18 Burst results for "Wesley Clark"

"wesley clark" Discussed on Wisdom From The Top

Wisdom From The Top

01:52 min | 6 months ago

"wesley clark" Discussed on Wisdom From The Top

"The Vietnam War and September 11th, 2001. There were only a handful of U.S. Military officers who became somewhat well known. There was general Norman Schwarzkopf, commander of the first Gulf War, general Colin Powell, and even general Wesley Clark, who commanded NATO forces in the Balkans. But after 9 11, a whole new generation of military leaders became household names. Tommy Frank, David Petraeus, George Casey, ray Odierno. And of course, Stan McChrystal. By the time he took over as overall commander of coalition forces in Afghanistan in 2009, McChrystal had already become somewhat legendary among army officers. He led the joint special operations command that waged a shadow war against Al-Qaeda and other insurgents in Iraq and Afghanistan. And very often, McChrystal himself would go out on patrols and missions with the young soldiers under his command. But in 2010, an article in Rolling Stone magazine published disparaging quotes by the general and his staff about members of the Obama administration, that led to the crystal's resignation in a period of deep contemplation about failure, and what it means to be a leader. Since then, he's written books and launched a consulting firm that focuses on crisis management and leadership. Stan McChrystal's journey began as a young man who grew up in a military family. His father and grandfather had been army officers, and Stan McChrystal knew exactly what he wanted to be from a very young age. I always wanted to be a soldier. In fact, I don't think I ever really considered anything else from the earliest age. I wanted to be my father. He was my hero. And to do that, I wanted to follow the best route. He had gone to West Point, and so I just automatically thought, well, that's.

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"wesley clark" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show

The Dr. Susan Block Show

03:55 min | 11 months ago

"wesley clark" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show

"I wanted to throw a shoe at him today when he's talking about how the sacrifice was so wonderful wasn't as grand as it could have been but it was great and i'm here and i'm not trump so hey love me please. Because michelle obama. Gave me a cough drop and gave it back and so now i paint pictures of dictators and i am just asking to be a member of the human community and not resort to all these people. Even though i've killed all these people and lied about. It not lied about sex. His w sex to lie about unless you count the pow porn. He made it abu ghraib tom. Oh he might. He might be looking at that every night. i'm sure he is. Maybe you should. You should paint a picture revenue pushy. Boy he was known for lying about war as was cheney as was rumsfeld as were all of them. But as wesley clark said it was a soft coup. Those guys just took control and we gave the biggest peace demonstration of all time right before the rape of iraq. And i'm not going to tell the whole story but some people misunderstood me calling it the rape of iraq. I was talking about invasion and people in turkey. Thought i was talking about our in soldiers actually raising iraqi women..

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"wesley clark" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"wesley clark" Discussed on WSB-AM

"WSB company, Wesley Clark Howard Minute response to my carriage, Kia Georgia Department of Labor, probably the most overwork state agency over the last year. Plus because the pandemic now faces a completely opposite problem. They have employers all over Georgia, desperate to find workers. And so I want you to know if you're in a job right now that feels like you're stuck in a rut the opportunity out there for training for a new skill, a new profession widely available. And a lot of employers now will even subsidize or pay for that alternative training because they need you so badly. And if you were looking for work, no, that the opportunities and the pay available the best they've been in pretty much forever. You as an employee or potential. When you get to call the shots are money updated. Spotted by a total planning, I just re checked down industrial futures or down 118 points this morning. Wes Moss markets were fast and furious. Yesterday's the Dow recovered from about a 600 point drop. To finish the day lower by about 150 points. A combination of crypto currency collapses and release of the central bank's minutes worth the root cause of the volatility. The former saw Bitcoin and other crypto currencies plunge 30% and one point before paring losses, long considered the ringleader of a speculative market if that trade washes out You could spill over to equities as we saw today. Meanwhile, some Fed officials hinted it tapering their bond purchases. A k a money printing, which might cause a tantrum to investments tied to easy money West. Thanks. Here's our 80 and nonstop news feeds.

