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"amy kluber" Discussed on The Vergecast

The Vergecast

06:52 min | 6 months ago

"amy kluber" Discussed on The Vergecast

"Week. Senior reporter addie robertson. Who have heard on the broadcast many times before held an event about section two thirty. That's the law that says platforms aren't liable for their users publish. It is a critical lot. The internet also just turned twenty five years old last month. So addy held an event with a keynote by senator. Amy klobuchar democrat from minnesota is one of the sponsors of the tech act. That's an act that would reform section to thirty as well as a panel featuring michael chia. Who's the general counsel video sedan. Harry is a researcher writer. And a strategist human attack and amana keeping general counsel at wicca media which runs wikipedia. Talking about where section two thirty is where might go in the future. So we're going to run some highlights of that event for today addie and russell are gonna join talk about how it went and what they heard what they thought and as it happens here right now. Russell has done good. Love it addie. Congratulations on your event. It was a good one. Hey thank you so. Tell me how you think. The event went. And then i'm going to hand over the episode to you and we can listen to some highlights and talk it through. But how do you think of went. I thought it went well. One of the things i like about. Section two thirty is that. It's just a really weird conversation that people kept asking okay. What sides her can there are like fifty different sides and we had a really pretty interesting spread of perspectives and senator klobuchar speech was really good scene. Setter and i'm overall pretty happy. Yeah you know. What i thought was really interesting. Just as i watched the whole event senator klobuchar has some very strong perspectives. About what can be done in those perspectives. We're definitely not shared by the entire panel. In fact the safe tech act is it's it's always interesting to me to hear. Senators talked about their own legislation. 'cause they always make it seem so common sense but it's actually quite controversial. Some of the changes that she was proposing. Oh yeah absolutely well and also like you know. She addition to talk to thirty. She takes a pretty hard line on antitrust. I was actually surprised by how sort of enthusiastic she was about it. And i sort of imagine. The video guy is sitting there easter like. She's talking about breaking up google. He's like yeah. Okay a lot of the sort of civil society tech people which this is part of what we wanted to introduce the conversation like. They don't have a problem with antitrust. They are mostly hoping that section two thirty doesn't get changed in a way that makes it impossible to have wikipedia exist and then bringing up things like misinformation also just throws its own kind wrench into things because that's actually not largely problem that addressed with section two thirty and so you end up slipping weird stuff like first amendment reforming there. Yeah this was. I think is the panel went on the combination of we think facebook too big but if we changed to thirty to punish facebook we might end up punishing ourselves and then senator klobuchar talking about an inch. Just dead ahead. And even to some extent bringing up the idea of breakup as a potential remedy. All of that is a swirl and we've been talking on swirl for for some time and it was just really interesting to hear the spread of perspectives during this event. So at russell. I'm excited for this. Why don't you start and take us through this event and what we heard. Yeah absolutely. I think the one thing i want to start with this sort of like the chronological beginning. But like you know. I always like it when these things make a little news. And i think i was very interested to hear santa club. Stars line on antitrust. She sort of coming to the fore of like the democrats antitrust policy. She wrote a book called antitrust and is the chairman of the subcommittee on competition policy antitrust and consumer rights which is basically the senate home for antitrust policy so she's really sort of at the forefront of it and i thought it was interesting she a lot of time she gets gloucestershire's like this moderate voice but she was pretty harsh on facebook. Here we have. We have this clip at the root of this problem lies the ability of a few companies to act as gatekeepers and as we see when they dominate markets exclude rivals buy out their competitors. We've got a problem. In the emailed words of mark zuckerberg. These businesses are nascent but the networks established. The brands already meaningful. And if big go to a large scale could be very disruptive to us they could be very disruptive to us. I always about the tech industry was about disruption it's about disrupting the status quo and bringing in new good ideas that basically blow up the marketplace in a positive way we can't have monopoly stopping disruption so in a way the work i am doing is simply a reply to that email so the interesting thing so this was this was something that we had on the site like dual casey and nikolai byline. When the antitrust hearing happened he's talking about instagram and path so instagram they bought path proved not to be disruptive to facebook. I think it's fair to say but this is not a public statement. He meant to make. And i do think i don't know i mean do do we do. We hear this. And think like amy kluber. Shar is on team break-up facebook it feels like it will qualify that by saying at the very least it's team don't let facebook acquire anybody else. Yeah but team break-up facebook. I don't know it definitely seems like it's on the table ray. Which is very interesting so there have been on the left. A lot of really aggressive sort of pushes for stronger antitrust like we need some new like we need to empower the justice department. We need some new legislation that will enable us to kind of go after these businesses more heavily. And it's fairly recent that closure is trying to to kind of lead that i mean she just. She's only now coming to the to the lead on this committee. And i think because she ran in the democratic primary sort of as a moderate voice. She's been glossed as like. Well she's not in the end gonna like usher in this new era of trust busting but then elsewhere in the keynote. She's talking about well. You know it worked pretty well when we did this against. At and i mean. I don't know. I'm still kind of undecided. It's always hard to know how committed people are going. It's going to be a really politically difficult road to walk. If they move on. you know.

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A Conversation About Section 230 and the Future of the Internet

The Vergecast

06:52 min | 6 months ago

A Conversation About Section 230 and the Future of the Internet

"Week. Senior reporter addie robertson. Who have heard on the broadcast many times before held an event about section two thirty. That's the law that says platforms aren't liable for their users publish. It is a critical lot. The internet also just turned twenty five years old last month. So addy held an event with a keynote by senator. Amy klobuchar democrat from minnesota is one of the sponsors of the tech act. That's an act that would reform section to thirty as well as a panel featuring michael chia. Who's the general counsel video sedan. Harry is a researcher writer. And a strategist human attack and amana keeping general counsel at wicca media which runs wikipedia. Talking about where section two thirty is where might go in the future. So we're going to run some highlights of that event for today addie and russell are gonna join talk about how it went and what they heard what they thought and as it happens here right now. Russell has done good. Love it addie. Congratulations on your event. It was a good one. Hey thank you so. Tell me how you think. The event went. And then i'm going to hand over the episode to you and we can listen to some highlights and talk it through. But how do you think of went. I thought it went well. One of the things i like about. Section two thirty is that. It's just a really weird conversation that people kept asking okay. What sides her can there are like fifty different sides and we had a really pretty interesting spread of perspectives and senator klobuchar speech was really good scene. Setter and i'm overall pretty happy. Yeah you know. What i thought was really interesting. Just as i watched the whole event senator klobuchar has some very strong perspectives. About what can be done in those perspectives. We're definitely not shared by the entire panel. In fact the safe tech act is it's it's always interesting to me to hear. Senators talked about their own legislation. 'cause they always make it seem so common sense but it's actually quite controversial. Some of the changes that she was proposing. Oh yeah absolutely well and also like you know. She addition to talk to thirty. She takes a pretty hard line on antitrust. I was actually surprised by how sort of enthusiastic she was about it. And i sort of imagine. The video guy is sitting there easter like. She's talking about breaking up google. He's like yeah. Okay a lot of the sort of civil society tech people which this is part of what we wanted to introduce the conversation like. They don't have a problem with antitrust. They are mostly hoping that section two thirty doesn't get changed in a way that makes it impossible to have wikipedia exist and then bringing up things like misinformation also just throws its own kind wrench into things because that's actually not largely problem that addressed with section two thirty and so you end up slipping weird stuff like first amendment reforming there. Yeah this was. I think is the panel went on the combination of we think facebook too big but if we changed to thirty to punish facebook we might end up punishing ourselves and then senator klobuchar talking about an inch. Just dead ahead. And even to some extent bringing up the idea of breakup as a potential remedy. All of that is a swirl and we've been talking on swirl for for some time and it was just really interesting to hear the spread of perspectives during this event. So at russell. I'm excited for this. Why don't you start and take us through this event and what we heard. Yeah absolutely. I think the one thing i want to start with this sort of like the chronological beginning. But like you know. I always like it when these things make a little news. And i think i was very interested to hear santa club. Stars line on antitrust. She sort of coming to the fore of like the democrats antitrust policy. She wrote a book called antitrust and is the chairman of the subcommittee on competition policy antitrust and consumer rights which is basically the senate home for antitrust policy so she's really sort of at the forefront of it and i thought it was interesting she a lot of time she gets gloucestershire's like this moderate voice but she was pretty harsh on facebook. Here we have. We have this clip at the root of this problem lies the ability of a few companies to act as gatekeepers and as we see when they dominate markets exclude rivals buy out their competitors. We've got a problem. In the emailed words of mark zuckerberg. These businesses are nascent but the networks established. The brands already meaningful. And if big go to a large scale could be very disruptive to us they could be very disruptive to us. I always about the tech industry was about disruption it's about disrupting the status quo and bringing in new good ideas that basically blow up the marketplace in a positive way we can't have monopoly stopping disruption so in a way the work i am doing is simply a reply to that email so the interesting thing so this was this was something that we had on the site like dual casey and nikolai byline. When the antitrust hearing happened he's talking about instagram and path so instagram they bought path proved not to be disruptive to facebook. I think it's fair to say but this is not a public statement. He meant to make. And i do think i don't know i mean do do we do. We hear this. And think like amy kluber. Shar is on team break-up facebook it feels like it will qualify that by saying at the very least it's team don't let facebook acquire anybody else. Yeah but team break-up facebook. I don't know it definitely seems like it's on the table ray. Which is very interesting so there have been on the left. A lot of really aggressive sort of pushes for stronger antitrust like we need some new like we need to empower the justice department. We need some new legislation that will enable us to kind of go after these businesses more heavily. And it's fairly recent that closure is trying to to kind of lead that i mean she just. She's only now coming to the to the lead on this committee. And i think because she ran in the democratic primary sort of as a moderate voice. She's been glossed as like. Well she's not in the end gonna like usher in this new era of trust busting but then elsewhere in the keynote. She's talking about well. You know it worked pretty well when we did this against. At and i mean. I don't know. I'm still kind of undecided. It's always hard to know how committed people are going. It's going to be a really politically difficult road to walk. If they move on. you know.

