the right side or the correct side of the political divide. Then even though there is cause to bring charges as with Hillary and her Email and all the related cons controversies that you know, that you're you're perfectly innocent. And we can't even criticize you apparently. But the scales were tipped to agree. Just give a pass to Susan Rice and her unmasking controversy this. I think incredibly rank meeting between the sitting attorney general and the. Husband of of the other presidential candidate of all of what Brennan's role was through the end of your own administration really should be combed over like, what did he have access to? And why and what role to play in trying to give fake intelligence to militarize these institutions for partisan political purposes or for personal profit and securing his network contract in all of this. I think now is as they say fair game. But if there isn't a price to be paid, we don't get trust back and these institutions, and that's I think gravely damaging to our sense of Republic. Absolutely. I completely agree. Hopefully that I would hope that that would take place at some point. I have a feeling that it would have to be after twenty twenty. If we're able to gain regain the house or more seats in the Senate and keep the White House to switch it up just a little bit earlier towards the end of last week, the president, obviously, I think I think it can be said that this administration has been the most friendly towards Israel of previous administrations and. There's apparently right now with some of the breaking news coming out master rocket fire that has been targeting innocent civilians in Israel, Israel responds. They just took out one of the HAMAs leaders offices there, and they released some video about that. How much it talk a little bit about how this administration and their their relationship improve relationship from from the previous administration with Israel has changed the dynamic in that area. Well, it is one of the most under reported stories, and it's kind of odd because prime minister Netanyahu hasn't been bashful about say that President Trump maybe surprise to some has been the most pro Israel president in the history of the state of Israel. And there's been this talk about considering a two state solution. And there's been lots of worrying and hand wringing about what role different people might be playing negotiations. But the president has been very very clear and oddly enough, he has meant what he said when it came to where there's right and wrong, and you can't have peace. If you're going to have groups that are going to militantly attack civilians, and so I think that President Trump and prime minister Netanyahu had a strong personal relationship. Israel is one of the few places around the world where you can see lifestyle life-sized campaigns Cayo ads of our president and their large support. For the relationship, but it's basically comes down to not rocket science. He's been clear about good versus evil. He's been clear about the role that Israel plays in American policy at a dangerous region. But also, he vice president Pence not just by being pro Jewish pro Israel on the alliance. But there's a large evangelical community that cares. A great deal about the holy land to and it's been an important part of this coalition that supports a broad based American policy to stand with Israel. And it's sad that the Democratic Party has completely forgotten that. Yeah. Oh, absolutely. I agree. This is going to be a very interesting several couple of days or weeks, actually, as we watch how the media deals with really both of these particular issue. Stephen, it's always a pleasure talking with you. Appreciate your time with us today. 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"vp dick cheney" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

