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"bill mix wayne" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"bill mix wayne" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Our society, American society. His latest area focuses criminal Justice from Texas to Philadelphia. The state of Virginia Soros has reportedly spent millions of dollars backing candidates for district attorney for prosecutor once elected. These candidates have tended to cash of ended cash bail treated felonies, misdemeanors, and sometimes ignored some crimes entirely in the city of Philadelphia, for example, Soros back, Larry crasner in the murder rate, there is the highest it has been in a decade. Crasner main party, though, is to get even softer on crime. So that's where I am in Philadelphia. That's our DA. He's talking about who's considers himself a defense attorney with power, can you imagine? So Bill mix Wayne, the US attorney for eastern United States appointed by President Trump. He didn't jumps in with Tucker Carlson and explains that Soros wants to implement his radical agenda. Can't do it through the normal democratic process. So what does he do? Well, allegedly buy up all these long for people that don't want to enforce the laws. Here's mix Wayne. What Mr. Soros, I think wants to do is that he wants to implement his radical agenda, and he realizes that he can't do that the normal democratic process normally, if you're going to try to get criminal Justice reform you have to do with the legislature, you have to get broad support for the kind of changes that you want want to institute, he's taking what I would describe as an illegitimate anti democratic shortcut by trying to purchase the elections, and then once the DA is in place. He or she doesn't enforce the law, and presto, you've got criminal Justice reform. That's exactly right. Right. I have one more coming up the mix Wayne when asked well who benefits by this, because there's more violence. There's more murder. What the heck is going on here in Philadelphia. Why would people want that well-mixed, Wayne talks about what Soros wants and what crasner wants to do to our SIS? System. And how are you going to stop this? It's legal, if he has enough money, he spends it in these races. And there's a decent candidate with that kind of largesse they're going to win. And then when they get into office, they're essentially not going to enforce the laws. It's shocking, but it's happening. So who would you say screwing up America, the most who's undermining traditional America? I say it Soros. You tell me if you think it Soros. Or you think it someone else, here's how you get in?.

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"bill mix wayne" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:33 min | 3 years ago