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"amy kluber" Discussed on It's All Political

It's All Political

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"amy kluber" Discussed on It's All Political

"At least a perceived issue and having a woman on the ticket. What is what's the? What are your concerns there? Do you think that that's going to be that? Will Way by down at all, or how does that? How does it play into what we're going to see if the next three months four months? When people say what should women do about the ability issue? A say win, they should. Own until you win, you're going to continue to get that question. And the woman that you cited is cracked that once women make it to the once their the party's nominee in elections across the board, not just presidential obviously, but they went You gotta get to be the nominee. That's the back and be That can be the hard part. It is I think what's been great and it's just you know it's another. It's just another hurdle. We gotta get through, but you know. It's like Amy Kluber Sharp, putting somebody else I forget who but she's. she's like the obstacle is. The Path will find a way around it right? That's women do every day and so I think that what's been helpful. In terms the running mate this time round is that because Biden said at the very beginning, it's going to be a woman. We haven't had that whole tire some. Conversation about Oh can be a woman. You know she's GonNa. Drive the tickets out and then I think when you know when this woman is announced like I, said before she'll come from a lot of fire from the from the right, but you know I think that on the left. People agreed like yeah, it's to be a woman. We gotta have that kind of that kind of of representations and she never is. She'll be good. and we'll I N. I excited to see that pence debate yes. Jennifer Palmeri. The book is called. She proclaims I will now be giving my dog eared copy to my daughters and wife and other dudes who might invite. Chapter in there about men being good partner. Yes, we. We didn't get to that, but yes, there is I I took some tips from that so thank you very much for being on. It's all political. Was a pleasure. I'd like to thank you all for listening and hope that you and your families are safe and healthy. I'd like to thank Jennifer primarily for being here today and for carrying Creighton for producing today's episode. Are Fabulous theme music by the way is cattle, call written by Randy Clark, and performed by Randy Clark and Crow Song and remember. No matter who you're trying to declare independence from. It's all political..

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"amy kluber" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

11:41 min | 1 year ago

"amy kluber" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I'm here with my good colleague and friend and co host Christopher Nixon **** became tobacco to report on the successful parliamentary elections twenty four hours since however democracy is always exciting when I spoke with the TV cameras here at one of the polling stations we visited I quoted Winston Churchill which I will again because Churchill always makes your morning in this world of sin and whoa no one pretends that democracy is perfect for all lies indeed it is been said that democracy is the worst form of government except for all those other forms that have been tried from time to time Winston Churchill nineteen forty seven the democracy in Azerbaijan has answered a parliamentary choice on in twenty five seats now we turn to the democracy in the United States since Chris and I've been away there's been a lot of men Syrian whoa yes a lot of sit in world which is part of the messiness of the best form of government compared to all the rest so I welcome my professionals thanks to skull dot com global technology firm our partners here in Eurasia in the south caucuses and the guidance of the embassy of Azerbaijan in the United States we welcome my collie and co host in Detroit that is McCotter of American greatness and our professionals David Drucker of the Washington examiner and John fund of the National Review online gentleman we are hours from the decision at Dixville notch in New Hampshire the first vote for the primary listen I enjoyed smiles when we said that's the one your grandfather one in nineteen sixty and nineteen sixty lost in sixty eight and one in seventy two but so Dixville notch has a record of getting it right wrong okay fine right right right right however we look to comment on what we've seen in the polling these last hours which is not Bernie Sanders surging he's already a dominant position in the polls but the surge from Minnesota David Amy Kluber shark just call me Amy is is a real thing we're seeing in the polling is is going on in New Hampshire is is a is New York talking about the senator from Minnesota good evening to you David your honor what everyone real resurgence yeah and I think that's what's remarkable is that she still hanging around she still viable which is managed to run the kind of campaign that can withstand a basically a fifth place finish in Iowa and a the work was finished in New Hampshire and that's what she meant she wasn't you too top heavy if you manage expectations wallet yeah I think that would be good yes has accomplished is far more remarkable one night he is setting himself up so far to be the candidate of the center line begins Burry Sanders the king of the progress of lost anything I don't think much of that is going to be sure at least according to the data in New Hampshire when the state votes on a little bit after Dixville notch kicks everything off we will have to see exactly how well clover jardins here to buy do in Warren we know by finishing disappointing fourth or fifth for him and another under the gun there's a term you might use I think the question is does more and do better than the polling suggests war does she have another third place finish one possible workplace manage which server room would be a problem because this is New Hampshire right next door to her home state and you have to wonder where she goes next to recover find it disappointing and he and he has he has been in as much trouble as she will be an afternoon Hampshire who will be in trouble at least theoretically can still need on South Carolina has one last chance to resuscitate campus Mr fund is Amy a new new thing is this is this is this just out the boredom of politico well if she you know Biden collapse leaves a space for centrist candidate and if by the collapse of the NAS enclosure beat them in their Hampshire's David indicated might happen then she lives to fight another day because she's the only woman fifty eight percent of Democrats who primaries are women warned is probably not going to survive New Hampshire any recognizable forms so she can't live to fight another day the real question is what happens to the lectern South Carolina we see polls showing Biden bleeding support in the black community even the town's dire who's been buying every black or renting I should say every black pastor in the state Nevada is next after New Hampshire to vote as a caucus state you would normally expect Bernie do do well there then we moved to South Carolina which is only three days before super Tuesday stop trying to be very important we'll Bloomberg suddenly burst out and do well in South Carolina will buy new collapsed completely can Sanders win very many votes in the palmetto state South Carolina now looms very large in the democratic nominating contest Christopher Nixon **** here there couple numbers that I'm gonna be looking at on Tuesday night one is I'm very interested to see Bernie Sanders vote total because it looks like his vote total will probably come in under what he got in twenty sixteen in the primary so he's really not expanding his base and the second one is the overall number of votes of democratic and democratic leaning independents or come out to vote and I'm wondering if that vote in New Hampshire will confirm what happened in Iowa which is for all this talk of how president trump inspires the democratic base to come out and vote against him in reality in the primaries the vote totals of actually been flat or even down and so I think that that's going to be an interesting story to come out as well David yeah we'll get it we'll we'll numbers on it now I will very interesting when Democrats are taking a hard look at I don't know the destiny compared to having trump to actually build again I think it is it's possible that it could be a sign of just how one's settled in in some way tell uninspiring this field has been even more every Canada has dedicated banks you see democratic voters not really figuring out what they want to do I think that's one of the reasons we've seen Bloomberg Ralston's third nationally even though his plan may not work we're seeing Democrats trying to find a place to go and what I do what is your observation on Sanders in that on the one hand his surge when it mattered he has been important in a significant on the other hand he is not running away with the shield and he is not even though he is consolidating the progressive left he's still having trouble with the center left party and that could be a problem for him he hopes to win the match John well Sanders is obviously proud underperforming what he did in twenty sixteen because they only had one opponent it's a divided field remember Donald Trump won the Republican primaries in twenty sixteen in the end with about forty percent of the vote so Sanders if you can hold on to a quarter a third of the democratic primary vote he comes into the democratic convention the front runner the problem he has is the stop burning movement that will start to coalesce perhaps it'll be around club which are perhaps will be around Bloomberg stock closure movement is very important because all they have to do is not have burning on the first ballot second ballot the super delegates who were almost all looking to Fishel's load Bernie come into play the problem is how to finesse that if the democratic establishment crushes Bernie too harshly the fear that his voters will either stay home third party or maybe as in twenty sixteen fifteen percent of them will vote for trump that is yes we see this very very crowded in the center you got Bloomberg ready to pounce into clubs are you cat mayor Pete but Sanders isn't it true that Warren gets out a large segment of those voters are going to be more inclined to support Sanders rather than a more centrist Democrats David in theory but you know there was one in twenty sixteen I think trying to make the these predictions can be a little dicey because somebody might be voting for warm because they they like the for a certain reason and I could see an intellectual suburban liberal going from somebody once more into somebody like he show you his warning in burning are both competing for the progressive left funny in different ways and different candidates we're we're Bernie Sanders is going to have more of your his coalition involves more of your unusual democratic voter a lot of these motors will only vote for him war has attracted a lot of **** that will Democrats who just boring her particularly appealing and I think people have your true actually be positioned to take a lot of a lot of with voters if you look at what kind of supporters she's now miss font all I think David is right look Elizabeth Warren procrit progresses were always suspicious ever because our conversion to their cause in rather late and seemed all the more convenient she benefited in New Hampshire from being from Massachusetts she she was the leading woman in the race it is not clear at all we're goes transfer often what happens when a candidate that people favored drop Souter's no longer relevant people don't vote one of the things we may see a highly variable voter turnout and that's one of the things that Bloomberg and I had a discussion with Bloomberg's poster tonight duck shown were Bloomberg is the counting on the fact that he can choose turn out in state that he spent the most money and in another state turnout will go down but it will hurt his opponents more that will hurt him I'm speaking with my professionals I'm John bachelor here with Christopher Nixon **** in Baku Azerbaijan we're speculating on the basis of the polling now complete we believe maybe they'll be more one more tracking poll of the New Hampshire vote which is not a Caucasus is straight up people go to the polls Bernie Sanders is in a comfortable lead to my reading of the polls right now Amy Kluber showers a distant fourth or third but surging and in elections with small populations such as New Hampshire the movement of the last forty eight hours is profound is very difficult to see in the polling I Joe Biden's fading is obvious you can see it in the public so question to answer but my professionals of mention one name that must now be considered profoundly Michael Bloomberg the richest man ever to run for public office in the solar system as for Bernie Sanders I quote from Henry the second living that will no one rid me of this turbulent pres I'm John bachelor sturdy reliever arouses Chapman.

