35 Burst results for "Al Green"

"al green" Discussed on Houston Matters

Houston Matters

03:06 min | 2 months ago

"al green" Discussed on Houston Matters

"You're obviously a skilled opera singer. John On the voice you off your ability to perform a variety of styles of music. And i'm just wondering if you have a favorite among opera. You mentioned jazz gospel others you know what for me. The joy is doing the work so whatever it is that i'm thinking i just saw madly in love with it So i don't have a favorite. I just liked the saying. You know that. That's always been who i've been at the kid you know i just love i mean really. I love hanging because for me. It's the it's the place where when i was being made fun of kid. It's the place where found safety it thing that that brought me joy and happiness and it's also something that i know give other people joy and happiness so i love to thing no matter what genre is i think it would be A natural part of means to gravitate toward the gospel and jazz. Because that's what i grew up with and then the classical idiom that i learned was a part of my later teenage years and in college and things like that but i love it jeff for pain so whatever it is that i'm thinking i'm completely as to render to the music and i make myself completely available to combat it makes itself available to me and then I think it with as much joy like man so that hopefully whenever i'm thinking that joy and love comes across to other people and more importantly than that my prayer before i always think that somehow that music that i'm thinking we'll save someone. One l related continue to meet today. John holiday native of rosenberg professional counter tenor opera singer and just got all the way to the finals. Latest season of the voice. John thanks for talking with us It is absolutely my pleasure. I'm happy to have it within. Like fed rosenberg and houston. I'm so proud to.

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"al green" Discussed on Houston Matters

Houston Matters

04:55 min | 2 months ago

"al green" Discussed on Houston Matters

"Health treatment. Center dr garcia. Thanks for talking with us. Thank you for having still to come. A conversation with rosenberg. Native counter tenor and finalist from the voice john holiday. Stay with us. Houston matters continues..

"al green" Discussed on Houston Matters

Houston Matters

01:40 min | 2 months ago

"al green" Discussed on Houston Matters

"Some questions for the congressman. This time really is for you. So i hope you'll take advantage of it and call us at seven one. Three four four zero eight thousand eight seventy you can email your questions to talk at houston matters dot. Org can also post questions on twitter. Where at houston matters. And while we're setting a couple of folks up on the line congressman on on monday Congress passed a bipartisan. Nine hundred billion dollar covid nineteen relief bill which includes an up to six hundred dollar check for many americans some aid for small businesses and money to purchase and distribute vaccines. Are you pleased with the final makeup of the bill. Pleased in one sense but not in another pleased that we were able to get some help but this is not all the help is needed before i go in front of. Just say that i. I wanna sympathize and show some empathy for.

Rep. Al Green on George Floyd and Ahmaud Arbery

Phil's Gang

00:27 sec | 9 months ago

Rep. Al Green on George Floyd and Ahmaud Arbery

"One member of the house responded to the headlines in Minnesota Texas Democrat congressman Al Green spoke on the house floor about George Floyd an African American man who died after Minneapolis police officer pinned to the ground by kneeling on his neck congressman green also spoke about the recent killing of another black man what armory by two white men while he was out jogging in Georgia representative green says members of Congress have a responsibility to protect the rights of all Americans he said Congress declared war on poverty in a war on drugs was the time to declare war on

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2020 State of the Union Address

John Batchelor

04:31 min | 1 year ago

2020 State of the Union Address

"And welcome to live coverage of president trump state of the union address I'm Evan handing along with White House correspondent Bob Constantini and Capitol Hill correspondent Linda Kenya and Bob this is an address being given by an impeach president expected to be acquitted tomorrow he's heading into an election he faces a sharply divided electorate and Congress and apparently trump made some surprising remarks to news people a private lunch this afternoon any indication as to how Donald Trump is going to address some of the issues before him tonight well certainly of what we're going to have according to the excerpts from the White House that have been released the president will open up with comments about what he's calling the great American comeback Evan and shattering the mentality of decline Phil takes waves that president Obama with us some statistics talk up trade agreements fossil fuel energy production and spending over two trillion dollars on the military there will be a tax on socialism sort of a repeat of what we heard from last year more talk of wall building on the border with Mexico and taking action against terrorism in the Middle East and of course first and foremost the president will be playing up of the economy almost no question about that event the plane up to the hilt the exerts have no mention of impeachment and we may not hear that from the president we understand what Linda has for the mood in the chamber several Democrats say they're not even going to attend tonight's speech that's right they say that they do not wish to honor this president's through the house Democrats impeach and the Senate is the most likely as you say going to acquit tomorrow when they voted for clock eastern time there are ten right now and they include al green of Texas Alexander because you're Cortez of New York on a on a Presley Maxine waters Bennie Thompson Bobby rush Steve Cohen Earl Blumenauer Hank Johnson and Federico we Wilson some of these have personally tangled with president trump and have a have no love lost for the president the United States others also boycotted by the way previous state of the union addresses six house Democrats boycotted last year fourteen boycotted in two thousand eighteen so there's a fair number of people today who will not be there for this speech are any of the senators running for the democratic nomination going to miss this so they were up late last night and then took off straight to New Hampshire I have not heard any of them looking to miss tonight's speech but I guess we're about to find out I can see the president is standing in the doorway right now and he's about to walk into the chamber all rights the president is about to enter and we hear the gavel the president of the United States applause and now the handshake you the long trip to the podium where the president change hands in perhaps points to some of the crowd getting a few pats on the back First Lady Milan your truck is applauding she's sitting next to Rush Limbaugh he has been diagnosed with lung cancer president trump says he will give him the presidential medal of freedom within a few months but he is invited to be at tonight's address well yes you can be there tonight publicize Russell involved well the most prominent danced obviously sitting right next to the First Lady of it a deputy chief of the border patrol and the sister of a man found in field in California nine illegal alien will highlight the president's efforts to build more wall along the southern frontier a little and son of an Army fighter killed by a roadside bomb in your walk with the the White House in the technology for that bomb supplied the militants buy can seem silly money the Iranian general order this estimated by president trump Wally log in to your old Ellie Snyder from Kansas city will be with her mom to highlight her story of being born just be on twenty one with a station in living at the night of course to pro life voters we also have been told the Venezuelan opposition leader one why Joe is going to be there tonight and another of Venezuelan mayor

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Senate silent as House Democrats spend hours outlining impeachment arguments

Houston's Morning News

01:51 min | 1 year ago

Senate silent as House Democrats spend hours outlining impeachment arguments

"The Senate listening to the opening arguments from the house impeachment managers the Democrats on the second day of president trump's impeachment trial now some of those managers urge senators to call witnesses like the former national security adviser to the president John Bolton and the director of the office of management and budget Mick Mulvaney president trump's impeachment attorney Jay Sekulow told the special report with Bret Baier he's not convinced that more witnesses are necessary but he's going to leave it up to the senators to decide I'm not concerned about it because I know the facts and I know the long we have a great team and we're ready to proceed in any way it goes I don't believe that'll get to witnesses that's gonna be the Senate's decision now the house offered up to impeachment articles against president trop none of which neither of which is a crime and now they're arguing that senators must remove him from office because his actions are a threat to national security we've had three Americans he's the third to be impeached in our history but there are worries now that impeachment could become weaponized age your age is because owners live with that and that you could have revenge impeaches because of the way this one was done national tea party co founder Michael Johnson is the dems are the opposite of what they preached back in nineteen ninety nine Andy pointed peach from process he said this should never be a process that is used without bipartisan support he says once this impeachment fails there might be another attempt to remove trump from office as a long shot green for removing the president but also a sure fire means of distracting the country and still in the legislative agenda remember using cogs in al green said last month they could impeach trump as many times as they want till they get voted

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"al green" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