10:43 min | 3 years ago

"vp dick cheney" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Alexa, play the show podcast. I am watching the headlines about the breakdown in Venezuela. No. I mean what first off? I mean what happens where it concerns? Oil. Experts exports excuse me. And how were because the country seem pretty countries around the world seem pretty divided in. If they're going to get behind one Guido or the GDP behind Madero in this. Apparently, the Bank of England urged is urged to give Medeiros well, would you say successor because he Madero saying he's not leaving Venezuela's gold, and you have France and Canada and the United States that that have backed the challenger and Medeiros backed by of course, China and Russia, I mean know, but this this situation has been escalating and the White House told everyone all non-emergency personnel need to get out of his Walea and people have been protesting, and they're essentially two leaders now at this point to break this down for us. And I mean are they going to civil war? And how is that going to what what sort of ripple is going to go throughout the rest of the world, Stephen uses a foreign policy expert with the DC international advisory. And and and he also advised former VP Dick Cheney, Stephen always a pleasure to have you near as I'm telling you this the national security adviser, John Bolton was was demanding that Venezuela except the power transfer from the Douro to this this new politician. That's one one Guido they gonna have a civil. I mean, it seems that we're right there on the cusp of it. Well, I guess it's one of those things where you can't really define what civil war begins until you're actually in the middle of it. And you look back, and it seems like well we've been at this for some time the ingredients of this conflict have been in play for a while really throughout the the Hugo Chavez years there were times when there was severe tension. And we would have liked to have affected outcomes would have moved him out of office. And he always seemed to have the upper hand to be able to keep that from happening. There was an election in Venezuela, and may fraudulent, of course, because that's what communist do. And so there was only about twenty percent participation admits that eight percent of eligible voters didn't even have a voice not election in under their constitution when you have an illegitimate outcome. Then that there is a vacuum in power. And the head of the national assembly is to come forward and lead the country as acting president until gentlemen election can be held. And that is the process that the United States government and fifty other major governments around the world has decided to recognize and so we have the head of the national assembly as acting president in one Guido. And there's a process in place to try to push for a new election. One of the things that I think we've gotten a little out of habit in thinking about these challenges because of the post nine eleven ways of thinking, I don't hear anything in the Trump administration is talking about invading occupying and democratizing Venezuela. There's no nation building to be done there by us. They have oil there people are prepared to take matters into their own hands. And so it's a situation of helping those will prepare to help themselves not with troops on our part. At least I'm not hearing that being discussed right now, but serious commitments die powers in the region and major powers around the world. And really when you look at the list of those who stand McGuire. Those who stand the d'oro it's China, Russia, Iran, and what a cast of champions, the democracy that is. So that's that's kind of a quick rundown of how I see the situation. I think it would be a travesty for the people of Venezuela. To continue to have to suffer under the tragedy of socialism people been quite right to point out this last sixteen years of experimentation with socialism. It hasn't been the application of central planning in the logic of socialism, and it has failed and so back important for people realize, right and guidos going to hold rallies, which may cause he's sort of slipped away as all of this began to to blow up, although I know that there's probably the threat of Madero trying to. Detain him. Take him into some sort of custody. How significant is it that the armed forces? And I is it because it's is it just the generals and not the everyday soldiers. And is it because the generals are in Medeiros pocket, but they're so far backing him. How significant is that? And how reliable is that to gauge kind of his support in the country. That's very very important. But in a lot of other countries when they reach a tipping point. It's when the main line soldiers, basically, look at each other and say, I am not prepared to shoot at my neighbors, and my fellow citizens because some jerk with metals on his shoulder is telling you to do so. And that's basically when things changed at the end of the Cold War when a door -tarian, communist autocracies, all of a sudden went from we're going to be in the behind the iron curtain forever to all of a sudden, they're not. And so I have no, no doubt. That the top level generals on purpose have proven loyalty and probably thoroughly compromised by the ship. But really is gonna come down to whether the thousands of troops under their command remained loyal to the people and their will or low to those generals. And I don't think they can have one hundred percent confidence on that. Right. The United States announced sanctions they're going to try to protect the assets of some Venezuelans. What is this going is this going to what effect will this have on the oil market? Well, oil market has been obviously. A second by things in Venezuela for some time, the United States had tension, and even at the same time United States had been a major customer Venezuelan oil for a long time. One of the reasons why there's prospect for a self-reliant recovery in Venezuela. They do have these resources and again, not to belabor it. But one of the absolute proof of the failure or socialism, even with unbelievable resources in their hands. They still objected their people to outrageous, poverty, we there. There's a amazing interview done by fathers Rico of the acting the today with the gentleman in Venezuela. People want to go to act dot org or stream it he points out. What this what's happening economically inflation rates in the in the thousands, and you end up with some small portion of ice cream, costing more than imported bottle. Wine for reasons that make no sense garbage trucks parked in front of grocery stores. So that people can line up and take turns dumpster diving for food because they cannot pay the prices in the grocery store. It's all it's just it's a jaw dropping the reality of of the evil of socialism. And I just don't think that the Madero regime has enough force to be able to hold on. Yeah. And especially when they're getting so much pressure from other Latin America countries, I I was just looking at the who's who you mentioned this Earlier, China and Russia such such great, upstanding countries that don't have any sort of corruption or human rights abuses of their own, but everyone from Argentina Paraguay Brazil, France, Canada, the United States. In addition to those countries have have batch Guido. And against Madurai in this could this become sort of some some kind of proxy conflict between the the western world and Russia's slash China. Well, in in many ways, I hope that it is a good wakeup call that you have powers that have played a role in our hemisphere that stand with the will the people, and we don't get much. Thanks for. Maybe we don't ask for that much. Thanks for it. Because it's not really in our nature to demand it. And then there are powers that basically use people and use their resources and denigrate the rights and prospects for future prosperity for those people along the way, and that's been the role of the parasitical powers of China Russia, Iran when they go when they look at a regional Latin America that you might get some temporary gas in your system by making deals with these kinds of powers. But in the end, they'll take more than you will ever get. And when push comes to shove, your people will pay for it. And I think that's a reality in Venezuela. Boy, it's and the people there suffer under as well. Just awful to watch. And I'm sure there's going to be a lot more coming out of this part of the world to we were rolling now. But Stevens always appreciate your expertise on these issues. And thank you for your time today, and my friend, and thanks so much. Thank you, David take you to folks we have more in store where today in stupidity on the way Keltec is a great company, Florida company. They helps not only support the second amendment. But also this program with their awesome products as well. And they just they're innovative. They make things right. They make things actually also right there in Florida, and they are just really forward thinking in terms of design like for instance, they debuted I kept telling you they debuted a couple of new firearms ever since the D tax cut for businesses where businesses were then able to spend more of their of their capital on their employees and expand I saw their new.

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"vp dick cheney" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"vp dick cheney" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

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

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"vp dick cheney" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"vp dick cheney" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"The daughter of a former vice president responding to something an actor says about her dad USA radio's Chris Barnes now with the story from Washington DC. See former VP Dick Cheney's daughter. Liz Cheney now a congresswoman from Ohio Ming is blasting actor Christian bale after he referred to her father as Satan while accepting an award at the Golden Globes bail having won best actor for playing the former vice president in the movie, vice Christian bale, finally had the chance to play a real superhero. And he clearly screwed it up. So. I'm obviously incredibly proud of my dad, very proud and honored to be his daughter. And I haven't seen the movie we're in a situation where we've got really important work to do to get the border secure journey was speaking on FOX and friends and for USA radio news. I'm Chris Barnes, a slow careful. Withdrawal of troops from Syria now being planned USA radio's Wendy king with details. Top White House. Aides say US troops won't leave north eastern Syria until the Islamic state is defeated and allies protected that means opposed to a withdrawal, which was initially thought to have been completed within a few weeks national security adviser, John Bolton says there's no no timetable going to be discussing the president's decision to whisk raw, but to do so from northeast Syria in a way that makes sure that ISIS is defeated was not able to revive itself and become a threat again for USA radio news. I'm Wendy king. For USA radio news. I'm Robin will- landscape. Time changes everything for me becoming a single father of two young kids. It changed. My ability to use my time share the frustration of not being able to use. It was compounded by annual maintenance fees. That nearly tripled over a three year period. I was desperate to get out after searching online for cell Mike timeshare or get out of my time share. It just looked like one scam after another I needed a real permanent and legitimate way to get out of this for good. I'm Brandon read the founder of timeshare exit team. We will get you out of the timeshare you can't use or can't afford anymore..

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Liz Cheney Blasts Christian Bale for Calling Her Father 'Satan'

The Big Biz Radio Show

00:46 sec | 3 years ago

Liz Cheney Blasts Christian Bale for Calling Her Father 'Satan'

"The daughter of a former vice president responding to something an actor says about her dad USA radio's Chris Barnes now with the story from Washington DC. See former VP Dick Cheney's daughter. Liz Cheney now a congresswoman from Ohio Ming is blasting actor Christian bale after he referred to her father as Satan while accepting an award at the Golden Globes bail having won best actor for playing the former vice president in the movie, vice Christian bale, finally had the chance to play a real superhero. And he clearly screwed it up. So. I'm obviously incredibly proud of my dad, very proud and honored to be his daughter. And I haven't seen the movie we're in a situation where we've got really important work to do to get the border secure journey was speaking on FOX and friends

