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NYC's first African-American mayor, David Dinkins, has died

Steve Scott

01:09 min | 2 d ago

NYC's first African-American mayor, David Dinkins, has died

"New York City's only black Mayor, David Dinkins, has died. WCBS reporter Mac Rosenberg joins us live from City Hall. Michael David Dinkins like to refer to New York City is a gorgeous mosaic. The city's 106th and first African American mayor held a few titles before being elected in 1989. He was first Manhattan borough president, State assemblyman and city clerk before he upset three term incumbent Democrat Ed Koch in the primary and then narrowly defeated Rudy Giuliani in the general election, who would beat Dinkins four years later. Think it took over a city that was in trouble economically, and also saw racial tensions come to a head during his administration with the Crown Heights riots for which the state ultimately said Jenkins did not act quick enough. He later admitted regret for that. Former governor David Paterson said that Jenkins tried very hard to be the mayor of all the people. Civil rights activist Al Sharpton says that Dinkins made American politics more inclusive and progressive. Dinkins wife, Joyce died in October and the former mayor died last night at the age of

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Former New York Governor David Paterson says coronavirus spread due to lack of discipline

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | Last month

Former New York Governor David Paterson says coronavirus spread due to lack of discipline

"Is out with a new book. Patterson presided over New York through one of the most tumultuous periods in in Albany's Albany's history, history, guiding guiding the the state state through through the the recession recession from from 2008 2008 to to 2010. 2010. He He talked talked with with 10 10 10 10 wins wins Brian Brian Britain Britain about about one one of of today's today's crises, crises, the the Corona Corona virus virus pandemic, pandemic, He He says says the the virus virus Is Is spreading spreading again again because because of of a a lack lack of of discipline. discipline. Large Large people people contracting contracting the the virus. virus. We We were were down down under under 1% 1% about about a a month month ago. ago. We're We're back back over over in in there. there. Parts Parts of of the the city where we've got 67% of people testing having the virus and that's on ly because we haven't been able to be disciplined. And he says the fact that President Trump has the virus goes to show how it can happen to anybody. Patterson's new book is called Black, Blind and in charge. He describes it as part political memoir, Part autobiography and American history. Wins news time. 1

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"david paterson" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:56 min | 2 months ago

"david paterson" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Renee is here to tell us this morning, Mark and Lian. A potential case of that new Mets team president would be former Metsgeneral manager Sandy Alderson Cohen in a statement, saying, If he's fortunate enough to be approved, is the amazing new owner Alderson will become president of the Mets and oversee all baseball and business operations, adding that Cindy's and accomplished and respected baseball executive who shares Cohen's philosophy of building an organization and a team. The right way noticed nothing, said about current general manager Brodie van wagon, and But if you read between the lines, there might not need to be anything, said Mark In a temp. 10 wins sports. Let's beat the Nationals 32 last night, meaning that still have a shot at the playoffs. The Yankees still in second place in the A L. East, despite dropping another game to the Blue Jays last night, 4 to 1. According to former governor David Paterson. New memoir Black, Blind and in charge Chris Christie once made a potentially deadly threat against Michael Bloomberg. Patterson claims that Christy threatened to sit on Bloomberg, as Patterson tells it happened 10 years ago when Queen Elizabeth came to ground zero to lay a wreath Christie than governor of New Jersey was waiting for the Queen and Bloomberg to arrive in Hazel Patterson that Bloomberg was probably going to try to get in between them and the Queen. Henderson said. He was okay with that. But Christie, he says, was P OD, and he told Patterson. If Bloomberg tried it, Patterson should trip him. And Christy would sit on him. Other highlights of the book include Patterson, breaking the News of failing at Spitzer's Hooker scandal to Hillary Clinton. A rare apology from Kim Jong UN for the killing of a South Korean fisheries worker who was apparently trying to defect from the south to the north. It's usually the other way around. The worker was shot 10 times after he floated into North Korean waters on some kind of object. His body was then burns to prevent the spread of covert 19, according to the North. Apology, which may have lost something in translation reads as follows. Chairman Kim Jong UN asked to convey that he feels very sorry that instead of giving aid to our compatriots in the South, who is struggling with covert epidemic We have given President Moon and our compatriots in the South. Ah, great disappointment with this unseen misfortune in our sea. The North Koreans claim to have zero cases of cove it in their country. 63 It's partly cloudy and we're going up to 80 in Midtown today Wins news time 7 19 That's Indian. Terri. Parallel action that present memory. This is a complete this will attack in comfort,.

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High water remains in some parts of Houston after Beta passes through

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:18 min | 2 months ago

High water remains in some parts of Houston after Beta passes through

"Now to the flash flooding the warnings as we're on the air tonight up to fourteen inches of rain. In fact, flooding parts of downtown Houston tonight more on the way and high water rescues are underway as well. Here's our chief national correspondent backup in from Houston. Tonight. The remnants of tropical storm Beta stolen right over southeast texts, all these parts struck. With blinding rain came rising water. We were there on I. Wait to eight in Houston with water came up fast. Oh, it looks like a car stuff right up there. We managed to get out and they're yes but dozens of motorists the nation's fourth largest city. I Bid Day Houston Fire Department, rescuing more than sixty people motorists with those lifted pickups plowing the pat I expect to have a hundred or two hundred plus vehicles recovery today it took its time but made landfall and history overnight the first storm named with a Greek letter ever to hit the continental us. And David you can tell by the cars that are trapped here how fast these waters can rise and are still eight four inches of rain forecast for Houston fruits Louisiana areas that got battered by Hurricane Laura there are still more than forty thousand people without power in Louisiana. David Paterson, stunning? Image. Matter. Thanks to you.

