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"australian senate" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds
"A lesson Democrats have needed. To learn I think you know when we talk about lessons learned here I think it's useful to sort of put a pin in a distinction here because one thing about the Senate is it's unusual rules of parliamentary procedure and another thing about the Senate is unusual apportionment and these are distinct attributes of the United States Senate right around the world. Typically, a legislature operates under a one person one vote world I I don't WanNa say it's unheard of add to have a disproportionate upper house of legislature. But another thing you see in comparative studies that normally. Countries that have a non-proportionate. Countries like Australia countries like Switzerland, the upper house's less powerful than the lower house. But in America, the Senate is more powerful than the house because of the advisor could set will s- right if you had to pick only one body to control, you would want the Senate and the Senate is also more disproportionate than the Australian Senate or the German Africa Scott Bundesrat I think. So it's it's a very unusual. In terms of its apportionment and power. Then separately, it has this a goofball at procedural dorms that you were talking about with the filibuster and I think it's I think it's useful in this regard to take a trip down down memory lane you always like to talk about the Medicare vote count which was in an era of strong filibusters but the the Johnson Administration you know they just in their internal documents. They were counting to fifty right like the view you I'm going to tell the story. It is my favorite story. Yeah. So it's not a lynching bell. So yeah. So this is actually and I I WANNA give I WANNA give credit here's David. Berkman a political scientists at Berkeley who actually turned me found this document sent it to me way back in my Washington Post days, but there is this amazing memo that Mike Mattos, who is the Senate liaisons of the person who runs Senate relations for? President. Lyndon Johnson. So Lyndon Johnson like knows the Senate pretty well gets good. GotTa run it from Mike Manado sends on his boss Lyndon Johnson a note after the nineteen, sixty four elections and he says that if all the senators who won and lost our president accounted for in the new Senate, then Medicare will pass fifty five to forty five. So they are not even they do not even think that they need to plan for the possibility of a filibuster as you sort of gestured to their matt in this period. The only thing that gets routinely filibustered our civil rights laws, I? mean. This is why a lot of people call the filibuster Jim Crow relic true filibuster was invented around Jim Crow. But what is true is at the usage, the filibuster to impose a supermajority requirement on bills passing forward. So of what what Adam Gentlemen would. Would argue in in his book which is coming out soon, I'm called kill switch and his very good hugh-paul sort of like the rule twenty, two filibuster that was pioneered by the southern block in the in the Mid Twentieth Century but he's really only used civil rights bills and then later got picked up as party polarization accelerated by by parties. But Medicare they didn't think Medicare, would get filibustered I mean and back then you would need a two-thirds two thirds vote to break a filibuster so they. Can You? Can you imagine Medicare, it's wild. It's a totally wild. It's a totally wild thing to really sit in and try to understand how differently American politics worked. You know just a couple of decades ago and then something that that I really think people should appreciate If they want to understand you know similar what you're talking about about Joe Biden's mentality right and his You know his thinking Democrats thinking about this is one of the very first. Stories that I covered in DC had to do with the Medicare reform that happened during George W. Bush's administration and this was a very convoluted legislative saga. But the upshot of it was was that one version of Medicare prescription drug benefit passed the house and another version passed the Senate the one that passed the senate had big bipartisan majority behind it. You know classic Senate bipartisanship filibuster leading to compromise whatever, and then they went to a conference committee which. You may remember from the schoolhouse rock video and how a bill becomes a law, but actually has not been used in a long time So it's a conference committee and everybody is sort of pre theoretical understanding going into it was that the conference committee process was going to have to be bipartisan because the Senate bill was bipartisan and House Concert right-wing Congressional people didn't like this whole idea anyway So the final legislation that emerged was. Expected to look more like the Senate bill, the bipartisan belt in the house belt but it didn't he instead the conference committee came out with something that was quite close to the Republicans bill in the House and Max Baucus Zell Miller though defected and they supported this in conference committee and it wound up coming to the floor of the Senate and it passed there was something like fifty four votes in some people thought that Democrats should Philip. Right, 'cause they didn't have sixty votes for There were calls for Filibuster we didn't have twitter at the time, but if twitter