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"bonnie watson coleman" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Absolutely. Thank you. So I know that each and every one of us, if we were honest, we've recognized and say that we've had moments have depression, and we've had moments, I think Zayed's how we've been able to navigate them distinguishes us from someone who's had to continue on with whatever. I mean, we've all gone through something we're black in America and women. Having the opportunity to have our children, too comfortable about having these concerns, these issues these feelings, and recognizing that it places. No negative impact on their value. Because you're so important to us. That's like God's work. And so I thank you for using your celebrity, and your resources to work in this space and to open up these conversations so that we can all have the kind of future brower children that not only do we want from the heart, but we need it for the country to be healthy. I thank you very much. And I don't know if you have a parting comment I just wanna thank you for allowing me. This space to be vulnerable and to speak about something that I'm very passionate about. I'm here for you. It takes us it takes a village. I'm certainly a part of that village. I want change and I wanna take care of our babies. So in any way you need me, I'm here for you. Thank you. On the record, everybody. So now I am going to ask for my sisters and my brothers who were in the audience to respect the fact that Toronto heap in has a place. He has to get you right away. So I'm gonna ask if you let her leave this room before you get up a man enters. Thank you. Thank you so much blessed us, thank you. Hearing, by the Congressional Black caucus on mental health principal before this. Actress Toronto GP Henson, also mental health advocate, joined by Boris Johnson. I'm sorry. Lawrence, the Hinson foundation. Congressional members participating included Bonnie Watson Coleman and the chair, the CBC, Karen, bass homestore Johan, Omar, Minnesota, I on Presley instant, she Busk. She's brain radio, subcommittee of the house foreign affairs committee hearing testimony on global health and Ebola. This committee is chaired by Karen bass the event took place this past Wednesday. Good afternoon. Everyone this hearing for the subcommittee on Africa. Global health global human rights and international organizations will come to order. The subcommittee is meeting today to hear. Testimony on Radicati Ebola building on lessons, learned and.
"bonnie watson coleman" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"And one of the issues was crime and criminal Justice. And she had the district attorney of Brooklyn there, and it ends up that he and I grew up in the same projects in Brooklyn. And the way we knew that we grew up in the same project because he was like, I don't know. She really grew up there. He was like a you remember. Miss Barbara Emma's Barbara was a black woman who had a community center for all of us after school. Whether you went to private schools, public schools, parochial schools. Everybody was there. And I said, you know, come on now. Ms Barbara had me run around that block five times for coming in late or something like that. And he's like, oh, yeah. Yeah. You were there and we need to create those safe places. Now, we don't have speeder program that provides jobs for young people. Remember that in the seventies Ilhan you too young to remember that? You remember for her. But these are the kinds of things that we need to bring back and it's Beezer the ideas that you're giving us as the appropriators Bonnie Watson Coleman sits on appropriations, and those of us, who sit on these committees that create the language so that we can be sure that we have the funding and the resources and even NIH to do the research, so that our children can be safe. Thank you so much. Thank you. I want to say one more thing. I even remember I used to go to summer school. My mom would send me down south. With my grandparents, and I mean and no one to play with. But my thoughts. And but I remember down the street, there was a school when they had summer school. And I wanted to go, and I didn't think of it as I'm dumb, where I fail I'm failing, or, you know, that's how our kids be summer school now. But what if summer school was the place where you went to learn how to cook? You know, the thing that you don't learn during the regular curriculum during the regular year, why don't we have a summer program for kids to go to, you know, that that's something parents certainly don't have to worry about where their kids are whether work. You know, I learned how to ring register in ring. I learnt so much how to so I learn how to solve these are things that I wasn't learning in school. So I mean just little things like that. Like, I don't know. I'm not a congresswoman. I mean I couldn't imagine that being. To when it comes to children. Not no expenses, too expensive in my opinion. Because we're saving our future. Thank you. So when I guess I can. In the, the eighties, we even had different relationships between our youth and the police, they had pal. We don't have power right? We office a friendly when officer for. Oh, absolutely. And we had boys and girls centers were really geared up, and we had the wise and we had enrichment programs and we had OJT programs chain. Give your Cyprian teach you a trade. And we also had in a state of New Jersey for children who are having difficult times in their communities, a girls school and a boy school, and they were residential nature, but they belong to the department of education, not the department of criminal Justice now department of correct corrections. So these conversations that we're having today are very important as we as appropriators are looking at the money that is given to various a d. Departments as discretionary money to create more programs. I have to tell you, there's more money than we know about. And so we need to figure out how to push that information out into the community, so those that are interested in presenting and providing these services know that there's a resource here for this, and I'm committed to that, as a new member of the appropriations. I keep looking at my working group here because I need to look at them to with that money. Doc was justified. I don't they have the ideas any evidence based programs from the research work that they've done. And I know he's going to be at your conference tonight as I am. Thank you for the invitation..