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"david paterson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"david paterson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Evan Haning. This Sunday the revenue rabbi would like to welcome former New York state governor, David Paterson was. The governor always governor. Absolutely. We refer to them as the governor. Governor don't miss governor David Paterson on the ramp. And the rabbi this Sunday, eight AM on seventy seven WABC. Seventy-seven WABC. Program does not necessarily reflect the views of ABC radio the world is in writer place with the yellow nasho. Hey, ruin it's welcome to the on the show. ABC Radio New York. The number one talk radio station in the country. So have you to all of you today? Thank you so much with winning in. And I hope you weaken is going great. And you know, I don't know about you. But I'm so sick of winter. I don't want winter anymore in my mind. I'm already in the springtime and in my garden and bathing in the sun talking to my roses. This is where I am. And they say, you know, visualize, and it will happen. So I hope it will happen very soon like maybe next two weeks or so. Dream baby dream. But seriously now, let's talk about today's episode. I have a great show for you. But if I tell you more, I always ask please don't forget to tell your friends. The show every weekend. Bring the world's biggest stars greatest experts to inspire you and to entertain you. And also, I want to thank you for all of you. Beautiful messages all the notes little hearts roses. Invade Stu fantastic dates. My gosh. What are you gonna do? Now. I know what I'm gonna do. I'm going to just took about today's guests. So here we go. I have for you incredible Grammy award winning violin. Virtuoso Miri Bonaire Decem of you probably know that has the hip hop violinist and later in the show, I like to dive into very very hot davick. We are going to talk about stem cells. So for that exciting segment, I have invited brilliant documentary director producer writer, Eric Merola. We're going to discuss his latest documentary, the gut cells and also very exciting scientific innovations, and I love to summarize today's episode with the poetry Kerner, and my favorite poet fell Lassiter Brown, aka Manno, Donna, she's been described as a hidden jewel of contemporary poetry, and I see on YouTube channel and social media that thousands and thousands.

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"david paterson" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

06:51 min | 2 years ago

"david paterson" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"To eight. Oh, okay. I was speaking about this situation in New York state and in New York state that the Republicans who control the state Senate believe it or not in the state of New York for eight years. And now they've lost. And the Democrats are basically going crazy. And. This guy who has been a problem Kevin s Parker. A Brooklyn democrat keeps getting reelected. He favors bow ties. Not that. There's anything wrong with it. But Senator Parker. Responded to all the people in his own party. Who said don't joke about suicide don't tell someone who criticizes you for using a parking pass. You're not entitled to us. To go kill herself. An hour after he apologized, Mr. Parker decided to tweet some more. He suggested that MS Jove would been one criticizing his parking pass had been on the wrong side of history for every important issue. Facing New York state. Mr. Parker who wants referred to his fellow democrat governor, David Paterson. Also, a former colleague in the Senate as a coke snorting governor a reference to Mr. Patterson's, admissions of past drug use those wacky Democrats. He also made reference to Mr. Patterson's professional and sexual habits in particularly pointed terms, you should see a nor was this. The first time Mr. Parker is found himself in the headlines. In two thousand five Mr. Parker had been arrested and charged with punching a traffic agent when he knows the agent was writing a summons for the senators double parked car. The charges were eventually dismissed then too. There was that time in two thousand nine when Senator Parker was indicted on a charge of assaulting and menacing and New York Post tog refer who was staking out, the senators mother's home. He was later found guilty of two misdemeanor counts of criminal mischief, but acquitted of more serious felony charges. He received three years probation command to attend an anger management class. Well, how if he did attend that anger management class? I'm not sure it worked. And right now, speaking of anger management, I understand they're a bunch of people out there. Who are very very very very angry at President Trump because he appears to be moving away from a government shutdown. And honestly, I do not understand this. If if you think it is a good thing to shut down the government. Then maybe you should check out some of the polls there are three. Major polls off would show that the president. And the GOP would be overwhelmingly blamed by the public. For instance. Politico morning, console poll says a clear majority of voters fifty five percent say a wall along the border with Mexico is not important enough to shut down the government. Thirty one percent. Twenty four percent less. Say it's important enough to shut down the government. This is. Two other polls one for USA. They all show that the Republicans would be blamed for this. So what is the strategy here? How does this work? And I know that when people think about this, they think, well, if Trump just sticks to his guns, if Trump just sticks to his guns. The Democrats won't relent will relent they have to they have to because people will be so angry here, but they're not going to be angry at the Democrats are going to be angry at us. And here's here's the thing. Do I think that it is likely that sooner or later somebody has to give? Yes. But the folks who would give would be if not President Trump his fellow Republicans in congress. Go ahead and pass a temporary spending Bill over the president's veto. I mean, honestly, they've just come out there and say, Mr President, why are you doing this dividing the party over what? And again, they should go ahead and get some kind of agreement for enhanced border security spending. They got that last time. Apparently, at least before this became such an obvious winning issue for them Pelosi and Schumer were willing to go that direction anyway. And now Trump is saying he can find some other wiggle room. And given the budget to go ahead and make further progress on on the wall. I do not understand. The argument for the utility of a government shutdown. What is this mania for hurting people? And there are people will be hurt by a government shutdown and not just government workers. I mean, they're they're whatever they shut down. It's a massive cost. It's a massive inconvenience and for what? The the idea that President Trump is listening to better advice. I don't think he deserves criticism. I think he deserves acknowledgement that this is the direction that the country really needs to go one eight hundred nine five five seventeen seventy six special section in the Wall Street Journal today. About the nation's divisions. And Gerald sybe writes kind of amazingly using an example of two counties in Georgia in this last election. Election results in two Georgia counties. Lying not far apart. Tell the story of this year's midterms and of the deeply divided nation. Voting revealed in the two thousand sixteen presidential election democrat, Hillary Clinton carried Georgia's Gwinnett county by six percentage points this year, Democrats Stacey Abrams carry the same county by a margin twice as large twelve points. Down the highway in Johnson county, Republican Donald Trump one two years ago by thirty eight percent this year Republican gubernatorial candidate Brian camp won the county by an even heftier forty five percent as that suggests the two thousand eighteen vote didn't shrink the nation's deep divisions, but mostly reinforced and in some cases, expanded them in many places across the nation. Read Republican areas got redder while the democratic areas. Got more blue lovers of President Trump show. They continue to adore him. Perhaps even more.