had existed, left-wing twitter would have been talking about this but Democrats didn't filibuster it and what they said at the time was like, well, you can't filibuster conference report and You I was in the office and you know so that's interesting. It's not true though that like you can't Filibuster a conference committee report, there's a rule that says that it was just the. Over time we were no longer in that like nineteen sixty understanding of the Senate rules but as of two thousand and four, which was not that long ago right the understanding was you couldn't do a filibuster that way and that bog as the story of the store the Senate in recent decades is simply mistaking word can't for the word didn't exactly. And so the critical thing I think to understand about, Joe? Biden and a lot of democratic senators is that they were they in two thousand four you know what I mean like it. It feels like a lifetime ago if you're young person like two thousand four with some very long time ago. But just in political terms, it seems like a whole other. But. So many of our people in politics still come from that era right and to a lot of them that was a better era and like it's not that far gone in the past and so their instinct when anything happens like in two thousand, seven Democrats have the majority in the House and the Senate, and their idea is that they are going to pass a bunch of popular bills and either Bush will have to sign them or have to veto them and look bad. But Senate, Republicans just filibuster absolutely everything and so Democrats were like not happy about that. But there thought at the time was like we need to go back. We need to go back to the old ways and what you're saying is that it's only now because of the hardball really around A. The Supreme Court seeds that Senate Democrats are giving up on the idea of of going back to a set of norms that you know were abandoned. Really, quite recently, and it Senate Democrats themselves I mean if you if you ask a Democrat, like what happened in the judicial wars, they will say that this garland thing was the most outrageous thing. They ever saw Republicans. You know they talk about Bork I think pretty implausibly but less implausibly they say that shortly after that Medicare prescription drug incident I was talking about Democrats started filibustering some of George W Bush's circuit court appointees and traditionally. Filibuster used for that right and Democrats will say, will the reason they started doing? That is Republicans changed the Blue Slip, world which sort of let home state senators object to be. An eight at the time. This was seen as a real. Norm violation by by Democrats what caused mark touching it to coin the phrase constitutional hard ball because everybody agreed that like you were allowed to do that it just you know was one of those things that just wasn't done but then Democrats started doing it but they had a even as Democrats did that they sort of their goal was to step back from from the brink and and now you're saying that they're ready to give up on that. Yeah. Let's take a break and then I wanna come back and talk about the very particular dynamics of Supreme Court nominations in this. In, preparation for the US elections facebook has taken critical steps to secure their platforms and provided transparency. They've more than tripled their safety and security teams to thirty five thousand people implemented five-step added verification and launched a new voting information center. Learn more about how facebook is preparing at FBI DOT com slash about slash elections that's F. B. 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"australian senate" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"I'm curt Lewis top stories tonight. President Trump saying he's not bluffing about closing parts of the border of Mexico doesn't do something about illegal immigration the latest now from CBS news CBS news update, should the United States closed its border with Mexico. The president has renewed his push speaking at the national Republican congressional committee dinner, I agree. It's going to be a big tall trade and commerce and making money for a country. It's all very important. But to me the most important job, I have is the security of our country. Congressional Democrats are against the idea. Same for Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell and this word of caution from US chamber of commerce. Vice president Neil, Bradley, manufacturing and supply chain the things that are being made in the United States, and in Mexico are highly enter great, it's it's not just a question of cars, come in, and and grains, or Ciro go out cross-border. Trade between the two countries is worth an estimated six hundred eleven billion dollars a year. CBS news update, I'm Budd Mishkin. Members of Australia's Senate voting to censure one of their own for incendiary comments following the shootings at two New Zealand mosques last month, the Australian Senate condemning one Senator for blaming the mass shootings on the victims and vilifying must Muslims. The leader of the government in the Senate reading the censure motion on their Senate full Senate censures uninformed inflammatory and divisive comments seeking tribute blind to victims of horrific crime into vilify people on the basis of religion, which do not reflect the opinions of striding Senate audience trying people the man accused in the New Zealand. Mosque shootings is in Australia..