"bonnie watson coleman" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Was happening group of congresswoman went to federal detention center in El Paso, Texas. That's housing those who have crossed the border democrat, Bonnie Watson Coleman. I have been to. To a refugee facility in Jordan. And I tell you that there are things that I saw here today in the United States of America that were worth than what I saw in Jordan, Brian Rini. The man the FBI says falsely claimed to be Timothy Pinson has been formally charged with lying to federal agents really was found wandering the streets of Newport Kentucky on Wednesday. The F B I says when passersby pulled over to help he identified himself as Pinson who disappeared in twenty eleven when he was six he was taken to a hospital where he refused be figure printed. But agreed to a DNA test you as attorney Benjamin Glassman says that revealed his true identity investigation by law enforcement indicated that Rini had actually onto prior occasions claim to be a victim of juvenile sex trafficking. And that on those occasions he had been discovered his true identity had been discovered when he had been fingerprinted good news on the economic front. Hiring rebounded last month. CBS? News business analyst Jill Schlesinger v. Economy added one hundred ninety six thousand jobs in March and the unemployment rate was unchanged at three point eight percent. Now, the good news here, we still are getting some good wage gains. The Brunei oh luxury. Hotels facing an international boycott have hidden their social media accounts after the backlash over laws in the country that were enacted this week that make gay sex punishable by death, the hotels, which are operated under the door, Chester collection. Brand and include the hotel Bel Air face. A celebrity led international boycott after implementing those new laws eight of the nine hotels.
"bonnie watson coleman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Daniels to tell you this guy. This guy's amazing. This guy tries to get through all the time. This guy. Clearly has nothing better to do with his life. Yeah. I guess I don't know Mr. Callscreener. I guess this guy's just trolling us. It's funny. Good troll. Well, well done trolling. But nice try eight seven seven three eight one three one one Jimmy in Brooklyn, New York. Jimmy, go ahead, sir. Yes. This Russian collusion hoax show, something very important. I think you have almost the entire media. You have the entire democrat party, you have teachers professors, the detainment people all working together pushing this Russian collusion. Hope these hoaxers are the same people that pushed the global warming hoax. They're the same people that pushed the defeat of communism hoax. These three major hoaxes dot could be proven were totally false. And they're hoaxes. It's basically the same movement to Toco, Aleutian of democrat and Republican globalist its internationalist, which is the communist, the socialist Marxist. It's a coalition of people on the left and they've been successful until people like Alexander crazy, oh Cortez came along. I think she kind of blew it by being too forceful with her socialist, Marxist agenda. One more thing the the Trump presidency in these couple of years you have the hundredth anniversary of the Soviet revolution. The two hundredth birthday of Karl Marx. And this year is the hundredth anniversary of the founding of the American communist party. Now, they thought they would have victory. They never thought Trump would win needed that. I to tell you the truth, and I am so glad that Trump came. It's almost like God sent him to save this country. So we are in big trouble. But we have a chance now if we could get people to realize the Russian collusion hoax, the global warming hopes hoax, the defeat of communism hoax is the same movement. And now, they're they're exposed. And I totally support. Mark levin. I think he's one of the few people who really really understand this. And I've been inside the communist movement for over half a century. I could talk for hours and hours, and I unfortunately, we don't have the time. Jimmy, but thank you very much for the call. Appreciate it. Eight seven seven three eight. One three one one look Bernie Sanders is is a left wing communist coop who spent his honeymoon in the Soviet Union, you know, as opposed to an all inclusive resort in the Caribbean or something. And you know, it's funny because I was talking about my four year old, son. And my mother texted me to say Patrick hurt his name on the radio. My question is why is he not in bed? It's eight seventeen anyway. Eight seven seven three at one three one one. All right. Listen here on the Mark Levin show with me rich in for the great one. You know, I said this earlier to now I just want to reiterate this point about a police state. So I think it's important. What happened here with Peter stroz Zach? That's what congresswoman Bonnie Watson Coleman called Peter Stroszeck, actually, take a listen to this for a second. This is actually pretty. Thank you for your service. Secondly, Mississippi Zaka, thank you made. A big mistake congresswoman here congresswoman, Bonnie Watson Coleman. Anyway, what Mr. stroz acted with Lisa page, and what we find out Andrew McCabe admitted to which is that they try to take a Kuna targets spreads the United States a a failed coup. That's a police state police state now the thing about it is that the media is not outrage over this. Because a they wanted them to be successful be they would be fine with a police state. That's how the left can really get their way all their kookiness. You know, they wouldn't have to worry about their green new deal passing in congress, which it never ever would. But that's the thing. Their ideas never pass in the legislative branch ever. They always have to do it through the courts or through some sort of executive Fiat always that is why they would love a police state institute all their left wing kooky climate nuttiness. As they worked at histroy capitalism and take over your life until you what to eat and what not to eat. They would love it. And to be able to take away the rights of their political enemies to silence you to silence me, they would love it. That's why there's no outrage over the fact that we have a police state in this country. They're rooting for it. Eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one the Mark Levin show coming right.
