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Liz Cheney says she won't resign after Wyoming censure
"Oyo Ming Republican Congresswoman Liz Cheney says she does not intend to resign after being censured by Wyoming Republicans over her vote to impeach Donald Trump appearing on Fox. Cheney suggests that that if she were in the Senate She would vote to convict Trump over his role in the capital insurrection. On January 6th. Cheney blasted her State Party for the century, noting that state Republicans embraced conspiracy theories such as the inaccurate blame the black lives matter and Antifa were behind the mob attack on the capital. And who brought trumps argument that the election was rigged. People have been lied to, uh, the extent to which the President President Trump for months leading up to January, 6th spread the notion that the election has been stolen or that the election was rigged. Um, but it was a lie, and people need to understand that we need to make sure that we as Republicans Are the party of truth and that we're being honest about what really did happen in 2020. So so we actually have a chance to win in 2022 when the White House back in 2024, Only eight of the 74 member Wyoming Republican Party Central Committee opposed Cheney censure Cheney is the third highest ranking member of the House Republican
"central committee" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"From ABC News. I'm Derek Dennis Relief in San Francisco after an Amber alert was issued late last night over a stolen minivan with two Children inside their father, Jeffrey Thing, says he was making a door dash delivery and briefly got out of his car with his hazard lights on in the car running. I was in there for less than a minute long enough for a thief to take off with the car and the chilled. Ring. But after several hours, San Francisco's police chief tweeted the Children were located and are safe. Crowds are gathering in the streets of Tampa ahead of Sunday's kickoff for Super Bowl 55. There are major concerns that traditional watch parties everywhere will become coronavirus super spreader events, the potential for a Super Bowl surge, threatening to unravel the nationwide progress We've seen with cases in hospitalizations finally coming down and the Certain stretch far beyond Florida. But the game typically drawing 100 million viewers, Health experts are warning about indoor gatherings everywhere. ABC is Trevor All former President Trump's Senate impeachment trial starts Tuesday over allegations he incited the capital insurrection. I've never had a presidential impeachment trial held after the president left office, and the other element of it is that we've never had a president who has been accused of insurrection. Against his and our own government. Residential historian Barbara Perry also, AH letter to Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer from one of Trump's lawyers asked that the trial be paused on Friday and observance of the Jewish Sabbath. Meantime, the Wyoming Republican Party has voted overwhelmingly to since your congresswoman Liz Cheney were voting to impeach the former president. 66 members out of the 74 in the state GOP Central Committee approved the censure, accusing Cheney of voting to impeach Trump without quote, a formal hearing or due process. You're listening to ABC news. Kalen is radio time is three or two. They're calling it covert dial 2.0 Loser requirements mean Metro area restaurants and businesses can increase capacity to 50% or 150. People dial two point no uses a seven day instead of a 14 day, metric or disease incidents level of community testing, which we call percent positivity. And hospitalizations. That's fuel. Hunsicker Ryan, head of Colorado's Department of health and Public environment. Under the new rules, counties in the Metro Denver area will move from level orange to level yellow. Ryan says the adjustments are possible because covert numbers air dropping in Colorado. The changes went into effect yesterday morning at nine o'clock. Stoney's Bar and Grill Downtown will have 150 patrons for the game later today, that's 50 more than we've been having in the past. We kind of want to take it a step at a time, although we're allowed to have more people in here. And 150. We want our clientele and gas to be able to feel safe While they enjoy the big game manager Brian says. They're keeping the limit at 10 people for table and they'll ask people to wear their masks if they leave their table. And Colorado's economy should recover losses suffered during the pandemic, but it's going to take awhile. We do think with the rollout of the vaccine, we will see leisure and hospitality. Start to really move upward nicely. Going to take years to get back to where it was before Richard Wabi kind with C U Boulders, Business School says Colorado's secretary of state's office released its latest quarterly jobs report on Friday, and it shows a spike and jobless claims in the fourth quarter of 2020. Reaching levels We haven't seen since April and May Our next news updated. 3 30. I'm Jodi Jordan on Kaylie News Radio. A 50 A M and 94 1 FM.
"central committee" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Sasse in Nebraska is pushing back against a fellow Republicans who want the state Party to formally censor him. Results. Book and criticism of former President Trump after the January 6 breach of the U. S. Capitol building in a YouTube video message, says said the anger and the State Party has never been about me violating principle or abandoning conservative policy. I'm one of the most conservative voters in the Senate. The anger has always been simply about me, not bending the knee. The one guy that Brodski Republican Party State Central Committee. He is expected to vote. February. The 13th The committee has censored SAS once before in March, 2016 after he leveled other criticism against then candidate Trump. Center from the party is essentially a public reprimand. Let's party activists voice their disapproval. Nebraska Republican executive Director said the party state Central Committee's action will be by membership vote. This is town hall dot com. Thousands of Arab citizens of Israel demonstrated Saturday to protest a rising crime way and what is seen is poor police protection in Israel's Arab community. The protests in the Arab town of Tamron northern Israel, came in the wake of the death of a 22 year old passer by was killed in a shootout between police and criminals after he walked out of his home. Protesters held white flag stained with blood and raised banners calling for the ending of widespread crime. Many accused police of failing to contain criminal gangs and other violence. The protest also closed the major highway for several hours before the demonstration ended in the late afternoon. Under rocks to reporting. The father of a Palestinian boy killed and it is ready Missile strike in 2014 expressed renewed hope for justice Saturday. After the International Criminal Court paved the way for possible war crimes probe into Israeli military actions. More of these stories at town hall dot com on Patrick Pause. Use extreme caution while driving on the roads early for your Sunday.
Wyoming Republican Party censures Cheney over Trump impeachment vote
"Republican Party voted overwhelmingly today. This day. The censure U. S representative Liz Cheney for voting to impeach former President Donald Trump. Only eight of the 74 members of the state GOP Central Committee. Stood toe oppose censure in a vote. That didn't proceed to a formal count. Center document accused Cheney of voting to impeach Even though the U. S house doesn't offer Trump Formal hearing or due process.
