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3 More Buses Carrying Unaccompanied Migrant Girls Arrive In Houston
"Housing unaccompanied female illegal immigrant Children. Brought here by Border Patrol. CPB says that 18,500 Children have come across the border in the month of March alone, 60% increase from the previous record set in May of 2019 got to read on Final four starts at 4
"cpb" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Can come go given the fact that even though with title 42, there are some families that are staying. And is there a timeline for when we won't be seeing these overcrowded facilities with run by CPB when it comes to unaccompanied minors? Well, look, I guess I should be flattered. People are coming because I'm a nice guy. That's reason why it's happening that I'm a decent man or Havers phrase that you know That's why they're coming because no Biden's a good guy. They know Biden's a good guy. You know, That's why I should be flattered. I should he is flattered. And it's not as though he's discouraging them. You gotta love Yamiche, the rabid right winger. Saying you you said now is not the time to come. You said repeatedly Now is not the time become. He said it twice that I could find. Twice once was reluctantly with George Stephanopoulos. And what do you want me to say? Don't come, Don't come now. Okay. Wow. That's uh That's wow, It's it's unambiguous there. His intent This was the tone and tenor of the entire thing. The media has They still haven't fully evicted Donald Trump. From their heads. He still lives there rent free, but they themselves have moved, and it now resides firmly where Joe Biden's dinner from last night. Exists. They've moved right up there. It was weird about watching Joe. Is it really kind of expected at any moment, Visiting angels would come out and escort him off the stage. Come on, Joey, You're not supposed to leave the home. You know that. Wasn't in this cut. He ran to me. The yells of you noticed this about Joe Biden. In the middle of an answer, and I'm gonna try to do it just in the middle of a sentence the way that Joe Biden does it. You've got to get that the paws down being in Impersonating somebody. Even semi well is this is a skill Is he'll sit there you'll say well, Want toe. Make sure that we do compassion. Compassionate things down at the border. Because that's who this country is. And that's who we always will be. And that's what I'm trying to and it's like, why did you yell in the middle of that show? What was up with that? He did that throughout. I have just one example here, but it's actually a couple of examples randomly inserted in the cuts the rest of the cuts. But that's how we talked. They It's like Hillary Clinton disease. Hillary Clinton If you look at her if you listen to her, and I apologize if you listen to her She equates volume with passion. Confuses the two constantly if I yell Then it shows that I am I really care about it. And even though she sounds like a robot yelling Like, Okay, You're just a robot yelling now, function now function. Joe kind of does that except it's Hillary, at least, is doing it for a purpose. Joe does it? Randomly in the middle of sentences with no point whatsoever. It's not even like Oh, he's really trying to draw attention to this. He's not. He's just suddenly starts yelling like somebody sent him bad soup. Listen to him cut to go ahead two to rebuild the backbone of this country. The middle class. Hardworking people. People struggling in no class they build.
Biden says he would 'be flattered' if migrants are surging because of him
"Along the US Mexico border, dominating the first part of the news conference, in which the president said that he is trying to fix a problem he claims President Trump began in Michelle Sender is the PBS news, Our White House correspondent with this question to President Biden. How do you resolve that tension? And how are you choosing which families in state, which can go given the fact that even though with title 42, there are some families that are staying. And is there a timeline for when we won't be seeing these overcrowded facilities with run by CPB when it comes to unaccompanied minors? Well, look, I guess I should be flattered. People are coming because I'm the nice guy. That's reason why it's happening. And I'm a decent man over Havers phrase that you know that's why they're coming because no Biden's agreed Guy. Truth of the matter is nothing has changed as many people came 28% increase in Children of the border in my administration, 31% in the last year of in 2019 before the pandemic in the Trump administration, It happens every single solitary year There is a significant increase the number of people coming to the border and the winter months of January, February March. It happens every year. In addition to that there is a and nobody and by the way, does anybody suggest that there was a 31% increase under Trump because he was a nice guy, and he was doing good things that the border that's not the reason they're coming. The reason they're coming is that it's the time they can travel with the least likelihood of dying on the way because the heat the desert number one number two They're coming because the circumstances in country in country the way to deal with this problem, and I started to deal with it back when I was a United States Senator, I mean, vice president for putting together a bipartisan plan over $700 million to do the root causes of why people are leaving. What did Trump do? He eliminated that funding. He didn't use him. He didn't do it. In addition to that, what he did he did. Men, all the elements that exist to deal with what had been a problem and cook and has been continued to be a problem for a long time.
