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"craddick" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Before Yeah, For sure. And his delicate era with us from Washington on as don't go far. I wanna pull Molly Nagel back into the conversation. She's covering the Biden campaign, and it's covered Joe Biden. By her account the last 942 days, And in that time, Molly Joe Biden has actually tried to press this moderate metal by going out of his way to praise some of the The Republicans who now will be looking at him quite differently. It's interesting when he got into this lake is really came in as a moderate, and that was not necessarily a popular position to be, And there's a lot of buzz around the professors in the rape. You know, the party had been moving in tomorrow constructive direction it appeared but biting had held strong to the idea that you know bipartisanship is held in the country can work together and how things get done. He is a creature of the Senate. He spent, you know, 36 years in the Senate getting elected at age 29 48 years ago on this day, November 7th 1970. But just before you got into the race of siding came under a little bit of fire for praising representative Fred Upton. You just reference at a speech that he gave surrounding his book. I promised me Dad, What's he talking about? His son. So, you know, he praised him as a good guy. Somebody you worked with, particularly on cancer legislation about his son, but that those are the kinds of things that Joe Biden early on in the primary and a little bit of trouble over. Because he was willing to use his Republicans and going to work across the aisle. And you know that didn't necessarily square with how some people Madonna Craddick party felt about the Republican But Joe Biden has long been a consistently that bipartisanship is necessary to make the country work. And it's something that we've seen campaigns on forward that he has built a bipartisan coalition. We've seen people like John.
"craddick" Discussed on KGO 810
"Out and urged the president to concede they don't want his support, essentially down the line before gather on a turkey. Yeah, For sure. And his delicate era with us from Washington. A cz don't go far. I want to pull Molly Nagel back into the conversation. She's covering the Biden campaign, and it's covered Joe Biden by her account the last 942 days, And in that time, Molly Joe Biden has actually tried to press this moderate metal. By going out of his way to praise some of the Republicans who now will be looking at him quite differently. Look, I don't know It's interesting when he got into this lake was really came in as a moderate, and that was not necessarily a popular position to be. And there was a lot of buzz around the processes in the rape. You know, the party had been moving in tomorrow constructive direction. It appeared but Biden had held strong to the idea that you know bipartisanship is held in the country can work together and how things get done. He is a creature of the Senate he spent, you know, 36 years in the Senate. Getting elected at age 29 48 years ago on this day, November 7th 1970. But just before he got into the race siding came under a little bit of fire for grazing representative Fred Upton. You just reference on at a at a speech that he gave running his book. I promised me Dad, What's he written about his son? Beau, You know, he praised him as a good guy. Somebody you worked with. Particularly on cancer legislation around here, son but that those are the kinds of things that Joe Biden early on in the primary need a little bit of trouble over because he was willing to use Praise Republicans and willing to work across the aisle. And you know that didn't necessarily square with how some people Madonna Craddick party felt about the Republican Party..
"craddick" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Has seen a surge of early voting, which started in that state last week. Democrats there are trying to take control of the state House of Representatives, and that would be a big deal because Republicans have held all three branches of state government in Texas for nearly 20 years. Actually Lopez of Kut in Austin has been tracking this story for a Siri's and podcast called the Big Flip. Actually, welcome. It really would be a big flip wooden Yeah, it would be a huge change. It's I don't think it's hyperbole to say Republicans basically control every lever of power on the state level. The governor of the State House, the state Senate. You know, even things like land commissioner and attorney general. Even just one lever, sort of changing to another party would be a huge change. That would be a big deal. And why did Democrats think that they could take the house this year? Is it demographics? Is it economics? It's a little bit of both, but mostly demographics, right? Because Texas economy until recently has been pretty study. A lot of people have been moving here because a lot of tech jobs have moved here, like economy has been pretty consistent, but I think like of course, nationally, the pandemic has changed all that. But you know, the state has been getting more diverse, racially. And more importantly, it's always been racially diverse, but more black and Latino voters are actually casting ballots. And that was definitely true in 2018, and definitely younger people are voting in larger numbers. So these air groups of people who are more likely to vote for Democrats that you know right now. And the suburbs have gotten more democratic and that usually it was a place where Republicans could bank on some support. And that's been changing well. There was a time when Democrats actually held power in Texas, and we have some sound here from your Siri's. This is Tom Craddick, who was elected to the Texas house in 1968. By the way, he's still there today. But back then, he was just one of a handful of Republicans. Remember, I introduced my first deal.