Party down: Vietnams Communist leaders meet
"Once every five years with much pomp and pageantry the bombs communist leadership convenes in a national party congress thirteenth. One again in the capital hanoi. This week the expectation is that there will be a raft of stamp policies and new party leaders john despite the country's relatively low kobe numbers and positive economic performance. The party's position outside. The national conference center is weaker than it seems at the national party congress. They discuss issues confronting vietnam. They set policy and they elect the central committee. Politburo and the four top jobs. Charlie mccann is our southeast asia correspondent among them the most powerful job in the country. That is the party. Secretary-general and what's the overall tone at the congress. This time around pretty self. Congratulatory parties had a good year. They've handled the pandemic pretty well. Had just over fifteen hundred cases and fewer than fifty deaths and the economy actually grew by three percent but there's still a lot of disquiet and the party and indeed in the public disquiet in the party in the form of some kind of opposition. There's no organized opposition. Nobody's going to supplant the communist party anytime soon and ever since the nineteen eighties. When the country embarked on the transition from a century planned economy to market one the party has state its legitimacy on rising incomes on his ability to increase prosperity. And it's done that over. Four decades vietnam has transformed from one of the poorest countries in the world to middle income manufacturing powerhouse. But if you look beyond. Those headline figures are causes for concern. The economy has been growing at about seven percent. The last several years and the economy needs to reach that level of growth to keep the labor market. It's not clear that it can do so however at the same time as you have this depressed. Economic growth inequality is rising and social mobility is declining. okay that's about formal opposition parties but you mentioned disquiet among the public as well. What's happening. They're vietnamese can't express their discontent through politics. Because opposition parties are banned but informal criticism is growing. There are a lot of vietnamese. Social media users about sixty five million out of a total population of one hundred million according to our social british firm as level of education has improved in the country and more and more people have access to the internet. they've been exposed to values that are antithetical to the communist paradise that the regime is trying to build these values like democracy and human rights and they can express views on social media and so it's that disquiet than in the public that's causing the disquiet in the party. I mean how is the house. The party dealt with that space for criticism harshly. They have cracked down over the past five years. They've arrested two hundred eighty people for quote anti-state activities up from sixty eight in the previous five year period instructed the serum press to scrub phrases like civil society and human rights from their pages and in the months leading up to the national congress. This crackdown has intensified earlier. This month day sentenced three freelance journalists famous for criticizing the government to between eleven and fifteen years in prison. It's a lot easier to shoot off an angry tweet or facebook post than it is to organize in vietnam where protest is technically illegal but actually there have been a lot of protests in real life over the last several years so in two thousand eighteen for instance tens of thousands of vietnamese took to the streets. Because they're angry about a proposed law that they were worried would allow chinese companies to lease special economic zones for a ninety nine years as a lot of anti chinese sentiment in vietnam. Because there's a lot of concern that chinese infringing on their offering sovereignty and the protests so violent angry there were clashes between the police and protesters. The government eventually abandoned this law so a good pandemic response and the economic growth. That comes with that somewhat offset by this discontent. What else is on party leaders minds. Ironically trade is going to be a worry as well and i say -ironically because trade is a is a massive driver of economic growth. It is through trade. That vietnam has been able to transform itself into manufacturing powerhouse and yet at the same time it gives its export markets leverage over the government. So for instance in order to get the eu to agree to free trade deal last year. Vietnam had to agree to abolish forced labor and allow the creation of independent labor unions which was a massive concession but surely concerns such as that aren't limited to the you know means the party officials have to think very carefully about their relations with both china its biggest trade partner and the us biggest export market. The trump administration came down really hard on vietnam labeled it. A currency manipulator late last year and trump has described vietnam quote. Almost a single worst abuser of everybody for that reason. So the party will be very keen to rebuild the relationship with the biden administration. But at the same time i can't be seen to cozy up too closely to the us for fear of offending china. With whom it has an incredibly important relationship you know. Shares ideology shares along land border and they have an important trade relationship you know. China is largest source of materials and equipment for vietnam manufacturing industry so that it's a tricky balancing act required of party officials to get that relationship right so whoever emerges from the congress secretary general. There won't be much time for celebrating. He's gonna have a lengthy to do list.
Longtime MD Senate President Mike Miller Resigns Seat, Citing Health
"After a career in the Annapolis statehouse that spanned nearly five decades. Maryland's former Senate president, Thomas Mike Miller, has resigned. The 78 year old state senator who served 33 years, a Senate president in Annapolis, Thomas, Mike Miller, announced in the letter. He's resigning from his Senate seat effective today. Miller said He made the move with tremendous sadness, but cited his health He's been dealing with prostate cancer in recent years and said he felt he couldn't meet the demands of another legislative session. Even during heated debates. Miller, a Democrat, often had the respect of Republican lawmakers, who sometimes grudgingly would say he made sure they were heard in the legislative process. Miller's seat one that covers parts of Prince George's. Calvert and Charles counties will remain vacant until the Democratic Central Committee's in all three counties send a recommendation to Governor Larry Hogan governor then gets to make the appointment. General Assembly will convene
North Korea’s Leader Had Big Economic Plans. He Admits They’ve Failed.
"Now to North care, North Korea, where the leadership is making a rare admission of falling short of its economic goals more from NPR's Anthony Kun. A statement Wednesday from the party's Central Committee, Frankly admitted that the goals in their five year economic plan remain on met and North Koreans living standards have not improved. Much. Leader Kim Jong UN said the shortfalls were due to inevitable challenges without mentioning international sanctions on the North. The statement also made no mention of stalled nuclear diplomacy with the U. S. The worker's party will draft a new five year plan into Congress next January, by which time they should have a clear picture of what administration they'll be dealing with in Washington.
North Korea’s Leader Had Big Economic Plans. He Admits They’ve Failed.
"North Korea, where the leadership is making a rare admission of falling short of its economic goals more from NPR's Anthony Kun. In a statement Wednesday from the party's central Committee, frankly admitted that the goals in their five year economic plan remain unmet and North Koreans living standards have not improved. Much. Leader Kim Jong UN said the shortfalls were due to inevitable challenges without mentioning international sanctions on the North. The statement also made no mention of stalled nuclear diplomacy with the U. S. The worker's party will draft a new five year plan into Congress next January, by which time they should have a clearer picture of what administration they'll be dealing with in Washington. Anthony Kun. NPR NEWS SOUL The Dow is
North Korea sets rare party meeting after economic struggles
"Party Congress in January, where leader Kim Jong UN will announce a new five year plan to develop the country's dismal economy. Plans were confirmed Wednesday during a meeting of the Workers Party's decision making Central Committee or Kim acknowledged economic shortcomings. News and
North Korea to hold key party meeting amid economic woes
"North Korea will open a high profile political conference on Wednesday to discuss unspecified crucial issues as it struggles to keep afloat sanctions that ravaged economy his father bytes antivirus efforts and devastating flooding the announcement of the meeting came as the United States and South Korea began their annual summertime military exercises which have been scaled down this year due to the corona virus pandemic the ruling party officials will discuss issues related to the economy and the party's organisational reforms it remains to be seen whether party leaders will address the stalemated nuclear negotiations with the United States during the last plenary meeting of the party's Central Committee in December north Korean leader Kim young woon expressed deep frustration over diplomacy with the trump administration I'm sorry I shockingly
Why has North Korea stopped talking to South Korea?
