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"domestic policy" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

04:05 min | Last month

"domestic policy" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Now, I see I see the domestic stuff being driven by rice out of the domestic policy council with an inject into foreign policy and then I see just a lot of incompetence that are competing with each other and then maybe Joe shouts now again. It's angry. And what do you think the dynamic is inside the building? Oh, good God. You don't want a toilet flushes and everything service. Before it goes down into the sewer, I think that's pretty much where they're at. And I think everybody, nobody's scared of us. You know, that's just zero intimidation factor. And we used to even under Obama, the U.S. Military scared people. Yeah. You know, there was just a 90,000 tons into pharmacy. The USS Ronald Reagan rolling up on your shore. Now we got the half milkwood. Yeah. Tom milk, right? Right? But seriously, I'm gonna cry for a little bit. If you missed it, I'm just gonna cry for a moment. If you missed it, they had a trans, gender veteran, meaning a guy in a dress launch, the USS Harvey Milk is one of our naval because we have to honor our pedophile rapists, gay men. He was actually convicted of statutory rape. So he's just everything bad. And so we not only have a foreign policy that scares no one. The military doesn't scare anyone anymore. Let's stop here for a second because you're from Bragg. I still teach for the JFK school there. I'm getting texts from buddies, people I work with cards right and others saying, even in Bragg, the political correctness is getting really bad. You know? And that's funny because you knew it was coming and you can always assume that there is an element of politics that weasels its way down through the officer court. Right. But you still got the NCO corn enlisted folks. Right. And they're the pointy end of the story. They're not buying this crap, but they got to keep their heads down. So I think we're in a situation where the military presents poorly as kind of a grab astic pride parade at this point. But if we actually had to fight, I have a feeling it would get ugly for our enemies fast. It's just you don't want to be there. What are we going to do? But you're talking about tactics. Talking about tactics, max operational. The trouble is the guys making the strategic decision. I mean, look at Afghanistan. Right. That should have been a cakewalk because we keep back ram. We've got space for 27 C 17. So we've got two strategic runways, but some cracking like Mark milley, who's more interested in white rage. Oh, we don't need bad rap. So we can get in a lot of trouble if the big muscle motion decisions are done by woke generals, and then it's the NCOs and, you know, the real door kickers, you have to pay the price. Right. And the whole concept of peace through strength requires a believable threat. We no longer present a believable threat to anybody. Right. They're everybody's sure they could take Biden at the poker table. Could we really see? Because they're threatening it. Could we really see Bragg's name changed? I mean, when you say Bragg, Bragg, Bragg is white supremacists with tiki torches paid for by, you know, The Lincoln Project, Bragg is tier one dudes, green berets, guys over the fence, delta. I mean, that's what it means. In the world, you think you think they could do that? Oh yeah. Why wouldn't they? What's stopping them? I mean, at this point, they're not scared of the political consequences. They've got the media behind him, and they simply believe and in their bubble, which is a big bubble, too big. That's the right thing to do. So I don't think there's anything that would stop him. All right, we got to talk about everything that he's written. He's actually dealt with the threat of white fragility, even before anybody knew what fragility was, but in the meantime, check out his latest work winning the second Civil War without firing a shot. It's the indirect approach, as they teach in Bragg we're talking to our special one on one buddy in studio Jim Hanson, follow him. Jim Hansen, D.C., he is the president of the security studies.

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 White House confident Biden's bill will pass House this week

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

White House confident Biden's bill will pass House this week

"As president Biden prepares to sign the infrastructure bill his economic advisers hope all the white house's domestic policy package will quickly pass the house this week consumer prices have soared six point two percent over the last year and the director of the national economic council brandy signal it's prices may not fully return to a more normal level until next year he says the one point eight five trillion dollar package coming to a vote in the house this week will go a long way towards lowering costs for American families appearing on CNN and ABC Sunday talk shows D. said the measure includes provisions that will lower the cost of prescription drugs health care child and elder care and housing and help get Americans back to work house centrists have said they will vote for the package if an upcoming Congressional Budget Office analysis confirms White House estimates that the bill is fully paid for the bill faces even bigger challenges and evenly split Senate over cost with no votes to spare Jennifer king

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Biden's big bill on brink of House votes, but fights remain

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Biden's big bill on brink of House votes, but fights remain

