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2 US oil executives released from Venezuela prison to house arrest
"Former, US ambassador and Congressman Bill. Richardson. Says two of six American oil executives jailed in Venezuela have been released in given house arrest in a statement. Richardson identifies the to CITCO executives as Gustavo Cardenas in Jorges to show the six were arrested more than two years ago while on a business trip to Caracas and accused of Corruption Richardson now heads center. That works to free jailed Americans and other countries.
Fresh update on "bill richardson" discussed on Townhall Review
"Shopper Andy Sirois is a respiratory nurse. Who's been carrying for Corona virus patients out of Portland, Oregon Hospital. I know we'll have our own little tree with the purple life and Maybe something small to look forward to. I'm Jennifer King. French churches, mosques and synagogues can open their doors again. The worshippers, but only a few of them as France cautiously starts to reopen. That after a second virus lockdown Breaking news and analysis a town hall dot com. Dubai's discount airline launching new flights to Israel. Bob Agnew report in another side that President Trump's foreign policy is normalizing relations in the Middle East, devise low cost airline flight to buy has begun regular flights to Tel Aviv. That follows the U. S. Peace deal with Israel. Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, met with the airline CEO who was aboard the first flight from the Arab nation, the hopes of the families for a quick release of six American oil executives detained in Venezuela for three years that over an alleged corruption scheme. Have no evaporated. A judge has found all of them guilty and quickly sentenced them to prison. Former New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson says he had met with President Madero during the summer and had encouraged him to release the man Wall Street To this past week. Stocks were up the S and P Record close 36 38 more on these stories at town hall dot com. Streaming Now on my heart calm radio dot com 8 60 AM the answer portion to the following program may be transcribed. And the town hall review with you hear it, but in partnership with Pepper nine graduate school of public policy, it's Thanksgiving weekend. So many people don't think of God is worthy of thanks on the central to the American vocation, we'll hear from sailing host Dennis pregnant. Removed God on Eventually, the American experiment will fail. He reads from George Washington. They have public Thanksgiving in prayer to be observed by acknowledging with grateful Hearts. The many signal favors of Almighty God and addresses all Americans. You can express thanks that our founders were god believers, even if you're not Because it was that believe that gave rise to the freedoms and belief in human rights that you now enjoy. I'm you hear it. Great to be with you. Patch my program each weekday morning Live 69 A M, Eastern time and on demand 24 7. Learned Maura Hugh Hewitt, calm And follow me on Twitter at Hugh Hewitt follow this program as well. At Town Hall Review in October of 17 89 President George Washington gave us the first Thanksgiving proclamation. Two presidents would be so bold with their faith in public today. In a moment, sailor most Dennis Prager will go through that proclamation. And it is more significant this year than most is politics and a pandemic of divided families. People need each other find themselves at a distance from loved ones, Some forced by ideology, Somebody government mandate, others out of Karen concern. I'm sure many of you sat around a table with far fewer people than in the past the smaller, quieter Thanksgiving Others pressed ahead to find authorities and warnings and brought family and loved ones into your home. Celebration in different houses across the country. My good friend and colleague Dennis Prager examines this very important holiday Thanksgiving should be easily the most easily most widely celebrated American holiday. If you don't celebrate Thanksgiving, there's something wrong with you. I'm so I know that is you making the judgment? Yes. I am making a judgment I very open with you. Now, if you can't celebrate Thanksgiving Because of some form of incapacitation or there is nobody to celebrate it with, for whatever reason that you're exempted. I'm talking about those of you who can celebrate the day and for reasons that I can't even begin to figure out or not. There can't be a religious objection to it. There can't be. What religion does not ask you to be grateful. Right, so it can't It can't be a religious objection. There can't be a secular objection. What secular argument would there be? Not to have a day to gather with people. It doesn't have to be. Family doesn't have to be friends. It could be people. It's a big deal. Thanksgiving. I am going to analyze for you. A George Washington's proclamation his Thanksgiving proclamation. And you will see What we should be as a nation. Just using Lincoln Proclamation of Thanksgiving. Washington's But Washington obviously comes first and sets the idea out that America should step back one day. That's why I'm very annoyed at those retail operations that will Not honor the holiday. Look, I said this on many occasions. It's not a political show today. Although Who knows what will happen, but Remember? Big business. Frequently does not have conservative values. So it Zschau never be confused with Values. Thanks to me. We don't need big business. One has nothing to do with the other. I don't react emotionally to the fact that I just stated to you, but it is still worth noting. Today should be truly a day where in there was quiet. Except for those Who are Expressing their thanks. And there is this great existential philosophical. Cosmological. I was going to say theological, but then that would Be redundant, given the question, But there is the questions if you don't if you're not saying thanks to God Who to whom are saying Thanks, and I haven't answer I well, it's set up to say thanks to God it is. Because God is central to the American experiment. You remove God. And eventually, the American experiment. Will fail and we will be Sweden West. Right now. There are many people. Who want to be Sweden, West. So what I just said, hardly scares them. Indeed, it delights them the prospect of being Sweden West Veria arrest Is a very appealing one. Not two not to yours truly, however. But it is an interesting question. Nevertheless, to whom do you give? Thanks. If you don't believe in God, now, I do, obviously so I give thanks to God. Now I have I have one answer that. Will surprise you..
