I'm not sure. He was saying when the AUMF ends, and I want it to end, I do have another way of justifying all these things. GREGORY JOHNSEN: That the president is authorized to use all necessary and appropriate force ... JAD: Which is what you heard. Did they decide not to? Like, somehow I missed that day in school or something. BARBARA LEE: ... and very confused. Voinovich.]. You mean, we can't shoot everybody or anybody. What about the other groups?". ], [ARCHIVE CLIP, DoD Official: Senator, I'm not sure there's a list per se. And that's the crazy part. ", [ARCHIVE CLIP, Angus King: Gentlemen, I've only been here five months, but this is the most astounding and most astoundingly disturbing hearing that I've been to since I've been here. And it seems to be less about the groups as a whole and more about individuals within the group. Speaking of the president, eventually President Bush takes the podium. JAD: The last time Congress passed one of these things. far out, man. Our staff includes Ellen Horne, Soren Wheeler ...], Andy Mills and Kelsey Padgett. Compress Word files online for free, reduce file size of DOC/DOCX/DOCM documents online, compress Microsoft Word files online, free DOC compressor. Really troubling. And the fascinating thing, although maybe it won't come as much of a surprise, is that the people he's making this pitch to are not generals, but ... That is just a basic fact of modern warfare says John Bellinger. GREGORY JOHNSEN: So okay, how close does the link to Al-Qaeda and the people who carried out September 11th have to be? That's a wrap. GREGORY JOHNSEN: But the second speaker ... JAD: A Reverend by the name of Nathan Baxter. One that is filled with sorrow for the families and the loved ones who were killed and injured this week. The last time Congress passed one of these things. JAD: This madness that is basically the world we live in. And so for 30 minutes she's in the cathedral. It's the 2001 authorization to use military force. BARBARA LEE: That was really hard. BEN WITTES: He sees himself as a person who came in to a country fighting two wars, and he brought them all to an end. It doesn't mention detention. Literally hundreds of people. And he -- he sees it the way I see it, because I really wasn't sure what he was saying because -- you know, I really wasn't sure. There's nothing you do. He told us about these meetings. JAD: And Senator Kaine told us that one of the most hair-raising moments for him was when one of his fellow Senators, Lindsey Graham, asked one of the Department of Defense officials ... [ARCHIVE CLIP, Lindsey Graham: Do you agree with me the war against radical Islam or terror, whatever description you'd like to provide will go on after the second term of President Obama?]. Just three days removed from these events, Americans do not yet have the distance of history. Has the House vote -- okay, the House has just now finished that vote, and we see one No vote.]. JAD: Okay, so that's detention. And the signal that is sent to the White House was, you will be taking military action, even though the top lawyer of the State Department said that this would be an illegal action. Flanagan grabs the text. And now a DoD official is saying add on 10 or 20 years? I said, "I think I'm gonna go." It is a kind of a crazy expansion of what I had thought the parameters of our legal fight against terrorism looked like. You just had to go back 50 years ... My fellow Americans, as President and Commander-In-Chief ...]. JAD: Not in an emergency. ], Would you -- would you give us that list? Think of the bigger picture.". JAD: So that one word, force, that is how you justify Guantanamo Bay. Microsoft Word templates are ready to use if you’re short on time and just need a fillable outline for a flyer, calendar, or brochure. [ARCHIVE CLIP, DoD Official: Against Al-Qaeda and associated forces.]. Wait. Essentially to knock them out of the battle in other ways. This was -- this was a very heated meeting. ROBERT: And whatever other kind of sected you could do. So I went to the NAACP. Like a ... JAD: No, I'm referring to a general sense that somehow, like, Oz is out there behind the curtain pulling levers and I'm just always going to be stuck on this side, you know? How -- how are we detaining people for so long? This tool is useful when writing essays at university to determine how many pages you are required to write. more information about Sloan at www.sloan.org.]. The expression it’s snowing down south wasn’t about some rare climate event. It sounds very much tethered to 9/11, right? DANIEL KLAIDMAN: They call them baseball cards. I said, "Who -- what are the list of associated forces? Both bread and dough were commonly used to refer to money in the ‘60s. Now deterrence is not a imminent threat issue, right? Blue Lives Matter . That's exactly right. Where he seems to say basically, it's time. HAROLD KOH: Because it means that we're not just shooting away at people willy-nilly or because we're angry at them or anything. "Be there or be square" is now most likely something you only hear your grandparents say. Okay so we -- I'm gonna cut in here. Or 50 times yes and 50 times no? For Koh, if they were just participants in a civil war you couldn't target them, but if they were targeting Westerners or Western interests then yes. Broken chairs, smashed tables and the sounds of pain as rescuers search for the living and the dead.]