"bill mix wayne" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"He'll join us in studio. We'll get to all of it. After the news. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Shay Stevens Virginia Lieutenant governor, Justin. Fairfax denies sexually assaulting a woman during the two thousand four democratic national convention in Boston their taxes higher at the same law firm that represented then supreme court nominee brick Cavanaugh during his confirmation hearing a word of warning here. The following report by WCBS's been paver contains language that may be inappropriate for some young listeners. Scripts college professor Vanessa Tyson accuses Fairfax of forcing her to have oral sex in two thousand four charges. He denies Tyson took her accusations the Washington Post a little more than a year ago. That's when Fairfax hired the Washington DC firm of Wilkinson Walsh escalates. According to a partner with the firm the post ended up not running the story after it couldn't confirm Tyson's accusations. But the firm is still representing Fairfax. When the accusations surfaced again this week, the firm representing Cavanaugh during his supreme court confirmation hearings after Stanford professor Christine. Lousy Ford accused him of sexual assault NPR reported on Tuesday that Tyson has hired the same firm that represented Blasi Ford during those proceedings for NPR news. I'm Ben pager in Richmond prominent figure on the sidelines of Tuesday state of the union address was socialist democratic freshman congresswoman, Alexandra oh Cossio Cortes. She was among dozens of female lawmakers wore white the color favored by Suffragettes who fought for women's right to vote. Cortes tells NPR Steve Inskeep that our election shows a shift and the nation's political landscape a year ago, I was bartending and a year later in the last year I in in my race, I defeated the fourth most powerful democrat while outspent four million to three hundred thousand by primary day, and I think that there's a lot of other teachers, and nurses and police officers, and whomever out there activists saying we maybe I can do that to the full interview with Cortez can be heard Thursday on morning. Edition. Protesters gathered outside the Alabama attorney general's office Wednesday to protest is decision to exonerate a police officer who killed a mole patron on thanksgiving. Public radio's style Gasset has more. After protesters marched to the door of attorney general Steve marshal's office. Emancipate Bradford senior the father of the victim. Emancipate Bradford junior spoke openly about his pain muscle on it's gone. Do you understand the feeling that I have every night when I lay down at night in a memories, I got on my child when he was y'all got older, you don't feel my brain marshals report concludes the officer who killed Bradford acted properly because Bradford was holding a gun moments after a holiday shooting left two people injured Bradford's family values to hold future protest at Marshall's home and office for NPR news. I'm Kyle Gasset in Montgomery. This is NPR news. The Justice department has filed a civil lawsuit to stop a Philadelphia nonprofit from opening a supervised injection site. That's intended to get a handle on the city's opioid crisis. WHYY's Bobby Allen enforce it other cities have considered similar proposals for months federal officials have threatened to take the planners of Philadelphia's supervised injection site to court, but it has not slowed down officials at the nonprofits safe house, which is raising money and scouting for a site where people can use opioids under medical supervision. Studies have shown that similar programs in Canada and Europe have saved lives, but US attorney Bill mix. Wayne says such a site has no place in America. This is in your face illegal activity, using some of the most deadly dangerous drugs that are on the streets. We have a responsibility to step in safe. House officials say the federal drug laws cited by the Justice department or never intended to stop something like a supervised injection site for NPR news. I'm Bobby Allen in Philadelphia. Vocal critic of the World Bank is President Trump's nominee to head the institution. David Malpass is treasury department official who previously served in the Reagan, and George H W Bush administration's President Trump says America is the largest contributor to the World Bank. And that his administration is committed to ensuring that the money is well spent on Wall Street stocks closed slightly lower following the release of mixed corporate earnings reports on Wednesday. The Dow Jones industrials lost twenty one points. The NASDAQ fell twenty six points and the S and P five hundred edged six points lower. I'm Shay Stevens. NPR news. In washington. Support for NPR comes from dream wave maker of luxury massage chairs from Japan with shiatsu point detection and sixteen programmed massages, including morning night and stretch sessions retailers nationwide. More Adrain wave chair dot com. And the Annie E Casey foundation. This is WNYC ninety three point nine FM and AM eight twenty NPR news and the New York conversation. Hi, everybody. Welcome to all of it on WNYC. So glad you're.

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"bill mix wayne" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

