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Biden's national security Cabinet nominees face Senate tests
"Confirmation hearings start today for key members of Joe Biden's cabinet but it's doubtful any will be confirmed in time for Wednesday's inauguration the national security cabinet will likely be bear on the first day of Joe Biden's presidency although confirmation hearings are being held today in Senate committees for the nominees to head the state department homeland security the intelligence community and the Pentagon none is likely to be approved when Joe Biden takes his oath of office generally the defense secretary is sworn in on inauguration day but political tensions have caused delays and nominee Lloyd Austin recently retired from the army needs a waiver treasury secretary nominee Janet Yellen's also testifying in prepared remarks she's urging Congress to do more to offset the fiscal ravages of the pandemic Jackie Quinn Washington
"department homeland" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Little bit south of Interstate 20. So that's why that's why the areas between here in Waco got the big snows. But I did see where the governor Tweeted a photo from his chopper. He was headed up here to DFW. He tweeted a photo and he said. Something along the lines of, you know this first time I've seen Texas look like Alaska. And that was that was that was in the morning, but then he said, But it'll look like Texas again at two in the afternoon. Well, that's right. You don't normally last that long. That's right. Yeah, they fucking go pig. Hutton from the governor's not from his. Yeah, about Rick Perry did that great fundraiser. Yeah, that would that would. That's a good idea, man. You ought to bring that a party bread so Worst snowstorm and 39 years down in the lake. Oh, yeah. How about that? No ice reported anywhere. No. Didn't get cold enough for that right now. Tyson streets or anything like that. That's why it's funny because we had to go to a story yesterday and I had my daughter with me. Had another she played. This is here is a 14 year old who's grown up in Texas. Okay, as we're walking and she goes, what is all this on the ground? Yeah, and they insulted the area. You know, in preparation for it. She was what is all this on the ground and said, Yeah, that's salt. She goes with that four. Well, they were anticipating too. It's bad for you exactly who's eating down here? Yeah, e don't know. The answer payment doesn't taste so good. Let's you season it, sweetie. You have to do that. By the way. Did you happen to notice we had another Cabinet member resigned. Chad Wolves, his name, the Acting department Homeland Security secretary said he's going to step down. Um, And he says his departure was not a protest resignation. In what way devoid of what? Yeah. Then why'd, he said But he said this action is wanted by recent events, including the ongoing and meritless court rulings regarding the validity of my authorities, acting secretary But there was also a move. If you remember, I think when Wolf kind of pushed back on the president last week. And the president pulled back his nomination to be the permanent homeland security director. So this is kind of been a little tit for tat going always had, right. Okay? I didn't I guess it but I got by me. I didn't know that. Yeah, but I mean, this was an immediate resignation Effective in 11 59 today today it's done. Yeah. Yeah, OK. Another man. Yes, 11. W b A P traffic.
"department homeland" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Then, I actually think on the whole that level of commitment to the issue of immigration. It really didn't didn't abate at any point in the last four years. I mean, if one thing, Khun B said Of the Trump administration is that this administration on the issue of immigration came in with a laser like focus and didn't really deviate at all. I mean the president. Sure he's been ranting and raving. But there were people in key positions at the Justice Department in the White House, the department Homeland security who were really advancing the agenda, sometimes without the broader public, even fully understanding the extent of it, John, can you just walk me through the highlights of what Trump has achieved? When it comes to immigration. It's been huge, and it's been a resounding success for the nativists. The White House has passed over the last four years over 400 executive actions on immigration. On pretty much every level of immigration policy. So you know the kind of big ticket stuff the administration has decimated the refugee resettlement program. I mean, decimated it brought it from, you know, a country that used to settle, you know about 80,000 people a year in the U. S to less than 7000. So far in the current fiscal year, they've completely Undone the asylum system at the border through a combination of measures, but most notably in the form of shunting 60,000 people into Mexico, where they're just stuck waiting. For asylum hearings that now because the pandemic will never happen. They have cut deals with governments in the region to try to actually outsource the responsibility of providing asylum to Central American governments rather than the US itself. They've chipped away at legal immigration in the form of green cards and visas. I mean, the list goes on and on, and it's going to be extremely hard to undo and to reconfigure. Why's that? Let's say, Let's say Joe Biden winds. Why is it hard to reconfigure and reverse that? For one thing, Just the sheer volume of things the Trump administration has done has made it difficult. They're just gonna be a lot of stuff for a new administration to undertake, but most specifically The Trump Administration got smarter over the last four years. You know, it began with all of the pageantry and high drama of executive orders. Those are relatively easy to undo. But over time the White House got more sophisticated and how it unveiled certain policies. So, for example, they started to move to rule changes. Regulations kind of layered rule changes across different government departments kind of CLA. Huge policy for this White House has been a thing called the public Charge Rule, which pretty much isn't just an assault on legal legal immigration in the U. S. It is actually a wholesale re imagining. Who is allowed to become a legal immigrant in the US, The public charge rule would use immigrants financial status to determine whether or not they qualify for green cars and eventually citizenship in 2017. How would Trump of wanted to do this? He would have wanted to pass an executive order signed it with a Sharpie kind of made a big show of it. But in fact, by the time this thing came out in 2019, in the form of Ah, regulation basically proposed by the department, Homeland Security, there were also three or four other Forms of this policy being pushed around different levels at the State Department, the Social Security Administration, housing and Urban Development, various presidential proclamation that also layered in different aspects of this policy. But why can't they be reversed? I think all of them, you know, rules and regulations are harder to undo, especially if they've been set in motion in the right way. Some of these things require notice and comment period. You know, things have to be taken under advisement. And what's also happened simultaneous to all of this is, of course, the president has named a vast number of judges to the appellate bench. So in the past in the early years of the Trump administration, you have federal judges at least putting the brakes on some of these policies. Now you don't even have that. And they've actually decimated the department's themselves that are supposed to be carrying out this work. One of the talking points I see all the time on social media in particular. Is that deportations were remained much higher during the Obama administration during the Trump administration is that simply because they're just far fewer people getting into the country in the first place? Yeah, to combat. It's a combination of things, and it's a complex and interesting question. I mean, for one thing because the Obama administration had priorities for who it went after who was going to arrest Why I was going to rest those people people with criminal records. People had recently arrived in the country as opposed to people who spent many years here on that families. There was more efficiency and built into the system. This has been by comparison, a kind of chaos. One of the first things the Trump Administration did. In 2017 wasn't eliminated priorities for who I was supposed to go after. And so if no one's a priority