"We should probably acknowledge upfront. The North Korea throwing a massive tantrum about something or other is as shocking headlines. Go up there with Sun rises. The Democratic People's Republic is indeed readily imagine as a vast fortified Kat. It's missile launchers as angrily flung toys, its occupant, a child who's upbringing was rarely punctuated by the. None. So this week's announcement that north. Korea has abruptly severed all communications with South Korea may seem like no big deal. It may even be no big deal, and yes, these caveats are being inserted up the top, just in case North Korea just as abruptly decided to end it sulk while this explaining is still current. At issue? This time is the pretty long standing practice of defectors who have fled North Korea for. South Korea and activists sympathetic to them of drifting balloons across the inaccurately named demilitarized zone which separates the two countries. The balloons generally carry anti-regime messages, but also also born chocolate bars, US dollar notes and advertisements for the joys and benefits of treacherous, warm, mugging capitalist revisionism. She never. We have made a miniature version of the New Testament and we are sending these over by using balloons. Last year, we sent about sixty thousand copies disabled. We're going to send about seventy thousand copies. To. Don Those pudding recently that. To. In fairness to North Korea, which is not a phrase. One authors often. North Korea does have a case. If your neighbor continually floated blimps over your share fence, which scattered pamphlets declaring that you'll loan was tatty in your bird box was ugly. You'd likely scratch them off your Christmas card list as well. There's also the fact that until as recently as two thousand eighteen. South Korea operated immense banks of loudspeakers along the border which broadcast among other things deafening decibels of K pop into North Korea. In this specific context, the keeping of Kim Jong Hoon thumb off. The Big Red Button appears an active superhuman restraint. That aside, however North Korea has never been famous for its sense of proportion in much the same way that South Korea has never been famous for its non annoying pop music and Pyongyang's response to the balloon issue has been characteristically vituperative. Roden Sinmun the official newspaper of the Central Committee of the workers. Party of Korea and a journal which can be safely seemed to be accurately. Reflecting Pyongyang's thinking has called the balloon senders disgusting riffraff rubbish like Mongrel dogs and human scum has said that the tolerance of their behavior by South Korean authorities has aroused out dismay that one may have lost a few degrees of each and translation and menaced vote. showed them how much price they out to be forced to pay for hurting the holiest. And emotions of our people. There's yards more of this sort of stuff if you're a bit start for distraction. The practical implications of North Korea's latest strop as follows the twice daily calls to the Cross Board Liaison Office in the border city of case Song will cease. No more balling sniffling puppet of American imperial thuggery. How's IT hanging? The channels which allowed the military's of the two Koreas to communicate with each other will also be closed. These strategic upshot of all this from north. Korea's perspective is a little hard to glean. The balloon offensive is not new indeed has been going on for a while. North Korea is clearly choosing to make a thing of it, and as invariably the case with people prone to making a thing of things. If it wasn't this, it'd be something else. In this instance, the significant aspects may not be so much the what as the WHO, or whom whichever is correct, one of the signatures on the new no speaks policy. Was that of Kim Yo Jong increasingly prominent sister of Kim Jong UN, long thought of as a sort of executive assistant to her brother. These last few months have seen Commute Jong increasingly framed as a policymaker, and perhaps given the recurrent speculation about Kim Jong UN's health, they future leader North Korea may be trying to get North Koreans and the rest of the world used to her. And all this could be a pretty standard north. Korean play create. Crisis Demaim concession declare victory, and it's a standard play because it works in diplomacy is in life, the reasonable often defer to the unreasonable as long as it will persuade them to shut up. South Korea has already and with an
Feminists: Huda Sha'arawi
"Let's talk about who Shar rally. Who was born in eighteen seventy nine in Upper Egypt? She came from an affluent family. Her father was a wealthy Egypt. Noble who spent her childhood in an Egyptian Harem which kept women secluded and veiled the Harem system required women to live in their own private quarters separate an isolated for men. Many women within the HAREM system were denied access to education but who was educated early in life alongside her brothers. She learned Turkish Arabic and literature from private tutors. Who grew older? Her resentment increased. She wrote years later about the bitterness. She felt as a young girl. I became depressed and began to neglect my studies hating being girl because it kept me from the education I saw later being a female became a barrier between me and the freedom for which I earned at the onset of puberty who does no longer allowed to be seen by the sons of her family friends which she described as a painful experience. She noticed great attention that was paid to her brother which resulted in jealousy despite her envy. Who and her brother had a loving relationship and he later stood by her side while she fought against gender injustice at the age of Thirteen. Huda MARRIED HER COUSIN. A man forty years her senior. Who Does father pressure her into marriage insisting that her refusal would bring shame to the family. File Huta reluctantly agreed. Soon after she separated from her husband for seven years during this time Huda prioritized her independence diving back into her studies and venturing into activism. Huda wrote in her memoir. I intend to vocalise my pain and start a revolution for the silent women who faced centuries of oppression in her early adulthood who to begin organizing lectures bringing many women into public places for the first time in nineteen. Oh eight who founded the first Philanthropic Society run by Egyptian women which offered medical services for poor women and children who believed women run service? Projects challenged the view that women needed protection as a wealthy woman who to believe that the rich could solve the problems of the poor through charitable activities in nineteen. Ten Huda opened a school for Young Women. She focused on academics rather than the domestic skills that were typically taught to women at the time during the early twentieth century. The fight for women's rights gained momentum around the world in nineteen nineteen after World War. One many Egyptian women protested against British rule in Egypt and sought to use the national struggle to Harem practices. Who to let the masses in an effort that ultimately became known as the Egyptian Revolution of Nineteen Nineteen in nineteen twenty following the protests who was elected as the first president of the Waft Women's Central Committee a political body founded by Egyptian women three years later in nineteen twenty-three after returning to Egypt from a conference in Europe Huda threw off her veil outside the Cairo train station. She encouraged other women to follow suit and this became one of the first public rejection of the veil in Egypt soon thereafter who founded the Egyptian Feminist Union which sought to reform laws that restricted women for personal freedoms who to remain president of the Egyptian Feminist Union until her death in nineteen forty seven organizing and leading the fight for women's rights. In the new Egypt she died at the age of Sixty Huda reflected on her. Life's mission in her memoir. She said I believe that history repeats itself and for that reason. I am indebted to my namesake Huda Al-Shaarawi Egyptian feminist and the first woman in the Middle East who called for female
"central committee" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Another nine years this report is being compiled by module but no losing within twenty four hours of the warning by the United States but the build up of Soviet troops and military equipment in Afghanistan the reports so far I'm concerned that there's been a coup d'etat according to the official Iranian news agency radio station Afghan capital Kabul what this afternoon president Hafizullah meat and been overthrown and the new prime minister had been installed it also said that a curfew had been posed the radio was playing martial music sure so for single one was a young producer at Afghan national reach you at the time this is his story sure thing can happen by then but up to three inches after a normal working day at six PM I was about to leave the office when I went to get my coat he was a very cold day there's lots of snow outside as I was leaving the camera van pulled up outside the office and the common cold month and this produces city I don't I'm always very scattered he said I've seen something really strange I wasn't happy with the quality of some of my filming so I'd come back to the palace to film into the shop but when I got there the guard outside said go away don't worry about your video it doesn't matter I said but we can't use it for the news politics flickering then I just need another quick shots then the guard slapped me in the face and said go away did you see what's happening almost at the same moment I realized that a member of the Central Committee was falling down the stairs outside the building he was unconscious now protested and said what's going on the guard said all the members of the Central Committee of being poisoned there is a serious situation here just leave the Afghan president Hafizullah Amin had organized a luncheon to show party members the touch big palace which he had just moved into during the meal I mean and several of his guests lost consciousness they had been poisoned as part of a coup backed by Afghanistan's must've neighbor the Soviet Union the Soviets were concerned that prison have he's a lot I mean was leaning twisty USA rather than the use of solar and they had decided to take action first name for if you love thank you had listed I went back inside to the technicians office and also shut down I had a gunshot really close by a drop straight to the floor the technician said let's go down to the studio our radio studio was on the ground as we were going downstairs a huge artillery barrage started with shells hitting a building like how the radio station and the TV station and the Taj bank palace old under attack this was supposed to be a full dress with rules a strong enough to withstand artillery fire but just after seven in the evening after penalizing the Afghan military command the Soviet forces started firing on it meanwhile show somewhere some good one was still in the region station in your possession of the new justice yes ma'am I do not fight with them as they were about five or six people inside the underground studio then all of a sudden two people brocade I didn't recognize either of them one of them was wearing a Russian hats and glasses and I thought they might be Russians will some sort of foreigners one of them approach me and said in Farsi what is your name and I said I am shut the water sungard while and he said I am watching John the man with him was a Russian Mohammed a somewhat on jar was an important Afghan general and politician but the weapons are matter with kids from a billion I Micah sit tight and Watson John asked me to get some patriotic and revolutionary songs I went to the archive and brought the patriotic songs and started playing.