"australian senate" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"I'm curt Lewis top stories night voters in Chicago have spoken. A former federal prosecutor elected the first black woman and first openly gay person to be Chicago's mayor the latest now from CBS news CBS news update, I'm Budd Mishkin groundbreaking. History being made in the city of Chicago where former federal prosecutor Lori Lightfoot easily defeated former city councilwoman Toni preckwinkle in a runoff election. White foot is the first black woman and openly gay person to be elected the city's mayor WBZ MTV's. Derek Blakely described the scene at the Lightfoot victory party before a packed Chicago Hilton ballroom with sixteen hundred supporters, plus another thousand an overflow room across the hall Lightfoot. I offered a gracious olive branch to totally preckwinkle, then she spoke of unity and service to all Chicago together, we can and will finally put the interests of our people all of our people the interest of the powerful few Lightfoot called Chicago a city reborn where race and who you love don't matter. CBS news update. I'm Budd Mishkin. Members of Australia's Senate voting to censure one of their own for incendiary comments. Following the shootings at two New Zealand. Mosque last month. The Australian Senate condemning Senator Frazier anti for blaming the mosque shootings on the victims and vilifying Muslims, and he was defiant while responding to the censure motion against me is blatant attack on free speech. It was also an exercise and left wing virtue, signaling of the wiscon- the accused New Zealand shooter is an Australian. Now, carol-lee traffic.
"australian senate" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"Twenty four. From Madari house in London is the monocle daily. I'm Andrew Miller coming up. Acting. An Australian Senate to gets egged on these face literally as well as metaphorically. But is there a way of stopping Fraser rounding from being a and Senator also ahead? We'll ask whether we know as much as we should about the roots of far right terrorism will attempt to make sense of what may be against stiff competition Brexit Swedish day yet. And since the violence is existed. It has basically been this kind of shining light to anyone that wants to sense the incident that unicycle proof of concept that you can do it. We'll speak to James Griffiths about his new book about and entitled the great firewall of China. All that and more ahead on the monocle daily life from London starting now. And welcome to tonight's daily. With me, Andrew Miller. It's to stay morning in New Zealand, which means that the country is four days into attempting to comprehend the arrival of mass casualty terrorism on its generally placid shows fifty people were shot dead on Friday and dozens more wounded in two mosques in Christ Church the suspect a twenty eight year old ustralian called Brenton Tarrant is in custody. Friday's attack was not the first act of terrorism apparently underpinned by far right ideology. But such attacks of not being the primary focus of investigation and research into terrorism in recent years, the depressing question posed is do we know enough will Elliott I spoke to Dr saw Django hill from the London School of economics. He's also international security director at the Asia Pacific foundation, think tank began by asking if Friday's attack was unusual when measured against any commonly. Understood patents of far-right terrorism would was particularly disturbing about Christ. Judge in addition to the significant number of human life. That were extinguished was the fact that it was filmed it was streamed online instantaneously from the head of the gunman's camera. It was an extremely disturbing visualization of terrorism you is seen lives being extinguished in front of you. That is something that we've known that terrorist groups, whether they are from the far, right or the Jihadist narratives have tried to do in the past. But they've not been this successful in getting a video broadcast, which is up in the internet for some seventeen minutes before it's eventually taken down. And that is what concerned me the most is the damage that the video was doing. It is a commonplace of terrorism, though, isn't it at has always been it it adopts to whatever. The current technology is bid is always about creating a spectacle. Isn't it? Well, terrorist groups want terrorism to be seen to be felt not just reported. But the visualization offered that of course, is very much there and with the growth of social media platforms terrorists have tried to hijack that as well for their own nefarious purposes in the past there have been attempts by ISIS, for example to film an attack. And then stream it the authorities very quick in stopping that from circulating. Therefore, the damage was limited. The fact that this attack in Christ's church got so much airtime for such a long period of time. And then the video started being circulated proliferated shed that was the more disturbing aspect of it because it was then impossible to try and stop those images from being disseminated across the globe far right terrorism. Which is what this obviously appears to be often pitches itself as a response or a defense against Islamist terrorism. That was certainly the basis of the manifesto of Anders Behring Breivik. It appears so far as any sense can be made of the manifesto of the shoe to be roughly the same thing. But when police and intelligence services think about combating or faulting or interdicting far right and Islamist terrorism. Do they think of them as an either or thing or are they basically the same but just operating from a opposed viewpoints the far, right? The white supremacist movement Jihadist movements. They may be ideologically different. But they all must feed off each other. That one uses the other in order to instigate provoke to recruit to radicalize in some ways. There's this very unusual relationship between them the Jihadist groups have often talked about the crusader analogy that somehow the west is against them that the west wants to undermine them socially, politically, economically, the far right narrative nowadays, which previously was folk..