than everyone's a priority, which leads to a kind of chaos, and so what you saw in the early years of the Trump administration was arrests, Sword. Mom and specifically arrests of people who did not have criminal backgrounds. The number of people in ice detention shot up but the deportations themselves didn't you also had A major border boy major border crisis, and that meant that ice officers who ordinarily would be policing the interior suddenly had to go to the border on were tasked with dealing with families arriving in sickness island so that set them back a bit. You've also had more of an organized resistance to the Trump administration. Can you ever really did under Obama? So, for example, sanctuary jurisdictions, cities, municipalities, localities, states have banded together and refused to cooperate with federal immigration authorities. You didn't have that level of coordination during the Obama years. And actually, that accounts for a significant number of deportations. Because in effect, you know if, if a if a city or state is cooperating with federal immigration authorities, it makes it much easier for ice to arrest people. They just go tojail. These people are already in detention, and they just take them in to cut into ice custody. So there are all of these different things that have led to the deportation numbers being lower under Trump. So, John, how significant of a loss For Trump was the fight on DACA. Of course, it's hugely embarrassing to the administration, especially because they came into office. These guys, this is Jeff Sessions, who then was the attorney general, and Stephen Miller, the top White House counselor. All with the fantasy of ending Dhaka. And so here you have them. Basically, you know, starting in on one of the signature policies they wanted to undo and you know, they basically whiff after three years of it. I do think that the fate of dreamers remains very much in the balance. And so the reason why I hesitate to say it's a total loss for Trump is if if the intention was to inflict pain, and I think people in his administration who wanted to end AKA wanted to end doctor to send a message and to put this population back in legal limbo. And in that sense, they succeeded because this population is now very much waiting on pins and needles to see to see what happens with the new administration whether Congress can actually codify protections in law for them. You know. Importantly, after that Supreme Court ruling, DHHS came around and said, Look, we will continue to process the applications that had already been filed, but we will not accept new applications. The language of the Supreme Court ruling makes pretty clear that the government has to accept new applications. So even after that Supreme Court ruling, it was quite shocking. And I think pretty typical of where the department Homeland Security is now that the response from the administration.
"department homeland" Discussed on KCRW
"Changed since then? I actually think, on the whole that level of commitment to the issue of immigration It really didn't didn't abate at any point in the last four years. I mean, if one thing Khun B said of the Trump administration is that this administration on the issue of immigration came in with a laser like focus. And didn't really deviate at all. I mean the president. Sure he's been ranting and raving, but there were people in key positions at the Justice Department in the White House, the department Homeland security Who were really advancing the agenda. Sometimes without the broader public, even fully understanding the extent of it, John, can you just walk me through the highlights of what Trump has achieved? When it comes to immigration. It's been huge, and it's been a resounding success for the nativist. The White House has passed over the last four years over 400 executive actions on immigration. On pretty much every level of immigration policy. So you know the kind of big ticket stuff the administration has decimated the refugee resettlement program. I mean, decimated it brought it from, you know, a country that used to settle, you know about 80,000 people a year in the U. S to less than 7000. So far in the current fiscal year, they've completely Undone the asylum system at the border through a combination of measures, but most notably in the form of shunting 60,000 people into Mexico, where they're just stuck waiting. For asylum hearings that now because the pandemic will never happen, Um they have cut deals with governments in the region to try to actually outsource the responsibility of providing asylum to Central American governments rather than the US itself. They've chipped away at legal immigration in the form of green cards and visas. I mean, the list goes on and on, and it's going to be extremely hard to undo and to reconfigure. Why is that? Let's say, Let's say Joe Biden wins. Why is it hard to reconfigure and reverse that? For one thing, Just the sheer volume of things the Trump administration has done has made it difficult. There's just gonna be a lot of stuff for a new administration to undertake, but most specifically The Trump Administration got smarter over the last four years, it began with all of the pageantry and high drama of executive orders. Those are relatively easy to undo. But over time the White House got more sophisticated and how it unveiled certain policies. So, for example, they started to move to rule changes. Regulations kind of layered rule changes across different government departments kind of CLA. Huge policy for this White House has been a thing called the public Charge Rule, which pretty much isn't just an assault on legal legal immigration in the U. S. It is actually a wholesale re imagining. Of who is allowed to become a legal immigrant in the US, The public charge rule would use immigrants financial status to determine whether or not they qualify for green cards and eventually citizenship. You know in 2017. How would trump of wanted to do this? He would have wanted to pass an executive order signed it with a Sharpie kind of made a big show of it. But in fact, by the time this thing came out in 2019, in the form of Ah regulation basically proposed by the department calling security There were also three or four other forms of this policy being pushed through on different levels at the State Department, the Social Security Administration, housing and urban development. Various presidential proclamation that also layered in different aspects of this policy. But why can't they be reversed? I think all of them, you know, rules and regulations are harder to undo, especially if they've been set in motion in the right way. Some of these things require notice and comment period. You know, things have to be taken under advisement. And what's also happened simultaneous to all of this is, of course. The president has named a vast number of judges to the appellate bench. So in the past in the early years of the Trump administration, you have federal judges at least putting the brakes on some of these policies. Now you don't even have that. And they've actually decimated the department's themselves that are supposed to be carrying out this work. One of the talking points I see all the time on social media in particular. Is that deportations were remained much higher during the Obama administration during the Trump administration is that simply because they're just far fewer people getting into the country in the first place? Yeah, to comment. It's a combination of things and it's It's a complex and interesting question. I mean, for one thing. Because the Obama administration had priorities for who it went. After who was going to arrest Why was going to rest those people? People with criminal records? People had recently arrived in the country as opposed to people who spent many years here on that families. There was more efficiency and built into the system. This has been by comparison, a kind of chaos. One of the first things the Trump administration did. 2017 wasn't eliminated Priorities for who I was supposed to go after. And so if no one's a priority than everyone's a priority, which leads to a kind of chaos, and so what you saw in the early years of the Trump administration was arrests, Sword. Mom and specifically arrests of people who did not have criminal backgrounds. The number of people in ice detention shot up but the deportations themselves didn't you also had A major border boy major border crisis, and that meant that ice officers who ordinarily would be policing the interior suddenly had to go to the border on were tasked with dealing with families arriving and sickness island so that set them back a bit..