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"wesley clark" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"wesley clark" Discussed on KOMO

"Michelle we just over heard from the National Guard as they were communicating with each other that the plan is to try to make sure that these demonstrators do not get closer to the Westlake area such agree these blockades and keep them away from the weather that's toward where Matt and Jonathan had been in the Capitol Hill area closer toward that direction but to keep them away from this downtown area that's what we were hearing just moments ago for members of the National Guard at that point just a little bit later on we saw several members of the National Guard make their way down workforce in union right now make their way down the street toward Westlake center once again where the park was where we've been for several hours now making their way over there as well as several police cars and a bus full of police officers in tactical gear making their way down toward Wesley Clark and you can see the flashing lights off into the distance that's where fourth and pine is where we've been reporting for some time now we're gonna be heading back there just to see if anything starts to what take place over in that area but the goal is to try to keep those demonstrators away from this area push them back toward where they were already aware they had left Westlake center making their way back toward the capitol hill area but to keep them out of this downtown location that was what we just over heard from a member of the National Guard all right so you overheard that have you do have all eyes on all of those barricades is it actually impossible for the protesters to get to west like I see one where you are but what about the surrounding streets well as you can see behind me is by as people on bicycles go pass it's not impossible to make your way through the sidewalks are still accessible but cars anything like that.

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Violence, destruction mar Seattle protests over the death of George Floyd

News, Traffic and Weather

01:19 min | 2 years ago

Violence, destruction mar Seattle protests over the death of George Floyd

"Protest over the death of George Floyd turned violent in downtown Seattle starting this afternoon around four o'clock people said several police cars on fire on pine street com was Nick problem was there it is in fact a police car that is on fire it's a police vehicle that's on fire off in fifth and finally saw the flames just about ten to fifteen minutes ago give or take off into the distance near the Nordstrom and that's the car apparently that is on fire and you could see the smoke continued to billow up it's becoming less clear to see down pine street which is going toward a high five we know the demonstrators have sort of lined this entire story apparently we're getting word that there is also another car on fire that'd be within this general area so again you can see that a lot of a lot of ocean taking place here on pine street we can see both those cars on fire because these demonstrators continue to show some unrest here at fifth and pine and again these fires are going ask there's a peaceful protest happening at Westlake park so as we've mentioned two different types of mentalities and energies taking place here in downtown Seattle we have some peaceful protests happening over at Wesley Clark and then of course these fires and smoke and apparently more cars on fire como's Nick problem

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"wesley clark" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"wesley clark" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Nine one country that was W. W. too but he Wesley Clark at the time who was the the native spring commander right after the Russian sees that the Russians were in Bosnia at the time they made a lightning move into Kosovo they seize the airport at Pristina and general Wesley Clark told the British general Jackson that he wanted him to go in and kick the Russians out of that airport and Janet Jackson I'm not gonna start World War three for you ten instead they sent me and my special forces team over there centrally to handle the Russian and so we got the the sector which is called companies at the time and it was right on the border of Serbia and at that time the the tale a the the folks over there contact the Utica they were constantly attacking still and when the Russians moved in essentially they thought to themselves well no this is just kind of the same thing as the Bosnians because the Russians moved in there they seized that airport to get a place at the table so that they can have a say in what happened in that in that international conflict so the locals at the time they did no idea what the Russians were gonna do they all they knew was that the Russians were the bad guys but our job there was to establish peace was to make this this dangerous area into a very peaceful place again so.

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"wesley clark" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"wesley clark" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Seven four seven a tight end done shelf so so he's not the first person from Texas to win the Super Bowl but the first to graduate from a college in Texas to win the Superbowl there you go Joe Beese obviously Wesley Clark did you play with drew Brees bottled up life of all of your years you were there no no no no I was away before him when I was playing Westlake high school you still have the nerf scars how do we day mornings five day ten AM on news radio que L. B. J. now we take you back to the past on art bell's somewhere in time how to everybody good to be here we're going to no doubt talk about the freemen in Montana it's turning into was suddenly very large story listen on a side note before we get into things here there is a new video in them all as you know Bob green's been doing a video demo I'm doing a video demo and now the man who runs my bulletin board John and here in her office is also doing a video demo.

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"wesley clark" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"wesley clark" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"This time to remind you that obesity and obesity related health conditions are at serious risk factor when it comes to corona virus recovery so this is the perfect time to go to so to wait last dot com and figure out your options just look at the client reviews they have their look at their at home program S. O. T. a state of the art weight loss so to weight loss dot com state of the art the Taliban so so so he's not the first person from Texas to win the Super Bowl but the first to graduate from a college in Texas to win the Superbowl there you go Germany's obviously Wesley Clark did you play with drew Brees played football with your you were there no no no no I was away before him when I was playing Westlake high school you still have the nerf scars how do we day mornings five day ten AM on news radio que L. B. J. you're listening to coast to coast AM George Noory paranormal date dot com four hundred and ninety five people shy of ninety three thousand signed up members it's now also on Instagram and Facebook so just.

