21 Burst results for "Crisco Bach"

"crisco bach" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"crisco bach" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"On Thursday, one that left one attack that left one ablaze and adrift a sailor. Were evacuated from both vessels. The navy says rushed to, to assist amid the heightened tensions between Washington and Tehran here at home. A house committee voted Wednesday to hold top Trump administration officials in contempt of congress for failing to comply with subpoenas for documents related to a decision to add a citizenship question to the twenty twenty cents. They democratic controlled house oversight committee voted twenty four to fifteen to advance the contempt measures against attorney general William bar, and commerce secretary. William Ross the sense is critical to our democracy and critical every single one of our. Fidgets the constitution gives congress the responsibility, and the thirty that senses is what makes the decisions is working as it was intended to work that includes Mickey, sure. Dead. It is used properly to allocate federal funds apportion legislative districts and for other purposes. We must protect the integrity of the senses than we stand up for Congress's authority. Under the constitution to conduct meaningful oversight. Members to vote against this and again, remind everyone here. Why don't they want to know why don't they want to know something that every everyone in our district knows should be asked knows has been asked is just good common sense. I, I would say, you can talk Republicans Democrats talk, the only people who don't wanna ask the question Democrats on the country, do public around the country independence around the country, do the don't ask the question. Democrats in Washington. Why are there so many people everyone from Steve Bannon to crisco Bach having their fingerprints and their political intent all over the United States census why? And what do we get nothing? No response. Stonewalling. We're getting obstruction. We're getting a lack of answers. Democrats say.

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"crisco bach" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"crisco bach" Discussed on KGO 810

"Arrest them. You know, I mean, it's a federal crime. And he has he by the way established in he wrote a law, which was adopted by many states, but only implemented in Kansas state that you would have to prove your citizen to vote now at first is it. Well, yeah, he should be citizens vote. We're not red China, Pat. We don't have citizenship cards nor could chips in our brains yet. So you need the only documents that you can use our a passport, which is kind of a rich white travel document or an original original I want to say that birth certificate. The result was that in Kansas. He knocked out thirty six thousand voters mostly students that is another words Democrats and some officers at the local air force base. Remember membership in the military is not proof of citizenship. So he knocked off air force officers, and he knocked off students and he admitted that not to a federal court. He admitted not one not one of the people who stopped from voting because they couldn't prove their citizen way. Check not one was an alien. Everyone was an American citizen who lost the right to vote. Not only. Did he lose that case? But he was found in contempt of court. Here's the danger contempt of the federal district court. If he becomes immigrations are watch for a move to require citizenship proof, and he gets to take it to the Roberts cavenaugh court lookout. I know exactly anytime it's going to go to the Roberts cavenaugh court. We have to look out these days. It is. Absolutely frightening. Greg this article that you wrote it's headline Trump may name Chris co Bach. New immigrations are the real agenda twenty twenty vote suppression where can people find this article? So they can read it for themselves to places go to Greg palace dot com. Continuing six year investigation of crisco Bach. Greg palace dot com or today in nation of change. Do you think Greg that he has a real shot at at surviving this appointment? I mean, this isn't one this one doesn't have to be approved. Does it? That's right. He can't get confirmed by the Senate. So they created a position which is more powerful than homeland security because it's. Over homeland security, and he doesn't have to be confirmed by the Senate he could never get confirmed, even by Republicans. But that's but Trump has been in love with this guy. Mary puts him in charge of of the of the collapsed vote fraud commission. Right. He's been looking for a job for Chris co Bach constantly, even though his is all staff his has Knicks just so, you know, his own staff. I know that even Flynn nixed. Co Bach for a job in the federal government, but he is very personally close to Donald Trump. And frankly, he had a lot to do with ceiling enough votes for Trump to become president. And that's what they're looking for for twenty twenty because they're afraid they can't win legitimately. And so voter suppression rears its ugly head again. And then we also know that the Russians are going to be involved in the election as well. So it's like twenty sixteen repeat except they're all better at their game than they were in two thousand sixteen. Hey, greg. It was great to talk with you. Let's do it again soon. Absolutely. Thanks, Pat will keep an eye on this guy. Please that's Greg palace. And I'm Pat Thurston you stick? With me. We'll be right back. The telephone number here is eight hundred eight oh, eight ten and you're listening to k geo Thurston on cagey. Oh, hi. I'm Jay Farner, CEO of Quicken Loans..

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"crisco bach" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"crisco bach" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"He'll get out of dodge Dodd city of gunsmoke fame dodge city is in southwest Kansas. They do still celebrate the old gunsmoke vibe. There is a gun fighters wax museum there in coincident with the Kansas teachers hall of fame, it's an awkward pairing. But you know, they both pay rent. These days dodge city's industrial base is meat packing. And that meatpacking industry has attracted a lot of Hispanic workers. And their families dodge City Kansas has now a majority minority town, it's majority Hispanic, and the reason we ended up spending some time there before the midterm elections. This past year is because Republican elected officials in red state Kansas made some striking decisions when it came to voting in dodge city, which is the largest majority minority community in that entire state. When Laura Kelly the democrat was running for governor in Kansas this past November the Republican candidate. She was up against was named Chris co back. He's known nationally as someone of a national profile in part because he was the head of President Trump's sort of bogus and now disbanded voter fraud commission. Crisco Bach has also made somewhat of a national name for himself in recent years. Trying to sell other states besides Kansas on policies that are designed to make it as hard as possible for likely democratic voters to cast their vote and get it counted. But while he was running for Kansas governor this past November. He was simultaneously serving as the secretary of state in Kansas as the top elections official in that state and under his leadership. It was decided that dodge city, the largest majority minority town in the whole state. It was decided that they would be relieved of their one voting place there. One polling location. There's like thirteen thousand ish registered voters dodge city. They were already in pretty bad shape. In terms of access to the polls before this past election for those thirteen thousand voters there was precisely one voting place in all of dodge city before this last election, but then for the midterms for the November elections in which Chris Kovac was going to be a top of the ballot is the Republican candidate for governor for the midterms. Republican officials in Kansas decided that that one polling place in dodge city was one polling place too many. And so that polling place would be shut they said it was because construction was going to make that one polling place in dodge city inaccessible, so they closed that one voting place for the whole town and instead opened up another one way outside the city limits..