"central committee" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Way and that is if you know how to read their their statements when they say congratulations from the Central Committee of the workers party of Korea on the spot it means that Kim Jong un was there and he said Hey Stoneleigh burn Bros awesome rocket engine what what they're saying is that if the last night our time actually no way earlier I'm at ten forty one two ten forty eight four seven minutes or are as it turned out exactly four hundred twenty seconds four twenty V. north Koreans tested a an engine that may be a little different than the one they tested last week time in may last we may have been a pretest here's a couple take aways you recall a couple weeks ago the north Koreans said that we were going to have a Christmas present they're gonna deliver a Christmas present I'm going to be some shocking event that was going to remind us and trump that North Korea is not just nuclear they're really nuclear and that they're still out there and that they want to be recognized and and continue those talks and that they miss them and they want to do a new talking the whole thing so that that was a couple weeks ago this is leading up to something because they know that we're not gonna be we're not breaking in David Muir is not leaning forward even more on the desk of ABC world news tonight because of an engine test but another take away here is that the north Koreans in this this is one very practical reason to take the phone away from from is that the north Koreans hold him to what he tweets okay and two years ago he said you pretty much thank me now because North Korea no longer a nuclear threat and then he announced and no one knows why he did but he announced at this very facility the so Hey satellite launch facility and test facility was closed and disassembled I no one knows where he got that absolutely no one knows who told no one told him that is the reason is because it wasn't disassemble it wasn't close Kim Jong un just simply said something like will hold off on using it for a couple months and by the time I don't think played telephone or whatever by the time I got to trump's thumbs it was that the so hate satellite launch facility was not disclosed but it was disassembled won't know it's still there it's there on every open source satellite you can look at on being on Google on on every commercial the the there's like there's commercial satellite companies that do a pass like every forty eight hours and sometimes they adjust the orbit so that it is so once a day or three times or four times a day so we watch this progress from from different angles it's not close and the significance of a burn a main engine rocket engine burn of four hundred twenty seconds is that that is sufficient to boost I'm in in boost phase two to get your rocket.
North Korea conducts 'important test' at once-dismantled launch site
"North Korea says it's carried out a very important tested its long range rocket launch site that reportedly rebuild after having partially dismantled it would enter denuclearization talks of the U. S. last year the north Korean central news agency says the test was conducted yesterday afternoon as the result of the test was reported to the Central Committee of the ruling workers party the report did not say what the test was about the U. when bands North Korea from launching satellites because it's seen as a test of long range missile technology an analyst at Seoul's institute for far eastern studies at North Korea likely tested for the first time a solid fuel engine for an intercontinental
Prime Minister, Boris Johnson And Prime Minister Gordon Brown discussed on Hugh Hewitt
"Let me catch up on the British election understand that the special relationship matters to us a lot Great Britain has nuclear power. They have gone to war with us everywhere we've ever gone to war, South Korea. Vietnam. Afghanistan iraq. The Brits have been there, right with their nuclear power. They're rebuilding aircraft cares to jump jets. They're buying new thirty five. See, I believe they are important. We want them to leave the European Union. I do. I believe they could be. They could regain their past glory. As a trading company has it trading country opened a deal that everyone unburdened by the bureaucracy out of the European Union? And they put the question to the people three years ago. David Cameron won a majority government on the promise to have a referendum on whether or not to stay in the European Union and the people of Great Britain, voted, very healthy margin four or five percent four percent fifty to forty eight leave leave everyone in the country knew it was being talked about, like the vote for two thousand sixteen Hillary or Trump Trump won the constitutional majority. He didn't win the popular vote. I know that he won the constitutional majority of the way we've elected president since the framing of the constitution, and so Great Britain matters a lot to us. They've had great prime ministers, like Mattie Thatcher. They've had terrible. Prime Minister Gordon Brown. They've had good prime ministers. Tony blair. They've had week prime ministers. Theresa May have had funny prime ministers like the MAC. Mcmillan. They've had Wilson that all sorts of he was terrible. We need a good one right now. Theresa May has been terrible and feckless and they're not out of the peon union yet. So number of conservatives the way that it works over there as prime minister resigns as Theresa May has as the leader of her party. She remains the caretaker, prime minister and the party election, a leader who will in turn be elected that prime minister by the members of parliament. Well, how does a party with one hundred forty thousand card carrying members? I mean, these are the people really work the hustings these central committee people. These are the people who are delegates, you know, the equivalent to delegates at the Republican national convention, the democratic national convention. They are the party. How do those one hundred and forty thousand people pick a party leader interns, becomes the prime minister, will they vote? But there are a dozen. It's like the democratic primary, there it doesn't a fifteen different members of the Tory party who want to be prime minister, and they've all put out their hands. And they've said they wanted to be and they divide into two. Categories beginning, those who were leaving when Brexit was on the ballot and those who were for remaining when breakfast Brexit was on the ballot three years ago. Theresa May was a remainder. Never made a liquor sense to me that she should be the prime minister after David Cameron resigned and he resigned because he said, I was the remainder. I don't think I can leave a government that is committed to leaving and so pick a new prime minister and they did they pick threes. I mean, she she persuaded her colleagues that she ought to be it. She made Boris Johnson or foreign secretary Boris Johnson led the leave campaign with one principal deputy guiding Michael gov. Who doesn't look the part, but he's very smart also believed to be very slippery. So Boris Johnson police to be very Radic and a lot of fun. And former mayor of London, and a powerful personality says, I'm going to become the next prime minister, I'm going to stand, Michael g-o-v, who wants supported Boris Johnson for prime minister then stabbed him in the back fairly famous move and British parliament parliamentary politics and went over to Theresa May wants to be prime minister, one, other major lever wants to be prime minister Dominic Robb, so there are two lever three levers running Boris. G-o-v and Ron. Two of those three say come October thirty one we are leaving deal or no deal. Michael go says we can't leave without a deal. Michael go minute over the weekend based upon reports of a biography about the come out about him. He was something of a cocaine guy back in the day when he was a journalist. I don't know many journalists back in the day, who worked cocaine guys. But then again, I wasn't around London much. I'd have to ask Mark Stein about that. So Mike go by the way, we don't allow admitted cocaine users enter the United States. So it's gonna be tough to become the prime minister if you're we bought Brits before who, don't who had cocaine problems from coming in the United States. We don't want cocaine in the United States. And so he says he's reformed in a lot of time. We'll see how that plays out, but he's daddy that one's done. So from the leave side, there are Dominic Robb, and Boris Johnson. Over on the leave with a deal side, these are the remains who got religion. They stayed in the government. They didn't quit like David Cameron. They didn't fail like Theresa May. They say they can deliver deal to get us out. They want to lead the conservatives into the next election. They want to be the prime minister. There are a lot of the number one is a guy named Jeremy hunt. If you sent out the central casting, and