Is Trump Ready for Coronavirus?
"Continue our in the swamp in Washington DC I mean the facts mattered as truth matter anymore in this world of let's just hate Donald Trump for breathing let's say that he's president let's call it the trump via this is The New York Times the trump virus you're feeling awful you know who to blame does it matter that from the get go the president had a proactive response allowed the US to stay ahead of this that the president formed a a corona virus task force that the president took unprecedented steps to prevent travelers from spreading the virus you would by the way who was roundly criticized for expanding screening suspending entry of certain foreign nationals are criticized for that too who would pose a threat of transmitting the virus you know the the fact that the president he only spending two point five billion okay and he said yesterday and we'll start there when we need more we will be ready for whatever happens however this develops we're ready declaring a public health emergency utilizing reserve funding to support response efforts and does it matter that we have the world's greatest signed as I reported yesterday that they think they have they think they have what will be the vaccine that that will be shared with the world as usual because that's who we are and that is what we do well but you put a number but you but you put Mike pence in charge and and when he was against the needle exchange program and flipped the unit okay he doesn't believe in science AOC is saying you know the trump administration has left critical positions in charge of managing pandemics at the National Security Council department homeland security vacant president basically what they're saying wants Americans to die that's not like the playbook every two years every four years Republicans want dirty air water racist sexist misogynist one of programming over the cliff sound typical this is who
"department homeland" Discussed on WJR 760
"J. are always nice spending time with our friend congresswoman Debbie Dingell lots to talk about with the Congress woman she joins us now hello Steve how are you I'm wonderful thank you how're you congressman Hey what's going on out here the roads are icy K. it's thirty five right now little bit slushy out there but everything's fine what about this coronavirus you know we are being told state side still not a whole lot to worry about however it continues to be a major story worldwide I think that what I would say is we need to continue to be alert and aware it does have the possibility of becoming a pandemic aren't we meet regularly with the head of the FDA the head of the CDC Tony fatty who's head of infectious disease at the national institutes of health state department homeland security and quite frankly even now they need a White House chief of staff and the secretary of HHS and the number two at St for wearing a one the last briefing to have that sweet before we came home for this week it is very clear that the United States taking this seriously the China I have to check today our delegation was when I last report speaking with you are you know one of the provinces that the World Health Organization has yet to have access to turn we heard that two weeks ago they would lead a delegation in it as of Sunday the delegation had not been allowed in they were hoping to get there last night and there were still questions about whether the United States is going to be able to be part of that delegation they believed yesterday morning that they were going to allow it to be but I have to find out today if that indeed did happen I think when that the World Health Organization delegation gets to Turner is able to meet with their doctors is able to see things earned him more we will have a better sense about some of the questions about this virus one of the things that we don't know is we now of people who are since the manic in right now it appears that the death rate is about two percent but we know that a lot of children are not getting it does that mean they don't have it we don't know they could be getting it and they're totally asymptomatic and the virus isn't impacting them we don't know the number of people that have gotten a virus scanner a symptomatic so we don't have a good understanding of what the bass is but I think that the World Health Organization is working with our health institutes of every country trying to quarantine it where it is in trying to keep it from spreading well small numbers here congressman the corona virus has infected more than seventy three thousand people around the world mostly of course in mainland China death toll is one thousand eight hundred seventy three including five people outside mainland China several countries are sending flights for their citizens on board the diamond princess cruise ship quarantine in Japan the US has evacuated more than three hundred Americans from the ship fourteen of which have tested positive for the virus the bottom line Congress woman is this when the corona virus first became a story if you will there was not a whole lot of panic whatsoever however I think the numbers that were just discussing here have surpassed those awhile ago that were originally thought to come into play and that's the scary part no one is it last week and preteens everybody said it's very important that if it does come to the United States right now the people that have it for the money well everybody that's been identified as having it is in quarantine some place the largest they've identified five military installations around the country where you for instance the two planes that came from the passenger ship one's going to California whence gone to Texas that people not panic and I said Tony I think you're beyond that he said that people I forget exactly how he said that in the one thing that way but I said Tony is already beyond panic you the fear that's being spread by what everybody is saying is really serious you all need to go out and really talk to people about this virus but they don't what sort of scary how much they still don't know quite frankly the director of the hospital it was treating most of the patients in Europe we're here Sir can I believe our neurologist he was also the director died last night which people may not may or may not have seen five health care providers have died we really need to make sure everyone is thinking I'm very worried about his spiky which actually is in three parts one do we have what we need to take care of people here in the United States if it does if you do have a pandemic two one of the provinces in this is something we're going to have to fix long term ninety percent of our generic drugs are now meeting charming we have to bring that manufacturing back to this country so we are not dependent on a country like that that supply is gonna get interrupted report so are we going to have a shortage of medicine and we also know that we've got a shortage of medical supplies mascots and sterile sterile down to touch her one is saying that the doctors did say is that if you are a symptomatic and you're not on the plane were you worried about getting something you don't need to wear a mask it doesn't