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"vp dick cheney" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"vp dick cheney" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Producer for the Gianni Versace story. He won an award about John J I always have resuscitate was cool, man. He was killed by a crazy game. Now, let's be real welcome to the second hour of the show dental Hachette delays on Twitter official dental lash on Facebook that was from the Golden Globes last night. I watched a portion of it because I like Carol Burnett, and I know she was getting a war, and that was pretty much at and I like to watch a check and are not going to tune out from culture. This is I think the conservatives biggest people on the rights. Biggest thing there is I don't want to get involved in culture. Well, then bitch about it. When culture decides to make the determination for what political policies are gonna come down the pipe because politics are done strength from pop culture. I've said this for how long. You can't disengage anti again. I like looking at the dresses. I can get I this is where I miss the great Joan rivers because she was so good at just slicing and dicing on that red carpet, but the this producer this, you're you're you're setting a straw, man. You're arguing things that no one's actually pushing. No, one sane be afraid of people who are different from you. Who the hell does that? Who that where are you getting this you what you're you're trying to create something? So you can feel like a hard ask them resisting against it. Look, I'm going to create a straw, man. Look at all the stuff that's being said about me in the way, I live my life. You know, why? Because it's not as edgy if you have to acknowledge that people just don't care. We don't care. I actually like for Saad. Jay and stuff. Stuff's cool. And. I think we should have strong border security, and we should have legal immigration and. So following the see none of the stuff that they say makes sense. See you you have to keep doing all of this. And and you make up this ridiculous straw, man argument. So that you can look edgier in. I don't know what the point is. Consistently pushing these these the false ridiculousness who was it was a Christian bale. Right. He played Dick Cheney and let me pull this up. I want to make sure I get the quote, right? Oh, he played Dick Cheney and didn't he get an I I don't I think I stopped watching it at that point. Didn't he get an award? He got an award this friend, William Amos. And he said he gave thanks to Satan. He says thank you Satan for giving me the inspiration on how to play this role. That's what he's Senator. He won an award for his portrayal of former VP Dick Cheney and vice. Oh my gosh. Who's divisive and full of hate and all that stuff. Again. That's the new town in two thousand nineteen. Well, that's just it's lame. That's so ridiculously lame. Coming from Christian bale? I mean, we've seen all the videos of him going off on crew members and everything like he didn't need any help from Satan to play any sort of negative role. Let's be honest about. Yeah. Yeah. I yeah. Go. So it's just so stupid this. They make up so many progressives make up the stuff to argue against because I honestly think that they're the ones who can't handle tolerance. No, one cares. What you do in your private life? All my gosh. I don't even care. Why are you trying to make me care so much? Nobody cares. This is all I'm asking. Abolish, the IRS have strong border security and organiz legal immigration. And let me do what I wanna do. You're not the Boston me. Let me take my gun all across the country. I'm so tired or not having national reciprocity. Four ways to become my BFF. You are make them happen. We're best friends. I'll drive you to your jewelers. We'll get him his paw. You can have have I'll have half. Olin mills and get BFF portraits taken together. Seriously. I just don't I don't even care. Stop to stay out of my pocket of my business. But I have all these people who are like what you. Stay out of our lives, by.

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Rami Malek and 'Bohemian Rhapsody' Win Big at 2019 Golden Globes

Radio Night Live with Kevin McCullough

01:01 min | 3 years ago

Rami Malek and 'Bohemian Rhapsody' Win Big at 2019 Golden Globes

"With a look at some of the awards bestowed Sunday night at what some call the pre-oscars. Here's USA radio's Chris Barnes at the seventy six th annual Golden Globe awards bohemian rhapsody the saga about the rock band Queen which could have easily been categorized. As a comedy musical. Ended up winning the year is best motion picture drama enact Karami. Molly won best actor in a motion picture drama for portraying, Freddie. Mercury. The band's frontman. Thank you to, Freddie. Mercury for giving me the. Lifetime. I love you, man. The real, Freddie. Mercury died back in one thousand nine hundred ninety one while green book the account of a true life road trip through the Jim crow south could have been competing for best drama, it ended up winning the award for best comedy or musical and Christian bale. Tacoma, Golden Globe for best actor in a motion picture comedy for his portrayal of former VP Dick Cheney in vice for USA radio news. I'm Chris Barnes

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"vp dick cheney" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"vp dick cheney" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Cheney bio-pic slash satire. He plays former VP Dick Cheney and during his speech he blasted chain to Satan to give him me. On how to play this route. So the Golden Globes were last night, my wife likes to watch these see what people wear and all that kind of stuff. Yeah. By the way, lady Gaga looked beautiful all in blue MAC, by the way hair Andress, just saying blue blue. All right. So when Batman went up there. Bails playing Dick Cheney in this movie vite. Yeah. It's incredible performance. I mean, I've only seen the commercials, but he thanked Satan. Yeah. Do you really need to do that was he being serious or Lizzy jokey? Yes. Yes. He was being serious. Yes. So he flew. Hey chaney. He was being talks to Satan. Now. No, he thanks Satan for the inspiration on how to be evil because what has Dick Cheney been known for a guy in the face. Yes. That's in the movie. I heard yes was also he's been called Darth Vader. He's the one Darth the evil genius behind whether you believe Bush and Halliburton and Cheney and all these deals, I mean, he started off with Nixon. He was a thirty year old guy from Wyoming for for goodness sake. And nobody and then he got involved in Harvard politics, and then jumped into Nixon's White House for everybody that hates him. They think he's Satan. But for everybody else. Well, it's a joke because we all know, quote, unquote, how evil it it. It's just in poor taste. It really is. I I hate when when celebrities do this, but Christian bale is a total a he's a total jerk professional. I don't like when he talks like that. Why does he talk like Batman? That's his real voice out. His real voice was Batman. How that's what I thought how you know, Chris Christian bale was Bruce Wayne fast. He's talked regular and like this, and hey how. Yeah. And then he was pacman. Right. That's why for a fat. Oh, that's what I thought his voice voices. Thank god. He doesn't sound like, Adele. I did funny inspiration. But now, he's got this total other accent? And I'm like an accident. That's his real voice. He's from Britain. You know? I'm really surprised that a Hollywood actor does not appreciate Republican, right? Right. Exactly. Really did it. Shading? I actually saw that live last night. I'll tell you. What you do? What was your reaction ears perked up? I said I told my wife said did he just thank Sam, right and see? But I kind of laughed at it. Even though I think it's it's inappropriate. But I think he was really laughing. And he was also like Cheney probably is Satan. I mean, he probably was being serious and funny you probably on right now. So he doesn't, but he doesn't talk to he didn't like call Satan and say, what do you think of how should I handle this? And when no he didn't go hall Satan. I doubt if even called Cheney. Oh, by the way, Dick Cheney's daughter. Liz cheney. Yeah. She's real happy. She she reacted to his acceptance speech during which he thinks Satan by saying, Satan, probably inspired him to do this too. And then had the arrest and allegedly assaulting his mother and sister charges all Christian bale had a number of years ago. Salted his mother and his sister after being drunk. Yeah. He was arrested for assault on a mother and sister and was drunk. We blame Satan for it. Yeah. But yeah, okay. That's two times. Now, dead two. You're listening to the big four four or halfway through. We bring you four big blockbuster stories, and we'll bring you big three three and four and a second. All right. Becky Lynn, that's her real voices on Arizona's news.