12:38 min | 1 year ago

"al green" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"The south side to eighty five east bound as you travel between eighty five and seventy five just getting a bit sluggish on the approach to seventy five looking good on seventy five north leading downtown I will gather on his neck thirteen eighty W. A. okay we keep it real with al Sharpton on news and talk thirteen eighty W. A. okay congressman Al Green I appreciate your many years of five people understand the risks that you have to take to take the stand that you do well blazing that was the build up a better community thanks keeps the referee your whole the Rev al Sharpton and we back one eight seven seven five three two five seven nine seven Jennifer Jones Austin is our co host as we deal with the impeachment as we deal with the trial as we deal with the interview that was a blockbuster last night on Rachel Maddow show by an associate associate indicted associate of Rudy guiliani the president truck personal lawyer by less by lab part is and as we deal with the twenty two elections don't forget watch politics nation with al shop to Saturdays and Sundays five PM eastern time got a lot of people that would go really dig deep and all of this as well as his doctor king worried weekend we go do you give to what doctor king really was about and of course of talking about that Saturday morning of the at the house of justice national action network if you're in the New York area nine AM to eleven AM hundred and forty fifth athletics if you're not in the New York area then you can watch a live what impact television and then on Sunday at you that in the Atlanta area I'll be preaching at nine thirty a new birth for Reverend Jamal Bryant meet me at new birth special service around back to king and of a service of our worship then on Monday a lot of the king day we start in Washington national action network without annual breakfast Bill Clinton and John P. A. R. Corinne John Pierre will be of their speaking and media mobile cat the you gently you coming down yeah and then in the afternoon we at the house of justice in New York in Harlem one king bed then don't forget that evening eight PM eastern time watch urban one on those are where they celebrate forty years of radio one and you won't want to miss this among their performance is Jamie Foxx MOB and sat Alby shore Missy Elliott of Anita Baker brandy and chance the rapper is going to give me the represent leadership award that's on TV one on Q. right so a lot happened it any let me ask you a lot of calls going to phone but what actually as quickly how did you assess the debate the other night and what do you take aways at this point in the twenty twenty election our our I said before you came on that you guys you know I was there and I was a little all underwhelmed by the low flat twenty flat and I was disappointed no one really dug into issues like hate crimes increase the racial disparities in education and wealth gap a lot of issues that was miss and and and I'm not just saying it from a black for a few days it increase in aircraft all absolutely and none of that was discussed of both your take on it yeah I thought it was pretty flat and I kept on thinking to myself is it does it feel flat because we now have debate fatigue that you know we've been sitting and watching the very same people you know talk about these issues and it's not like they're really delving substantively into issues that really matter and mean for we know where they stand already on healthcare we know where they stand on immigration so it just it feels like it's it's it's enough already in maybe we just anxious and we want to get on and we want to get to New Hampshire we wanna get Iowa ill they say that Warren didn't hurt herself that she came out polling better afterward I really don't know though if last the last debate is going to make a real difference yeah because on the overall pulling it looks like she's drop some with respect to New Hampshire and two I was not in the lead so I don't really know what these debates now doing in terms of when that they're making a difference in what happens at the polls in the next in in the next three weeks and then I guess we'll have a few after that we're gonna have like yeah it'll be I would then we just laughed as New Hampshire answer then divided then South Carolina then you're going to see I'm gonna have a few debates in between I think you have to debate some that were set up maybe it'll be interesting to see after the after we have the New Hampshire and Iowa if people see where they fall to see when the people get the more mo Jo and they come in and they start talking you know I want to do that as well and that way in the base obviously in two thousand four and I agree with you one question is are we getting debate fatigue but the other thing I watch is one that had been up on that stage is all the candidates given the made for TV because it didn't seem like the energy right and you know like you got to prepare for every of now do they and it seemed like they will more trying to just not make a mistake apps I think I said all morning Joe to mourn after dad they didn't mess up but they did move up either yeah and I think that that's a lot of what you've got to use every form for is there may be but I didn't see before you guys have state case that just get black hope hope I don't mess up absolutely my Daddy's they may tell me all the time whenever you get the Mike you better make sure you have some to say absolutely absolutely let's go to Chicago W. V. O. into Pam Pam Reverend Sharpton yellow turn you off just want to say to you both and I guess I've been missing my mark a little bit rampant shark in because I know I usually will state that we need to support man our rainfall courage and any other organization that is out there trying to address both bodies you both Christian and so I just wanna make sure that we really stay on top of that in support not only with our athletes the with our money because I know that thank you for that thank you absolutely absolutely and I'm the one that is available I'm not trying to tell anyone anything that I don't know myself are also with shrunk wavering Sharpton intern arson isn't it interesting when I guess what is your last chance came out with his revelation right I heard the pundits are to say well he's not credible I can only believe it may be just trying to plea deal well it's charm credible an indicted co conspirator pathological liar exam I did means well over fifteen thousand times he credible and I just wish that and I know it's too much but I I appreciate you but I wish the president would bring some of that to the table Donald Trump is an incredible individual so why not returning any really add up when you look at the evidence at all of the other testimony also I wanted to ask you this having stated that the Democratic Party as safe as we have some of this hi let's take the hold hi all right let's do that I'm concerned where we shop in that we don't have any diversity we don't have any black candidate and I did it for Mason emails from the Democratic Party so one came from Karan and it said we can't change the route mid stream because when you know the candidates you can set you know so we can't change the rules however we know that if there were sadistic black candidates in that debate then they would change the rules they would change the rules get some diversity some wide diversity so I I do whatever you need to do do it with the candidates I'm trying to listen to the policy and I'm trying to look at the agent but what I do know is there I cannot have a Republican in office and I want ever Republican that is holy office out the Republican Party is asset they've turned into another monster and when trump is long gone we still going to have to deal with them and cycles issue and so I'm standing for let's just keep all the Republicans out at this point because we can't go back what what is happening and as we talk about here in Chicago dance appoint there are people talking about reparations and they'd come on and they criticize the Democratic Party lance Linsell however these individuals are part of the Republican Party they don't have the same criticism for their Republican Party at all related to reparations at all home thanks for reparations with being the all party and raid to the Democratic Party they don't want it independent Republicans they have one and in between the Democrats yeah well you know I am raises a good point going to whip them up because there is very interesting that you get a segment that will condemn the Democrats and a lot is there to condemn I condemn it and and then ran to say that they would not do it said they but then they say that's why I'm a Republic all of the don't say it but you re certified their Republican because how can you play say the the the the asset to being stabbed is the shoot yourself let me is even worse right so you're not taking a principled position you are really representing disruption it has been established right I want to say it twice established that a lot of the Republicans and right wing and rush is using a lot of social media and problem radio to try and divide and Tampa down the ladder black support yes good elections would missive obeys that people call them that that that doubt about this that I'm that I'm not dead and is it all that matters so beware of where you listen to criticism absolutely and we got a member that some people choose to be misinformed they'd rather be misinformed and engage in really get the email get the truth there and and and and Pam is absolutely right about that thank you for your call pain thank dead wood in Maryland W. O. L. B. home home of senator Larry young yet what I'm coming to you lex cover everybody on the board one eight seven seven five three two five seven nine seven Jennifer Joe Dawson al shop keeper rail be rather.

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"al green" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