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"david paterson" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:50 min | 2 years ago

"david paterson" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"To eight. Oh, okay. I I was speaking about this situation in New York state and in New York state that the Republicans who control the state Senate believe it or not in the state of New York for eight years. And now they've lost. And the Democrats are basically going crazy. And. This guy who has been a problem Kevin s Parker. A Brooklyn democrat keeps getting reelected. He favors bow ties. Not that. There's anything wrong with it. But Senator Parker. Responded to all the people in his own party. Who said don't joke about suicide don't tell someone who criticizes you for using a parking pass. You're not entitled to us. To go kill herself. An hour after he apologized, Mr. Parker decided to tweet some more. He suggested that MS Jove would been one criticizing his parking pass had been on the wrong side of history for every important issue. Facing New York state. Mr. Parker who wants referred to his fellow democrat governor, David Paterson. Also, former colleague in the Senate as a coke snorting governor a reference to Mr. Patterson's, admissions of past drug use those wacky Democrats. He also made reference to Mr. Patterson's professional and sexual habits in particularly pointed terms. You should see a nor was this. The first time as to Parker is found himself in the headlines. In two thousand five Mr. Parker been arrested and charged with punching a traffic agent when he knows the agent was writing a summons for the senators double parked car. The charges were eventually dismissed then too. There was that time in two thousand nine when Senator Parker was indicted on a charge of assaulting and menacing and New York Post, the tog refer who was staking out, the senators mother's home. He was later found guilty of two misdemeanor counts of criminal mischief, but acquitted of more serious felony charges. He received three years probation command to attend an anger management class. Well, how if he did attend that anger management class? I'm not sure it worked. And right now, it's being anger management. I understand they're bunch of people out there. Who are very very very very angry at President Trump because he appears to be moving away from a government shutdown. And honestly, I do not understand this. If if you think it is a good thing to shut down the government. Then maybe you should check out some of the polls there are three. Major polls off would show that the president. And the GOP would be overwhelmingly blamed by the public. That for instance. Politico morning, console poll says a clear majority of voters fifty five percent say a wall along the border with Mexico is not important enough to shut down the government. Thirty one percent. Twenty four percent less. Say it's important enough to shut down the government. This is. Two other polls one for USA. They all show that the Republicans would be blamed for this. So what is the strategy here? How does this work? And I know that when people think about this, they think, well, if Trump just sticks to his guns, if Trump just sticks to his guns. The Democrats won't relent will relent they have to they have to because people be so angry, but they're not going to be angry at the Democrats are going to be angry at us. And here's here's the thing. Do I think that it is likely that sooner or later somebody has to give? Yes. But the folks would give would be if not President Trump his fellow Republicans in congress. Who go ahead and pass a temporary spending Bill over the president's veto. I mean, or honestly they've just come up there and say, Mr President, why are you doing this dividing the party over what? And again, they should go ahead and get some kind of agreement for enhanced border security spending that last time. Apparently, at least before this became such an obvious winning issue for them Pelosi and Schumer were willing to go that direction anyway. And now Trump saying he can find some other wiggle room. And given the budget to go ahead and make further progress on on the wall. I do not understand. The argument for the utility of a government shutdown. What is this mania for hurting people? And there are people will be hurt by government shutdown and not just government workers. I mean, they're they're whatever they shut down. It's a massive cost. It's a massive inconvenience and for what? The the idea that President Trump is listening to better advise. I don't think he deserves criticism. I think he deserves acknowledgement that this is the direction that the country really needs to go one eight hundred nine five five seventeen seventy six this special section in the Wall Street Journal today. About the nation's divisions. And Gerald sybe writes kind of amazing league using an example of two counties in Georgia in this last election. Election results in two Georgia counties. Lying not far apart. Tell the story of this year's midterms and of the deeply divided nation. The voting revealed in the two thousand sixteen presidential election democrat, Hillary Clinton carried Georgia's Gwinnett county by six percentage points this year, Democrats Stacey Abrams carry the same county by a margin twice as large twelve points. Down the highway in Johnson county, Republican Donald Trump one two years ago by thirty eight percent this year Republican gubernatorial candidate Brian camp won the county by an even heftier forty five percent as that suggests the two thousand eighteen vote didn't shrink the nation's deep divisions, but mostly reinforced and in some cases, expanded them in many places across the nation read Republican areas got redder while the democratic areas. Got more blue lovers of President Trump show. They continue to adore him. Perhaps.