. Giving him the power to quote, "Take all necessary measures to repel any armed attack against the forces of the United States, and to prevent further aggression. And the words 'detention' are never mentioned. And how did they come to mean what they mean? That was an important issue. And then I don't know what it was, it may have been the spirit moving me, I don't know. It was signed into law on September 18, 2001. This is David from Berlin. ROBERT: All necessary and appropriate force. Our collection has enough free word games and daily word search games to keep you busy for hours. And whatever you think of her vote, whether you think it was the right thing to do or the wrong thing to do, what is interesting to me is that as we're sitting here looking back on 12 years of war, she was sitting there 12 years ago looking forward. The story is based on a -- an article that Gregory wrote about the 60 simple words that have really defined American counterterrorism for more than a decade. Thinking about the families and those who were killed. JAD: And since she wasn't sure how she was gonna vote, she planned to skip the memorial service. ], [BEN WITTES: My name is Benjamin Wittes. And so ... JAD: We got Benjamin Wittes back on the line to give us his take. And you can say you've ended the war. JAD: And Gregory says the senators called a couple of Defense Department officials to answer questions. [GREGORY JOHNSEN: This is Gregory Johnsen. Is it the administration's position that ...]. Then you need to have the right qualifications and experience. And so at 10:16 am, September 14, 2001 ... [ARCHIVE CLIP, Tom Daschle: Senate will come to order.]. Giving him the power to quote, "Take all necessary measures to repel any armed attack against the forces of the United States, and to prevent further aggression. Collaborate for free with online versions of Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and OneNote. Well ... nobody minus one. Random Word Games. People were nodding. GREGORY JOHNSEN: All of these friends are coming up to her and saying, "You've got to go back. JAD: If you don't think about that too hard, it is crystal clear. [LETTER: You are a blight on American society, a terrorist yourself. Are you happy?]. JAD: He told us that something like one in three people in his state of Virginia are connected to the military. Suleimani and his Quds Force were responsible for the deaths of hundreds of American and coalition service members and the wounding of thousands more." There was a lot of debate going on back and forth. So who is this person? All content on this website, including dictionary, thesaurus, literature, geography, and other reference data is for informational purposes only. Wait. It is also the case that we have started to confront a variety of issues in which the -- even the endlessly stretchy and elastic AUMF does not obviously get you to. “Check that cat; I saw him truckin’ down Venice Beach yesterday, with a super foxy chick on his arm.” Meow. Senator asks specifically, so who's on the list of people we're allowed to kill? TIM KAINE: How long do you think this particular war as declared in this section is going to go on? I want to be unified with the President when the country's under attack. And -- oh, and also thank you to Beth Fertig and the WNYC archives for the 9/11 tape you heard at the top of the hour. Just keep clicking generate—chances are you won't find a repeat! ROBERT: On the other hand, do I want to know as the -- if the United States has determined that I am dangerous to it, if it announces then that would give me a certain amount of notice, which I may -- perhaps would be disadvantageous to the United States. But you know, I'm also troubled by another thing. JAD: So they kicked it back to the White House. Yeah. To be perfectly honest with you, I said some prayers for my friend. (Same idea, different part of the body.). Now at that moment, Barbara Lee ... She hadn't decided how it is that she was gonna vote. JAD: Just after the vote, Barbara Lee says she was in the cloak room again, and she starts getting accosted by colleagues. But, it caught on big in the ‘60s, becoming part of everyday street lingo. All necessary and appropriate force. Down Pennsylvania Avenue. JAD: Boom. Flanagan took out those words, and now they had this new draft. ROBERT: Well, we're a representative democracy as you just said. To play, you must race against the clock, forming as many words as possible to advance through the levels and rack up points. How do the events unfold? And nobody saw it coming. In fact, two of the people who I quote in my book used exactly the same metaphor to describe that sense of momentum that was very difficult to resist. ], Hi, it's John Bellinger at Arnold & Porter calling. So we asked him like, if lawyers are now the ones deciding who we are at war with and who we aren't, how do you do it? [NEWS CLIP: We know it's a Democrat. And that that force is both necessary and it's appropriate. We're shocked. Calling back to advisors, to friends in California. It doesn't mention drone strikes against American citizens. So if you take Dan Klaidman's account of Harold Koh's criteria as representative, and we personally have no way of verifying it, but if you take that as the norm then maybe there is a strong vetting process in place. JAD: Well, just who signed off on this, you know? But how -- how do you -- how do you do that? It is Friday. ROBERT: And that's why this whole subject is so unsettling. Threads has a lot of definitions, including "a fiber used for sewing." Congress gave us this authority in August, 1964, to do whatever may be necessary. 