help and that you should keep the masses for if we know that the pandemic is here so we don't have the shortage of that could come down there but we're also seeing the economic impact in our in auto industry is very dependent on apart from that region and you've already seen Chrysler you have to interrupt its protection in your senior connect the Namik impact of all of this this is a scary thing though I want to say this to Steve the doctors still make this point and it's true the flu this year is still killing far more people and fifty percent of the people that should have gotten a flu shot haven't gotten all right well we have the on Congress woman on the political front Michael Bloomberg met the Democratic National Committee mandated polling threshold yesterday he will be participating in the debate tomorrow night in Las Vegas your expectations congresswoman you know I'm somebody I am not endorsing a candidate in the primary I remember how ugly it was four years ago people name never came together after the primary and I have the sole goal which is to bring everybody together once we have a Canada because for me it's very important it happened in November I think that Mike Bloomberg has certainly been under attack intense deep attack the last week I think it's important to see him on the debate stage he's going to have to answer a number of the questions that have been raised about him and I just hope if you're bad I mean I know the Republicans are loving what they're watching and I just hope that all Democrats remember that people have to come together it's been pretty ugly out there among not everybody lately which bothers me again get your thoughts on how speaking Sir house speaker Nancy Pelosi issuing the warning to the Democratic Party that listen if we are going to defeat president trump in twenty twenty we have to become unified are you on board with that message board I am her lieutenant on that message a that the consequences are too a serious so I think people I'm a little worried about some of the sharp tongue and elbows in nice and that in you know Steve we have it quite frankly tempo side and it took the hate speech out there is so awful in cell room it really worries me this country is being divided by fear hatred bullying and it's not okay well the question becomes congressman in in and closing has become the new norm we cannot let it become the new norm I really want people to stop and think about it and when you see it social media supposed to be a tool of bringing us together it has become a tool of yes some friends concede to other people say things on social media that you would never say any place else and I'll tell you in the McCain at night John McCain's wife and I are going to travel this country and talk about their of be a little news for you this morning well we're going to hit the road thank you for taking that on the part of the special counsel and I'm glad to do with you because you are someone that always tries to respect people reset Franklin's respect my themes I'm really worried about it because I think it's destroying the retarded moxie all right as always thank you so much your time congressman Dingell we appreciate it no doubt about that thank you good day good day congresswomen Debbie Dingell with this year on seven sixty W. J. R. where it's six twenty seven this report.
OnPolitics: What if we told you that Iowa was still counting?
"Meanwhile to everybody still talking about the app you know the app the failed and the other guy on the face of of the Democrats and by the way Texas Republican Michael call was on last night reacting to the app failure he said they had an opportunity to work with the department of homeland security to make sure that the apple secure or to make sure that it was working the way it's supposed to and they turned down the offer yeah I think so I think they should work with the department homeland security I've read reports this app came from Hillary Clinton that her prior campaign me if they can't even count those votes in the Iowa caucus alchemy manages this country and who would you trust them with their personal health care and so I think it raises a whole lot of issues about their disarray and dysfunction in terms of the Iowa
Hard Rock Hotel partially collapses in New Orleans
"Week at least two people are missing and one person dead after a large portion of hard rock hotel that's under construction suddenly collapsed in New Orleans on to Canal Street fox affiliate W. V. U. we reporter Josh Roberson has some details from New Orleans earlier this morning we were receiving word that the hard rock hotel or what was going to be the hard rock hotel is under construction partially collapsed and and and this is a very large building so partially means that it was a huge portion of the building collapsed into the street and we know that there were several injuries a pretty much a madhouse fire department EMS police department homeland security I mean you name it they're out here right now public works code enforcement they're all out here this morning authorities say eighteen people or more were taken to the hospital for treatment all of the eighteen are now in stable condition the same is called fluid right now with other pieces of the building still occasionally
Hard Rock Hotel partially collapses in New Orleans
"Hotel hard rock hotel that's under construction in New Orleans suddenly collapse to this morning fox affiliate W. V. you re reporter Josh Roberson has some details earlier this morning we were receiving word that the hard rock hotel or what was going to be the hard rock hotel is under construction partially collapsed and and and this is a very large building so partially means that it was a huge portion of the building collapsed into the street and we know that there were several injuries a pretty much a madhouse fire department EMS police department homeland security I mean you name it they're out here right now public work code enforcement they're all out here this morning authorities say eighteen people were taken to the hospital for treatment in there now all in stable
U.S.-Mexico border apprehensions fall again in September but remain high
"Well the numbers of come out for the border apprehensions in September they claim that they nabbed over fifty two thousand migrants that's a drop in the numbers for the fourth consecutive month just to give you an idea what the number was in may one hundred and forty four thousand apprehensions yeah so imagine really when you apprehend less people there's probably less getting into the country that's the conventional wisdom either that or they got very bad apprehend but the odds are there some there some proportion there so is down almost two thirds from may to September and these were all the asylum seekers who now get this stopped in Mexico that's part of it this is pretty funny again we have another acting official in the trump administration the acting customs and border patrol commissioner is mark Morgan we have an acting head of department homeland security and acting C. B. B. commissioner I he said that it's all because of the M. P. P. M. P. P. stands for the migrant protection protocols they're doing this for the migrants on good protection right while sending them back to Mexico to await their hearings John just mentioned in the silence seekers are sent back and the phone never rings well for some reason you never get the call for the hearing some of them weighed in Mexico for a while some of them take the hint and go back yeah I don't know I think the pace is rather slow because we don't have enough courts baseball we don't we don't what are they going to do we don't we don't have to call back I need and they call us is like you know we're backed up it's really busy here this is great because we go back several months remember they were running out of space to detain the migrants and all of the progressive Democrats an open border people are up in arms holding them against their will let them go to trump said I'll tell you what I'll just get Mexico onto him or not one in the country they gotta stay in Mexico until we we have a chance to