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"vp dick cheney" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

05:46 min | 3 years ago

"vp dick cheney" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"Sullivan broadcast studio. Deliberating confusion amplifying truth pursuing clarity, Kevin McCullough radio as human beings. We should resist in the streets. Resisted the ballot box and practice. Love and empathy in our everyday lives. You know, I gotta admit that's about as political as got last night that in Christian bale, channeling Satan to portray Dick Cheney. But I was really rather shocked. That Hollywood came together for the Golden Globes had liquor on all the tables and didn't get more sauced or saucy, then that that's pretty cool. Kevin mckell radio. Glad to have you with us, Emily Shire. Since key has filed all of the stories over the federalist if you're reading anything about the Globes today on that website. She has authored all of them, an Emily this. I believe it's your first time with this Kevin McCullough radio, but I'm a huge fan of the federalist read it all the time promoted all the time. And I'm glad to have you with us. Thanks for being here. Yeah. Thanks for having me. So in recent years, and I mean, including the Oscars and the Grammys, and the, you know, all the award ceremonies which word now in the season, this'll be like one after the other the other Golden Globes has always been fairly left-leaning. There was a noticeable difference last night, and you made note of that in one of your pieces today. But what do you think was going on? Yeah. There was a really big difference. I'm glad you put audio clip because that's the sort of speech that it seems like for the past two three years. We've been hearing just about every other present on an opening Mark. We're relying on on similar sentiments, either mocking President Trump or whatever it is just. Knicks hyper political atmosphere the past couple of years, right? A lot of other last night in those sort of political sentiments were less frequent it was pretty much of that and a couple of other moments. But it was I wonder, you know, from my perspective, I have to imagine the ratings for these things have been going down. So I do wonder if it has something that I don't know how people decide to tune out of these shows because they're sick of the politics. But I actually think it's probably something that both Republicans and Democrats alike. I wanna I wanna see celebrities. I wanna see movie stars. I want to hear about the mood that TV show. I don't need can turn on another show. Let's go talk about Donald Trump. And so I'm wondering if this is just a sort of a desperate strategy to a couple of ratings. What was very interesting about last night. So in our house, we've always kind of watched all the award shows and partly because of what I do for a living, but partly because my wife's a fashion file and she wants to see what all the dresses are all that stuff. So I said, okay. The playoffs were over the games were dying last night. So I said, okay. Let's let's do this. Let's watch it. And then if it gets really political and really just a watchable for me, I'll just turn it off. And we'll just go do something else. And we ended up watching the vast majority of the program last night because even when Christian bale, thanks Satan for allowing him to portray a former VP Dick Cheney. I still thought that it was much more reserved than what we have seen in recent years. And I thought that overall the night was in large measure in good taste and good fun. It no one's confused about whether or not Hollywood's gonna be very left leaning and most of its political stuff. I just think they gave the country a little bit of relief in not pounding it over their heads all night long. Yeah. And actually made the argument before Globes hosted by Sandra. Oh, and he said, you know, there's actually probably market in this time more than ever people who just want. They want a reprieve from everything on what are movies. What is television about people? Escape and not always it doesn't always have to be that way. A lot of people see the entertainment industry escape this this room to escape and bright. You know, not everybody is tuning into these thanks for politics. And so I think it probably was successful. And I think the average audience coverage here would probably was happy last night. I think so I think there was much less conflict. Let's talk about what was the highlight for me because I grew up watching the Carol Burnett show with my parents, but they named an award after her, and then she came out and gave what I thought was a very moving kind of throwback to what Hollywood used to be back in the day, very different than it is now a your reaction to Carol Burnett appearance. Yeah. I thought that was the highlight of the night for me. She was so gracious and humble she says she was gobsmacked that they would name this lifetime achievement in television award after her she didn't take she spent about three four minutes and reflecting on her life. How she used to watch TV and movies just wishing and hoping that maybe someday she could the same which is a beautiful testament to what you can do in this country. And it was just it was so sweet, she's holding back tears shouldn't. So. And she was trying to keep together. She's funny. It was a very very sweet moment on. And it was so nice to see. Carol Burnett has never not been funny. And that's the thing is like I have no idea. How old she is now. But she seemed in not just a good spirits in good physical health. But she was she was able to of crack some of those witticisms that she's always so famous for kind of on the spot, and it was it was in just minor correction. Emily, she didn't say she wanted to become an actor to do that. She wanted to do two.