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"david paterson" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"david paterson" Discussed on 710 WOR

"On vacation. So Joe loves it when I say freeze. I am joined by former New York state governor David Paterson, good morning to you governor good morning. Now warning Michael good morning to you, Joe Bartlett. Good morning, Michael. Oh, I got my ankle caught up in my my court here. Almost tripped advice big three headlines this morning. Well, it's the eve of the elections. Trump is out on the campaign trail trying to stave off that Blue Wave of Democrats that may crash into the house of representatives Democrats, though, governor Paterson I get a sense are not quite as complacent as they once may have been there's something happening out there that seems to have the Democrats a little bit on edge. Well, I think back in August. The Democrats probably thought that more victories were attainable. And certainly more races are in play. But whether it will be enough to put a like a ten vote margin. I don't think it's going to be there. The mo. Most of the pundits as saying the Democrats will win the house. It would be like two twenty five to I guess to twenty. Two twenty five to ten and I don't know. That's not really a big enough swing? I think to to make that much change. And you have marginal seats where people will win as Democrats, but they wanna come back. So they they vote will not be always with the party. All right. Also in the big three, El Chapo goes to trial today any volunteers to sit on that jury. No, no, no, not at all. And also we got some celebrities behaving badly Alec Baldwin was brought into the precinct my precinct in the west village over the weekend because he's smashed a guy who took his parking spot. We know Alec has got a temper their and also Pete Davidson, he was making some well a bad joke about a veteran congressional candidate served in the armed forces lost his I as an eye patch and Pete Davidson, well is what he said. This guy is kinda cool. A Dan Crenshaw. Come.

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"david paterson" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"david paterson" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Life. And Michael Riedel in the morning, seven W O R. At a very good Monday morning to you is on vacation. I am joined by former New York state governor, David Paterson, good morning to you governor. Good morning. Michael. Does everyone call you governor? I mean, once you were the governor, you are still the governor right people. Call you governor. Yeah. They do. I mean is that sort of is that protocol once you've served in that kind of an office forever. You will be known as governor mayors president's executive officeholders not necessarily legislators too much, but I guess US senators call that Senator right? And it's it's endearing it. It's not a rule now, I had a friend though, who worked he was very very close to George Bush pair, George Bush, the father they've been friends for years, and he raised a lot of money for Bush's election in eight very very close. And then Bush appointed him to be an ambassador, but he said once George Bush who he always called, George, and it was good friend. Once he became president. He said, I always and head to protocol dictated always referred him. As Mr President. I never called him George as long as he was in the Oval Office. Yeah. The the only person that is his family. Call them, you know, by their first name or or something like that. But your best friend for years still referred you. We'll call you Mr President, homey. Fire..

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"david paterson" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

Talk Radio WPHT 1210

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"david paterson" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

