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The Doug Collins Podcast
One of the Greatest Republican Issues of Recent Times
"One of the greatest problems that Republican Party has had in the last 15 years is the line from 2010 and that was that we will repeal ObamaCare. Repeal ObamaCare, repeal ObamaCare. And we kept telling our voters that all through 2011, 12, and so we're going to do this without having a mechanism to do it. And you can go vote in house the House of Representatives to do something, but if it never gets to the Senate and never gets the presidential signature, guess what? It never happened. And so for years, Republicans were able to Nick away at the ObamaCare legislation basically gutting it for a many, many ways. 8 or 9 times that a president Obama actually signed that basically gutted much of the ObamaCare legislation, but we could not tell that to voters on the Republican side because all they heard was repeal ObamaCare. They don't care that it doesn't work the way it should. And it's not as effective as what they had hoped it would be. And but yet it did have enough of an impact in which it changed the whole landscape of healthcare in this country. And when we had the opportunity, we failed.
CoinDesk Podcast Network
Bitcoin Was Born Out of a Banking Crisis
"Bitcoin as many have already said was born out of an earlier banking crisis. The blockchain's very first block contained a message about bailouts. It was designed to disintermediate third parties from Internet money by making people responsible for their own keys in contrast to the highly intertwined private banking sector and public sector. President Joe Biden has said U.S. taxpayers will not foot the bill for the bailout and that unlike in 2008, the architects of this financial crash will not benefit. There are enough responsible actors here to play the blame game, but if you're like Tatiana, the issue is the system itself. Senior management of Silicon Valley bank sold millions of dollars worth of shares in the lead up to the crash. This is seemingly the only risk management they performed. In 2015, SVB chief executive Greg Becker said institutions like SVB did not present systemic risks while testifying before Congress over plans to deregulate banking that were implemented in 2018. SVB essentially took a bet that interest rates would stay near zero forever. Over the past couple of years, it took deposits from a tech industry that was booming in part due to historically low rates that made venture capital financing worth the risk for many investors. In an effort to juice as much yield as possible from those deposits, SVB put a majority of its money into long-term fixed rate interest investments. The Federal Reserve essentially created the foundation for a tech hype cycle through financial engineering to stimulate the economy, and then through the frying pan into ice water when things got too hot. The recent interest rate rises were not necessarily unpredictable, but the fed's inconsistent messaging, saying rate hikes were unthinkable until they weren't, did not help the situation.
AP News Radio
Russia will extend Ukraine grain deal for 60 days — not 120
"Russia says it's ready to extend the deal enabling Ukraine to export grain, but not for as long as hoped. I'm Ben Thomas with the latest. The UN and turkey brokered the deal between the warring countries last July, aiming to ensure global food supplies and keep prices from spiraling. It allows Ukraine one of the world's key bread baskets to ship food and fertilizer from three of its Black Sea ports. A separate agreement between the UN and Russia covers Moscow's shipments of fertilizer to global markets. The original 120 day deal was renewed last November and expires Saturday. It would be automatically extended for another 120 days unless one of the parties of jacks, which Russia has done. Its UN ambassador says Moscow will agree to a 60 day extension, but permits prospective the deal's not working. The Kremlin wants Russian agricultural exports exempted from western sanctions. I'm Ben Thomas
Poll: Dems Now Sympathize More With Palestinians Than Israelis
"Want to tell you about this This is a Gallup poll that just came out Israel is viewed favorably by a majority of all party groups Republican Democrat independent 82% of Republicans 82% 67% of independents and only 56% of Democrats In terms of the view of the Palestinian authority the Democrats have the highest favorability view 36% 28% of independents and 9% of Republicans And so the Palestinian authorities favorability rating has increased somewhat And that has come exclusively from the Democrats Up 16 percentage points since 2013 14% among independents So the smallest percentage of support for Israel comes from the Democrat party the biggest percentage support for the Palestinian authority Keep in mind that's a boss who's a tariff It comes from the Democrat party Are you surprised by this I'm not mister producer
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Bob Frantz on the Epicenter of the Assault on Manhood
"So you described for us this fascinating voyage of yours after 9 11 that you kind of woke up to a new priority and then you did your own research, your own investigation of conservatives, peace through strength, the Reagan model. As such, you probably have an idea as to where the assault on masculinity on manhood comes from, where these ideas such as toxic masculinity come from. There are often options out here, so many things to choose from. The mainstream media, Hollywood, the schools, political parties, in your analysis, as you view this in the last couple of decades, where do you think the epicenter of this assault is? Where is the place where we're most of this is originating? Well, I think clearly it's the globalists. You know, it's coming from outside of this country, but with the willing assistance of those inside this country who want to see this country taken apart and who want to see it destroyed, who want to see a one world government. I'm not breaking any new ground here, especially if not for somebody like you when we talk about what it would take to destroy this country to defeat a two as what did Barack Obama call it fundamentally transform it. And as we all know, you don't fundamentally transform things, which means to change the things that you love. You want to keep the things that you love the way they are. Can you imagine trying to ask a woman to marry you and say, by the way, why don't we get married? I'm going to change you into something else that I like better. That's not going to work. You didn't love her in the first place. There are people in this country who don't love this country, who want to see a changed, who want to see it destroyed and rebuilt in a collectivist type of society, and they're working with global organizations. And I do truly believe that when you think about the Gates family foundation when you think about the World Economic Forum, when you think about the World Health Organization, all of the, you know, the usual suspects that are working to establish a one world government know that this doesn't work without the United States participation in the United States as long as we continue to remain the same civilization that we built or that we started from with again with that super strong building block of the family, we will continue to press on and we will continue to survive. We will continue to thrive.