"wesley clark" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"wesley clark" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Seven four seven the tide in gun show so so he's not the first person from Texas to win the Super Bowl but the first to graduate from a college in Texas to win the Superbowl there you go Germany's obviously Wesley Clark did you play with drew Brees by the way I played football with your injury no no no no I was away before him when I was playing was like high school you still have the nerf scars how do we do mornings five day ten AM on news radio que L. B. J. your networks presents coast to coast AM and the best.

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"wesley clark" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"wesley clark" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Engineering is again complex question many layers to that question whether warfare we have on the record weather warfare project Popeye in Vietnam is a stunning example the minimization since nineteen forty seven projects serious project storm very in the seventies the hurricane mutilation is been going on that long they're not a meeting to it now but we also have George was a good example of nine eleven do you remember when general Wesley Clark one week afterwards said that he was told every single middle eastern country was going to take it out yup so let's look at those countries and the weather that instead of those countries every single one of them underwent a once in one thousand year drought after that event took note mathematically speaking it's impossible that's a coincidence and we have the leaders of those countries in the case of Iran on the floor the you in stating emphatically that NATO weather modification programs are cutting off their precipitation so again we have documents like owning the weather the military US military document title owning the weather by twenty twenty five we have president Lyndon Johnson anybody can see this on any one of our weekly broadcasts if you do watch that'll work it's the intro first thirty seconds Lyndon Johnson in nineteen sixty two rating like a maniac stating that we had the power to control the world's cloud cover then in nineteen sixty two any finishes with this George you probably have seen this lineage also states in nineteen sixty two he who controls the weather controls the world that's true absolutely true and I'll always remember when the Chinese held the Olympics it was during this rainy season and they were asked what you gonna do about the rain on all these people they said don't worry about that we control the right exactly correct and when the science community is surveys on this issue and do you do you watch that attorneys did exactly that surveyed fifteen hundred scientists we publish the entire list and they unanimously refuses to is to deny on the record the climate engineering had already been deployed not one was willing to tonight on the record not one give us your definite definition of geoengineering weather warfare whether terrorism that's exactly what it is and if the population new and think about the liability of the issue George I've had conversation with insider from Oak Ridge lab on this issue and we publicize that dialogue but he made clear.

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"wesley clark" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"wesley clark" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Climate engineering is again complex question many layers that question whether warfare we have all the record weather warfare project Popeye in Vietnam is a stunning example I mean if elation since nineteen forty seven projects here this project storm very in the seventies the hurting me at least has been going on that long they're not it meaning to it now but we also have George was a good example of nine eleven do you remember when general Wesley Clark one week afterwards said that he was told every single middle eastern countries it was going to take it out yup so let's look at those countries and the weather that instead of those countries every single one of them under what they once in one thousand year drought after that event now mathematically speaking it's impossible that's a coincidence and we have the leaders of those countries in the case of Iran on the floor the U. N. stating emphatically that NATO weather modification programs are cutting off their precipitation so again we have documents like owning the weather the military US military document titled owning the weather by twenty twenty five we have president Lyndon Johnson anybody can see this on any one of our weekly broadcasts if you if you want to work the intro first thirty seconds Lyndon Johnson in nineteen sixty two rating like a maniac stating that we had the power to control the world's cloud cover then in nineteen sixty two any finishes with this George you probably see this live in Georgia state in nineteen sixty two he who controls the weather controls the world that's true absolutely true and I'll always remember when the Chinese held the Olympics it was during this rainy season and they were asked what you gonna do about the rain on all these people they said don't worry about that we control the right exactly correct and when the science community is surveys on this issue and do you watch that attorneys did exactly that survey fifteen hundred scientists we publish the entire list and they unanimously refuse to deny on the record the climate engineering had already been deployed not one was willing to tonight on the record not one give us your definite definition of geo engineering weather warfare whether terrorism that's exactly what it is and if the population new and think about the liability of the issue George I've had conversation with insider from Oak Ridge lab on this issue and we publicize that dialogue but he made clear.