"cpb" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR
"Is not being received. Instead, the perception of you that got you elected as a moral, decent man is the reason why a lot of immigrants are coming to this country and trusting you with unaccompanied minors. How do you resolve that tension? And how are you choosing which families in state, which can convey given the fact that even though with title 42, there are some families that are staying And is there a timeline for when we won't be seeing these overcrowded facilities with run by CPB when it comes to unaccompanied minors? Well, look, I guess I should be flattered. People are coming because I'm the nice guy. That's the reason why it's happening that I'm a decent man over Havers phrase that you know that's why they're coming because no Biden's a good guy. So the best way to get something done If you If he holds near and dear to you, that you Like to be able Anyway. Hmm. I'm we're ready to get a lot done. And if we have to, if there is complete Lockdown and chaos is a consequence of the filibuster. Then we'll have to go beyond what I'm talking about. Okay. Um, hang on. Uh, Sorry. Oh, Saying, man Miss Kim with regard to the filibuster, I believe We should go back to a position of the filibuster that existed Just when I came to United States Senate 120 years ago overnight we learned that North Korea tested to ballistic missiles. What if any actions will you take And what is your red line on North Korea? May say that number one U. N resolution. 17 18 was.
"cpb" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Victory. Every vote must be counted. No one's going to take our democracy away from us with continuing coverage. Richard Cancer ABC News Nowthe latest traffic and weather together right now not reporting any new accidents on any of the major interstates or highways here in the Tri state. Now, the latest forecast from the advanced Industry Weather Center advanced industry would like to say thanks. It's an honor to serve our community during this time and always visit no fear. Dennis dot com Resync clouds and morning low of 47 degrees our Thursday then partly to mostly cloudy high of 67 at night Fair skies in alot of 42 looking ahead Sonny for Friday and highs near 70. Into the weekend from your severe weather Station nine. First Warning. Chief Meteorologist Steve Raleigh News Radio 700 wlw radar showing a clear sky. Our temperature is 52 degrees. Ages and Cincinnati find meth hidden packages of pastes, dietary supplements, oils, cans of coconut water and Mawr have all been stopped by Cincinnati's customs and border protection recently, and according to officers after they x rayed things they found those items were actually methamphetamine dressed up to look like the items. CPB says it has seized £134 of meth found in nine different shipments all headed for addresses in both the United States and Australia. Total value of the drugs more than a million dollars. I'm Jack Crumley News radio 700 wlw Wednesday marked the second.
"cpb" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"As Still got very heavy traffic 75 South Crooks and Big beaver Still about a 5 to 10 minute delay there. Also an accent block in the left lane US 23 North bound at Heinie Road that's currently got You backed up all we passed. I 96 at this time. Looking at your forecast tonight cloudy skies but the low around 50 for tomorrow cloudy once again with a high near 61. Right now it's cloudy and 58 degrees. I'm the townhall dot com newsroom. The Michigan Poison center at Wayne State University School of Medicine is warning about a drug that is causing overdoses. The drug Purple heroin is linked overdoses in the upper peninsula. As well as one and Van Buren County. The Michigan State Police laboratory tested the drug and found fentanyl and morphine in the drug creatures. Researchers say that the drug should respond to the naloxone and an overdose situation, but research is limited. U S Customs and Border Protection is releasing latest their latest statistics for this year. CPB Commissioner Mark Morgan's has overall illegal immigration at the Southwest border was down 53% this fiscal year. Morgan says it decreases tied to covert 19 but also the policies of the Trump Administration, which ended catching release that he feels cut off the incentive that lure people to the border with hopes they would be set free until the court date. It was a 36% increase in bust involving migrants hiding inside of the big trucks. We update traffic mother four times an hour. I'm Tim Cook on the Patriot from one of 1.5 and Am 1400. The following program has been pre recorded for broadcast at this time. When you hear phone numbers, please.