"department homeland" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"The cbp custom's and border protection sent out a statement yesterday to the AP about this. They said the extra security was following that breach of the border wall that happened in San Diego back in November. Remember that when when tear gas was used in all that between caravan members and border agents, caravan members say, hey, we're just trying to we're just trying to get in. So we can get some asylum and some members of the border patrol and say, no, we're actually at attacked by some of these people and ended up closing the busiest border crossing for five hours on thanksgiving weekend, the the border customs border protection said that such quote criminal events involving assaults in law enforcement and Aristo public safety are routinely monitored investigated by authorities. So really what they they say. They want to do is they want to talk to journalists who actually witnessed what was going. Some I don't know if there's anything more insidious than that going on. But you know, there are people that have accused President Trump of manufacturing the crisis at the border. So he can get money for the wall yesterday on Capitol Hill yet homeland security chief Houston Nielsen saying the threats real capacity is already severely restrained. But these increases will overwhelm the system entirely. This is not a manufactured crisis. This is truly an emergency. And she says the protect projections. The stats are dire agency is now on track to apprehend more migrants crossing illegally in the first six months of this fiscal year. Then the entirety of FYI seventeen. All right. So I don't know if congress needs to investigate border patrol CB, the D H S department homeland security to see if their if their projections are scientifically accurate or or what? But they do say there lies damn lies. And then there's statistics, right? But I don't know. This is what? The reports are that are coming in from the border sixty six thousand migrants crossed into the US just last month, including eleven thousand in Arizona. So while the president continues to make his case for his border wall. Well, one guy says, hey, let me Bill that sucker we do steel. We do the page road. We make our own concrete. So there's a lot of synergies that make our company a little more competitive. That's Tommy Fisher with Fisher industries, which is based in Tempe. When I first heard about this. I'm like somebody said, yeah, this this Fisher. And I thought to myself Fisher Price wants to build the border. That's good. It's gonna be plastic and there'll be a little built in kitchen fake. President saying eight billion dollars and he says he can save. He can he could spend a lot more money. If if he gets a chance his company gets a chance to build the wall, and it comes with a warranty by using all weathering steel instead of just regular carbon steel take the life of the barrier to seventy five years. What is this guy thinking, by the way, the government's going to save money doesn't this guy know that the government's job is to waste money? And he says he can build it for a lot less and it comes with a warranty. There's no way the government's ever going to go for that. The Trump administration course calculated eight billion and did not ask for this Fisher companies bid. But if someone needs an idea, and we have it you would almost be unpatriotic not to at least speak up and show. You can do. I think it is patriotic, you know, it's such an American tradition to just waste money. I think it's almost patriotic at this point, right? Yeah. They make their own steel and make their own concrete, and he says he can build anywhere that he's told to build. So we almost to guarantee the government will not get in contact with them. Six nineteen now KTAR see it in the valley Chevy dealers traffic.
"department homeland" Discussed on WCPT 820
"And that's a Canadian. They're very, very polite. Very setup. But she's not story. No. She's not sorry. Sorry. Not sorry. Okay. Jerrold Nadler, again, the president has announced that he's going to address the country tomorrow night on the so-called crisis at the border. I expect the president to lie to the American people. Thank you. Why do we expect this because he has been lying to the American people? And it's spokespeople continue like the American people. Just yesterday. His press secretary said in an interview with Chris Wallace. It's four thousand people four thousand terrorists rather across the border. Chris Wallace pointed out that they had all been apprehended at airports. None at the border. There is no security crisis at the border. Yeah. By the way, I don't even know isn't their own State Department, the ones that said zero don't even know where the six numbers coming from but department homeland security. Yeah. Okay. But anyway, it's that we're on a list that wasn't confirmed. In fact, they had the same name assembly else. Right. Right. Oh, I know what the thing is that may be insane. But he said not only. The government the workers he said he can relate relate. In their right mind thinks you can relate to his vote. Yeah. His voters think that he had lights to the Kim over again, the percentage of people, but the average people have in the like four bucks, they're lucky to have it. Yeah. Jerrold Nadler one. Oh, no sorry. Sorry. Sorry. Not sorry time there. Okay. Charlie Pierce next on the Stephanie Miller show. Oh, man. Driving home with me, every weeknight five to eight PM on W CPT. Twenty fact. I'm Ellen Miller co host about Chicago, and this is w CPT civil rights snapshot on July. Second nineteen fifty one Sylvia Rivera was Fourniret Rivera in New York City early self-described and proud drag Queen miserable had a tough childhood by anyone's standards dark skin from Venezuela and Puerto Rican heritage, a wildly dysfunctional family and acting feminine ball contributed to young Sylvia's troubled life, Misra left home at age eleven she had already been involved in sex work, hustling with her uncle has a queer Latina, Sylvia Rivera fought for the inclusion of transgender people drag queens and homeless queer youth who marginalized in an often violently homophobic society. Sylvia Rivera passed away in twenty two..