"craddick" Discussed on WRVA
"News Radio w. R va dot com I'm Gerry Hassan Richmond's news, weather and Traffic Station, NewsRadio, W. R Va. One that I wouldn't have done this week. Especially a beautiful weekend is go go to the movies. I wonder. I mean, did they have any numbers of how many people actually went? I don't know. Just the you know, usually You hear about? You know, the leading movie, even on a bad weekend is like what? 30 or $40 Million. This is 3.3 point seven million. Yeah, Nobody's doing that. Right now. I've been surprised how many people still are just petrified. Totally petrified. To go out. I am going to the interested to see how long the big, um cos Regal AMC. The think theatre companies can survive. Yeah, well with regal closed. I just think it's I think it's a mess. And and I'm Thrilled to see how many people did get out. And about this weekend. You know, Gary, I appreciate it. I'm I'm live in Lynchburg this morning, and it was a calculated decision to get out of town. And clear my head with all the politics that's been going on. I mean, I've got a big candidate forum tonight and a couple of other events related to politics this week plus doing the show on a regular basis, and I figured I can't get Teo to the winter and not have done something outdoors. So we have been here in Lynchburg at this beautiful boutique hotel called the Craddick Terry Hotel a weekend. It's been really, really nice, right? In historic district of downtown Lynchburg, and we've been hiking everyday and just it's great to remember why you want to live in Virginia and coming to Lynchburg. Especially leaving behind the drama of Richmond at the moment seemed like a great thing to do, And we're fortunate this morning. BJ Alleman is the hotel director. Here at the Craddick, Terry. And you've been so nice to crispy J. I wanted to make sure I got you on the air to talk about this hotel. So I'm this room that I'm in right now. It's gotta be a 15 ft high ceiling were actually in an old shoe factory that's been converted into a hotel. Yes, you are. The building was built in 1905. And you're right. You've got the nice high ceiling. But the exquisite detail you don't feel like you're in a shoe factory. What? What actually happened here? I mean, I was reading some little plaque in the lobby about 100,000 shoes being made. A two height of production every single day here, This must have been a busy place it was in this building actually was the women's shoe factory for Craddick, Terry, just one of many buildings that Craddick Terry Shoe company had downtown. And so for me, it's a little special that it was the women's shoe factory. And hopefully, as you walked throughout the lobby, you were able to see some of the shoe relics that we have. And even some of the women shoes that were produced right here at the shoe factory. Yeah, it's a really interesting history. And if you've been through Lynchburg and I know a lot of Virginians have family and friends probably went to liberty or still at Liberty University, which is just a couple of miles down the road. You may have seen this hotel because you've got a I looks to me like 20 or 30 ft. Out. How heavy is this? This high heel shoe that you've got mounted to the front of the front of the hotel. He's gone now, and I'm not sure that it's actually that heavy. I believe if I remember correctly that it's made out of fiberglass, and I've heard some fun stories about Tham finding this you and actually being able to get it onto the side of the building. So, um, it it's not too heavy, but it certainly is intimidating when you get up close to it, isn't it? Didnt I didnt go stand underneath it. I was walking the dogs. That's been that's been another nice thing. Now that we've got two puppies. Um, honestly, we've been looking for nice hotels, not necessarily roadside motels, but nice hotels that will allow us To bring the dogs maybe for an extra fee, and I was really thrilled to see that your hotel has a few rooms set aside for that kind of thing We do We love our pets. As a matter of fact, I was going to ask you how your two pups are doing this morning is it's Jackson, Teddy, right? Mia Jackson, Teddy Roosevelt. They have both been very loud at the most in operation times along, as is usually the case, but yes, we do accept pets. We don't discriminate. We are, um Happy to share the Get away time with four legged as much as we are with our human travelers, and I've enjoyed it. We've we've gone hiking on the trails down by the James River through the city. I mean, Couldn't believe when I was looking at the map. And at the top of the ridge. Maybe what? 50 yards from where we were is the city of Lynchburg, and you wouldn't have known it. I mean, we were down by the river and thought we were hiking through the woods. Yeah, The Percival's Island trail thatyou were likely on is part of the Blackwater Creek trail. And it is lovely not only to take that trail because it is exactly what you said. Once you get going on that trail you feel like you've gone into the mountains and it's always a lovely surprise to come out. No matter which side of the trail you come out on and see that you're You're still here in the city, So it's a It's a great place for folks like yourself to be able to take your pets out. Go hiking families. We've seen a lot of that this summer. Just family is getting away and being excited about the outdoor opportunities that they have so close to the hotel with. The dogs Sure loved it. And I also have to tell you because I haven't seen you since we ate at the restaurant