05:30 min | 3 years ago

"bill mix wayne" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"How can we get more of it before we hear from them? Let's hear from America's youngest voters teens and twenty somethings who turned out in the midterms and big waves. Young voters are much more engaged than in the past. What's behind that? And what might it mean for the twenty twenty races? We always love to hear from you. So comment on our Facebook page or tweet us at one A. Kinton? I'm Shay Stevens Virginia Lieutenant governor, Justin. Fairfax denies sexually assaulting a woman during the two thousand four democratic national convention in Boston their backs hired the same law firm that represented then supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh during his confirmation hearing a word of warning here. The following report by WCBS's, Ben pave your contains language that may be inappropriate for some young listeners. Scripts college professor, Vanessa Tyson accuses Fairfax are forcing her to have oral sex in two thousand four a charge. He denies Tyson took her accusations to the Washington Post a little more than a year ago. That's when Fairfax hired the Washington DC firm of Wilkinson Walsh escalates. According to a partner with the firm the post ended up not running the story after it couldn't confirm Tyson's accusations. But the firm is still representing Fairfax. When the accusations surfaced again this week the firm representing Cavanaugh during his supreme court com. Information hearings after Stanford professor Christine Blasi Ford accused him of sexual assault NPR reported on Tuesday that Tyson is hired the same firm that represented Blasi Ford during those proceedings for NPR news. I'm Ben pager in Richmond. A prominent figure on the sidelines of Tuesday state of the union address was socialist democratic freshman congresswoman, Alexandra Cossio Cortes. She was among dozens of female lawmakers wore white the color favored by Suffragettes who fought for women's right to vote. Cortes tells NPR Steve Inskeep that our election shows a shift and the nation's political landscape a year ago, I was bartending and a year later in the last year I in in my race, I defeated the fourth most powerful democrat while outspent four million to three hundred thousand by primary day, and I think that there's a lot of other teachers, and nurses and police officers, and whomever out there activists saying wait, maybe I can do that to the full interview with Cortez can be heard Thursday on morning edition. Protesters gathered outside the Alabama attorney general's office Wednesday to protest is decision to exonerate a police officer who killed them all patron on thanksgiving. Troy public radio's Kyle Gasset has more. After protesters marched to the door of attorney general Steve marshal's office. Emancipate Bradford senior the father of the victim. Emancipate Bradford junior spoke openly about his pain muscle on it's gone. Do you understand the feeling that I have every night when I lay down at night. In a memories. I got on my child when he was y'all got older. You don't feel my plane. Marshals report concludes the officer who killed Bradford acted properly because Bradford was holding a gun moments after a holiday shooting left two people injured. Bradford's family vows to hold future protests at Marshall's home and office for NPR news. I'm Kyle Gasset in Montgomery. This is NPR news. The Justice department has filed a civil lawsuit to stop a Philadelphia nonprofit from opening a supervised injection site. That's intended to get a handle on the city's opioid crisis. WHYY's Bobby Allen reports it other cities have considered similar proposals for months federal officials have threatened to take the planners of Philadelphia's supervised injection site to court, but it has not slowed down officials at the nonprofit safe house, which is raising money and scouting for a site where people can use opioids under medical supervision. Studies have shown that similar programs in Canada in Europe have saved lives, but US attorney Bill mix. Wayne says such a site has no place in America. This is in your face illegal activity, using some of the most deadly dangerous drugs that are on the streets. We have a responsibility to step in safe. House officials say the federal drug laws cited by the Justice department. We're never intended to stop something like supervised injection site for NPR news. I'm Bobby Allen in Philadelphia. A vocal critic of the World Bank is President Trump's nominee to head the institution. David Malpass is a treasury department official who previously served in the Reagan, and George H W Bush administration's President Trump says America is the largest contributor to the World Bank. And that his administration is committed to ensuring that the money is well spent on Wall Street stocks closed slightly lower following the release of mixed corporate earnings reports on Wednesday. The Dow Jones industrials lost twenty one points. The NASDAQ fell twenty six points and the s&p five hundred six points lower. I'm Shay Stevens. NPR news. In washington. Support for NPR comes from dream wave maker of luxury massage chairs from Japan with shiatsu point detection and sixteen program to massages including morning night and stretch sessions retailers nationwide. More Ed dream wave chair dot com. And the Annie E Casey foundation. This is one A..

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"bill mix wayne" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:56 min | 3 years ago