09:17 min | 1 year ago

"al green" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"The president's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani's also admitted he asked Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden and while the United States is putting pressure on the president to do this corrupt thing for president trump what hangs in the balance hundreds of millions of dollars for military aid which which Ukrainians need to keep Russians at bay two hundred and fifty million dollars of which they expected the rest an additional one hundred and forty million dollars being kind of cherry on top who is not really really well explained on Wednesday all this will be before or is president trump will be meeting with the man that he apparently pressured in that abuse of power which is why we can expect back trump with the Ukrainian president right there beside him to just say in front of the cameras. You should really investigate Joe Biden kind of like he did in front of the cameras the last time around Russia. If you're listening I hope you're able to find the thirty thousand emails that are missing testify before Congress that his report did not exonerate the president trump claimed it did even said it was a great day for me and the very next day in the midst of a perception that maybe just gotten away with the trump gets on the phone with Ukraine's president and apparently repeatedly pressing move estimate Joe Biden solve the problem for Democrats is how you bind the behavior of this guy who seems utterly really confident that he can get away with anything trump's doing this kind of thing now trying to uncover dirt or manufactured on a political opponent with the election year more than a year away. What's what's he going to be willing to do. In September two thousand twenty WanNa bring a Michelle Goldberg calmness in your time was a new piece out today titled Nancy Pelosi's failure launch from a congresswoman Elizabeth Holtzman whose his book is called the case for impeaching trump political analyst David Jolly for Republican Congressman from Florida who has since left the party Michaud. This feels is qualitatively different than things have come before. Why what do you think well I think because you know even people who have been very resistant to impeachment so far are starting link to find Nancy Pelosi position untenable so until now there's been a couple of different lines from people who want to avoid impeachment. They've either said that that we have to protect the frontline members right that this isn't that without the making them pay this but will endanger them that changes when those frontline members themselves start coming out for impeachment and then there's been this argument that you'll sometimes hear from. Pelosi allies that this has to be bipartisan and I think that that has created such anger are among the grassroots base that built the blue wave right that they put Pelosi in power and now she's basically giving a criminal syndicate veto oh power over whether it's boss gets indicted although it is the case to speak to your experience right I mean bipartisanship was a real accession of the judiciary. Committee is he's a real concern and it wasn't a bipartisan vote coming out of the committee and the fact that was bipartisan coming out of committee really did mean something yes but it didn't start out being bipartisan right because there were no republicans when we started who announced for impeachment. Howard Baker wasn't for impeachment or didn't think Nixon was involved in the in the cover up until the Senate Watergate hearings took place the difference today was the Democrats or some of the Democrats is that they think that they can't go forward award until everything is done in other words. They had to have the end of the story before they get started. They don't believe in a process that will persuade the Democrats Democrats that will persuade some Republicans and that will persuade the American people but I believe that can be done has to be done years persuasion possible honestly. I'm how watching the reaction to this and I'm thinking to myself like no. This seems so clear and I'm watching people spend it away people that I think are you know rather smart sophisticated folks in apart because Donald Trump has had basically licensed to completely control the narrative for the past four or five days because we have not seen that moment where democratic leadership you know I suggested today hold the prime time press conference and explain why this is an impeachable moment but also let's be honest Democrats. You are never going to convince Republicans to vote to impeach Donald Trump. That's not happening. You have to choose your course based on your own convictions the other sort of argue on the other side of this because I think it's worth arguing it out. You know we heard Al Green and we heard other people say look. It's not about politics about principle and I I respect that even Carson Castro said that but it also Baltics everything but also the politics right but the idea that like if you interviewed those forty frontline members or if you interview the Thirteen Democrats who are in if I'm not mistaken McCain Romney trump seats okay so those are real. Republican seats they don't want to vote on impeachment and I think it's worth noting that maybe they're correct about their own political fortunes and that making them do so would you'd tangibly materially harm the chances of the Democrats retaining so first of all some of them are GonNa have to vote on impeachment right. I mean Democrats can get to a majority making all of those. Those members take that vote. Some of them have said that they want to vote for impeachment because they have the same feeling I think about the ethical obligation of this moment in American history but I also think that the idea that this is necessarily agree with you know their seats certainly better than pundit bloviating bloviating television but the idea that you think's political dynamics changes and the idea that months and months of televised hearings into the comprehensive corruption of this extraordinarily hated president is going to somehow help him right. You don't need to persuade the entire country. The people that you need to persuade are the people who disapprove of Donald Trump but are not yet convinced that impeachment of course you don't have to persuade the people you just have to persuade a majority of the the people and that can be done and by the way they're also people who are willing to take risks for principal. I know congressman. Jolly says we're not going to be able to persuade any Republicans. I don't know that it may not be zero so maybe whatever but the point is we had southern. Democrats that we had to persuade on the House Judiciary Committee you had wh- WHOA Wallace's governor Wallace's campaign manager voted for impeachment. That was an act of courage. He didn't know what was going to happen. In his district to congressman man from South Carolina he had no idea what was going to happen so between a good case a solid case and there is a case to be made now. There's there's no question about that and a good presentation and trying to persuade Republicans some of them were persuaded by the fact some by the fairness of the process and some by the people in their district who themselves were persuaded day now so it's not just Fox News. It's not just the Republican Party. It's GonNa the Whole Process Chris you had Democrats lose their seats over voting for the Clinton tax bill because they thought it was the right thing to do. When the house pass Obamacare it was pulling that forty percent yeah it was a right to do and they lost the house over the right thing to do. This is the moment the founders feared. This is the moment the founders feared where a president crosses an impeachable moment. The Secretary of state admits this weekend that the State Department enabled the presence lawyer to do so the director of the budget aged office throws the funding in the midst of this and the Attorney General of the United States is coordinating a cover up of all of that. This is why the house was given the the tool not to punish but to charge the question is should the house charge and for those who say well the Senate won't convict. Would you rather live in a world in which nobody nobody tries to hold the president accountable or at least the house does well and the and the final put go back. Argon their side is the idea that the politics of twenty twenty or separate from the president actions is a little bit blown up by this because if if he can do this and go around the world I mean he's a call it. Mohammed bin Salman and be like hey what what are the Saudis out for me you hack. I mean look the argument against impeachment has essentially been no the only way you remove him is in twenty twenty and that's true but you might need impeachment to at least curtail his CIA twenty twenty because if he feels that he can get away with whatever he wants to do he's going to keep doing it and that's going to affect how the election goes. Michelle Goldberg Elizabeth Holtzman and David Jolly. Thank you all for joining us. That does it for all in you can catch every weeknight at eight o'clock on. MSNBC don't forget to like because on facebook. That's facebook dot com slash all in with Chris. HEY MSNBC listeners. It's me Chuck Rosenberg this week on the oath. I sit down with lead nine eleven the Prosecutor Rob Spencer when needed to treat this as a regular murder case except with nearly three thousand victims rob was the lead prosecutor in the trial of Zachariah Misao the nine eleven conspirator and the only member of al Qaeda ever to be tried in a US courtroom. We're able to give even our avowed enemy who told us at trial that he could he come back and kill every one of us a fair trial join me for that conversation with Lead Nine Eleven Prosecutor Rob Spencer. That's this week on M._S._N._B._C.'s the oath available now wherever you get your podcasts..

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"al green" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"al green" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"I know the GM is responding to China because they are the biggest driver of auto the auto industry right now. I know where the world is heading the direction that at this administration is trying to deny it it is absolutely contrary to reality so GM and other US automakers when they model twenty years from now and they think of hundreds of millions millions of Chinese owners. They don't think those people would be driving fossil fuel combustion engines. They don't and they and they know that right now. They've already invested in the already ready. Have this supplies purchased for cleaner 'cause that a more fuel-efficient just like the Obama administration was requiring of them and they know that if that gets rolled back that their world is tossed up in a way that provides instability to them. They don't want it so as much as this president thanks that all those stuff was really bad for the industries involved. He's not talking to the industries involved. He's just playing some kind of a I told you so game. Everything you did was bad and we're GONNA roll it back with total disregard for what it means for those industries but more importantly would means for you and me and our kids and their future right. I found administrator Gina McCarthy. Thank you so much for being with me. Greet to be Chris. Thanks still to come what Democrats Chris if they don't take action on Bolton President Trump and tonight the thing one thing to starts next thing tonight a cautionary tale for presidential candidates as things heat up on the primary trail there are so many ways things can go things can go wrong at food related campaign events from the awful variety of deep fried things you have to eat to the dangers of being photographed with the corn dog to the actual physical the goal danger of flipping pancakes aw he's fine don't worry that was. Republican candidate Gary Bauer at a New Hampshire Pancake breakfast ahead of the two thousand election but he was not injured most food related campaign mishaps don't actually end ended physical injury but a lot of them do resulting seriously hurt pride which brings us to this weekend's polk county steak fry and that's thing to in sixty seconds the Democratic presidential candidates to I with this weekend for the annual steak fry and the extra fun thing about the steak fries at everyone makes him really grand entrance. Joe Biden came in with a fire truck and marching band his supporters shouting fired up ready for Joe. Cory Booker carried it. I will stay flat as he led in a crowded zone chanting we will rise. Leeann Castro brought along a Mariachi band and showed off some moves a drill team with dancers and drummers lead comma the Harris and her supporters into the FRY senator could resist joining in the fun with them also had a drumline joining her for her entrance and some interesting moves as well now Elizabeth Warren either hand. She was all business here. She is flipping steaks on the grill which of course triggered the soil boys over Breitbart because oh I thought thought dens hate meat for the record burgers were available for the two Vegan Candidates Cory Booker and tells you Gabbard but if you were looking for Yams I think Amy Klobuchar was your only hope nope. My name is only three letters that makes it really easy..

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"al green" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