"cpb" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I love that I love I love to mix, you know, like, but they don't sell over here and it's very refreshing because we can cross it either. Mexican baloney is not allowed into the U. S because it's made with pork and could introduce a foreign animal disease. That does not stop smuggler, says Katherine Vasquez, a U S customs and border protection agriculture specialists. It's love, then they they crave it. They smuggle it across because they're able to sell it. For say, um Under the table. Baskas has inspected products at border crossings for more than 20 years, she says Mexican baloney is one of the most popular prohibited items. The contraband comfort food in the form of red colored rolls turns up time and time again. They call them chubs, those round rolls and the price of a role at least doubles once it crosses the border, according to Vasquez, say anywhere from 30 to $40 all the way up to further north up to $80 for one single. Roll. Since May, CPB officers at Border Crossings in El Paso have seized at least £1000 of baloney. One man had 35 10 found roles hidden under blankets in the back seat of his SUV. If you tasted this baloney yourself, you have. Have you ever tried it? No, I just I know that it takes forever to burn. That's because CPB officers destroy the bologna by incinerating it at ports of entry. And yes, it does smell like a big hot dog roast the Lama or Texas meat shop manager points out. The story has some great baloney. But for customer medium worthies who grew up eating, she mixed brand.
"cpb" Discussed on KCRW
"At murder charges well riverside county judge ruled the foot it should be kept from public view until the investigation is over which could take up to a year department policy does say that video for officer involved shootings has to be released within forty five days but the court order over rise that for most kids in the U. S. the chicken pox dictate vaccine is routine but hundreds of migrants and shelter to the border are struggling with the virus more on this now from KCRW's Charlotte powers the immigration crisis has come across another crisis but this time it's airborne out of all the migrants in Baja shelters ten percent of them are ill and two percent have chicken pox it's unknown whether migrants are getting sick in the detention centers or prior to their arrival but doctors say these viruses spread rapidly and can be detrimental to pregnant women and those with weak immune systems the Texas Tribune says about thirty migrants are taken to the emergency room every day customs and border protection say they do not send migrants back based on their health status but some migrants have said otherwise migrants are either quarantine on site are taken to the hospital if they arrive sick at the border yet CPB has been blamed for high numbers of child deaths in their detention centers support for NPR comes in the Jane and Joel catcher supporting the children's movement of Florida dedicated to helping all children enter school with the social emotional and intellectual skills needed to succeed it's six oh six on a Tuesday it's All Things Considered from NPR news I'm Mary Louise Kelley and I'm also Chang since pulling out of the twenty fifteen nuclear deal the US has reimposed and stiffened economic sanctions against Iran the US goal being hit Iran's oil exports exports that produce a huge part of the country's wealth in a few minutes we're going to hear from NPR Steve Inskeep who's in Tehran reporting on how the sanctions are affecting Iranians but we begin our coverage at the United Nations where secretary of state Mike Pompeii trying to rally support today for US efforts to isolate Iran says the United States declared our intention to bring already know purchases zero in April the Ayatollah has gone all in on a campaign of extortion diplomacy NPR's Michele Kelemen has been following pump has remarks to the UN security council and she joins me now Hey Michelle hi there also so what exactly does secretary Pompeii a want countries to do about Iran well for one stop buying oil from Iran which uses only fuels Iran's bad behavior he also wants more countries to join a maritime security initiative to protect shipping in the strait of her moves the U. K. and Bahrain are part of it there's a lot of skepticism though from countries that really don't want to be drawn into a conflict with Iran and you know countries that are you supportive still of the two thousand fifteen nuclear deal with Iran so is Pompeii are going to get this party once well in the security council today actually heard a lot of concern about the U. S. approach you heard representatives of Germany France in the U. K. all saying they don't see any alternative to the nuclear deal they were involved in the negotiations and don't want to see it unravel China's ambassador said his country is opposed to power politics and bowling and then Russia's ambassador said that he went through all of Pompeii is remarks word for word and found only words like threats regime conflict and no mention of dialogue he says the only time palm bay spoke about cooperation was to call for a coalition against Iraq well the US pulled out of the nuclear deal soon after compare became secretary of state that was over a year ago what's your sense at this point is this maximum pressure campaign working the way the trump administration had hoped has it made a run change its behavior well Pompeii is is is working in the one example he always gives is that around doesn't have as much money to give to groups like Hezbollah and Hamas but it also if you look at the whole list of U. S. demand you'll see that Iran is moving in the opposite directions on many of these friends around still holding American prisoners it shot down a U. S. drone it captured and it's still holding a British vessel and as Pompey himself pointed out in the security council Iran has been ramping up its nuclear program recently and that's what he was called extortion diplomacy he's telling people not to cave to that kind of pressure that that is that the sanctions will pay