Australian Senator Hit With Egg After Blaming Immigration for Mosque Attacks
"So in Australia, Australia, and Senator he sparked outrage for blaming the New Zealand mosque shootings on Muslim immigration and really upset. Some people by saying that kid comes up to him throws a raw egg on his head over raw egg cracks. And I said this. Australian Senate returns are and he decks this kid us. Left hand left hook cross. Yeah. Absolutely. Let's so listen to this audio. I mean, I think you have to listen closely here the eg, but here you go. When when people are getting attacked. Yep. Again when when people are getting attacked. And he. Aw. And then a second one. And you saw the kid was trying to film it. He had his camera out what he cracked the on his head, right? Trying to film it and that Australian Senate if I kind of like he just is not heaven it. I don't care you little bratty kid cracking Negga headed decks, the kid Senator Frazier ending. He's not a young man either. No, he moved quickly though. I gotta say really adding with surround and throws two punches at the boy before several of his supporters step in to help tackling the teams that the ground. Yeah. Seventeen year old was arrested later released without charge. That's released without charge. You can't crack an egg over somebody's head and not be charged with egg cracking assault. I would think so trekking over somebody said Brandon excellent thing to do it really is.
"australian senate" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"After Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to line to congress. President Trump's private attorney denied a CNN report that Cohen was encouraged to believe the president would offer him a parting in exchange for protecting the president when questioned about payments to stormy Daniels. Correspondent Evan Perez has the response from Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani, the president of the United States never indicated anything to Michael or anyone else about getting a pardon pardons are off the table he said, but it's not a limitation on his power in the future to pardon in any case to Minneapolis. Police. Officers have been placed on paid leave after their apparent involvement in Christmas tree decorations. The city's mayor call despicable a tree at a precinct on the city's north side was decorated with items such as Newport cigarettes. Police crime tape cannon malt, liquor and other things than mayor. Jacob fry and others viewed as racist. I'm Barbara Kusak. And I'm Charlie Pellett at Bloomberg world headquarters, it is onto the trading month of December. And what a November it was for the month of November the S and P five hundred index. Gained four point eight percent, stocks advanced as investors turned positive on the outlook for trade ahead of the meeting over the weekend between the American and Chinese president Mike Schumacher is head of rate strategy at Wells Fargo securities. What's the definition of success from a market perspective? I'd say the only thing that's going to move the bond market much is if there's a u-turn on tariffs, if Donald Trump says, look, we'll postpone the Chanoine increase by six months something like that that I think it's the bond market excited. Short of that. I think people shrug it off and Tobias left davinci's chief US equities strategist at CitiGroup. Global markets with regards to you know, is is our trade disputes going away. They're not clearly an agenda from is from the Australian Senate as to where you're should. As for where the trade talks, potentially leave equity markets. Peter Shafiq is global macro strategist at RBC, see Europe. So at the best I think would we.