13:29 min | 1 year ago

"al green" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"Wherever you get your podcasts so were some really interesting reactions. This unfolding story about Donald Trump pressuring foreign country Ukraine to help is election twenty twenty by investigating one of his rivals and those reactions are coming from the Senate side which has by and large more or less largely stayed. They'd mom up until now about the issue of impeachment of course doesn't originate in their out so Senator Bryan Shots Democrat Hawaii tweeted quote. What is impeachment for if not for this? I Senator Chris Murphy Democratic Connecticut tweeted quote if he demanded a foreign government news political bidding that's when he crossed the critical threshold no need to over think this and then there's Senator Senator Elizabeth Warren Democrat of Massachusetts obviously running for president who was already on the record supporting impeachment sending an unmistakable message directly to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi with this tweet it quote after the Motor Report Congress duty to begin impeachment by failing to act Congress is complicit in trump's latest attempt to solicit foreign interference to aid him in US elections do your constitutional duty and impeach the president pretty direct so that's what's going on in the Senate and the House the tally for impeachment for the Democrats one hundred hundred and thirty four before today when Minnesota Democratic Congressman Dean Phillips came out somewhat surprisingly and I'll explain the second in favor of impeachment saying quote if the reports are corroborated robbery did we must pursue articles of impeachment and report them to the full House of Representatives for media consideration another of his Minnesota colleagues Democratic Congresswoman Angie Craig also following suit and I should tell you that both of those Minnesota Democrats they're from swing districts and they are now in favour impeachment is could be the break glass moment but remains to be seen. I mean if the rest of the Democratic Caucus agrees here with me now. Someone who's been an outspoken advocate of impeachment since well before the current news in fact even before the Mola Report Democratic Congressman Algarve Texas assists who's now introduced articles of impeachment against Donald Trump unsuccessfully three times a congressman. What do you make of both this story and whether it constitutes shoots high crimes and misdemeanors and the statements of your democratic colleagues in the wake of well. Thank you so much for having me on Mr Hayes. This is an important story story. I could be the straw that will break the camel's back for a number of people who haven't come on board but as you know a good many people have already decided that we should move in the direction action of impeachment. It's my belief that we're seeing a rerun of what happened with Mr Komi. If you'll recall with Mr Komi the president fired the president went on television national TV prime time and said that he was thinking about that Russia thing at the time he fired Mr Komi so this is nothing a new in the sense that the president does this quite regularly. He's done it with other things and he'll continue to do it with reference to my colleagues. We're at the crossroads accountability. Either we will hold the president accountable a we will be held accountable. There are people who literally believe now that we are aiding and abetting the president not not in the legal sense but in the sense that are inactions allow him to continue his actions his invidious actions. I might add so the public expects something from Congress given this circumstance for those who say that you have to wait on the public. I am so pleased that Rosa Parks didn't take a poll. She wouldn't have taken that seat on that bus. If John Lewis had taken a poll before they crossed the Edmund Pettus Bridge. I'm not sure they would have crossed bloody Sunday and thank God Dr King didn't take take a poll before having the march on Washington the great issues that have to be dealt with are not dealt with based upon polls. They're based upon principles suppose we'll we'll let me ask you this. The the there's a sense right that there's political danger for members of front-line mind districts in moving in some formal sense towards impeachment and I wonder if you think it's significant that those two Minnesota members who are in swing districts who aren't in very safe. It's safe. Democratic seats came out today based on this information. I think you've made a salient point in referencing them. I do do believe that they should be saluted. I commend them for putting principle about politics. What putting the people above our party this is. What has to happen? This is not about Democrats and Republicans. It's about the democracy government of the people by the people for the people and whether we're going to save save our republic they have done the righteous thing not just the right thing but the right to sing it. I commend them and hope that they will continue to encourage others to do so by the yeah I think you'll see more people coming out. The momentum. Now is in the direction of impeachment. I think the president will be impeached and I think that you'll see many more. Come out within within the next week or two so tomorrow. There's going to be a house caucus members only meeting at four. PM Do have anticipation. I think this will be one of the agenda items along with. I think some discussion of trade in the presence efforts to ratify kind of Nafta two point. Oh whether the speaker will put muscle behind that effort deliver that for the president do you anticipate a lot of this could be hashed out in that caucus tomorrow. Is this something strenuous debate about well. I would hope so in this sense. I think we need to have a discussion about what impeachment really is your prior guests. I believe his name was David. He made us an important point when he said that this is political and if we we are going to make this a trial where you have to have guilt beyond a reasonable doubt clear and convincing evidence then we're doing the constitution a disservice the framers didn't didn't intend for us to have to have a criminal offence this misdeeds that we're witnessing and they made it possible for us to impeach the president for his misdeeds when he spoke to the president of Ukraine and he abide by virtue of the circumstances was extorting him. You don't have to have extortion in the legal sets you just have it in the sense of misdeed this political there will be no appeal to the Supreme Court. We don't have to tell anybody why we voted a to impeach. This is all about doing what we would do. If we were the corporate board members of a of a company and the corporate chief executive officer was misbehaving such as to hurt the company the president is hurting the country and we have a duty responsibility obligation to take that to the Senate and let the Senate Act if the Senate doesn't impeach him then those senators will have to answer co Congressman Al Green. Thank you so much time. Thank you next climate activists. Credit Timberg. It shows no mercy in her. UN address it or powerful testimony after this this is all wrong. I shouldn't be up here. I should be back in school on the other side of the ocean yet. You all come to US young people for hope. How dare you you have stolen my dreams in my I childhood with your empty words yet. I one of the lucky ones people are suffering. People are dying sighing entire ecosystems collapsing. We are in the beginning of a mass extinction and all you can talk about is. He's a money of each economic growth. How dare you I was sixteen year old climate activists. Credit Berg chastising relievers today at the kickoff of the UN climate action summit the summit was convened in effort to get nations to commit to more ambitious plans to curb curb greenhouse gases than they had agreed to the Paris climate accord's. There are reports that many possibly all of the world's countries are poised to miss even those Paris emissions targets sometimes sometimes by a wide margin at least those countries have targets the one country the one country on earth that pulled out of Paris is our own with our withdrawal effective different twenty twenty and today when they started it looked like donald trump wasn't even going to bother to show up at the climate summit but in just a tiny nod to the fact that the politics of this issue are changing even trump who advertises his own contempt for concerns about climate change couldn't quite get away with just not showing up no he popped popped into the climate summit for fourteen minutes before leaving for an event focused on religious freed trump was unfortunately not present while Greta was speaking of the Guardian captured this video Israel the visibly unamused Sumberg watching trump today as he approached the cameras in the UN lobby. I'm joined now by the former administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency under Barack Obama Gina McCarthy is now professor at the Harvard Kennedy School Cadaver here if it were not this president this administration at UN climate week but it were another one say Barack Obama or a president who is committed to the basic facts of climate and parents would should the US S. leadership role this week look like and we should be playing a leadership role. It shouldn't be a fourteen minute drop in it should have been that we give the speech that drives the rest of the world to take action on the climate crisis. It should be talking about what I cities and states are doing. It should be talking about what the president of the United States is doing in to lead the way it should talk about why we need to do it for jobs and economy not just for the planet but for the health of communities citizens that's what it would have been an under Barack Obama. There's an argument that you see made now by Republicans increasingly who I think have come to realize it. Outright nihilism is embarrassing political loser to this kind of argument futility which is basically we're twenty percents global emissions and if we do anything. China and India are just GONNA eat lunch and in fact this week they're going to announce whether people are hitting their emissions targets under Paris and most countries. I think all countries are not how do you respond to that cynic to that argument that the Russell world isn't doing their part either. Would it surprise anyone on the know that the United States who was the second leading greenhouse gas amidror in the world is out of the picture to think that other countries may not be stepping up relationship. Oh absolutely I do and I think that under President Obama we knew that we had to take strong domestic action to have the credibility we needed to lead the rest of the world a global solution on climate change which is what is necessary and we took those steps and we were able to go to Paris. We were able to actually lead the world to get a resolution that mattered one that people would stand behind and if the countries of the world taking a pass right now is because the United States is absent and from the discussion and we need to get it back. We need to get it back quickly. You're you're the administrator of the EPA and I wonder both in your role there and in your career afterwards if you have relationships with other folks at had similar kinds of positions in other countries Minister of the environment or environmental administrators and and how oh the view this and how they view their own domestic politics and dealing yeah well his the shortest answer I can give is when I talked to people I always begin with a little bit of an an apology for the United States right now because we're not at the table nevermind leading and then they always say Gina. Everybody has had an administration astray Shen that that they're not particularly behind and maybe not even proud of but don't do it again. That's really really their answer to me. Once is okay twice as a disaster and I think that's a pretty much going theme because we are losing time time. We have about eleven years to really make some serious effort on climate change and we have the students out there begging for us to take action. My favorite sign was if the adults can't do it. We will and that's what they're poking at and we have to step up. Its It's time and this administration clearly is annoying to do at this. This term and it's not going to do any future term so it's up to the folks in the United States to decide who they want to stand behind. One of the things mission is doing is sort of give. Lee Rolling back regulations that reduce emissions. They're trying to get rid of methane. Emissions nations methods powerful greenhouse gas even though it stays the atmosphere for shorter duration than carbon. They're also attempting to block the automakers from voluntary packed with California for increased priest fuel efficiency there now they're suing in court now and they're even threatening sick the Justice Department of the report on this last week how big a deal is this story as it continues to play out well. I think the California thing is a big deal if everybody wasn't a little bit snickering at it because it's absolutely absolutely preposterous. I mean California has a right in the law to do what they're doing and they're doing it. In a way that made four of the biggest car companies join them to protect themselves against this administration's rollback and then the the administration stood up and they proposed their rollback in there wasn't a single automaker acre standing with them. Does this tell you anything. You know what it should tell you is. The world knows we're moving to clean cars..

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"al green" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"al green" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"Tonight on all in Russia if you're listening the president keeps running the same play. If you don't talk about corruption why would you give money. Donald Donald trump admits to using his power to coerce a foreign government into sabotaging his opponent. I think the most serious charge against the president tonight what we we know about what the president has already done and his new pressure builds on leaders in the house we may very well have crossed the Rubicon here. We'll Democrats dare to try and stop Donald Trump. When do we say we hold them accountable and what happened today. When the world convened in New York to address the climate catastrophe we we are in the beginning of a mass extinction and all you can talk about is a money tales of each economic growth. How okay you all in starts right now. Good evening from New York. I'm Chris as when it comes to the president's actions with Ukraine. We don't have all the facts we don't have access to the whistleblower complaint which is still being withheld from Congress and apparent violation law. We don't have the transcript of the phone conversation. President trump have the Ukrainian president even though trump today said quote. I hope you get to see it and I hope you get to see it soon. Take that with a little salt but what is clear now is it. The basic contours are essentially agreed to by all parties including the president the reporting and over time president trump himself acknowledging that in a phone call. Donald trump pressured the head of Ukraine to investigate his political rival Joe Biden with the possibility hanging over his head the US would not release hundreds of millions of dollars in military aid the country says it needs to defend itself against the Russians who have already the invaded all of that has essentially been copter and we've gone through this trajectory before just not in quite as short a timeframe. I the president denies it and the White House and trump. TV called fake news and then Rudy Giuliani gives an interview giving away way more than anyone expects and then we'll behold president trump one caught pivots too so what defense confirming that he talked to the Ukrainian president and he said they talked about quote unquote corruption which of course we all know is is use the same way they talked about adoption with the Russians in two thousand sixteen. That's just a code word for this very specific. Ask us the official instruments of Ukraine's Ukraine's justice system to wound my political rival. President also conceded that the money the US had appropriate to give Ukraine was at issue issue and to make it easy for us. He did all of that in front of cameras earlier this morning Ukrainian president about Joe Biden and his son and you're gonna see because what we are doing. Is We want honesty and if we do with the country we want honesty and I think with the new president you're going to see much more honesty in the Ukraine and that's what we're looking for. We're supporting a country. We want to make sure that countries honest. It's very important to talk about corruption corruptions. If you don't talk about corruption. Why would you give money to a country that you think is is corrupt. One of the reasons the new president got elected as he was going to stop corruption corruption so it's very important that on occasion you speak to somebody about corruption very important so throughout the day all three major parts of the contention right and investigation negation pertaining to Biden or you don't get the money and that is obviously impeachable abuse of power a president unilaterally hijacking American foreign policy and public dollars as a tool for extortion bribery and blackmail a foreign country to get them to sabotage..