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"vp dick cheney" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

04:31 min | 3 years ago

"vp dick cheney" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"The data show on news ninety six point five. Here are still with us. They tell us that we should be scared of people who are different than us. They tell us. We should put walls around ourselves as artists we must fight back by representing those who are not represented and. Providing space for for new voices to tell stories that have been told as human beings, we should resist in the streets. Resisted the ballot box and practice. Love and empathy in our everyday lives. I this is the producer for the Johnny for such a story. He won an award about John J J. It was cool, man. He was killed by a crazy game. And now, let's be real welcome to the second hour of the show. I'm Don lash IT lash on Twitter official Gina lash on Facebook. That was from the Golden Globes last night. I watched a portion of it because I like Carol Burnett. She was getting an award, and that's pretty much it, and I like to watch on a check, and I'm not going to tune out from culture. This is I think the conservatives biggest people on the rights. Biggest thing there was like I don't wanna get involved in cultural. Well, they're no bitch about it. When culture decides to make the determination for what political policies are gonna come down the pipe because politics are downstream from pop culture. But I've said this for how long. You can't disengage again. I like looking at the dresses. I can get I this is where I miss the great Joan rivers because she was so good at just slicing and dicing on that red carpet, but the this producer this. I you're you're you're setting a straw, man. You're arguing things that no one's actually pushing. No insane. Be afraid of people who are different from you who the health says that who says that where are you getting this you what you're you're trying to create something? So you can feel like a hard ass in resisting against it. Look, I'm going to create a straw, man. Look at all the stuff that's been said about me in the way, I live my life. You know, why? Because it's not as edgy if you have to acknowledge that people just don't care. We don't care. I actually like for Jay and. I think there's some school. And so what I think we should have strong border security, and we should have legal immigration and. So following the see none of the stuff that they say makes sense. So you you have to keep doing all of this, and you make up this ridiculous straw, man argument. So that you can look edgier in. I don't know what the point is. But consistently pushing these these this false ridiculousness who was it was Christian bale. Right. He played Dick Cheney and let me pull this up. I want to make sure I get the quote, right? Oh, he played Dick Cheney and didn't he get an I I don't know. I think stopped watching it at that point. Didn't he get an award? He got an award this friend, William MS. And he said he gave thanks to Satan. He says thank you Satan for giving me the inspiration on how to play this role. That's what he said after he won an award for his portrayal of former VP Dick Cheney and vice. Oh my gosh. Who's divisive and full of hate and all that stuff. Again. That's the new town in two thousand nineteen. Well, let's just it's lame. That's so ridiculously lame. Coming from Christian bale? I mean, we've seen all the videos of him going off on crew members and everything he didn't need any help from Satan to play any sort of negative role. Let's be honest about it. Yeah. Yeah. I yeah. There you go. So it's just so stupid this. They make up so many progressives make up the stuff to argue against because I honestly think that they're the ones who can't handle tolerance. No, one cares. What you do in your private life? All my gosh. I don't even care. Why are you trying to make me care so much? Nobody cares. This is all I'm asking. Abolish, the IRS. Have strong border security and organiz legal immigration. And let me do what I wanna do. You're not the Boston e oh, and let me take my gun all across the country. I'm so tired or not having national reciprocity four ways to become my BFF. Okay. Okay. Who you are make them happen. We're best friends. I'll drive you to your jewelers. We're gonna miss you can have half. I'll have half Olin mills and get BFF portrait's taken together. Seriously. I don't I don't even care. Stop to stay out of my pocket. Stare my business. But I have all these people who are like, well you. Lives by the way, you did. And then they stop no one cares. I'm not trying to be harsh. I'm not trying to be ignorant, but have you seen how much laundry I have to do..

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"vp dick cheney" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:34 min | 3 years ago

"vp dick cheney" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"By providing a space for people for new voices to tell stories that have been told as human beings, we should resist in the streets. Resisted the ballot box and practice. Love and empathy in our everyday lives. I this is the producer for the Gianni Versace Jay story. He won an award about Johnny j I always thought it was cool. He was killed by a crazy game though. Let's be real welcome to the second hour of the show. I'm Donna lash lash on Twitter official didn't lash Facebook. That was from the Golden Globes last night. I watched a portion of it because I like Carol Burnett, and I know she was getting an award, and it was pretty much it, and I like to watch I'm a check, and I'm not going to tune out from culture. This is I think the conservatives biggest people on the right? Biggest thing there is like I don't want to get involved in cultural. Well, no bitch about it. When culture decides to make the determination for what political policies are gonna come down the pipe because politics are downstream from pop culture. But I've said this for how long you can't disengage. I again, I like looking at the dresses, I can get this. Is where I miss the great Joan rivers because she was so good at just slicing and dicing on that red carpet, but the producer this idea. You're you're you're setting a straw, man. You're arguing things that no one's actually pushing. No, one sane be afraid of people who are different from you who the health says that who says that where are you getting this you what you're you're trying to create something. So you can feel like a hard ass in resisting against it. Look, I'm going to create a straw, man. Look at all the stuff that's being said about me in the way, I live my life. You know, why? Because it's not as edgy. If you have to knowledge that people just don't care. We don't care. I actually liked for Jay and. That's cool. And. So what I think we should have strong border security, and we should have legal immigration and. So following the see none of the stuff that they say makes sense. So you you have to keep doing all of this, and you make up this ridiculous straw, man argument. So that you can look edgier in. I don't know what the point is. But consistently pushing these these this false ridiculousness who was it was it Christian bale. Right. He played Dick Cheney and let me pull this up. I want to make sure I get the quote, right? Oh, he played Dick Cheney and didn't he get an I don't know. I think stuck watching it at that point. Didn't he get an award? He got an award district, my friend, William Amos, and he said he gave thanks to Satan. He says thank you Satan for giving me the inspiration on how to play this role. That's what he said it for he won an award for his portrayal of former VP Dick Cheney and vice. Oh my gosh. Who's divisive and full of hate and all that stuff. Again. That's the new town in two thousand nineteen. Well, that's just it's lame. That's so ridiculously lame. Coming from Christian bale? I mean, we've seen all the videos of him going off on crew members and everything like he didn't need any help from Satan to play any sort of negative role. Let's be honest about. Yeah. Yeah. I yeah. Very go. So it's just so stupid this. They make up so many progressives make up the stuff to argue against because I honestly think that they're the ones who can't handle tolerance. No, one cares. What you do in your private life? All my gosh. I don't even care. Why are you trying to make me care so much? Nobody cares. This is all I'm asking. Abolish, the IRS have strong border security and organiz legal immigration. And let me do what I wanna do. You're not the Boston e oh, and let me take my gun all across the country. I'm so tired or not having national reciprocity four ways to become IBF. I don't care who you are make them happen. We're best friends. I'll drive you to your jewelers. We'll get miss. You can have half I'll have half we go all in mills and get BFF portrait taken together. Seriously. I just don't I don't even care. Stop to stay out of my pocket. Stander my business. But I have all these people who are like, well you. Stay out of our lives, by the way, you did. And then they they stop. No, one cares. I'm not trying to be harsh. I'm not trying to be ignorant, but have you seen almost laundry? I have to do. I don't even know how I make for dinner tonight where in the world, do you people think.

