Congress reporter Rachael Bade offers insight into how the Senate trial process may get thrown off course, how new revelations factor into the trial, and whether the final outcome actually as inevitable as it seems.
ROUND 1: If you're thinking about gettin' it on in certain military towns, you might wanna pack a pecker parachute, ‘cause turns out they've got some of the highest STD rates in the country. We'll tell ya all the hot spots. ROUND 2: Speaking of picking up some bad stuff out in town, we asked our Twitter followers “What is the dumbest thing you bought right after boot camp/basic training?” From bootleg electronics to spur of the moment engagement rings your answers did not disappoint. ROUND 3: Aloha! More like Oh no, brahhh. Three civilians on a smoked-out joy ride ran into a majorrr buzzkill when they triggered a lockdown at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam ROUND 4: Somehow a horned up West Point cadet failed his mission to bring porn star Diamond Foxx to his Winter formal, even after setting up a GoFundMe..ROUND 5: Some British Royal Marines are right bothered with their Prince, bruv. ‘Arry is bloody bound for Canada with his yank lass and the Royal Marines are ready to tell their prince to bugger off. We'll get to the bottom or Bob's your uncle.
After a long standoff, Nancy Pelosi announced that the House will finally consider a resolution to send the articles of impeachment to the Senate next week. Reporter Karoun Demirjian answers questions about what’s been gained or lost in the process.
The EU lands a blow to Boris Johnson's plan for a trade deal by the end of the year. And the House of Commons Authorities land a blow to the Brexiters’ appeal for Big Ben to bong on 31st Jan. We also have some exciting news about BREXITCAST LIVE! Head to www.bbc.co.uk/showsandtours to apply for free tickets!
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Where do a president’s powers begin and end when it comes to issuing a strike to kill? Can presidents decide how much force to use against an adversary? National security correspondent Karen DeYoung breaks down the administration’s decisions in Iran.
It’s episode 150, and to celebrate we have a special guest: The Director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), Christopher Krebs! That’s right, we’ve got all the cybers this week, and a fun guest to walk us all through it. That, plus a smattering of sign-stealing frivolity and Rush appreciation! We’ll be back next week with our usual takes on the news…
Host and SOFREP Managing Editor, Stavros Atlazoglou, leads an incredible discussion with CWO4 (ret) Greg Coker (Task Force 160, Special Operations Aviation Regiment aka “The Night Stalkers”) and Master Sergeant (ret) George Edward Hand IV (1st Special Forces Operational Detachment-Delta aka “The Delta Force"). You don't want to miss out on this one. If you haven’t already noticed, we have a ton of new SOFREP t-shirt designs and gear available in our store. As always, be sure to check out our Crate Club for Spec Ops grade gear hand picked by military professionals. See you all again next week!
Kate and Melissa preview the January sitting, including Bridge-gate, some fashion-y trademark cases, and whether they count as “older workers” for purposes of the ADEA. Plus, RBG and Sotomayor sightings in the wild.
Round 1: One capital V veteran is spending his time on something really worthwhile. He will not rest until the Associated Press style guide rights their wrong and makes the word veteran a proper noun. Round 2: Liberal vultures are doing everything the can to stop the border wall from being built. They are shitting and pissing their asses all over a radio tower in South Texas. What does that mean? A shit ton.Round 3: NASA just introduced the newest graduates from their Astronaut school. Is that what it's called? Astronaut school? Anyway, one of their new graduates has the most impressive resumes you'll ever seen. Round 4: The Space Force announced their enlisted rank structure. It's incredible.Round 5: Due to the devastating fires across Australia, their military has stepped up in a huge way. One of those ways? Beer. We'll tell you about one of the lighter stories coming from Down Under. Round 6: we're huge animal people on the pod and Kate welcomed a new family member. It's time for a little cat chat.
President Trump is just the fourth president to face impeachment proceedings. In 2016, The Post’s Presidential podcast examined the three presidents in that category before Trump. We finish our series from Presidential with the story of Bill Clinton.
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On the “Can He Do That?” podcast, Congress reporter Rachael Bade offers insight into how the Senate trial process may get thrown off course, how new revelations factor into the trial, and whether the final outcome actually as inevitable as it seems.
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Bribery is one of the three offenses listed in the Constitution as grounds for impeachment. Even though that is attempting to bribe Ukraine is the act that precipitated to Trump’s impeachment, it’s not explicitly listed in the articles of impeachment. Why is that?
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President Trump is just the fourth president to face impeachment proceedings. In 2016, The Post’s Presidential podcast examined the three presidents in that category before Trump. Here’s the second of their stories from Presidential, on Richard Nixon.
A case in which the Court will decide whether a public official “defraud[s]” the government of its property by advancing a “public policy reason” for an official decision that is not her subjective “real reason” for making the decision.
On this podcast, Mike talks with Chris Reeves, the founder of Triarc Systems about weapon systems and more!
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ROUND 1: It feels like we can finally take a little bit of a deep breath about the situation in Iran and Iraq and we are gonna tell you why and where we go from here. ROUND 2: Our social media guy Kyle asked you guys, “What is the most disgusting thing you witnessed a fellow service member do?” and my God… you nasty, nasty little worms… Your answers made us throw up in our mouths a little bit, but we can't wait to share them.ROUND 3: There was geolocation Drrrr-RAMA after a Lance Corporal's cell phone gave away the position of his entire Marine unit during an op. Nobody wants to be that guy. ROUND 4: It was good vibes all around when103-year-old WWII veteran, Peter Fantasia, finally received his combat medals a whopping 75 years after his heroic actions as a medic on the front lines of France. Peter Fantasia, that's music to our ears. (lololol)ROUND 5: Courage is not the absence of fear but rather moving forward despite fear. Does the ZBT squad have the courage to take on a challenge the likes of which have never been seen? We shall see in round 5.
President Trump is just the fourth president to face impeachment proceedings. In 2016, The Post’s Presidential podcast examined the three presidents in that category before Trump. Here are their stories, beginning with Andrew Johnson.
Joining me for this week’s podcast is Hussain Abdul-Hussain. Hussain is the bureau chief for the Kuwaiti Daily and has been a journalist covering the middle east for over 20 years. His childhood was spent between Iraq and Lebanon. I first took notice of Hussain when he countered the narrative of the mainstream media in the immediate aftermath of the Soleimani killing by translating the Arabic news reports coming out of Iraq.
We discussed the killing of Soleimani, the Iranian nuclear deal, the misrepresentation by the mainstream media, and many other topics. Enjoy.
4:12-The initial reaction to the killing of Soleimani
7:47-Misrepresentations by the mainstream media
22:20-The people of Iran are countering the pro-Iranian government propaganda pushed by western media by large scale protest
26:50-Soleimani was not an official in a foreign government
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