off eventually because it's the only way to pressure Iran back back to the negotiating table as NPR's Michele Kelemen thanks Michelle thank you unless you're now from inside of Ron and ask how are these sanctions affecting around government and its people well our colleague Steve Inskeep of NPR's morning edition is there he is reporting all this week from Tehran he Steve they their memories what does it feel like they're doesn't feel like a city under siege from sanctions not when you first show up it is a vast modern megacity on the side of this mountain range immense traffic takes hours to get from one place to another but when you stop when you get out of the car when you talk to people you do sense enormous economic pressure that people are feeling just to get through their day in what way wanted to tell you well inflation is really bad food prices are way up and medicine in some cases is hard to come by we visited a cancer clinic and we spoke with doctor must in a sunny who is a doctor there she's got US made radiation machines and they're hard to maintain let's listen you have to repair some parts and then you'll have not access to the main company and a you're not able to why did spare parts we need she also says she can't get U. S. made chemotherapy drugs and has to rely on older forms of chemotherapy treatment but hang on let me stop you for sector because I thought medicine and food were not supposed to be covered by US sanctions that's what the USS and the U. S. is right about that they are not covered but for Iran to buy that stuff from outside foreign firms have to sell it which requires financing bank transactions are afraid of getting caught by U. S. banking sanctions there's also problems within Iran by the way with corruption with mismanagement in any case some medical materials are in short supply all right well this prompts me to ask you then who who do run ins blame for these problems do they blame their government to they blame the sanctions this is the key question because the US would like them to pressure their government of course Iran would like its people to to blame the US many do blame the United States here because people are aware of the sanctions but in interviews with ordinary people like some we did the other night in a park it was a holiday was the evening people went out in this very hot city in the cool of the evening they were out on blankets smoke Sheesh eating food sounds that way they was it was a lovely scene and people had very free conversations and in quite a few cases they specifically blame to their own government and among other things blamed their government for not being willing to negotiate you'll recall that Iran's supreme leader recently said there was no point in negotiating with president from food indicated he would like to talk in some way there are at least some Iranians who disagree with that decision and who lay the blame for a lot of their troubles in a lot of different ways on their government what about Iran's leaders any sign you have been able to pick up on that they are feeling the effects of the sanctions or or changing their behavior in anyway I don't think that the elites feel this very much at all because they have the resources to be able to adjust if you're in the northern part of Tehran which is the really wealthy part there's actually a construction boom with Gallo construction cranes all over the place and lots of construction noises and buildings going up apparently as people put their money into real estate which seems like a safer bet than some other things Steve before I let you go I'm just curious your impression as you speak to people how free they seem to feel to speak to you I mean compared to past visits you've been there how many times this is my sixth visit over about ten years and I think the debate which is always more more free in Iran than you would imagine from outside has become still more free and the last couple of years people are more explicit than I've noticed in the past when they do have critical things to say about the government although I think by and large people still support the general idea of this government and do not necessarily support policies of the United States Steve glad to talk to you is Steve Inskeep reporting there from Tehran he will have more reporting you'll hear it on in Paris morning edition over the next three days.
"cpb" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Read it from there the delegation was met with both supporters and protesters during a news conference following their visit meanwhile US customs and border protection is investigating a Facebook group of more than nine thousand current and former CPB officers who posted jokes about migrant deaths and sexist comments about because you Cortez existence of the Facebook group was first reported by ProPublica the long time U. S. C. gynecologist accused of sexually abusing hundreds of women was in court on Monday Phil Hewlett has more Dr George Tyndall was arrested last week and he had a gun with him when he got busted in court Tyndall pleaded not guilty to the charges against him prosecutors say Tyndall inappropriately touched at least to sixteen women between the years of two thousand nine and sixteen he worked at U. S. C. for thirty years and most of his alleged victims say the school knew about the bad behavior but refused to do anything about it Phil Hewlett NBC news radio and three tiny glowing stones are made in northern Michigan man a star in the world of gemologists Eric went to Monte was walking along the shores of Lake Superior last summer when he discovered what he has named you per lights to the naked eye these appear to be just regular gray rocks under UV light though the rocks glow like a velvet poster under a black light in the nineteen sixties bedroom rental market says people from all over the world come to northern Michigan to go on one of his now famous rock hunting tours of video we posted last year has over fifty million views worldwide and the story of the U. per lights is now the subject of a PBS documentary mark Mayfield NBC news radio.