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"crisco bach" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"crisco bach" Discussed on KTOK

"So Pat Roberts is retiring after a long long career in Washington. I think it was approaching forty years. Maybe I think he started in eighty sometime. This is a perfect example of what we're talking about. Pat roberts. Get very little to contribute to reducing the size of government on his way out. He recently just bragged about how he was able to pass a bloated ugly looking farm Bill, and he bragged about that. And now granted you may think that that's what Kansas wants. But I would reject that premise, I think that cans want of responsible limited government now to your point. We now have an opportunity to elect a straw, conservative in Kansas, and frankly, Kansas isn't very well known to elect strong conservatives that this is the state of Bob Dole. Nancy, Landon Kassebaum and ironically, Arlen Specter specter was in the Senate from Pennsylvania, but he was born and raised in Kansas. So the Kansas does have sort of a moderate straight. But my hope is that we can't find a conservative. There are a few names popping around the the big one the big obvious. One would be the secretary of. Mike Pompeo who enjoys incredible success dealing with the president. And I think the president would love to have him in the Senate if he weren't already the secretary of state, so I don't know if Pompeo would make that decision, but he would obviously be the runaway favourite. There are other names being popped up. A lot of local members crisco Bach. Who recently ran for governor. He might run nother intriguing candidate is the current Federal Communications Commission, chairman aged tie. That's not a familiar name to a lot of people that he is a Kansas native and like Pompeo he enjoys some success in the Trump administration. So I think we've got a good opportunity here. We just got to capitalize on it. American radio journal is heard on public affairs minded radio stations all across the country, including K C N W A M in Kansas City, Missouri. W W N L A M in Pittsburgh pencil. Vania along with W B R, I A M in Indianapolis, Indiana. American radio journal is produced weekly by the Lincoln institute of public opinion research Inc. The Lincoln institute is completely funded through the generosity of individuals corporations and philanthropic foundations which underwrite the cost of this program comments and opinions expressed on this program are those of the guests do not necessarily reflect the views of the Lincoln institute or of this radio station. Learn more about American radio journal and hearing expanded versions of some interviews aired on our program, please visit our website American.

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"crisco bach" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"crisco bach" Discussed on Today, Explained

"The way you laid out. It seems impossible that the census could become controversial. And yet it has. So how did that happen? Just one caveat, though, is a census has always been controversial in many different ways because it has to do with power and money, and this is how we figure out how to Debbie power money in this country. So I think by default, it has always been controversial whenever it does come up, but this time around for the upcoming twenty twenty cents is it became super controversial at least in terms of lawsuits because of a new citizenship question that was added to the twenty twenty cents is by the Trump administration. And what is that question? Is it are you a citizen? This question asks specifically is this person a citizen of the United States if most will options among them, you know, born in the United States born in Puerto Rico Guam other territories in ended states born abroad of US citizen, parent or. Parents or you can say that you're US citizen by naturalization, and you right in the year of your naturalization or you check off the boxes says, no not a US citizen where did all this start? Where did the Trump administration? Get this idea to add this question, I guess I should start with what I know through the court documents. New emails, and memos that I've read that have been released as part of these lawsuits, I learned that after commerce secretary will Barat us was confirmed. This would be in late February twenty seventeen it seems as days later, he was asking his staff about citizenship question. Asking questions like does. The census ask about citizenship says her non-citizens included in the apportionment count and emails ultra show that former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon, contact it will barrage about adding a citizenship question, and that also Kansas secretary state crisco Bach. Former vice share of the now defunct commission into voter fraud. Started by President Trump crisco Bach emailed and spoke with commerce secretary will berol and suggested a wording for a citizenship question and for months commerce secretary Wilbur Ross pressured his staff to figure out a way to get a citizenship question onto the twenty twenty cents is when Commerce Department staff reached out to the Justice department, the Justice department at I pushed back and said, we're not sure we want to add this right now. And then. Staff went to department of homeland security and asked and they were sent back to the Justice department and eventually commerce secretary will be Ross connected with former US attorney general Jeff Sessions sessions got involved really got things moving at the Justice department and in December of two thousand seventeen a formal letter was sent to the census bureau asking for a citizenship question. And why did the Trump administration say wanted to add this question to the twenty twenty cents? Is Trump ministration said it added this question because the Justice department wants better citizenship. Data added that's necessary for the department of Justice to protect voters and specifically to help us better comply with the Voting Rights Act section two of the Voting Rights Act, which has protections against discrimination of racial and language minorities. What's interesting is that ever since the Voting Rights Act was enacted nineteen sixty five. The federal government has relied on estimates of citizenship. When the voting rights committee advocates heard about this decision from March to add this question for better voting rights enforcement. There were very surprised. They don't believe that the federal government needs better data than the government already lies on to enforce the Voting Rights Act. So I really raises the question. Why exactly did the Trump administration push to get a citizenship question onto the twenty twenty cents? And why do we think that is adding of question onto the twenty twenty cents? This means that the federal government is going to go essentially every household in the country. Asking people in this household how many of you are citizens?.