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"wesley clark" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"wesley clark" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"We have on the record weather warfare project Popeye in Vietnam is a stunning example Amy pollution since nineteen forty seven projects here is project storm very in the seventies the hurricane me at least it's been going on that long they're not a meeting to it now but we also have George is a good example of nine eleven do you remember when general Wesley Clark one week afterwards said that he was told every single middle eastern country was going to be taken out yup so let's look at those countries and whether that instead of those countries every single one of them underwent a once in one thousand year drought after that event no mathematically speaking it's impossible that's a coincidence and we have the leaders of those countries in the case of Iran on the floor the you in stating emphatically that NATO weather modification programs we're cutting off their precipitation so again we have documents like owning the weather the military US military document title owning the weather by twenty twenty five we have president Lyndon Johnson anybody can see this on any one of our weekly broadcasts if you do watch that'll work it's the intro first thirty seconds Lyndon Johnson in nineteen sixty two rating like a maniac stating that we had the power to control the world's cloud cover then in nineteen sixty two any finishes with this George you probably have seen this Linden Johnson states in nineteen sixty two he who controls the weather controls the world that's true absolutely true and I'll always remember when the Chinese held the Olympics it was during this rainy season and they were asked what you gonna do about the rain on all these people they said don't worry about that we control the right exactly correct and when the science community is surveys on this issue and do you do you watch the returnees did exactly that surveyed fifteen hundred scientists we publish the entire list and they unanimously refused to deny on the record the climate engineering had already been deployed not one was willing to tonight on the record not one give us your definite definition of geo engineering weather warfare whether terrorism that's exactly what it is and if the population new and think about the liability of the issue George and I had a conversation with an insider from Oak Ridge lab on this issue and we publicize that dialogue but he made.

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"wesley clark" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