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Rep. James Comer: Analyzing Payments to Biden Family From Associate
"James comer was on Hannity last night, here's what he had to say, cut 12. One thing that I noticed that was unique about these wire transfers is each transfer is like a check. You have the name address date, the dollar amount, and also the memo, which is what it's for. Every other wire transfer from Robinson walker had something listed in the memo, except the one to the bidens. So if they had put in the memo, I might have had a little better idea of what the money was for, that the Biden received. But at the end of the day, what Joe Biden's defenders have said is this is a business deal. This is a business deal. Well, what's the business Sean? There's no business. There's no business. They were influenced peddling. It looks like they were getting money for some type of service. Now, I don't think Hunter Biden could provide the type of service that would generate millions and millions of dollars from the Chinese Communist Party, but I believe his father could. So when they say that Joe Biden wasn't involved, we don't know that. We just know that Joe Biden met with a lot of these people that ended up going in business with hunter or ended up paying hunter rather and the family. And that's another thing they've tried to imply that there was only a couple of family members, but what we found is there are multiple family members and there's going to end up being between four and 7 Biden's who received significant amounts of money from communist China. Yeah, that's what
AP News Radio
14-year-old boy arrested in Mexico for murder of 8
"A 14 year old boy accused of being a hit man in a drug related shooting is under arrest in Mexico. The boy is nicknamed capito or little Chapo after the imprisoned drug lord Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán, authorities near Mexico City alleged that in January the boy rode up on a motorcycle and opened fire on a family holding a birthday party in a Mexico City suburb, killing 8 people and leaving 5 adults and two children wounded, a man was also arrested in the killings and 7 other members of the gang were arrested on drug charges, the motive for the killings has not been made public, I'm down a water
AP News Radio
Anger spreads in France over Macron's retirement bill push
"Protesters have disrupted traffic in Paris as anger rises against president Emmanuel Macron's decision to force a bill raising the retirement age from 62 to 64 through parliament without a vote. Opposition parties are expected to start procedures later on Friday for a no confidence vote on the government led by prime minister Elizabeth Bourne. The vote would likely take place early next week, Macron had ordered born on Thursday to wield a special constitutional power to push the highly unpopular pension bill through without a vote in France's National Assembly. His calculated risk was infuriated opposition lawmakers, many citizens and unions, thousands gathered in protest on Thursday at the place de la Concorde, which faces the National Assembly building as night fell, police officers charged the demonstrators in waves to clear the place. I'm Charles De Ledesma
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Kash Patel and Sebastian Unpack the Newly Released J6 Footage
"You're a former terrorism prosecutor for the DoJ. So we've got the footage here that Tucker's team released of Brian sicknick, the puts to bed, for example, that he was murdered by the January 6 protesters. We see him after he was allegedly murdered, walking around the capital. Do we have the footage, Eric? But Brian sicknick should not be reduced to a prop for the political ambitions of the Democratic Party. He was a human being. The facts of his life matter, including how he died. To this day, media accounts describe sicknick as someone who was slain on January 6th. The video we reviewed proves that is a lie. Here is surveillance footage of sicknick walking in the capitol after he was supposedly murdered by the mob outside. By all appearances, cyclical. So we see he's fine. He's walking around in a helmet. We see the footage of Jacob chansley, this quote unquote James shaman, being a Scottish through the building at times by up to 9, 9 capital police officers, you're the former prosecutor, are there any forget politics? Are there any legal ramifications? Can we get this guy out of prison who's given 41 months? What happens to everybody else? You're the expert. Is this just a political win or is there something deeper going on here? Well, there's got to be analysis look as a former federal public defender who challenged the DoJ out DoJ on so many cases in federal court about what we call Brady violations, violations by the DoJ prosecutors for failing to intentionally disclose exculpatory evidence and evidence of impeachment. So it's called Brady and giglio. Let's put the legal parlance aside. What due process the constitution the Supreme Court demand prosecutors in the DoJ must turn over all evidence that even might be evidence of innocence and evidence of impeachment. They don't have to use their judgment to answer the question. It's just a maybe. 41,000 hours of videotape said is evidence.
The Eric Metaxas Show
Kevin McCullough Unpacks Tucker's January 6 Video Coverage
"Of us knew what happened on January 6th or had a sense of what happened. But for the mainstream media or anyone else to even acknowledge that the official narrative is not true, is a big deal. So a lot has been coming out thanks to Tucker Carlson, frankly, Kevin McCarthy released the raw footage. So what are your thoughts? Well, I want to say a couple of things before I give you the more nuanced take that I have of this. Number one, this has probably been one of the, one of the things that more people have thought were going to be in some way a political weapon than maybe anything else we've seen in recent history. And so from that standpoint, you have literally people like Joe Walsh, like all the people at the bulwark, William crystal, all those people, all the never trumpers that really thought that this was going to be the nuclear bomb that went off and destroyed Donald Trump forever. I think the fact that it hasn't even prior to Tucker Carlson's revelations were very frustrating for a lot of them. And I think that even after Tucker Carlson's revelations, you're still seeing a lot of pushback from that corner, which is then propped up by the far left in the Democratic Party in The White House and others to try to make it seem as though what Tucker Carlson has done is the real crime here. And not what the media originally did. And having said that, Tucker Carlson was very clear in his revelations that he was not justifying any of the bad actions that took place on January 6th, nor have I, nor most people that have objectively looked at this. I'm the only one that is justified the bad actions, just to be clear. If there's vandalism, if there was breaking of things that belonged to the people, if there were, if there were legitimate death threats, if there were people that posed a menacing threatening posture to a lawmakers, every one of those people need to be dealt with by the letter of the law and have justice visit upon them. What Tucker Carlson did is he expanded the lens so that we could see that not everybody that was involved on January the 6th actually fit that profile.
The Officer Tatum Show
San Francisco Board Open to Reparations With $5M Payouts
"Liberal city that never allowed slavery considers 5 million per black person reparations plan. San Francisco's board of supervisors is meeting Tuesday to review a proposal that those over $5 million east to qualify black residents and reparations as a way to make amends for slavery. Let me just tell you all this and I hope this is very clear. There is no making amends for slavery. There is none. I don't even to be honest, I don't even think there needs to be. I honestly believe this with my whole heart. You know, slavery was wrong. Slavery was normal back then. Today, it is the most barbaric thing you can ever imagine that somebody's enslaved. We can not compare morality today to morality back then. It was what it was. I don't understand why America owes anybody who was a slave in this country reparations. The prevailing Victor in the civil rights movement. I mean, I civil rights movement, but in the Civil War was the prevailing party, the prevailing side that did not own slaves. What are we even talking about at this point?
The Future Geopolitical Order and Bitcoin, Part 2 by Matthew Pines
"Let's go ahead and get into today's read. And this is part two of the future geopolitical order and Bitcoin. And initial assessment. And we are starting in on this section titled. Scenario analysis. What goes on inside is just too fast and huge in all interconnected for words to do more than barely sketch the outlines of it most one tiny little part of it at any given instant. David Foster Wallace every scenario in the arago of Pentagon wargaming starts with assumptions and artificialities, and then presents a ground truth. The former fix the parameters of the notional future, and the latter unpack the salient context and detail to examine the issue under analysis. Our assumptions and artificialities defined over the time horizon of interest. 2022 to 2030. One. Putin does not use nuclear weapons or mass use of chemical weapons beyond irritants in Ukraine. Two. Putin does not get deposed or assassinated. Though he may die of suspected disease, we assume his replacement is another style of Vicki, and won't fundamentally liberalize Russian society or change foreign policy. Three. China does not launch an unprovoked full scale invasion of Taiwan. This doesn't preclude actions against offshore islands like dong Ying, pratas, or other provocative moves in the South China Sea. Four. The Chinese Communist Party remains in power. Most likely with Xi at the helm, but this is not assumed. 5. No new breakthrough technologies or scientific discoveries are made that change the fundamental productivity or energy capacity of society, or destabilize human social order. For example, UAP disclosure. 6. No existing nuclear powers collapse or engage in nuclear hostilities. For example, Pakistan or North Korea, and new nuclear powers, examples of Saudi Arabia and Iran do not engage in nuclear conflict. 7. No debilitating attacks on global Internet infrastructure are launched. This includes cyberattacks, cable cuts to undersea fiber links, destructive anti satellite attacks, et cetera 8. No new COVID variant or other pandemic brings civilization back into a 2020 state of lockdown or worse. 9. The global food fertilizer system does not collapse and lead to multi continent famine, killing more than 5 to 10% of world population. Destabilizing social order throughout the world, including the west. And tin. The United States or Europe for that matter does not experience a political crisis that leads to a breakdown in constitutional order, a fundamental change in the federal structure of government or a secessionist breakaway block of states.