you asked, please send us your very best central casting candidate for prime minister of Great Britain. They would send you back Jeremy hunt. I mean had in the pocket the whole prince of Wales handsome. He's smart. He's articulate president, like him and Boris Joe Boris. Johnson nickname is the rambling wreck from Georgia Tech goodness, the guy hasn't been to Barbara who's competent and a hundred years. And that's part of his charm. It's just kind of disheveled. Birdie Worcester character. And if you don't birdie Worcester is I can't tell you character from fiction. PG Wodehouse anyway. So Joe is going to what the way you get. The two is that all the members of parliament who are conservatives. And I think parliament's three hundred and thirty that got just under half. So what's that add up to one hundred? Seventy one hundred sixty different people hundred sixty members of parliament vote in a series of rounds. They call them crowns and the rounds are where. You've got to get at least fifteen percent of the hundred sixty which would be nine or ten for around one or you don't get to go around to, and then got ten people. They vote again, with one hundred sixty people and the one with the least votes drops off. And so you can give your buddy of I could be nominated for prime minister. So I would encourage if you're listening in Great Britain, I'd like to be on one of those ballots. Throw one my way, members of Parliament, I, I can't serve if nominated I cannot run if elected I cannot serve because I'm a proud American but, you know be fun at any of it. They get down to nine then, again, they get down to eight they get down to seven. They get down to six five four three two and then some people drop out, eventually, they get to, to get to a finalist and a semi-finalist to people, the person with the most votes parliament and the second most votes doesn't matter what order they in. That's the ballot that goes to the hundred and forty thousand. Electors. Hundred and forty thousand members of parliament. So if you get seventy thousand and one year the next prime minister Boris Johnson is heavily favored. I mean I should look up Ladbrokes. There's a. Betting house right in Ladbrokes online betting you can't use it till legal in the United States. But Ladbrokes always has a, a political thing broke prime minister. Let's see where the odds are this morning. I think for Johnson is the prohibitive favorite. But, but you never know until you actually find Ladbrokes in prime minister because they are constantly changing, and there's a big they call them big beasts. Big players. Michael Hesseltine, John Major people have been former prime minister and defence ministers and stuff like that. Right now. Boris Johnson is a five to four favorite. To become the next Tory leader. And that's prime minister Dominic Robb is a four to one favorite. Andrea lead sin is a ten to one favorite Andrea led. Some though, who's a lever remaining, excuse me. She's a remainder. Andrea, led some picks up no. No support this morning. Michael go visit tend to one. Jeremy hunt is at twelve to one and Peggy more. Dan, is it twenty to one saw Javi is at twenty two one. Those are really the only potentials when Jeremy hunt picked up, amber Rudd today, who was herself a sixty six to one player he'll go up. I think when they published the next odds, it'll be Johnson. Rob led some and hunt and it may be Johnson hunt, because the people don't really wanna leave. The people who are really remains at heart who think this is stupid, and I don't think it's stupid. I'm for them people vote. You got to do it people vote, they're all going to rally around someone. The idea is to the final round Dominic Robb just wants to get to the final round because he thinks. That the remains will prefer him to Boris and the contest is underway, and it's going to be wrapped up by July the contest is underway, and the vetting is the market is open, go back. And, you know if you're if it's legal, if you're in Great Britain, you can go bet. But I, I gotta tell you, I do not believe it makes sense to put a nother remainder in his and I'm very impressed with Jeremy hot. So is the president. I just don't think it makes a lick of sense to nominate someone for job when they were opposed to Brexit. I really really don't the timetable, by the way. For the election. I was looking at the guardian new rule one hundred sixty thousand conservative members and they will they will be casting their ballots, the week beginning July twenty second. So we are a good eight weeks away. And I'll bring you up dates on this. But you can get familiar with the names Boris Johnson Jeremy hunt. Dominic Robb Andrea led. Some, those are the ones you need to know. Michael go with the cocaine problem
"central committee" Discussed on World News Analysis
"China's central committee decided at a meeting Monday. It also said that the integrated development of the Yancey redoubt orgin must focus on the key elements of greater integration and high quality development to lead the gross at the whole onto river ignominy belt and East China, the meeting the meeting caught for better awareness of integrated development and putting virgins gross into the perspective of a unified strategy as well last development of a mordant economic system for more on those Sierras Xiaoyang was earlier joined by John gone, professor was university of international business and economics and Andy moc non resident fellow at the center for China and globalization. So Andy, first of all the delta region include Shanghai, and Jiangsu Jauzion and outweigh provinces. It's also accounted for around one force of the nation's total GDP. So what do you think is the feature of this region? The why is the economy? Economy of this region so much full of dynamism. Well, no, that's right. All it really is one of the most dynamic regions in China. So you mentioned it's about quarter of China's GDP it's about two point two trillion US dollars, which puts it between Italy and France, so on its own it would be considered A G seven country, you know, but that's only looking at it from today. But if we step back, I think it helps her audience understand. You're just exactly why the youngster river delta is so important. So first of all so the young river is the third longest in the world sixteen three hundred kilometers after the Nile the Amazon, it's the world's busiest inland waterway over seven hundred tributaries. So that in and of itself, I think should give one a sense of just how important area it is something like. Hundred billion people population wise, but what's even more interesting is why it's such a growth engine is when Disney was looking at setting up their theme park in China it shows Shanghai because within at one hour train ride. There are three hundred million people, which is almost the population of the United States. So I think that really just shows just how important this region is and just how much economic powered has at John A you are from this region. So tell us what do you think is the feature or regional feeder of the economy of this area? Well, this is very economic. In terms of manufacturing as well. As directing bashing the corridor between nine gene and Shanghai is probably the world's most traveled moot. There are so many trains running between these two cities, and so many cities medium size cities, like Souto, wishy consign- and town so to jail, you know. You know, this is a a cascade of cities, very, vibrant ply- developing things, you know, and most of the and also note, I most of the business in that region, private companies and also pulling companies one son is self probably is the most famous city. Tim's of my -tracting point track. Investments off electron IX based stuff is happening in that area. Is a matter of fact, Duke University has a campus nece quick UK decay us at you pre university. So it shows that it's a it's a very violent area. And but but but the thing is that most of develop as I see is between nineteen and shell hot. And I think in this plan that we've been talking about so incapacitates other areas particularly products that several cities along the young river in the products that are relatively nested. They're also very developed. Compared to the cities in Johnson province. There lasted up. I think this this strategic plan coastal for the degration of athlete province that part of we promised to be integrated more integrated into young t riverdell Terry, and Andy, so what do you think is the Shanghai's role in this regional integration Shanghai, of course, traditional as China's opening up window of financial center. And is the also has the first China pilot freightways on right? Yes. No. I think it it really is the the center and the largest city in in the region. It also happens to be one of the most densely populated cities as well. With almost three thousand people per square kilometer one thing I wanted to add on mentioned on the what's very interesting is that there's lots of the stork reasons..