12:00 min | 2 years ago

"wesley clark" Discussed on KTOK

"And David betrayed by the way those war the generals by speaking out Jack Keane Wesley Clark even not a big fan of mine over the years saying what we've all known what we've all said we've gone over now the evil of whose sole of money wise you know the idea that we're just we're we're just gonna let this guy should drones out of the air take tankers hostage in the streets a **** moves are upset and disrupt the world's oil supply so they can benefit hit the Saudis oil field so they get a higher profit for themselves killing Americans in Iraq with such evil brutality is as I've been describing orchestrating the attacks on our embassy funding terrorism worldwide and fighting proxy wars all across the globe and we're not gonna hit them because he might get mad our yeah our what we ought to be mad we have a right to defend our American citizens abroad and our interest abroad that is not something the world needs to understand that's the way it works now the Democrats politically they're just acting as dumb as they always do and her now well the president didn't have the legal action to to do this that's not true either they said nothing not a word when Obama dropped bombs in Syria and and elsewhere twenty eight hundred times it says that you know more phony feigned selective moral outrage are any American people of Hannah and in many ways they again continue to make the case why Donald Trump should be reelected in three hundred one days anyway joining us now Gregg Jarrett alter the bestseller witch hunt New York times bestseller David shown civil liberties attorney former board member with the Alabama civil liberties union welcome both of you great Jerry you wrote a great column about this absolutely positively and every other legal mind I know Dershowitz our colleague David shown here all agree with you president had the constitutional authority to act and he will have the authority to act further should he need to it's true article two of the constitution vests broad substantive authority for the present the United States as commander in chief to deploy military forces overseas to ensure US national security and protect American lives so mainly was there in Baghdad commanding terror operations he was poised to murder more he had the the blood of hundreds of American soldiers on his hands he was going to do more of it so the president was not only authorized under article two but he also has a thirty by Congress under what's known as the authorization for use of military force that was passed by Congress in the last three presidents before trump used it to wage campaigns against terrorists since the nine eleven attacks so the president was well within both his constitutional right as well as his statutory right to do this all right David so let's get your overall view on it from your perspective it's not only with the authorized to do it was strategically brilliant and I would go so far as to say he may have an obligation to do this is a man we know at multiple what blood in his hand from multiple multiple American victims and others we know that his course his agenda was this for eight to international terrorism to spread he runs brand of terrorism we also know that we probably president probably would not have had to have done this but for John Kerry and president Obama and the horrible horrible deal they entered into with Iran that in and license them with let me let me as the legal side of the question because the president in an interview with Rush Limbaugh now he'll be on TV with me tomorrow night but he said the Kerry likely violated the Logan act in my reading of it is he's probably right I think you know it was a right you know this is been going on for quite a while we know that Kerry was over there meeting with them a couple years ago is since he was a secretary of state I think there's no question based on all the evidence we've seen the violin Logan act let's look at what's happening propaganda wise now the Reese says he wants to take it to the American people his argument the argument a terrorist regime because he focuses on comments like those by the line more calling this a war crime and AOC and the rest of the hit squad it's it it's it's absurd I like the fact that deterrence now exists again because they seem to have been acting with impunity and no fear at all that they'd be any retribution for taking tankers hostage I mean we all know strategically the straight so Hormozgan you're talking about the life blood of the world's economy thirty percent oil passing through those very narrow straits and for them to think they're going to control that Gregg Jarrett that needed to be pushed back in a big way although for us it is less strategically important than ever because this president rightly is now created a scenario we we produce more oil than any other country on the face of the earth for the first time that's absolutely correct president trump showed remarkable restraint as general Keane it pointed out you play the sound bite the president didn't retaliate with military action months ago when around shot down a U. S. drone or attacked oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman or fired rockets into an installation housing American military personnel but finally the Iranian terrorists and saw ani in charge crossed a line when they fired a rocket injuring U. S. troops in killing an American contractor then they laid siege to our embassy in Baghdad threatening American lives you know what would people Democrats like Nancy Pelosi who accuse the president of abusing his powers Chris Murphy the senator in Connecticut you said it's illegal to do that what they fail to comprehend is that Tehran will continue their reign of terror until a strong leader and nation ours stands up to this malignant terrorist regime and now it's happened is there a way to quantify the magnitude of this look for those of us that have that Powell middle eastern news closely we've known about solemn money for a long time we don't about the cut forces for a long time we know about the improvised explosive devices that they were planting all over Iraq specifically Tarbert targeting our troops David Jones but maybe you know but both were traced to point out even after the killing a Baghdadi and bin laden he thinks it's bigger than both of those killings and he would know and is a hundred percent right you can see from the reaction just how big it was but these pundits were saying oh well we've created a risk your situation now even rand Paul to say this is the end of diplomacy we had no diplomacy the president reached out to them they weren't interested always been interested in doing is building there missile arsenal and now we know their nuclear arsenal also so this was a huge hit and by the way this unpredictability that many critics raise is an absolute asset they weren't expecting this **** took the Iranians by surprise sure is going to be replaced by someone else but it's a risky world out there the president was aware of the risks he knew them and he had to take decisive action just as he did you know I I look at the the mind set it's light it's what I keep saying I mean I use the one analogy would fit here you take out one of the world's worst dictators and you know the kid they'll never give Donald Trump credit for anything because they just hate him which then brings us down to the Nancy Pelosi dub Bakul which is we have an urgency we've got it we got to impeach him we've got to do it quickly we've got to do it now we've got to get it over he's a he's a menace he's a threat to our our our country but we're not going to give it to the Senate until the Senate capitulate to our demands are Greg Jarrett I thought I read a document called the United States constitution that defined specifically what the role of the houses and what the role of the Senate is and I don't see that the house gets a say in what the Senate does nowhere in the constitution does it say the speaker of the house gets to dictate the trial of an impeachment in the U. S. Senate yet Nancy Pelosi by withholding the articles is trying to extort Mitch McConnell and Republicans in the Senate to conduct a trial with her approval her oversight she has no constitutional authority for that she well knows it she doesn't care and show off you know I have long argued that the Senate ought to consider a motion to dismiss and and now of course there we go shin by Josh Holly and Lindsey Graham will join us on Hannity tonight he has his motion that he's moving forward with now of my understanding is and correct me if I'm wrong that the Senate if they're gonna have a rules change the parliamentarian will probably say you need sixty seven votes and they can then overruled part parliamentarian change the rules with a simple majority of fifty one votes to my mistaken now you're at you're absolutely right and you know we're into the twentieth day of withholding these articles of impeachment which is on the hood of in previous past presidential impeachment and so Holly's idea is will give my twenty five day limit and if the if they don't then then we moved to dismiss for lack of prosecution that's that's what happens in courtrooms across America if a prosecutor brings a case brings charges but refuses to prosecute there is a motion to dismiss for failure to prosecute which is then granted the same should apply here sounds a lot like summary judgment to me David shown which happens every day is Greg points up that's right and then you know look these these rules have been a work in progress for many years but hello this is a couple hundred years too late in her argument Alexander Hamilton addressed the argument about whether the Senate should have it's the right to have conducted by whether it's the best place this was all debated for a long time in the late seventeen eighties that several sixty five sixty six and when the constitution was ratified the Senate was the spot now the Senate sets the rules Nancy Pelosi is out of the picture she can do it this may be you know don't if you wish for something and it comes true and your sorry after the fact but wasn't either way you want to play here if they want to go with the trial and that's what they have I think this trial I'm working on a peace now this trial should include people who have never been mentioned yet this file should include as witnesses people like the staffers for Nadler nor mine isn't very Burke because the invest investigated the investigation is always an issue we have to see how did we get here we have to look at the integrity the destination now there should be a witness should should be a witness if they want to really go all out and that's the way it should be in this case all the integrity of this process has to be examined and by the way I would put on expert witnesses on corruption in Ukraine because it has been a central tenet of US policy and international policy emphasized by experts over over again the slums should not be given when there's corruption or even the possibility of corruption and that's what happened here funds are withheld based of the corruption you look at any of the transcripts that was a simple guiding principle stay right there mode Gregg Jarrett David shown toll free is eight hundred nine four one Shawn you want to be part of the program full complete coverage of this.