Biden Bails out Silicon Valley, Continues to Ignore East Palestine
"The Washington times good paper Biden rushes to bail out Silicon Valley continues to ignore east Palestine Ohio He thought about that rich Isn't that amazing So the Democrats are always about bailing out Democrats The elite donors The bigwigs East Palestinian doesn't even merit a visit by this moron Now you think about that folks And there's going to be more about the money that's gone to the Biden crime family from the communist Chinese and admitted this is unbelievable to me that there's not an ongoing investigation Of Biden and his family forget about hunter hunter is just a little piece of it The big guy at the top none of this would be possible But for the big guy and yet they are covering up for this guy like there's no tomorrow But there's no tomorrow The Biden keeps talking about now that Republicans want to defund the police Because they didn't vote for his massive climate change bill that was dressed up as an inflation reduction bill That had all kinds of stuff in there and we get money to states and cities and he said that money could have been used to hire police but the Republicans voted against it therefore they defund it This is why this crackpot was failing in law school and had a plagiarizing cheat to get through a test Because he's an idiot But if you're an idiot in politics you're righteous If you know how to lie and lie often even if you're caught but you act like you're telling the truth you can become a Democrat party Apparatchik or an official as well It's just incredible to me
Dennis Prager Podcasts
The World of the Democrat Party
"So those of us who wish to stop it, we are described by Joe Biden in this 32nd clip that you will hear. What's going on in Florida? Is this my mother would say close to sinful? I mean, it's just terrible what they're doing. It's not like, you know, a kid wakes up one morning and says, you know, I decided I want to become a man or I want to become a woman or I want to change. I mean, what are they thinking about here? They're human beings. They love they have feelings. They have inclinations that are, I mean, it's just to me is, I don't know, it's cruel. And the way we do it is we make sure we pass legislation like we passed on same sex marriage. You mess with that, you're breaking the law and you're going to be held accountable. But if you mess with that, that's right. So if you stop a 16 or 18 year old girl from having her breast removed, her healthy breasts. Or a few stop them from castrating a male because he says he's a female. You should be arrested. The heroes are the people doing this. This is the world of the Democratic Party. It's not just the world of Joe Biden. Will there be one Democrat to say I differ?
The Dan Bongino Show
Remembering Private First Class Gregory Ambrose
"My uncle Greg Ambrose was killed at 1968 today He was shot in the back and Vietnam Rescuing his buddies he was awarded the bronze star for doing so And a lot of these heroes many others Gregg and others they died and they're on that wall but they don't have a nephew who's got a national radio show to say their names So in honor of Greg and all of those others whose names I wish I had the time to mention one by one on the air You know I want to thank you for everything you did And the families who left them behind for everything you've gone through too And it tends to be kind of a forgotten war but you've got to remember a lot of those kids and they were kids My uncle died when he was about 19 You know they went over there Believe in they were serving their country whether you believe the war was just or unjust or whatever else Their mission was And I want to thank them My family was never the same after be lost They were holding a welcome home party for him and two soldiers showed up instead It was the day he was supposed to come back And my grandmother was never the same ever Sorry It's always hard to talk about Neither does my mother or anyone else So in my uncle Greg God rest your soul There are real hero and so are many many others who died in service of this amazing country
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Tucker Carlson: Neocon Republicans' Response to Ron DeSantis
"Ron DeSantis answer, we didn't know what to expect. His is very straightforward. He said, and we're quoting without question peace should be the objective. Now, if you're a normal person, if you're not a neocon, who derives deep emotional pleasure from hurting people, that seems like a totally expected answer. Why wouldn't you want peace? All these people were being killed, including a bunch of kids. But the neocons were in raged by this. Here's a selection. Why does sadness is talking about something far worse? He's talking about trashing the international order. He's talking about dismissing a full skeleton invasion of a sovereign European nation as a border dispute. This is so reckless. Ron DeSantis basically said, you know, so what, Russia is in Ukraine. Let him alone. It doesn't affect us. I mean, the narrowness of that vision, the narrowness of his statements, it's more than upsetting. It's scary. The Tucker tail is wagging the dog. That's why. I mean, look at the forum through which he wanted to give this information from a host on Fox News who has been railing against the U.S. involvement in Ukraine. As a national security person from my perspective, it's actually horrifying to me that you have two potential frontrunners for the Republican nomination espousing pro Putin and standing against Ukraine. Isn't that so security person? No, you're a moron. And give us last three successes that your national security policy has born. Oh, none? Okay. What's interesting is how very much they care. This is actually what they care about. They claim to care about a lot of things what they really care about is foreign policy and conservative foreign policy. It's exactly why they hated Trump. They would have put up with anything, but when he criticized the Iraq War, he was done. Well, Tulsi Gabbard, kicked her out of the Democratic Party for it.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Comments on the Russia-Ukraine War
"Here was desantis response in its entirety. He wrote, and again, this was in an essay form sort of by the the candidates. He said, quote, while the U.S. has many vital national interests, securing our borders addressing the crisis of readiness within our military, achieving energy security and independence and checking the economic cultural and military power of the Chinese Communist Party becoming further tangled in a territorial dispute between Ukraine and Russia is not one of them. The Biden administration's virtual blank check funding of this conflict for quote as long as it takes without any defined objectives or accountability distracts from our countries most pressing challenges without question peace should be the objective. The U.S. should not provide assistance that could require the deployment of American troops or enable Ukraine to engage in offensive operations beyond its borders. F-16s and long-range missiles should therefore be off the table. These moves would risk explicitly drawing the United States into the conflict and drawing us closer to a hot war between the world's two largest nuclear powers. That risk is unacceptable. A policy of, quote, regime change. In Russia, no doubt popular among the D.C. foreign policy interventionists would greatly increase the stakes of the conflict making the use of nuclear weapons more likely. Such a policy would neither stop the death and destruction of the war nor produce a pro American madisonian constitutionalist in the Kremlin. History indicates that Putin's successor in this hypothetical would likely be even more ruthless. The cost to achieve such a dubious outcome could become astronomical. The Biden administration's policies have driven Russia into a de facto alliance with China
AP News Radio
Putin rejects theory about Ukrainian role in pipeline blasts
"Russia's president Vladimir Putin dismissed allegations that Ukrainians could be behind the blasts on the Nord stream pipelines last year, and instead accused the U.S.. Putin's comments came after U.S. and German media reported unidentified U.S. and other officials as saying there was evidence Ukrainians may have been responsible. Putin's response. It's complete nonsense. Such a powerful explosion at such depth can be made only by specialists backed with the might of a state possessing certain technologies, Putin went on to say the perpetrators had to be a party with a vested interest, such as the U.S., which would be able to sell its more expensive liquefied gas to Europe if Russian gas was halted. Putin pulled scorn on European leaders for keeping quiet about the incidents, saying their silence was what he described as Europe's subservient position in relation to the U.S.. I'm Karen Chammas
"both parties" Discussed on WTOP