downstairs. You can feed me a hamburger and I'm okay now, Alonso is a little bit of a food snob. He likes to go to really very much to my chagrin, very expensive. Upscale, fancy restaurants, and we didn't know what to expect when we went to the shoemakers. Restaurant downstairs. I got to tell you not that I have the most refined palate in the world. But it was wow. Really amazing. And even you even impressed Mr Snoot over here. It was not sure what? What We were going to encounter way both loved it. Well, that's great. To hear she makers is a fantastic place to eat. You said it yourself. You got to experience it. And so many of our guests are not only local, but we have guests that come from all over just to eat at shoemakers and ah lot of times it is. They ate their on their wedding night. They wanted to come back and celebrate again. And it's just lovely to have them come stay with us and then come up and tell us how much they've enjoyed reminiscing from the last time that they stayed with us, and that the meal was just a good so it's quite a compliment. Thank you very much. Toland, sir. Thank you, And I'm glad that you're able to enjoy it. My Claverie. Our business guy is on early in the morning without any prompting, he said the same thing. He and his wife have come here specifically to enjoy Shoemaker. So I appreciate the chance to do that now because we have so many business people who do listen to this. Program entrepreneurs and the like. And I think everybody has suffered for the last few months. Can I ask you a business question? How? How have things been? For you in the hotel. World. Over the last several months with covert and are you are things getting better? What do you think? Well, I will say that, um, in the beginning, and so we'll talk about that fateful, You know, March 13th when everything sort of was announced, right? It was pretty rough, not just for us, but for the hospitality community as a whole, and so Which made the decision to stay open. For our community for our health care workers are first line responders. We wanted to make sure that we had accommodations available that were clean and safe. And so, um again, the.
"craddick" Discussed on AP News
"Craddick presidential nominee Joe Biden is using the sudden Supreme Court vacancy to reinforce his argument that the upcoming elections to be a referendum on President Trump's handling of healthcare and the Corona virus. They're willing to hurt people like people. Dying for political reasons. Think President Trump laid that charge against Democrats at a campaign rally in North Carolina Saturday night, But Joe Biden says voters know better. They know their healthcare hangs in the balance. In a speech Sunday by noted the Supreme Court is scheduled to hear a Republican led case challenging the affordable Care act. A week after the November 3rd election in the middle of the worst global health crisis in living memory. Donald Trump is before the Supreme Court trying to strip healthcare Coverage away from tens of millions of families. Ben Thomas Washington They're willing to hurt people that people die for political reasons. Think President Trump laid that charge against Democrats at a campaign rally in North Carolina Saturday night, But Joe Biden says voters know better. They know their healthcare hangs in the balance. In a speech Sunday by noted the Supreme Court is scheduled to hear a Republican led case challenging the affordable Care act. A week after the November 3rd election in the middle of the worst global health crisis in living memory. Donald Trump is before the Supreme Court trying to strip healthcare Coverage away from tens of millions of families. Ben Thomas Washington a second Republican senator, has come out against filling a vacant Supreme Court seat before the November 3rd election. Senator Lisa Murkowski says. For weeks she's been stating she would not support taking up a potential nomination as the presidential election nears. In a statement released Sunday, she says, sadly, what was then A hypothetical is now a reality, but my position has not changed. You ask a Republican joints Maine Senator Susan Collins, who said replacing Ginsberg should be the decision of whomever wins the election. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has pledged to move forward on a nominee but hasn't set a timetable. Republicans hold a 53 to 47 edge in the Senate, a 50 50 tie could be broken by Vice President Mike Pence. And Thomas Washington, Senator Lisa Murkowski says. For weeks she's been stating she would not support taking up a potential nomination as the presidential election nears. In a statement released Sunday, she says, sadly, what was then A hypothetical is now a reality, but my position has not changed. You ask a Republican joints Maine Senator Susan Collins, who said replacing Ginsberg should be the decision of whomever wins the election. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has pledged to move forward on a nominee but hasn't set a timetable. Then. Thomas Washington, New York's attorney general, says she released police body Cam video early and not wait for local departments to avoid what happened in Rochester with the death of Daniel Prude. Petition. James says she was outraged when she saw the video of a naked proved with a spit hood over his head in police custody and says her office will no longer wait for local authorities to determine when videos should be made public. Up into now. The release of footage has been up to the discretion of local authorities. This process has caused confusion. Delays.
