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"war malcolm" Discussed on Kickass News
"We can hit while we wanna hit. He would accept the risk of that makes waging war more acceptable and say that's a small price to pay for the fact that we can put the days when we leveled entire cities behind us. You know if you think about it if there were to be a kind of full scale conventional war between china and the united states. we're both sides. We're sending bombers over each other's countries. Neither side would level entire cities. It's not gonna happen anymore. Just not the way wars fought. And i think i think cancel would say. That's that's what progress looks like on a lighter note or a little bit of a lighter note you got to have dinner with the air force chief of staff and hang out with all of his generals what sounds like a pretty interesting group of what was that experience like. What did you learn from them. I got to know the previous a guy named General goldfine and then gentleman who's replaced by general brown Midway through writing this book. And i got to know both to the outgoing and the incoming chief of staff of the air force and i found them both credibly. Impressive people I came away with really renewed respect for the american military. I mean these are people who understand the moral dimensions of what they do who are steeped in history of their service. Who are committed to keeping america safe. I mean i could go on good general goofy just before he left Invited me to dinner at his house at the house on. Fort myers just across the potomac from Capital which is where the head of the air force lives on a street. We're all these top military live. And i had dinner at his house and with his wife and then afterwards we had drinks in his backyard and he invited over. You know the vice chair of the joint chiefs and couple of other senior air force guys in We had a conversational. Never forget just to kind of casual conversation about what it means to be in charge of the world's most powerful air force you know. It's just a was really an amazing moment. I'll never forget it. Sounds like an incredible experience. Well i mentioned at the top of this book is sort of the vanguard of a larger effort by your company pushkin industries. You're really going all in on immersive audio books before we go. Can you tease any of your other audio offerings to come. We got a million coming for example. We have one coming up with a pulse. Simon singer-songwriter based on and we begin with about forty hours of conversations with him and have combined that with with him playing and talking and arguing and we combine now with historical tape and produced and all kinds of theater housing and interviews with other prominent musicians and the result is something. That's kind of amazing That should be national. That's almost unknown but we got we got a big pipeline of stuff coming well again. This book is called the bomber mafia. A dream a temptation and the longest night of the second world war. Malcolm glad well thanks for talking with me. Thank you ben. it's been really fun. Thanks again to malcolm. Glad well for coming on the podcast border. His new book the bomber mafia. A dream attempt tation and the longest night of the second world war on amazon audible or wherever books are sold. And i especially encourage you to listen to it as an audio book. It's very very well produced in really immersed as you in the story. Follow malcolm.
"war malcolm" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Conversations this hour we are continuing the conversation about the protests and demonstrations that we're seeing across America across the world and right here in Milwaukee right now we're gonna be talking to the director of the center of urban resource teaching and outreach at Marquette University Dr rob Smith he's also a resident historian and America's black Holocaust museum right here in the city of Milwaukee and I do want to preface to know that this is his perspective he is talking again from his perspective he is not representing the organizations that he works for Marquette wore the black Holocaust museum it's been over a week since the murder of George flight at the hands of a Minneapolis police officer there have been protests we've seen demonstrations taking place all over the country and world since then do you believe the death of George Floyd is the tipping point for some real change in this country well it certainly could be and I say there has to be because I mean our nation under no uncertain terms in the coldest of war Malcolm all war does not necessarily have to look like the eighteen sixties but we are at a moment where the lines are drawn in the line of Bombay clearly in those lines that line represents those of us who basic formality basic human dignity and the assumption is also on the other side of that line I'm not in favor of those and that means that the the killing black people in particular the killing of other folks that handle law enforcement the judicial killings longer for both of the pace trial lawyer for folks believe in any case and then charged with the crime the killings have put our nation where are we in the middle of a fight that is really based on what our nation stands for and who we are going to be able to actually if we're going to be the nation's legal claim could be here domestically and internationally we have to make changes and those changes have to be broadband to be weeping and they have to be square and we we are calling on are you our official law enforcement folks who are oftentimes painted being on the other side to come over to the side of justice now is the time if we don't install now he will continue to watch our nation qualify under as an African American leader in the Milwaukee community what are your feelings right now of where we are at this point in this city and in the country well I think both in the city and the country what we're seeing today why in diverse body of Americans one woman we believe that the trainer we