"Prices that are crushing American budgets, feder and lawmakers from both parties downplayed some of the interruptions during the speech, though it's clear they reflect the political tension in what's now a divided Congress. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller, WTO news. Underwater drones are being used as navy divers pull pieces of the downed Chinese spy balloon from the ocean floor off the coast of South Carolina after collecting all the balloons white fabric and shell structure found floating on the surface, the navy is now shifted to an all underwater search for the remnants of the massive balloon, which was shot down Saturday. The Pentagon says the balloon was taller than the Statue of Liberty. CNN reports any debris that's recovered as being taken to an FBI lab in Quantico, Virginia, as the government seeks to understand the full capabilities of the balloon. Some animal lovers in Virginia are disappointed by a decision made by state lawmakers in Richmond. This is to protect cats. The arguments are familiar, as Maryland passed a law last year banning the decline of cats. Virginia delegate Wendy gooditis wanted to move a band into Virginia as well. Look at your hands. It would be equivalent to your fingers, your toes being chopped off at the first knuckle. But her proposed band did not get enough support to move forward, Heidi kross is with a Virginia animal owner's alliance. She's against it. We're worried that this is taking away the choice of the pet owner. While some say can't decline this barbaric, others argue that decline is rare and that a ban would infringe on the judgment of veterinarians. Nikai nelli WTO news still had good news if you like outdoor dining. 9 13. We all have our systems when we bit from picking the perfect upset to combing through injury reports. I know a lot of people like checking out the handle before a matchup. And typically you hear the term fade the public. That goes into my process, no doubt, but it's something I take into consideration at the very end of my decision making process. There is one thing that
"both parties" Discussed on WTOP
"But in your past actions, you also embodied France's values and its history. 98 year old Samuel Davis N 96 year old Carl Felton, who live in Adamstown and Frederick, respectively, were among the 5 American veterans awarded France's highest honor. Very nice of him. Well, the leadership of both parties in the U.S. House are changing soon. And while Democrats have settled on their leaders from the coming year, Republicans still have a ways to go. We get the latest from WTO's Mitchell Miller today on the hill. New York congressman Hakeem Jeffries, who was unanimously elected to become the next democratic leader, says he's ready to work with every member of the party caucus. Whether you're from the north to south, the east, the west, the heartland of America, whether you're in the center, the center left. Just as progressives have sometimes been at odds with the democratic leadership, the house's top Republican, Kevin McCarthy, has been trying to address the concerns of conservatives in the house freedom caucus. Some still don't support him to become the next House speaker. But McCarthy and his allies continue to believe he'll get enough supporters when the House votes in January. Still with his election margin razor thin, a historic floor fight remains possible. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller, WTO news. Coming up after traffic and weather. Maryland's governor elect dishes on favorite state foods and flavors. I'm Kate Ryan. It's 8 36. The following is a paid commercial message. Friends of Keith you urgently request that you stop is unjust extradition. The extradition request is made in bad faith by the South Korean government. The U.S. State Department has the power to help Keith by refusing this extradition request. The apprehension of Keith is a political move by the South Korean government, blaming Keith and his entire family for the sinking of the sewell ferry has been an attempt to cover up their own duplicity in the tragedy. The South Korean government has a long history of human rights violations and connections to military dictatorships. Keith is an honest and contributing resident of the United States. If he is extradited to South Korea, he will not receive a fair trial. Join over 15,000 people who have signed the petition to
KCBS All News
"both parties" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Three people have been injured after a man broke into their home in San Francisco. This happened late last night off portola drive. Please tell us they found three adults bleeding, two suffering from apparent bite wounds and the other person was struck by a door which resulted in injuries. One person has been arrested and charges are pending while the investigation continues. Even though Democrats technically have the majority in the Senate, both parties have a lot to gain by picking up another seat, and that's why everyone is closely watching the runoff election happening right now in Georgia. Here's CBS's list St. John. Senator Raphael Warnock, the Democrat is facing his Republican challenger Herschel Walker, the libertarian candidate who got 81,000 votes is no longer in the running and libertarians tend to go toward the right, but Republicans just can't be feeling good about what's been happening in the last month. You know, they've had such high expectations and so much of their momentum, I think, may have been deflated. And if that's the case, the advantage goes to the Democrats because the Democrats are feeling pretty good. Larry gerst in case CBS political analyst and San Jose state political science professor emeritus. Republicans have to find some way to pick up the momentum and grab as many of those libertarian votes as possible. Democrats have to say, let's keep it going. The ground game is so important to both sides and on that the Democrats also seem to have the advantage. Le St. John, case CBS. President Biden is relaxing Venezuela oil sanctions as opposition political talks resume there. I'm Tom forte in a foreign policy change that could have some limited gas supply and economic repercussions here at home. The Biden administration is moving to ease oil sanctions on Venezuela at least temporarily. President Nicholas Maduro's government has long been under U.S. sanctions, but in an effort to support currently ongoing talks between that Venezuelan government and its opposition, the Treasury Department is now allowing Chevron to resume what it calls a limited energy production in Venezuela
"both parties" Discussed on WTOP
"49 farragut square and 46° in Laurel. Used time four 41. Congress members are stepping up their criticism of TikTok and its Chinese ties This as the Biden administration considers an agreement that would let the popular app avoid being banned in the U.S.. Let's learn more from WTO's Mitchell Miller today on the hill. Virginia senator Mark Warner, the chair of the Senate intelligence committee, is among those who have been sounding the alarm. Think about your kids usage of TikTok. Those videos, many places, TikTok is also obtaining biometric information about their users. Warner and other lawmakers say parents should reconsider allowing the video sharing app on their kids phones because China can review all their data. TikTok is denied it shares the information with the Chinese government, but members of both parties are concerned about an agreement being reviewed by the Biden administration that would allow TikTok to keep operating in the U.S. while being routed through servers operated by the company Oracle. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller WTO news. NASA's Orion capsule is now headed to a distant orbit around the moon after a fly by this morning that took the capsule 80 miles above the lunar surface. CBS's Christian Benavidez reports. Orion's sword above tranquility beasts where Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed on July 20th, 1969. This is one of those days that you've been thinking about interviewing about for a long, long time. Next Monday, Orion will travel about 270,000 miles from earth the furthest and NASA's history for a spacecraft intended for astronauts. NASA says the rocket that sent the Orion capsule into space caused a cause rather more damage to the launch pad than expected, liftoff thrust was so powerful that it tore off the blast doors to the elevator. Federal headlines is presented by periton doing the can't be done for national security. I'm Peter
CNN Political Briefing
"both parties" Discussed on CNN Political Briefing
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Mike Gallagher Podcast
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"From a U.S. congressman named chip Roy out of the state of Texas. He took to the floor yesterday of Congress and blamed both parties. Democrats and Republicans listen to this and give me your reaction to what congressman chip Roy had to say yesterday. It's not good enough to ban Russian oil if we're not going to open up American oil and gas. All we're going to do is provide more money to Venezuela. More money to Saudi more money to Iran. But yet that's being touted as a victory and some of my colleagues on this side of the hour saying, okay, good. Oh, this is great. But my colleagues on the other side of the aisle, they don't want any oil. They don't mind your gas being $4, $7, $10 a gallon. Don't get played. But my colleagues on this side of the aisle are about to get played. And everybody back home is saying, what are you going to do to stop vaccine mandates? Nothing. What are you going to do to scare the border? And my colleagues on this side of the hour are going to say, oh, don't worry, we're going to give you more money fries. More money for border patrol. But you know what that does? It makes it worse. Because you're funding the processing of people at our border. Because that's all border patrol and I are doing. But my colleagues on this Sunday are going to say, oh, look at us. We did something for you for border security. It ain't true. It's going to make it worse. And anybody who's been to the border, anybody who talks to border patrol, anybody who talks to ice knows that's true. We're not going to get a vaccine mandate. We're not going to get a secure border, and we're not going to get more oil and gas being produced in America. And then we're going to say, great, let's have a vote and send more lethal aid to Ukraine. And we're not even going to have a debate down here about what we're doing and funding Ukraine with Putin rolling over Ukraine. All we're doing is back room deal making, waiting for somebody to drop a bill on the floor of the house and then come down and vote yes or no.