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"crisco bach" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"crisco bach" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"There are reports of her screaming at people, and so she has really been aggressive and also created a lot of enemies in the White House. And as we've seen she's created an enemy in Melania Trump. And I think that makes it untenable for her to stay long. The remarkable thing about today was that there was so much personnel. News coming out that it almost seems a matter of who's going to get fired. I will it be mirror. Rijkaard del. Will it be, you know, the department of homeland security secretary Kirsten Nielsen it's almost like we're waiting to see sort of what will happen over the next twelve hours. And Jeremy to that exact point one hopes there is a whiteboard in the office of presidential personnel. Where there may be suggestions of people to fill all these jobs. Let's just take homeland security. Let's take chief of staff. Cabinet level appointments have to be after go through the Senate, and that can be very tricky. That's exactly right, Brian. And I think that if you were to look at some of the people who've been talked about is potentially being on a shortlist for say homeland security like crisco Bach, and you just lost. This governor's race in Kansas. It's difficult to imagine. He gets easy Senate approval. Now, it would likely be easier than in the current Senate because there are now more conservative members who've been elected that have replaced moderates like in Tennessee, and Missouri. But nonetheless, the president is not going to have carp launch to get whoever. He wants through the Senate there is likely to be a considerable degree of scrutiny that the Senate continues to place him, even though it's more firmly in Republican hands. Peter Baker I want to read you a trip that a quote rather about the trip to France that is totally in line with the reporting from the New York Times this happens to be from Rucker and dossier over at the. Washington Post president was frustrated with the trip and he's itching to make some changes said one senior White House official. This is a week where things could get really dicey. I was thinking about this quote, and then thinking about what week of the Trump presidency haven't we been worried that things could get dicey. Say we have a name for that. The White House is called to day. I mean, we have gone from dicey week to dicey week all along. But there's no question. I think in the day since the mid term there is a feeling of even greater turmoil inside the White House uncertainty about where things are headed potential clashes and conflict in Washington more. Generally, we have obviously now the ascendance of a new democratic majority in the house that will take office in January. We have these fights over the recounts in Florida. We have the firing of an attorney general and the installation of replacement who seems like minded with the president about the Russia probe so many things feel like on the edge right now. And his Nancy sad like. At this point the personnel. Question isn't even so much who gets fired? I even maybe who gets to stay. We should probably be looking at the other direction around it might be easier. It's in even if these people don't leave and John Kelly has been on the way out for a year. And here's some Nielsen's been on the way out for many months. According to the judicial are reporting and everything else is the question of how do you do your job? If it seemed like you might be out on the way out at any moment. How do you possibly get things done? How do you approve process process and policy if at any given moment, you're looking over your shoulder to see who's got a knife heading back, please till Siri. We're trying to talk. Hey, nancy. To your I'm sorry. I used her name. So now, she's been engaged in the conversation. The west wing to your previous point as been always full of people. Both genders sharp elbows hard noses. People don't suffer. Fools people. Don't scare easily, but you've written that. This departure of a bulletin deputy may have more weight than a departure of say a chief of staff walk us through that flow chart in the reasoning. Well, I just think that you know, the point that I made earlier is just that we have known that Kelly has been on his way out for a long time in his frustration level with the White House. And with President Trump has been well known..

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"crisco bach" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast

POLITICO's Nerdcast

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"crisco bach" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast

"Have him into the district's while they made a big mistake and made their bed and they're going to suffer and also on the House Democrats. I mean, I don't think he fully has wrapped his arms around just how loathe he is. He kinda gets the idea of the resistance. But I don't think he understands how house them French really feel about him. But here here's something arguing against the the idea that he he doesn't have understanding what we we know that one of Trump's skills is his ability to change the conversation into to try and change the direction of things. And so let's talk about Jeff Sessions. Write the question here is what a new attorney general means for the investigation by Robert Muller into Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election. And we know that Trump. Knows that. And we know that that is part of the reason why sessions left yesterday the day after this big election results. Chris take us through what's going on here. I guess to start off what what do we know about sessions temporary replacement Matthew Whitaker? So this this is a guy who, you know, in the broadest sense is is a loyalist and a loyalist not like Jeff Sessions will sessions was in like every possible sense that you can be except for the fact that he had recused himself. You know, the one the one area where he broke with Donald Trump was the one area where Trump sort of needed him the most. And so you have a former in Whitaker, a former college football player, which Trump has mentioned he has had some former football players on a staff that he tends to like he likes people kind of in that tough guy, mold. This is someone who memes are already being created about doing Olympic weightlifting. He's bald. He has the the the tough edge look to him. He's written op-eds already calling early in two thousand seventeen for the investigation to come to a close the Muller investigation. So this is someone who has said this thing has gone on way too long. Sees it very much in the same way. That Trump does the question is who is he going to bring on to replace sessions on a full-time basis? And is that person tied in any way to the investigation where they would have to recuse himself. I mean, that's really the question. The list is long and we've seen a list includes a whole bunch of names, including crisco Bach from from Kansas, and you know, anyone from on the other side Rudy Giuliani. Of course, he's already worked on that. So so what do you have to recuse himself the politics around ran replacing sessions..

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"crisco bach" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"crisco bach" Discussed on Pod Save America