"australian senate" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"I think people shrug it off and Tobias left riches chief US equity strategist at CitiGroup. Global markets with regards to you know, is is our trade disputes going away. They're not there. There's clearly an agenda is from the Australian Senate of as to where the. Should be as for where the trade talks, potentially leave equity markets. Peter Shafrannik is global macro strategist at arby's, see Europe. So at the best I think what we can see you sort of tentative steps away from the the risk of that we've seen over the last month and a half. But I I think sort of a fully-fledged setup, and that seems a bit that seems a bit hoping for too much, I guess Microsoft had its best weekly gained since two thousand fifteen and finished the five days as the world's most valuable companies. Surpassing apple Microsoft, shares advanced by six tenths of one percent. The Dow the s&p NASDAQ all higher with the S and P five hundred index advancing twenty two points up eight tenths of one percent. Dow Industrial's up two hundred points up eight tenths NASDAQ up fifty seven a gain of eight tenths of one percent. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and talk on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Charlie Pellett. This is Bloomberg. You're listening to Bloomberg BusinessWeek the year ahead with Carol Messer and Jason Kelly on Bloomberg radio. You don't get a lot of chances to listen to that song these days, but snacks. There are big business model as CEO Dirk van to put is joining me here at the year ahead.
"australian senate" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"FM News, Radio I'm. Brian shook President Trump is following through. On a threat, he made last month, White House. Press secretary Sarah Sanders says the president is revoking the security clearance a former CIA director John Brennan. She said Brennan had been leveraging the clearance to make wild outbursts and claims against the Trump administration President Trump is aiming to resurrect the US steel industry with his tariffs on imported steel in an interview with the Wall Street Journal Trump predicted that higher steel prices. Caused by the twenty five percent tariff on foreign steel will eventually give way to. Lower steel prices power is, back on at Washington DC's Reagan, national airport after an airport wide blackout the airport. Said. On Twitter that, systems are coming back online but some. Late night flights might still be delayed earlier the airport said the failure of two feeds from dominion Virginia power was to blame a fatal industrial accident on Walt Disney World property Florida is under investigation, Orange County sheriff's deputies say a sixty one year old man died early Wednesday morning. After falling into a VAT of oil at, an, energy, facility near Disney's. Animal kingdom they say he and a co. Worker were emptying oil, and grease, byproduct from. A semi truck when the man slipped and fell into, the VAT the co, worker tried. But was unable to help the man who became overcome by fumes his body was recovered from the. Vet by local firefighters Tom Roberts NBC News Radio more than three hundred priests in Pennsylvania are accused of sexually abusing children as detailed in a two year grand jury investigation victim Jim van sickle says father David Paulsen abused him but explains why he didn't report it. Before the statute of limitations expired my predators spent time after trying to reach out. To me to kind of, get me past that period of, time because he knew that she got me past. That. Time the laws, of Pennsylvania protect the predator more than. One thousand child victims were identified you're listening to the latest from NBC news Radio and Australian politician is drawing. Worldwide criticism after making a controversial immigration speech we get details from correspondent bills him for their. Criticism is directed at a member of the Australian, Senate freezer ending who delivered a speech this week calling for a final solution to immigration. And a return to the white Australia policy that favoured. European Christians among those, condemning endings final solution comment and its connection to Nazi Germany prime minister Malcolm Turnbull who said his comments are rejected by us all. Bills emperor NBC News, Radio, officials, that, are Landau, international airport say oversized unknown liquids found in a passenger's luggage yesterday turned. Out to be herbal tea the has mad team from the Orlando fire department was called in to test the substance along with homemade soap also found in the bag the, passenger was questioned by the FBI and released to TSA agents at an airport employees. Who were exposed to the bag and liquids Were transported to a hospital out of an, abundance of caution sprint says it will bring its, first five g. smartphone to the US next. Year the, company says it's partnering with South Korean phone maker. LG on the first phone capable. Of tapping into sprints faster next. Generation cellular network he doesn't have a name price or a firm release date yet but sprint says it will go on sale sometime in the first half of next year spread will make five g service available I in nine cities including Los. Angeles before expanding to other parts of the country. Randy fuller NBC News Radio those baby Trump balloons that flew over London while, President Trump was, in England are now stateside in just, a, few. Miles from Trump's summer residents in New. Jersey the balloons will be used as. Part of a protest called the baby Trump tour to New Jersey activists launched a gofundme page last month to help pay for the oversized. Inflatables the organizers say their goal is to taunt Trump with the balloons especially when, he visits his Bedminster golf course Brian shook NBC.