"bill mix wayne" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Is WNYC ninety three point nine FM and AM eight twenty NPR news and the New York conversation. Live from NPR news in Culver City, California. I'm Wayne Brown. The attorney general of Virginia admits he dressed up in black face in one thousand nine hundred eighty escalating the scandal surrounding Democrats in control of the executive mansion as NPR's Andrew Limbaugh reports. He's second in line for the Virginia governorship, Virginia attorney, general, Mark herring. In a statement wrote that when he was a nineteen year old undergraduate. He went to a party dress as the rapper Kurtis blow, quote because we did not have an appreciation for the experiences and perspectives of others we dressed up and put on wigs and Brown makeup. Indie hypothetical scenario that current governor. Ralph Northam steps down over his current scandal with a racist yearbook picture and Lieutenant governor just in Fairfax steps down over the sexual assault allegations. He faces attorney general herring would be next in line to be governor of Virginia. Herring wrote that honest conversations and discussions will. It clear whether I can or should continue to serve as attorney general, adding he was deeply deeply sorry for the pain. He causes. Angela Bong NPR news Richmond. The Justice department has filed a civil lawsuit against a Philadelphia nonprofit that's planning a supervised injection site to come to combat the opioid crisis. As Bobby Allen from member station. WHYY reports other cities, including New York, Denver and Seattle have discussed similar proposals. That department of Justice is suing a Philadelphia nonprofit trying to open a site where people can use opioids under the eye of medical staff advocates of supervised injection sites say they can save lives in the opioid crisis. But federal officials say it's in your face illegal activity, this marks the first time the federal government has taken legal action against the site where people can use opioids under medical supervision. The idea has saved lives in Canada in Europe. But Justice department attorney Bill mix Wayne says such site has no place in America. Stocks finished lower today across the board on Wall Street. You're listening to NPR and this is WNYC in New York. I'm Jamie Floyd, a new building introduced to the New York state legislature aims to raise the minimum wage for inmates across the state. The measure would set the minimum wage for prisoners had three dollars per hour. In may to work are currently paid less than one dollar per hour. At most state, prisons move has the support of the national labor union Communication Workers of America Halen. Enjoy the deputy political director for CWA says this is both a social Justice and a labor issue, especially looking at the situation of inmates, and folks incarcerated it's just so inhumane that in addition to serving their time, you know, they're being treated like subhuman choices that raising the minimum wage could help support inmates in addressing life out of prison after their release. East New Jersey attorney general Verbier gray wall says a new Trump administration policy could destroy the state's online gambling industry. Wants the department of Justice begins enforcement that starts in mid April under the current interpretation of the wire act people need to be within state limits to place an online bet, but the new policy will consider credit card and Bank transactions that ping out of state servers as a violation of the law. Daniel Munoz is state reporter at nj biz. The concern is that the federal government take this violates the new interpretation of the wire actor freebie to stop it. In a letter to the DOJ gray wall is asking the federal government to reconsider the policies. Also requesting correspondence with casino magnate and Trump mega donor Sheldon Adelson to see whether they had any influence in crafting the new policy and the governor of New Jersey says that the administration is changing how the state handles allegations of sexual harassment and misconduct. But attorney Katie McClure says otherwise she says she is the lawyer rather representing Katie Brennan. And she says that they are suing the Murphy administration and the governor's 2017 campaign for hiring Alvarez for a state job. Even after the accused Alvarez of raping Katie Brennan while they both worked at the governor's campaign. Does this clarify for them their right? Maybe a little more specifically. Yes. But it doesn't create any new rights or protection McClure says the changes that clarify certain aspects of state policy, but don't address restrictive confidentiality requirements. It's forty four degrees. Support for NPR comes from WNYC members. And from indeed used by over three million businesses for hiring where employers can post jobs and.

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"bill mix wayne" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:20 min | 3 years ago