"central committee" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Found in the central committee archives of the Soviet Union. And that would have been when they first started opening the archives when Boris Yeltsin became president after Gorbachev resigned late nineteen ninety one and a document was found it was it says committee on state security of the USSR across the top, which is KGB and the authors victory Chebrov who was the head of the KGB and he's writing to your Android Pov who's the head of the Soviet Union. So right here. Okay. You've got you've got a document with the two top people in the USSR Chebrov head of the KGB to the head of the Soviet Union. Urea drop off and the subject has a special importance regarding Senator Kennedy's request to general secretary, Andropov. So right there. That doesn't grab your attention. I don't know what does. And it says in the first paragraph that are nine ten of this year. This have been may nineteen Eighty-three. Kennedy confidante. John tiny who had been the California Democratic Senator. And he wasn't Senator at that point. But he had been friends with Kennedy old old law school classmates. And they said that he was there on behalf of Senator Kennedy making a request to to the Soviets. So he went to the Kremlin. Went to the Kremlin. But he was he was in Moscow. And he was definitely a Moscow on on behalf of Ted Kennedy before you say, what's in the document. This was found in the archives. Nineteen one nine hundred ninety two. It was first reported by the London Times in February second nineteen ninety two. And I assume the American media picked up on the news networks ran with it. The budding cable networks brand with it and my right? Absolutely. They did not they didn't they didn't. They didn't touch it into a single thing with it. Nothing. Nothing. I've tried to make my FOX show which is only one hour once a week late at night on Sunday slot that we want to ten PM eastern seven PM Pacific different in some ways. Compelling in every way. It's the only long form interview interview show with one guest rarely to on all of cable today. And the guests different kinds of people all walks of life. Summer intellectuals and scholars and professors, others are athletes people you've seen on TV. If I think they have something interesting to contribute. To your evening or even to society. Generally, I wanna have them on the program. And I'm keeping a list of people who have turned us down. I think you'll find that interesting one day. Because they don't wanna talk to me. So professor, Paul Ken gore has been focused on many subjects, but this in particular for very long time and given all the talk about Russia, and the fact that despite all the talk and all the print. There's never any context provided. I wanted to provide context, and so this is the show I on FOX, you lose interest in this show over the course of the next twelve months, I'll stop doing it. I don't do TV to be on TV. I don't do radio to be on radio. I don't do digital TV to be on digital TV. I don't write books to see my name on book covers. I don't know. It's in my DNA was handed down for my father and mother, I'm about liberty individual liberty. I've never liked being bullied. I've never liked being dictated to. And I've always resisted it. Whether it's an individual a group of individuals or a government. The constitution as ours. The history of this country is ours. Free market capitalism is RS and nobody has a right to take it away. I don't care if they're talking about redistributing wealth, populism socialism, Marxism. What's right is? Right. And what's wrong is wrong? And that's the bottom line. When I grow up I used to watch shows like firing line or even shows where I didn't even care for the host. But where people commonly directly talk to each other about what's going on. We've tried on multiple occasions, ladies and gentlemen, get leading liberals. They'll go everywhere. But on my show. Whether they're intellectuals or politicians. Leave reached out repeatedly. We've also reached out to numerous Republicans. With whom I have serious disagreements. But whom I've promised to treat with respect. But they will not come on the program because they fear that will ruin their careers. So I do have to figure out how to overcome these things and we do our best. But again, we have people from all walks of life. Very interesting. This coming Sunday. We're probably going to have Curt Schilling on. Curt Schilling is fascinating to me. He should be in the hall of fame. But he's not the hall of fame. He was.
"central committee" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Twenty nine minutes after two o'clock eighty five degrees here in the state capital get rain later today there are some cells around keep an eye on it jamie good afternoon how jamie callback we lost jamie jamie called back if you have like four to four twelve sixty there is a new candidate speaking of politics there is a new candidate for secretary of state was chosen in a secret ballot by the republican party state central committee is dave is gavin clarkson if you fall apart politics state politics you've heard about gavin before he's from las cruces area he worked in the trump administration as a deputy assistant secretary in the us interior department chosen by the republican party central committee secret ballot gavin clarkson to run against maggie to lose oliver for secretary state what happened to the other candidate that was hannah cox a lawyer who was going to be on the ballot but she dropped out last month she said more time with the family but in fact she had mounting legal problems lawsuits accusing her of legal malpractice so she dropped out so the gop has tapped gavin clarkson he did work assistant secretary deputy secretary interior department for the trump administration resign late last year after the interior department inspector general released a report critical of his program he ran a tribal loan program that he had run critical report on his program he is in the role member of the choctaw nation he also is filed a lawsuit against new mexico state saying he was wrongfully terminated for new mexico state he was unfairly fired as an associate professor in the college of business when he started his congressional campaign suit alleged racial and religious discrimination heels a bachelors and masters degree from rice both the doctorate in business and law degree from harvard he's got some ground to make up maggie to lose oliver the democrat and there's a libertarian and this which is former legislators sandra jeff so he's got some ground make up and he's got some he's he's got a little he's got some baggage he's gotta pull along in terms of his past business and political dealings buddies in the race he'll be on the ballot come november gavin clark thirty two minutes we'll.
No. 2 House Democrat Hoyer hospitalized with pneumonia
"With the news at seven thirty one a spokeswoman says democrat u s representative steny hoyer of maryland is being treated at a washington hospital for pneumonia but is expected to recover quickly a spokeswoman said yesterday that the congressman was being treated with antibiotics and resting after being admitted to the george washington university ospital the seventy nine year old hoyer was diagnosed with pneumococcal pneumonia the widow of longtime maryland delegate who died last month has been tapped to serve the rest of his term anna rondo county democrats central committee nominated alice sophocles to fill the vacancy left after the death of her husband ted sophocles governor larry hogan we'll have up to thirty days to approve that choice the man charged with murdering a counter protester with his car during last year's rally in charlottesville virginia now heads the federal court to face more charges fox's eban brown reports james alex fields has already been charged with killing heather heyer last august when he drove his car allegedly intentionally into a crowd of people protesting against the presence of white supremacists rallying to stop removals of confederate monuments in charlottesville virginia but now fields will face a federal judge on thirty federal charges that he violated the civil rights of the young woman he killed among others those federal crimes alone could land fields on death row eban brown fox news.
"central committee" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"Pursuing economic development and nuclear weapons that decision was adopted by the central committee so it does take on a very important policy role within the system in legitimizing and cemented those policies so by sending an individual that comes from that part of the system us interlocutors should expect that they're dealing with someone serious who has and as well plugged in to leadership at the highest levels in north korea andrew i wonder though that being said ultimately if we look at the cult of personality so man pyongyang occupationally in the oval office presently is broadly going to remain fairly relevant ultimately what matters is whether became himself and trump wants to get this thing done or is that just slightly misrepresent the the the background here i think that is right but make no mistake about it both trump and kim are sending people for these preparatory meetings at that they are known to trust and have confidence in for the us that's secretary of state pompeo for north korea that is individuals like viceforeign minister chou who is engaging in discussions in singapore and kim yong toll from the central committee so there is a certain importance around who is is doing the groundwork here for any meeting between the leaders engage under good with you thanks for your time as well as those andrea boga joining us here on the briefing.