"department homeland" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"AM your sleep. Right. Oh, biased. So you're a sleep. And I assume also you don't have a kid or anything like that. So you're totally asleep. And what how does does? Do you? Get a doorbell. Knock is buzzer. Somebody slide note under your door. What happens? Okay. So this is kind of Bergen to the story I live in a regular apartment. I live in loft that she's like a punk house tuition. It's a of a factory in a part of it is not really as a dental and nothing's able it's really hard to get him to building when I order food on seamless, you they don't know where it is. Like, I haven't come downstairs because even if they get inside, which they can't ZIM numbers in the wars or anything graffiti, everywhere and stuff, and so it's very odd that they found me within a day, and I won't king. Is it like are you are you? Is it like a squatter situation? I mean, do you not want to? Let's skip that. It's not it's a couple off law is this your allowed to live in studio, basically, New York until destroy this law in a year or two, but it's so the semi do you get your mail there? Yeah. Usually get stuff sent to wherever I'm working though because reliable because there's all sorts of crazy people running in and out all the time and males technically works, but just curious as to how did they track? How did they track you down? I don't know. This does raise a lot of questions about like the surveillance state and like cell phones and things like that. Because like not only do they vote. You know, where I lived to be there, which I'm not always there. I'm traveling around. I often don't sleep home. You know, I guess it'd be my own. But anyone say Expos, they also they also sort of just talked to I don't know like the the people that own the building or something. I mean, his record of meaning there it's the complete spot or anything, but it's on the rebel to pull it off that quickly. So they're knocking on their. They've got into the building somehow, and they're knocking on your apartment door loft door, and they just knock I mean, what do you like? What do people not on your door nine AM often is at the first time that's ever happened. People don't knock like doors thing like this is not having apartment where people are walking around. You know, ask each other for of sugar and stuff like that. I woke up, and you know, those loud banging on the door. And so I would not have answered it free. If I didn't think it was repair. I just waiting for this guy to show up and fix this week. I had a feeling I mean pipes leaking all the place frats everywhere. There's a window fell out of week before this. So I kind of just assumed in my groggy hung over state that oh repaired, you know. And I opened the door lo and behold for H eight they say department homeland security, I think we're a badge and from Little Rock you on like what has because what are they wearing? They tell me what they're wearing. I'm curious it with wearing those like Parker's that have like DHS on the back, or what did they have any? They're just wearing suits. Not suits just like kinda worke button downs and stuff like that. Nerds. All of that. Carry math Mandy patinkin on homeland professional gar. So casual Friday stuff. Yeah. Of course, the weekend for that too. On a Sunday cheeses, right? What day was it was it was it a Sunday? Sunday morning mile, Saturday, Sunday morning, the next day Well, at least. at least. Had the weekend. That's right tax dollars. At least. You should've known. It's not the repair guy because he never comes on time on us weekend. That's how they that's how they break out the assignment like like. All right. The actual guys you've got some families to destroy upstate the ones. You. Don't look intimidating at all go terrorizes comedian get off Twitter. Yeah. So well K so the four guys come in. And they just look dorky. They're dressed like the dad on some type of sitcom or like, right? And they said Kerry and many that worked. Well, so so what happens they do you invite him in? What what do you sit down at your table the table in your apartment? Yeah. So here's how this goes down..
"department homeland" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Thank you so much. And again, thank you. Tina, see for your substantial donation, I really do. Appreciate it. Let me get back to what Luis Gutierrez said. And he was saying this to the department homeland security Nielsen. I know I have forty five seconds. I won't take them. All but it is repugnant to me an astonishing to me that during Christmas. Call them the holiday seasons to increase it. But during Christmas because the majority always wants to call it Christmas at during Christmas. A time in which we celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. A Jesus Christ who had the plea or his life with Mary and Joseph. Thank god. There wasn't a wall that stopped him from seeking refuge in Egypt. Thank god. That wall wasn't there. And thank God. There wasn't administration like this or he would have to have perished on the twenty eight and the day of innocent when Herod ordered the murder of every child under two years of age. Maybe I haven't gone a lots of bible school. But I know that part thank God. Shame on everybody that separates children and allows them to stay at the other side of the border fearing death during hunger. Sickness shame on us or wearing our badge of Christianity during Christmas and allow the secretary to come here and lie. The caller said he was sick. And because the Republican didn't respond. Oh, they did. Here's what Louie Gohmert said to secretary Nielsen and. For my colleague who left. If Mary and Joseph we're trying to come into the United States under the situation that existed and king Herod was trying to kill everybody under two. Wouldn't they be eligible for asylum in the United States? Yes. Yeah. So it can scratch that from his concerns. They'd get into the United States. Have children been found to be in the custody of people who were not only not their parents? But who were? Child predators. Yes, sir. And that's a fact is fact, so the Senate is going to take up the Bill that was passed by the house which included five billion dollars for funding. There aren't sixty votes to pass it. Mcconnell is not gonna use a nuclear option to go to get the majority vote. So looks like we're going to.
"department homeland" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"That there is more news but this is consequential news there's so much big news out there and the administration rabble this mess with the kids but you called out early us you were one of the first to say that this could be trump katrina you didn't act on it like what we've learned what we've reported is there wasn't a plan and when the president issue that executive order it was on his win he tweeted that he was gonna fix it told us stop to fix it have this incredible sight of administration lawyers huddled around computers coming up with something that he can sign but they didn't have a plan in mind for for our they weren't going to undo the damage or how they were going to fix this going forward now they're trying to the department homeland security says they now know location of every child they're responsible for that's a pretty low bar but i i think what is key to that story is that he responded he intuit's where he should go he hits offense he josh any moves on took awhile and you were there before he been booed out of restaurants we're gonna win this battle because can you really right on the side of understanding that protected you sure we show we have to show up your body cabinet a restaurant store.
Half of Minnesota counties lost residents in 2017
"Today all the way up to places like seattle and medford oregon beautiful sunny weather today in fact seattle you should see temperatures getting up to a high of seventy five one off the record today so nice weather in the west some rain in the middle of the country we're looking at the possibility of some showers and thunderstorms in florida today so florida will not be on the dean's list today it looks like some showers and less humid later this afternoon in tampa the high getting up to eighty tampa's back on the dean's list tomorrow i will put let's put seattle on the dean's list seventyfive today with sunshine yeah yeah i figure you had tip to sarah can you give us one more i'll give you a san antonio today fiesta week down there has eightyfive degrees sunshine beautiful on the river walk this afternoon in this evening for everything that's going on with all right thank you dean and that's a look at america's weather here's the latest from the newsroom former president george hw bush is in a houston hospital for an infection that has spread to his blood the ninety three year old mr bush who attended the funeral for his wife barbara bush on saturday he said to be responding to treatment senators are discussing plans to delay the confirmation hearing for president trump's pick to be veterans affair secretary overgrowing questions about dr ronnie jackson's ability to manage the government's second largest department homeland security is telling members of the socalled immigrant caravan moving toward the us border not to enter the united states the state dinner for french president emmanuel macron is tonight macron and his wife had dinner with president trump and first lady melania trump at mount vernon last night britain's newest prince is already home hours after his birth to the duchess of cambridge and prince william yesterday the royals brought their eight pound seven ounce son home in a car seat already a day oh not even a day oh the new rules on net neutrality went into effect yesterday they rescind obama era rules now the fcc will allow internet providers to block or slow content or charge content providers more for socalled fastlane's some of the stories we're following on first light today eighteen passports time and robert workman good morning to you gracious good morning to you evan still.