"bill mix wayne" Discussed on KCRW

"From NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. President Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen is again delaying testimony before a house panel. He was supposed to appear this Friday now he'll appear behind closed doors on February twenty eighth Cohen is headed to federal prison next month after pleading guilty to several federal charges. Lawmakers want to know more about his work with Trump, including on a real estate deal in Moscow that Cohen lied to congress about President Trump heads to the State Department this afternoon to address members of the coalition to defeat ISIS. His visit comes as he vows to bring US troops home from Syria. NPR's? Michelle Kellerman reports US visuals representatives of seventy four countries and five international organizations are taking part in the meeting to map out the next phases of the fight against ISIS. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo says ISIS remains a menace and the US troop withdrawal is not an end to the fight were entering an era of decentralized jihad. So we must be nimble or in our approach as well. Kurdish fighters who have helped the US in northern Syria are nervous about the US troupe. Pull out and feel threatened by neighboring Turkey. US officials say they are in close negotiations with Turkish counterparts descent up a buffer zone. Michelle Kellerman, NPR news, the State Department in his state of the union address. President Trump said he's going to hold a second summit with North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN later this month in Vietnam. NPR's Joel Snyder reports President Trump said much work remains to be done. But that his relationship with North Korea's Kim Jong on is a good one. The president said he and Kim will meet February twenty seventh and twenty eighth and Vietnam, but exactly where remains unclear while the president tales progress the intelligence community remained sceptical director of national intelligence, Dan Coats to congress last week that North Korea is unlikely to dismantle its nuclear weapons program. NPR's Giles Snyder. The Justice department has filed a. Civil lawsuit against a Philadelphia nonprofit, that's planning eight supervised injection site. It's intended to combat the opioid crisis from member station. WHYY? Bobby Allen reports other cities have discussed similar proposals. This is the first time the federal government has acted for months. Federal officials have threatened to take the planners of Philadelphia's supervised injection site to court, but it has not slowed down officials at the nonprofits safe house, which is raising money and scouting for a site where people can use opioids under medical supervision. Studies have shown that similar programs in Canada and Europe have saved lives, but US attorney Bill mix. Wayne says such a site has no place in America. This is in your face illegal activity, using some of the most deadly dangerous drugs that are on the streets. We have a responsibility to step in safehouse officials say the federal drug laws cited by the Justice department or never intended to stop something like a supervised injection site for NPR news. I'm Bobby Allen in Philadelphia. You're listening to NPR and from KCRW, I'm Cheri Glazer. President Trump has reaffirmed his commitment to build a wall along the southern border. The issue was a big focus of his state of the union address last night and officials here in California have been quick to respond Republican Congressman Tom McClintock of northern California says the president's speech should finally motivate congress to act on immigration. Mcclintock says Trump appropriately described the situation on the border and says he was right to call for thousands more troops to defend the president's action is absolutely essential. If we are going to enforce our immigration laws if we're not going to do that. Then our borders mean nothing, and we sink simply become a vast International Open territory between Canada and Mexico both of which have borders and immigration laws that they actually enforce the California attorney general Sarah democrat says he will sue the tr-. Trump administration. If it tries to declare a national emergency to build the wall. I don't believe that he has a legal basis to declare national emergency. That's bizarre during an interview he gave after delivering the Spanish language response to the state of the union address last night. Certainly I don't think he has a legal basis to rob money should be going to the campfire victims or to the mudslide victims who lost their homes. The Sarah's office has filed almost four dozen lawsuits against the Trump administration. How close you live to freeways or factories dictates your exposure to air pollution, but so do factors like your race and income because in a housing market like LA, they often help determine where you live a report just released by the union of concerned scientists has new numbers on just how interconnected these things are KCRW. Saul Gonzales explains the study found that African Americans in the state are exposed to forty three percent, higher levels of air pollution from cars and trucks than whites for Latinos. It was thirty nine percent higher. Researchers also found a connection between income and that exposure to pollution Californians earning less than twenty five thousand dollars a year are exposed twenty-five percent more pollution than people earning more than two hundred thousand dollars a year. One of the biggest concerns is particular matter from vehicle exhausts twenty times smaller than the width of a human hair, the pollution can lodge stubbornly in a person's lungs and bloodstream. And contribute to chronic heart and breathing problems KCRW Salkin solace and the heroine of the nineteen fifties horror flick creature from the black lagoon has died. Juliana GMs passed away on Sunday in Los Angeles. She was ninety two Adams appeared in dozens of films, but she's probably best remembered for playing Kay, Lawrence and explorer who becomes the obsession of a half man half fish could possibly belong to a place to seaman chances are much greater than that hand belonging. Amphibian Mark one that's been a great deal of time in the water. Well, then how do you account for the structure of the fingers obviously for land use creature from the black lagoon became a horror cult classic eight inspired filmmakers like year motel Toro who created a fantasy. Love story between a water monster human and the two thousand seventeen Oscar winning film, the shape of water Adams, embrace the film's called status, and she attended horror flick conventions until lighten her life. It's eight oh seven here on KCRW. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. In washington. And I'm David Greene in Culver City, California. Well, last night had all the pomp and circumstance that only a state of the union can provide President Trump delivered his second last night weaving together partisan attacks and some calls for unity. We meet tonight at a moment of unlimited potential. As we begin a new congress. I stand here ready to work with you. To achieve historic breakthroughs for all Americans. Millions of our fellow citizens are watching us now gathered in this chamber hoping that we will govern not as two parties. But as one nation. This was of course, Trump's first address to a divided congress.