"So we can draw fairer maps and a lot of places including in places like Maryland, where Democrats drew pretty unfair maps, and you might see some reliant. But generally speaking, the democracy will be a lot healthier. I think under the stewardship of these democratic governor. Yeah, you'll see a lot of progressive legislation pass and. Also talked about this before Dan. But in twenty twenty for the whoever the democratic nominee is it helps to have democratic governors in states, like Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania. So that's that's really great to Kansas somehow, Kansas Kansas is it's so cool Kansas. Also, great example because Kansas where the supply side tax cutting government, destroying Republicans were able to test their experiment, and it totally destroyed. The Kansas Kansas is Paul Ryan's America in a bio. Kansas Paul Ryan this won't get enough. Attention. I think because Trump went out there, and he's gonna talk about all the places he campaigned and take credit for everything you took credit for, but Kansas an example of him being poisoned pill. He endorsed crisco Bach who lost the governorship in Kansas in like primary congressman Mark Sanford in South Carolina, the person he endorsed then went onto lose Trump was actually a poison pill. Couple elections about Kansas to is again, you see a test of this idea is can someone's anti immigrant bona fides be enough to overcome the sense in the state that right wing Republican politics has been bad for business bad for their bottom line bad for people's ability to pay for things in their lives, their teachers, the teachers in their schools getting enough money and tear. The answer was no, which is really exciting. And I think you can connect it. And we're talking about with you connected to some of the ballot measures that passed that show you that inside of even deep Republican states. There is a resistance to right wing politics. And there an openness to democr-. Ideas. Whether it's a Medicaid expansion or electing a democratic governor, even though you've been sending Republicans to the Senate for years doesn't get more conservative than Kansas now to have Laura Kelly win that governorship. I still think it she could have won even with another Republican because the you had this confluence of events where the under the stewardship of Brownback it. He destroyed the economy so badly that even Republicans independence, you know, in Kansas. We're saying it's time for some new. We'll try a democrat. I remember like our old friend, Kathleen civilians, so governor of Kansas and the our health and Human Services Secretary. She reached out a couple of months ago. It was like you should come to a pod and Kansas because we have real racist. Here. We have a governor's race. There's a couple of houses, we could flip and civilians as usually was absolutely right. We're not sure if we help a little Kansas to me, it's a little bit like lower Kelly showing up midway through the game bioshock after they've tried libertarian, governance and. That's that's five.

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"crisco bach" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"crisco bach" Discussed on Pod Save America

"So we can draw fairer maps and a lot of places including in places like Maryland, where Democrats drew pretty unfair maps, and you might see some reliant. But generally speaking, the democracy will be a lot healthier. I think under the stewardship of these democratic governor. Yeah, you'll see a lot of progressive legislation pass and. Also talked about this before Dan. But in twenty twenty for the whoever the democratic nominee is it helps to have democratic governors in states, like Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania. So that's that's really great to Kansas somehow, Kansas Kansas is it's so cool Kansas. Also, great example because Kansas where the supply side tax cutting government, destroying Republicans were able to test their experiment, and it totally destroyed. The Kansas Kansas is Paul Ryan's America in a bio. Kansas Paul Ryan this won't get enough. Attention. I think because Trump went out there, and he's gonna talk about all the places he campaigned and take credit for everything you took credit for, but Kansas an example of him being poisoned pill. He endorsed crisco Bach who lost the governorship in Kansas in like primary congressman Mark Sanford in South Carolina, the person he endorsed then went onto lose Trump was actually a poison pill. Couple elections about Kansas to is again, you see a test of this idea is can someone's anti immigrant bona fides be enough to overcome the sense in the state that right wing Republican politics has been bad for business bad for their bottom line bad for people's ability to pay for things in their lives, their teachers, the teachers in their schools getting enough money and tear. The answer was no, which is really exciting. And I think you can connect it. And we're talking about with you connected to some of the ballot measures that passed that show you that inside of even deep Republican states. There is a resistance to right wing politics. And there an openness to democr-. Ideas. Whether it's a Medicaid expansion or electing a democratic governor, even though you've been sending Republicans to the Senate for years doesn't get more conservative than Kansas now to have Laura Kelly win that governorship. I still think it she could have won even with another Republican because the you had this confluence of events where the under the stewardship of Brownback it. He destroyed the economy so badly that even Republicans independence, you know, in Kansas. We're saying it's time for some new. We'll try a democrat. I remember like our old friend, Kathleen civilians, so governor of Kansas and the our health and Human Services Secretary. She reached out a couple of months ago. It was like you should come to a pod and Kansas because we have real racist. Here. We have a governor's race. There's a couple of houses, we could flip and civilians as usually was absolutely right. We're not sure if we help a little Kansas to me, it's a little bit like lower Kelly showing up midway through the game bioshock after they've tried libertarian, governance and. That's that's five.

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"crisco bach" Discussed on Deconstructed with Mehdi Hasan

Deconstructed with Mehdi Hasan

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"crisco bach" Discussed on Deconstructed with Mehdi Hasan

"This is about saying, quote, unquote, America's better than this. Do we think we've got that much of a message from tonight? Can we can we look back and say, you know, what these mid tombs did drew a little bit of a line in the sand against the kind of racism and bigotry that we've seen over the past two years. I think that's a mixed answer. And I think it depends again, it depends on where where there's a few places where the answer was. Yes. I mean crisco Bach. Who is a, you know, a Trumpian figure many ways Electra he's the governor of Kansas. He lost in Kansas on a night that Democrats didn't do fantastic. Lean gubernatorial races co Bokolas there's a race in New York that I thought was very interesting John faster Republican running against a black Rhodes scholar and Harvard law grad we insisted on calling big city rapper because he cut a rap album when he was in his twenties in a district at eighty percent white that Trump Terry Delgada wins that race Steve king narrowly ekes out of injury in a district plus thirteen plus fourteen although he is returning to congress. And you think you see it awesome. Those suburban districts that went so heavily for Democrats where the basic conventional wisdom bore out which was that a lot of suburban voters early. College educated white women were four or five by the way, the president conduction cells. The again, the problem for Democrats is there are a lot of different constituencies with different needs in different places that they need to organize mobilize and turn out. And that is that is a harder task building vibrant, multi racial coalitions than the task the Republicans of seven so but they did a good job of building coalitions. It's been great, you know, relatively great turnout. Among some of these communities tonight. The problem of cool is that the Republicans of built wonderful systems of stopping these people from voting and one of the problems as a Brit watching these elections of yours as outside. I look at these nations. I think by any international definition of free and fair elections, these free and fair elections. Do Americans realize the other countries don't run elections. Let you guys do with these epic long lines in these broken machines, and these ridiculous voter ideals. I think there is some sense. I mean, again, the the laws are so different places. So like the folks who vote by mail north west realize it I mean, they look at the rest of this and say what the heck are you doing? Right. And there are places that has seen they registration in the country and that works pretty well too. So yeah, I think there's some sense. I think it'll be interesting to see the priority. The democratic government place on it with their big opera. Their big opportunities is about initiative to sort of expand voting rights in Michigan that pass you know of. Democratic governor Gretchen Whitmer there how much priority again in New York. You now have Democrats unified control that state New York. Blue state has some of the worst voting wells. There's no early voting. It's notoriously terrible states voted for lots of reasons, we'll they attack that. And then Florida yet one point one point four million, you know, people with felony convictions who have now been Rian French passage of amendment for a big win tonight. That's right. And that and that will also change things and just on the personnel. Nuncio Pelosi Chuck Schumer in charge of the Democrats in the Senate and the house policies going to become speaker. Again, she's been talking about bipartisanship and reach across the aisle to which will have some Democrats some people in the left, you know, wanting to vomit are they safe in their jobs. Do think now for the time Beal will some of the new amendments be saying we need some fresh blood of the top people who want to take the fight to the Republicans. I think they are pretty safe. But I think there's growing disgruntlement. And I think it'll be interesting. I mean, let me tell you I've covered for while Nancy Pelosi knows how to count votes. People father was the mayor of Baltimore. She came up in the absolute most cut through kind of urban machine, politics and anti Pelosi knows how to with boats and knows how to count votes and knows how to get enough votes to be the next week or the hands like..