"bonnie watson coleman" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"The instructor who taught him a use of force and be the use of the seat belt method. Which is what is utilized. This case. The first witness will be the man who videotaped Garner's death Ramsey Orta is currently serving time in an upstate prison for drug dealing and while the defense has questioned his credibility Garner's mother. Gwen Carr says order is her hero without him. We would not have been here today. We would not have known about what actually happens. So why would they procrastinate at one police plaza Marla diamond WCBS NewsRadio eight eight eight New Jersey democratic congresswoman Bonnie Watson Coleman will bring an undocumented worker from one of President Trump's golf clubs to his state of the union address next week Victorino Morales started working at Trump national in Bedminster in twenty thirteen on her lawyers advice, she stopped working for the Trump organization last month. Morales is from Guatemala and just ahead of the Super Bowl. Atlantic city's resorts casino rolled out an online sports betting operation that will compete with in-person. Sports betting lounge the casino already operates with. Graf kings earlier this week the hard rock casino. Also started in person and online sports betting operations. So now of Atlantic city's nine casinos only Caesar's doesn't offer sports betting. A new study suggests manmade climate change. Maybe nothing new here. CBS Larry Miller, the European invasion of the Americas killed so many indigenous people that caused global climate change according to scientists from University College London, they estimate sixty million people were living in the Americas. When Columbus arrived, but through disease conquest and slavery only five million were left a century later, abandoned farmland was reclaimed by forests and vegetation, which pulled down enough carbon dioxide to chill the planet. What Mark Maslin who worked on? The study calls this genocide generated drop in CO two. Larry Miller CBS news London. WCBS news time five.
You're fired! Undoc'd ex-employee of Trump Club to attend SOTU
"New Jersey Democrat, Bonnie Watson Coleman has invited. Victorino? Morales to be a guest at the state of the union address. She's an undocumented immigrant who was fired from her job at the Trump, National Golf Club.
"bonnie watson coleman" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Zero one five dot com. Thank you congresswoman, Bonnie Watson Coleman. Is used to making statements usually from the house floor in committee hearings and on her Facebook videos lately, she's been making a quieter statement. But once she hopes will be just as profound she has no hair, and she's not hiding it. So the whole thing about the story is that she's a democrat from Mercer county. But she's also a cancer survivor and this was fairly recently last year. There's a cancerous tumor in her lungs, and she was going through all of the therapies you have to the chemotherapies. And as so often happens it will cause hair loss. Once she started losing it. She went to her son who's a barber, and she says just get rid of it just get rid of everything else. And that she was going to plan on wearing wigs. And then she finally had the idea she said, you know. Why should I even hide this? It might do something for other people if I don't throw wigs on and if I just embrace this. And so for months now, this is what this is exactly what she's been doing is. She has just been she's been publicly photographed like this. She's just been going around bald. Now, not to say, she'll always be like that you never know. I guess, but this is what she had just put on her Facebook page this week. She said, I mean, it when I say that if I never get my hair back I can live with it. But I am excited about my stubble. So she's starting to get something coming in. And then she gets very serious. Of course about our faith is character through this process. I tell my story the hope it inspires others on their own journeys with this disease and challenges others thoughts on beauty. So she's accepted it even if it never came back, but doesn't it usually? I mean, maybe maybe could depend on your age. But. And this is a question for anybody. If either you or somebody that, you know, went through cancer treatments and lost your hair because of it or lost their hair because of it you always hear these crazy stories about how it can come back sometimes completely different or even a different color. Right. Exactly. You could have pin straight hair your whole life. Maybe even thin straight hair, and you undergo chemo treatments, you lose it. Sometimes they say it can come back really thick instead of thin, and it could be like mad curly instead of straight or it could be completely different color or probably a lot of times it come back. Just exactly as it was. But I would be curious if she's she's bold enough to do that. And just let it all be this may be worth talking about a little bit. So honor of what she's doing do. You know, anybody even as you yourself who went through. Through this. You lost your hair? What ended up happening as far as it? Coming back. Was it any different how long did it take the comeback now in your case with everything that you went through you said once that you thought he didn't come back in a lot. I don't notice that came back. It did eventually. Okay. Okay. Yeah. But I like the look so I keep it. Pretty sure now I keep it in not quite bald. But I'm pretty close to ball. But now there was no variation. I still have my bald spot. It didn't cover that up. Really? Didn't do anything. I was a little disappointed that was going to get a we'll knew how to hair, but it's just like the old one. Now when you say, you're almost bald you're saying because you keep it. Yes. Cut short. Yes, you're taking a razor to it kinda number blade or clip. I should say a clipper the half the size. Yeah. And if you didn't do that. I don't know how fast it's grown back in. But it looks like it would probably be just like always was it would be. Yes. Since most other it's gone most of my head. I mean, everywhere it was before what were you hoping for? Something different. Really? Yeah. Why not? That would-be strange though. Oh, yeah. It would be that would be that would be an odd thing to get used to like when you would look in the mirror. I mean, if if if somebody's hair came back radically different different color and different texture and all of that to come back blonde. Yeah. Oh my God. That'd be weird. My pale light white Irish. What about you? What's your story? If you went through this or a loved one went through this as far as when the hair would start coming back in one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five Fathi on route thirty five you're on New Jersey one one point five. Hello. Hello. Hey, what's up? Yeah. You doing I had.