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"bill mix wayne" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:39 min | 3 years ago

"bill mix wayne" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Memento? It's eight o'clock. Good morning in his state of the union speech. President Trump mixed calls for unity with complaints about investigations and rhetoric blaming illegal immigration for crime. We'll have more on morning edition from NPR news. The investigation surrounding the president, including one of his inaugural committee. I'm David and I'm Steve Inskeep. In this hour. We have new details on the chairman of that committee a document shows. An investment firm connected with the chairman developed a plan to profit from its connections to the president. Also this hour. Pope Francis speaks about the sexual abuse of Catholic nuns by priests and a building boom of hotels, and Japan is threatening some key historic sites. It's Wednesday February sixth the day. Ronald Reagan was born in Illinois in one thousand nine hundred eleven the news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. President Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen is again delaying testimony before a house panel. He was supposed to appear this Friday now he'll appear behind closed doors on February twenty eighth Cohen is headed federal prison next month after pleading guilty to several federal charges. Lawmakers want to know more about his work with Trump, including on a real estate deal in Moscow that Cohen lied to congress about President Trump heads to the State Department this afternoon to address members of the coalition to defeat ISIS. His visit comes as he vows to bring us troops home from Syria. NPR's? Michelle Kellerman reports US visuals, say representatives have seventy four countries and five international organizations are taking part in the meeting to map out the next phases of the fight against ISIS. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo says ISIS remains a menace and the US troop withdrawal is not an end to the fight were entering an era of decentralized hot. So we must be nimble our in our approach as well. Kurdish fighters who have helped the US in northern Syria are nervous about the US troop pullout and feel threatened by neighboring Turkey. U? S officials say they are in close negotiations with Turkish counterparts to set up a buffer zone. Michelle Kellerman, NPR news, the State Department in his state of the union address. President Trump said he is going to hold a second summit with North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN later this month in Vietnam. NPR's Giles Snyder reports President Trump said much work remains to be done. But that his relationship with North Korea's Kim Jong UN is a good one. The president said he and Kim will meet February twenty seventh and twenty eighth in Vietnam. But exactly where remains unclear while the president tales progress, the intelligence community remained sceptical director of national intelligence. Dan Coats, congress last week that North Korea's unlikely to dismantle its nuclear weapons program. NPR's Giles Snyder the Justice department has filed a. A civil lawsuit against a Philadelphia nonprofit, that's planning eight supervised injection site. It's intended to combat the opioid crisis from member station. WHYY? Bobby Allen reports other cities have discussed similar proposals. This is the first time the federal government has acted for months. Federal officials have threatened to take the planners of Philadelphia's supervised injection site to court, but it has not slowed down officials at the nonprofit safe house, which is raising money and scouting for a site where people can use opioids under medical supervision. Studies have shown that similar programs in Canada in Europe have saved lives, but US attorney Bill mix. Wayne says such a site has no place in America. This is in your face illegal activity, using some of the most deadly dangerous drugs that are on the streets. We have a responsibility to step in safehouse officials say the federal drug laws cited by the Justice department were never intended to stop something like a supervised injection site for NPR news. I'm Bobby Allen in Philadelphia. You're listening to NPR from K Q E D news. I'm Jeremy Siegel, San Jose mayor Sam Licadho says he's reaching out to an Elon Musk startup to explore. The possibility of building a transit tunnel from downtown to the city's airport years skate comedians, Dan, Brekke, the mayor says he's looking for a quick low cost way to build a badly-needed link from Dearden station to San Jose international airport. Certainly our city isn't going to get any less crowded and God's not creating any more land. So is likely that there's going to be a viable connection. It's going to be underground editor eland Musk's boring company. The LA startup aims to develop new tunneling and vehicle technology to solve gridlock on surface routes. The Carter said his talks with the firm are preliminary. And that the city wants to hear ideas from other companies to there's no timeline yet for tunnel project. But the Cardo said he wants the city to be ready with a proposal when an expected regional bond measure is on the ballot in the next few years. I'm Dan Brekke K Kuwaiti news north bay. Congressman Jared Huffman is calling President Trump's decision to promote David Bernhardt to be interior secretary quote alarming. In disappointing Huffman, says the appointment removes any pretense that Trump is serious about draining the swamp. What Trump has done here after appointing a whole bunch of cabinet secretaries in the first couple of years that have really been fuck men for all of these industry lobbyists. He's simply cutting out the middleman, I'm tweeting lobbyist at the top down the longtime oil and gas industry lobbyists Bernhardt also represented central valley agricultural interests in a lawsuit to overturn endangered.