"both parties" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Yes and their single goal is to inject more government into your life so that you're addicted to government and then maintain political power Why do you think they're letting people over the southern border those to them are future voters But mark my words This is what people have to understand Last Tuesday night I've been in politics for 30 years If a party takes a drubbing in the polls they normally come back and calibrate and say guys ahead of the next election ahead of the midterms we need to calibrate kind of make sure that we stop looking so extreme This administration understands that they want to have a radical nation And so for the next 12 months they are going to do everything that they can to pass every piece of legislation because they know that they will lose the House of Representatives So people have to understand out there that what happens the other night wasn't a check It wasn't an opportunity for them to say wow we went too far It was a wake-up call and the Democrats as we saw just the other day with this vote Are basically going to say we must get everything on our liberal progressive socialist agenda done in the next 12 months before we lose the House of Representatives And we as folks on the right And people who care about and love this country need to understand that we need to be on guard and doing everything we can in the next 12 months to stop this What kind of unity president is Biden been You know he ran on this He was trying to point to Trump as divisive He's been the most divisive president in my lifetime What about you Well he said unity more than anybody else So that's got to count for something You know I actually mentioned this in the book He says the word over and over again It's like saying I'm going to be skinny I'm going to be skinny I'm going to be skinny You can't lose weight that way You can't just say unity unity unity and get unity I mean this is a guy just to be clear President Trump in 2019 appointed me to serve as a member of the board of visitors of the U.S. naval academy They fired not just me but HR general HR McMaster general Jack Keane All of these other folks on all the military service boards West Point the naval academy air force first time in history history that that has happened This is just so the public because you're serving for a term a period of time Three years My term is up in 30 days I would have but they wanted If you were mister unity you'd say okay what the God finished out is 30 day term and we have to appoint someone new Instead they fired everybody And frankly they fired HR McMaster Three days before he was headed to West Point to get the highest alumni award that can be bestowed on any former cadet This is a guy who's imminently qualified to serve on what he used to teach there And yet they go and fire them That doesn't sound like a guy who wants unity They dismiss anyone on the right they'd say things like anyone who believes correctly the CRT as a problem is it doesn't exist They are dismissive and any carry.
"both parties" Discussed on KGO 810
"Both parties sort of said, you know, will open up economically and they will open up politically. Uh And that didn't happen because for a number of reasons, but about the same time that they were opening up economically, the technology to conduct a global surveillance state. Certainly, and certainly, you know, a national surveillance state for them became available, so we really do need to recognize the danger. If China, for example, gets ahead of us in space if China gets ahead of us on a I or on cyberspace. And we have to put the kind of determined concerted effort into preventing that, um, that they are today, putting into trying to accomplish that. You're on the armed Services Committee. What keeps you up at night? Mhm. Well, I also have five kids. That may be even more about exactly depending on the day. Um, no. Look, I mean, I think What keeps me up at night is I worry that the United States that that we have began to take for granted how important our role in the world is. And we've had a series of presidents. Now, I would say, beginning with Obama, who You know, didn't fundamentally recognize the danger of American withdrawal. And I think that you know, we cannot get into a situation where, um, we say, you know what? We don't have to worry about that. Whatever the global issue is because somebody else will take care of it. Um, The lesson really has to be American strength America being able to, um convey to our allies that they can count on us, Um American leadership in the world really matters and, um, I think that you know, we're now in a situation we've got the debt that is, you know, growing in ways that Itself is a security threat. We've got new spending that's being proposed and and the allocation of funds. You know, it's spending too much. That the Defense Department budget is insufficient. And, uh and that keeps me up at night that that we will lose the ability to deter adversaries and that an adversary will make Calculation that they can challenge us or they can threaten us and that we will have lost our ability to deter it. And that makes conflict more likely on the flip side. What makes you sleep soundly? At night where we are as a country, Not the five kids? Yeah, no. Well, some of the times I'm they do, too. But look what makes me sleep soundly at night is that we're America. And that we have tremendous potential, um, that the ideas that are at the heart of our founding the miracle of our founding. The miracle of our freedom is incredibly powerful and important, and And I will tell you specifically in the time since, uh, my vote on impeachment and the months after that one of the things that has been really tremendously moving. And inspiring has been the reaction of young people, young people across Wyoming young people around the country and young women, especially who have reached out to me who have come to my events have come to talk to me to say. Thank you, and we want to fight for our Constitution, and we want to fight with you and and it's not. It's not a partisan thing. Um, but it is really moving and inspiring to see that reaction from our young people. And that gives me tremendous hope about the future on that subject from our audience. How do you keep going when your whole party seems to be against you? What motivates you to keep going? I love this country. I believe in the values that we stand for. I've watched and worked in places around the world where authoritarianism took hold, where they don't have a peaceful transfer of power. And I know that I and you know, all of us have a duty to stand up and to protect this unbelievable miracle, this jewel that we have so that to me, and that is the only thing that matters and History will judge my colleagues who have put politics first or who continue to embrace the former president who continues to be an ongoing uh, you know, clear and present danger to this democracy and People have an obligation to stand up against it and again very strong words and certainly a lot of Democrats believe that, but it's fascinating to hear from a Republican as your as you are to say that He is a danger to democracy. Did you ever think that we would have a president who you would call dangerous to our way of life for our democracy? I mean, I don't know that anybody could have imagined that we would be in this situation. I I think a lot about the quote that's inscribed over the fireplace in the dining room in the White House, Um which I believe is John Adams. And it says may none but honest and wise men ever inhabit this house. And and I think that is one of the real lessons of of what of January 6th and of what we've lived through. We're still living through. It really matters. And this is a lesson for my colleagues. It really matters that you uphold your oath. You cannot look away from what happened. You can't look away. You can't say Well, you know what it's more important to get reelected. Because the whole system which was constructed by the framers, you know that they they required that we take an oath for a reason and and the system depends upon it. You mentioned the quote, Honest men. What's the quote? I think it's made none but honest and wise men. And of course it should say women. That's what I was going to ask. You need to add that in there I was going to ask you should maybe. Will you etch that in at some point, if you ever will you become when you run for president funds to get that edged in. Do you have an interest in running for president? Will you run for President? Look, I I am Totally focused on doing everything that's necessary obviously to represent people. Wyoming, um and help make sure that that we that we prevent Donald Trump from being the Republican Party nominee. And and, uh, ever getting anywhere close to the Oval Office again. I really think he would run again. Or is that just talk?.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"both parties" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Ground could be reached by both parties hears the sound on that. We're coming with a good faith offer, and we're hoping to find common ground on things that the American people would think of his infrastructure, roads, bridges, ports, airports, waterways. And, of course in the 21st century high speed broadband. Jeannie for these two meetings, the one on Wednesday and the one on Thursday. What are you going to be looking for? In what lawmakers say coming off the meetings? I feel like normally you know, lawmakers leave the meeting with the president. They say things went well. It was really constructive. Yada, yada yada. How are we going to really get a sense of what was said inside of those rooms. You know, I don't know if we're going to be able to get a good sense. I would love to be a fly on the wall you've got. You know Mitch McConnell and Joe Biden together for the first time. You've also got Mitch McConnell and Chuck Schumer her after their back and forth about the voting bill. It's going to be quite a meeting tomorrow, I imagine, But I think what I'm looking for specifically if we get in, tell us to what they actually talked about is going to be. Can Joe Biden hold his Democratic caucus together while he reaches across the aisle? Well, you know, I think there are signs that Republicans are willing to go up on Shelley Moore Capito si initial proposal. I think she's signal that I think Barroso and the other six that are meeting with him on Thursday have signaled that But what I'm not is clear about is that he can hold the 50 in the Senate Democrats together and particularly the House. If he deals too much with Republicans, and you know, we heard a little bit about this from Bernie Sanders amongst others in the last few days, So to me, that's the biggest signal I'm looking for. George. See you're very close with obviously Senator Marco Rubio. You understand the Republican side in the Republican perspective of here is what is the incentive for Republicans to come to the table on this one? I mean, if they compromise with President Biden, isn't that just giving Democrats a win? You know, I think what the motivation for for real public servants and not political animals would be good public policy for the American people. And I think I'm frankly more interested in the Democratic side on this one, because I think there's a real friction between President Biden and his desire for a legacy. And his desire for real accomplishments and the 2022 midterm elections. I think that there's a lot of angst on the Democratic side about at least losing the house, which seems likely and potentially losing the Senate again. And I think that if you have a compromise package that goes through, it's good for everybody. It's good for the president's good for the country, and it's good for the Congress. It also, I think probably increases Republican chances of taking back at least one chamber of the Congress. And I think I think congressional partisans on the Democratic side are gonna be very opposed to something like that. And you know, the body package includes a lot of things that our infrastructure and the Republican side it's almost completely infrastructure and I think the minority leader McConnell indicated he's already willing to go higher than then. Shelley Moore Capitals. Proposal where he said 6800 billion, which is still a huge infrastructure package. We just hired them. What she indicated is what he would favor and I hope they get something done. I think it be good for the country. I think it because of the president. I think the president's gotta think. Am I gonna do the right thing and worry about my legacy. Let the chips fall where they may. We may lose the House of Congress anyway, that if we stonewall or whether we we, uh make some kind of compromise Hope he tried to get something done, And it would be a lot less than what he initially proposed that they did, and George I couldn't agree more that I think the really are seeing some tension there is you described between President Biden sort of interest in building his legacy on this front. And then also the Democrats interest in holding the Senate. And I'm really, really curious Emily to see what happens. What the progressives in the house particularly have to say as Thies meetings. Go for it. You know, I have been saying, and I know you've been saying, I think this week we will probably get an inkling if to your point. We get the real story about what's going on in there. As to whether we're going to see some bipartisanship that Democrats and progressives can hold onto absolutely and you know, Jeannie to your point. We have already seen progressives come out and have some concerns about President Biden's plan number one. They say that it doesn't go far enough in spending that they should try and get even more. They've also raised concerns that his plan does not address health care. It doesn't expand Medicare, It doesn't talk about finding ways to lower prescription drug prices. So those are things that progressives have issues with. And of course, you've already heard Senator Joe Manchin has a problem raising the corporate tax rate to 28%. House. Democrats have a problem with not addressing the state local deductions, so lots and lots of questions and we're going to get another key piece tomorrow. When.