Russian journalist shot and killed in Ukrainian capital
"The good wednesday morning america's first news continues on this thirtieth day of may six minutes past the hour a top north korean officials heading to new york for talks aimed at salvaging a summit between kim jong un and president donald trump on the future of the north's nuclear program it's the highest level mission for the north to the us in eighteen years kim yong chore will meet with secretary of state might peyot kim one of the north korea's leaders most trusted aides is a former military intelligence chief and now a vice chair of the ruling party's central committee a russian journalist harshly critical of the kremlin is dead shot and killed in the ukrainian capital tuesday national police say they're assuming he was targeted because of his work ukranian police said arcadi about chant goes wife found him bleeding at their apartment in kiev and called an ambulance but about chingkuo died on the way to the hospital police said he had been shot in the back multiple times the committee to protect journalists in new york said on twitter that ukrainian authorities should conduct a swift and thorough investigation into above chant goes murder missouri governor eric writing says he's resigning after months of what he calls a legal a what he calls legal harassment republican governor made the startling announcement tuesday he will.
Graduate Student, Israel and Gaza discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather
"The guy ran off wbz tv spoke to a number of students including graduate student andrea leeann tweeden lives in a city and it's really unfortunate and sometimes it happens but i wouldn't say that i feel i feel unsafe for that like wanna lock my door faster when i get home police are still searching for the suspect meantime reminding students to lock their doors and windows carl stevens wbz newsradio ten thirty in other news now south korean media reporting a top north korean official is headed to the us tomorrow correspondent zephyr has more the highest level north korean official to visit the united states since two thousand kim young chill who was vice chairman of the workers party central committee he is expected in the united states on wednesday these meetings continue to be the preliminaries for any type of summit also another north korean official kim jong owns chief of staff is headed to singapore to meet with the us delegation there to go over logistics for that possible some of his well this comes despite president trump's letter last week calling off the talks the israeli military says shells have been fired from the gaza strip toward communities in south in israel israeli officials say no one was hurt as most of the twenty five mortar shells were intercepted by their defense system but claim one of the shells landed near a kindergarten shortly before it opened if the report is confirmed it would be the largest single barrage fired since two thousand fourteen israel hamas war a violent holiday weekend in chicago at least thirty people were shot in the city six of those were fatal one strangulation death was also reported despite officials adding more than a thousand extra officers to patrol the streets chicago saw one of his most violent memorial day weekends in years several of those shootings happened within a few hours of each other saturday night a chicago police sergeant was grazed by a bullet today starbucks is closing more than eight thousand stores for an afternoon of antibias training a strategy some believe can keep racism obey we're here to make starbucks a place where everyone everyone feels welcome and common one of our guides will help folks start exploring their.
Family plans autopsy for black man shot by Sacramento police
"The loans from citigroup and the equity firm apollo globe management after executives from the companies with kushner in the white house well the lawyer for the family of stefan clocks or twenty times by sacramento police says he's launching an independent investigation into the twenty two year olds death attorney benjamin crump who also represented the families of trayvon martin and michael brown says since two thousand fifteen more than seventy black men unarmed have been killed by police all too often a pattern in america police say they began chasing clark because they believed he was vandalizing cars in the neighborhood they chased him into his grandparents backyard where they thought he had a gun he opened fire criticism and questions are also coming because police muted those body cameras after the shooting a lawsuit against the city has not yet been announced but trump and supporters of clark's family are calling on the officers to face charges i'm jim roope virginia's republican party has kicked out a leader who posted a facebook comment that indicated he wouldn't vote for jewish candidate pretty burger was voted off the state central committee over the weekend after his come at last month suggested only christians were fit to run.
"central committee" Discussed on X96
"The utah republican party's estate central committee saying gop candidates must go to party convention to get on the ballot or they're out so right now a candidate can get on the ballot what a while they can do it two ways and some measures like governor herbert did last election cycle he did it to ways he gathered a required number of signatures so that he could get on the ballot but he also went to the convention where uh the people nominee him there and it's the very very conservative people who get there and pick the candidate to be on the ballot and they do secret votes of the attendees at the at the convention of all the count my vote right off his about so juggler is is totally ignoring that be say the if you want be a on the republican party ballot you have to come to the convention juggler coauthored that rule it runs counter to state law still although senate bill uh 54 the cow my both thing is still being contested that gives the republicans the option to win were placed second at the convention or collect signatures governor herbert said his dismayed by his party's move because the he's that i mean with technically governor herbert is the head of the republican party answer yeah and he said i i don't know why were doing this i don't think it's fair to change the rules in the middle of the game he said and he's right of rule changes aimed at in drawing a lawsuit to the courts to decide once and for all whether the party can just sad to say we still want to have the conventions where do we have to or do we have to bend to the will of the people yeah well the will of the people of the republican party it's a i can't say a small portion of them there are like really conservative yeah i it's not a small portion of the of them as it it's like half of its where i don't know what the percentages fairly sizeable in may control the convention she was so the.
"central committee" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Report cornered rat we have made at the democratic national committee and i want to commend the chairman garrelts luck but taken up these recommendations the entire dnc executive committee and my form office this but i wanna said one thing jeff bullwork obama helped us to clean up that that along with hillary clinton and dubai than michelle obama minute beating other we did inherit the deaths from the 2012 cycle and the 2014 cycle thought of accumulated than what i didn't know it was that uh we had so many people on the payroll that we had that this reduce the budget is five basically cutting back on things and will need but you said traditionally was jubilant you've been around the block a few times worked on presence campaigns of course most famous of the two thousand campaign of al gore you know that after presidential campaign dnc the central committee usually lacey block debbie wasserman schultz chose not to do that she continued that staff with all those expenses including opd barack obama's political consultants and pollsters right up through 2016 w again who was watching the store here a somebody was leap at the wheel what bothers me is the unpaid tier of the national party i did not accept the foul uh we've that i had to exist learn to consult until the end of the year cut back on his wife is that could it unless the party with two down fast and look i love the democratic party but no above anything when it comes to politics our politics must be going with which we think tank when are called and if we do share of responsibilities with everyone else what kinda get step we're accruing it how do.
"central committee" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Politically defeated opponent and that's what's happening in hawaii and seattle san francisco take your pick of liberal bastions they are all suing trump president trump to block him from doing his presidential duties which is you know implement and enforce immigration policy but we will talk about that here in a little bit in the 5 o'clock hour the alaska republican party chaired tech remain by babcock will be calling into the show tucker men's gonna cannot give us an update over the weekend the republican party central committee met and there was a policy that came out we're hearing war there was some discussion that came out of that meeting in which the revelation is coming that the gop she is poised to block three republicans from running as republicans yes it we're talking about the moscow talks coalition as they as they named themselves so alas tuckerman would that's all about what it means what potentials are in with pitfalls may be so that'll be in the 5 o'clock hour and that we have a number of stories that we wanna cover for you we'll get into those here in just a little bit i'll give you a few different updates on crime that has happened goodness i have so many good source i don't even know where to start a let's start with a sad one just get that out of the way i hate these stories here we go the adn is reporting that there's been a body found in jim creek alaska sate trooper said they are investigating the discovery of a body saturday in butte sugars receive notification of a dead person in the gym creek area just before three thirty p m on saturday according to megan peters the spokeswoman for the alaska say troopers the body was transfer the transported to the state medical examiner's office in anchorage peter said monday there was no indifferent additional information available the trail to jim creek is a popular recreation destination in is near neighborhoods off solve and in butte the areas known as the party spot in summer and his frequent search location for missing people again we don't have.