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"vp dick cheney" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"vp dick cheney" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Course, we couldn't have an awards show without things getting political Christian bale had the only win for vice the Dick Cheney pic slash satire. He plays former VP Dick Cheney and during his speech. He blasted James. Thank you to Satan. Forgive me on how to play this role. If Beale street could talks Regina king won best supporting film, actress and said anything she produces in the next two years will be fifty percent female and she challenged Hollywood fan with solidarity. And do the same backstage at the Golden Globes. Jason Nathanson ABC news Beverly Hills. Being of women lady Gaga won for best song for shallows from a star is born. And it was the second straight year for actress Rachel Brosnahan getting a Golden Globe for best actress in a TV series. She won for her role in the Amazon series. The marvelous MRs Mazel it's five twenty five on Colorado's morning news time now for money news. This is a Bloomberg market minute s and p futures are now down five points. Nasdaq futures down twenty-five Dow futures down twenty nine makes crude is higher by. Two and a half percent. Just above forty nine dollars a barrel. One potential source of positive news U S, China trade talks restarting Wall Street last week ended on a high note after news of better than estimated US employment data and some soothing remarks from the fed chair on the approach to monetary policy. Today, we're watching for a report on the wide ranging services part of the US economy from the institute for supply management. But the November factory orders data that was due out. Today is delayed because of the partial government shutdown after four years of planning. Tesla has finally broken ground on its five billion dollar factory in the world's biggest auto market China. CEO Elon Musk joined Shanghai officials today at a site near the city kicking off construction of Tesla's first car making plant outside of the US. Gina Cervetti, Bloomberg.

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"vp dick cheney" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