"bonnie watson coleman" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Down for quote, schedule maintenance. They make it really really hard for your report, your hours, and as a result of this twelve thousand people in Arkansas were thrown off Medicaid last year last month, and many of them don't even know it. They won't know until we go to the doctor's office and are told sorry here at the pay for that one out of pocket. This is I mean, this is the the the dead echo of Reaganism this the the stuff around Nancy Pelosi. Remember, I I was telling you yesterday and the day before that. Well, the news media keeps saying particularly television television used keeps saying there's this left wing revolt against Nancy Pelosi because she's not liberal enough. It's completely bogus. And in fact, it's been a right wing revolt in the Democratic Party against Nancy Pelosi. Seth Moulton was leading the charge. The the democrat from Massachusetts who has no discernible political philosophy other than taking big bucks from corporations. And when you get right down to the bottom line of his justification for ousting Pelosi said when he was confronted about it yesterday. He said, well, it's because you know, these people elected all these Democrats because they want real change in new leadership in Washington. Well, yeah. New leadership. We want is Democrats. Nancy Pelosi who wasn't leading us leading the democratic caucus. But she didn't have any power congress outside of being a member of congress. She wasn't part of leadership. Come on give me a break. And then he he cites a Gallup poll say fifty six percent of Democrats favored new leadership over Pelosi. But it was a month old. It was before all those democratic victories. Now that the Democrats are in charge. The the latest polls show that you know, only twenty seven percent of Democrats want to see Pelosi leave. And this is another piece. This is over think progress dot org. It's really worth checking out over ninety percent of the anti Pelosi. Democrats have voted with Donald Trump more often than Pelosi. I mean, there are some sometimes when you when you vote with the president because it's like, hey, let's name post office. Right. So Royal GRA hall. You know, who is the outgoing co-chair of the congressional progressive caucus. He votes at Trump eight percent of the time. Barbara Lee seven percent of the time. Bonnie Watson Coleman is actually the lowest from New Jersey at six point five percent the time. I mean, these are these are just you know, votes that you do because their common sense, you gotta pass something. But the people who vote with Trump fifteen twenty twenty-five thirty percent of the time. These are not Democrats, or at least they're not Democrats who are holding to the ideals of the party. And by coincidence that bunch are the people who challenged Nancy Pelosi who signed on this letter. Outside of two of them all of them, white, man. Jim Cooper, a Tennessee. He's a democrat. He represents the fifth congressional district and it says a plus seven democratic area. So he doesn't care about challenges from the Republicans. The only thing he has to worry about is that somebody's gonna primary him in the next election because that that district is going to elect a democrat and they've elected him over and over at nine terms, but he supports Trump's policies. Nearly forty percent of the time in including the so-called Cates law, which increases the penalties. On undocumented immigrants. And he was he was pushing for a balanced budget. You know, putting this in the constitution. Which of course, you know, is going to destroy the ability of the country to deal with any kind of economic crisis. At least any kind of economic crisis that that involves poor people. Plus he also voted present on this Bill denouncing ice..
Midterm elections latest: Dems take the House, GOP expands hold in Senate
"The midterm election results continued to come into the ten ten wins room some key races still too close to call locally and across the nation. But here are some of the things we know for sure right now, the Democrats have won enough seats to take control of the house of representatives with help from voters in New York and New Jersey who flipped to Republican districts blew the Republicans are expanding their majority in the US Senate after defeating democratic incumbents who served in states Donald Trump won in two thousand sixteen. The biggest local upset in our area was on Staten Island, where Republican congressman has been defeated New York City's entire congressional delegation will be made up of Democrats now and the newest faces are much younger Alexandria, Cossio Cortez. Maybe the youngest new member of congress. But max rose is not far behind a thirty one year old army veteran who will represent Staten Island and part of Brooklyn after a hard fought campaign against Dan. Donovan we believe in an America. We all know is possible. One way doesn't matter. What? Your race is what's your color, your sexual orientation, your grave Donovan conceded that I don't look at this. As a sad occasion. I look at this. As the end of something that I've enjoyed so much warmer, Staten Island DA vacating the seat he'd held for three years winning it in a special election in two thousand fifteen to replace Michael Grimm, whom he defeated in this year's primary. Sonia Rincon ten ten wins. News Republican congressman Peter King and Lee Zeldin will retain their seats on Long Island, along with Democrats, Kathleen rice, and Tom Swazi democrat. Antonio Delgado has ousted freshman Republican congressman John facile in Hudson valley swing district wins news time one zero four New Jersey voters were asked to choose between two unpopular men in the Garden State, Bob Menendez and Donald Trump. They chose