"central committee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Prominent historical person groped her and that a former senator acted inappropriate toward her but she will not reveal the names there are women across the country restaurant or a curse tipped waitresses factory floor ars firms corporations so i don't know woman that doesn't have a story yeah she says attitudes in it'd be change for men and women and cannot be tolerated some bob ways ruling party now saying president mugabe must resign by noon monday or impeachment proceedings will start the party secretary of legal affairs patrick chinamasa before the one party and going home yeah and the the central committee will replace them with a recently fired vice president emerson montaguard president mugabe is given a long speech in one on which he thought that he might resign over the weekend but nope we care of be guided by bitterness oh veins furnace the party also recalling of first lady grace mugabe ahead of the women's league china's laid out threepoint plan to help ease the rogue in a crisis in bangladesh ceasefire the second stage would have all parties encourage an exchange between me and more in bangladesh the third to have the international community step up and help development in the rick hieb global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries in san francisco i'm ed baxter this is bloomberg binds her all right thanks very much our first guest of this hour is steven innis senior fx trader at a wanda he trades for the asiapacific stephen by so what we seen here in the past three weeks or so is uh quite a bit of dollar weakness and yen's strength and then this morning we saw the euro drop about half a percent against the dollar on the politics in germany do you sense a lot of conviction or any conviction in these trades or will we.
"central committee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Bloomberg 960 newsroom quite an extraordinary television appearance projo everybody thought will get their has second everybody thought he was going to resign they racial or impeachment if he does not resign proceedings were start a party secretary legal affairs patrick chinamasa before the party that moment now the central committee will replace him with recently vicepresident gaga now i'm sorry but gagua who is a president mugabe is giving a long speech which is a what rich was talking about one which was thought that he would resign on no we can be guided by bitterness they fullness yeah the party also recalling first lady grace mugabe ahead of the women's league china laid out a threepoint plan to help ease the rohingya crisis in bangladesh ceasefire the skin stage would have all the parties encourage an exchange between me and maher and bangladesh the third to have the international community step up and help development and the recai and us president trump says he should have left three ucla basketball players accused of shoplifting in china in jail trump tweet in reaction to live our uh one of the players fathers response when espn question regarding trump's ball said who what was over there forward don't tell me nothin' everybody wants to make it seemed like he helped me and major focus of attention on sexual harassment of the weekend morning us gab shows the gatien's a cover roy mar a more free khin harvey weinstein and now the discussion of bill clinton and donald trump well the congresswoman leading the charge of the house jackie says if the press we're running today the president threatening today i bet he would not be elected because i think we had a huge cultural shift that nato is forty years in the making but i think all of us are grateful now that there is a new day for women in the workplace where they do not have to put up with sexual advances that are unwanted spear cbs white house wouldn't oppose removing from a senate tax plan the.
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"central committee" Discussed on KQED Radio
"From bathroom gambled ethical had adding kingdom nicky butt pay sidelined great and be attempting to persuade him to be uh haning whack the government pia has a hand and media have good ponte's you know got the support of the pop stuff you seventy a central committee is to meet some day was reports it's prepared to the minute traffic i can decrease my wife grace mugabe as head of the kwokting's women's week uh if so hymns climbs to states to the party hierarchy of bikes question i miss nine beltway who were tried by mci now seek truth doing zimbabwe's current political crisis at the acquis stopped to npr news you haven't stomach lebanese prime minister said hariri on saturday that he will return to beirut despite his resignation two weeks ago and pierre's eleanor beardsley reports french president emmanuel macron invited hariri to paris to try to mediate and avert a proxy conflict in lebanon between iranianbacked and saudibacked camps enlarging from his meeting with mackall hariri did not respond when a reporter asked him if he felt free he thanked france for its important role in try to calm tensions and said he would speak about his country's political future when he is back in lebanon but in arabic hariri confirmed that he had submitted his letter of resignation hariri resigned his position nearly two weeks ago in saudi arabia it's widely believed he was forced to do so by saudi authorities in a separate communique the french fries that in itself has said my call spoke with lebanese president michel aoun who confirmed that hariri would be home for his country's national holiday on wednesday eleanor beardsley npr news paris summit rebublicans research so at the store deliberating their sweeping tax legislation after thanksgiving and then pass it by the end of the year but it's not expected to be uneasy exercise like it was in the house chamber passed its version of the measure this past week but republican congressman john fast says the bill is falling short we as republican uh should stand up for federal is on we you stand for lower taxes including our economy and getting getting faster economic growth that's the overriding goal of his tax reform plan unfortunately it gives me all the tests that i need in order to.
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"To be able to pursue his reform agenda and his policy agenda it also the risks having too much power put under the arms of one man that is the risk we're going to get a clear idea as to what the domestic policy agenda will be in terms of how much it's going to be executed by tomorrow we got on daily we'll also get a the award china's international priorities repeat who's going to believe for example the relationship when it comes to us china trade tensions on trade relationships we've heard for example that one young who's been tasked with that relationship up until now he may be elevated to the politburo standing committee he's also someone to watch there's a couple of young contenders huping flags who may be led up as potential successors the president she although reporting up until now suggested the dance unlikely the likes of the guangdong partyboss the rights of the chungching party they all people to watch as well although the consensus seems to be the president's xi will come out tomorrow with six men behind him all of the four noisy sixty making them too old to continue until you call the leadership from twenty twenty two suggesting again the president she will maintain some grip over the ponzi after the next five years whether is head of the party or head of the military we have yet but again this is about where president she goes from here in the next past the next by on who is going to be implementing his policy agenda okay tom i actually stay with us right now because some lines are are breaking across the bloomberg terminal from sinn while the state owned press agency of course china releasing its list of 19th communist central committee reaffirming and renaming juicing ping at to the cpc central committee nick at shell remains in the cpc central committee according to send wa now it has removed hwang shun from the committee it has named as she you to the committee it has also named ya to the committee's a one name there tell mckenzie wong shongwe has been removed from the cpc central committee do we still have tom tom your thoughts there are you're absolutely right focusing on it's no surprise acoustic president xi jinping is going to continue for another five years it's no surprise really at.
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"In place in the leadership when he took over five years ago he inherited lots of people around him who had been put in place by the preceding leadership so this is an opportunity for a grand reshuffle and every indication is that the decision pain will be surrounded by his supporters at the end of this congress and the central committee meeting that immediately follows it and will feel even more secure in his position after all of this now our cover leader this week argues that xi jinping mattis more today than america's president donald trump could you explain that electile well we call him the world's most powerful leader and that may sound surprising given that donald trump is the leader of a country which is still the world's largest economy and has an army which is far more powerful than china's even though china has been a gaining rapidly in military power over the past few years but nonetheless mr trump clearly is a hamstrung politician in terms of of the degree to which he couldn't get his way at home and globally a he has chosen to a retreat from engagement with the rest of the world in in crucial ways on matters of climate change free trade and so on so xi jinping has been seizing the low hanging fruit son has been positioning himself on the world stage as a champion of free trade of globalization of the the paris accord on climate change.