"australian senate" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Tina GAO WBZ news top stories now more than two dozen people overdose on what's, believed to be, a form of synthetic marijuana and in New Haven, Connecticut, park. Today investigators are still awaiting the results of toxicology tests sweeping Pennsylvania grand jury report says some three hundred Roman Catholic priests in state molested more. Than a thousand children in cases dating back to the nineteen forties the report also says the current archbishop of Washington DC is monitored officials who are accused of covering up complaints and the Boston archdiocese. Calls report tragic and also gut wrenching tough numbers on. Wall Street tough to look how. The Dow is down right now nearly two hundred and forty points the NASDAQ is losing a hundred, and eleven and the. S&p five hundred is down about Thirty three and Australian politician is drawing fire from all around the world as reporter bills, zinn, for tells us the. Politician made a very controversial. Immigration speed criticism is directed at a member of. The Australian Senate Fraser ending who delivered a speech this week calling for a final solution to immigration and a return to the white Australia policy that favoured, European Christians among, those condemning endings final solution comment and its connection, to, Nazi. Germany prime minister Malcolm Turnbull who said his comments are rejected by us all adding says he was only referring to what he's now calling the. Ultimate solution to a political problem and added people who were offended took his initial words out of context the head of ambulance services in Kabul Afghanistan sets the death toll from suicide bombing in a. Shiite area has now jumped to fifteen nearly twenty other. People were wounded in the attack. That targeted a training class in a building the Taliban was very quick to deny any Involvement in this bombing however that group and ice says have both targeted Shiites in the past considering them to be heretics WBZ news time one fifty. One a trade war between the US and Turkey is still ramping up as we hear more details on that from CBS news correspondent Cami McCormick in Washington Turkey announced today the doubling of customs tariffs on some imported US products including alcohol. Cars tobacco that was in retaliation for US sanctions. Imposed over, Turkey's detention of an American pastor as well as other diplomatic disputes like. Syria an anchor is decision to buy Russian defense systems Turkey a NATO ally calls the US sanctions a deliberate attack on, its economy turkeys trade minister says increased. Harris have been imposed on roughly two dozen types of produce and goods imported from here in the US amounting to more than half a billion dollars in extra duties police in London return a twelfth century statue of Buddha to. India after recovering it nearly sixty years after Was stolen authorities handed over the bronze statue, with silver inlay during a ceremony in London marking India's independence day the. Buddha, by the way, was among more than a dozen statue stolen from a museum in eastern India back in nineteen sixty one police were called after the statue was noticed at a trade fair, they dealer and, the owner cooperated fully and after learning the item. Have been stolen agree to return it Most people in the Boston area get their, traffic information from WBZ's..