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"amy kluber" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"amy kluber" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jack Speer. Democratic candidates are making their final pitches ahead of tomorrow's New Hampshire Hampshire primary. The major candidates hoping to jump start their bids for the nomination or solidify would games. They were able to log from the problem plague Iowa Caucus last week appears McCall it as more a day ahead of the New Hampshire primary. The Democratic race to looks really muddled. The moderate lean in particular is crowded between P Buddha. Judge Amy Kluber Kluber Shar and Joe Biden Club has seen a bump in momentum and poll numbers after the recent debate. And she's begin to bring out much larger crowds than she had ever seen before for New Hampshire. She's trying to make a pitch to independent voters. It telling people that the Midwest isn't flyover country. It's her home. You know the challenge for her. Is that at. This is a message similar to what Pete Buddha judge the former mayor of South Bend. Indiana is also pitching. NPR's Osma College in New Hampshire the number of US servicemembers diagnosed with traumatic brain injuries in the wake of an Iranian missile strike has gone up again. NPR's Vanessa Rome reports. The number now stands at more than one hundred depending on confirms that one hundred and nine u s servicemembers have been diagnosed with mild traumatic brain injuries or TBI. That's up from sixty four or reported injuries last week. Ti's can range from short term headaches. Permanent cognitive deficits of those currently diagnosed most returned to duty in total twenty one have been transported back to the US while another five service members are still being evaluated. US troops housed on Iraqi military bases were bombarded by Iranian missiles on January eighth. It was a reprisal for the killing of a prominent Iranian military commander following the barrage president. Trump declared that quote no Americans were harmed an ESA ROMO NPR news. The Justice Department is charged for Chinese military personnel for hacking checking into the computer systems of credit reporting agency. Equifax back in two thousand seventeen. Expose the sensitive date of more than one hundred and forty million people remember station W. A. B. in Atlanta Grace Walker as more. US Attorney General. William bar called the Equifax data breach one of the largest. In history the hackers broke condemn. Equifax is network through vulnerability in the company's dispute resolution system once the network. The hackers spent weeks conducting reconnaissance uploading malicious software and stealing log in credentials debris to expose the social security numbers and other sensitive data of about one hundred and forty five million. People Barr says. The hackers are members of the Chinese People's Liberation Army Equifax announced the security breach. Back back in two thousand seventeen for NPR news. I'm Chris Walker in Atlanta on Wall Street. The Dow is up one hundred seventy four points this is NPR US coastguard officials. Say hundreds of millions of dollars worth of cocaine seized in the eastern Pacific Ocean has now been brought to San Diego estimated twenty eight thousand pounds of the drug worth approximately three hundred and thirty eight million dollars. It'd be offloaded today from a cutter at Naval Base San Diego. I will say the drugs were seized as part part of eight operations by the crews four coast guard vessels to in mid November and mid January the top. US negotiator for Afghanistan has met again with Taliban dan leaders as they try to reach some sort of agreement Jennifer glasses more from Kabul. The Taliban spokesman says top Taliban leaders. US Zalmay Khalilzad and the Qatari foreign minister to discuss progress and next steps towards an agreement. The latest talks in Doha after a year and a half of negotiations on its website. The Taliban accused the US of delaying deal claiming doing that. All Afghans want the occupation to end the two sides are reportedly stuck on the US precondition that the Taliban agree to a reduction in violence. It's unclear how long that's supposed to last. And whether the Taliban would have to halt attacks on Afghan forces the Afghan government wants a full ceasefire. The Taliban refuses to speak directly to the government and say they will well only do so after a deal with the US assigned for NPR news. I'm Jennifer glass in Kabul another move towards consolidation in the auto industry Swedish carmaker Volvo. Oh says it is considering whether to combine the Chinese automaker Geely create what it's calling a strong global group that who automaker say the Combined Company would be listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. Though the company's distinct identities would be preserved under terms of the deal I'm Jack Speer N._p._R.. News in Washington..

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"amy kluber" Discussed on CNN's The Daily DC

CNN's The Daily DC

14:56 min | 1 year ago

"amy kluber" Discussed on CNN's The Daily DC

"US history. I've got a dynamic duo in studio with me to talk through the very fluid day that we're seeing on Capitol Hill that CNN reporter order and producer Marshall Cohen and CNN political commentator. Sarah Iskar who is also a staff writer and podcast at the dispatch. Thanks for joining me both of you so we have come to the end of this impeachment saga while it will continue I think on Capitol Hill for maybe a day maybe a few days as we know ultimately the president trump will be acquitted and we now know that Republicans will not call any witnesses Lamar Alexander exander. Sort of was the tipping point on this because he announced in the wee hours Gosh I'm not even sure if it was midnight or after midnight or before midnight midnight it was some time in the last pass twelve hours together it really does It was before my last sleep as my as my son would say he said essentially early that Trump did it but it might not be impeachable. And he thinks that the American public lick and not the Senate should Be deciding who the president is And then on the on the on the flip side of that we have people like Adam Schiff who take obviously the opposite view and he gave a very impassioned speech today arguing After we knew there wouldn't wouldn't be witnesses arguing in the in the strange. You know. Pageantry of the Senate arguing arguing that there should be witnesses Before this vote is taken take take a listen to what he said. If people of power and influence can insist to the judge that the House that the prosecutors that the government that the people must prove their case without witnesses or documents a right reserved only for the powerful because you know only Donald Trump only donald trump of any defendant in America can insist on a trial with no witnesses if that should be true and courts throughout the land than as Adams is wrote the government becomes arbitrary because whether you have a fair trial or no trial at all depends on whether your personal power and influence like Donald J trump. The body will died. The clock will run down and our government becomes arbitrary the importance of fair trial here here is not less than in every courtroom in America it is greater than any courtroom in America because we set the example for America Arca. Okay Sarah we have on the one hand. A Democrat arguing that essentially without witnesses government becomes arbitrary and then we have a Republican publican. Lamar Alexander Seeding the point. Essentially John Bolton can say what ever he wants he can levy the worst accusations nations against president trump. All seed that point. I'm still not going to impeach him for it. I think that the actual fundamental disagreement that they have is what the purpose of the impeachment. Trial is Lamar. Alexander appears to believe that the impeachment trial is to determine his own vote whether to remove the president. He says he doesn't need witnesses to determine determined that because John Bolton would tell him the thing he already believes to be true which is that. The president withheld military aid from Ukraine As part of a deal to get an investigation instigation into the Biden's. He's already believed that. And I'm still not GonNa vote to remove him so I don't need to hear a witness on that Adam. Schiff believes That the impeachment trial trial is for a greater or different. Maybe is a better word purpose. I actually thought that a point. He made right before that when he was speaking was relevant to again what he sees as the purpose of this he said. If you don't call witnesses this information will come out anyway. All the documents will come out. All of the people who the president's residents preventing from talking will have their say at some point. We know John Bolton's book is going to come out in less than seven weeks If it gets to publish And so oh is point is you will be embarrassed to have refused to hear that information now and the American people will judge you for it not let me just interject their new revelations from John on Bolton's book today that President Trump asked Bolton in a meeting with pets Bologna Rudy Giuliani And Mick Mulvaney in the Oval Office to you go to Ukraine back in May or to contract contact the Ukrainians back in May so we yes. We will continue to learn things about this. We've said this over and over on the PODCAST The story is out there and we will learn it. I think that's exactly right and I think that as I think it is dangerous for Republicans that they don't know the full story you know a political one. Oh one like get it all out. That's not what's going to happen here. on the other hand if you believe the constitutionally the purpose of an impeachment trials to determine whether to remove the president he's not getting removed no matter what John Bolton says at this point and so perhaps it is better for the country to force Congress to go back to legislating and I was talking to you guys a second ago about like. Where's paid family? Leave what happened to that Yeah well you know what A and we're GONNA have a primary and an election and presumably impeachment will at some point fall to the of the back probably will not be the main thing. People are talking about next November. However there is I want to go back to Lamar Alexander statement because he did do something extremely important that very few Republicans ends have done Marshall and that is he said these words quote it was inappropriate for the president to ask a foreign leader to investigate his political opponent and to withhold United States aid to encourage that investigation and quote? I think that's actually a really important important thing because it does show at least buried in the fine print here that Republicans will acknowledge publicly in writing. He didn't say these his words but will acknowledge publicly. That trump did something wrong. Yeah congratulations to Senator Alexander for saying the most obvious thing ever. Yeah I mean. It's it's obvious right. Nobody actually thinks that it's a good idea to solicit Foreign meddling from other countries. He's you know. And we've heard trump's lawyers defend that this week on the Senate floor from a very narrow perspective you know. Is it necessarily criminal final. Maybe it's not criminal. Nobody thinks nobody thinks it's appropriate. So congratulations to Senator Alexander for saying it's inappropriate. That's going a lot farther than what most Republicans have done Some are started. Remember back in whatever that was September bad but not impeachable was the line and then they backed by some some from some people but I wouldn't say a majority of Republicans It's always been a small plurality of Republicans You know but I think what we were talking about a moment ago. You know. We're talking about article one of the impeachment right. The abuse of power charge it. I think what's more incredible from him is the fact that he said the case was proven on Article One He doesn't think it's impeachable but In terms of the factual case because you have trump's lawyers here's that just spent the past week Rebutting every single fact saying that you know he he when he he mentioned Biden he was really thinking about Burris MMA or the president has a legal requirement to crack down on corruption even though he never even raised a finger about corruption in the first two years of his presidency and only started doing it once Biden jumped in the race so I'm pretty I do. Give Lamar Alexander a lot of credit for saying that. The president's team didn't make their case on Article One. You say it's obvious but he's out on a limb there he is in place right right but I'm not getting them please. Little sensing himself from from the rest of the I'm saying McConnell said it's inappropriate recently I am or maybe i. I don't think he has but you know I'm not a lawmaker. I'm not an elected official. WHO speaks politically and only focuses on myself interests which is what almost so many of the lawmakers in this country on both sides of the aisle have been doing during these proceedings so I just think it's obvious that nobody believes foreign? Meddling is is. Nobody believes it's appropriate for the president to invite foreign powers to get involved in our elections like a foreign SUPERPAC. The way the shell you look at polling right now Interestingly you know the numbers who want to hear from witnesses as you know in the high seventy s both parties at this point want both Member of voters from both parties want to hear from witnesses but for very different reasons. You say nobody believes that and I think absolutely there people in the country who believe that the president even if he did exactly what he's accused of doing did nothing wrong. That's that's not what I'm saying. Okay he did nothing wrong or that. He didn't do anything wrong. I didn't and say that nobody thinks that what trump did was right. I didn't even say trump I. I think there's no one who would say that. It's the right thing to do for the United States president to get foreign leaders from Ukraine for Moldova from Russia from England wherever ever to help Play a role in our elections. I trump it's dangerous. The this is your problem Marshall. You're saying nobody I know of one person. That's Donald Trump. He he thinks totally okay. Mick Mulvaney to- went out and defended a big time and so all of trump's layers so and the other thing I wanted into make with regard to those high seventies the polling which shows overwhelmingly than Americans want witnesses. It doesn't say which witnesses there's a lot of people roy who might WanNa see Hundred Biden and then if you ask them We'll anything at this point. Change your mind is your mind. Made up about whether to remove the president. The numbers eighty nine percent. Eighty nine percent of Americans don't want to remove the president that eighty nine percent just means not accurate eighty nine percent of Americans. There's no poll that says eighty nine percent of Americans don't want to remove the president it's actually said eighty nine percent said they've made up their mind about whether to remove the president and my point is exactly exactly there's not eighty nine percent who want to remove him. That number is split. Half of the eighty nine per hold on half of the eighty nine percent are people that say no. I'm not changing changing my mind. He needs to go. It's a fifty fifty proposition. My point is though they're saying they're not going to change their mind and witnesses won't change their mind but they want to hear from witnesses. Ah They want the truth. I think we're getting down the rabbit hole of American polling and as everybody follows politics knows there's only one poll that counts and that's on election day and we have our first. It's not even election day it's caucus day coming up You know it's it's not Individuals casting a vote. They're air showing their organizing strengthen Iowa how is impeachment going to feed feature there and how in particular. I think it will be interesting going to see. Does it affect Joe Biden. It has been the only person who has not been hurt by. This is probably Bernie Sanders because he's a movement candidate and movement candidates don't need their candidate on the ground rubbing people up as much. There's something else going on. I think it is deeply hurt. Amy Kluber showers campaign and probably Elizabeth Warren Campaign as well Joe Biden because they're not there because they're not there This impeachment has gone through the week including on Saturday..