the democrat at the end of a bitter campaign. Bob Menendez stood victorious on the stage. But not quite ready to let it go. I'm so proud that New Jersey rejected the politics of personal. Structure, the incumbent democrat winning eight third-term knocking off Republican Bob Yuga. I wasn't the right messenger to get it delivered. But we've opened the door let people know that we really care about. And the people were jersey do deserve better. Menendez vowed to continue to fight continuing to earn the respective voters. I'm fighting for you. I always have. And I always will because we're in this all together. Thank you so much. Jones. Tim ten wins in HOGAN Democrats flipped GOP seats. In New Jersey, Mikey Cheryl a veteran. One time prosecutor winning in the twelfth district over Republican assemblyman Jay Webber after congressman Rodney freeling housing announced his retirement democratic state Senator Jeff Andrew winning in the second district over Republican Trump ally, Seth Grossman, Tom Malinowski. Former State Department official under President Obama defeating five term Republican incumbent Leonard Lance in the seventh district cheryl's victory along the democratic incumbent congresswoman Bonnie Watson Coleman win. And the twelfth district means New Jersey will have to women represented in the house for the first time since nineteen eighty two still too close to call this morning the nasty race between Trump supporting Congressman Tom McArthur. And democrat Andy Kim, less than half of a percent separates them at last count. Governor Andrew Cuomo cruising to victory over Republican duchess county, executive Mark Marlin our governor Cuomo spoke strongly and passionately about the New York of the future invoking his father's term for. His view as a pragmatic progressive. But the second part of his victory speech laced into President Trump to attack diversity. Our since he says, there's no room for policies and rhetoric that tear people apart the end of the day long is stronger, then hey, and he says Democrats can show the way Juliet Papa ten ten wins at Democratic Party
"bonnie watson coleman" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Harassment that you need medication that's my future wife represent bonnie watson coleman of new jersey she off on everybody finding was peter but for you weed out of the legitimate president you told us colluding with russians wow did this thing but his face do we get a lot of stuff record about despite the fact that they knew full well he couldn't answer the questions at the direction of the fbi you cannot answer questions about an ongoing criminal particularly counterintelligence investigation trying to hold him in contempt of following the fbi's lawyers direct shod but anyway we still got a lot on the record and he was my best where i don't know which one which struck do we want we've got to do something blah blah blah they're all they're all tastic which one hundred thirteen okay just play anything go ahead sir i think it's important when you look at those texts that you understand the context in which they're made in the things that were going on across america in terms of the texts that we will stop it you need to understand that that was written late at night off the cuff and it was in response to a series of events that included then candidate trump insulting the immigrant family of a fallen war hero and my presumption based on that horrible disgusting behavior yet if the american population would not elect somebody demonstrating that behavior to be president of the united states oh my god his whole i don't know which one travis the way someone says i should give you a raise for what you have to get but i don't have it so there are too many things really where he went gowdy and defended the fbi the integrity of the fbi was all my god that was just pardon if you go down to thirteen the notch and putin's belt okay yes please alright but the honest truth is that russian interference in our elections constitutes a grave attack on our democracy most disturbingly it has been wildly successful sowing discord in our nation and shaking faith in our institutions i have the utmost respect for congress's oversight role but i strongly believe today's hearing is just another victory notch and putin's belt and another milestone in our enemies campaign to tear america part john brennan tweeted watching the spectacle of the house quote unquote hearing with peter struck today i was reminded of the words abraham lincoln america will never be destroyed from the outside if we falter and lose our freedoms that will be because we destroyed ourselves those house republicans all need to be voted out they were disgrace they are traders i it is i mean it really was and they're trying to make him you know yeah and he was the hero he came out of the absolute hero in the patriot right are you putting abraham lincoln his poll numbers were lower the donald trump's oh i'm wearing a shirt that i realized finally would be the one will piss him off the most it's my barack obama tshirt in honor of him being voted this week everyone's best president time yeah in honor of my picture of me and him i've tweeted seventy five thousand throwback thursday yesterday throwback thursday every week for the next two years did i mention that he voted number one by mile that's president oh and then followed by clinton and then reagan trump baby about that aren't he got a love letter from his boyfriend kim jong un that was that which made him once again the laughing stock of the internet of his excellency note in a handshake excellency yeah oh yeah he caught because kim called him your excellency that's why you liked it excellent okay you know he's gonna think that's title fish right oh my god all right twenty minutes after the hour.