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The House delays articles of impeachment against Trump 332 to 95

Joyce Kaufman

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

The House delays articles of impeachment against Trump 332 to 95

"Democrats in the house voting to delay congressman al green's latest push to introduce articles of impeachment against president trump the vote three hundred thirty two two ninety five to table the legislation three of the house Nancy Pelosi happy arguing impeachment would jeopardize swing state Democrats heading into the two thousand twenty

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Dem Rep. Al Green: Impeach Trump For Racist Tweets

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:46 min | 1 year ago

Dem Rep. Al Green: Impeach Trump For Racist Tweets

"Yesterday. An attempt was made to impeach trump congressman Al Green Democrat from Texas filed the resolution as a response wants to trump's boil boldly indeed racist suggestion for U._S.. Congresswoman go back Wednesday came a theme gleefully elaborated upon by chorus of hooting yokels at a trump rally in North Carolina last night now. I'm joined with more on this by U._S.. U._S. affairs analyst Jacob Para Kilos Jacob the thing that may not seem immediately apparent to the passing observer this is of course the Democrats do have a majority in the House of Representatives but the impeachment vote what was lost three hundred and thirty two to ninety five with one hundred and thirty seven hundred thirty seven Democrats voting against why well there's a significant strategic difference of opinion amongst the Democratic House caucus about how to proceed receive impeachment or indeed whether to proceed with impeachment at all this came up very very quickly in direct response to the president's racist tweets and follow up commentary about Ilhan Omar Alexandra Cossio Cortez and other Democratic representatives who are all not coincidentally women of color he basically I think <hes> representative green described this as a vote of conscience. I mean the the normal way to do. If there is such a thing because as you rightly point out impeachment it's very rare in American history but the normal way to do this the process that Nixon was in the middle of what he decided to resign would be to hold hearings to open an impeachment inquiry to sort of move this forward through a long and fairly arduous process rather than just snapping to an impeachment vote because of course the impeachment itself is not the removal from office.

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Trump supporters chant "send her back"

KYW 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Trump supporters chant "send her back"

"President trump brought his attacks on for democratic Congress want women to a campaign rally in North Carolina last night both supporters that they want to demolish the constitution and weak in the military force bonded Natalie brand reports that trump name each member of the so called squad by name Omar president trump names the four freshmen congressmen and one by one attacking each for her comments and ideas and drawing chants from the crowd the president kicked off Israeli by thanking house Democrats for voting down an impeachment effort by Texas Democrat Al Green earlier

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House votes to block a resolution to impeach Trump

Mark Levin

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

House votes to block a resolution to impeach Trump

"President trump took a swipe at an impeachment resolution push by house Democrat Al Green that failed to get the votes needed trump told a rally in North Carolina the resolution how stupid is that corresponding Caitlyn Colin says the president's supporters stand behind him as trump says he has no regrets about his tweets said for democratic freshman congresswoman should go back to their home countries despite the fact they are all

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"al green" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"al green" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"It wasn't what it whenever I hear Al Green I will help you know think of V. Al Green of course that's what you think but there's this representative Al Green and of course listen even if this thing was was taken up I mean the long all odds that he would face ridiculous but just the fact that if it has been tabled over hearing that maybe it's been table for now but this clearly is a very direct challenge to the speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi and the handling of the impeachment issue up until now by policy where she said no we're not getting into that that's pretty much still been the tactic and the ideology of pelo see is we're not dealing with impeachment you know it also would have represented a dilemma for both impeachment supporters and then the rest of the democratic caucus because if there was a vote it would put them on a record in what's likely to be a vote to either kill the resolution or two referring to the house Judiciary Committee so I guess we're gonna follow this now green Al Green Bay and the elderly Al Green he putting a lot of Democrats in a in a very tough position yeah forcing the house is what his hope was to take up the impeachment issue are to take up his drafted the articles of impeachment against the president trump now under house rules which means that the house has to act within a couple of days if this had gone through and you know green is dismissed colts from within his very own party including leadership the stop the nonsense hold off on the resolution it but it looks like this is been awarded for now so yeah this is Stolz an uncomfortable position and optics for Nancy pull she doesn't want this hello he doesn't want this so you for news these articles of impeachment last night arguing that the impeachment should follow the house vote that you know condemn the the president's you know what I go back come and said the the the the room racist tweets which it was not a racist tweet as it's been labeled so Al Green represented from Texas wanted his resolution to follow that and that didn't happen that looks like it's it's not gonna happen today but we'll we'll keep following this so we'll we'll let you know he walks Al Green once articles of impeachment to be voted on you know the for mother even testifies on Capitol Hill and of course the mall or testimony I was supposed to occur today mon was supposed to be on Capitol Hill testifying this very Wednesday that's been pushed off till next week and of course I you know the Democrats the the the trump haters in the party they're hoping they're praying there there hang on to a wing and a prayer that they can each something new out of Moller Moller is said that he's going to stick with what's in the report so there's plenty of the report you know that they've sunk their teeth into I don't know what else but again they're they're champing at the bit they're salivating like Pavlov's dog they're hoping that this will be some new breaking cal good news that there's gonna be some nor revelation they're cling on to this hope that they get to be able to just chat with some new anti trump information out of Robert Muller and it's gonna sink trumpet it's it's not gonna happen I mean it's it's delusion know what they're after here but you know I I I think also that there are plenty of Democrats that are you know realizing that in a mall or is not gonna offer up anything in their silly little dog and pony show that you know they're they're they're banking on there they're planning on so was it if they can't make you know conspiracy or obstruction charges stick I guess the the their their shop in the races charges now hello see I don't know if you knew this but Nancy Pelosi has already stopped about eighty eight zero similar moves by other over zealous members of her democratic caucus you know by you know keeping their resolutions and articles of impeachment off before so you know clearly she would go into overdrive to do the same thing we have Al Green anyway this one is the wrap this up before I grab a couple of calls to wrap it up this morning Nancy Pelosi was asked whether she supported al green's impeachment resolution and she said no does that come as a surprise to you so I mean that she actually said it was a quote and I was in our in some comments this morning that she had presser early this afternoon yes she was respectful of green but said Hey with all due respect to representative green and is as soon as somebody says Hey with all due respect that but you know that it's a it's a smack down and she also said that the resolution on the the ridiculous racist tweet a situation she also commented that you wouldn't believe what some of her democratic members wanted to put into the resolution and I think that that statement that she was cautious and she had a prevent some I guess some really terse language or nastiness from being put into this tweet resolution you know calling the the tweets racist so what she had to keep out I mean to me that speaks volumes I am not just signifies the rift that is going on inside the caucus verses you know rank and file versus some of the the leadership and what they want so big rift in the caucus even though they vice somewhat unified and and call a laugh after the the trump but tweeting situation right so it looks like Al Green is tabled for now we'll follow it as to any new confirmation for many a top Capitol Hill sources on that all right I saw a lot they and eight still stands at a peers to be a soul for now well that's a good thing because it just a charade and a dog and pony show eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine a nationwide number eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine that's how you get on the program I'll tell you what I'm gonna go to phones here in just a moment of your own hold we'll we'll do phones for the rest of the hour I still have to get to the latest on Jeffrey obscene and MSNBC going Gaga over some video they dug up from nineteen ninety two we'll get into that coming up in just a bit and your phone.