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"amy kluber" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"amy kluber" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"If this is the problem with issuing purity tests you cannot yourself pass Wanna you cover politics politics two thousand twenty race? What did we see play last night? Yeah Full I. I want to clarify for our listeners. Who might not know why we're talking about wine caves on a debate? Stage shot a lot out of the candidates piled on southbound mayor. Buddha judge for host holding was being hosted for a fundraiser in a wine cave where nine hundred dollars bottles of wine were served it was hosted by billionaire former ambassador. So that's kind of the root of what they're talking about there but we really saw break open. As Buddha judge has risen in the polls he is increasingly becoming the target of love jobs from his rivals. He and Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth. Warren have been in this long running debate over transparency and openness with each with Warren putting getting a lot of pressure on him to open up his razors which is now doing to oppress pool to disclose his bundler. Something that he is now done he also took a lot of hits from. Amy Klobuchar the senator from Minnesota. Who talked about his lack of experience comparatively and how in the past debate? She felt am paraphrasing here that he belittled the experience on the other hand. That's on the stage him. Being a mayor standing by these folks have former vice president several sitting senators. And what have you so let me play. A clipper listener so they can experience that as well senator. Amy Kluber took aim at at Buda judge pointing to those comments from the last debate. He criticized the Philo candidate experience in Washington as something detrimental. Here's what Senator Klobuchar had to say. Well you can dismiss committee hearings. I think this experience works and I have not denigrated your experiences. A local official. I have been one you know. I just think you should respect our experience. When.

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"amy kluber" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

12:49 min | 2 years ago

"amy kluber" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

"Five percent back at Walmart online games for the kids headphones for dad a laptop for mom doesn't matter you get five percent back at Walmart online what do the United States join every other country and say healthcare is like with will environmental policy got to confront the existential threat of and soon what are those policies where where's she sort of teaching herself Amy Kluber show is a.

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"amy kluber" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

09:38 min | 2 years ago

"amy kluber" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

"Alex Thompson was at the Democratic presidential debate where he couldn't help but notice the way many of the candidates were starting to focus in on the front runner Elizabeth Warren the took issue with their stance on healthcare on regulating the Internet and then there was one moment in particular where Amy Kluber sharp brushed off Warren's controversial tax plan but I want to give a reality check here to Elizabeth because no one on this stage wants to protect billionaires not even the billionaire ones to protect billionaire we just have different approaches your idea is not the only idea and annoyance enclosures voice that that somehow Warren seems to think she knows better than everyone else it was familiar to Alex because it's exactly the kind of criticism he's been hearing from people who used to work with and under President Obama so we went back to tell Warren's political origin story I found this time period of her life fascinating for a lot of reasons but one of the main reasons was that she was selected for this completely powerless oversight panel for the Tarp Bailout Quick Reminder Warren came to prominence leading an obscure congressional oversight panel after the financial crash of two thousand eight but the panel of you actually the legislation I really only had one power which was it was tasked with writing a monthly report and it could hold hearings as well albany couldn't subpoena witnesses so you know it's really sort of a useless thing but she managed to make this obscure panel headed by a Harvard law professor that most people never heard of I'm into this national bully pulpit of populist rage you and in some ways I think filled a bit of a void that the Obama Administration has left open by choosing not to engage in such populist rhetoric well let's talk about your article because I read it and in your telling I thought about Elizabeth Warren in a new way I thought about her kind of a progressive Newt Gingrich and I'll explain why which is she had this issue which was economic security for Americans getting people out of bankruptcy and she had tried advocating for it in a lot of different ways after the financial crisis she gets tapped to get into the political fray which had done before a little bit but this was new and then the same way that Newt Gingrich sort of saw c-span and recognize it's power I felt like Elizabeth Warren recognized the power of Youtube end media more generally and just sort of went for it it do you agree with that assessment I mean I think it is under appreciated how media savvy she was and I think she he media savvy sort of as a as a method of last resort because she didn't have much power you know she veering much you know the panel had the power was tasked with writing a report every month month report became a monthly media tour uh she would start out at around five am aid would come to the hotel she was saying at and bring her an egg mcmuffin and start at five am MPR go to Fox and friends she appear Michael Moore documentaries basically anyone and everyone that wanted to talk she would talk to and often was yeah well I think they realized that Fox and friends wanted her on in part because she was going to bash the administration's recovery effort but she didn't care it was about getting her message out talk a little bit about what Elizabeth Warren was advocating for that the Obama Administration was hesitant to do yeah so I mean the fundamental critique Sheikh that she has the main one that she has there was not even close to the sense of urgency to bail out homes owners who were being foreclosed on are facing foreclosure that there was to bail out the banks and it was I think that there's one question about how much urgency the administration was showing towards potential different victims you know the well connected versus the not more connected I think the other main critique that she would have is that the administration's response was sort of two was sort of like putting a bandage on the system rather than realizing how much the system had rotted I mean there are two ways to see this which is how catfight or this is a cabinet of rivals right these are people with different ideas clashing in coming together with the express purpose of finding a compromise wonder it sounds like the Obama officials you talked to though they didn't see it that way well no big and I think part of that is because you know President Obama and the administration you know they never picked her you know she elbowed her way into that room and made her priorities clear you say that they never picked her when you say that what do you mean because it's my impression that she was selected for the panel the administration but am I getting it wrong no so she selected for the panel literally By Senator Harry Reid she started her work work for the congressional panel actually in December before Obama was inaugurated no other choice in that circumstance believes that it had a choice until you moved in hearings broadcast on C. Span and if you watch these hearings now what's clear is that she did not pull punches even if she was fighting with someone in her own thirty like Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner Mister Secretary I come from world of chapter eleven people default all the time they negotiate but they do not bring up to myself again I apologize all of this would play out in these public hearings you describe one in twenty ten where what was fascinating to me was that before the hearing everything was fine everyone's in an anteroom how you doing what's going on and then as soon as the cameras go on and Elizabeth Warren is you know take is in front of Timothy Geithner she's just ripping into him yeah I mean it's the person that recounted the anteroom story to me so he was he was a Republican and he was brought on by Mitch McConnell teams professor in Kentucky and he was just gobsmacked I mean he he just remembers like Oh they're pleasant they seem to be friends and he's just remembers being at the hearing and just being wide eyed and just done what would have been invulnerable to that collapsed I'm losing the logic mister secretary if Goldman Sachs memoir are you are are often a little bit papered over but he just can't Tim Geithner's can't help but express his his frustration in the memoirs he says that he felt the entire exercise where essentially just show trials and made for Youtube spectacles and they thought they weren't serious and that she was just in better at imputing our motives than you know offering anything substantive but the arguments of the Tim get lighteners and the Larry Summers they had real logic behind their ideas the idea was we're gonNA pump money into the banks and that money well then spread out throughout the economy and will kind of revive everyone and I wonder why she didn't he at that way I think that she saw that as the bare minimum you know she looks back at those years and she's like great you save the Banks and you prevent a great depression well done nice job now what but part of the reason why someone like Tim Geithner didn't I wanNA say give direct aid to homeowners who were underwater was because of the optics and the folks who were angry because they were dealing with party activists who were worried that if you're going to give money to a homeowner who had gotten a loan on the basis of their mortgage and added a second bathroom in their house that you know why am I tax payer guy over here paying for your mistake that's absolutely right I mean it's it's so easy.