"cpb" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio
"The one an ally how's the personal experience with this because i have worked there both at npr and at pbs so i do know a little bit of what i'm talking about at least from the insider perspective and a water shock the npr website is outraged the upset trump because trump proposes cutting all federal funds for npr ntb s well that's not necessarily a new republican or conservative proposal is it time to say guess what sorry big bird you're going to have to go somewhere else for your money siree nova sorry programs that push climate change and that whole narrative am bill nye the science guy and his whole narrative you're going to have to go elsewhere to get your money because the federal government is not going to pay for it this is what npr is saying the of twenty nine team federal budget and by the way it is the 2019 even though today is february were in the early thursday february 13th against about what's tomorrow coming up a little later the show but this is the time of year wherever they planned the 2019 federal budget the budget that the white house unveiled monday again proposes cutting all federal funding for the corporation for public broadcasting which funnels money boy is an interesting choice of words because it has that connotation funnel money to npr in pbs a potential move that the cbp carburetion for president corporation for public broadcasting president quickly slammed well of course they did if you got free money for doing the business of what frankly is quite liberal politicians you'd be absent in a statement here's what the presidency of cpb corporation for public broadcasting patricia harrison excoriated the proposal suggesting it might even lead to fatalities i'll give me a break you're gonna cut pbs and you're going to cut npr funds and that is going to lead to fatalities well that's what they say here's what she said american's place great value on having universal access to public media's the longer notice how it's no longer public television it's no longer public radio it's public media has been that way for a long time and guess what if you've got a phone you have access if you've got a screen you have access if you have a tv set you.
"cpb" Discussed on FT Banking Weekly
"Forsman action enforcement action more than anything else sane dealerships were wrong instead of writing a roll any apply that to a couple of of banks but not every bank he did that through enforcement action would a rule have been better yes would have taken a longer yes but it's better than just singling out four or five institutions and penalising them but everybody else would is the speed on interstate you had to come up with what is the speed on an interstate if you will been uh so that's one of the problems we had with the cfpb also i think richer cordially at times purposely demonized banks through the complaint portal system doddfrank said you had had a complaint puerto system for customers to go to an agency if they had a wrongdoing from an alleged wrongdoing from a bank but to put that out in the public space was wrong unless you verify that information ben i could go to your financial times website and said you're a horrible reporter and that would count against to either no had no basis for that but of course i would have a right to reply in the comments underneath what whatever this person it's it sure but by that time under with cpb did they would tell everybody bank exhead two thousand complaints but not verify so without context it was unnecessarily punitive it was a case since o'chee can just briefly sketch from the direction you'd like to see it with this new structure the cfpb taking well i hope cooler heads prevail in the united states senate you need sixty votes to cut off debate into pass legislation right now they're fifty two republicans and 48 democrats i know ban without any question there are a probusiness commonsensical democrats in the united states senate who want to support the rest of the republican contingency and have a type of commission unfortunately politics is getting in the way people are up for reelection in two thousand and eighteen in for the first time i have seen in my lifetime been in washington.
"cpb" Discussed on FT Banking Weekly
"Other cpb as that of a single director that has all rule riding over every single bank has enforcement powers over every bank and has examination power over bank there's more powers bestowed upon the the director the cpb than all other agency heads combined we are pushing for a commission of the cfpb a fiveperson bipartisan senate confirmed leadership structure just like every other agency is in the united states run so how would the outcomes be better for the consumer if if such a structure were to be imposed are less imagine this been a brocco momma appointed richard cordially confirmed by the senate the pendulum swung on me to the left possibly under president trump the pendulum will swing all the way to the right under a commission type structure that pendulum does not swing hopefully it would stay in the middle sheila bear formerly of the fdic chair of the fdic said if you want to have certainty instability in the marketplace you create a commission so the pin on doesn't swing left to right we just spent millions of dollars tens of millions of dollars hundreds of millions of dollars complying with all things cfpb and been i will tell you in many instances we should have spent that type of money but now we're going to be spinning hundreds of million dollars complying with a new director we don't wanna do this again in five years that's why we want to have stability and certainty in the middle so over the past few years when he fought this single the right to you i think you've look into into a dictator at least that's one of the talking points her isn't it like i said what where did them mr quarter i really overstep whatever boundaries he had yeah there were several instances uniform examination of our banks sometimes ruling with an iron fist to despaired impact of auto lending whether you statistical analysis yaohua instead of writing a rule he came out with guidance and in.