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"Left unsolved and unpunished. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I heart radio at number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one has started rolling blackouts to try to preserve that electricity. And this is expected to be the weather here, expected to be below freezing throughout the rest of the week. ABC is Marcus more on the weather in the South, getting me and Wilder, now a tornado watch issued for parts of the Florida Panhandle, southeast Alabama and southwestern Georgia through this afternoon. President Trump Acquitted over the weekend for the second time in an impeachment trial. Seven Republican senators voted to convict him for his role in the capital siege. ABC is Rachel Scott, with Trump's reaction to the acquittal. We know he's relieved to have all of this over now he is plotting his next move, Senator Lindsey Graham said that he spoke with Trump. He says the former president is now committed to rebuilding the Republican Party ahead of 2022. But listen, he may be acquitted, but his legal troubles are far from over. We know he's facing that criminal investigation. And there in Georgia, looking into his attempt to try and overturn the election. So far, Trump still denying any wrongdoing. President's Day markets closed. You're listening to ABC News. This is news radio. Wait. 40 w H A s Your news. Now Kentucky is gearing up for another round of winter weather Kentucky Emergency management Director Michael Doucet. The storm will impact most of our counties and should be considered a very dangerous system. Again, You can expect sleet, freezing rain ice, very heavy snowfall with accumulation rates of 1 to 2 inches for our. Meanwhile, governor, Bashir says he's alerted the National Guard and they're ready to assist in the event of severe weather. The governor ads were advising you to limit travel as much as possible. This will help you avoid dangerous conditions, but it also helps our road crews, fewer cars that are out there, The faster we can work and the better condition we can get the roads. In the sure says If you must go out take extra time. Reduce your speed and be very careful. I'm Haley Hansen. Now is your chance to win. $1000 text a nationwide keyword game 2 202 100, You'll get a confirmation, text and info standard data and Mrs Rates apply in this nationwide.
"both parties" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"You know, a good friend of the show from South Carolina. Who said Listen, we got a lot of friends yahoos in our party. You know, we gotta I mean, in both parties, you know whether you're talking about Maxine Waters, calling on people to attack conservatives getting their face Don't make him safe. You know, there's something I could give you. I give you a dozen examples, though, if you really if you want to get into unveiling protesters out of prison, you know, telling people that you know they're not safe and restaurants coming showing up at their house is knocking on their doors. We've got a lot of bad moments. Okay, But the truth is, if we're gonna move the conservative agenda forward, if they're going to offer a counter to what's going on in the Democratic Party, they do need a leadership. They do need a direction they do need. It means to go forward as one because the Democrats When it's time for them to circle the wagons lie and rally people at the Poles. They get it done. OK, The Democrats have successfully branded every conservative in this audience as a white supremacist based on the fact that you know a couple 100 dirtbags stormed the capital. Something we condemned. But they're able to use that as license to group the majority of conservatives with the French something they're very good at. The Republicans have to learn to fight back because what's happening right now is we're watching an overhaul to our country in real time. Where we're getting virtue signals on the environment that are costing us American jobs where kids are being denied an education. It's gotten so bad. With the way the Democrats are taking advantage, and to be honest with you. They're abusing these kids. There's no regard being shown for the kids right now. Kids that have already lost up to a year and a half of academic gains. Kids that are suffering, you know, shocking, sad, heartbreaking levels of depression. Special needs. Kids weren't getting the extra attention. They deserve. Malnourished. Kids weren't getting the food they need. They usually get there. One hot meal at school. Heaven forbid, it's a kid in an abusive household is a lot harder to diagnose remotely, little kids. Kids are suffering right now. We are screwing them over. Because Democratic leadership has not made them the priority. They have very much made the teachers unions the priority, and it's gotten so bad that there are in fact, some Democrats out there with a conscience. We're speaking up about this because enough is enough. I mean, you know this whole pretend reality that we submit every day on cable news on the left wing channels to get their way. Has real life consequences when they were ignoring political violence over the summer. People were getting killed over two dozen people got killed. We're told, that's mostly peaceful. You know, when they're shutting down the school, they weren't following the science, but kids are getting screwed over. Like now we gotta protect the teachers. You know when they shut down the restaurant's even though we had no science. That said the restaurants were high source of spread there. We don't follow in the science. In that instance, they were trying to hold back the economy during an election and hopes that they would win and get a federal bailout with a Democrat in office. That's what went on. But unfortunately their quest for power denies a lot of people in the periphery their own day to day prosperity. Businesses got crushed lives got destroyed and we are screwing. Over the kids. Okay, Jen Psaki had this to say about prioritization. In terms of of teachers. This is interesting, so they don't have their official guidelines on that yet. This is clip one. Well, I saw the comments of Dr Wolinsky. But I will say that even she would say if she were standing here. Welcome to come anytime. But she's in Atlanta that they have not released their official guidance yet from the CDC on the vaccination.