Coronavirus Sell-Off Threatens to End U.S. Stock Market's Decade-Long Bull Run
"You think corona virus could turn into a black swan that turns things If not completely south then maybe sideways and you said all other things being equal probably not. Would you like to revisit that no but I actually? I I do not at the time thing. It's a black swan event. I think it's more of a black hole event. And we don't know the time or the breath of that whole but there's still so much uncertainty. I still stand by the fact that we have pretty healthy economic fundamentals. So far we've seen other situations over this eleven now in the eleventh year expansion where there's been a a quarterly decline which I think we can expect a slowing growth because of the virus in the USA Common Connie in the first quarter. That doesn't mean a Duro meant of the market or the economic expansion. It just means that the economy has hit a soft spot so bottom line. It's two two two shoe soon. Okay all right fine fair enough David. You took the other side of that. Bet. I'm proud. Pessimists proud pessimist and look I I look let's be clear. I sided with Neela last time so I was wrong to Are Are you surprised? David Gura by the speed with which things have gone south. It's been a week and all of a sudden we're we're like Oh my goodness you know. I am. I was GonNa make a joke that you've worn out the sad trombone album but the fact of the matter is you were playing. We're in the money like a week ago. Ten days ago we were at record so I think how quickly and how precipitously the market's fallen is. What's given a lot of people pause here trying to figure out what's happened but You know as as Neil as saying I think there's so much uncertainty about things beyond the economics of this and that's what I think is driving investors crazy Fundamentally this comes down to science and medicine We don't have good tests for this. We have a vaccine for this yet. Of course and you couple that with the communication strategy can call it that from from the administration It has been dissonant to say the least and I think investors are trying to get a handle on how big this is going to be how bad this is going to be. And there just isn't a whole lot of clarity on that yet neil. I was writing yesterday's show and I was trying to turn a phrase and I wanted to say something like you know the the economic fundamentals of of what we're dealing with here. The fundamentals are still strong and they are right now as you said a minute ago at some point though the actual economy not just the market will be affected. Yes maybe too soon. To tell look there is some global impact that we will for sure. Cnn It's going to be a bigger impact in China who is dealing with a massive travel restrictions quarantines of millions of people shut down businesses. But there is some good news coming out of China and that is that China starting to open for business. And the and the reports of new cases of slowing. What's really changed for markets? This week is that the impact has reached beyond China's borders. And that's the scary thing. We don't know how quickly this fire will spread or whether there will be a community wide event and the developed market like the United States which shuts down a city or region for an extended period of time. That's what the markets are reacting to. And yes that would have an economic effect but there's a range of scenarios between the worst case in the best case in any possibility can happen at this point up totally. Fair David. A A note here about Two Thousand Eight two thousand nine. I'm getting questions you probably are about. Whether this is two thousand eight all over again and it has to be pointed out that the markets are functioning right there are buyers and sellers credit exists liquidities their functioning and there were huge problems with the economy back in two thousand eight two thousand nine ten point. We don't have those same problems today. So that's something that's decidedly different here and you look at the the market today A lot of losses were raised. I mean the market was way down. had many points of the day to day came back up here at the end so yes to some extent there are buying opportunities here but you look at places like the bond. Market the tenure. Us Bond is incredibly low at this point now indicating the fact that People are flocking to safety. They WanNa find something amidst all of this at the same time. They're also having some faith here that the Fed is going to do something and today. You got this statement from the Fed Chairman Saying essentially the the economy's is is doing fine. We're GONNA continue to monitor this involving threat. I think he said So you saw him trying to do what he could In three sentences or four sentences to to give investors a bit of confidence. I wonder if he thought about playing my game. What is j? Paul says that that'd be good. That'd be a little bit Okay so look Neela actually just gonNA mention Jay Powell He came out made this. It has to be said at six. It's an extraordinary statement for the Fed to come out of nowhere and have the Fed chairman. Say listen everything is fine The market however while rallying into the close I don't care what the Fed share had to say because in all honesty the Federal Reserve cannot create a vaccine. No it can't when all you have is a hammer. Every problem is a nail. And we've learned that an interest rate cut can't solve trade tensions and it can't immunize the population on the markets from the corona virus. But what the Fed can do is show that there's someone paying attention that can stimulate Credit MARKETS LIQUIDITY KEEP liquidity flowing and. Keep US put a bottom in terms of the stock price stock market decline. And that's exactly what POW intended to do with the statement bill. Richardson at Edward Jones. I Apologize For messing up on the INTRO. There Neela won't happen again. David Girl you can catch him On the TV MSNBC. On Saturday and Sunday afternoons David. Yes right. Y'All let's get there. We go all right. Thanks you to heal later. It would take a veritable orchestra of Wa wa. Trombones to do justice to this week on Wall Street. We will try when we do. The numbers
"bill richardson" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Right colors I must say let's continue showing bill Richardson Texas the great W. B. A. pay go hello mark in handy from Texas counties I think you might as well I think you money once lived here I lived in Richardson right outside of Dallas for about a half year give or take worked at Texas Instruments briefly very briefly a law school before I moved on to the Reagan administration was thinking about moving to Plano Texas which was really nothing back then when I was twenty two years older so and that's almost like a metropolitan Metropolit set out there which is wonderful well I'll tell you what we've grown immensely since that time NY and you're welcome back here in Dallas was a Republican city back them by the way yeah it was and we have the eighty four Republican convention I was volunteer back then and I'll tell you what it's it you know wonderful I'm gonna get to my point I've been a lawyer for over thirty two years I had several mentors in my lifetime several of whom it passed away you're my new meant to work and and being on in my late fifties and everything else I'm semi retired but it but guess what I don't think there's anything wrong with that and another mentor so heavenly is very kind of you thank you yeah so having said that I want to get to my point the Democrats from what I can tell they've they've gone from one place to another first it was pretty quick quote quote you know and then the next thing it was bribery and everything else it looks as if they're trying.