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"amy kluber" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"amy kluber" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Hell. That's what he said today adding that they're largely African American and that they really appreciate what I'm doing. A._B._C.'s careful of just live at the White House tonight and cure the president also pushing back against those accusations that he's racist and here's what he said today. I am the least racist person there is anywhere in the world what I've done for african-americans endure on a half years. No president has been able to do anything like it and cure the president speaking today Jamestown Virginia Commemorating Four Hundred Years of representative government here but a number of lawmakers decided to skip the speech. That's right David Virginia's legislative Or who did show up and he took the opportunity to protest shouting Mr President. You cannot send us back. Virginia is our home a reference. You'll remember member to the racist chant that broke out at the president's most recent rally in Greenville North Carolina David Phillips at the White House. Thank you cure and tonight that issue of race in Nisa rhetoric lately will likely come up during this newest Democratic presidential debate another likely topic front runner Joe Biden even though he won't be on the stage tonight on night one in fact look at this a new National National Quinnipiac poll says the former vice president increasing his lead with thirty four percent of Democratic voters now supporting him Elizabeth Warren Kamala Harris Bernie Sanders people to judge all trailing behind aligned so let's get right to Mary Bruce. She's live in Detroit for the debate tonight and Mary. This is a make or break moment really for many of the candidates. They got to try to break through the pack and it's a large one. We'll David for so many of the candidates on the wings here tonight who have been struggling to break through. They have to have some kind of moment here if they wanNA survive as for the candidates in that Middle Tier like Amy Kluber H._r.. Beto rourke and Pete Buddha judge they're also looking for a much needed boost. These moderate candidates are trying to distinguish themselves from their progressive rivals on issues like health care and education and but they're also trying to make the case that they invest appeal to those voters in the key swing states David Mary. Let's laser it onto others because right at the center tonight Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren Campaign and similar similar issues they both teamed up in the past but of course the big question tonight. Will they take each other on David. The focus here is all on these two Progressive Powerhouses Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders are running on many of the same issues. They're fighting for the same voters they are close friends and political allies. Tonight is going to test their truce but both both campaigns. Tell us this is simply. not the night are going after each other David Mary Bruce with US live from Detroit. Mary thank you and overseas to Italy now and a new turn in the case of those two American teenagers Sater's accused of killing a police officer authorities tonight now revealing an image of the seven inch knife that they say was used in the attack A._B._C.. Senior foreign correspondent. Ian Panel is in Rome tonight. The murder weapon used to kill an Italian policeman allegedly by an American teenager the blade seven inches long according into please plunged into the officer eleven times sometimes to the hilt police say eighteen year old Gabriel Natale and nineteen year old Finnegan Melda from California Sonja confessing to the stabbing officer Mareo Church Yellow Rageh after a drug deal gone bad depair allegedly stole a backpack from this spot later demanding bannon cashing cocaine for its return. They were spotted on surveillance running away but when police finally confronted them it allegedly turned violence leash thanks today the prosecutor saying L. declaim he was thrown to the ground and didn't know the men were please and he started stabbing. The surviving officer insisted they identified themselves as police and showed badges. He says he's partner fell to the ground crying. They stab me tonight a close family member confirming to A._B._C. Easy News New Finnegan Elderly was arrested in twenty sixteen for being involved in a prearranged fighter to party but insisting he doesn't have a criminal record. David Ian the panel in Italy tonight Ian Thank you back here now. The president's nominee to be the nation's number two military officer defending himself against allegations of sexual misconduct Air Force General John on heightened telling a Senate panel quote..

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"amy kluber" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"amy kluber" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"But but in the meantime, let's hear what Minnesota democratic Senator Amy klobuchar said it her CNN townhall on Monday about her desire to bring in middle class voters who supported a President Trump and the two thousand sixteen election and wanting to bring them back into the Democratic Party is not just the middle of the country. It's really the entire middle class across the country that we have to have policies. Ideas and bread and butter ideas that show that we have their back, and it doesn't matter the color of anyone skin. If we need to show we have their back and the problem is that message got loss. Let's democratic Senator Amy kluber show on Monday. Well, let us indeed. Now, go to the phones Matt is calling from New Orleans. Matt you're on the air. Hi. So it's funny. I was just watching an episode of the west wing last night where the subject was the electability of Matt Santos in in that fictional world. And and there was a lot of discussion of the presidential voice. Does he have the presidential voice in? What does that mean? And it really made me wonder are their conflicts between what we tell ourselves that we want what we what we what we prefer consciously, and what our subconscious kind of pre programmed to be looking for in in a in an electable candidate. And so mad. I mean, how do you answer that question for yourself? I think that there could be some conflict there, frankly. And it was it was really interesting to watch, you know, in in in that in that that show again, it's a fictional show. That was that was based so much on what what had happened in the Clinton years, and what was happening in the present time in the Bush years. But Matt Santos was the diverse candidate. He was the Hispanic congressman from from Texas in a field of all white males. And so it was interesting to see how you know thirteen or fourteen years ago that was grappled with versus today. But I'm looking for somebody who's going to be willing to be courageous and step out. And and have a voice that maybe not that might not be so popular even on the left. And I think somebody who represents that to me is is Senator Cory Booker. I think that he pauses to our better our better angels. And and sometimes you know, that doesn't fly with with folks who are your anti-trump, and and that sort of thing interesting. Well, Matt thank you so much for your call. Let's. Go to Peter who's calling from Buxton? Maine, Peter you're on the air. Greetings honored to be able to participate. I'm thinking this democracy is having a sort of. I have a dream two point. Oh, if bent here were being challenged to judge people's character irregardless of the color of their skin. Now, I'm looking at a fella in the White House with a persona that really irritates me. And I'm seeing some candidates on the horizon with a counterpoint to that persona..

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"amy kluber" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