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"A bipartisan group of senators announced their principles for comprehensive immigration reform, which are very much in line with the principles I've proposed and campaigned on for the last few years. And they both failed. What about this? This time is going to make it succeed. Or is this also doomed to fail? Because Congress usually never actually As the heavy lift that Biden's asking for right fight is going to give it his best shot. And I think what's different here than what President Obama was working with is that Biden has made the choice to introduce legislation at a time when the Democrats controlled both houses of Congress. That's not to say that he's necessarily going to get all the votes that he needs. But he's in a much better position to lead rather than one that President Obama was in, you know for the majority of his tenure, which really required him to have toe lead with by compromising It seems as if, uh he is not putting forth a bill that would even open itself up to prolong to negotiation with the other side on. There's been some messaging from Democrats that they're not gonna wait for Republicans to get on board. What's the shake out with that? And like how this Will be received by Republicans who might be moderate or not. You're right, Sam that this proposed legislation doesn't offer a whole lot of immediate concessions to Republicans. And I think what stuck out most for me was the complete absence of any discussion about street arrests right, which is a real departure from the past. I think Across the political spectrum, but particularly Republicans when they talk about immigration reform legislation, there tends to be a real focus on law enforcement on criminality on making sure that you can get access to anyone who doesn't have legal status. Who's come into contact with police for any reason. You know whether it be that they're driving without a license or whether they've gotten a d U I Trying to deport that person as soon as possible, And it's a narrative that persists despite the fact that there's ah large body of research. That really points out that immigrants have been shown time and time again, even undocumented immigrants to commit crimes at lower rates than the American public, But they're historically has been this real focus on really connecting the two is if they're like inextricably Linked and I think this Biden plan dispenses with that narrative, And I do think that another element of timing that's really important here is that you know, President Biden is taking over right after President Trump and I think that An adverse, perhaps effective. Some of President Trump's harshest policies is that he really pushed a lot of people to the left. Americans were up in arms about immigration proposals and immigration policies that President Trump instituted that had never been seen before. But they also really got upset about longstanding issues problems about overcrowding in detention centers about the treatment of kids who are in federal custody. None of these things were new under President Trump, but people sort of got hip to them and realize that they didn't feel good about them. And so I think that, too has influenced Biden's proposal. And that, too, is a part of why it's so much further to the left than what we heard when he was in the White House is vice president. Well, and this really gets to my next question. Like It seemed as if both parties have been pushed further away from the center over the last several years. You know, Democrats are really, really progressive on immigration now. And the GOP is really, really conservative on it. You know if some of what we're seeing from Biden echo some parts of the Bush plan for immigration on Obama plan for immigration. We have to note that both parties are in a very different place now than they were under those presidents. Um, how does that affect the calculus? The fact that just America is so polarized on this issue? That's right. And, you know, I always liked Toso remind myself because it it really matters that when you look at pulling the voters who are most likely to actually act to actually cast their vote, based on their views on immigration are not progressive. It Z The most conservative Republicans who are most often thinking about immigration as their issue that they might be voting on more than any other group. And so that's something that you know both parties have in mind right now. The way that the Republican Party reacts to this Biden plan is going to tell us a lot about not just how they feel about immigration. But why, you know? Is it about economics, or is it about something else? Yeah. You know when I think of immigration as an issue and American politics Just remember every president for his long as I can remember saying our immigration system is totally broken. And then saying that we should fix it, and then it never gets fixed. And this is both parties and I think most Americans would agree. Our immigration system is broken. What is it about this issue that the country keeps a green? It needs to be fixed, but we never fix it. What does it say about America Capital A. Like What's up with that? What's the big moral of the story for who we are? As a nation? Okay, we can't fix this here. My thoughts, Sam. I think this is a really important question. This is actually something that I'm planning to spend a lot of time on. You know, in the next couple years because Yeah, I think that immigration law Is always a number of things. It's economic policy, but it zone much more than that. It's about race. It's about culture. It's about language. It's about values. What are the values that the government wants to? You know, communicate to the American public. But what are the values also that the government wants to communicate internationally, And when you look back throughout history, all of those factors have been taken into consideration every single time that a new immigration law has been passed. And that I think is actually part of the problem. I really started noticing this in the last few years, you know, I'd be traveling across the country writing about President Trump's policies. People, you know, Democrat and Republican. I feel like they would pull me aside. And they say, like, okay, Caitlin, like, But what do you really think? What do you How can we fix this? But what I realized was that what they were talking about the this that they wanted to fix was two very different things. You know, there was one group of people most often Republicans who would say, you know, how do we fix this? And they were talking about for them. The problem was that there were so many people coming to the United States. They felt like the numbers were too high. And then I would talk to, you know, a far left Democrat who would say, you know, Caitlyn, how do we fix this? But they were talking about the fact that it was actually hard for people who wanted to come to the United States to get in or they were talking about. You know the conditions and the detention centers or the separations of families. You know the ways that People who are attempting to migrate to the United States were being treated by the American government. And I do think that this disconnect in this really At the end of the day talking past each other that we sometimes do is a country is at the heart of the intractability of this debate. I think if we can't get on the same page and actually start talking about the same problems You can see how it becomes, You know, seemingly impossible to work toward a solution. Yeah. Well, I look forward to reading your work over.
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"Lord Tomo, working with members of Congress of both parties to move quickly to get this American rescue plan to the American people. That's the $1.9 trillion package he proposed before taking office, the impeachment trial of the man who preceded him. Donald Trump will take place in February. The House will deliver the article of impeachment Monday that triggers a one PM start to the Senate trial the following day, But both sides will then be given two weeks to prepare. ABC. White House correspondent Mary Bruce says This is a true compromise. But it allows Republicans to get what they want, which is a little bit of extra time for the former president's team to work on their defense. And it gives Democrats in the new administration what they want, which is some time to be able to hit the ground running, get some legwork done on on this new agenda and also get some of those critical Cabinet nominees confirmed. One nominee confirmed Friday. Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin by a 93 to 2 vote, says ABC is Karen Travers, the retired Army general becomes the first African American To lead the Defense Department. Austin is the second bite a nominee to be confirmed by the Senate. Several Haynes was confirmed Wednesday night by a vote of 84 to 10 to serve as director of national Intelligence. Another history making vote, Haynes will be the first woman to serve as the nation's top intelligence official. Corona virus vaccination process continues and governors like Colorado's Jared Polis hope it starts moving more quickly. I'm hopeful that the new administration gets under the hood. On figures out where the doses are, how they can speed it up on. I encourage them to do that. California's attorney general's going to investigate the Lake County Sheriff's Department to determine if it's been in a pattern of unconstitutional policing. You're listening to ABC News now. Here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1.
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"Fox News. But for now, the nearly $2 trillion proposal for more covert relief remains a work in progress and uncertain time frame on Capitol Hill. So President Biden has just signed more covert related executive orders whole of government effort to help millions of Americans were badly hurting. Requires all federal agencies to do what they could do to provide relief to family, small businesses and communities. In the days ahead. I expect agencies to act, for instance, ramped up food stamp assistance from the Agriculture Department. He also wants the Labor Department to guarantee people who receive unemployment benefits the right to refuse work that might jeopardize their health. The impeachment trial of former President Trump is now expected to start next week. Even as the Senate continues work on Cabinet confirmations. White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki his confidence he remains confident after serving decades in the Senate that the Senate members of both parties can welcome to gum. At the same time, Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell proposed a two week delay. New defense chief Lloyd Austin, becoming the second nominee to win confirmation and a vote earlier today. Janet Yellen, tapped to be Treasury secretary is next in line after a unanimous vote out of committee. Several governors pulling National Guard troops out of D. C. After a viral images of guard members resting in a parking garage and reports they were told to leave the Capitol building. My guards, men and women, they don't complain. But that's my team, and I'm not gonna let them sitting in a situation after serving the country so bravely doing what they had to do in the nation's capital during a lot of time of of real strife to be put in a situation of that kind of disrespect in Hampshire Governor Christie knew knew. The acting Capitol Police chief denies telling troops to leave the building his agency in the National Guard since offered a joint statement of mutual support. But lawmakers on both sides of the aisle want to know how it happened. America is listening to Fox views. Free healthcare hundreds to more than $1000 per month and disability compensation and tens of thousands for college tuition. These are just some of the U. S Department of Veterans Affairs..