"department homeland" Discussed on Geek News Central Audio
"Hey rubik's robot solved a puzzle and point three eight seconds it was so fast that they had to use a slow motion cameras to catch it all my son is a rubik's cube genius he give him one he just like two and a half three minutes is knocked out click click click click and my both of them are now getting really fast i'm give me a rubies cube is sit there for weeks on there we get soft oh by the way if you're alexa was laughing out loud well they're working on a fix so some users have been saying that it's been laughing all of a sudden and some reported the outburst happened after it was asked to turn on the lights so did someone do a little programming they shouldn't who knows but if your devices laughing at you you're not alone this should not come as a surprise audit is found the department homeland security let me say this again an audit finds the department of homeland security's security is insecure no kidding it's a us government really in an agency wide audit tallied valuation department homeland security information security program for fiscal two thousand seventeen it's incredible here based on the skill five possibly purity levels want ad hoc to defined three consistently implemented for managed in measurable in five optimized department monistic information security program rooted three in three of five areas shy passing grade of level for they fell short of implementing various configuration settings software updates didn't monitor software licenses didn't patch vulnerabilities why am i not surprised.
"department homeland" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"The trump administration let's not forget that this happened under the obama administration usga what's he thought about it of we'd spent a lot of time working on cybersecurity focusing on protecting at the fairness on our elections and as i just said the department homeland security met with state and local officials just over the last several weeks along with election vendors to make sure that our election system is secure last may they met with a state and private officials on how best to secure the sis election system from foreign interference were not the only targets of foreign interference and we're working with our allies on a daily basis to make sure that we're following best practices this has been a topic of conversation with multiple foreign heads of state uh president trump and the administration have made it clear that interference in our elections will have consequences and we're going to continue to impose consequences in response to russian cyberattacks just last week we called out russia by name it was one of the first times that you've seen something like that take place we're going to continue doing things like that from abc's jonathan karl into the white house press secretary earlier today the president tweeting the following i have been much tougher on russia than obama just look at the facts total fake news exclamation mark meanwhile special counsel robert muller is charging a man who communicated with warmer trump campaign adviser richard gates with making false statements to the fbi attorney alex that is one is charged with making materially false fictitious in fraudulent statements and representations to the special counsel's office and two fbi agents he allegedly lied about his communications with gates and then he deleted those emails requested by the special counsel's office according to the indictment we'll talk to politicos kyle cheney about what this development means but first more on that story from today's white house briefing and the press secretary sarah sanders failure seles sarah in the aftermath of the indictment which was headed down by special counsel vault mowers office on friday the president tweeted quite a bit tweeted quite a bit over the.
"department homeland" Discussed on KQED Radio
"At seven thirty this is fresh air i'm cheri gross spoke with jonathan blitzer who covers immigration for the new yorker where he is a staff writer he's written extensively about the predominantly salvadorian gang ms thirteen which carries out gruesome acts of violence and tries to recruit teenagers who are undocumented but blitzer says president trump who often talks about ms thirteen in his speeches is using the gang as a standin for all immigrants which misrepresents the situation blitzer has also been writing about daca and the president's decision to terminate the program march fifth unless congress passes legislation extending it this week the senate has been debating overhauling the immigration system so if daca is extended or if daca is totally cancelled what impact with that have on ms thirteen there is no relationship between dhaka and ms thirteen in that and that's you know that's another thing that the administration has done and it's interesting when the trump administration cancelled daca in september of of of last year the person came out to make the announcement wasn't the president who i think was two nervous about delivering a highly unpopular message because a lot of americans are behind daca recipients and it wasn't the head of dhs the department homeland security which is the department in charge of administering daca it was jeff sessions the attorney general who represent the kind of ideological nerve center of the trump administration on immigration and one of the things that jeff sessions said was that we are cancelling daca because the programme has lured people from central america these unaccompanied kids to the us because they see that there is a chance for them to get legalize through this program that is wrong all of the studies all of the evidence every form of research and the subject makes the case pretty clearly that people are fleeing to the us not because they're lured by something like daca which none of them have ever heard of but because they're fleeing gangs but you here the administration's effort to link the two issues they're trying because there's really no justification for ending daca certainly notification that helps the public interest in any way it's a program that benefits close to a million kids who have no criminal records at all who have gone to school in the us who've been living in essence there were small children um there's no connection whatsoever between duck animus thirteen but.
"department homeland" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Radio this is fresh air i'm cheri grows spoke with jonathan blitzer who covers immigration for the new yorker where he's a staff writer he's written extensively about the predominantly salvadorian gang ms thirteen which carries out gruesome acts of violence and tries to recruit teenagers who are undocumented but blitzer says president trump who often talks about ms thirteen in his speeches is using the gang as a standin for all immigrants which misrepresents the situation blitzer has also been writing about daca and the president's decision to terminate the program march fifth unless congress passes legislation extending it this week the senate has been debating overhauling the immigration system so if daca is extended or if daca is totally cancelled what impact with that have on ms thirteen there is no relationship between dhaka an ms thirteen and that and that's your that's another thing that the administration has done and it's interesting when the trump administration cancelled daca in september of last year the person came out to make the announcement wasn't the president who i think was two nervous about delivering a highly unpopular message because a lot of americans are behind author recipients and it wasn't the head of dhs department homeland security which is the department in charge of administering daca it was jeff sessions the attorney general who represent the kind of ideological nerve center of the trump administration on immigration and one of the things that jeff sessions said was that we are cancelling daca because the programme has lured people from central america these on a company kids to the us because they see that there's a chance for them to get legalized through this program that is wrong all of the studies all the evidence every form of research in the subject makes the case pretty clearly that people are fleeing to the us not because they're lured by something like daca which none of them have ever heard of but because they're fleeing gangs but you here the administration's effort to link the two issues they're trying because there's really no justification for ending daca certainly notification that helps the public interest in any way it's a program that benefits close to a million kids who have no criminal records at all who have gone to school in the us who've been living in the us instead were small children there is no connection whatsoever between duck animus thirteen but the more the administration.