"bill richardson" Discussed on KOMO
"At this facility they are deeply concerning and demand a thorough investigation sources tell ABC news that at the urging of his defense attorneys have seen was taken off suicide watch two weeks ago and while they were cameras on the cell block where he was held they did not focus on individual units so it's unlikely there surveillance video of the moment of his death this as little Saint James Jeffrey up seems private oasis in the Caribbean is now the subject of a raid by both the FBI and and why P. D. A. B. C. news was there as the agency search for new evidence against the decease financier and potential co conspirators we're also learning more about long time abstain associate Gielen Maxwell who's been accused of recruiting underage girls like Virginia fray to act as sex slaves for him and other men the training started immediately Jeffrey what he wants a lot of this training came from the land herself in deposition testimony from recently unsealed documents fray says she was directed to have sex with several powerful men like former New Mexico governor bill Richardson former Maine senator George Mitchell and prince Andrew all of the men have denied those allegations Richardson and Mitchell deny having ever met her on Sunday as smiling prince Andrew was spotted accompanying his mother the queen to church Conchita Sarnoff an advocate for victims of sex trafficking wrote a book about abstain and says she knew Maxwell socially according to Virginia's filings she would teach the underage girls how to behave how to act how to dress how to eat properly I think those girls were so fearful of Dylan Hey because she was much older than they were and she of course lived with abstain and she had a relationship with that sting whatever that relationship was it's clearly was a close relationship Maxwell has consistently denied all allegations and has not been charged with any.
Epstein, Senate And Maxwell discussed on Mueller, She Wrote
"All right guys. Welcome back doc real quick. I'd like to go over some of the things that we are learning from the huge release of epstein documents that came out the day before he died by parents suicide. One of the most consequential consequential documents released was a previously sealed lawsuit against jews lane maxwell brought by virginia jeffrey in which she accused maxwell of procuring young girls for epstein in his powerful powerful friends two sides both sides settled in two thousand seventeen and the details of that settlement are under seal in his deposition she said that maxwell and epstein traffic her two former democratic governor bill richardson in new mexico prince andrew wealthy financier glenn dubin former senate majority lea former senate senate majority leader george mitchell modeling scout john luke brunell and an m._i._t. Scientists named marvin linski <hes> she was also directed to have sex with another prince
Jeffrey Epstein dies a day after release of court documents
"Pfeiffer financier Jeffrey Epstein was found dead in his Manhattan jail cell this morning that's according to the New York City medical examiner's office the billionaire financier was facing sex trafficking and conspiracy charges in New York his case is especially noteworthy because for years he's been linked to other prominent men we're joined now by Michael gold of the New York times Michael thanks for being with us on this morning sure have you been able to confirm so far any details about how obscene died so what we know right now for two lines working in officials is that apple straps being hanged himself and his body was found at around seven thirty AM this morning inside the federal jail in Manhattan where he had been since his arrest we don't know any other details right now and obviously we're still recording trying to learn more information last month at steam had been found semi conscious in his cell with marks on his neck what do you know about the conditions in this prison yes so Mr obscene words to be in part on protection Michael we last year we lost to a little bit can you just repeat the last one you said sorry about that semester of steam then asked federal he was in a section of the jail with the heightened security in part for his own protection I think sometimes when you have high profile inmates they they want to separate them from the general population we don't have a ton of details in this particular and stand law enforcement officials told us at the time that they were investigating on his injury of a possible suicide attempt although they haven't ruled out the possibility that he had he had been assaulted and we have heard from them that Mister asking have been put at some point on suicide watch but we don't know whether that was still the case this week or this morning when he was found and this is a federal facility he was being held in yeah he was held in a federal facility here and now so this comes after just yesterday court filings were unsealed that suggests there may be an even wider circle of well known people who knew about extenze let's crimes what can you tell us about any of those unseal documents if you be able to look at them yes I look at them yesterday at this this bigger documents from a court case filed by women in Virginia ray who had accused admits to asking and one of his associates going Maxwell of sexually abusing her starting when she was sixteen and the documents were sealed Intel lawsuit I'm sorry petition by the Miami Herald and these these documents about two thousand pages that provide more details about what might have been going on inside Mr asking homes the name people who he is believed to have associated with and in some cases they implicate some of these people live in and that sex trafficking charges that Mister asking faces though it's important to note that many of the claims made new documents haven't been corroborated and that this lawsuit never went to trial right and we should emphasize that none of the people named were charged students several court one person who was named as former New Mexico governor bill Richardson and pure reached out to him and a spokesperson said that the quote charges are completely false Michael is there is it correct that these are not the final