"craddick" Discussed on KTRH
"Hear from industry experts, elected officials and many more right here on any oil patch. Welcome to in the oil patch radio show. I'm your host, Kimble Otto, along with my Trustee co host David Blackman. We have another great show lined up for you. We're going to be joined by Brooke Simmons, who is the president of the Petroleum Alliance of Oklahoma. But first before we catch up with Brooke, I'd like to welcome on Commissioner Christie Craddick, the Texas Railroad Commission. Christie, Welcome to in the oil patch radio show. Thanks for having me appreciated. A lot going on in the energy world. Today, there is and Texas has three commissioners in the railroad. Basically, the function is everything oiling. Yes, it's extremely important role that you play. With how Texas looks and regulates the oil and gas energy sector. And I wanted to bring you on this show today because one you guys have experienced a lot in the last In a couple of months, with so much happening in the oil and gas sector, But you've also been very vocal on posting on your social media page things that really have gained my attention, like what's happening in Venezuela and what's happening. With the Joe Biden task force. Now that they're unveiling this climate change guidance, So let me start with that question. Basically, it seems as though Biden has accepted Sanders Test force climate change plan and one of them. That really caught me by surprise in this whole entire task force recommendation is that they're discussing climate change to include a net zero economy wide admission banned by 2050 and carbon powered Vehicles by 30 35 will be technology neutral standards for clean energy and energy efficiency, meaning That half a 1,000,000 school buses will be zero admission vehicles within five years, and that will have 500,000 another half a 1,000,000 changing stations. In all these different states by local governments, the state governments, and my question is, is this even possible? And I want to get your thoughts on what is a zero emission vehicle. I think I'm not sure that a zero emission vehicles exists. Number one. So I think what people forget is Energy is important, everybody right?.
"craddick" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Save some people's lives and I think it's worth it Manhattan Beach also passed an anti hoarding ordinance and some anti eviction laws to help those who suddenly find themselves unable to pay the rent John Baird KNX ten seventy newsradio and we're standing by for president trump to give his daily coronavirus response update will bring it to you live when he does it's two thirty two and we've been reporting that some restaurants in southern California just started trying to get creative to survive the pandemic shut downs re opening as little grocery stores but they've just run into abrir Craddick wall in this exclusive story for KNX some restaurants are trying to adhere to the guidelines laid down by the health department she barber for air none of the regulations around safety at restaurants have been relaxed at all but some of the restaurants you found creative ways to make ends meet are being shut down again and they say that's not fair Robert Crossley with Bacardi restaurants tells connects is bad enough right now without being ordered closed the second time we think it quite like that absolutely ridiculous that they shut it down he tells us he's willing to work with the health department maybe they can make some suggestions on maybe some changes or or whatever it may be dissatisfied with the bike but that's a completely shut down we think is good completely unreadable re opening as a kind of grocery store requires a different license but promptly says during this extraordinary time they should be cut some slack rob archer que in next ten seventy newsradio those impacted by job losses because of the outbreak out some food some encouragement from the LA food bank organized labor in the city of commerce by.