"cpb" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"The atlanta branch of the nwc put a year old aren't garage grow quickly amen mapra of the atlanta branch of the nba level acp this is a kind of breaking here arbitraging people to wear white to the game to bring attention to the white house to waive when the president enters the stadium to he's going to bring them schuster will they've added that part to it updated yes they are plenty protest was the why todd surrenders arms i would have used the rams tom uv lummer leave white towel is meant to mock the snowflake insult that trump supporters of made against those will pull in brazil into may seemed cpb sasid but wire gorge again sit your eyes dan we're not this ridiculous largest i was i dunno if it wants to oddson with georgia connection i don't i don't know maybe he knows saeb anderson the usual resources use your political pool for actual real things waving eurotower wind of president arroyo walks into the it's at that he thinks is every man wrong rowan shaw they love me what's wrong with you on him because he got to the super bowl to i dunno weeding in minnesota i think you'll make it numerous who will raji wanted to say something you knocked on the writ little bit of breaking news a key schanz guy t martin o is interviewing all for fc jr no ho lsu the raiders argued that you root in beer raiders for what offer or nader relay.
"cpb" Discussed on AM 1260 The Answer
"Of the city's population distresses homes and businesses went up in flames santa rosa resident gabriella kiera says the fire wiped out her entire neighborhood this is awful it's horrible then it's not just us it's everybody's you now like if you look around the whole neighborhood everybody's houses caught because the housing crunch gripping the san francisco bay area survivors of the fire dealing with a different kind of crisis they have nowhere to go the end of alesi pius elected an insider to be its new presidency yellow dare johnson says his goal as president will be to have the end of lay cpb in alignment with its members on national issues but we are stronger advocate and to ensure that the voice of the local unit represent quell car have a great of woori important file johnson says the end of alesi p has been conducting a listening to around the country they want to be able to have a shawls report more collaborative boys around most appropriate policy state public policy and on the national about uh and as a result of that uh we have to decide if true uh uh step forwards make sure that we have proper alignment alignment with all of operation falcon governor chris christie is endorsed the bid had the state's biggest city to win amazon's competition per second headquarters in a statement christie says his steel would amount to one of the most successful endeavours in the history of new jersey and amazon jalazon which is dais in seattle is set at second headquarters would bring fifty thousand jobs along with it christie previously estimated the second headquarters could generate up to nine billion dollars in economic activity that's corresponded jeremy else reporting more these stories at town hall dot com have you rack tap more than ten thousand dollars in credit card debt are you barely getting by making minimum payments you should now the credit card.
"cpb" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"Um but i wasn't aware that it was it was it was into biosciences see on biosciences a 100percent owned by cpb equity company ltd an investment all of the crown property bureau that that bit multnomah yano i didn't know that either of a and then the krahn property bureau is controlling about eighty billion us dollars in assets so they probably are involved in pretty much anything in in a thailand apparently the now rollout generics a produced under dues putting scheme which to cuban government and basically think that at some point they will become too large has generics producer in the asean region which i found quite astonishing only we managed to us guess through that story without a indigo cells on a lesson not just a charge which has got a reason to celebrate well that serve this took finally uh about the in the philippines uh we've got in the nikkei asian review philippine president to tatair declares marawi city liberated yes so this is a story that we've talked about on this program a couple of times already in in may basically a group of islamic fighters occupied a city in the southern philippines it was a local dispute that then basically escalated in an entire city was standing a under siege and so basically the the the filipino militry now declare uh to the city has been liberated now for me what was interesting about the story was of course that there was another story today and as your times that say now that rao caused phoolan in syria we probably going to see an influx of foreign fighters into southeast asia they come home from the middle east and so this a story here probably or reduce quote by do dare to prove we be too optimistic about having defeated isis and radical islam in southeast asia is mr deter a settling down of told them to his role.