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"crisco bach" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

NPR Politics Podcast

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"crisco bach" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

"But what have Democrats been saying about what they want to do that one of the things that they're talking about his campaign finance reform? It's as Bill called the disclose act that house and Senate Democrats have been talking about for some time. It would be it would force outside groups to say where they get their money from. But that is not some big blockbuster of a Bill. It doesn't really fit in with like the big hope for change that people are talking about if we believe that a wave election is you know, is an indication that the country wants something vastly different. I think campaign finance reform might not scratch that each. Yeah. Well, Democrats have one half of one third of the government. That ain't nothing. That ain't nothing. What's nothing is nothing. And like the fact of the matter is when you're not in control of anything is when again, you get steamrolled, and you know, Republicans would have absolutely done all they could push their legislative agenda forward. And now there's just not able to. All right. Let's turn to governors because this is another area that we've been watching and where it's been a mixed result. There is not one overriding message. But there are a lot of really interesting races Osma. Yeah. I mean, look this was a situation where there were many pickup opportunities for Democrats, and they didn't pick up maybe as many as some really eager Democrats would have hoped for. But I would say that there were some interesting winds. I mean, you have a democrat who won in Michigan. You have a democrat who won in Illinois, and perhaps the most interesting to me was you had a democrat who won in Kansas, and we should point out that the opponent. They're the Republican on the ticket was crisco Bach. Who? Who you may recall was Donald Trump's I believe it was very short lived election voter integrity, voter fraud commission. He was the vice chair of that. So he was a key Trump ally. And this is a situation in which we see being highly associated with Trump did not necessarily pan out in. He was also highly associated with Sam Brownback who is a former governor of Kansas who is wildly unpopular. So it's not a totally decisive Kansas was complicated. And there was a third party candidate. And there are still several complicated races out there that have not been resolved as of the time that we were sitting here. And I think that maybe we'll see a strong trend when we come back this afternoon. When if the big one of the things I should point out again in Florida, which a lot of people were watching some of the polls had indicated that Andrew gillum had a lead the democrat and Rhonda Santa's his opponent, the Republican pulled out just by about a percentage point or so in the end. So you could argue it was probably within some of the margin of error for some of these polls. But but that one I think did tilt a away that Democrats probably would have hoped had gone the other way, and the Trump White House is very excited about that one because Trump endorsed Santa's in the primary and he went to Florida twice in the last week. This is another one of those races where his pride was on the line. And in the end his candidate one final thoughts. What are you coming away from tonight, one of the things Democrats had to prove this year is that they aren't just a party of the coasts? They came away from twenty sixteen having that as being a very potent allegation about the party that they could. Only represent big cities and big liberal bastions. And they went about finding new ways to recruit candidates that reflected very different version of the party, and they're coming out of this midterm election being able to say that they can win in Iowa they can win in Oklahoma. They can win in Kansas, and they can be a part of that has a.