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"wesley clark" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"wesley clark" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Which frankly raises more questions and who is that on the barreling half would have that as a ring tone a second time you know the first time you throw did your youngest kittens a change that make it some kind of space science fiction flying saucer thing but that I'd ask that person to leave a hive I have to take this yeah you're damn right you do get out of here with that no that's just no it's I don't I guess I don't understand my daughter's a Sam sung that's not the ring tone it it came with I mean not the default ringtone so I'm I what I'm saying that only that a bad ring tone you had to proactively go in and change it to that ring tone I wonder Wesley Clark even is aware and you can change the rental I don't know I'm gonna get I'm not gonna get into my brush with Wesley story because everyone knows that they for to death a retail and on Saturday night for particular place could involve the army and and tax free combat zone months and the little scam that Wesley used to run and Europe back right after this here in a second I'm a latest on the deputy involve shooting Emiri Allah and that word is that Lori Laughlin is about learning prison lingo and planning for a worst case scenario she gets a forty five year sentence for this silliness for varsity blues are anyway will separate the through the the legend versus fact right of this it is the caring Shinsha bring to filling in if I AM six forty live everywhere on the this I heart radio.

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"wesley clark" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"wesley clark" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"To the extent the people nor helpful with changing the rules and I encourage you to understand that five minutes are up but most important thing is to be aware that we're moving away from the war on drugs to a war on patients and that I find objectionable we want to deal with the epidemic of drugs we have to deal with the people who we have to allow people to go into treatment and feel comfortable and safe again also house does that it will also help is more than just housing it's recovery and I think I'd like to stress that but I know you you mentioned that it's important housing and I agree with you but if the larger issue about our house is it facilitates recovery and it uses the proximity of people who are interested in recovery to achieve that and give them a safe place to be there so back to the federal rules the federal rules don't that you should be a world is two six three can I hear you say that make sure you tell people not what Wesley Clark former official at the department of health and Human Services and Veterans Affairs earlier today at a convention in Washington hosted by Oxford house thanks so much talk about excellent well thank you all the panel members for that little a brief synopsis from everybody now we've got about fifty minutes flat we have a floor Mike here for you for your questions so please come up an answer ask a question if you like it is going to Mike and we can hear it thank you have you any I just if you if you if you want to address the question to one of the panel to say which final member or otherwise you can address it to everybody on the panel thanks hello my name is Charles I'm a person a recovery my question is about some box and send you texts methadone I was given this inside of a inpatient detox and on my way out I was offered it to go to the doctor's clinic and for a fee he would continue to write me this prescription you know my my question about this is why is this not considered addiction for profit well it's the same pharmaceutical companies.