Australian's Parliament speech on 'final solution' condemned
"And Australian politician is drawing fire from all around the world as reporter bills, zinn, for tells us the. Politician made a very controversial. Immigration speed criticism is directed at a member of. The Australian Senate Fraser ending who delivered a speech this week calling for a final solution to immigration and a return to the white Australia policy that favoured, European Christians among, those condemning endings final solution comment and its connection, to, Nazi. Germany prime minister Malcolm Turnbull who said his comments are rejected by us all adding says he was only referring to what he's now calling the. Ultimate solution to a political problem and added people who were offended took his initial words out of
"australian senate" Discussed on 850 WFTL
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Minister Malcolm Turnbull, Pennsylvania and Pat Downs discussed on Joyce Kaufman
"And Australian. Politician is drawing worldwide. Criticism after making a controversial immigration speech the criticism is directed at a member. Of the Australian Senate Fraser ending who delivered a, speech this week calling for a final solution. To immigration Andrew returned to the white Australia Policy that favored European Christians among those condemning endings final solution comment and its connection to Nazi Germany prime. Minister Malcolm Turnbull who said his. Comments are rejected by
"australian senate" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The australian parliament senator in question is sam desk dre he is in the spotlight it in quite hot water over his links to a wealthy chinese political donor and sam dusty are as defence of china's policy on the south china sea in define solve his own party's staunched the party in opposition here the labour party and australia's immigration minister peter dotson is accusing senator desk diary of being disloyal send us dre is a double agent and he caught the australian senate you can't play diligence to two countries if you're in australian senator you'll first duty is to the australian title and san dusty already has filed that judy so that is a strain immigration minister piece of death and fill economists in the chinese it's a happy with these accusations would have had to say no china says it's lodged an official complaint of the mrta term bulls remarks beijing saying that they are prejudicial and this terse response from china's foreign ministry spokesman gang sh wearing shows just a cow clearly that the chinese a not very happy over all of this woman utterly arlene are in your way are standard by the relevant remarks of the australian later such remarks simply cater to the irresponsible reports by summa's dry in media without principle and are full of against china it poisons the atmosphere of the china australia relationship that his gang swag chinese ministry of foreign affairs spokesperson ending that a.
"australian senate" Discussed on The Bugle
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"Socalled divorced bill was crucial stage in australia has legalised stood dining malaysia local parliament victoria state has voted to give patients with a terminal illness the rights to request a lethal drunk to in their lives from june twenty nine film us us in this report from sony the assisted suicide lower is designed for patients with a terminal illness in severe pain it will allow them to obtain a lethal drug within ten days of asking to die they must be of sound mind the make three requests to specially trained doctors while a special board will review all cases critics of the landmark legislation said it was a recipe for elder abuse the australian senate has passed the bill paving the way for the legalisation of gay marriage it rejected calls to give service providers such as forests and bakers the rights to refuse to serve the law is expected to pass through the lower house of parliament comfortably for christmas australians recently voted in favour of samesex marriage in a nationwide postal ballot well the odds from the bbc the honduran television and dana salvador nasrallah has urged his supporters to take to the streets of the capital tegucigalpa after a surprising shift in the result of the presidential election mr nasrallah has had opened up a clear lead in the count before the electoral tribunal stopped updating its website on monday when it resumed mr neurons lead over the incumbent on on under and s began to shrink sharply the authorities on the indonesian island of bali sites will resume for the airport after three days of disruption caused by a volcanic ash cloud thousands of tourists have been stranded after an eruption of the amount agom volcano i'll griffeth reports after three days of disruption flights no resuming but with a boatload of tens of thousands of tourists waiting to get home the volcano is still erupting sending action to the atmosphere but the direction of the wind means aircraft will be able to land the process of evacuating tens of thousands of people from their homes continues as laser vast settlement schism fields many are heating the advice to leave but some the resisting the warnings and insisting they won't go into lava begins to flow from the crater on.
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"Of the un security council the international community must resolutely implement the sanctions on north korea japan will undaunted leonov since pressure on north korea to the maximum level we will continue to protect the lives and the livelihood of the people of japan and a little under the strong dental japan us alliance the un war crimes court in the hague is expected to hand down its final verdict on six former bosnian croat political and military leaders later today all six were found guilty in 2013 of taking part in the scheme to permanently remove bosnian muslims from an area that included the southern city of mostar estate in australia has legalised assisted dying euthanasia the local parliament in victoria state has voted to give patients were the terminal illness the right to request a lethal drugs to end their lives from june 2019 his phil mercer the assistedsuicide blower is designed for patients with a terminal illness who are in severe pain it will allow them to obtain a lethal drug within ten days of asking to die they must be of sound mind a mate three request to specially trained doctors while a special board will review all cases critics of the landmark legislation said it was a recipe for elder abuse the premier of victoria daniel andrews became an advocate for euthanasia after his father died of cancer last year world news from the bbc the australian senate has passed a bill paving the way for the leg legalization of gay marriage seles's voted forty three to twelve in favor of the bill they rejected calls to give service providers such as florist and bake has the same legal protection that allows religious ministers to refuse to conduct gay weddings on the third day of his visit to myanmar pope francis celebrated an openair mass in the city of yanggon in front of an estimated twenty thousand catholics he's white popemobile wound its way through the crowds at the start of the service during the service he called for the people of myanmar to find hailing through peace hill kim all the emea march border tunnel if it is to the regulations know that many in men mop at.