07:00 min | 2 years ago

"amy kluber" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"It's the Democrats fault. I just see his point. No. I. Totally sees point. He's over there. Trying to make peace with North Korea. And the Democrats have the chutzpah to bring Michael Cohen in and talk to him. And and. Yeah. What are they thinking? You can't take off his game. Seriously. I have to think that that. He was just I think he didn't want to say that I've been I was distracted. That's what he's saying. Without saying it. Yeah. I was distracted because I was concerned about what the the fixer was telling you couldn't concentrate on little chubby. It's like a kid blaming his parents for having ice cream in the fridge. It's their fault. That's exactly what it is. Pretty funny chubby. The the little little Trumpster, by the way, Joe Biden, I guess he praised vice president Pence during some sort of a a speech, he's another one with the gas. I mean, you're gonna you know what I mean? Like if Trump for some reason doesn't hang on and win the second time around. It's gotta be by just just for the sake of the show. You're saying is we can't have Trump. Don, Don senior we want Don also senior. But but junior. No, no, we want we want Joe Biden. That's what I'm eating. Talking about continue. Okay. So he's Thursday was talking university of Nebraska Omaha at a forum there, and and he was he was talking about number of different topics domestic foreign policy, and I guess he was talking about foreign policy. It said nice words to say about pets. See I don't know what he's doing here. I think in the last time he's talking to you see said he agreed with Trump walking away from North Korea. Then he was talking about Pence saying, you know, he's a good, man. A low limit. False sense of security, whatever. I don't know what what he's working on what he's doing. But the problem is Mike Pence has not been. A friend to the gay community. And so the gay community got involved the LGBTQ community got involved, and I guess they got angry with with Biden. He said the matter of fact of the matter of the fact is it is what's followed on. It was followed by a guy who's a decent guy. Our vice president who stood before a group of allies and leaders. This is what Biden said about Pence, I'm here on behalf of President Trump. He said there was dead. Silence. Biden told a crowd of more than three hundred four he said that even the Pence is a staunch conservative evangelical Christian. He had a long track track record of, you know, knowing the foreign policy and he's good with that. But you're also a long track record of actually being anti G Btk, you know, the rest of the rest, I can't you track. So. They got involved to go your Mike Pence as a career of attacking the rights and equal dignity of our people are women other marginalized communities have you back, then then Biden how to walk it back. Well, I I was talking about Pinson foreign policy. I was talking about that. All it takes is saying. Yeah, you know, I support pens. They they don't really read what he was talking about. How about don't talk about them at all just talk about what you're gonna do. But if you're going to run for president. That's what people wanna hear. So here's who is really for president my favorite political named so far former governor of Colorado John Hickenlooper said today, he's running for president early rolls off the tongue president president Hickenlooper today. It's a tough one that could that could be the worst presidential name ever if he wins. Although President Bush was actually pretty good. I can't wait for the Hickenlooper twenty twenty six Hickenlooper. Don't be a party pooper votes for Hickenlooper. He said he can be a UniteR. That's what they all say. Hey, dude. And I know you come from a state that legalize weed, and maybe you've been catching some contact highs or whatever it is. But nobody could be a unifier this country. Nobody not one that one presidential candidate can unify the Republicans or the Democrats, it ain't happening. It's a dysfunctional relationship that will continue till the end of time until they changed the whole thing. So you could say that. But it it's not. So he's one of twelve by the way, the other one that I guess is running is the Senator Amy kluber char from Minnesota. They should go on the same ticket two of them. Yeah. I like both names. What was it Hickenlooper? Kluber char Kubitschek twenty twenty. I know you can say those words if you could say both teams, we got your vote. She made light of a reputation for being verbally abusive to staffers. Oh, there goes that one because that's been the rumor about her she verbally abuses her staffers. And so she joked about this. I guess that. That's the way you get around to make jokes about it. So she said this as her reasons gridiron club dinner. She says how did everybody likes the salad? She goes. I thought it was. Okay. But it needed a little bit of scalpels pitch of dandruff. Okay. So why would she say that she's referring to report that said she used a comb to eat a salad on an airplane in two thousand eight after an eight forgot to bring her a fork. Where's my fork? Oh, you didn't bring I guess similar to eat the salad with Mike home. She's trying to make the point eight the salad with her com. So I guess that's the word. I got her on her. I mean, it'd would be rude to my staff to if they made me eat a salad with a cone knowing she did it because she wanted to prove a point obviously to raid. If you have nothing else to eat it with they kind of made her I'm on her side here. Okay. I apparently, she's she's one of those types. It's very abusive. So you need here is that. And that's another one that doesn't have a shot specials. Minnesota spigham Minnesota. 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"amy kluber" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"amy kluber" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"We now look at it a generation later in look at some of the repercussions or implicate of that. And whether it's good or bad to look at history in twenty twenty hindsight, Elliot to the historical political scientist of, but but that's going to be one of the challenges that she faces. Well, I mean, we could say twenty nine thousand nine is looking at the past. But it's also a matter of the record that she's running on. So I just wanna play an ad that Senator Amy kluber sharp. I re I man in two thousand six when she was running for the Senate in Minnesota. And she talks about her very record as a prosecutor. My job is to hold people accountable when they break the law Amy klobuchar for eight years, she's runner prosecutor's office. We've gone after scam artists child abusers murderers, we've and put a judge in prison. This is a judge who stole money from the Bank account of a mentally disabled woman who he was supposed to protect. He was a democrat. And so am I but that didn't matter because it's guy had to go to jail. I believe in. Standing up for people without fear or favor. Isn't that what they should be doing in Washington? I'm Amy klobuchar and I approve this message that's an ad from two thousand six when Senator AB closure. I ran for the Senate Elena Schneider jump in here. How much do you think closures track record or or history as a prosecutor will factor into how primary voters see her in this race? I think it could be a part of how they see her. But look, I think that there are some much more glaring concerns that the liberal base is going to have about Amy klobuchar before they even get to her prosecutorial record a lot of which we covered in the town hall, which was first when they asked about Medicare for all she said that that was something to work towards, but that she would prefer something like a public option to start. She called the green new deal aspirational. And then when she was asked by student, and again, remember this town hall was held at at a on a college campus a student asked about whether or not she supported free four year college at public universities. And she said flatly. No, so Elena hint. Hang on here. Just because we have a segment of moment from that segment you're talking about. Let's listen to what more of what Amy klobuchar had to say about free four year college. I am not for free four year college for all no. Let me ask you this. Because. And I wish if I was a magic genie and could give that to everyone and we could afford it. I would I'm just trying to find a mix of incentives and make sure kids that are in need. That's why I talked about expanding. Pell grants can go to college and be able to afford it so Schneider. That's the moment. There you're referring to. But the question is as you were getting to our democratic primary voters, many of whom sent this wave of change to congress in the two thousand eighteen midterms. Are they ready to hear the kluber sharp message? Well, I think some certainly are. And I think that that's why you heard sort of a smattering applause, even after she said that because I do think that there is an interest among some moderate Democrats to sort of not over promise here to not sort of go overboard in terms of the the policies that somebody like Senator Bernie Sanders has really pushed for that. They think that look you need to also figure out a way to pay for those sorts of things. And so I think that there's certainly segment of the democratic electorate that's interested in what she has to say. The problem is is that is that ally is that segment going. To be too small compared to the potentially much larger group who are interested in sort of those bigger bolder progressive policies that somebody like Bernie Sanders is putting forward Tricia Lopez. We got about thirty seconds before we have to take a quick break. But what's your thought on that? You know, the the issue is looking at what's doable? And Sanders agenda is is massive..

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"amy kluber" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

08:15 min | 2 years ago

"amy kluber" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Your chance to get in below sixteen hundred may be gone forever. Now I own. Amazon so discount that for line of the green if you want. But I think it's a terrific terrific stock, and I believe in the future. I do believe in the future even a future with the with a shutdown. Chuck Todd, add Mick Mulvaney on yesterday talk about the shutdown. Here's what Mick told Chuck about it cut number fifteen. Two different questions. Let's talk first about how close we are to deal. I honestly don't know. Because it depends on who you listen to. In fact, I think what we're seeing now in these negotiations and again at the White House at the request of all the parties on the hill is sorta step back. We're still participating we're still listening. We're still talking, but we're not leading the in the negotiations were sitting there watching what's happening. And what we hear is just as varied as what you just played out. It sorta depends on who you talk to. I've heard that there may be a deal with as much as two point one or two point five billion dollars for for border fence, then I hear that there may be zero or as little as eight hundred million for the border fence. There's one democrat who apparently wants to not only reduce the spending this year, but go back and take money away from previous years that hasn't been spent yet. So it's all over the map. And I think it's all over the map because of the Democrats and all over the map because of what you just played on the introduction to this segment. Two billion is the number. We keep caring for though, this this additional money. He wanted to five point seven two. Seems to be the number that everybody's circling is that an acceptable number. This is how the president looks at it and agree or disagree with him. You may agree disagree, folks. Watching this may have different opinions about it for the president really does believe that there is a national security crisis and humanitarian crisis at the border, and he will do something about it. So whether or not he gets one point six billion dollars from congress whether or not he gets two point five or five point seven he's going to do whatever he legally can to secure that border. So you have to look at this. I think check in terms of the larger the larger agreements regarding what we're going to do on this other. So is it fair to say, whatever congress, a handsome he'll sign he just may not be enthusiastic about it. I don't think so not ready to go the definitive we cannot definitively rule out of government shutdown end of this week. You absolutely cannot. And here's why okay, let's say for sake of this discussion that the Democrats prevail and the hardcore left wing, Democrats, prevail was a democrat congresswoman. Who put on a tank yesterday about zero dollars for DHS? So let's say the hardcore left wing of the democrat party prevails this negotiation, and they put a Bill on the president's desk with zero money for the wallet eight hundred million absurdly, low number how does he sign that? He cannot in good faith sign that it takes a presidential signature spending. Bill. Can you imagine two different questions? Let's talk. I could happen. All I can tell you is it can happen. Stay tuned. If the Democrats are unreasonable, the President Trump it if they're reasonable. He will and I do not rule out a declaration of national emergency. And I teach my class on Thursday. Youngstown sheet into one of the most famous cases in the supreme court, and there are bike seven opinions and nine opinions and the Pirker him opinion saying Harry Truman can't sees the steel mills and then six agreeing and three dissenting. I don't know. How many there were lots? I always teach the black opinion mostly Justice Jackson's opinion, which explains the zones of presidential power zone. One floodtide of presidential authority is when the president acts with the backing of the congress, even so that's not sufficient over all the constitution. As we saw with a bunch of the detainee bills in the first decade of the century following nine eleven congress would empower the president to handle detainees at Gitmo in a particular fashion and the zone run the president, and the congress agreed on what to do in the in the supreme court said, Nope, not good enough and found it unconstitutional so zone. One is not necessarily constitutional. But it usually is zone. Three is when the president has been explicitly forbidden to do what he proposes to do. Or she proposes to do in the future that zone one the low tide presidential that zone three excuse me, the low tide of presidential thorny zone to which Justice Jackson described with great. Extended analogies citing among others Joseph and the story of interpreting Pharaoh's dreams is where the president acts as commander in chief and executive of the wedge taking care to faithfully execute. The laws the chief executive the United States and congress had given him some thority but hasn't spoken specifically to the authorities requested that so two and so the president's in zone two if he declares a national emergency. And we just don't know how that's going to turn out anybody who tells you. They know is lying. We don't know. It depends on this court their view of the unitary executive the money that the president uses the people that he uses to build it. The president cannot authorize new appropriations individually. He can use money lying around. That's not designated for a particular use and put it into the construction of border barriers and he can use the army, by the way to build it near mcchord engineers, so watch that space. Nobody knows what talk with Tien San Antonio. Good morning. You're on the Hugh Hewitt Show. How are you? You. When it comes to be a lady from Minnesota, and whether or not she is appropriate, and it's good enough person rapper president or whatever it is. Hardcore leftist, and there are no good ones. And you know, it's it's kind of it's it's disingenuous to even assume that they if there are any moderate Democrats did breakthrough that they're even going to have boys within the Democratic Party. You know? So that's kind of where they're at. And and you hang out lot allotted MSNBC with Chuck Todd and Stephanie role and all this, and I kind of feel like you're a truckload event collect with a teaspoon of wisdom. And it's really hard to swallow sometimes because you're taking over for Bill Bennett who was always he's like Dennis Prager. And and you you're difficult to listen to because I you know, you you were the one who called for Donald Trump to step down after the Billy Bush. He needs to give it to Mike Pence mismatch, and you know, all the way up to the football game. You're calling for them to play the game over again. I'm listening to you. And I'm like, what is this guy? Talking about wrap wrapping up. There are no good left. Is. There are no good left tight. You're always welcome to call. I love people like you. But they share replayed the game. You know that don't you? No, that's a terrible tie the game that was injustice here. Bill Bennett agrees with me on that nobody'll agrees. Bill Bill agrees with me, and you can call not everybody knows that that was illegitimate. That's why the the the patriots won the crime Victorian play the better team. They play the worst team patriots fan. You're really a patriots fan, aren't you? That's what you are. You set your from Texas and you're really from Boston. You want to you you came in here representing yourself as a Dallas Cowboys fan, and you really from patriot land you people. All right. Thank you. Thank you, buddy. Be. Well. Was quite a call. I'm looking at Sonny bunch sixteen hours ago. God some staffers going to get such a beating tonight because it has a picture. Amy, kluber chart the beginning of the speech and at the end of the state. I don't think she Searcy Lancaster. I really don't. I we've been going up there. A long time. I don't think she is Amy the Impaler. But when a story gets legs like this, then sunny bunch comes God some staffers gonna get such a beating tonight because at the beginning of the speech. It does look like the craziest place in the world to hold people went out of there with frostbite. They went out there with with blackened toes and limbs they had saws at the side of the road to take off limbs. All right time to tell you about relief factor, which will not help frostbite, but it will help if you got if you fell down on the ice.