"bonnie watson coleman" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Every face and a price for any budget this is news ninety six point five wdbo so this is unbelievable but the tone i don't mind you have congressman bonnie watson coleman new jersey which is missing when she addressed peter struck is a peter struck came out and said there was investigation that would have been fine because the trump campaign says there's no collusion so we would have got it out before the president is would be as combative as he is today he would say show me the evidence we would've looked at it and we would have had an election without without controversy instead we have something dragging on for a year and a half and peter struck when he credit for not telling people instead when you found out in two thousand sixteen that you thought russian meddling in the election and paul manafort was hired and carter page was hired he should have said hey mr president needs excuse me mr trump i need to speak to you ran for president with his russian meddling you couldn't possibly know that we're concerned about it paul manafort's got ties to it do you know who you're hiring in reality you know paul manafort was recommended by tom barrack one of the president's good friends of about forty years who has no ref who has no tentacles in the ukraine manafort officers services because he's looking to work again in america and he hadn't been here really working campaign since nixon vincent luciano whol dayton ohio he benson brian hey thanks so much i also wanna thank you your honesty your energy and your intelligence thank you and in full disclosure to you did sign a couple of books for my girls at one of the borders last year year and a half ago yeah we love coming out to date and you guys have been so supportive for the show we appreciate it what's on your mind well you know what this performance and i call it performance in quotes by struck the democrats applauded at the end of that last exchange but i gotta tell you i'm thankful to because he revealed quite a bit look at what happens when doughty when gets him to get off his game he gets really upset and he brings up the fallen soldier noticed anger i wanted your comments on this because not only does he get angry tirade about a fallen soldier of an immigrant family but then look at the attorney behind him it's very uncomfortable because he's got struck basically free free there for a moment i thought we learned a lot from that anger animus it came out it was absolutely intense by a little pal struck he hates trump it which you're referring to vince if we're referring to this you're referring to the fact that he said because when the khan family took shots at president trump when he was a candidate trump trump fired back at them and they said well how dare you fire back at a gold star parent i wouldn't have but the president did outrage some people but he's still got elected well peter struck holy the now says well that would put me over the top really he's supposed to be doing investigation unbiased and if you really felt it so you hate the guy you should have been mature enough after thirty years doing this job or twenty six to move away from it certainly texting about your anger but he snapped i did notice the lawyers behind in the fbi lawyer.
"bonnie watson coleman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Harassment medication gentlemen control of the time that was bonnie watson coleman of new jersey again on the the truth hurts it does boy it struck a nerve because they all reacted at once it was amazing but but really i think gohmert when do you think note some republicans believe that was hitting below the belt bringing someone's personal but like this guy sent fifty thousand tax back and forth with his lover at the fbi while they're working together on their official phones and by the way struck chose which personal emails to share with congress not all of them he's the one that got to choose which ones they saw now they were asking this was a big debate yesterday we want to see all of them would you do that no he said and that was over a short period of time fifty over fifty thousand text messages that we know all i just can't imagine fifty thousand i mean year i don't think a year my goodness maybe more than right sure there was a low light for the republican side yesterday here's chairman bob goodlatte with peter struck mr chairman as council for the fbi has directed me not to answer questions about the ongoing investigation as you also know counsel for the fbi sitting here behind me may i consult with them you may consult with your own council did i may not consult with only with your own council chairman there's no basis for that with the fbi council he's an fbi gentlemen is not recognized and the champion is not being proper the chairman is being proffered can't be directed not to confer with his attorney the fbi is not his attorney his attorney is seated behind him if he's an employee of the he's already done he may do so attorney making so with the fbi attorney now the debate is over the you know the personal attorney versus the fbi legal counsel obviously he had a console with both because sometimes testimony crossed botha area so i think good life came out looking bad and that one yesterday you're going to deny opportunity to consult with his his attorney i don't think that how would you can you imagine over fifty thousand text messages between these two lisa page and peter struck valentine to screw around well never mind but yeah i mean if guys get to cheat on his wife you have a tough time believing anything he says he's willing to lie to her obviously but again this idea that we started we meaning he pointed himself these spokesperson for the american people we will stop it and again it's amazing to me he doesn't recall sending that text what he clearly remembered what he meant by the term we okay no one is believing that mr struck and now i gotta take somebody james woods the actor when he was on twitter yesterday he had all the hit a mean going all the time he was like giving rally devilish looks and smirks and and the henchman behind him it was absolutely chilling you look like it was you know damian the movie the omen one shot on facebook page looking out through the tops of his is right and he looked like hello here's johnny that's exactly the damn yeah that was a backup sounded like he was being coached by bill clinton chuck was a couple of five ten minutes now before the hour of six o'clock if you want to join us talk about the struck hearing and rudy giuliani has weighed on weighed in on this and so many others we will share that with you in just a second you're listening to sean and frank maryland's wakeup call when walking remember just because you see it approaching car doesn't mean they see you look up look out and make eye contact with drivers and stop and look before crossing stay alert and always use crosswalk make sure your ac is in top shape for the summer heat stop in for a check today tuneup oil change over do see bernie at six o one back river neck road in.