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"bill mix wayne" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:53 min | 3 years ago

"bill mix wayne" Discussed on NPR News Now

"NPR podcasts are now. Available on every platform checkout all our shows at NPR dot org slash podcasts. That's NPR dot org slash podcasts. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. President Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen is again delaying testimony before a house panel. He was supposed to appear this Friday now he'll appear behind closed doors on February twenty eighth Cohen is headed to federal prison next month after pleading guilty to several federal charges. Lawmakers want to know more about his work with Trump, including on a real estate deal in Moscow that Cohen lied to congress about President Trump heads to the State Department this afternoon to address members of the coalition to defeat ISIS. His visit comes as he vows to bring US troops home from Syria. NPR's? Michelle Kellerman reports US visuals, say representatives of seventy four countries and five international organizations are taking part in the meeting to map out the next phases of the fight against ISIS. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo says ISIS remains a menace and the US troop withdrawal is not an end to the fight or entering an era of decentralized jihad. So we must be nimble or. In our approach as well. Kurdish fighters who have helped the US in northern Syria are nervous about the US troops pull out and feel threatened by neighboring Turkey U S officials say they are in close negotiations with Turkish counterparts to set up a buffer zone. Michele Keleman, NPR news. The State Department in his state of the union address. President Trump said he's going to hold a second summit with North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN later this month in Vietnam. NPR's Gile Snyder reports Rosen and Trump said much work remains to be done. But that his relationship with North Korea's Kim Jong on is a good one. The president said he and Kim will meet February twenty seventh and twenty eighth in Vietnam. But exactly where remains unclear while the president hails progress, the intelligence community remained sceptical director of national intelligence, Dan Coats to congress last week that North Korea's unlikely to dismantle its nuclear weapons program. NPR's Giles Snyder, the Justice department has filed a civil lawsuit against Philadelphia non. Off it that's planning eight supervised injection site. It's intended to combat the opioid crisis from member station. WHYY? Bobby Allen reports other cities have discussed similar proposals. This is the first time the federal government has acted for months. Federal officials have threatened to take the planners Philadelphia's supervised injection site to court, but it has not slowed down officials at the nonprofits safe house, which is raising money and scouting for a site where people can use opioids under medical supervision. Studies have shown that similar programs in Canada in Europe have saved lives, but US attorney Bill mix. Wayne says such a site has no place in America. This is in your face illegal activity, using some of the most deadly dangerous drugs that are on the streets. We have a responsibility to step in safehouse officials say the federal drug laws cited by the Justice department where never intended to stop something like a supervised injection site for NPR news. I'm Bobby Allen in Philadelphia. You're listening to NPR. The national weather service is warning storm system is bringing heavy snow ice and dangerous travel conditions from the upper midwest to the northeast there are storm advisories posted from Utah to Michigan the UN and women's advocacy groups are calling for the elimination of female genital mutilation by twenty thirty Lisa Shlein reports from Geneva. The appeal comes as the world marks the international day of zero tolerance for female genital mutilation, the World Health Organization reports there's no medical justification for female genital mutilation on the contrary. WHO spokesman characters our excess this practice leads to long term, physical, psychological and social consequences negative consequences to women may experience from gentle mutilation such as prevalent with urine eighteen we desists infections as well. As complications in child worked and increased risk of newborn, that's female. Genital mutilation is prevalent in thirty countries in Africa the Middle Eastern Asia. But it's also practiced by some immigrant communities from these regions in western countries for NPR news. I'm Lisa Shlein. In geneva. A published report says the Venezuelan opposition claims, it'll hold national elections. When President Nicolas Maduro is forced propounder. The Associated Press reports opposition leaders promised to hold them within a year. Meanwhile, allies of Maduro say they might call new elections for the country's congress controlled by the opposition Madero is seeking control of Venezuela's legislative branch, I'm korva Coleman. NPR news from Washington.