"craddick" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"The first African American woman and that's why they are against or for isn't no because far left wing he's a socialist and a lot of statements okay she's made like in a past like she wants to shut down right declare to works of US steel because she said it's too Smokey there and write the other I. US steel planted there's a reason makes because all right the Democrats and the unions like they're against our okay because for for our left wing like agenda I could she proposes right there's a problem and the fact because I don't know why they keep going back because you know because she's you know she's a black I don't care what color sheets here's a thing Bob he did say that there were politics involved he did say that was he didn't say what exactly where she she went right to the race car going no no but he did say that that the explanation was because of her politics and then he said taking the optics were because she was the only elected African American female in Pennsylvania that those are the optics he did say that I think they'd sadly that's one of those things that I think that dependent on and I'm not I'm not directing this at you I specifically because I do think this is one of those that people are going to hear what they want to hear he did not go into detail you're absolutely right and I do think that that is a conversation I don't think that people necessarily understand some of the things that she has been against and how that goes against the political machinery if you will and that does explain why she has not gotten the support from the unions in those kind of things that is away from store worker like her coal miner you think you're going to get any a really you know a let's say support from the pouring out of an abortion county like an official a demo Craddick body washing county what Peters township and we all I realize.
"craddick" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Craddick primary ballot without joining the party the California Republican Party only allows party members to vote in the primary California has five point six million registered independent voters news brought to you by cutting dental groups of people in Asian communities communities around LA have been targeted over fears of the cove it nineteen corona virus health officials say people are targeting Asian since the virus started in China but the risk of contracting it here in the US is very low the flu is a greater risk to public health right now Peter ing with the Chinatown service centers is people getting looks for wearing masks but he says they're just protecting people from spreading germs when they're sick just because you're Asian and you're being discriminated against this is something that we should not have we should have compassion at least one Asian teenager was also accused of being a carrier and got beat up police say so far they don't consider this a hate crime Monica Rick's KFI news within sixty three thousand people have contracted cove in nineteen corona virus more than thirteen hundred have died fifteen people in the US have the virus Olympics organizer say there is no plan B. for the twenty twenty games in Japan which open in just over five months as China deals with the outbreak of the cove it nineteen corona virus the head of an IOC inspection teams as officials with the World Health Organization who have advised there is no cause for cancelling or moving the games Los Angeles will experience presidents day twice this week Monday is a holiday Tuesday president trump comes to town hill visit LA to check on preparations for the twenty twenty eight Olympics trumps also scheduled to attend campaign fund raisers in Beverly hills and Rancho Mirage on Wednesday he'll be in Bakersfield the hometown of house Republican leader Kevin McCarthy before continuing to Las Vegas is part of a three day for state swing through the west the White House says trump will also discuss water supply and delivery issues in California bill Seward KFI news Facebook has changed the policy that tried to deter the use of paid posts as political messages the change announced to day follows news that former New York governor Michael Bloomberg used a loophole to get around the policy he's paying social media influencers to push his presidential campaign by posting Bloomberg memes on their Instagram accounts your a Valentine might be waiting for you in the I. E. Valentina and other twenty dogs were recently rescued from deplorable conditions at a home in Ontario the dogs which were mostly spaniels the labs were found earlier this month with no food and we're eating sticks to stay alive after the owner surrender the dog to animal control officers that were taken to the inland valley Humane Society will Valentina's other twenty furry friends have been adopted but this black beauty is still at the shelter that say Valentina's eating well and gaining weight they point out she may be a little shy at first but has lots of love to give when she warms up Jennifer Jones Lee KFI news crash.