spoke about yes we have to occur and they have to occur not only in terms of massive changes in our criminal justice apparatus mainly police are going to have to be held accountable those who are leaders if the provider the director of the police department and police forces have and call the man that those who opposed to protect our society and we do that and then being being very racialized nature of police and the racialized nation the nature of our criminal justice apparatus it cannot continue in the way that it has progressed over now several hundred years fifteen point and all the young people young and old our industry colleagues could change cannot be met with brute force in the nation and violence because these are American citizens who are simply the mandate that our nation made good on that promise and that is that is not a call order we have seen several police departments from around the country I understand very clearly that they have to become a part of that change the older models that hopefully will catch fire with police departments across the country so the others emulate it and not only about police it is also about the failure of political leadership both at the local state and national level your your party affiliation cannot dictate your response are your long standing racial prejudice and prejudices cannot dictate your response the only response that we can address the fact that we can move forward in the response that value to my life and you know as as journalist we need journalists to stop talking about building the despite being burned up the destruction of property property right cannot be weighed more heavily than human rights the human cost has to be at the forefront of this conversation you know and if we see it time and time again a lot our public discourse before we've even actively address the him a lot you start talking about property unless you're completely unacceptable because we know that property destruction if you currently have to handle a very small number of people compared to the thousands upon thousands of people who have been demonstrating peacefully the numbers of folks who are.
"war malcolm" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Let's start right there with Campbell clinic how healthy are we are we have two games in a row where everybody plays we have two games in a row where everybody's healthy for sure that is amazing and will you start the same way as Damian boss still in the starting line get them involved with the pressures Lester and lance the last time you guys played with this Connecticut team it was up and down even though you couldn't tell by the score but there were a lot of turnovers twenty four by the Tigers twenty by the Huskies and that was when you sort of took the reins of the team to come down and oddly enough coach it's weird since you've done that less turnovers but not wins it's kind of a crazy combination is there a fine line well I think that there is a fine line but you know I was too many live ball turnovers at home against Connecticut they got out on fast break got a bunch of fast break points we catch them was kept them in the game in our building and with meek are called a more plays I'm not going to say that I'm gonna say that's better for us because we're score more points but we just got to do small things box now the fifty fifty balls and things of that nature going to seal the deal you said something about the sunshine that you see and also that you even a loss in Cincinnati really appreciated what your team was able to accomplish has that carried over the last couple days in practice yet has to me for the second time this year the team kinda has taken on the personality that we want them to have it has to be more hard nose we've been playing way too soft we haven't been playing tough enough we've been losing game that we shouldn't lose because of those reasons and the game is Cincinnati was really good because we fought the entire forty minutes and this came up short in in that game just plays down the stretch you got to match if you wanted so I know they executed what you wanted to do what you gotta do today against this team that you've already seen gotta keep my to transition you got to rebound a basketball last time I got on the glass honestly got on transition those two things are as is as far as guys like Lester can Eunice he has been critical the last couple of games boogie Ellis to and defensively how do you set up in in is is going to have their big guns a tall was gonna start with lesser less is going to start with what with Christian and Alex when he in the game's going to ram as well and he's really good even better at home senior that are they want to win and then he has guys those guys play really hard and you know book might have been the one isn't playing the best for him lately been doing a really good job gaining confidence every game and that will be booking I know that you love to look at film and in the last three games since they played Memphis they're shooting percentages going up like four percent to forty five and a half percent or something in that neighbourhood what are they doing differently men they're making shots I mean they're very aggressive guards anyway their guard driven team there was a lot of great says those guys coming off screens and pinned down and they they know how to run sets and they're making shots in there when they make shots there with the really tough they are now starting three freshmen it originally you know had Gilbert in the starting lineup so they're not that experienced team that we've seen before in this league against the freshman does that come into account here is this late in the season are you know what I really like a freshman at this time of year and been sophomores I think you've been through so much and been through so many wars already dead you know your veteran you're pretty much are not a freshman anymore and the put given on the bench just like heaven Lou Williams with the clippers he still comes in and they'll