documents to be released it actually may only be a first batch and if so what more might be coming that is correct they're expected to be more documents in this case to be released we don't totally know what's going to be and then part of the issue with this case is that so much with the we don't know what definitions were taken we're not totally sure what allegations have been made and it's not even clear really how long it's gonna take to get the rest of the documents that were expecting you know thousands of more pages to come out from point maybe this week next week maybe this month it's really unclear he has that will provide more information about some of the allegations that are made against the staff in is a known how Epstein's death could affect the case against him you were still trying to to report that out I think everyone is still reacting to this news this morning we did hear from one of the people who is accused must abstain who said that she you know it disappointed that he won't fully be brought to justice but weight when I entirely sure where the case will go from here that's Michael Gould of The New York Times Michael thank you thank
"bill richardson" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"All you have to do is learn to sing learn the word actually, you don't even have to learn the words, I think last year people came with notes came with, with a note, and it's fine. I mean it's just an on dish in it is not. American idol, or, or the voice or anything. It's Santa Fe's fee high school gymnasium no pressure. We do need to sign up in advance. So do that today. Okay. I was debating, whether I can ask you this or not. What did you think of the presentation, we just heard on by the behi- faith? I thought it was really cool. I personally have a friend who is a member. I didn't know if it was called ask you about that or not. Yeah, no, I have a friend who's a member of the high fate. Someone your age. Yeah. Yeah. She's in my class. She is wonderful person. And you know she finds. You know she believes in it. She is a member of the high faith. And she's a great person. Good testimonial teenager, and she's a great person, no said, right there. Integrate. All right, we're good. And she's a good student, she is. She wants to go into the medical field is currently interning at LaFontaine medical center doing radio she's doing medicine. Yep. Bit different. Little bit. We're carrying people in our own way story. All right. Couple stories to talk about today and start off with the one the political story in today's new Mexican Simon is reporting today about how our former governor after much deliberation apparently has decided to endorse these son of his former when safe oh, but Bill Richardson governor, and Ben Luhan speaker of the house. It wasn't always, you know, we're, we're both Democrats going agree on everything, actually been Ben Luhan speaker gave Bill Richardson Phipps. But they were friendly and they could meet in dark room at L, Paraguan, Spinola, over couple of cocktails, and chips, and salsa in. Come to terms without, you know, without bitterness. So according to Mylan, today, governor Richardson, has decided he said it was hard hard decision because he likes both Ben Ray Luhan and Maggie to loose. Oliver likes him both. But my own says this is just kind of a show of loyalty on Bill Richardson, part, if you know, governor Richards, all, you know, that the governor is very loyal incredibly loyal. So to, I guess, to the memory of his former colleague ally and sometimes opponent and political issues, he is coming out and saying, he will indoors Ben Ray Luhan for United States Senate. Though he said, not a tough choice likes them. Both. Doesn't want to have to do it. But when asked push come to shove now, governor Richardson, was also a congressman in the congressional district, number three which because Ben Ray is running for United States, Senate that seat is open as well. Now, as far as endorsing for that seat. Not yet. Not yet. He said everybody's fine Canada where the candidate. She's a great candidate. He's a great candidate. Everybody's a great candidate at this point. But that was his old seat. Now, somebody new new name has popped up here that I was not aware of somebody who is running for the congressional by the way candidate for United States, Senate seat Maggie to lose all over will be here tomorrow. I may ask her about Bill Richardson? If she allows me to, but a new name has come up for the CD three seat. And that is the name of Robert oppa DACA. Small businessman. Robert lives in congressional district number one. But he is relocating so he's not seen as a carpetbagger to two CD three to the one is Albuquerque. The most populated congressional district and to is northern New Mexico. To is southern New Mexico. Three is northern New Mexico. So Robert is going to relocate to, to this district Cording to Mylan today. Robert Apodaca, forty eight met with governor Richardson while planning to move his residence from burner. Leo. Up to this district. Now Docker grew up in towns in the area around town operates as a business mall business in Santa Fe. So he is not really a carpet. Bagger has just been living down in Berlin. First time he's ever run for office..
Kim Jong-Un and Vladimir Putin Get Down to Business in Russia
"It's a I the leader of North Korea meeting with Russian President Putin USA radio's Timberg with details. The first between Russian President Vladimir Putin and North Korean leader, Kim Jong Hoon was short on substance, but long on symbolism, and that's what both men need. That's at least according to former US ambassador to the UN, Bill Richardson. He explains I'm Fox News. Well, it's not much substance now economic assistance went to Cam. But it fulfills the objectives of the two leaders for Putin. It shows still a major player in the world stage for Cam shows that he's not isolated diplomatically
'This summit may be a dud', says Former North Korean Negotiator
"From North Korean negotiator. Bill Richardson is concerned about the forthcoming talks between President Trump and can John are words at this negotiation. This summit may be dot that instead of concrete progress on what is important denuclearization Richardson on ABC's this week.