"With you after a week, vacation, eight, five, five, three, nine, twelve, ten twelve ten in the south Democrats have by the way fully embraced just getting rid of. Ice they're not even pretending. Anymore they are full all in getting rid of. Ice, no no. Stops don't. Pass, go don't collect two hundred. Bucks just get rid of. It abolish ice. Wants Democrats take office now think about this for a. Second and by the, way the other big story of the day, today the president is now revoking weighing. Revoking the security clearances of Obama, intelligence national security officials As I. Particularly or visit collective media meltdown on about how. Dare, he do. This and. This, is this is a penny. And cheap and political grandstanding. Etc etc we'll. Talk about that as well this hour without a doubt. I've been focusing quite, a bit on it and then the past, couple of hours but I wanna make. Sure you get the latest on, that as well That would play a you an audio clip is this Senator Kirsten gillibrand of New York a potential twenty twenty presidential, candidate for the Dem's now my wife's family. Is from the Adirondacks Tupper lake New York beautiful place up there in the. Index so I know that Kirsten gillibrand when she was a member of the house back, in, the. Day she was a much more well she tried to portray ourselves as more of, a conservative democrat because in that part of the state of New, York. It's. Different from the city of New. York a lot more people. Who have guns and a lot more people who are they can't stand the how, the EPA and the department of conservation take over their lands etcetera etc When she was. Running for the US Senate some people thought she might be even a little too conservative, for, that Well. She's gone full left this now she's not even pretending anymore full-on leftist Let me share with you a little bit about this she was appointed by governor David Paterson to fill the vacancy of, US Senator Hillary Clinton when, Clinton left to become the US secretary of. State she was at the time the Representative for New. York's twentieth congressional. District now the twentieth, congressional district. Is not New York City it's not, Brooklyn it's, not Staten Island it's it's it's a much more as, I mentioned northern rural you have, Saratoga ever, been up to, Saratoga New, York, great place, to catch a race horse race listener concert Montgomery rents Lear Schenectady. Warren county which. Is where Tupper lake is that area up, there the Adirondacks Catskills. Hudson valley these, are people that have guns and they they hunt and fish and so anyway she had to pretend like. She was a little bit, more moderate back then the district is very rural, then she becomes his states a United States. Senator, represents all of New York and. Now you got include the. Wacky city You gotta now appeal. The people who, are also in places like Brooklyn the Robby Mook so the world what kind. Of name is Ravi for. A grown man I have, no idea but that's the guy who ran Hillary. Clinton's campaign as a social Justice warrior campaign Now curious and jello brand says I'm gonna go even a step further, and I'm not even going to pretend that. I'm, any sort of a centrist democrat I'm gonna pretend that that still. Exists I'm going to go all in, left and she has to by the way, because she's got to compete with the likes now of Cory Booker my Senator from the, state of New Jersey again, here's another. Great, story for you Cory Booker back in the day when he ran for mayor of.

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"david paterson" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"david paterson" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Point five hope is in plainfield new jersey what a one point five i always knew there was hope in plainfield and now you have proven that to me hope i'm so glad you're here yes thank you for taking my call steve i'm a first time call up but i enjoy listening to your show i you i don't call in but this is ridiculous about having people who are not citizens getting the vote if they wanna vote let them go through the process and whatever the steps are to become citizens and earlier you mentioned the monies that immigrants pay the income that they generate i have a question though how much public money do they get in terms of food stamps and i don't know about that because i think like i i don't i don't think you know the situation like that like the woman was talking earlier about how much money she spent the be here and how much he's going through i don't think it's about extracting money i do believe it's not easy and i give people who take that road to citizenship a lot of credit because you have to really want to be here to go through that to spend that kind of money to wait that kind of time but that's the dads those are the rules that's the process process until they come up with an immigration plan the changes things you have to live with what you've got and i agree just because you don't like it doesn't mean you get the circumvented in that's what they're trying to do well you know what's interesting there's some countries saudi arabia's one you can be born after several generations unless you're saudi blood you never become a citizen a lot of countries in this world are not open to citizen ship naturalized citizen ship it's only for their country and i respect whatever if it's your country your plan and if i don't like your plan i don't visit and and no one is forcing you to come either that's the other thing this is their choice yes because a few years ago when mr bloomberg was president governor a mayor in new york city and david paterson was governor the temporary governor he mentioned having noncitizens vote and mr bloomberg who's the mayor of new york city at the time at immediately said no and they patterson who wish the temporary governor shut it down we can't include everybody if you want to become a citizen then you go through the steps if think it's too many steps to too strenuous for you then go home or go someplace where you think you will be accepted more with open arms i think we accept everybody and everybody seems to think that if you wanna come to america you're welcome and you know what steve i'd like a mercedes benz car with that thinking i'll just go to shady's ben's showroom and say hello you let me have my car cops tried to arrest you then we will interfere with that arrest because we need to protect you from that here we can't have that we can't have that haven't either no because then the cops are the bad guys and the show is the bad guy i think we're we're being we americans citizens are being put upon by so many people and we we do more than we take douses of refugees every year this is beyond the people at the southern border now you know refugees and we have to stand up for ourselves and what some of these people now every argument is it's antitrump you know trump is going to become the boogeyman he's the fall s with a trying to do it hope thanks for the call.