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"President she like to Biden announcing Thursday he'll appoint federal appeals court Judge Merrick Garland to be his attorney general, such a long and distinguished career. That's Garland has earned the praise and admiration of members of bench and bar. Politicians of both parties. Judge Garland was nominated to the U. S. Supreme Court by former President Obama but never received a Senate hearing or a confirmation vote. President also old choosing Boston's mayor, Marty Walz, to be his labor secretary, and is expected to nominate Rhode Island's governor, Gina Rowe. Mondo is Commerce secretary. George's Senator Kelly Leffler, conceding defeat in Tuesday's runoff election. I called Reverend War not to congratulate him and to wish him well and serving this great state. While my heart breaks at not being able to continue to serve Georgia in America, I'm tremendously proud of all we achieved together. Warnock and fellow Democrat John also if will be sworn into the Senate after the state of Georgia. Certifies the election results growing number of Democrats calling for the resignation of US representative Mary Miller of Illinois and nearly sworn in Republican who quoted Adolf Hitler to rally outside the capital this week. Spokesman for representative Miller says the quotes were taken out of context. Boeing will pay $2.5 million to settle a Justice Department investigation, admitting that federal regulators were misled about the safety of the Boeing 7 37 Max Aircraft, which suffered two deadly crashes shortly after entering airline service. The settlement includes money for the crash Victimsfamilies airline customers and of fine But we'll safety investigators say the pilot of a skydiving plane that crashed in 2019 in Hawaii, killing all 11 people on board had not received training to become a competent pilot. The crash occurred in June of 2019 on the north shore of Wahoo plane banked sharply before plunging to the ground shortly after takeoff with 10 Sky.
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"Their liberal candidates who managed to win statewide in a state that is generally considered to be conservative. Its diversity is changing its youth is changing. Its dynamic is changing. Across the south. I think they're gonna be a lot of other states who look at Georgia and say, Is that our future too This is CBS News. Double duty, You'll be a 403 Thursday morning, Seventh of January 2021. We're looking at a mostly sunny day cold, breezy at times might reach 40 37 ounce of We're all mostly Idea. Mind we thank you for taking us along for you Thursday morning, Right? Topping the news as we head into this day together, breaking this over night early morning, just a little while ago, Congress formally accepting the electoral vote for presidents, affirming President elect Joe Biden as the winner of the election. Wtl piece Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill with the latest on the concerns from lawmakers. After all the events and chaos on the hill on Wednesday, congressional members of both parties are upset Maryland Senator Chris Van Hollen. I hope We will learn from what happened today. The mob attack on this capital the price we pay when we don't stand up for the truth. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says What happened was a failed insurrection, and he vowed we will not Belle. Lawlessness or intimidation. Lawmakers say they're also needs to be a thorough investigation into how the demonstrators were able to so quickly breach security and get into the capital, which remained under siege for hours on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller w T o p New new this morning A new public emergency declared in D. C by Mayor Merial Bowser that will last for at least 15 days until January. 21st. Of course, That's the day after President elect Joe Biden's inauguration Now this move means that the mayor has the ability to put a curse. If you in place at any time. For example, following that Wednesday, violence at the Capitol, the mayor put a curfew in place that last until heads up 6 A.m. this Thursday morning overnight Kurt Fuse you're waking up to are also in place right now in Alexandria and Arlington, doubled his own kin. Duffy was on Capitol Hill late Wednesday night and saw the protests in progression for the third time in less than two months since Election Day, Trump supporters descended on the Capitol. By the thousands, and they made their way to the Capitol building, making their way inside the building. This day began at the Ellipse with the rally, President Trump addressed the crowd there and, from there that enormous waves of people made their way down Pennsylvania Avenue to the Capitol building and simply overwhelmed. The police presence that was there and then police had to call in reinforcements to get the situation under control because thousands of people just parked themselves all around the Capitol building. Stun grenades had to be used to drive the folk folks back to get them away from there because there was a 6 p.m. curfew imposed as well. And police were enforcing that tonight. We had several arrests made. We actually saw a scene outside the J. W. Marriott Hotel were Trump supporters were standing outside because of fire alarm was said inside the building that drove them out. But then they refused to go back inside for its time. So about 100 MPD officers showed up out there. To make sure that they got back inside eventually, and they did. But again, we did see several arrests concerning violators of the D. C curfew. This was one for the history books for sure, 52 people have been arrested 47 of those arrests related to violating the curfew and unlawful entry 26 of those 47 arrests were made of the U. S capitol grounds. Ah, woman was shot and killed inside the Capitol building during the events she's identified this morning. Now is Ashley Babbitt. By kus I news Out west in San Diego. She was shot by a Capitol police officer. The D. C. Police Internal Affairs division is this morning investigating that matter, D c police Chief Conti. Says Three other deaths were reported as well from the area around the Capitol grounds. One woman and two men appearing to have suffered from separate medical emergencies. 13 people in all were taken to local hospitals. At least 14 D C officers were injured during the riots. One member seriously injured after he was pulled into a crowd and assaulted and at least six firearms were recovered on Wednesday. That's in addition to the three firearms recovered on Tuesday night. Black lives matter, D C meantime, saying they saw this coming. We tried to warn you. Although the organization places blame on President Trump for inciting his supporters, core organizer Nini Taylor says D. C officials were warned. This could happen, Taylor says. Black lives matter, D C demanded that the city and black sacred places be protected. But instead President Trump's supporters in but would it and made to feel constable confident and secure. She says, although they are not surprised it should have never reached this point occasion..
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"From ABC News. I'm Chuck's Iverson. He's overwritten been the veto proof president Till now House and Senate Republicans defying President Trump and overriding his defense spending veto, Mr Trump wouldn't sign the bill until Congress eliminated liability protection for Social media, including Twitter and Facebook. But defense spending creates too many jobs in every congressional district to delay so both parties rejected the president's veto. Andy Field, ABC NEWS Washington Ordinary in the two Senate runoff elections in Georgia. Over three million votes have been cast ahead of Election Day this Tuesday. ABC News Political director Rick Klein is remarkable teamwork in this race and really is the two Democrats versus the two Republicans. National and local political figures have played it that way, and this is as big as it ever gets for runoff election. They have control of a body of Congress on the line from one states. Votes on one day is unprecedented, holding a rally outside Oregon State Capitol disputing the election results and covert mitigation effort. Supporters of President Trump counter protest was held at Bush Park, California reporting a record 858 covert deaths in a single day A. B C's Alex Stone in Los Angeles on the new covert variant of the four people confirmed to have the new variant in San Diego County. None had any contact with any of the others, and at least two had not traveled, which shows a very it is spreading in the community. Two were men in their forties. One in his fifties in the original case in San Diego County, is a man in his thirties. Utah parents, Andrew and Caitlin Moore grew concerned when their seven year old daughter had a hard time breathing a constant fever. The pain that made her scream in the ICU docks found she had the severe side effect. Some Children get from cove it her father, Andrew, I used to be on the whole page of like all these mass. Don't do anything, kid. This is just the flu. Kids don't get sick from Cove it But I gotta tell you, man like I've been completely humbled. Seven year old Grace still recovering. You're listening to ABC news. This'd news radio. Wait, 40 w h A s Your news. Now 2020 saw one of the most expensive U. S Senate races in the nation Play out in Kentucky started with the.