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"wesley clark" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

05:29 min | 3 years ago

"wesley clark" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Suzy from Washington, Susie. Oh my goodness. I'm sorry. So, yeah, it is. But anyhow, go for it. I think everybody needs to please. Call Nancy Pelosi's two offices in data. Voicemail contactor via the cosmos, whatever he needs to go into that, after you're done trying to be coherent and leaving your message. Thank her profusely, and all of them, eat is none of us would want to be in their shoes and tell them to stop bickering. And let's just get this dike on. He's gonna kill us. Yeah. Comment. And thank you, Jay Jenny. If you could hang on for his show, your Suzy. I'm sorry, I'm gonna put you on hold. Because our, our system is showing you is Jenny, and it's got a database, it'll remember that and so, so Nick, she is online Souza's on line three please correct data there in the database and, and pick that up the Lowell in Salem Oregon. This is Lowell right? Okay, let's go. So I think you a tweet of with a video of Wesley Clark describing the project for numerical century list of countries to invade in what I wanted to do is maybe have you played that too, and I wanted to show that no matter who gets in office war with Iran is inevitable because they've decided that that's on the list. And as you recall, I called a while ago and let you know the list and how Obama got a majority of the countries on the list. So it and Bush got started with Iraq. Right. And then Obama got Syria, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, and he added a couple of extraneous, you know, Yemen and pressure. Yeah. Well, that was really Saudis. Yeah, I get it. And this was the nineteen the nineteen ninety eight letter to Bill Clinton from the center from from the. Was committee for American new American century. Project. Thank you very much for new American century, peanut, that's specifically called for invasion of Iraq of Saddam Hussein. But you're saying that they're, they're, they're, they're larger list. I you know, I think they've been calling for war with Iran. I mean, John Bolton's been calling for war with Iran since the eighties hasn't he? Yeah, but, you know, that list seems to be what both parties president seemed to be following you know, this is why we need someone like Tulsi Gabbard on the stage to counter, you know, this type of narrative, because, you know, if we don't get an anti-war voice, we're going to be at work forever. Yeah. Yeah. I get that little. Thank you very much. Dennis in bergenfield, New Jersey. Dennis you're on the air. We Tom, how's it going on I've questions about the colts standard? Yeah, I agree with you, that, if you know, earn economy's in recession the government should increase spending on programs that to work, increased demand. But before you know you said that the economy if the economy is going to percent than the supply of money to grow two percent. Also, or inflation, the problem with that is of those if you go to the gold standard, and you're recession you have to sell the goal to maintain the currency. Right. Put more serves, you know, increased government spending. If you have to sell all of those boulders, how would you do that? Well, the gold reserves are bought and sold. I mean, there's still, there's a few countries who still do this, and we used to do it. We had the golden Fort Knox. And you just sell it on the open market. The spot market for gold is very, very robust, the way that the treasury, maintains or modifies our money supply is by buying and selling treasuries, when, when they buy treasuries, they're basically taking that money out of circulation when they. Sell treasuries. You know, their base, basically putting money back into circulation. That's the way that the that the fed regulates our money supply to the best of my knowledge. I mean, I'm I'm not a thorny on the fed, but that's you know, at the turn of the great recession when he increase, you know, services and all you deal programs. He took soft gold standard for a while yet. Yes. Yeah. He he went into deficit spending, essentially, right? Go ahead. Physically because he, he wouldn't be able to finance, although although although he was not the first to do that. We the, you know, the only president whoever actually balanced the budget the way, the gold standard envisions the only president of ever did that was Andrew Jackson. And when he did that through the country at because there was no way to invest in US government debt anymore. So there was no safe haven for savings for businesses, or for individuals, and the consequence of that was that it through the country into the deepest and longest depression in our history. Right. But the really got jacked up during the civil war that was a ABRAHAM LINCOLN. And then that led to the greenback. And all that kind of stuff. And yeah, but, but, you know, prior to that you had individual states even issuing their own currencies. I'm not sure what year that ended. But it was you know in the in the back of the gold standard, I would imagine. No, I the problem is the gold standard is too. I will too given the size of our economy. But I don't on the other hand, I don't think that the fed should be responding to Donald Trump's tweets. I mean. That the thing that really concerns me about the fed right now is the, Jay Powell seems like he's terrified of Donald Trump as everybody else who gets near him, and that I think is a huge mistake dentist..