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House weighs bringing articles of impeachment against Trump

Laura Ingraham

10:07 min | 1 year ago

House weighs bringing articles of impeachment against Trump

"Facebook I'm gonna take you through some of the nitty gritty of what happened yesterday what happened yesterday was more than just a floor fight instability screwed up and we are going to see a movement on impeachment in the house I'm going to explain why and why you shouldn't freak out over it she's going to have a press conference here shortly and we are going to take some of that because I and I think that that's going to that we're gonna see where she's gonna go with us there is so what happened yesterday and I will I watched it I was also doing like a million other things I I watched as it happened and I was really fascinated to see it go down the way it did she messed up at eight I mean she really did she really did mess up at at at some point because what ended up happening is that she well she violated those those rules are violated the the rules of decorum there because and here here's a I have so many things up so just give me bear with me it literally says in V. I. the handbook is Jefferson's manual and this gets into the weeds a little bit because even though yes it's a Republican the way things are structured it's hundred center but we write we also incorporate parliamentary rules so that we can maintain order so that things can progress because it can otherwise it could be just even more of a freak show that it is any manual literally says and I'm reading for I'm reading verbatim from it it says quote and I'm an ex give over all the dead the citations at such a reference references to racial or other discrimination on the part of the president are not in order as such remarks may not refer to the president as a racist and it gives different having made racial slurs racial epithets telling a racist lines using direct quote a bigot having made a bigoted or racist statement having taken bigoted action I mean it goes on and on having run a prejudiced campaign and give citations you know I but so that's it's literally a rule violation breed I quoted it verbatim it is literally a rules violation and so that was what that that is what the back and forth was that you saw when there was a dramatic pause because they were going with the it was the Democrats and it was the parliamentarian's office and it was just you know back and forth back and forth so green AL Greene has filed articles of impeachment and they will have a particular amount of time that that they're I mean they're gonna have to they're going to have to at some point I think what is it two legislative days at this point and to go through with that and what I mean again it's Adam and also get into all the latest with the squad in all of this stuff but I need to pull as is expected to hold a press conference here and a little bit and we're going to take that when she comes up because I'm interested in hearing what is set up because if you noticed the interview that the four congresswoman did gave to Gayle king they double down on it they also mention impeachment but did you know that they also refocused the attack back on into below sea there is a lot that's going on here that's more than meets the eye it is this isn't yes it is about trump but don't think for one second that this party is unified in the wake of of his tweet don't think for one second that they are this is the battle of battles for this party this is the life or death right now of the Democrat party it will be determined by twenty twenty and in the civil war going on with Democrats I have to say you if you're AT at this point it's great to watch them consume each other but you need to pause and hope for a reason because you could end up the further leftist party goes the further left other people may be drawn with it so it is a cautionary tale for everyone now as where it concerns Nancy Pelosi al green's move it and this is I'm looking at this piece here there's a couple of pieces so he introduced articles of impeachment because of the privileged nature of the resolution beat it they're gonna have to legislative days he can he can bore he can force a vote on the impeachment articles into legislative days if the house leadership doesn't do anything so Nancy Pelosi's options at this point are limited this was the fight that she was hoping to stave off now she's approaching the podium now I want to hear this because this is going to determine the fight that they're gonna bring to drop in the general election listen this is John the a justice Stevens with a true guardian of the constitution he made history not only as the longest serving justice but it's one of its finest country more influence will be flying in St Monday the service will be Tuesday and again it's a great loss to our country today last night a head of a particular pleasant experience which was to sign the legislation which enabled us to use the Washington Monument as a backdrop for the moon launch exciting I hope everyone will take advantage of observing that as we observe that historic event in our country the world's history at seven it's pretty exciting so here we are because you know we campaigned on for the people agenda slowing health care costs building as either a bigger paychecks clear government and to that end of their paychecks this week we'll have three bills on the floor raising the minimum wage raising the minimum wage increase wages for up to thirty three million workers and if one point three million Americans out of poverty it would help secure fairness and equality for women many of whom are will be the beneficiaries of getting nearly twenty million working women a raise and help narrow the gender gap to me that we should get the disproportionately impact women we're also proud to pass this bill a tomorrow on the anniversary of the Seneca falls convention which America declared that all men and women were created well also continuing a diverse our promises to workers to day will honor our promise to be at to the hard working men and women of the labor of labor as we lift of the Cadillacs taxes seem I'm gonna have you monitor her speech and when she gets the part that we want to hear you take it live for us if you don't mind please Sir but as she gets through all of those few she's gonna get to it she's gonna say all of that stuff first get it all out there while everybody watches everybody's attention but as I said so I'll green in introducing these articles impeachment after they pass this resolution of that and she had she realizes she must option of walking off the floor which also was a rules violation I mean if you're if you're accusing the did the president of violating decorum then why are you violated the Koran to accuse the president of violating the core of that's what I find fascinating with all of this so he can drink and force a vote on the impeachment articles into legislative days so she doesn't really have a lot of good options before her and this has been the moment that she has wanted to push off for quite some time because she realizes that if there is a move on impeachment in the house you are delivering the election to drop that is it you might as a and not only are you delivering the election to trump but you're delivering a lot of vulnerable Democrat seats to trump that will light a fire under Republicans and you will see a turn out on like you have you haven't seen and I'll I'll goodness the generation it's gonna be pretty insane so she knows this because she's been in Congress for for ever and this is where she is right she's right because that absolutely will happen you'll even see individuals disillusioned who are Democrats but are disillusioned with the way Democrats are legislating that out of spite they will show up and they will they'll vote the vote or for Republicans or maybe they won't go out at all she may even suppressed her own basis turn out and she can't ignore it this is something she can't ignore because it's a privilege motion green knows this child this could she has tried to fight this off and this ended it so anything that she does at this point is going take is going to trigger an additional fight within her within her caucus anything else that she does at this point there's gonna be a fight because it is going to I I mean if she moves on it she's going to make the moderates mad if she doesn't move on it she's going to make the socialists mad so this is she doesn't have a she doesn't have a lot of options before her and she's taking questions at this point and Stever she being asked about any of this stuff because if I have to hear some about a quality and all this other stuff I'm just going to I've lost my okay well let us know when she gets to the meat potatoes so we are that's what that is she I mean her caucus is gonna be further divided so that is that and and yet these are I mean you're looking at districts that trump one in twenty sixteen where there are in battle Democrats who will lose their seats seventy Murphy is a representative out of Florida and she is the head of the conservative blue dog Democrat group and she says yeah this is she's I mean she's worried about this all the other more moderate Democrats are worried about this candidates like Joe Biden or worried about this because see this kind of stuff is going to affect how he his support within the party need to pull it the it's not just it's not just a fight for Nancy policies ability to control her her caucus and her ability to control Democrats in the house it's also a fight for the direction of the Democrat party and I don't think this was intentional but at least with this with with the president's tweets were listening to policies press on the she's being asked questions about all this now as

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The House has condemned Donald Trump's racist tweets. Now what?

WBZ Midday News

01:14 min | 1 year ago

The House has condemned Donald Trump's racist tweets. Now what?

"Neither side backing down house Democrats voting last night to condemn president trump's tweets concerning for Congress woman saying his comments of legitimize fear and hatred of immigrants and people of color Mr drum standing by his tweets and comments here's ABC news chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl on how this all could affect the upcoming presidential race so there's a real risk here for the president because his highest approval ratings are on the handling of the economy he could be running a presidential reelection campaign based on that age old question are you better off today than you were four years ago but instead he's telegraphing arrays of election based on fear division racial resentment they will alienate a lot of people that frankly are better offer feel better off than they were four years ago the wake of his drums racist remarks Texas congressman Al Green introducing articles of impeachment green introducing those articles immediately after the house vote to condemn the president's tweets of Mr grain saying that the president is unfit for office this comes just a week before special counsel Robert Muller was due to testify publicly about his Russia

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Trump thanks 'vicious young Socialist Congresswomen' for his poll numbers

Bloomberg Markets

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Trump thanks 'vicious young Socialist Congresswomen' for his poll numbers

"President trump is tweeting about the squad again this time thanking the vicious young socialist congresswomen as he calls them for boosting his poll ratings this a day after house Democrats voted to review could president for racist comments about those congressmen Texas Democrat Al Green says the house will take the next step this afternoon and vote on his articles of impeachment will be the opportunity for us to all go on record either we will move forward with impeachment or we will vote against it green says the vote will happen this afternoon it's unclear though whether democratic leaders will move to table his resolution send it to committee or vote to

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President Trump, Phil Mattingly And President discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

President Trump, Phil Mattingly And President discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

"It's officially history now the house of representing to condemn president trump's tweets official White House statements as racist only for Republicans joined the entire democratic caucus in what Phil Mattingly describes as a show of party unity house Republican leadership showing a United front behind the president and I'm told behind the scenes house Republican leaders made clear to their rank and file they should support the president they called the resolution a personal attack on the president after that vote Texas Democrat Al Green introduced articles of impeachment against

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House passes resolution formally denouncing Trump tweets as racist

America's Truckin' Network

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

House passes resolution formally denouncing Trump tweets as racist

"House Democrats you're sending a very clear message they wanted to go on the record too strongly condemned the president's racist tweets and they use that word and this is about trying to yes and a forceful message from the house of representatives but let's be honest this is also largely about house Democrats trying to force Republicans to go on the record that they had to cast a vote one way or another to say where they stood on the president's comment the vote was two forty to one eighty seven for Republicans joining the Democrats in voting yes moments later Texas Democrat Al Green introduced another resolution form of the resolution is as follows impeaching Donald John trump the debt of the United States of high misdemeanor there was no vote on that resolution and it's unclear if there will be one Terry Alden or