"craddick" Discussed on KGO 810
"A minute what with the rest Craddick oppressive dictatorship did did they see the rest of the world backing down and not the rest will be sending you a bunch of crazy people find it was a mistake in your resting we arrest people when there's a plane crash elicited on purpose well not only that but the person who took the videotape help to bring you know truth and justice this man whatever wholesome regime that is also coming up on the A. N. G. show burn our work Paul has that right fall down and felt I can't take this another day it turns out that burn out is more than just an annoyance it can lead to a critical possibly deadly heart condition a new study has found a tract over eleven thousand individuals and they then when we'll talk about that and the Oakland mayor is horrified by the way they booted out homeless moms there and noted unicorn rider Libby shaft she's never come in contact with realism much less practiced it in her life and career will talk about all that stuff on this program or text line is always is four one five two nine five K. FTC upon KGO eight ten this is KGO San Francisco San Jose Oakland five of fifty five A. KGO eight ten good morning I'm Brad Burkhart here's what's happening president.
"craddick" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Don't worry it doesn't matter that's not what I was expecting to hear from people who live near the Galatians especially if the whole mountain might come down on the heads Joe just so stirred Simonsson is monitoring the crack about cinephile only lost him who's right about the risk when we were there we saw big warning signs from the civic protection agency but we also spoke to the local farmers are going the land lease moved here there Craddick Serra volcanoes there and we're not too worried what do you think a Walt you know this is a very difficult question we see the implications restricting what is happening on what the glaciers stops this one it's moving it's eroding fund these glaciers of car of the really into the bathroom and when the glaciers retreating you have announced a personal this happened in a large scale nine to ten thousand years ago when the case sure three three thing after the last three seasons on their new hire them Mohnish landslides and this is happening to date the innocent we have the glaciers are retreating ready rapidly when first at first measure the crack in twenty sixteen it was a hundred and ten meters long but later on we discovered the this proctor was not one of them ten meters long it was one point six kilometres well on the amount of material moving in the slow this estimate that sixty to one hundred million cubic meters the whole month install was basically moving on what this old show very worrying the in front of the commissioners we have lakes will proglacial lake forming with some might be off to two three hundred meters deep bond if this material for onto the Tricia possibly also went to the progress helix then you have a first with right source of very fast and strong for today if you can almost cut the corners of the through Nanyue if on of course we are talking about climate change now that Iraq but the warning and I think that the activity of the humans are responsible for what is happening that long crack in the mountain feels like a metaphor it's definitely real it could have catastrophic consequences the scientists are clearly worried but the people living underneath it don't think about it much it might seem strange at first but perhaps the not so different from most of the rest of us living through an accelerating environmental crisis in the little town of hope and.
Booker says he will not make December debate stage
"Eleven fifty nine PM eastern is the deadline for democratic presidential candidates to meet the criteria to make the debate stage for this month well Cory Booker is acknowledging today that he's probably not going to meet that threshold and this is racism continue Craddick party this is what he tweeted today is the deadline for the DNC's December debate qualifying threshold and while I may not be on the debate stage next Thursday all those things are the outpouring of support over the past few weeks we know there's a path to victory and we no longer need the debate stage to
"craddick" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The cause of death for Chicago rapper Jews world he suffered convulsions and went into cardiac arrest the midway early Sunday the cook county medical examiner's office has determined that additional studies are required the cause and manner of death are pending the house Judiciary Committee is hearing testimony from de Craddick lawmakers were laying out their case for president trump's impeachment during today's hearing Republican congressman Doug Collins focus heavily on the intelligence committee report detailing phone calls between Republican congressman Devin Nunez a conservative journalists the White House and the president's personal attorney Rudy guiliani is out of the league the information what is your included in the report that's not a leak Sir is the start of a busy two weeks on Capitol Hill which is expected to and with a full house vote before Christmas meantime the FBI's investigation into Russian interference in the twenty sixteen election has been deemed credible inspector general Michael Horowitz as office making the announcement today the independent watchdog investigated what prompted the investigation and found that when it was launched in August of twenty sixteen the probe had an authorized purpose I was not based upon political bias FBI director Christopher ray I would say the inspector general clearly found omissions and inaccuracies in those applications and that's below the standard that I expect of our employees he says the year and a half long investigation did find serious performance fell years particularly by agents involved in the FISA applications to survey former trump campaign aide Carter page a former college baseball player his battle with Lou Gehrig's disease help inspire the ice bucket challenge has died the phrase was thirty four the ice bucket challenge to raise more than two hundred million dollars worldwide for research into a alas the minimum wage is going up at Loyola medicine Loyola is among several hospital chains proactively lifting their minimum wage crane says Loyola will increase its bottom wage to fifteen dollars an hour at its three hospitals after the first of the year it'll impact about a third of the loyal workers and cost about three million dollars a year Stever trend WGN news do you still want to have your unpaid parking tickets wiped clean before the end of the year mer life but.