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"crisco bach" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"crisco bach" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"I'm only home when I have to be in order to save. My Senate seat not supposed to admit that. But that same year twenty four fourteen Senator Roberts had a new reason to be home. I he did have a tough primary challenge that year, which he survived only by single digits, and then when he got to the general election. Senator Pat Roberts was again faced with a challenge from not one but two other candidates who was running against a democrat. But he was also running against an independent and independent named Greg Orman a bit of an outsider. He was a rich guy who entered the race late in the game that year, but he had the doing really well really early at one point. He was pulling ten points ahead of this incumbent Republican Senator Pat Roberts and with that upstart independent candidate doing great in that Kansas Senate race. It's interesting. The democrat in that three way race decided to drop out which left Greg Orman this independent. A clear shot at winning this race. It was him against Pat Roberts. He had a clear shot at unseating longtime Republican Senator Pat Roberts. He coulda done might have done. He definitely had a chance to do it. He did not do it. Greg Orman this independent? He was head to head with Pat Robertson, the end, but he lost to Pat Roberts by ten points on election day, and that in fact helped the national Republican party when a new majority in the US Senate for two thousand fourteen. Well now this year in two thousand eighteen Greg Orman is back and he's in another three way race this time. It's for governor in that state this year, the Republican candidate for governor of Kansas is the Kansas secretary of state, Chris Kobuk who is way way way out there on the right? And he would not mind me saying, so so I don't mean that to cast aspersions. He just is the democratic candidate is a well-known moderate longtime state Senator named Laura Kelly. Now between crisco Bach and Laura Kelly the two of them the race is excruciatingly close the latest polling from Emerson shows. Crisco Bach ahead in that governor's race by one point. A new poll from Ipsos shows the democrat Laura Kelly up by two points in Kansas. I mean, you basically can't fit a penny between the two candidates of the two major parties. But that race has been a little crowded because that guy Greg Orman is also running for governor of Kansas again as an independent and in those same polls that show a one or two point race between the democrat and the Republican there's Greg Orman polling it eight or nine points. Greg Orman from eight or nine points in the polls. He appears to have no chance at all to win or to get anywhere close to winning. But he's definitely pulling more than enough oats to change the outcome of this race. And honestly because Greg Orman is running as a moderate the candidate Ormond seems to be pulling votes. From is the other moderate in the race democrat, Laura Kelly and to win in Kansas. She will need every last vote. She can wrangle now. Greg Orman says he has no intention of bowing out of this. Governor's race. Even though he's only polling at eight or nine percent. He has no intention of quitting. But now someone on his campaign definitely thinks that he should yesterday. The treasurer of the Greg Orman campaign who himself is a Republican former state Senator from Kansas, the treasurer of orlands campaign resigned. So he could endorse the democratic candidate Laura Kelly. He said in a statement released by Kelly's gubernatorial campaign, quote, Laura Kelly is the only viable candidate for governor who can win and bring people together I've been a friend and colleague Greg Orman for several years. I supported is run for Senate in two thousand fourteen and until today I supported his run for governor. However, this is a critical election for Kansas. We cannot risk the future of our state, quote, electing Chris Kobuk, governor is one of the worst things that could happen to our state. That's the campaign treasurer for the potential spoiler independent candidate in Kansas. He himself a former Repub Republican and a former state Senator he saying he has no choice, but to drop out of the campaign for the independent candidate and switch instead to the democrat. He says it's the only way to stop crisco Bach from taking office which again, he says would be one of the worst things that could happen to our state..

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"crisco bach" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"crisco bach" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"And whenever you know, I venture out to an event or the democratic club meeting or something like that, I always see him. He's out and about and doing the legwork. I just, you know, he could use some money, so if people can afford to give him money, he could. He could really use it. He's his fundraising isn't going great this time as it did two years ago, but, but he's in this thing. Yeah. Well, people don't really understand the whole concept of independent and it really took Bernie many, many us in in Vermont before people could. Understand what he was doing and who he was and what he, you know, and how you just jokes the position democrat and independent and what that means. And it took a while. But now people understand that right now I'm gonna. I'm hoping that the people in in Miami Dade pick up on it faster and start, you know, start going for it. Yeah, I hope so too Broward, hey, Howie Klein, the Donald Trump is, is you have a piece coming up at down with tyranny tomorrow morning about Donald Trump, a delusional Trump wants the midterms to be all about him. Democrats can't believe their luck. He is making this about him and it was the the Kansas race was was last week, but the the in the in the primary for Governor, Chris co BAC now it turns out I is the winner he defeated in the primary. He defeated the sitting governor of Kansas. And I guess the party's not happy about that because they think crisco Bach is a nut and he's going to have a harder time winning in the. General, this is an. They think it he is not. But now that they, they did polling on it, you know, and the polling showed very clearly that the democratic candidate would would beat co Kovac but could not beat whatever his name was. The guy who was appointed Collier tennis something or when when Brownback left this guy got a point a point or what medically became governor. So you know, that's a very strange situation when someone's not in the elected governor. You know, there are a lot of voters. Don't like that and they often lose, but he was elected Lieutenant governor. In any case, it was very close. I think in the end it was something like two or three hundred votes separating them. And so Kovac is the winner. And of course, the extremist Republicans are very happy about that..

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"crisco bach" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

NPR Politics Podcast

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"crisco bach" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

"We're kicking up a new season with legendary singer songwriter, Erica bad do. That's why they call me fat belly Bella because they've never know when I'm going to be impregnated. Subscribe now and we're back and we've been talking about yesterday's primary results. But last week we left you with a cliffhanger in the state of Kansas during the results. Last night, Kansas Republican governor, Jeff Collier conceded the race to his secretary of state crisco Bach who had challenged him in the gubernatorial primary remind us what happened to Mexico before he get there. I should concede that there is in fact a cliff in Kansas. Thank you because I made what I usually do, which is make some off handed remark about how there's no cliffs in Kansas. First time. Anyone ever said that cliffhanger in Kansas, and we got barrages of photos and especially from echo cliff park. That's a legit cliff. I as a native midwesterner as I may have mentioned once or twice will not call you a coastal elitist because you are from queen's and that doesn't count. But still you are from a coastal state and we don't know from queens or just aspiring elitist, never. But tell us what happened in Kim? All right. So in Kansas, you had crisco Bach and the sitting governor Jeff Collier were separated by about ninety. One votes. Then suddenly there was a re canvass and last night Collier conceded to co, Bach Kobuk wound up going up about three hundred and forty. Five votes call. You could see the writing on the wall, and now Bach is the Republican nominee. And again, this matters because co box a pretty controversial guy. Absolutely. I mean, he ran President Trump's election integrity commission. He's a pretty hard liner on voter ID laws. He's a hardliner on immigration, and you know voters in Kansas have been upset with what they've seen with former governor Sam Brownback and his big cuts to public funding to a lot of things. And that was one of the reasons his approval ratings bound up falling. And now Democrats feel like they have a chance to win with Quebec on the ticket. And this brings me to another point I want to touch on, which is just this -nificant edgy. -cation in in several of these races that we're talking about lower Kelly, the state Senator who is running as the democrat running for governor in Kansas. So she a little background on her. She led the fight to essentially preserve education funding as the ranking member of the Kansas Senate ways and means committee, former governor, Sam Brown back led a fight to cut the budget. She pushed back against that. So she's somebody who's known for her support for education that's likely to be an issue in this race. It's also likely to be an issue in a couple of these other races we've been talking about. So in Wisconsin, Tony Evers is a state superintendent of education. He's the democrat running against Republican governor, Scott Walker, who we all recall at a big fight against the teachers unions in Wisconsin several years ago. And then we have a teacher of the year, Johanna Hayes in Connecticut, who we've mentioned before. She was the 2016 sixteen national teacher of the year running for Connecticut's fifth district, several races where education funding these kind of, you know, kitchen table issues that come up a lot, but. Education is a big one should be part of the conversation. So the irony in Wisconsin is rich though. I mean, if Walker were to lose to the school state school superintendent, every teacher in the state who's been trying to recall him and lost. All those elections will absolutely be, you know, partying in the streets rather than protesting the way they had been. The fact is with with Walker, we should point out. He's never run in a year where Republicans had the wind in their face in two thousand ten, two thousand fourteen those Republican wave years..