"bonnie watson coleman" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"To play defense as house republicans grill him over alleged bias in the clinton email and russia meddling investigations cbs news update we've seen people yell at each other real frustration has been voiced today and i would say people have definitely they seem angry that's an understatement from cbs angelica alvarez about the ongoing house hearing featuring fbi agent peter struck who was removed from the russia's special counsel investigation because of his antitrump tweets struck defended his personal comments saying they did not influence his work in the russia probe the hearing was so contentious new jersey democratic congresswoman bonnie watson coleman took on oversight committee chair tray gouty for his harsh questioning of struck if you can't control yourself saudi you expect this committee to control itself you've been out of control since you've been on this committee why don't you leave it alone this is not benghazi she said republicans should be applauding struck because if not for the fbi we would have had a legitimate president cbs news update i'm pam coulter and much more on this coming up on the cbs evening news at six o'clock right here on krld well many north texas school districts have to send a lot of their property tax money back to the state under what's known as recapture it's an attempt to equalize wealth between districts recapture payments are determined by dividing property tax values by average daily attendance if a district rises above a certain amount of wealth per student than the extra money goes back to the state and it's given to less wealthy districts five fifty four let's get a check on your money stocks rallied as trade tensions appeared to ease after china held off from immediately retaliating against the latest us tariff salvo the s and p five hundred index closed at its highest level since february technology shares led the way sending the nasdaq composite index to a record on the day the dow jones industrials up two hundred twenty four points to twenty four thousand nine hundred eighty four s and p five hundred gaining twenty four points almost nine tenths percent but has deck up one hundred seven or one point four percent shares of cvs an aetna rose after a report by reward research that antitrust enforcers might not move to block the healthcare companies merger the publication reported the justice department staff are expected to support approval of the approximately sixty eight billion dollar takeover john schnatter is out as chairman of papa john's pizza after revelations he used a racial slur in a.
"bonnie watson coleman" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210
"Jersey congresswoman bonnie watson coleman jumping in there i have thirty seconds of her say three times you would like to hear absolutely zach i wanna thank you for your service secondly mississippi zach i think he made a big mistake by putting those text messages on your on your business phone and you open up your personal phone and here we are talking about this meth when it really is an important because the other thing that i know mr stroz you you did not zac sir that was new jersey congresswoman bonnie watson coleman asking peter struck about mr stroz zach right now we'll go back to tray gouty asking peter struck about a text message peter struck says he didn't write but if he did right it would be this is the second one we now i'm confused because i thought oh not august eight twenty two sixteen texts that you did not recall typing it and then you said that you recalled it was late at night and somehow mitigated the content of what you type so do you recall it or was it late at night and what else do you recall about the timing of that mr chairman i think by recollections savings have been consistent across the board i don't remember typing it was late at night my sense was i can tell you what it was not it was not a suggestion that i or the fbi take any action well i'll tell you what instead of us musing about what you met why don't we just go with what you said i would actually you rather go with what i did well at is at the end that is we'll get to that we'll get to that in a second i promise you know no he's not will stop it and i think you've agreed that it was his candidacy right or his election i don't think again not recalling writing it is candidacy his election i'm not i don't recall writing it i'm not sure what it what you mean bus stop stop it again my sense looking at the context was that there was no way coming off the hills of insulting the confidence explained to you what i didn't write by saying what i would have written had i not written this i can't explain what it means but i know what the other word means and it doesn't mean what you think it means sir and i know that because i didn't write it five fifteen let's check in with dawn good afternoon here it is five fifteen eighty four degrees talk radio twelve ten w t with news brought.
"bonnie watson coleman" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"The president will sign she's putting her own personal animus towards president trump had a responsibility to to present the people in the district and to serve the people of the country now daryl this is frank morano and if people are just tuning you're talking with daryl kipness he's running in new jersey's twelfth congressional district as a republican down i'm curious going into the midterm elections in your race how much of the issues tend to be dominated by local issues and how much is on national issues like the russia investigation or whether or not donald trump should be impeach what sense do you get about what are the issues that are really motivating your constituents local i think we got a lot of issues here in new jersey that was familiar with their state is is teetering on the verge of bankruptcy we have issues with our pensions funding people in trenton can't drink the water you know there's the issues with the trent waterworks right now and all of this ties into the fact that new jersey is fifty out of fifty states in the country of money money we get back from washington versus what we put in and unfortunately with with with representatives like bonnie watson coleman in their representatives district new jersey doesn't have a strong enough seed it's table and if you don't have the table year for dinner and left doesn't care for for dinner as long as as as they get the power control you know it's a shame and you you work it out that way when you look at it under those lenses you know understand what's going to be done it's a shame that you have a diverse district new jersey twelve a lot of middle class folks living there and the democratic party you know for for better or worse again gave itself the roadmap to taking back some seats in the house and to keeping some seats in the house with this connor lamb and then you saw the party moving to the center and moving to the right and it just seems that you know for for a certain segment of new jersey's population whether it's bonnie watson coleman or phil murphy the new jersey state democrats are just moving as far to the left as they possibly can is is that accurate.