Week ahead: North Korea summit
"President Trump heading to Vietnam later this week for his second summit with North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN in eight months. Former US ambassador to the United Nations Bill Richardson tells ABC's this week his take I don't believe it would be a successful summit unless you had some kind of commitment on North Korea's part on denuclearization dismantling inspections missiles, nuclear detonations. It seems the president is deflating expectations. And that's. Oh
Who might replace Nikki Haley as U.N. ambassador
"Of speculation as to who will be replacing UN ambassador. Nikki Haley with more. Here's USA radio networks Timberg President Trump said he'd have a replacement for the US ambassador to the United Nations. Nikki Haley within the next three weeks. Former ambassador to the UN Bill Richardson on Fox News talking about Haley's replacements. It was strike that Huntsman would be a good choice. Heather Nauert, you know. She's gotten a lot of foreign policy experience with working on the press issues, but the State Department, I don't know Dina Powell, but this is a great job for USA
"bill richardson" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"The germans are are you know they're spending one point two five percent of gdp alone they to be more than twice that of russia's and about sixty percent of the population they can afford freedom if they want it good point if they want it all right allen i appreciate the appreciate the call thanks very much bill richardson grab audio summit number ten former ambassador to the united nations for i think the clintons former governor of new may call he was on cnn this morning and the info babe ankara poppy harlow said the president says this governor is he heads to russia and monday sit down with putin does he have a point is this is this a smart strategy what trump is doing with nato it's very i believe very questionable strategy nato is very important to the united states germany's strongest partner we have in nato i don't understand the president's tactics i think he wants to get leverage over germany on trade on tariffs but the important message here is is one of saying to russia look you're the most important relationship for us in europe this is not should not be the case that nato is diminished by some of the president's remarks so i'm i'm very troubled by this attitude in this effort to basically undermined nato see who is undermining nato this is why these people haven't asked backwards pardon my french nato is undermining nato undermining the that's what all this is about trump's not undermining anything trump simply calling it out we have time for the next richardson bite we do cramped in there right now doesn't have a basis in fact nato countries host twenty eight american military bases their forty thousand american troops european troops in afghanistan they help us nato helps us against radical islamic countries against soviet expansionism they're very much a part of the most important security alliance since the call war that america has he's saying that bite that trump is lying when he says nato benefits europe more than the than the united states anyway trump just keeps doing here's a look at the roads brought you by express employment professionals.
"bill richardson" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Former new mexico governor bill richardson own history with north korea of course former un ambassador as well appeared on fox business with maria bartiromo this morning his reaction to what had happened so far with his agreement being signed in singapore governor let me kick it off with you you've actually been in talks with the north koreans before your take away from this summit well on the positive side a potential normalization of relations the two leaders getting to know each other perhaps trusting each other difference in tone a year ago we were in terrible shape in the peninsula enormous tension lessening attention all of that good on the mic side i wanted to see more meat on the bones i wanted to see more specifics on verification on inspections we have a vague statement that commits the denuclearization with both sides having different interpretations i wanted wanted to see more on what we're gonna do about freezing missiles and nuclear weapons the negotiating process which is starting which is good guarding their governor i mean come on mean more meat on the bone up to this point we've had zero meat on the bone two four three thirty three thirty three again and bill richardson look like i'll be relaxed in the interviews i've seen with bill richardson regarding president trump he doesn't come across now he doesn't support him don't get me wrong but he doesn't come across as a hater a president trump.
American who killed Indian man in Kansas bar sentenced to life
"President trump on friday told reporters a date and location have been selected for his summit with north korean leader kim jong hoon former ambassador bill richardson says he's concerned that the process is being rushed and that the united states won't be fully prepared for such a summit about being effective in finding a solution so no one else needs to go through what we're going here richardson was speaking to neil cavuto on fox news the man who killed an indian immigrant in kansas in a bar will now spend the rest of his life in prison adam pure engine was sentenced to life in prison with no parole on friday for the shooting that left two others injured in february of two thousand seventeen witnesses say he yelled out get out of my country before opening fire in that bar the victim's widow releasing statement after the sentencing calling for people to work together to spread love and stand up to hate puritan still faces federal hate crime charges for the murder and over seventeen million millennials call themselves mothers as a study from the national center for health statistics data says while millennials account for eighty two percent of births in the united states the generation of women is waiting longer than prior generations to enter the world of.
"bill richardson" Discussed on Slate's The Gist
"And and there's a real opportunity anything kim jong loan is also disposed to making a deal but you've gotta watch him you gotta keep your hands on your wallet look it's a dicey situation that all hail mary beth and hope for the best bill richardson ambassador governor secretary what's idle has failed so much all the best thank you and now the spiel you know so much of the time where lost we say please god tell us what is right tell us what is true and there is no justice the rich win the poor powerless we become tired of hearing people lie and after a tom we become dead a little dead we begin to think of ourselves as victims and we become victims but today i give you faith i give you solace i bring you the bright side what is good and what his proper and what should be headline nbc michael cohen used trump company email in stormy daniels arrangements the new york times says the stormy daniels scandal get serious philip bump of the washington post puts it bluntly it seems almost certain now that the stormy daniels payoff violated election laws yes that's right we have now determined that the star of trailer trash nurses six and the director of sex door neighbors has a better lawyer than the president of the united states has retained more qualified council well to be fair trailer trash nurses one through five did pay quite a bit to allow her to get a bright bright attorney on retainer hernu lawyer is michael f natty he's a guy with my haircut my first name.
"bill richardson" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Released or ease tensions at a time of crisis no former un ambassador bill richardson is offering advice to president trump for the unorthodox acceptance to meet with kim jong on before any parameters are clearly established i don't think we're going to get an absolute goal nuclearisation i think the president needs to temper that still richardson figures anytime two nations are talking instead of threatening each other with annihilation is worth supporting it's risky we got to be properly prepared and we cannot underestimate kim dramont easily golfing in through a strategic thinker bob costantini the white house vice president mike pence says north korea's desire to meet is evidence that the president's strategy to isolate the kim regime is working and says in a statement that the north koreans are coming to the table even though the us has made no concessions a local foreign policy expert ways in on the chances for success and the downside of failure kyw steve tower reports simple university associate professor john masscre says this was a personality driven breakthrough whether it's for kim family want i think they want to remain in power the kim dynasty is ruled north korea for three generations the current mr can that's been doing a very good job at keeping himself and play now he says president trump always the dealmaker sees the offer as a potential historic diplomatic win certainly if he can pull this off while dennis a major breakthrough after mr trump and mr kim had been hurling insults and threats for months on end he says the north may ultimately believe that fire in theory line from the us president could be the threat to could just be they have nothing to lose worst case scenario is reverting toaff what we've been hearing from the two leaders and the threat to wipe each other out steve tower kyw newsradio kyw news time 105 occasionally that transportation security administration visits airports around the country refreshing people on the do's and don'ts of getting on a plane officials brought their demonstration to philadelphia and kyw david madden was their tsa staffers posed this passengers four who knew the rules and four who didn't took three times as long for the illinformed clear security multiply that by the thousands going through this airport on any given day in when you get.