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Senate, Attorney and Scott Walker discussed on Power Trading Radio

Power Trading Radio

00:10 sec | 3 years ago

Senate, Attorney and Scott Walker discussed on Power Trading Radio

"Meanwhile in, deep red Kansas, current governor Jeff Collier conceited defeat in a razor thin, primary against secretary of state Chris, Kobuk a week after polls closed

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"crisco bach" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

Pantsuit Politics

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"crisco bach" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

"I, if we are to scale down our approach to incarceration, I can't even put into words how much money that will save us. And those are resources that could go to things like victim support, even sometimes victims security. If you've been stalk. By someone and we're not going to imprison that person. Let's let's talk about how we can keep you feeling safe and keep you actually safe with that person not incarcerated for some period of time. You know, I think there are ways to better serve victims in the process than what we're doing today to especially because today, if if that's stalker is sitting in prison, continuing to fixate on you as victim and eventually is released. No-one served by that and I'm just using stalking as one example of many obviously. But I, but I've been thinking a lot about that victim perspective and it is an important one in one I don't wanna leave behind in the conversation. Yeah, I think it's really hard and that's why I kind of brought up the. We're not just talking about non violent drug offenders here. We have to really think hard about what this means for violent crime, how we want to treat people who commit violent crime. How we think about those people. I was just noticing. I think I'm going to watch it. I'm at, I'll be intrigued to see if any of our listeners have watched it. I, it's. A new Netflix show, or they're talking to men who committed murder in berry, like sort of in-depth ways to hear their stories. I think it really honestly to the way you think about present and crime, whether you're a victim or not is a lot is very predictive on sort of how you see the world. Do you see the world an into an individual's place in it as all choice? Because I feel like I have conversation with family members that they just feel like everybody's just making their own individual choices in everybody can choose better in a given moment. That's not personally how I see the world. You know, I don't see. I don't see us as just everybody's an island making their own choices. I feel see us as individuals doing the best we can and incredibly diverse array of circumstances as players and complex systems that we don't make the rules for that sort of outlook and philosophy plays a lot in how you feel about this too. I think that's well said, and it's something that I think about a lot too because I tend toward whatever the environmental systemic factors are. We are still responsible for our own choices. And that is my main objection to the the system of incarceration. It deprives everyone of the agency to do better. You know, I think a lot about that saying and I won't get it exactly. Right. Probably because I've put my own spin on it somewhere along the way about how most people need a place to call home an experience, a meaningful experience of love and meaningful work to do. And I think that's what most people really do need. And our prison system takes people who weren't getting those things anyway. Probably most of the time and says, you're never going to have them. What do we think is going to come of that? Yeah. All right. Shifting dramatically to Tuesday's elections. We had a special election, Ohio, which my favorite point was what a giant waste of money since these days are just dudes are going to just have to turn around and run run against each other in November. And then we had primaries in Kansas and Michigan. Am I missing anything? Missouri. Oh, Yamazoe are-. Missouri. Well, first and foremost, the one I most excited about is friend of the pot and my longtime friend from way way back the Hillary Clinton campaign. Hayley Stevens won her primary Michigan. Yeah. Hey, congratulations. Haley. I have no doubt. She's in a win the election and be like the most fabulous congresswoman. I'm so excited. I was really interested in watching the Kansas race between the two gentleman named Ron. ESTES, which my husband and I were laughing about how that kind of takes the race between two Stacy's that we were very excited about in a Holden. But the incumbent Ron, ESTES defeated his challenger. What I think is so bananas right now is this gubernatorial primary where crisco Bach is going to have to oversee the process of a recount in his own election comb on..

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Missouri Voters Reject Anti-Union Law in a Victory for Labor

Doug Stephan

00:44 sec | 3 years ago

Missouri Voters Reject Anti-Union Law in a Victory for Labor

"Missouri voters for example. When you look at the five, states they scrapped a right to work, law the would have banned mandatory union fees sixty seven percent of voters decided to repeal the law so if it. Had been passed the law would have mandated an employee's don't have. To? Join labor unions to pay union fees as a condition of employment that that was, kind. Of interesting there are some. Other states earlier on that had the same, thing right didn't we talk about some other state and. The supreme court just decided actually that right You don't have to join unions in California or. Hold everyone. Actually maybe across the board you're right 'cause presidents. Would be set by the supreme. Court. The case. Was out of

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FDA Updates Progress on Romaine Lettuce E. coli Outbreak Investigation - Quality Assurance & Food Safety

Sean Hannity

00:31 sec | 3 years ago

FDA Updates Progress on Romaine Lettuce E. coli Outbreak Investigation - Quality Assurance & Food Safety

"With insider trading and lying to. The FBI and instead of telling, the truth he lied by lying to the FBI, they compounded they're insider trading crime with the crime of criminal cover. Up President, Trump's attorney Rudy, Giuliani says his team has responded to, special counsel Robert Muller's request to. Interview Trump although there are no details Giuliani announced earlier this week that they were not going to agree to all of. Moller's terms a couple of races are still without a clear winner in yesterday's primary elections in certain