Trump won't participate in House Judiciary impeachment hearing
"President trump and his lawyers are declining the invitation to take part in the house and peach been hearing this week they say that they believe the president will not get a quote semblance of a fair process John Laurence reports is it in trump putting thousands of miles between himself and his impeachment woes he and the First Lady or attending a NATO event in London this week but even if he was in town the president wouldn't participate in the house Judiciary Committee impeachment hearing Wednesday White House lawyer passable only released a letter Sunday night calling the inquiry baseless and highly partisan legal analyst Paul Callan says this is entirely consistent with Craddick printers pursued by the president's lawyer stuff through the mall investigation which is promising enormous levels of cooperation promising that the president would actively be involved in and pulling back at the last minute the letter accuses chairman Jerrold Nadler of purposely scheduling hearing during the NATO meeting however simple only left the door open for White House participation in future hearings while some believe that could be a good idea I think would be to the president's advantage to have his attorneys there that is his right that's G. O. P. rep Tom McClintock on A. B. C.'s this week others say that could be a risky move for the White House Paul Callen says allowing his own attorneys to participate in the proceedings against the proceedings wickedness
"craddick" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"He is entitled to but of course if Maria von of it she says that she felt intimidated and that impacted you know her performance on the stand that is a different story Ivanovic said the attacks are leading to a crisis in the state department CBS news update our math paper a former trump campaign associate has been convicted on charges stemming from the Russian pearl Washington jury found former trump campaign adviser Roger stone guilty on all seven counts of lying to Congress obstruction and witness tampering on charges stemming from the Russia probe the trial focused heavily on his attempts to contact wikileaks as the group posted hacked emails from Democrats the sixty seven year old long time Republican operative could now face decades in prison Steve Dorsey CBS news Washington a group of privacy advocates wandered Capitol Hill yesterday trying to highlight what they say are the dangers of facial recognition technology activist strapped cameras to their heads and walked around Capitol Hill they scanned thousands of faces inside it outside the U. S. capitol urging lawmakers to restrict the use of facial recognition surveillance the privacy advocates use software that Amazon is pitch to police using a database of lawmakers journalists and others the software did recognize California did Craddick representative mark to Sonya but also claim to spot singer Roy Orbison who died in nineteen eighty eight Allison Keyes CBS today's the day the coffee lovers have been waiting for the largest Starbucks in the world now open for business on the magnificent mile a group of people had gathered outside the thirty five thousand square foot Starbucks reserve rosary before it opened at nine this morning they're.
"craddick" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Craddick senator and presidential candidate Amy clover shark tells CNN state of the union she agrees with the leader of the house intelligence committee Adam Schiff has said this past and that is that what this is all about which was a sham investigation that the president was trying to push and for now the house is simply gathering relevant evidence about what the president did that is what this is about GOP lawmakers meanwhile are working on strategies for supporting the president Republicans have no unified argument in large part because they can't agree on how best to defend the president or even if they should so there are many messages coming from Republicans Utah senator Mitt Romney says the president's actions toward Ukraine or quote troubling other Republicans say they are concerned about the president's behavior but it is not an impeachable offense and South Carolina senator Lindsey Graham is dismissing the whole investigation he calls it B. S. strategists say this all adds up to a disjointed and scattered defense of Donald Trump at a time of maximum danger to his presidency Christopher Cruz Washington former US ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley says to top trump administration officials were eventually forced out try to get her to join them and opposing some of the president's policies he only made the allegations in her new memoir due out Tuesday firefighters in California finally be able to wrap their arms around several wildfires in the state correspondent Jim group on the brush fire outbreak contained in a still working on a wild fire that broke out Saturday near Warner brothers and universal studios several others have been finally declared contained including the massive Kincaid fire in northern California has been burning.