get the job done placed order minutes but those freshmen have proven that they can compete on this level and and they're doing a great job one guy that has not really been in every wars Malcolm Dandridge we saw the energy got a little one lucky dive on the floor and up with the ball and be on the side line or a bass line how healthy is he today what kind of role he have in this game what is healthy definitely physically is where he is mentally he has to go out there understand what we need from him and as protecting to reminisce read on the basketball and we're gonna need a lot from him because you have to protect the rim against these cars cars really tough to guard man to man and they're probably going to be in our paint enough hopefully not a lot but enough that he's not the protectorate in another fascinating aspect to this game for me besides the guards up front we have six six guys in the top fifteen in the American in blocking shots she got precious you got a coke a cook cook who's leading the league and then there's lance Thomas let's talk a little bit about him there's been slippage since worry was at its height but in this game against you con in in Memphis it's five blocks in that game worse he yeah I think that on every game is different for lance you know he came into the the UCF game been one for sixteen from three sorry let them open any got hot the next game they didn't believe it let them open he got hot again and no yes so just now they're not gonna leave them open yes it just this game and played you know play more depressing and take his house where we can and then we'll be I think the last six games I did the math is like fourteen points a game is he settled in now is his role strictly going to be on the wall and do you think he could get even better yeah he settled in he's a guy that you know I was started off for seventeen in a conference and has made a huge stride through hard work through tough place and he definitely is where he's going to be on the ball I I notice DJ Jeffries is not using crutches at the moment everybody's wondering how quickly you think he will come back any updates on that no but he is getting better much faster ahead of schedule but you never know because they have to get back in shape we're still gonna keep a six week right six weeks right now but it's great to see him without crutches last thing on paper this is the last time we'll be in Connecticut in the excel centre although there is talk that the league might have made some deals when Connecticut was talking about exiting and part of the negotiating a deal was that they would play some league games and because of your relationship with Danny Hurley that this might be something that would continue a home and home is there any chance of that I think there's a chance because then in our clothes and we could definitely work on it for the future for sure a coach must look protection post can show thank you that is penny Hardaway brought to buy Campbell clinic back to Memphis here's Jeff right well thank you very much day we have a little.
"war malcolm" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Tools tweets Republicans well log garlic before they outlaw guns yeah this the garlic festival shooter in Gilroy so he of it obviously white supremacists we're just a gun legally in Nevada three weeks ago okay I just I all this rhetoric occurred I can wall tweeted arm police were all over the Gilroy garlic festival everyone knew it he they got to the shooter in sixty seconds sixty seconds and he shot sixteen people there's no better proof that the gotten more guns could solve Nash shooting garbage is garbage and we seem to have already moved on yeah will tweets auxiliary festival shooter promoted white supremacist and fascist literature on social media meantime the leader of the world's white supremacy movement sits in the White House threatening to classify anti fascist groups who have killed no one as terrorists that's another huge he is like a threat both foreign and domestic yes he is a foreign asset in the is a threat and I don't know when we're gonna start calling this out more than that you know it does every shooter have to name him by name like the the bomber did it right I mean it and several of these on around the world have name check Donald Trump but yeah trump warned this weekend considerations being giving did declaring anti for a terror organization again not one single killing when at the far right accounted for seventy three percent of four hundred and twenty five extremist murders in the U. S. between two thousand nine and two thousand eighteen and I mean you can if you start to lose track of the shooting right in but every single one has been some form of eight chan guy white supremacist right racist misogynist this that whatever this is but you know what error bowler said earlier about him stressed our race war Malcolm Nance warned about this yeah this isn't like all he's got I guess I would look at look at this and there was a there was a far right did you see this the makers of Patrick Kane's ran ads about bludgeoning anti fur protesters are the makers of a solid steel cane or advertising on lines is in need of a means of beating up on really liberals and anti for demonstrators god circulated unsubstantiated information that into the activists plan to attack conservatives with milkshakes and let you know how wine cement or whatever I mean it's like the black Panthers it was like one guy yeah that then they kept the you know hearing that scary footage on fox and look at the people trying to I mean I yeah I was still I was just reading because we've got so much news since then that what's his name Cesar Sciacca fanatical trump and mail package bombs to the president's political opponents so trump is a surrogate father who came to believe in an alternate reality fueled in part by trump's attacks on his political opponents according to his attorneys on either I mean he mail the pipe on the basically everyone from sever right bashed on Twitter or elsewhere and.