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"wesley clark" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"wesley clark" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"It's false pretenses friends, and it's the whole pretenses that are false in so many different ways. But on the sons of Liberty Media dot com. Most voted for a while before rand Paul exposes to party scam. Of course. And by the way, those useful idiots know exactly what they're doing. That's why they won they go in broke. They sit there for a couple of years, and before you know, it they they accumulate millions. They know what they're doing. They're just standing down playing the game. Doing is. They're told as everybody else drinks the Kool aid at least those that are willing to take the drink because war not here at the sons of Liberty Media dot com on sons of Liberty Media dot com. Listen carefully. Criminal New York Muslim community patrols working in NYPD alike. Cars wearing lookalike NYPD uniforms the Muslims in New York have got their own caravan. They've got their own line of cars for the Muslim communities. Never seen that in the United States of America. Have we? Those that are behind the wheel concerning these cars that are created for the Muslim population in New York friends. They're dressed like New York. Police officers NYPD. Whoa. Is this about let me let me just put it. This way is this about a simulation. Or is this about conquering? Starting incrementally little by little through a seas to overtake our country. Exactly the ladder Deuteronomy twenty eight verse forty three Deuteronomy twenty eight verse sixty three read it when you get a moment. Speaking of which rep Ilhan, Omar here, she is again blamed our involvements in other people's affairs for bloody jihad massacre on Kenyan mall now again, prince you need to keep in mind. Let's keep the truth out there in shame that the devil on all fronts. The trump. He told we as Americans have allowed politicians to contrive along with the military industrial complex wars that are completely unconstitutional. As a matter of fact, just to end this point if you go to General Wesley Clark, you can go online right now in watching because we played this audio online before you can watch him say that we only get involved France in countries that have oil on the scene. He said if there was no oil presence. We wouldn't be there in the first place. So when part what she is saying is true. How many crimes against humanity have Americans allowed politicians to advocate for concerning third world countries? Now just to show you that that is not extreme. In the sense of what I'm talking about. Maybe a lie or factual.

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"wesley clark" Discussed on The Conspiracy Farm

The Conspiracy Farm

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"wesley clark" Discussed on The Conspiracy Farm

"I mean because these proxy wars are literally happening everywhere. And I think, you know, obviously, South America's a huge part of it because the brick nation stuff. And then what's going on kinda Eurasia? We decided the other day, you know, a Muslim blew up to bombs in this Catholic in a Catholic church or something like that. And this was in Indonesia in then we saw ISIS moving into the Philippines. See this to me reeks of a problem reaction solution because oftentimes we fund these bad guys to go in and back up. Now, we got to have a presence in their to stop these bad guys. What do you think is we talk about, you know, OSCE on the association of southeast Asian nations? And then, you know, the growth of these trade deals to growth of one belt one road in. Then you see these incidents starting to happen in that region. Which to me would almost necessitate down the line in American presence. What do you think about that larger strategy? Well, put it this way. I mean, I I think it's a little bit of a hodgepodge say, this is someone who's been in the intelligence community and someone who's looked at it also from from other levels, but I think that in many cases at the at the very very ground level that we just don't know in some cases, we don't know what what our own government is doing. We don't know what other governments are doing. Who's who's who in do a great line for it? You don't know one thing that that one former Philippines analyst. He's done. A few tours down there in the. In southern part of Philippines, and going up against the M L S and M I L S hint said actually, you know, they act as if there's so many different groups down here. But in many cases, when you follow it in terms of individuals, you realize that a lot of them are the same individuals is just one day. They're working for this group, then one day the and for another group it's like they put it on a different hat. But it's it's the same people that are moving back and forth and playing both sides against the middle because the guys on the ground know what's going on. And they know that they're trying to be influenced by these, you know, greater powers or other organizations. And so they're, you know, they're playing both sides against each other. Or no cases, you defined people that just, you know, they're just in it for the money of the people that are in it for the mayhem. And so when we start going down that road is a country where I don't even know if it's the best way to use it because when we continue to go down that road to the country doing so for such a long time that it it leads to more of these. Situation that always turned into quack Myers that always turned into issues that always have secondary and tertiary issues that we haven't thought up and our answer is to just do more of it instead of ever to take a step back and say, maybe there were things we could have done originally that would have, you know, not set the motion mitigated some of the some of the downsides of some of the stuff. But it seems like, you know, the the ends to seem to justify the means in in this kind of global hegemony or however plays out, you know, General Wesley Clark hovering two years ago saying like X amount of countries in X amount of years. So I mean, this this this chessboards been set up for quite a while. And it seems like there's really no end we got Iran now playing a role, and it's just such a mess over there. And then obviously, we have Russian China's. So it's like we got we got the plate full man, something I wanted to ask you in patent. I talk about often, man. This Muller investigation is does absolutely insane. You know, worst case scenario, they're saying Trump colluded with Russia and Putin etcetera etcetera, but you know, Pat, and I have had people on the show, and it goes way way. Deeper than that not to go too much into it..

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