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"amy kluber" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

08:50 min | 2 years ago

"amy kluber" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Andrew and Todd. Dot com. Pre-market report the market seems to like the news that the president may be getting close to a deal with China. The s&p is up eleven points this morning in pre-market trading. The NASDAQ is up over a half percent thirty nine points. And the Dow is up one hundred and fourteen points in pre-market trading, which is point four five percent. I'm telling you if a deal get struck with China, the market's going to go crazy. I always use Amazon as a proxy for the tech sector was off twenty six bucks on Friday. It's up almost eighteen this morning in pre-market trading back above sixteen hundred your your chance to get in below sixty nine hundred may be gone forever. Now, I own Amazon so discount that for of the green if you want. But I think it's a terrific terrific stock, and I believe in the future. I do believe in the future even a future with a with a shutdown. Chuck Todd, add Mick Mulvaney on yesterday talking about the shutdown. Here's what Mick told Chuck about it cut number fifteen. Two different questions. Let's talk first about how close we are to deal. I honestly don't know. Because it depends on who you listen to. In fact, I think what we're seeing now in these negotiations and again at the White House at the request of all the parties on the hill to step back. We're still participating we're still listening. We're still talking, but we're not leading the in the negotiations were sitting there watching what's happening. And what we hear is just as varied as what you just played out. It sorta depends on who you talk to. I've heard that there may be a deal with as much as two point one or two point five billion dollars for for a border fence. Then I hear that there may be zero or as little as eight hundred million for the border fence. There's one democrat who apparently wants to not only reduce the spending this year, but go back and take money away from freebie issues that hasn't been spent yet, so it's all over the map. And I think it's all over the map because of the Democrats and all over the map because of what you just played on the introduction to the segment. Two billion is the number. We keep hearing for though, this this additional money. He wanted to five point seven two. Seems to be the number that everybody's circling is that an acceptable number. This is the president looks at it and agree or disagree with him. You may agree may disagree, folks. Watching this may have different things about it for the president really does believe that there is a national security crisis and humidity humanitarian crisis at the border, and he will do something about it. So whether or not he gets one point six billion dollars from congress whether or not he gets two point five or five point seven he's going to do whatever he legally can to secure that border. So you have to look at this. I think Chuck in terms of the larger the larger agreements regarding what we're going to do on this other. So is it fair to say, whatever congress, a handsome he'll sign he just may not be enthusiastic about it. I don't think so not ready to go there. We cannot definitively rule out of government shutdown at the end of this week. You absolutely cannot. And here's why okay, let's say for sake of this discussion that the Democrats prevail and the hardcore left wing Democrats, prevail was democrat congresswoman who put out a tent yesterday about zero dollars for DHS. Let's say the hardcore left wing of the democrat party prevails negotiation, and they put a Bill on the president's desk with zero money for the wall or eight hundred million absurdly low number how does he sign that? He cannot in good faith sign that it takes a presidential signature spending. Bill. Can you imagine two different questions? Let's talk first they could happen. All I can tell you is it can happen. Stay tuned. If the Democrats are unreasonable, the President Trump signing if they're reasonable. He will and I do not rule out a declaration, national emergency. And I teach Micon law class on Thursday. Youngstown sheet into one of the most famous cases in history the supreme court, and there are like seven opinions and nine opinions and the Pirker him opinion saying Harry Truman can't sees the steel mills and then six agreeing and three dissenting. I don't know. How many there were lots? I always teach the black opinion mostly Justice Jackson's opinion, which explains the zones of presidential power zone. One flood tide the presidential authority is when the president acts with the backing of the congress, even so that's not sufficient to a rule the constitution. As we saw with a bunch of the detainee bills in the first decade of the century following nine eleven congress would empower the president to handle detainees at Gitmo in a particular fashion and the zone one the president, and the congress agreed on what to do and the in the supreme court said, Nope, not good enough and founded unconstitutional so zone. One is not necessarily constitutional. But it usually is zone. Three is when the president has been explicitly forbidden to do what he proposes to do. Or she proposes to do in the future that zone one the low tide presidential zone three excuse me, the low tide of presidential thorny zone to which Justice Jackson described with great. Extended analogies citing among others Joseph and the story of interpreting Pharaoh's dreams is where the president axes commander in chief and executive of the ledge taking care to faithfully execute. The laws the chief executive United States and congress has given him some thority but hasn't spoken specifically to the authorities requested that so too and so the president's in zone two if he declares a national emergency. And we just don't know how that's going to turn out anybody who tells you. They know is lying. We don't know. It depends on this court their view of the unitary executive the money that the president uses the people that he uses to build it. The president cannot authorize new appropriations individually. He can use money lying around. That's not designated for a particular use and put it into the construction of border barriers and he can use the army, by the way to build it near mcchord engineers, so watch that space. Nobody knows what talk with tie in San Antonio. Good morning tie. You're on the Hugh Hewitt Show. How are you? Hey, listen when it comes to the lady from Minnesota, and whether or not she is appropriate and good enough. I Russell president or whatever it is. Hardcore leftist, and there are no good ones. And you know, it's it's kind of it's it's disingenuous to even assumed that they if there are any moderate Democrats that breakthrough that they're even going to have a voice within the Democratic Party. You know? So that's kind of where they're at. And and you hang out a lot at MSNBC with Chuck Todd and Stephanie role and all this, and I kind of feel like you're a truckload of intellect with a teaspoon of wisdom. And it's really hard to swallow sometimes because you're taking over for Bill Bennett who was always he's like Dennis Prager. And and you difficult to listen to because I you know, you you were the one who called for Donald Trump to step down after the Billy Bush. He needs to give it to Mike bad mismatch. And you know, all the way up through the football team. You're calling for them to play the game over again. I'm listening to you. And I'm like, what is this guy? Talking about sort of wrapping up. There are no good last year. There are no good left tire. You're always welcome to call. I love you. But they share replayed the game. You know that don't you? No. A terrible press guy played the game that was injustice here. Bill Bennett agrees with me on that. Nobody hill agrees that Bill Bill agrees with me, and you can call them not everybody knows that that was illegitimate. That's why the the the patriots won the crown Victoria and play the better team. They play the worst team patriots fan. You're really a patriots fan, aren't you? That's what you are. You said you're from Texas and you're really from Boston. You want you you came in here representing yourself as a Dallas Cowboys fan, and you're really from patriot land you people. All right. Thank you. Thank you be. Well. Was quite a call. I'm looking at Sonny bunch sixteen hours ago. God some staffers gonna get such a beating tonight because it has a picture Amy kluber chart the getting of the speech and at the end of the state. I don't think she Searcy Lancaster. I really don't. I we've been going up there. A long time. I don't think she is Amy the Impaler. But when a story gets legs like this, then sunny bunch comes God some staffers gonna get such a beating tonight because at the beginning of the speech. It does look like the craziest place in the world to hold people went out of there with frostbite. They went up there with with with the blackened toes and limbs they had saws at the side of the road to take off limbs. All right time to tell you about relief factor, which will not help frostbite, but it will help if you got if you fell down on the ice.