11:58 min | 3 years ago

"vp dick cheney" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"To know what you're trying to accomplish throughout the Middle East and the pieces need to be coordinated and they need to be coordinated not just an hour activties. But this is why we need allies. This is why we build alliances troubled by the nature of the president's process. Are you asking me whether or not I think foreign policy ought to be conducted by tweet. Sure is no it's not though, that's an asinine assertion to make. It's not conducted by tweet just just for the record and in talking about foreign policy. I love how no one mentions the fact that we're on the pathway. We've started a done what we haven't done previously with other administrations North Korean denuclearization. Sanctions strong sanctions against Russia for their behavior towards Crimea and Ukraine. And so many other steps that I think have really bolstered security of the United States in areas where our interests would be most affected. There are some breaking news. That's coming out. Now about the next Defense Secretary where it's disc- there. So a apparently the White House is considering Jim Webb who is a one time democrat Senator and a one time presidential candidate. If you go back to two thousand and twelve by the way, this is the guy if you go back to my audio archives. I have said of Democrats ever wanted to be very threatening in a presidential race. They'd run Jim Webb. Jim Webb is not a far left guy. He's I think more moderate than Joe Manchin is storied military career. Very nice guy. He's a democrat. He's more of a Kennedy democrat. I don't really have anything bad to say about him, except, you know, obviously, we disagree on certain things being that he's a democrat. But so that they are considering him as the next Defense Secretary, very. Very interesting. Joining us now, Steven Yates who is a foreign policy expert. He's been traveling all around the world. And we're glad to have him back with us and get his expert opinion on all of this. He previously advised former VP Dick Cheney, and he works with the international advisory. Stephen happy new year to you and welcome back. It's I hope you had a great great holiday. I did I went around the world and back, and my kids are still my kids and all is. Well, there you go all is. Well, and then of course, now where were we come from a nice relaxing Christmas season? And now here we are back in the back in the frying pan of it. All this news. That's just came out about how the White House is considering Jim Webb as the next potential. It hasn't been determined yet Defense Secretary. How does that new strike you? Well, it's interesting, and it also seems somewhat typical of what Trump be negotiator tactician would do in that. It definitely does break. A few of the narratives about him in one of those things about web, he probably aligned with the president on some of the broad foreign policy areas more than maybe even two thirds of the Republican caucus on the hill. Does. And if you just look at how people chatter bugged about Syria withdraw, you can see that there's a big this juncture web is is a little bit Trumpian was willing to say things that people might shivering timbers to year, and he did that a few times in public office. And so in this age where people come over writings, and what people said tweeted about different times, I imagine he will have some spite he thinks back there in the record for a few people. But I, you know, I I think when you're looking at what do we need from new secretary of defense ain't number one. It ought to be someone who's willing to do what the president was elected to do as much as I loved mad dog Mattis in a number of different way. He was really awful on personnel policy every once in a while. And so I think it's important that people recognize we elect presidents to be a civilian leader than the job of the secretary of defense is execute the orders of the commander in chief. And it's not to contain strain and balanced commander in chief. And so I think if Jim Webb is up to doing that mission in a deep commitment to the navy. Anyone who's interested? He's written books about his experience experiencing the navy the Vietnam war shaped a lot of his thinking about foreign policy on the use of force. And so it isn't really on substance surprising to me, I still have other people that I might favor. Former Senator Jim talent is someone that I know and like in defense issues, and he's he might not be as flashy of Jim Webb. Dick would be but substantively he'd be great. There are a few others too. So I hope they go through a good solid search in Thailand. Right. The top. Now. I agree with that. I I agree with you. Also, Jim talent, I think he would be very good. In in this in this position. Also, what did you the way that Mattis departed? What are your thoughts on that? 'cause you were I said this earlier, you were one of the first people I thought when I heard that news because Mattis's revered amongst many, obviously who were in the military, but a lot of people who are on the outside. They look at him as capable and now, of course, obviously, those who may be perhaps weren't familiar with him before came to know him through those Chuck Norris like quotes that were released in the past year and a half or so. Yeah. It's pretty it's pretty amazing. And I and that of course, that one video interview where they said what keeps you awake at night? He says nothing I keep other people awake at night is that was that a significant loss to the administration at or is that or was this just sort of maybe the natural life span of of his particular appointment in that position. How did you interpret the way that he exited as well? It was bizarre. But we live in a bizarre time. So I guess it's to be expected. It's not bizarre in the sense that you're two years in and you have turning your cabinet even in the defense department. It's if you look out over the recent day six or eight administrations turnover at date defense in other places it happened. There are some exceptions re end up with long tenures. But usually they end up being controversial tenures to. So to me, the timing was not a super shock. I think it is a loss. You have the the mad dog persona on the outside rather than on the inside. I loved the idea of the Chinese having to sit down across the table, and look this hardened marine in the in the eye and someone asks what are you? What are you going to do because I'm the defense department? I'm here to defeat our enemies and protect America. Okay. I like that. But there he at the beginning of the administration wanted to appoint a whole bunch of Hillary advisors to the Pentagon, and I am enough of a partisan where I feel like elections have consequences. Big no, not me. So I don't really believe that we have anyone but the savior himself that is deity walking on this planet. There's no one who is so perfect. And so on touchable. I think there was a little bit of too much of that persona built up about him. But I am grateful that he served. I thought it was a good appointment for the president. The naked the beginning ministration. But frankly, it became clear that he wanted to go to different policy direction inasmuch as the deer. Senator Warren who I think is one thousand and twenty four correct. Unfortunately, syria. You do have to ask you questions about what was the mission in exactly how long would you have a day, and why we die for something more than regional allies who have equity, I think she's out. I think it's a great question. And you, and I think that you brought up I think on the show last year at some point towards the end of last year. If if the average everyday American cannot clearly articulate why American forces are are in a particular part of the world without having to double check a frilly in memos or something to that effect than that's either bad messaging or it's bad strategy. I mean, there are a lot of questions as to what we know why we're still perhaps president in Afghanistan, but with regards to Syria, it seemed and you and I've discussed this before for the United States to get any more involved than we already were it seemed like a very very bad hand. And as I understood understood it we were training certain forces. I do understand having some loyalty to the Kurds though. And I I hope that I guess I guess this question is I I hope that none of this decision. Making by the. President was at all inspired by what Irwan over in Turkey wanted as opposed to some loyalty to the Kurds that have been doing a lot of heavy lifting. Your thoughts. That's an important issue. And I for one don't believe that's been the basis of the decision, partly because I see the decision as having been a huge secret hiding in plain fight for two and a half years. The president has been talking about is approach to the use of military force. He's been talking about the long term deployments. He's been talking about ISIS being the target. And maybe you never get one hundred percent of it. But it gets down to five percent or below and others need to step in. And you know, what if the mole Poku head up, again, we're gonna whack that mole? But for now, we don't need to be risking our best and brightest. And frankly, one of the best thing that should be done in policymaking processes anyone who's got a vote on whether we deploy our forces overseas should have had to have spent a little bit of time in retail politics. We will have to go into the household of these people who lose a mother, a father, a son a daughter a cousin or. Somebody for some period of time. So that you don't forget, this is not a policy memo debate society, these are real people with real sacrifices, and you better have a real clear mission to be willing to wait that treasure Amen to that. Steven Yates goodness. We're glad to have you back. Glad that you came back to us arrested and on fire. Even always, always such a pleasure. Have a great week, my friend, and I'm sure we'll talk against the intake air. Day to take care. Of course. He's on fire today. I love me. Some Steven Yates analysis we have today in stupidity on the way. I was telling you about my cool. My amazing Article V. My wonder my special wonder woman already be that I got from Caltech over Christmas. I had no idea. How long did they were all working on this? My husband was working with Chad. And some of our other friends over at Keltec, great, Florida company that makes just really kick in firearms. It is so awesome. It's end the wonder woman colors go like, the modern like the updated modern not like, you know, the which I all of it's cool. But I kinda like the darker modern kind of colors, but very cool has the wonder woman logo on it. And it was a custom that they made for me that the request of my husband and just so cool with my favorite Christmas present by far, and I'll be sharing some video about that Caltech probably support your second amendment rights. They make it possible for every employee of their company to do. So they don't copy stuff they're incredibly innovative already b. Bullpen downright incredibly innovative the chaos g tactical? Shotgun holds a whole box of shells incredibly innovative. They do things. Right. They make everything right here in the US survey. And it's a great investment. And it's I love the design. I love that. In a like, for instance, you already be the chaos g cash she twenty-five the newest addition to that line there. One hundred percent ambidextrous. 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"vp dick cheney" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