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"Department and denied there have been drastic cuts michelle kelemen npr news washington authorities and to him a county california now say a gunman who went on a rampage tuesday had been ordered not to possess weapons kevin neil killed five people and wounded at least eight others before he was fatally shot by police assistant sheriff phil johnston says it appears neil made the weapons himself parma world he was prohibited under restraining order call but what i understand i i don't really have the information on if he had turned in firearms but two firearms used in this incident we are confident that were smelter factured by him in his home police say neil killed his wife shot to neighbors and then went on to attack other is in several locations when he couldn't enter an elementary school he fired into it injuring a sixyearold this is npr news from washington police in tampa florida say they think they have a suspect in a series of fatal shootings in the past two months the released videos of a man spotted near the scene of two of the four killings the us chemical safety board is advising industrial facilities to revisit their plans for handling natural disasters npr's rebecca herschel reports the push comes after a spate of massive hurricanes the chemical safety board is responsible for following up on emergencies at refineries and other chemical plants in the us when hurricanes harvey and erma slammed into states along the gulf coast hundreds of those facilities were flooded or damaged by wind at least one caught fire the safety board's chairman esa sutherland said that should be a wakeup call there is a valuable lesson that facilities in the gulf and elsewhere should note plan and plan again don't be lulled into a false sense of safety by thinking it can't or won't happen here she warned that companies should prepare for more frequent and intense storms before the next hurricane season begins in june rebecca her scher npr news the australian senate is debating a bill that would legalize samesex marriage both the liberalnational coalition government and the main opposition labour party say they wanted to pass through parliament by december seventh opponents one any legislation to expand the number of businesses and.
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"And middle income families save money and further away individual mandate repeal would would be helpful and uh i'll that's obviously the um the view of the senate finance committee republicans as well a spokesperson for us senator shelley moore capito says the senator welcomes the changes in the us democrats are joining forces today in hopes of sending president trump dogged your tennessee democratic congressman steve announcing he's teaming up with congressman lewis gets here as in the broadest evert yet to oust president trump by introducing articles of impeachment in the past go it has criticized the president's response deadly whitesupremicist marches in charlottesville virginia hits years has been critical of the president's immigration policy not clear how many other democrats will join the pair even what grounds the articles will cite democratic house leaders of discourage such impeachment efforts fearing they could muddle special counsel robert muller's russia investigation dave packer abc news a republican you us senate candidate in alabama says he wants to talk about the issues not the allegations of sexual misconduct against him abc's stephanie raw moses in alabama talking with some potential voters in the roy more race the people of gadsden alabama are divided most women i've spoken with tell me they believe with the war and more accusers most men not all but most say they need more proof that's been the consistent thread you know it's a small town and whether these accusations are true or not royne more had a reputation in this area for bhp very important and liking very young women morris denying claims he two teenage girls when he was in his thirty as remedies australia there's no andre agassi passage of a marriage equality law possibly by christmas such legislation already pending in the australian senate after police rosalie schramm within sixty one percent favored the league vision of samesex marriage former australian olympic swimming champion in thorpe is among the many celebrating the results with quite amazing i didn't realize how emotional you know we'd old bailey said i but really it is a a momentous day for his country israel has made the decision that we want to live in asia and more equitable society for all of us voluntary for bub postal vote came after a long debate about changing the australia marriage act morning.
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