1991, Iraq. Check out Gregory's piece. Museum examples of 60-bit CDC machines exist. Share this on Facebook (Opens in a new window), Share this on Twitter (Opens in a new window). JAD: It sounds like a sort of the legal version of a Choose Your Own Adventure in a way. For some reason he says, they always refer to the targets by the name of American cities. God bless you. Or is it only three links? Who it is that the United States is technically at war with? In fact, he belonged to a faction of Al-Shabaab ... DANIEL KLAIDMAN: That was arguing against attacking the United States and other Western interests. BARBARA LEE: This was the right thing to do. Nonetheless, President Johnson wanted to strike back, so he asked Congress ... [ARCHIVE CLIP, Lyndon B. Johnson: ... to pass a resolution. GREGORY JOHNSEN: Man by the name of Timothy Flanagan. GREGORY JOHNSEN: And then as soon as President Bush steps down, everyone in the congregation stands up. And so I found the statement pretty confusing, to be honest. The Executive hordes war powers. In a time of dramatically shifting social and political mores, clashes between law enforcement and frustrated, fearful young demonstrators were nearly a daily occurrence. We'll figure that out in a moment or so.]. JAD: Going all the way back to when she was 15 in high school in San Fernando Valley. But common sense tells you that these are different kind of enemy, not a state or a government. Are you referring to something specific? Now deterrence is not a imminent threat issue, right? And then you don't have to go to Congress at all. [NEWS CLIP: This is not confirmed yet, but it could very well have been a U.S. predator drone strike. I served for over 27 years in the U.S. House of Representatives. As a member of the clergy so eloquently said, "As we act, let us not become the evil that we deplore."]. JAD: Meaning they could be easily replaced. JAD: Because they wanted to know, like, now that we're 12 years into this war, how are you using this document? How -- like, because you read the thing and you don't see any mention of Guantanamo Bay in those 60 words. Or ... DANIEL KLAIDMAN: Yes. Does this have anything to do with September 11th anymore? Celebrating a 60th birthday is a huge milestone, and a 60th birthday speech should reflect that. The Authorization to Use Military Force Act has ... What happens at military commissions at the ...]. He really has no idea, so he goes back to the last time that the US did this. They just sort of -- they make war in a different way. [ARCHIVE CLIP, Reverend Nathan Baxter: When ancient Israel suffered the excruciating pain and tragedy of militant aggression and destruction ...]. And it's well understood by people who understand this kind of stuff that in the Constitution and also in international law, the President is allowed to act unilaterally in self-defense when there is an imminent threat. [ARCHIVE CLIP, DoD Official: Senator, in my judgment this is gonna go on for quite a while and yes, beyond the second term of the President. JAD: She got them to pressure the school to change the rules. JOHN BELLINGER: That's my congressional testimony voice. Then the next sentence is, "He had orchestrated attacks on coalition bases in Iraq over the last several months, including the attack on December 27th culminating in the death and wounding of additional American and Iraqi personnel. JOHN BELLINGER: They have not wanted to provide a public list because they ... JOHN BELLINGER: One, the groups move all the time. GREGORY JOHNSEN: He does a quick sort of search on his computer. There's no going back to the drawing board. You will always be family.". So now we're talking about contemporary activity. Members, individual members -- and Senator Tim Kaine deserves a real shout out here -- have tried to assert a kind of principled limits on allowing this drift to take place, but the actual posture institutionally of Congress is it doesn't push back against these theories, it doesn't clarify the law. GREGORY JOHNSEN: Absolutely. BARBARA LEE: I said, "I think I'm gonna go." JAD: For Koh, if they were just participants in a civil war you couldn't target them, but if they were targeting Westerners or Western interests then yes. Again, this was originally broadcast in 2014, but it -- it seems to really speak to what's happening right now. A term purloined from early American blues (Blind Boy Fuller sang, “Truckin’ My Blues Away” in the 1930s), truckin’ throughout the late ‘60s and early ’70s meant "to walk, or strut, with a certain goal or focus; the opposite of wandering aimlessly.". Does it ever come up? JAD: Many people now argue that one of these attacks never even happened. For example ... For Koh, if you're gonna target a guy, he has to be a senior member of a group like Al-Qaeda. JAD: 1964, LBJ announces that two American ships ... [ARCHIVE CLIP, Lyndon B. Johnson: Two US destroyers ...]