"craddick" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Street in north London where he recorded this album so even in this piece you're getting a kind of a mix of western west African to hear this later on in the program but to begin we're going to hear a band called the album griot ensemble and although to money is not a member of this ensemble he does play with them occasionally but the core of the band is a pair of Scottish guitarists a Belgian bass player and a Malian in goni player thing going is a type of loot that can go any player yet Kouba six OQO also plays percussion the sayings and the peace that will here is called Harmonia comes from the album griot ensembles record the darkness between the leaves that album and this ensemble at times reminds me of an earlier group yeah called baka beyond which also featured a British guitarist Martin Craddick and musicians from in this case Cameroon from the baka people one of the so called pick me tribes and this going back to the nineties will hear a piece called spirit of the forest from baka beyond and then we'll hear that same guitarist Martin Craddick producing an ensemble of these baka musicians under the name of or cast baka could be may so that's that's at the end of this little side of pieces let's begin with the all the griot ensemble all three of these works bringing together musicians from the U. K. and west or central Africa.
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"Was taken to Atlanta Kerr regional Medical Center where he died the eleven year old was also treated at the hospital Mike denardo KYW newsradio more than a hundred first time home buyers have already taken advantage of a program Philadelphia launch last month to help with settlement costs A. Y. W. city hall bureau chief fat low Angela Craddick remembers distinctly when she became determined to own her own home it was March the fourth two thousand thirteen I was homeless on the street I was tired of being homeless Craddick turned her life around and spent years saving every penny from her housekeeping job at Jefferson then she went to affordable housing of Pennsylvania for counseling I took the class I had my little notebook I wrote down everything you told me to do Craddick work with can be ghosts who helped her fix her credit score and after she had helped her get ten thousand dollars through Philly first home the program is available for first time buyers making up to a hundred twenty percent of median income about seventy five thousand dollars for a single person they must go through counseling and because as his agency's been inundated since the program launched we don't want them to come back here three to five years later after they bought their home saying that they are struggling to make their mortgage payments because also connected Craddick to her realtor tia Whitaker first time home buyer would need a lot of hand holding a lot of help me to christen she specializes in first time buyers because she believes strongly in home ownership Philadelphia's healthy home ownership rate dropped some in the housing crisis city council created Philly first home to reverse the trend and keep it affordable in the face of gentrification for Craddick it was the key to her dream home I love it I think is perfect for me you know me I think it's perfect Pat lobe kill I W. news radio.
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"Emma Craddick presidential hopeful Kirsten Gillibrand races because I need to meet with people of color responding Nancy Cortez says the attacks and brought together a divided Democratic Party for now tweets definitely gave Democrats are common target bought the internal conflict within the party is probably not going to subside anytime soon even after speaker policy came to the defense of those for women hello see herself criticize the women's week after they voted against an immigration bill and then slammed a fellow Democrats who had voted for it democratic presidential hopeful former vice president Joe Biden is set to unveil a new health plan today CBS is at Keith is in the morning light is plan would cost about seven hundred fifty billion dollars over the next decade I would provide a public option if needed it would allow Americans to import cheaper drugs from overseas and the plan would be paid for in part by ending the trump tax cuts new polling shows the president trailing Biden Sanders Warren and harass people in New Orleans are thankful they were spared the watery wrath of hurricane Barry out as a glass that's is giving us life kept us safe healthy and together Barry is now a tropical depression moving north tornado and flash flood warnings are posted across the Gulf coast new research shows tougher gun laws save young lives the details from CBS's Vicki Barker the study in the journal pediatrics finds children living in states with strict gun control laws are less likely to die from gun violence than those in states with fewer restrictions and the tougher the laws the lower the risk even in those states where the laws are strict but gun ownership levels are high the study authors noting that an evidence based and data driven approach is the only way to combat what they are calling a public health epidemic Deborah a message to parents from the C. E. O. of jewel labs maker of best selling E. cigarettes.