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"david paterson" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"david paterson" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And governor david paterson in for linda michael this morning and obviously the president's been busy this morning well he had a flurry of tweets today nothing really consequential he's getting a little repetitive here a russian no russian collusion he says he's in milwaukee for meetings when is bob muller gonna list conflicts of interest let's see here's another peter struck he went before congress behind closed doors yesterday tweet about it worked as a leader for the rigged witch hunt for a long period of time let's see what else oh and then he announced to twitter that he's going to have a summit with russian president vladimir putin so he was pretty busy here well it's interesting had a great night in fargo north dakota great speech and it's almost maniacal and he wakes up he starts tweeting out all of these these issues disease if kennedy had said yesterday he's gonna stay forever you'd think he'd be happy this morning well you know what maybe he got aggravated by those late night talk show hosts they were talking about the anthony kennedy retirement last night here's a sampling today justice anthony kennedy announced he's retiring from the supreme court i never thought i'd say this but you're only eighty one do you know they say they say eighty one is the new seventy nine tell me your mind's going because i read bushby gore and citizens united you never had one that's colbert today by the way the citizens united i i'm opposed to that one that's the one that allowed for corporate donations and political campaigns i don't wanna get into that now let's talk about recycling in the city we may have a problem here there's a new study done by a group called transformed don't trash nyc found that commercial recycling has fallen to twenty one percent right only twenty one percent of the waste taken in from homes and businesses as being recycled right now only twenty one percent so you know most of us put the stuff out separate you plastic paper where our ever it's done in your jurisdiction and you just assume when you do that that it's going to the proper place but it's not necessarily happening and i didn't realize this but the city has a a promise to have zero waste by twentythree huck in this city with over eight million people and the joke that generates everyday have zero waste does that mean we're going to recycle everything well it's really when people read that he will go to a lot of trouble to put the items in the right ball i yelled at by gene i don't but if i put it in the wrong bag or container i got yelled at for putting a bottle in the regular garbage this weekend draining present chance at it even would've gone my hand in the trash all the time digging out so why did you put this in the trash this is reality you know why because it doesn't make a difference so sad active than a flu shot here's another study this is another study and i think i believe this one at any given time people regularly returned to a maximum of just twenty five places humans are creatures of habit the number of regularly visited places constantly twentyfive during any given period i think the regular places for mirror about seven or eight well we're talking about you get your home your favorite restaurant may have a few of those favorite bar those i learned that okay jim was all seven of mine golf course i don't know where the other ones come from but i was saying could there's my house don't don't forget the office okay right now you'll have my kids dance studio a soccer field a supermarket a nail salon i if i could come up with ten it'd be a lot and you said before natalie what about the car because it yeah i would say listen to wrr i guess so twenty five is la but i definitely see the pattern when you stop going to one place it usually is picked up with another so you know your kids go to one school but they switch so you put from that school to another school your home there always is a flip flop but it's amazing that we have such little amount of diversity in our lives now the i guess the same would be true of like brand loyalty i mean if you use a certain kind of toothpaste you always buy that and whether you know you.

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"david paterson" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"david paterson" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Today joe bartlett and governor david paterson surprise visit from david after len called out yesterday michael riedel's vacation all week and then lend was not able to come in today because his daughters giving birth to a grandson for him and his family and was a pleasure to be able to walk in and see the smiling face of david paterson this morning good morning i offered len that i would go and sit during the induced pregnancy of his daughter and he could do the show today but he chose to be which i think was the right choice but i was talking to him about it yesterday and he said well i'm not gonna be able to you know what can i do your first of all you the grandfather and you don't get the right to go into the delivery room i in my three grandchildren just weren't there that's for the father actually they they allow the father and even the mother last birth i think sars mother was in with her so you know though it's not up to anybody else but the baby because you could do whatever you want to try to get the baby upside to see section it is at the babies will wanna come i sat in the waiting room and wash yankee game on tv until the baby was born and then we went to see her so well my brother had a son and it was on the day of the baby showers and the baby came all these people in my apartment and they all went to the hospital and they were all there have been fifteen people and so the baby well that's not our big three today but president trump as a big supreme court pick ahead of him justice anthony kennedy has now says retirement democratic concern applebee's surprising to feed a veteran congressman joe crowley in queens defeated by political newcomer and our other big story this morning a mom and baby jump in front of a subway train in the bronx survived this was let's get right to that right now this is a mother obviously with some issues holding a two month old son she was just a story about a model jump off a building with her son and this had to do with some sort of a divorce dispute she was having with her husband she jumped off this building in manhattan that was a couple of months ago this has a nice ending as nicer could can be given the circumstances here they were not seriously injured the train operators seeing the woman run down the platform and then just jump in front of the train down the platform pass the train at trump and funding training and you know when you see that sort of thing happened so she passed the train and then jumped in front of it it means that the train was coming to a stop right well it wasn't going full speed yes because it was coming into the station i feel like some people just need help well she obviously needed help but she got some help she for some reason fell fortunately for both her and her son in a crevice there that was not impacted by the train the tracks or the third rail and she was she was rescued and may face charges but i think she's just going to need some reckless endangerment of a child a whole lot of things but most importantly you just don't believe that someone would do that unless they were having a serious mental disease or disability it'd be interesting to see what hurts thought was after she made that jump if if there was any regret as the train was approaching her very often there is in these cases all right look the other big story obviously the president gets a chance to pick another supreme court justice and the liberals are going crazy today because now he's going to tilt the court it's going to be five four all the time trump has all the votes trump is going to ruin this country listen to senator chuck schumer this is the most important supreme court they can see for this country in at least a generation so he wants to wait until the mid term elections are over hoping that the senate will turn to democratic control in the president couldn't get this thing through millions of people are just months away from terminating the senators who should vote to confirm reject the president's nominee and their voices deserve to be heard now i know about that what do you what do you think david well i think that it has.