11:39 min | 3 years ago

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This is news ninety six point five WDBO's, whether or not I think foreign policy ought to be conducted by tweet answer is no it's not though that's an asinine assertion to make. It's not. Adopted by tweet just just for the record and in talking about foreign policy. I love how no one mentions the fact that we're on the pathway. We've started and done what we haven't done previously with other administrations North Korean denuclearization. Sanctions strong sanctions against Russia for their behavior towards Crimea and Ukraine, and so many other steps that I have really bolstered security of the United States in areas where our interests would be most affected. There's some breaking news. That's coming out. Now about the next Defense Secretary where it's there. So apparently, the White House is considering Jim Webb who is the one time democratic Senator and one time presidential candidate. If you go back to two thousand and twelve by the way, this is the guy if you go back to my audio archives. I've said of Democrats ever wanted to be very threatening in a presidential race. They'd run Jim Webb. Jim Webb is not a far left guy. He's I think more moderate than. Joe Manchin is storied military career. Very nice guy. He's the democrat. He's more of a Kennedy democrat. I don't really have anything bad to say about him, except, you know, obviously, we disagree on certain things being that he's a democrat. But so that they are considering him as the next Defense Secretary very interesting joining us now, Steven Yates, who is a foreign policy expert. He's been traveling all around the world, and we're glad to have him back with us and get his expert opinion all of this. He previously advised former VP Dick Cheney, and he works with the international advisory. Stephen happy new year to you and welcome back. I hope you had a great great holiday. I did I went around the world and back, and my kids are still my kids and always well there you go all is. Well, and then of course, now where were we come from a nice relaxing Christmas season? And now here we are back in the back in the frying pan of it. All this news that just came out about how the White House is considering Jim Webb as the next potential hasn't been determined yet Defense Secretary. How does that new strike you? Well, it's interesting, and it also seems somewhat typical of what Trump being negotiator and tactician would do in that definitely does kind of break a few of the narratives about him. And it's one of those things about web, if you probably aligns with the president some of the broad foreign policy areas more than maybe even two thirds of the Republican caucus on the hill does and if you just look at how people have chatterbox about Syria withdraw, you can see that there's a big this juncture web is is a little bit Trumpian was willingness to say things that people might shiver timbers to here, and he did that a few times in public office. And so in this age where people come over writings, and what people said and tweeted about in different times. I imagine he will have some sway. She thinks back there in the record for a few people. But I, you know, I I think when you're looking at what do we need from a new secretary of defense ain't number one. It ought to be sending his willing to do with the president was elected to do. Well, as much as I love mad dog Mattis in a number of different ways, it was really awful on personnel and policy every once in a while. And so I think it's important that people recognize we elect presidents to be a civilian leader. And the job of a secretary of defense is to execute. The orders of the commander in chief and not to contain constrain and balanced the commander in chief. And so I if Jim Webb is up to doing that mission deep commitment to the navy anyone who's interested. He's written books about is experiencing the navy the Vietnam war shaped a lot of his thinking about foreign policy on the use of force. And so it isn't really on substance surprising to me, I still have other people that I might favor. I mean, there's a former Senator Jim talent is someone that I I know like in it's familiar with the fence issues, and he's he might not be as flashy as a Jim Webb pick would be, but substantively he'd be great. There are a few others too. So I hope they go through a good. Good solid. Search and let the pilot writes the top. Yeah. I agree with that either. I agree with you. Also, Jim talent, I think he would be very good. In in this in this position. Also, what did you the the way that Mattis departed? What are your thoughts on that? Because you were I said this earlier, you were one of the first people I thought when I heard that news because Mattis's revered amongst many, obviously who were in the military, but a lot of people who are on the outside. They look at them as capable and now, of course, obviously, those who may be perhaps weren't familiar with him before came to know him through those Chuck Norris like quotes that were released in the past year and a half or so, yeah, it's pretty it's pretty amazing. And I and that of course, that one video interview where they said what keeps you awake at night? He says nothing I keep other people awake at night. Is that was that a significant loss to the administration or is that or was this just sort of maybe the natural? The life span of of his particular appointment in that position. How did you interpret the way that he exited as well? It was bizarre. But we live in a bizarre time. So I guess it's to be expected. It's not bizarre in the sense that you're two years in and you have turn your cabinet even in the defense department. It's if you look out over the recent say six or eight administrations turnover at state defense in other places it happens. There are some exceptions reentered long tenures. But usually they ended up being controversial ten years to. So to me, the timing was not a super shock. I can get into loss. You have the the mad dog persona on the outside rather than on the inside. I loved the idea of the Chinese having to sit down across the table, and look this hardened marine in the in the eyes and someone asks what are you? What are you going do because I'm the defense department? I'm here to defeat our enemies and protect America. Okay. I like that. But there he at the beginning of you administration wanted to appoint a whole bunch of Hillary advisors to the Pentagon, and I I am a non partisan where I feel like elections have consequences. That's a big no-no to me. So. I don't really believe that we have anyone but the savior himself that is walking on this planet. There's no one who is so perfect. And so on touchable. There was a little bit of too much of that persona built up about him. But I am grateful that he served. I thought it was a good appointment for the president. The naked there'd be administration. But frankly, it became clear that he wanted to go to different policy direction inasmuch as the deer. Senator Warren who I think is one thousand and twenty four correct. Unfortunately. Syria situation. You do have to ask you questions about. What was an issue in exactly how long would you have a day? And why can't we die for something more than regional allies with equity? I think she's out. Now, I think it's great question. Question, and you, and I think that you brought up on the show last year at some point towards the end of last year. I if the average everyday American cannot clearly articulate why American forces under or in a particular part of the world without having to double check, a frilly and memos or something to that effect, and that's either bad messaging or it's bad strategy. I mean, there are a lot of questions as to what you know, why we're still perhaps president in Afghanistan, but with regards to Syria, it seemed discussed this before for the United States to get any more involved than we already were it seemed like a very very bad hand. And as I understood understood that we were training certain forces. I do understand having some loyalty to the Kurds though. And I I hope that I guess what? I guess this question is I I hope that none of this decision. Making by the president was at all inspired by what Erta one over in Turkey wanted as opposed to some loyalty to the Kurds that have been doing a lot of heavy lifting. Your thoughts. That's an important issue. And I for one don't believe that's been the basis of the decision, partly because I see the decision as having been a huge secret hiding in plain sight for two and a half years. The president has been talking about his approach to the use of military force. He's been talking about these long term deployments. He's been talking about ISIS being the target. And maybe you never get one hundred percent of it. But it gets down to five percent or below and others need to step in. And you know, what if the mole pokes up, again, we're gonna whack that mole? But for now, we don't need to be risking our best and brightest. And frankly, one of the best things that should be done in policy making processes anyone who's going to vote on whether we deploy our forces overseas should have had to have spent a little bit of time in retail politics. We will have to go into the household of these people who lose a mother father son daughter a cousin or somebody for some period of time. So you don't forget this is not a policy. Komo debate society these are real people with real sacrifices, and you better have a real clear mission to be willing to waste that treasure. Amen to that Steven Yates goodness. We're glad to have you back. We're glad that you came back to us arrested and on fire, even always such a such a pleasure. Have a great week, my friend, and I'm sure we'll talk against the intake air. Of course, he's on fire today. I love me. Some Steven Yates analysis we have today. Stupidity on the way. I was telling you about my cool. My amazing already beam. 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