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"crisco bach" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"crisco bach" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"Well, you could, you could say the same about the Republican party's fortune. In fact, we've all been talking about it for a year now where you have Donald Trump endorsement that helped somebody like crisco Bach. Possibly win the Republican nomination, but then sets him upsets the Republican party up for a makes it more likely that they lose in the fall because of just what we saw on though Haya race last night, the massive bleeding of Republicans and what was once. Republican, strong stronghold, the suburbs since the late nineteen sixties have been where Republicans have gone to win elections. And now Donald Trump endorsement of a candidate like Kovach that repels so many people in in those wants solidly Republican areas. So. A win timber or a win in August possibly leads to a big laws in the fall. That is. Certainly it was so striking you had that Trump endorsement of co back in a couple of hours later on Monday right before the election, Mr. Kansas Republican politics. Bob Dole ninety five years old. Now weighs in with an endorsement of Quebec's opponent the the acting governor. So that was sort of the establishment speaking in response to Donald Trump, making that move. I will say the interesting thing when you put those results up right now, we're still clinging to that lead of just over five hundred votes is one county one giant county one, giant suburban upscale more affluent county Johnson county, overland park, Kansas, for instance, right outside Kansas City. That's where the outstanding votes have been now for. I'm going to say the last eight hours basically everything's from Johnson county. When Johnson county was completely outstanding at about midnight, everybody's assumption was that's it. Now here is going to win this nomination. Because kopecks not gonna win in these suburbs. Now, about two thirds of Johnson county has been counted overnight and co bet continues to lead the suburbs have not strangely enough come through for Collier the way they were expected to overnight to. Certainly, I think it's true co back in November. If you're democrat, you're saying, oh my goodness, this is a golden opportunity to win the Republican nominee. But though suburbs that are supposed to be endangered, the Republicans voting there may be no, not seeing it that way quite as much. Willie Kopach winning. If he ends up winning is. I mean it's clear mccaskill trying to draw Todd ache and back the last time she ran and you never know how it turns out co Bach may be different than Todd ache and when he gets out on the campaign trail and may do much much better..

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"crisco bach" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"crisco bach" Discussed on Here & Now

"This is an area where animals mean a lot of people. That's why they're in some of these areas so they can have their animals. And so there was a hopeful note for you that we want to mention because a lot of people love seeing this picture. We're gonna, put it here now, dot org, a chicken and a cat huddled at a doorstep, looking as if they done ten rounds with each other. The firefighters found them huddled there for safety on this porch, and this is your chicken. He it is, and it's a pretty. It was a pretty cool story. We didn't know that it sir. Survived when we were leaving. We didn't have room. So he just let the chickens out and just hope for the best. And then a couple of days later, my neighbor sent me a message. She said, well, that's amazing about our neighbors chicken, earn abors cat in your chicken, and I had no idea what she was talking about, and then I saw the new stories on it, and we called around the vets in reading and we found it and we gave our address and they said, Yep, that's where we found it. We were able to pick it up and bring it to my mother-in-law's house and it's running around with six other chickens right now. This is brownie the chicken who survived the fire. We understand the firefighters actually went back to make sure the chicken and the cat row k. you need these signs of life. Yeah. So the firefighters they got him in a kennel together, brought him to the vet in just a heartwarming story in all of this sadness. Of survival Hanukkah from Redding California again or home was destroyed in the car fire, Hannah. We wish you and your neighbors the very best. Thanks so much for speaking with us. Thank you. I appreciate it. We are following a number of primaries in a number of states today in Kansas Republican, governor, Jeff Collier is trying to hold onto his job at President. Trump threw a wrench into those plans yesterday when he endorsed Republican, Chris co, Bach, Kansas secretary of state tuning us. Now from Topeka is Jim McLean of case yours, Kansas news service. I Jim hydra me. Thanks for checking in well, and thanks for being here. Crisco Bach is known for his hardline views on immigration. He served on the president's controversial election integrity commission, and the Republican governors association did not want the president to endorse him up, but he did, here's Kobe yesterday or today on Fox.

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From DMZ to ship at sea, Trump-Kim summit site rumors swirl

Midday on WNYC

01:16 min | 3 years ago

From DMZ to ship at sea, Trump-Kim summit site rumors swirl

"More than one hundred million dollars of his own money in a race that political observers say could end up being the most expensive gubernatorial contest in us history cambridge analytica has suspended its ceo alexander knicks affected immediately as npr's colin dwyer reports the move comes as the london based data mining firm deals with a series of high profile allegations cambridge analytica stands accused of improperly accessing data on fifty million facebook users for political purposes both companies are facing scrutiny because of it but cambridge analytica also had another scandal surfaced this week a british broadcaster released hidden camera footage of it's ceo appearing to confirm the company has engaged in dirty political tricks cambridge analytic kaz board of directors say nixon's comments do not represent the company's values it is suspending and replacing him during an independent investigation that's unlikely to satisfy the british government though officials there want to see sees the company's servers to find out how the company allegedly stole and misused that facebook data college wire npr news south korea's president is hinting of a possible threeway summit with president trump and north korea's leader kim jong on jason strathern reports from seoul president moon jaein said that after he and president trump hold their own summits with kim jong hoon there's a chance that all three leaders could meet together his remarks were made while discussing plans for his bilateral summit in late april inside the korean demilitarized zone according to media reports president trump is expected to meet kim by the end of may a location for that summit has not been announced moon says these meetings could lead to north korea's denuclearization for npr news i'm jason structure in seoul this is npr news a federal judge is criticizing kansas secretary of state crisco bach for failing to ensure that certain voters no they can participate in an upcoming election u s district court judge julie robinson is weighing motion by the american civil liberties union to hold coal back in contempt of her injunction against a kansas law the statute requires proof of citizenship when registering driver licensing offices robinson blocked.

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