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"david paterson" Discussed on Politico's Off Message

Politico's Off Message

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"david paterson" Discussed on Politico's Off Message

"Welcome offmessage i'm isaac dove hair whereas really talking about is there's a lot of ideas right now they're in this country that are dark ideas building walls dividing this country marginalizing trans members who are troops marginalizing kids who are transgender not supporting daca kids literally polluting our air in our water to me yes these are all things that come from the darkness that are ripping told from their mother's arms rageous today's guest new york senator kirsten gillibrand in some ways this interview has been nine years in the making i was there that day in albany in january two thousand nine in the basement of a building on the state capitol complex when david paterson was then the governor announced that he was appointing her to hillary clinton's senate seat it was a mess obama three days into being president called in the middle of it for young son was sitting there out in front in the middle of the stage which was fully basically every prominent politician in new york most of whom had already been feeding quotes to me and other people that how they didn't know why patterson pitcher and at the end of it all the reporters rushed onto get quotes and the whole thing just became a free for all she was not very good at being in front of people in those days she stumbled through the early appearances at at most of the democrats in the state continuing to say that she didn't deserve the job and they were starting to look at running against her to support other people to run against her she changed her missions on a number of key issues quickly she explained by saying she was representing.

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"david paterson" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"david paterson" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"My friend former governor david paterson journey me next hour i wanna ask him not only about this situation involving eric schneiderman but but the situation involving sheldon silver so that's coming up in the next hour and then the six o'clock hour i'm going to go live to ukraine to talk with russell russell beckley they call them russell texas bentley he it's me it's an amazing story i'll get into in the six o'clock hour because again i don't want to spend all my time promoting an interview that we're not able to hook up with via skype for whatever reason not so looking forward to that but you know governor paterson he and i are old friends long before he was governor i know many i actually i knew him when he used to fill in i knew who he was i should say when he used to fill in for david paterson for neighbor too early frank when when he used to fill in for jay diamond on w e v so i became a fan of his right away i thought it was terrific on the radio and then when i got involved in the independence party he was a state senator so i i got to know him i wanna say around two thousand to two thousand three right after he had taken over as minority leader of the senate democrats albany and we became friends almost instantly i would be in albany a great deal at the time and he and i were basically drinking buddies a very often not just the two of us but you know a bunch of folks and then unlike everybody else he he's such an astute radio listener he would listen to me when i was on wabc at the time and not to say he listened but he would actually know about the things that i was talking about he says you know the thing i like about you is you give curtis a hard time you get run a hard time you don't take any gop from any of those guys and then once he became lieutenant governor he still stayed in touch with me and he really most people don't wanna say most but many people that i know in politics when they achieve a certain level of accomplishment or notoriety or advancement in their careers they kind of just forget about you.

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"david paterson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"david paterson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"School because then i think anyone could relate to it but at the time so celebrate in your womanhood i can see that my mom is really happy in guyana it's lovely to say but it also makes me feel very guilty i know that the sacrifices she made for me and my sister once she'd had children she wanted us to have a better life even if that meant she couldn't return high i don't think i ever fully appreciated that don't wanna ever said i regret because i have two children leah regret but i think i would have liked the opportunity to grow up in the country i was born here because there's a lot i think my life would have been so different this sort of freedom of the country and the life started i mean when i'm here feels like home my is now left in the u k much longer than she lifting ghana so the idea that she felt so away from home all these years is quite upsetting to me while on the trip i spent a couple of days working on a tv piece for the bbc on the high rate of female suicide in guyana i went to interview the health minister voter lawrence while i was in the parliament building my nanny waited outside in all her years she never been inside it wasn't something she could ever imagine doing so i asked the minister if my nanny could come in and so happy for her to take you inside you can get a picture she took ninety into the chamber to meet the minister of public infrastructure david paterson she was desperate to tell him about her grandchildren are the you i am so happy to be here to see my grandma his ear worked for the bbc the kids like wait all would have done the grandchildren i might six and two for sentencing my worse if no so we just went into parliament the ministry of health took me and my grandma unhappy into parliament to stay during budget week the busiest weekend you met the ministers yeah oh my god my never so proud i never come here and i live in the anna and never come to parliament and we the my my granddad so i'm real new england for me being in parliament that day made me proud of my grandma she told me that she believes.

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"david paterson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"david paterson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The management company that was supposed to execute the sale didn't and that caused us to miss the opportunity and now they just decided to go on business as usual so the only way you can actually bring them into court is to bring all the parties in so the suit is not really to hurt any of the other parties but to get at the person who's doing the wrongdoing just as you sue the driver of a car if you're in an accident because he's the one that holds the insurance policy really wasn't a particularly big deal but i'm glad everybody notices that i technically sue curtis i really wanted to sue him when we were broadcasting partners you believe this what what what do you mean he's suing me he tried to put a spin on it i know he tried to you know i kept going out i've had to wait a minute i've had to get legal help i've got to prepare papers i've got to appear in court what the hell is he talking about all right but he did say he did make a commitment and now we have all of our listeners has witnesses that he has come to an nice solution should he win the lawsuit which he sounds like he's confident he's going to do here's what he's offered and get all of you are now witnesses to this offer curtis whatever i get from the lawsuit i will share with you there it is and we played the word so he's gonna stick the chivan me right he's gonna he's gonna get me right in the neck i'll probably have to kick in coin that i don't even have then i'm going to have to go out to find some shylock who's going to have to give me street points on it and then he'll share that with me what a what a swell guy governor david paterson is so funny curse of all the debates that i think you and i have both done through the years i have never done one where the opening speaker was actually engage in a lawsuit with my fellow co moderator you it was the wildest thing and you.