"department homeland" Discussed on Travelogue
"Or the opposite or the two separate organisations were and maybe goal in an but that's the big question for someone in washington right at will dhs has tsa department homeland security and then state department is for you ask and pay for the privilege of carrying a passport right and then dhs though has customs which it which of course is looks and immigration and they're the ones who checked to make sure your passport is legit some right okay seamen running out a web we we've and nobody works at any of them right okay i heard they fix that actual to fix it for the next few weeks another extensions it's all about extensions there you go so we're going to just another extent so i would say carrier passport justincase why not the one thing i was going to point out is that they actually because there is this glut they have actually been running fares in certain markets around the country to get people processed more quickly more rapidly detained focus on children and firsttimers but if you do find yourself in a bind um or if you know you're going to have to renew this year check your area and see if there's one of those in the area you might be able to get special treatment i think they are doing that new york at one point i was looking to get global entry for my daughter tiny tiny daughter an penn station was having like a satellite set up where you could go there typically you'd have to go all the way out to an airport like jfk or laguardia in the new york area and standin lines and get your fingerprint check but they were doing a little i don't know what it was a kiosk or whatever upon up a pop up or injury that bothered about i've.
"department homeland" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"The domestic discretionary nondefense budget as mr kohl well knows is also a has a big national security function in that budget is stake department homeland security uh veteran's affairs and also the antiterrorism activities of the justice department also so that those are strong national security functions but they're counted not on the defence i but on the domestic side to increase the lack of an increase on the defence i uh is uh harmful also to our ability to have the national defence function met so in that spirit we come here to say we have problems with the cr how veterans are dealt with i respectfully disagree with mr burgess in terms of the all set in the bill coming from the prevention fun is our distinguished ranking member said this is coming from the prevention fund where we have children inoculations for children we have a addressing lead poisoning issues like that so we don't think the children should have to pay children's health should have to pay for children's health as as you may know there are bipartisan conversations going on for other pay force of disappointed is that we resurrected this bill that the world but peace of the world and bill which was as as you mentioned not taken up in the senate and that we opposed on the floor because of the pay force but check the children's health interesting i think you call it state to of still call as gyp because within the going back a long time when that is nonpartisan we have bipartisan support for that for community health centres for the other items that mr verges mentioned in his comments it's the offset still a lot said it's held the veterans are dealt with in the bill it's the earth so we have some concerns about the cr and it's construct but it doesn't include and how it includes what it does and one of the things that it does not include is an opportunity we think for something that also has strong bipartisan support not only in the congress put across the country and that's what i wanted to focus on right now i would hope that the uh that.
"department homeland" Discussed on WLOB
"Half million aliens through the sponsorship rules and now we hear it but we hear a lot we hear a lot about vetting so let's talk about the vetting process as it applies to these beneficiaries of chain of socalled chain migration are they vetted at a different level or at a different standard from from other immigrants who are vetted when they want to enter this country they get preferential treatment so my understanding is the vetting process is not as as deep uh at all in fact i going going back at a so fixing the news that that the tac up the people who got dako benefits do you know the debt department homeland security dot and that all those illegal aliens they they only did a random testing projects or the vast majority of them are in the country without any vetting whatsoever wild homeland and yet on the other hand the polling on support for daca is over off off the charges it isn't something like eighty percent yeah part of that is because of the mythical view of dhaka beneficiaries that's been created in the press i give you just one or rubber this is being pushed because the idea as well all these people came here when they were two or three so they don't speak the language of their native countries where they were born that's not reality a lot of the people who were document a fisheries came here as teenagers and a recent uh uh uh study that i saw estimated that almost a quarter of them are functionally illiterate an english if you can believe that well because you from the heritage foundation said would meese center for center for legal judicial studies.
"department homeland" Discussed on KTRH
"Sean miller he's a crisis of the now in dc good exposing people to lethal chemicals in simulants has not stopped either there have been the various reports of kim trails how they're covert and the covert way of calling the population but what happens when the powersthatbe overtly expose people that's why finding interesting in fact residents in in northern oklahoma town are concerned after learning of the department of homeland security's plan to conduct outdoor chemical tests according to a draft of the study of the department of homeland security's official website the proposed tests will be conducted in early 2018 and again in the summer 2018 at the choco indian school campus near newkirk oklahoma according to department homeland security officials the study will include low level outdoor releases of inner chemical and biological semilet materials officials said the purpose of the study is to gather data but enhances the department's predicted capabilities in the event of of biological aging attack however residents of the area our concern meanwhile the us environmental protection agency has given its approval for mosquito mate a kentuckybased biotech note technology company they they've given them permission mosquito bite the give him mosquito make permission to release its bacteria infected male mosquitoes in several parts of the united states the twenty approves states are california connecticut delaware illinois indiana kentucky massachusetts maine maryland missouri new hampshire new jersey nevada new york ohio pennsylvania rhode island tennessee vermont and west virginia as well they're authorising this in washington dc brazil is the thing remember brazil it also tried to use all these genetically modified mosquitoes in some say it resulted in the outbreak of disease virus which of course damaged reproductive health in the region once again population control three the evidence of population reduction can be found if you just look and they're doing it right in front of everybody and and no one seems to care no one seems to making any discussion about and this is how it goes down go to perry in south carolina high perry on ground zero hi clyde great great showed or nice thank you good to talk to you yeah cold night you just touched got it i heard something on the evening news that was alarming even even what was more or l'armee was the nonchalant attitude in which it was reported in.