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"amy kluber" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"amy kluber" Discussed on WTVN

"Democrat running for president Minnesota Senator Amy kluber shore making it official on a cold snowy day in her home state must be governed not from chaos, but from not by wallowing over what's wrong, but by marching inexorably toward what's right? She joins a crowded field. That includes four women now serving in congress, President Trump tweeting that he may be getting closer to declaring a national emergency on border security that would give them funding his border wall without having to go to congress for it. A bipartisan group of lawmakers tasked with coming up with the deal onboard security has reportedly hit a wall with less than a week to another government shutdown can't come to an agreement on this spending Bill they could agree to you know, what we call the continuing resolution, which basically is keeping the funding at the current levels until the end of the year that would have a little bit of money for the president's border wall not much, and it would have spending levels lower than what they've been negotiating. So. Democrats wouldn't like it either. Nobody really like it. But it would keep the government open. ABC news chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl a week after a racist photo emerged in his medical school yearbook. Virginia governor Ralph Northam still refuses to resign. ABC's aggregation Richmond. Governor is showing no signs of stepping down addressing the controversy in an interview with the Washington Post saying I want to heal that pain, and I want to make sure that over Jinyan have equal opportunity. And I think I'm the person that can do that for governor just in Fairfax accused of sexual assault by two women also refuses to step down. And instead is calling for an investigation into the allegations North Carolina congressman Walter Jones has died. He was one of the few Republicans to criticize the Iraq.

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"amy kluber" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

06:20 min | 2 years ago

"amy kluber" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Victoria, Keven Kerry Shelvin and today's day for all of us to remember what tomorrow is about thinking today can be better tomorrow would even be better than today who all right? The cheerleading section will sit down Victoria has something of interest for Meghan, Markle, fans, everywhere and the television show, suits. So what's the story? So Meghan Markle has never publicly spoken about her relationship with her father since she got hooked up basically with Harry, Harry styles. She wishes Prince, Harry, but her father, obviously has been you know, anytime there's a camera on their ears. And so he's done. So many interviews claiming that he has no way of reaching her. He and push each other out of the way to get to the camera. You know, he claims that she that he's called her so many times, and that her number must be changed because she never calls him back. And so now, a group of her closest friends have gotten together, and it's on the cover of this week's people magazine, and some of the friends are are her fellow suits cast mates, and they are just defending her saying, look, she's not going to say anything publicly, but we can and one of the friend said that Thomas Markle knows how to get in touch with Megan telephone number has not changed. He's actually never called her. He's never texted her. And this this girl said it's super painful because Meg apparently all the friends call her Meg was always so dutiful, and she'll always genuinely feel devastated by how he's acted. But at the same time, she also still has sympathy for him because she's a daughter, and so apparently Meghan wrote a letter to to her father after the wedding. Because of course, he missed the wedding hit heart attack. He couldn't go. And so the next morning. He. I guess had received a letter from Megan Markle, and this is another one of the friends. I think this is a girl who actually used on suits. I forget her name now. But she said. She was at the wedding. Yup. Yeah. So she said after the wedding Nagin wrote him a letter she said dad, I'm so heartbroken. I love you. I only have one father, please stop victimising me through the media. So we can repair our relationship. And then the friend went on to say every time her team has come to her and done. Some fact checking that of Thomas Markle of whatever he said, it's always wrong, and she said, it's just another arrow to Meghan Markle's heart, and then he wrote a really long letter back to her in return, and he requested a photo op with his daughter and so- Meghan wrote back to him and said that's the opposite of what I'm saying. I'm telling you, I don't want to communicate through the media. And you're asking me to communicate through the media. Did you hear anything I said, it's almost like we're passing ships. And so apparently that is part of the letter that Meghan wrote to her father and a all of her friends. And and have also said that Samantha Markle the half sister who loves to talk about her. She was never even in Megan's life, and that they barely even have a picture together because they don't. No each other. They technically are siblings, but they could not have been further from actually acting like siblings, and they just were not raised together in the same house, and they don't really have any relationship. And so there is a Thomas junior Markle, and he apparently wants Megan to be at his wedding. But she has the same relationship with him. I e nun that she has with with the older sister. Samantha so it's really nice that Meghan Markle's been trashed in the news, especially in the UK press recently. So it's really nice that she has so many friends and former co workers who are stepping forward and saying look enough is enough here. Like, she's a wonderful person all of them the suits cast has they've all said some of them anonymously in this article have also said they've they've been to the house they've stayed at the cottage with Megan, and Harry, and that Nagin is still the same person who loves to cook for everyone. She loves to make a nice cute cozy home for everybody. And they said that you know, all these reports are just they felt that they had to speak up for. Your friend, which is really sweet, actually, right? All right. So Sarah Rafferty is the woman that you're looking for. She's the Ray redhead, right? They're going to continue. This is the last season of suits. It's been on for nine years and they're bringing Patrick Adams back again. The star is Gabriel macht who's been a character actor all of his career. And this is first lead role. I think he did a great job in the he'll show up in something else. So Megan played Rachel Zane. Her father, who's in the show now stayed with the sort of joined firms and stuff and giving a little background is an actor character actor name window peers that you see everywhere he was an episode last night of of Chicago PD, but he's he's all over the place. So anyway. It just makes you wonder how clueless. How can you be or how self-centered UB maybe that's the better question? Yeah. Mean this guy, obviously doesn't really love his daughter because he wouldn't be doing this stuff. Yep. Speaking of that, some of the people running for the presidency getting scrutinized, I noticed Senator Amy kluber shower is out are we pronounce your gas for Minnesota. Apparently, she has a history of misreading her staff. So there are several articles floating around today and this week about her plans to make an announcement perhaps this weekend about running for president. And she's asked so far three people to lead her presidential campaign. They're all said, no, I don't want to work for you your pain in the neck. So anyway, so the the question I have here is in fairness when a man the mistreat your staff there apparently is some not sexual innuendo to this. But. It borders on this kind of what I read between the lines is a is a sort of a thin line between various types of abuses, and because the people who are coming forward or speaking under condition of anonymity. That means.

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Senator Amy Kluber Shaar, Demi Lovato and NBC discussed on Joe Pags

Joe Pags

02:11 min | 3 years ago

Senator Amy Kluber Shaar, Demi Lovato and NBC discussed on Joe Pags

"The plane there were. No injuries on the ground the crash site was about a mile north west of the north end of the runway at John Wayne airport in Santa Ana plane took off from concord in northern California and was due to landed John Wayne airport and a power company worker is dead after trying to repair damage from the car fire in northern California. Pacific Gas and electric city crew member was killed near reading while working. In a remote wilderness area it's the seven th death attributed, to that, fire. Mark Mayfield NBC News Radio the top democrat on the Senate rules committee says she's Worried that the midterm. Elections could be hacked I'm very concerned that you could have a hack then, finally went through you have twenty one states that were hacked into they didn't find out, about it for a. Year Minnesota Senator Amy kluber Shaar told NBC's meet the press the president is undermining. National security with claims that were Russian hoax and raising real concerns stressed the need to. Pass, the secure elections act which she is sponsoring the legislation. Would require state and federal agencies to. Coordinate more closely in sharing information on potential threats authorities have arrested six people in connection with the alleged assassination attempt on Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro Monica Nelson the details the nation's interior minister said this Salan are in custody and being accused of terrorism and assassination Madeira survived an attempt on his life when explosive drones went off during a speech he. Was giving a military event he's blaming the attack on far right elements. In Columbia's outgoing president Juan manual Santos seven members of the, country's national, guard. Were also hurt that Madero escaped unharmed Monica Nelson, NBC NewsRadio even low levels. Of. Air pollution can cause heart problems that's the finding of a new, study, out of Queen Mary university in London researchers looked at nearly four thousand healthy people. And found those living next to a busy road. We're more likely to, develop enlarged ventricles is likely a result of increased. Exposure nitrogen dioxide in it similar to the early. Stages of heart failure singer Demi Lovato, released a statement. Saying she's ready to focus on her sobriety and recovery after an. Apparent drug overdose Levada released a statement saying she needs time to heal, and focus on her. Sobriety and her road to recovery she thanked her family team the staff at cedars Sinai hospital and. Also her fans about on notice she's always been transparent about her addiction and she, realizes it's, not something, that can. Just disappear with time these singers stressed she'll keep fighting and Tom.

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"amy kluber" Discussed on Geek News Central Audio

Geek News Central Audio

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"amy kluber" Discussed on Geek News Central Audio

"If you're in mexico thailand philippines you can get almost any none hard narcotic drug over the counter at a legitimate pharmacy without prescription if you want to for example kit amoxicillin or any other type of antibiotic per se you can go to almost any drugstore outside in many countries outside the united states especially in asia and you can just buy the medicine right over the counter now we all know that there's big risk for people doing this on their own but that's the way it is in other countries so you may see when you're searching for a specific drug you may see it offered online but it's generally in a country that has this type of ability to do that and i don't know how just because we have much much tighter controls a pharmacies here in the united states how they're going to enforce this or ask google to block this type of mation so i i don't think this is going to go through but both senator dianne feinstein chuck grassley amy kluber car john kennedy and sheldon whitehouse who are members of the senate caucus international carta control believe that the search engines can can lock this stuff out so it's it's interesting potential of some legislation coming to try to do censorship on information on drugs online california's first proposed per ride city tax to raise uber lift prices so basic oakland california is enacting or beginning to float the idea of taxing ride hailing companies like over and lift as a possible way to raise money so they're looking to to add some taxes on a per ride basis i hope they doing this for the taxi companies as well san francisco's projecting fee of twenty cents to dollar parade which would raise about twelve sixty two million dollars annually oakland is looking to add well oakland airport already is imposing three dollars and seventy per passenger fee to were in lift so other cities like chicago are thinking about doing this oh they already do seattle chicago already imposed fees.

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