US payrolls surge in February but wage growth elusive
"I'm side is and i'm a long haul this week on kqed's the duelists will feature a theatrical alternative to march madness and a fochi from vermont that alongside an artist thoughtfully taking on human trafficking though shows and more on the dualist our guy very best in arts and the bay area this friday in every friday morning at 620 to an eightwicket kqed's morning and this is michael krasny here's what's coming up later today on form with meena kim uc berkeley professor and former secretary of labor robert rice will join us in a studio to talk about his new book the common good we shouldn't be swayed by the myth having nutro free market we must make the market work for us join us for forum nine to eleven right here on kqed public radio mostly cloudy today with temperatures in the '60s and a ten percent chance of showers tonight live from npr news in washington i'm louise schiavone after more than a year of hot rhetoric at name calling between their two nations north korea's kim jong own and president trump are preparing to meet in person the development caught people by surprise around the world and at home former us ambassador to the un bill richardson said frankly when i heard the news i was speech was flabbergasted it keeps streamling risky for president trump but i commend him he spoke to abc news richardson has traveled to north korea several times the us stipulates this is a meeting not a negotiation the labor department releases the government's latest monthly employment reports at this hour and pr zyuganov gucci has more analysts expect the job market to show continued strength they project about two hundred thousand new jobs which could lower the unemployment rate further but last month's report also showed a big spike in wage growth assign that employers are facing higher workforce costs that stoked fears that costs would increase across the board pushing inflation higher and prompting the federal reserve to raise interest rates sooner that spurred a global stock selloff however most analysts are not projecting wages to show similar wage growth for february.
"bill richardson" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Talking to us no problem thank you so after having minute pressured okay thought by byebye jason buha days owns an enormous funchal pop collection with his wife in revere massachusetts and we've reached miserable hayes in revere he wants considered the defacto leader of myanmar uncensored g a friend now the former governor of new mexico bill richardson says he is probably on her enemy list yesterday mr richardson resigned from an advisory board on the brahim the refugee crisis in myanmar the board was called the advisory commission board on rock state and he has publicly rebuking both the panel and ms sued g herself governor richardson has just returned from yanmar reached him in santa fe governor richardson why have you steps down from this advisory board two reasons one i think it's to whitewash uh operation that does not want good sensible advice about what to do about the row handgun rokach roof kind and secondly because i think on who she has lost trust in me and i've lost trust in her so for those two reasons mainly that i felt this board was not going to give the advice that was needed to improve the situation human rights situation now what were you things that the board would accomplish when you agreed to participate well i've known on susser she for thirty years i've always supported her and she told me this board was go to make recommendations of basically to give credibility to reforms that she was going to make on the whole refugee human rights issue and then i find the that the board is basically validating.
"bill richardson" Discussed on Here & Now
"Former us ambassador to the un bill richardson has resigned from an international panel set up by me on mars leader aung san suu dci to advise her on the road hang a crisis the ruhango are the muslim minority in myanmar formerly burma hundreds of thousands are now living in camps in neighbouring bangladesh having fled the violence they and observers say is carried i by me on mars military we've con embassador richardson in the houston airport as he travels back from me amar listen closely is on his cellphone investor richardson we know you're trying to catch another plane so thank you why do quit well i retire and roberto buyers and on the role in your crisis was a whitewash that it just wanted to reinforce the views of the near mark government and on sons who she who i deeply admired it in the past but i think it's anoling this crisis battle he have there was fat vibrations relating to the citizenship issue the safety issue it just seemed like a white wire tonight in one part of it i was very upset at her reaction when i said well lease the two journalists that you have in person you need a free press to look at this crisis and she was very upset and i felt was best that i nonpri art of what i think it's a whitewash look access who she is you you you admire her but she's also a friend of yours she also was imprisoned herself by the various him military that now is said to be carrying out this violence against the roma hangar what's happened here what do you think is happened art art awarded called the bubble you know when you get an hour i have an hour you get people around you don't go and an alternate two months ago before i think what miller carrier urged the constitutional separation between civilian government which he heads from the military and she's not creditor crossed the military in the military's perpetrating a lot of these human rights violations i still admired this woman i work to get her free i helped in the clinton cabinet to put sanctions on the military so i'm very sad about this but i think maybe my resignation might be a little bit of a wake up call but she's got a change she's got to look and see the juice.