. It's on BuzzFeed as well. The word bummer comes from the German bummler, meaning “loafer,” as in a lazy person. DANIEL KLAIDMAN: Another criteria was whether they were externally-oriented. Well, it's called the authorization for the use of military force. And by the way, it's really well-lawyered, is he announces a set of rules going forward for drone strikes. Who's in the room? I'm about to read to you the text of your credits. One lawyer who was in the Bush Administration said, "Look, this sentence is like a Christmas tree. They're not all negative, but most are. JAD: A general might say, "Target is in Yemen. Good morning, everybody. JAD: Now we should note that Barbara Lee is still a Congresswoman. ROBERT: So when you read those -- those -- all those words, it did not include the phrase ... GREGORY JOHNSEN: Associated forces is nowhere in the text. Now, I have agonized over this vote, but I came to grips with it today. Hippies protested against the Vietnam war, so a chrome-dome was a derogatory term for servicemen. 60 words. JAD: According to the Wall Street Journal, the Pentagon was careful not to say imminent in its statement about the killing of Suleimani. Hey, it's Jad. Computers designed with 60-bit words are quite rare with Control Data Corporation (CDC) being perhaps one of the few or perhaps only manufacturer to use this size. God bless you. JAD: Now it is the broad language of that document, most people believe, that opened the door to the worst part of the Vietnam War. Well, one of the things that became clear to me as I was reporting on this story was that many of the people who are making these decisions had never been elected by anyone to any position, and they were the ones who are making the decision, not the elected representative. It started in the Bush Administration. And according to Dan Klaidman, at this moment in intelligence circles, there was a debate raging as to whether Al-Shabaab should or should not be considered an associated force. The assassination, if you want to call it that, people debate whether you should call it that, it seems pretty clear to me that's what it was, that has set off a chain of events that we have no idea where it's gonna lead. Or 50 times yes and 50 times no? So if you take Dan Klaidman's account of Harold Koh's criteria as representative, and we personally have no way of verifying it, but if you take that as the norm then maybe there is a strong vetting process in place. The terms seem to come from the phrase bum rap, meaning "treated or punished unfairly," and bum deal, or "an agreement or situation that isn’t good." Knowing the word count of a text can be important. This is a collaboration with BuzzFeed and reporter Gregory Johnsen. He didn't say which way I should vote. What do you believe in?]. This is not confirmed yet, but it could very well have been a U.S. predator drone strike. I'm gonna play it for you as we originally put it out, and then on the back end we'll talk a little bit about how this all relates to the current situation that's unfolding. [NEWS CLIP: Broken chairs, smashed tables and the sounds of pain as rescuers search for the living and the dead.]. People were nodding. JAD: And it turns out we all did, because it was in that document. GREGORY JOHNSEN: And she became the first Black cheerleader at her high school. JAD: Which made us wonder, like, all right, if we don't have any idea who we're at war with, and the Senate Armed Services Committee doesn't seem to have any idea, then who does? It appears that dough was used to imply “money” as far back as the 1800s though. Another plane just hit! Her heart is saying one thing. From the old French establissement, meaning “an act or process of establishing,” the use of the capitalized word Establishment in conjunction with the is now commonly used to describe the entrenched ruling class. It's September 30th, 2011. [ARCHIVE CLIP, Tom Daschle: No Senator voted in the negative.]. JAD: According to Gregory, that early draft had a few extra lines in it. The thing we have to keep in mind when we're talking about this, is all of this was done within 72 hours after the worst terrorist attack in United States history. So it's a little bit of Choose Your Own Adventure, but it's also perhaps more importantly, it's we need all the adventures in order to -- because if you just rely on the self-defense and troop defense thing then the question becomes well, what are the troops even doing there, right? There's no going back to the drawing board. 1. If you weren't punching a time clock and living by the Establishment's rules, you were free to be mellow and at ease—or maybe you just bogarted the joint again. JAD: For some reason he says, they always refer to the targets by the name of American cities. This was a meeting between the top lawyer at the Defense Department, a man named Jeh Johnson, and the top lawyer at the State Department who was then ... And according to Dan's sources, Harold Koh and Jeh Johnson were faced with determining the fate of a 40-year-old man, roughly 40, named ... Sheikh Mukhtar Robow. He doesn't have to go to Congress and say, "Hey, do I have authorization to use force?". So we asked him like, if lawyers are now the ones deciding who we are at war with and who we aren't, how do you do it? . It's -- it's -- lives depend on which way the decision goes. Now we should note that Barbara Lee is still a Congresswoman. 15 members of a wedding procession were killed by a US ...], If you're like me and you find yourself flipping through the channels, see the news, basically ignoring it. ], [ARCHIVE CLIP, Barack Obama: A just war.]. BARBARA LEE: That evil that we deplore. 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