"bonnie watson coleman" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Player protested the way the nfl handled it undoubtedly hurriedly league this year it sparked counterprotests big and small and a new jersey bar will continue its own boycott on sunday patrick lavery joins us live with a detailed patrick that's right eric what he's written side tavern in farmingdale has not had tvs on during nfl sunday since at least veterans day weekend the owners have gotten a mostly positive response and they say they hope that next year nfl players will find a better way to bring light to issues and standard respect the american flag and the national anthem or the final game of this season though one of the annual highlight events not only in sports but an american culture what he's won't even be open their closing at five p m sunday though they will still be accepting orders for catering through five on saturday eric adriko thanks for the update former fbi director james comey defending the fbi ridiculing its critics saying american history shows that have along run we use those in a liars never hold the fields so long as good people stand up he's defending the agency on twitter saying all should appreciate the fbi speaking up as president trump and congressional republicans attacked the fbi over alleged misconduct in the rush russia made while the clock is ticking again towards and other government shutdown of congress cannot reach an accord on immigration reform president trump speaking to a gop congressional retreat accused democrats of obstructing any deal i don't think they want to solve the daca problem i think they wanna talk about it i think they want to obstruct the president is asking congress to bring his plan up for a vote which includes a path to citizenship for socalled dreamers emigrants but also funding for a border wall with mexico new jersey congresswoman bonnie watson coleman was tweeting president trump was a racist a colleague was plank candy crush this was during the state of the union speech a photographer capture is what was on their phones while the president was speaking tuesday night calm says she was just live tweeting the address as for candy crush congresswoman brenda lawrence she has had no comment are you hosting a super bowl party at your home we hit emotion kelly supermarket in the.
"bonnie watson coleman" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"It's not his name reminding neither i'll share with you what i figured out okay meantime democratic congress went caught plane candy crushed drinks s is this o to of the union so i i love this because she's a bear she has no comment now i know she's the democrats of she was like trump representative brenda lawrence democrat from michigan playing candy crushed during the state of the union i mean she's a fool because it whether you like it or not or like trump or not aid you constituents want you doing that well i don't know what do you think it if it was a republican during obama would we have you know doing it where we have a problem with that we might actually applaud him right true path's airway there there's not woods book let it into comes out of his mouth is alive so i guess i can understand but as so she's probably going to get through those plaudits from her folks and then represented bonnie watson coleman from new jersey another other was reading responses to our tweets and representive joyce bates beatty from ohio democrat was viewing dress press release reacting to the speech so i just want to know what is there something you do we can of sneak something in maybe during church or at your job when people are looking to they can't tell like this lady thought that nobody could see her playing candy crush isn't something you do this calls the mine the knapsack has no it's called executive producer chris the knapsack i'll tell you what that is i'll tweet out a picture of it when we come back as well on my twitter feed at chris crock show and then after that will get under the beyond say photo capturing his grandmother starstruck we're going to talk about celebrities that you've met and that i have met and how it went down all the next how would you like to change your peers automotive expert a nationally syndicated talk show host jerry reynolds for decades people have waited purport per month and the.
"bonnie watson coleman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"For poetry saved millions and millions hundreds of millions of dollars i in delivering healthcare so i believe it while you know we we see the proposal and we've just got some of the top line specific should be proposal hadn't really been um i did um entirely so we need you see what what is the movement that needs to take place to ensure that people were not harmed how do you hold dan i'm make them whole hold dan uh secure through this transition and i'm sure that it can be done and listener listeners of let's have the medicare for all conversation or a little piece of it first of all if you're skeptical about medicare for all call in and see if congresswoman bonnie watson coleman can convince you to one two four three three wnyc four three three nine six nine two if you've been waiting for this moment where bernie sanders actually introduces his bill and men look who is dealt with them senators who are considered possible presidential candidates and 2020 pearson jilib ran cory booker i'll franken uh uh elizabeth warren two one two four three three nine six nine two medicare for all conversation anything you want to say i ask also listeners when um we finish up here with the congresswoman you can get in on your the action to what's going on with donald trump suddenly starting to do what might seem like reasonable things to some american democrats two one two four three three wnyc for three three nine six nine two as we continue with congresswoman bonnie watson coleman you know uh they ask a lot of business leaders why wouldn't you want medicare for all why wouldn't you want single payer in get the the horrible burden that business experiences healthcare for its employees.
"bonnie watson coleman" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Thanks for your call donna from a touch and you're on new jersey wanna point five hi guys are i'm definitely not a liberal i'm a conservative and i believe in our lifetime i know i'm digger to kill are hurt for injure anyone i mean it be a cop a baby a girl younger on whatever any acting on an animal beer too i i you know they need harsher boy her adam butte carrying animal according to keep calm again with dumpty sang your number has the right to anyone mine will you not suggesting a death penalty for animal abuse sorry no no no no okay catches harsher penalties i try harsh enough so i'm just saying bringing back on one hundred percent donna icu go john in hamilton you're on new jersey to one point five i remember when horizontal not it was it was a shock to me because it wanted even on the eib allergic to scotland added in a week you or anything prior to that and i think e e overturning the death penalty and of course any wounded bonnie watson coleman upon one montgomerie woman is now a congresswoman inner to gandhi were arrested in jail for armed robbery in august i it was work for you know prisoners white herd boating and reaping now it it terrible the wheel are like the mocked you know the people active work you know they have to suffer with walk through the the the individual noor live every move therapy were holiday what albert birthday are the real victims now you can away down uae the animal that exterminated their trial exterminated them know what about their right it was hardly ever used in new jersey but at least one time as as a weapon the last time it was used was all the way back in 1963 i wasn't even a live then and that was the last time mm it was used and ironically it was for somebody who killed somebody by stabbing them really here yeah and one last thing as far as what john said about it was such a surprise and how fast that happen when cores i signed away the death penalty not really because for the for the.