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"bill mix wayne" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"bill mix wayne" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Customs and border protection agent. Dave Graham, says it's a special mission of the challenge we get into doing. Very rewarding channel two action. News reports Clayton county swat even practice. Rope. Rappelling from the choppers this week Briscoe field will be among the regional airports preparing for a hectic weekend director, Matthew Smith tells WSB it'll be especially busy once the Super Bowl is over normally the tower closer to nine o'clock at night. They'll be open twenty four hours that's Sunday through Monday morning. Planes flying in need a reservation a park. Cobb county's McCollum field predicts a tenfold increase in activity through the weekend. Federal investigators are on the hunt for counterfeit Super Bowl merchandise this weekend. Prosecutor Bill mix Wayne points to an arrest in Duluth this week of alleged counterfeiter Damon Daniel arresting officer report, Mr. Daniels car was filled with printing equipment and card stock presumably to resume counterfeit ticket sales at this year Super Bowl. Investigators tells channel two action news Daniels as part of a larger ring that hits all the big events. A local prominent businessman is charged with ripping off friends and family as part of a Super Bowl tickets scam Gwinnett. Police corporal Wilbert Rundle's tells channel two action news Catan Shaw, even took more than thirty grand from his own mother. It's not that he posted some ad in random people or contacting this guy for for tickets and being scam. Shah's wife claims he's been missing for almost a month. About a dozen people say he's ripped them off the front man for maroon five says his group had nothing to do with canceling the traditional press conference before. Or they're Super Bowl. Halftime performance. Levin tells entertainment tonight, it wasn't maroon five's idea to cancel the news conference. The NFL cancelled a press conference, you'll have to speak with that NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said just a day earlier the halftime acts wanted to be able to reach their fans directly Georgia NWC vice-president. Gerald Griggs tells me both Goodell and maroon five are cowards. They don't wanna talk about police, brutality and racial intolerance. That's happening in this country to that Levin says dislike insatiable urge to hey a little bit covering the Super Bowl. Pete combs, WSB WSB news time, six thirty five..

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"bill mix wayne" Discussed on WSB-AM

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01:47 min | 3 years ago

"bill mix wayne" Discussed on WSB-AM

"City. Breaking news. I I this is w SP twenty four hour. Continuing news the Super Bowl compound downtown WSB's Michelle Wright Super Bowl live the free event at Centennial Olympic Park reopened today. And there's a lot on tap for football and music fans alike. Acts like Josh Bricker Tyler trid hero, the Bannon Craig Campbell all taking the main stage and producer Jemaine. Tells me he wanted to make sure that the world sees all the talent that Georgia has to offer. I wanted to make sure that I share this experience with all of the artists of Atlanta or Georgia period. Football fans, you can get a glimpse of folks. Like Tony Gonzalez. Matt Ryan, Ciclon Barclay and Steven Jackson continuing our team coverage of Super Bowl fifty three here in Atlanta. Authorities on the lookout for bogus big game merchandise to cuter Bill mix Wayne pointed to a Duluth police arrest this week of alleged counterfeiter Damon Daniels during a traffic stop. The arresting officer reported Mr. Daniels car was filled with printing equipment and card stock presumably to resume counterfeit tickets sales at this year Super Bowl. Authorities say Daniels is part of a larger ring they're tracking that hits all the big event. As channel two action news reporter, Tony Thomas new to the biggest fennel bust, ever US customs and border agencies more than two hundred fifty pounds worth hidden in a produce truck from Mexico after it came across the border. Into Arizona, new report estimates that nearly half of all American adults have some kind of heart or blood vessel disease and medical milestone, and mostly due to the expansion of guidelines recently, the judge how many people are considered to have high blood pressure. This report today by the American Heart Association says more than one hundred twenty one million adults in this country have some kind of cardiovascular disease WSB news time.

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