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"david paterson" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"david paterson" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Oh it's definitely no blades come we only have twenty one women in the us senate we need fifty one in the early representative the nascent why do you think more women habit run in the past i think theory think they thought something else also take care of it i think it's hard to run for office is it you know allow women don't like the negative campaigning they don't like the aggressiveness of it julie brand entered the political fray in two thousand six when she ran for congress in a reliably republican district known for having more cows than democrats to see suprisingly she want in early two thousand nine another surprise kerstin jobra then new york governor david paterson need to littleknown jin legrand to finish hillary clinton senator when she became secretary of state this is the saved than everybody wanted andrew cuomo apparently one at caroline kennedy one at it and you got it was shocking i dunno did you a raskin why teaches me now said thank you welcomes over she was nicknamed the accidental senator but quickly earned a reputation as a hard worker some colleagues unnerved by her hepi determination called or something else the name of the overachieving high school student the movie elections oh tracy what did you think of being called tracy flick i really like reese witherspoon i really care i mean i knew what they were trying to say they were trying to be mean but without a sexist comment saying that you were overly ambitious yes of course of course it was ju brand says she fusing ambitious and always has been married to britishborn business consultant jonathan jill brand if you wanna different barco picked one out the couple has two sons she is one of only two female senators with young children she was raised catholic in albany new york so this is where i grew up this is my house part of a deeply connected political family for more than forty years her grandmother poly noonen was a back room broker at the state house it's called noonen lane nearly my grandmother bought all this property a long long time ago and this is the pond where i learned how to canoe in this up murray also learn how to skate in the winter her father was.

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"david paterson" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"david paterson" Discussed on KCBS All News

"To do that which is what i assume that congress should hold him accountable we are obligated to have hearings president trump responded to jilib abrines criticism by trolling her on twitter he called her a lightweight he wrote she would be begging for contra bution and would quote do anything for them how did you interpret that as being a sexist smear there's ways to undermine women and the little women and that's one of them and to minimise them and to silence them jilib ran tweeted back you cannot silence me about the unfitness amd shame you have brought to the oval office in this twitter fight jeweler brand drew six times more re tweets than the president you've said i think congress is an old boys club still thinker oh it's definitely no blades come we only have twenty one women in the usa we need fifty one the only representative the nascent why do you think more women habit run in the past i think theory think they thought something also take care of it i think it's hard to run for office it's it you know a lot of adult life the negative campaigning they don't like the aggressiveness of it jeweler brand entered the political fray in two thousand six when she ran for congress in a reliably republican district known for having more cows than democrats i thought the c o surprisingly she want in early two thousand nine another surprise kerstin jobra then new york governor david paterson named littleknown jim legrand to finish hillary clinton senator when she became secretary of state this is the saved than everybody wanted andrew cuomo apparently want at caroline kennedy one at it and you got it with her sacking i dunno did you ever ask him why jj's me now to say thank you welcomes over she was nicknamed accidental senator book quickly earned a reputation as a hard worker some colleagues unnerved by her hepi determination called or something else the name of the overachieving high school student the movie elections trees what did you think of aid called tracy flick i really like reese witherspoon despite the really acted i mean i knew what they were trying to say they were trying to be mean but without a sexist comment saying that you were overly ambitious yes of course of course it was ju brand says she using ambitious and always has been married to.

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"david paterson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"david paterson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The great game of diplomacy so now let's talk about the game of thrones to these mr lewis henin his south is to the north what are you stand plenty of loves the trailer the millions of being waiting for fans of game of thrones as the fancy blockbuster tv show moves towards a conclusion is the second last series for the epic show if you don't know it it's a sort of a mythical medieval world all the universe of dragons swords it's basically political it's a brutal struggle for power and it looks sensational one of the appeals of the show is this amazingly detailed created alternative universe and we're about to somebody who is crucial in that one of the creators of the imaginary languages in the show and not only for that showed of the ones as well just written a book about as well david paterson joins us now david a very warm welcome to the program can you first off give those who don't note and probably fans as well who would love to hear the pleasure of the creator during the language give us a little bit of a game of thrones language that you created if you would finn an her leads us back next excellent translates there that's what strikes end of rocky right a tell us what the languages are i'm interested in this i imagine that do you evil holds guttural guttural grunting sort of nobles speak something more fluid how do you go about what she template well you know the way that i look at it is every single language that exists on our world it's not like they're any harsh languages are there any beautiful languages they're only languages that sound harsh to some years and beautiful to other ears and so i go about in precisely the same way i've created languages for a two major languages for two different groups of people that are kind of apart from the main action of the series and they both have a very different sound some described death rocky is harsh some valerian as melih for us i find oath rocky very beautiful i mean it's really just in the air of the.

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