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House votes against striking Pelosi remarks from record

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

04:03 min | 1 year ago

House votes against striking Pelosi remarks from record

"And we're gonna get some perspective and analysis on this story we are joined live in studio by KCBS political reporter Doug sovereign died before the vote actually took place there was a pretty remarkable fight on the floor recap it for us yeah it was a pretty extraordinary day crazy day on on the house floor first of all Nancy Pelosi got up and made some remarks in which she described the comments by the president as racist and that sparked an outrage in an uproar from that Republican you just read their Doug Collins from Georgia because there's a rule in their parliamentary rules this is you cannot call the president racist or his comments racist they had a big fight over whether she was out of order should her remarks be taken down stricken from the record she eventually won that fight after quite a squabble on the floor then Eric Swalwell from the East Bay got up and started reciting some of the things the president has said and saying that's races that's racist that sparked another quarrel between the Republicans the Democrats yet you're a man his remarks to take out an offensive word that the president used to S. whole countries to describe African country so all of that was a preamble before they finally have this vote mostly on party lines as your for Republicans and one now independent recently Republican Justin Amash voted with the Democrats otherwise it was a party line vote in duck on that note if I'm remembering correctly there were about a dozen or more Republicans who were suggesting that this was not appropriate for the president and yet as you say only for them actually cast their votes with Democrats yeah that's right I where they went to where their backbone when took before this vote but that they change their minds and effective some changing of votes at a couple of points a couple Republicans voted for it and then change to no vote so we don't know who you don't know laughter who who's was voted which way but yeah in the end of just a handful of Republican side with the Democrats so it it's seen as a partisan squabble but this was like an open wound on the house floor I mean you don't see this let full of victory all of raw emotion very often I can't recall the last time I saw it in the debate on the house floor it was pretty remarkable and this story is dominated the news cycle for the last few days with the vote is it donde they move on when I've got an impeachment vote because Al Green from Texas Kay stood up and introduced a resolution to impeach the president article of impeachment so that may or may not come to a vote later in the week may for speaker Pelosi to hold a vote on that I don't think it would pass most Democrats are not there yet but you know I'm sure both sides hope this will settle down a little bit you know on the one hand the president has managed to distract from everything else and played was space who obviously you know he's got overwhelming support among the Republican Party in ninety seven percent something like that on the other hand he's managed to unify a pretty divided democratic caucus I mean you had the squad as they're called before progressive women freshman in open didn't dispute with their leadership and they've all circle the wagons and are very much on the same side now these publicly so he has managed to unite a a fairly disparate Democratic Party in Congress which probably is not to his advantage how all this eventually plays out in twenty twenty of course remains to be seen do you see this in continuing to be a big campaign issue I mean he is you said it remains to be seen but I'm thinking for example the Republicans have talked openly about the need to court people of color is this going to be a wage for that happening well I think the Republicans want to use this as a wedge issue against the Democrats in twenty twenty to say look at the future of the Democratic Party don't vote for them they're all socialists and it will certainly heard you know the Democrats can come back and say to those people of color and anyone else Republicans are trying to bring in look what the Republicans really stand for a look at the things the president says in tweets and his own party stands behind and no matter what he does virtually every Republican stands with them the problem for them is that most Republican voters stand with trump as well they they don't care frankly what we've seen we what he says what he does as long as they do as long as he does what they want and as long as they're getting what they want from him policy wise they're willing to overlook pretty much anything KCBS political reporter Doug softened KCBS there's time for

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Green files articles of impeachment against Trump, setting up floor vote

Houston's Morning News

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Green files articles of impeachment against Trump, setting up floor vote

"Meantime in what's become almost an annual event used to democratic congressman Al Green is reintroducing articles of impeachment against president trump this time in response to the president's weekend tweets and other general concerns we can impeach this president for his bigotry in policy that is harming our society congressman green has introduced articles of impeachment against president trouble for but it failed to garner much

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Democrats get 10 million signatures calling for Trump's impeachment

Chip Franklin

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Democrats get 10 million signatures calling for Trump's impeachment

"On Capitol Hill rallied to impeach President Trump correspondent, Linda Kenyon has the story. They delivered a flash drive to Representative Rashida to lead. Containing petition signatures calling for congress to impeach the president ten million to leave said this grassroots effort is growing stronger. This is how movement start Representative Al green one of the first members of the house of representatives to call for the impeachment of Donald Trump barrel. Those who say that politically political expediency dictates that we not impeach I say moral imperative always Trump's political expedience house speaker Nancy Pelosi has cautioned against impeachment saying it could further polarize the nation and might backfire on the democratic majority in the

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"al green" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"al green" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"And presenting the truth to the American people. Yeah. And that's what we count on from the Democrats in congress, presenting the truth to the American people, right? Ladies and gentlemen, specially Sheila jackson-lee, there's nobody better now, Al green. He's back. Algren Al green is wanted to impeach Donald Trump. Since before. Since before when he was a developer. He wanted to teach Donald Trump. Algorithms and other genius. And of course, he's on TV. He's on C span. Cut thirteen go. You have a date with destiny. Mr President your fate is in the hands of four hundred thirty five members of congress. You ought not above the low. No, what is no, no. That's not true. Obama was Hillary was Komi was. You think you are? Go ahead impeachment is in the hands of this congress. That man missed the president is a member of this congress. What man is a member of this? The president's talking about himself. So let himself. Go ahead. I assure you that the long arm of the law is reaching out for you. Now. Wait a minute pal. I just thought you were talking about the house of representatives. You're not the long arm of the law. Your political hacks some cases political thugs. So.

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Five new cosponsors sign onto House impeachment resolution

KYW 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Five new cosponsors sign onto House impeachment resolution

"A resume. Lucien calling for the impeachment of President Trump is gaining more co sponsors in the house, but it's still has an hill road. But I the only one to sign onto Representative Rashida to leaves impeachment. Resolution was Texas democrat Al green who's already brought him peach mint resolutions of his own now there are five more co sponsors including three notable freshman. Democrats Alexandra Okaz Cortez of New York. Minnesota Zealand Omar Presley of Massachusetts democratic leaders in the house remained opposed to impeachment. But they're coming under more pressure to reconsider that

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Omar Presley, Al Green And Alexandra Okaz discussed on KYW 24 Hour News

KYW 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Omar Presley, Al Green And Alexandra Okaz discussed on KYW 24 Hour News

"The resolution calling for the impeachment of President Trump gaining more co sponsors in the house, but still if an uphill road for that that I the only one to sign onto Representative Rashida to leaves impeachment. Resolution was Texas democrat Al green who's already brought impeachment resolutions of his own. Now there are five more co sponsors, including three notable freshman. Democrats Alexandra Okaz, yo Cortez of New York. Minnesota Zealand Omar Presley of Massachusetts democratic leaders in the house remained opposed to impeachment but they're coming under more pressure to reconsider

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"al green" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"al green" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"According to one writer, Al green wrote, teeny lodges. Green song squares to singers early religious convictions with more earthly interests. But when when the singer became a pastor of the full gospel tabernacle church in one thousand nine hundred seventy six he dropped the song from his repertoire. Writing an independent nineteen Ninety-four Tim to allow road musically. It was much like any other tracks somebody out green and produced by Willie Mitchell, the southern soul maestro who ran. Hi records. The Memphis horns in the Memphis streets are bead lashings of sudden light easy late night sound in which the streams the horns, the Oregon that guitars, and that wild Honey voice blend a single swinging winning thing, it doesn't sound like a band playing. It sounds like a lot of instruments humming. Al green. Title. Take me to the river for his autobiography published in two thousand. In two thousand four out Green's original recording was ranked number one seventeen on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the five hundred greatest songs. Song played a prominent role in an episode of the HBO series, the sopranos which big mouth Billy bass played a major role. Is it bass? I don't know. I didn't watch the show could be bashed. You're probably right. I was in. I was in music world at the time. So I was thinking base. But you're probably right. I bet it's best. I never watched the sopranos. So if you know the character, you probably right? The talking heads did did a remake of the song. We.