"cpb" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Okay folks free and open up the phone line jerry we're gonna talk to carol felton also seven seven three seven six three nine two seven eight i'm gonna start with john from indiana john you're on how are you good afternoon hello i i am i don't know if you caught cpb program are of our economic timber can burn documentary too we're watching it i'm in the process of watching it i've i i i don't i i've i've i recorded didn't riveting absolutely riveting program couple of common about it or circuit orthopedic surgeon occurred in america american politics or have not really believe he'll and it's still going on and uh brooke me or i want to ruin accorded or could you know the enemy could you weren't okay uh but documentary 21 win over have family in world war coffee at phnom the only thing troch kit the move people are really picked off about the wreck rope and about the communist their growth their groping about the fact that the car i'm a coworker get into their relative graveyard all the people were dying in a so that were fighting the north of the communist party author graveyard could walk them and and in that coulter or through important to worship hungary or the grant her naranco through john do you have a question for girl well the questioner to do with our current policy in korea if we didn't learn from vietnam we got thirty carbon crooks and career and her every all children quoted opposite reaction the us has created the author in north korea and my question you are bought the democratic party stand up and say we were wrong to be or could communist all aren't job the communist china we want to negotiate with the north pole all us crew protocol career so that they can do though clear.
"cpb" Discussed on REAL 92.3
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"Sheikh in who wrote the screenplay for all the way with lbj he also wrote the screenplay for hacksaw ridge which is marvellous mood via the chance to see and and and just as the cpb board was about to take a vote required by the congress he said to the the the congress was requiring that anyone who worked for public broadcasting could not be on the board and bob in a ninetyminute art of maneuver got that amendment change so the red differently from what congress intended and we passed we pass on that so you tell that story in some detail because you don't find many republicans like that anymore you don't for not when i when i worked for lyndon johnson on domestic policy in sixty three and sixty four and sixty five his mandate to me was to spin as much time as i can with republican members of congress because he said they will come with us unpredictably but reliably when we need them and the democrats will be there air without without a second thought so when we ended when we burst when we when we forced an end to the filibuster on the civil rights act of sixty four the one vote that made the difference was from john j williams a republican crusty republican thumb delaware who hated lyndon johnson macos he thought he was deeply corrupt politicians taking money from the oil industry and the interest of texas but john j williams rose above his personal animus and voted in the filibuster when we passed the civil rights act the ins of sixty four in the house we pass it with seventeen republican votes people frank cheered leica margaret church and margaret smith people like that those and and i used to have my best conversations with with some of those republika's that doesn't exist today you cannot find any republicans who stray from the reservation long enough to cast and really independent vote one foot now that will interest you in terms of history when lbj signed the the civil rights act of sixty four which ended segregation in public accommodations around the country arbitrarily i ask in that evening youth the how do you are with the out his room his quarters in the in the mansion across from the west wing and he was depressed and had the the washington post across his chest in it read johnson.
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"Going on and the country was very divided at the time and the white house was attacking the press all the time once his credit his what nixon got into office and we have a lot of echos of that and in the current situation so how how did that time the early 70s that turbulent time affect the implementation of the than what what does it mean for pbs an npr to be created in the midst of that they were created in sixty seven as you said area near introduction of me through the public broadcasting act which he signed in sixty seven fifty years ago and they treated aboard a corporation for public broadcasting to be the governance of the born lyndon johnson was a super politician and no politician wants to create something that he can't continue to in lines so own that bore he appointed two of his close i had left i had left in january sixty seven and was publishing a newspaper new york newsday but he put on the cpb board two of his closest colleagues as he said to them i keep an eye on it for me me needed more let it get out of hand in start and turn on him but no he was like any other politician in in in in that respect and there were some a a few cases were apparently the white house his white house was was disturbed by some of the early reporting particularly in the watch at the watch episode out here and detroit riots and kerner commission but he never tried to put a heavy thumb on the scales nixon was opposite of that they were two different men although both were deeply flawed men and then the johnson was it was a deeply flawed man but he never wanted to extinguish what he had started nixon were the extinguish what johnson had started and he and patrick buchanan the files of their this is all in the record did they sat out because public broadcasting in was hiring some talent from commercial television reporters like sandy begnaud her and others beginning to do some controversial documentaries and buchanan patrick buchanan who was his communications director and richard nixon resented of vat enormous and they they did some terrible thing behind the scenes to try to punish.