"bill richardson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The world economic forum in switzerland today hill address the annual gathering in dabo's tomorrow the president of michigan state university has announced her resignation michigan public radio's were pliuta reports that we wettest simon his stepping down over criticism of the university's handling of a sex abuse scandal many victims of former sports dr larry nassar say ms eu officials ignored their complaints that he will lusted girls and women were patients and their blamed the president for allowing that environment simon said in a statement that she has become the focus of victims anger in a politicized climate that expects to be vindicated when all the facts come out former un ambassador her bill richardson is speaking out following his sudden resignation from an advisory panel addressing the massive row hangar refugee crisis michael sullivan reports in an interview with the associated press in young gone miyama's former capital richardson was unusually blunt he said me on mars defacto leader unsung suci was blaming the country's problems on the un the media and human rights groups and said he believed this has caused by the bubble around her his words people who weren't giving her frank advice and he called the advisory panel a whitewash michael sullivan reporting this is npr news in washington and this is wnyc in new york i'm richard hake new york has the latest city to sue pharmaceutical companies for its role in their role in the opioid crisis wnyc's danny lu with says that might make these companies more likely to settle unlike most.
"bill richardson" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Funding issues the project is facing along with pressure for a review of the tire program that topic and much more on forum that's from nine to ten this morning on kqed public radio eighty eight point five fm four madam or i'm dave freeman good morning from npr news in washington i'm windsor johnston president trump is joining a us delegation at the world economic forum in switzerland today hill addressed the annual gathering in davos tomorrow the president of michigan state university has announced her resignation michigan public radio's red pliuta reports that luena simon his stepping down over criticism of the university's handling of a sex abuse scandal many victims of former sports dr larry nassar say ms eu officials ignored their complaints that he molested girls and women were patients and they blamed the president for allowing that enviro it simon said in a statement that she has become the focus of victims anger in a politicized climate and expects to be vindicated when all the facts come out former un ambassador bill richardson is speaking out following his sudden resignation from an advisory panel addressing the massive row hangar refugee crisis michael sullivan reports in an interview with the associated press in young gunmen mars former capital richardson was unusually blunt he said me on mars defacto leader aung sang suu g was blaming the country's problems on the un the media and human rights groups and said he believed this was caused by the bubble around her his words people who weren't giving her frank advice and he called the advisory panel a whitewash michael sullivan reporting this is npr news in washington and live in san francisco you're listening to kqed public radio starting your thursday with some clouds.
"bill richardson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Of the gymnasts allegations and tonight that be a cover coverup bbc news mass vaccination campaigns against england away in nigeria and brazil against yellow fever a mosquitoborne disease that kills tens of thousands of people worldwide each year in nigeria ritts hopes twenty five million people will be immunized this year of the emergence of hundreds of cases in recent months brazil's campaign is a rapid response to a yellow fever emergency that spot face of an urban epidemic the former president of brazil luiz and s now lula da silva insists he will run for office again in october despite an appeal court upholding his conviction for corruption and money laundering addressing thousands of supporters in south paolo he compared himself to the late south african president nelson mandela the bbc's camilla kosta says luna still has many followers the income especially in the poorer classes and brazil was really raised during their work has by tears they're in the lula is especially nowadays obviously there's a lot of debate about whether this was done in a sustainable way or not but still for those people lula is still a very important person i remember fifteen years ago end this very same day when he was in portal legacy doing one of his first speeches as president the electricity in the air and the kind of hope that people had many of them still have that hope memos to frontier leader answering suci has been strongly criticized by a member of an international advisory panel on the violence in recalling state in a resignation letter the us diplomat bill richardson said she had not listen to his advice excuse me suci of blaming human rights groups and the media for the crisis fifteen north korean ice hockey players have arrived in south korea for joint practice session ahead of next month's winter olympics as part of a deal reached in rare talks between the two countries both koreas agreed to enter a unified women's ice hockey team hello this is the thought show on the bbc world service with v jordan dunbar and with me lazy mcneil.
"bill richardson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Good chance he may be arrested as it has less room for abuse in brasilia motor salim of daybreak europe us president trump says he's willing to talk under two special counsel rubber mullah's part of the investigation into russian election meddling speaking at the white house trump indicated that the meeting could happen soon i heard yesterday but i would love to do which village it's i have to say subject to my moore's of all of that meanwhile trump has won't turkey not to expand its military offensive against us backed kurdish pointers in syria not as he told president recive time out of one that such action could lead to direct conflict with us forces but out of one remains defiant saying turkey's military will stay until the african region is free of the kurdish militia this operation will continue until every list member of the terrorist organization blizzard quit the area over the past few years with five thousand trucks and two thousand aircraft full of weapons is neutralised and us diplomat bill richardson has resigned from an international advisory panel on the hangar refugee crisis which is an says the panel is a quote cheerleading operation for me and mas leader aung sang suu chee berceno no agenda others no prior to address all the issues relating to shape too i don't want to be part of a whitewash the sudden resignation raises serious questions about international efforts to deal with a full out of me and mas military operations against the ringgit muslims which the un has cooled textbook ethnic cleansing global news 24 hours a day powered by more than 2600 journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm sandra kilholf this is bloomberg marcus particular emotion to each sandra let's bring you up to date with the sport as well his jul jaegal also came back from a goal down loss lights a place in next month's league cup final win over london rivals chelsea set up at a sided with manchester city at wembley it was the first sign also bring decided places sanchez is believed to manchester united he football boss skies force leaves during the twoday looking old what's going on a little clarity and of.