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'Breaking Bad' actor Aaron Paul joins 'Westworld' season 3 cast

Donna and Steve

01:45 min | 2 years ago

'Breaking Bad' actor Aaron Paul joins 'Westworld' season 3 cast

"Jeremy what do you about Aaron Paul making some really seen a much recently? Yeah. He's he's been doing some things. But this is going to be big. And of course, Aaron Paul played Jesse pink men on breaking bad. He is joining the cast of Westworld for season three the HBO sci-fi drama that everyone's going crazy about do. You guys watch. What's world? This is a great question. I asked Ryan at this morning. He said, it's a little too hard. The follow. He's not loving elements of it. I don't okay, I watch at the big day beginning I kind of trailed off and pepper back and forth. Here's the thing with it got a load of EMMY nominations coming up. It's almost like the show that gets its this huge show that a lot of people don't watch it. It's so strange. I simultaneously. No. A lot of people who do. But then other people are completely clueless about it. Anyway, the big deal that Aaron Paul's joined the cat it'll be his first regular role on a cable TV series since breaking bad. Even though you've done. He's done some other projects and things. He seemed to confirm it on Thursday posted a photo on Twitter. Westworld photo Twitter captured it feel like a dream DeLores. Can you wake me up from the dream kinda give us some reference there? And this news actually, also comes in the wake of James Marsden whose another lead on Westworld getting us national by net. Flicks to co star in dead to me, which is a dark comedy series for them that might signal that he's leaving. So anyway, that's what's going on with that. I love 'em, all and. A lot of people back to the series or to to Westworld for the first time if they haven't already and it's already a good cast great. Yeah. So I must anytime. Westworld comes up in conversation for probably the first year. The only thing that kept coming to my mind was Waterworld with Kevin

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"al green" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"al green" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The jerome al green foundation from npr news in washington onto a rom both the house and the senate voted early this morning on a stopgap spending bill to keep the government operating through march 23rd the president is expected to sign it into law the sends another government shutdown that started at midnight the bill also raises military and domestic spending by almost three hundred billion dollars to be financed by more borrowing concern over federal budget deficits may be one factor behind the recent losses in the stock market npr's john is d says investors are also worry that interest rates will go up he says to expect sharp swings for awhile i think we are in for more volatility in the market going forward we hit have had a very tranquil rise in the market and now we're going to see more volatility but i don't think we're not going to see multiple thousand point drops again at the 2018 winter olympics are underway in south korea npr's russell lewis says south korea and north korea made a joint appearance today in the opening ceremony they walked in together they were under a unified flag all of their jackets just said korea the flagbearer was a woman who was bobsledder and it was also being held a bobsledder from the south in and it was also being held by hockey player from the north and they were holding jointly so it was really it was a really touching sort of moment i'm nor rahm npr news in washington i'm richard hake on wnyc in new york the hudson county jails making changes to its staff after the deaths of five inmates in the past year four jail employees have been dismissed and four others are currently on leave this comes as the county prepares to release a report into one of the deaths from last summer jersey journal reporter kaitlan moada by officials say has some very serious issues that there are issues within the jail that need to be fixed a detainee died at the jail after being arrested by ice an autopsy was never requested and since june two female inmates have committed suicide to other male inmates have died from unknown causes the.

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"al green" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"al green" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Is provided by the jerome al green foundation this is all things considered on wnyc a federal judge in manhattan his order that immigration activist ravi rogge beer be released from a detention centre in orange county wnyc's beth fertig reports the judge found the government violated his rights a courtroom full of supporters applauded when judge katherine forest red her ruling she said rogge beer had no reason to suspect his meeting with the government on january 11th would lead to detention he was under an order of supervision and deserved an orderly departure she wrote with quote the freedom to say goodbye rock veers wife amy gottlieb was relieved i was crying actually i was so moved by the judges powerful language about what it means to live in a democracy and what it means to have due process and to respect the constitution and to know that ravi is coming home because we have a system that can work the judge agreed with the government that rogge beer could be deported back to his native trinidad because of an old conviction but her ruling was a strong rebuke to the administration's methods because ragbhir posed no danger or risk of flight she compared his treatment to quote regimes we revile as unjust regimes where those who have long lived in a country may be taken away without notice from streets home and work there are potentially thousands of immigrants in similar situations people the government considers to portable but who have been allowed to remain in the us so long as they stay out of trouble rogge beers attorney elina dos says she hopes this new ruling sets a precedent i can get both supports a growing recognition matt i'm isis cruel practices to deprive people of their liberty i will not be tolerated by the courts while also hopefully setting ground that will be helpful to others the government immediately asked judge forest to stay her ruling and keep rogge beer in detention while it considers an appeal but she said he must be released meanwhile he still fighting to vacate his criminal conviction for wire fraud from almost eighteen years ago a new jersey judge has said he can't be removed in the meantime a hearing on that case is scheduled for february ninth beth fertig wnyc news the deadline to enroll in new.

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"al green" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"al green" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The jerome al green foundation as the republican party decide what to do about ruined more faces an important question what has higher standards of behaviour the us senate for an alabama shopping mall in the 1980s peter sehgal will explore that existential dilemma with follow poundstone morocca in special guest analyst john howard's meant and this week wait wait don't tell me the news quiz from npr today at eleven 939 fm wnyc this is wnyc 939 fm and am 820 npr news and the new york conversation welcome back to the new york radio hour i'm david ramnik in his review of the myra with stories new and selected film critic anthony lane paraphrase no lesson author than leo giosto by anthony wrote all happy families are like every unhappy family in its own way belongs in a no abound back movie as a writer in director bambang scott a particular feel for family dynamics of for characters who are incredibly messed up an exasperated but there is real as the people around you we've seen it movies like the squid in the way margo with the wedding the meyer would stories stars dustin hoffman as an artist long past his prime and adam sandler plays one of his sons and all three mara which children are in the movie each of them miserable in his or her own way no bound back came into the office recently.

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"al green" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"al green" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The jerome al green foundation from npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly japan's prime minister it is dissolving the lower house of parliament ahead of next month's snap election john matthews reports from tokyo prime minister shinzo ave called the election frock tober 22nd which may not give a new but highly popular opposition party time to mobilise results will be a referendum on abe's hawkish policies on north korea and his avi next fiscal plan that has been accused of stalling his north korea policies have helped boost flagging approval ratings which may keep him afloat in next month's election relief efforts are continuing in puerto rico a week after hurricane maria at the the island npr's camille adumin ski is in san juan the head of search and rescue operations in puerto rico nino korea says for days now he's been coordinating aerial food and water drops to people who don't have any communication with the outside world he says this kind of work is difficult in any emergency but even harder in this disaster a group say many people are feeling desperate in puerto rico without enough food and water or gasoline to power backup generators a month after hurricane harvey devastated parts of texas the rookie quarterback of the nfl's houston texans to shawn watson is donating his first paycheck to three employees at the teams nrg stadium he suffered losses in the hurricane each works and the stadiums cafeteria i'm dave mattingly npr news in washington i'm richard hake on wnyc in new york new york city's the point extra support and security to lebron's secondary school this a day.

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"al green" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"al green" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Is provided by the jerome al green foundation the roilo show live was good morning everyone in valencia venezuela just a group of twenty anti government fighters faced a off with the venezuelan military other all these this apparently intent on provoking a military uprising according to reuters video began circulating of the five of these tough showing men dressed in military fatigues carrying rifles announcing an uprising to restore constitutional order this latest incident follows the creation of a socalled legislative super body condemned internationally as a power grab of by president nicolas maduro joining me now to discuss the latest developments in venezuela is hannah drier form of venezuela correspondent for the associated press now covering immigration four propublica an article about have is reporting on politico today is called what's it like to see a democracy destroyed welcome to wnyc how to thanks so much were kellyanne great to be with you ran a you okay with politicos headline were you as a journalist witness to a democracy being destroyed or as a hyperbolic i mean that when i got down to venezuela of fewer already saying that the place was becoming a dictatorship there is a group of people who don't like the socialist administration from the beginning and who said from the beginning that president nicolas madero had stolen election and i never thought that it seemed to me that half of the country really did deeply support the revolution launched by hugo chavez but today it's a very different field down there and lake you are saying jess this past week we saw a new constitutional assembly foreign basically madero without asking anybody said that they were going to rewrite the concert to said and then he held an election that's been widely decried as a fraudulent election including.

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"al green" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"al green" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"By the jerome al green foundation the next time on the new york radio our i'll talk with sit arthur mukherjee his book the gene and intimate history explains so much what's happening in science today in the future of medicine the divisive debates that are seemingly culture debates are really debates about human beings and identity and if they are debates about human beings and identity they have to be debates lodgings that's next time on the new york radio tonight at seven on 939 fm this is we candidate on wnyc good morning i'm david i up next we consider bill cosby's tarnished legacy still ahead president trump has more than one hundred and thirty vacancies phil on the federal bench and he's beginning the process somewhat haphazardly and we're also going to look at use zinc crowd sourcing to help pay medical expenses those stories and much more still have this hour of a we can't addition here on wnyc and later today after the politically charged shooting on a virginia baseball field on the media looks at how politicians and the press blamed everyone from democrats to william shakespeare plus puerto rico's search for new words and symbols to define itself that is coming up this morning at ten o'clock on 939 fm quick look at the weather seventy seven degrees now looking at a high around eighty four with a slight chance for showers and thunderstorms around the region this afternoon tonight mostly cloudy with a low of seven fifty three degrees again there's a small chance for some rain overnight but tomorrow rain is looking really are much more likely mostly cloudy and breezy high route 82 and their yeah rains expected could be heavy at times there is a chance for severe thunderstorms and for flash flooding as well right now twenty minutes after nine o'clock this is wnyc support.

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