"bill richardson" Discussed on KKAT
"Final death yes and she's the one great she's been not on a book tour basically just got back yesterday and the book really i man is is about not being afraid to enjoy your beauty and she makes your giveth that quite frankly beautiful women are likely to have more zainal hold on a second only dear old i want to lure bernie voices here donald you're more bernie i didn't hear it boss euro to check on the tape join address came did not lose our planet long said you heard it was the only one louis louis left it you know it not sounded oslo bill richardson are more from new mexico the governor on sean plan yesterday rolling on he's always on i saw him i think he was actually fox goes on neil on fox ya neil might have been we have an abortive motoring well we asked you and you said yes i mean we know you like them never know he's as much responsible for this north korean debacle right as anybody should have say bill clinton get amman explain himself and rob wires bernie he was the he was the representative to the un the united states represents the un and he was a deeply involved in all those negotiations where we gave away the store and where the first got their nuclear weapons and and continued along that path it all started with him and the clinton administration schol double attack baron yes to blame him for nuclear war for the full the north korean great note juicer debacle when says monday perfect we here a new garage all should be fat more criminal who's that was it the senator who was a guy from arizona who came on a did sports a couple of times oh that was i saw him not that long ago he had actually had his stomach staples is that right one of those guys yeah sheila radio reporter matteoni exciting news max some yes some like are you guys you are half and i also right here the riot digital india but observers and do not the whole a little knows order of a total but there are more good jobs well the hurricane hurricane murray is still out there this morning i met as a major storm it's a.
"bill richardson" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Incumbents are all together in one deal others if you had if you surely richard should if you let everyone registered to vote you'd of different democratic party that that's one thing wouldn't be chuck schumer's party it will be very very different party and look at what's happened leaving with the california primary where i was a you know there is still a billion belts have not been counted this official can secretary of state so your document very different party that's an all democratic state and there was some of the worst votes pressure seems like in new mexico where hispanic democrats the elite hispanic democrats like bill richardson that's a real is stanic but he's joy the bill william richardson the hispanic democratic governor was wiping out the votes of the poor mexicano as they call themselves and we had precincts we're not one person voted for president united states and the poor areas and so be and why with the democrats do that to democrats because all all politics is local and all vote theft to slow sold their culpable in this are they got their hands dirty and unfortunately i mean they do away with it they have their own zones somewhat is going to be choked have had in the throat paul said we're headed towards a civil war nicole before extra said something bad six okay getting a lotta questions and on facebook and twitter he can find us on twitter at gryke on the skull palace and the on at facebook at at i'd greg palace investigates we've got some good very revealing information i read the jet some on twitter says i went to the orange each county clocks office in california prevalje provisional ballots will not be counted so that's coming from the horse's mouth from an insider i so i took in that we know what the problem is linda thomas on facebook wants to know how can i find out if my vote is being counted as she seen i've got a common middle name and then to follow one that was linda thomas and to follow on from that steve skull wants to know i am a if one we're going to get a paper trail for voting and to follow one from that as stephen a mcquillan s greg how can anyone sued the perpetrators over cross track southeast things to think about that that's like taking a.
"bill richardson" Discussed on WSB-AM
"For the ten thousand miles are so that it we need to read each new york or washington dc us and south korean soldiers fired missiles into south korean waters yesterday and let the army called a demonstration of us south korean solidarity the year of strategic patients with a north korean regime has failed and frankly that patience is over bill richardson a former us ambassador to the un wants helped negotiate with the north koreans is among those who says military action is not an option kim german is basically saying the president trump to come at me he's being provocative he's trying to put president trump in a box but china issued a jew joint statement with russia they calls for a halt to missile finish change for the us and south korea fifth bending their largescale military exercises and north korean leader kim jong il was quoted by the nation's state news agency as saying he will not negotiate with the us to abandon its nuclear weapons program until washington abandoned its hostile policy against north china meantime in response to calls for tougher action saturday that's not the room for a tougher sanctions are david martin is the cbs news pentagon correspondent just just what did north korea shooed off on july fourth it was the nastiest kind of firework a north korean intercontinental ballistic missile capable of reaching at least part of the united states the missile only travelled six hundred miles because it was launched at an extremely high angle but it flew for thirty seven minutes long enough to be an intercontinental missile had had been launched on a standard trajectory he would have carried over four thousand miles far enough to reach alaska in january one north korean dictator kim jonghoon boasted his country was nearing the ability to.
"bill richardson" Discussed on WTMA
"And a win georgia's sixth gop healthcare bill i'm jim ascend yelled republican karen handel is one georgia's special election correspondent sierra crawford reports the voters have spoken and handle has bested democrat jon ossoff in the state's high profile congressional race cnn's john king says also have could have flipped the sixth district but both parties in this race set for jon ossoff to win this race he needs to be around forty three percent in the most republican air of the district addis us cobb county he's below forty percent that right there is game over the race turned out to be the most expensive ever for a single eu as healthy including twenty three million dollars spent on ourselves campaign i'm sierra crawford senate majority leader mitch mcconnell promises a draft obamacare replacement bill on thursday and he says it will not echo the house approved one it'll be different and they're good different approach based upon news endless discussions we've had with the only people interested in changing the law which is republican senators i'm jemison deal former un ambassador bill richardson who helped negotiate the release of auto warm beer disputes president trump's assertion that the obama administration could have secured the students freedom earlier the election was taking place and the north koreans obviously didn't want to deal with a lameduck administration there was leaving they wanted to deal with a new administration so i think that caused the delay funeral services for warne beer who died after being returned from north korea are set for later this week president trump says china tried to help it failed in corresponded a lease labadeh says that doesn't bode well for trump's upcoming meeting with the chinese president if the president as saying that president she can influence north korea china one had a very strong bargaining position at the table it's a message to the chinese need to step it up las vegas has tied its record high temperature of one hundred.