"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting the house resumes work this morning on the president's domestic spending package after failing again to reach the finish line Thursday house Democrats will be back at work at eight AM hoping to finalise president Joe Biden's now one point eight five trillion dollar domestic policy package the Democrats want to vote on the president's signature proposal and the companion bipartisan one trillion dollar infrastructure built that long ago passed the Senate bill half the size of Biden's initial three point five trillion dollar package the domestic bill is still more far reaching than any other in decades house speaker Nancy Pelosi appears to have decided to pass the most robust bill possible leaving the Senate to make adjustments or strip portions its members can't agree to Mike Rossio Washington

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 Democrats reach drug price deal, Biden upbeat on Manchin

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

Democrats reach drug price deal, Biden upbeat on Manchin

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Democrats reach a drug price deal as they work to finalize their one point seven five trillion dollar domestic policy proposal congressional Democrats working to finalize president Joe Biden's one point seven five trillion dollar domestic policy proposal forged agreement Tuesday on a plan to lower prescription drug costs for most older people the plan would cap out of pocket Medicare costs at two thousand dollars and reduce the price of insolence a compromise with one of two democratic holdouts senator Kiersten cinema paved the way for the deal but the other holdouts senator Joe Manchin remains a wild card mention spoke to reporters from his home state of West Virginia everything we're trying to do a reconciliation has been covered in some way or another in the American rescue plan we just did the one point nine trillion in

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 The Latest: Biden hails climate progress, criticizes China

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

The Latest: Biden hails climate progress, criticizes China

"President Biden is heading back to Washington after claiming historic progress in a U. N. climate conference in Scotland the president says he can't think of two days where more was accomplished on climate change I think we got a lot done Howdy new efforts on stopping methane leaks protecting forests and spending on clean energy but his climate commitments are stalled and a home where democratic senator Joe Manchin has steadily under cut proposals in the president's signature domestic policy package the

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 Troubles at home shadow Biden's climate efforts abroad

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Troubles at home shadow Biden's climate efforts abroad

"President Biden continues making the case overseas to fight global warming but his climate change efforts are facing a fight at home in Scotland the president's been telling world leaders the U. S. is back in the fight against climate change who is this I have a rule in the world your heart with his massive domestic policy proposal containing about a half trillion dollars worth of climate change provisions but West Virginia senator Joe Manchin has killed key parts of the administration's climate proposals he says he's open to supporting the whole package if it helps the country but I am equally open to voting against a bill that hurts our country which raises questions about whether the president has enough political capital and home to wander his promises overseas Sager

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 Manchin wavers on Biden's plan, Democrats vow to push ahead

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Manchin wavers on Biden's plan, Democrats vow to push ahead

"West Virginia democratic senator Joe Manchin says he's ready to vote on the infrastructure bill while he wavers over supporting president Biden's larger domestic policy proposal after months of negotiations and back and forth between president Biden another party members West Virginia Democrat Joe Manchin says he now wants passage of the one trillion dollar infrastructure bill claiming it's being held hostage by progressive party members in the house it's time to pass a bill quit playing games mentioned also says he's open for voting for Biden's bill or against it he tells reporters he's troubled by what he sees show games budget gimmicks that make the real cost of the so called one point seven five trillion dollar bill estimated

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Biden unveils details of $1.75 trillion spending plan

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 months ago

Biden unveils details of $1.75 trillion spending plan

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting president Biden and the Democrats have the framework for their sweeping domestic policy package after a trip to Capitol Hill Thursday morning before he departed for Europe president Joe Biden announced we have a framework for my build back better initiative the president wanted a deal on his signature domestic spending plan in hand before flying to Europe for global summits but after months of internal haggling among Democrats votes still aren't locked down still representative for Mila giant Paul who heads the progressive caucus says if it's true that there's a ninety percent of the legislation that's written then we should be able to get the other ten percent written in the next couple of days the revised domestic package no longer includes paid family leave at the fix on prescription drug pricing but other priorities such as free pre kindergarten and expanded health care programs are still in the mix Mike

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Biden announces deal, seeks votes: 'Let's get this done'

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Biden announces deal, seeks votes: 'Let's get this done'

"President Biden is on his way to summits in Europe after announcing what he calls the historic frame work with Democrats on his domestic policy package the dollar total is half of what the president originally wanted about one point seven five trillion dollars worth of social services and climate change programs I would paired with the bipartisan infrastructure bill will truly transform this nation we now spend came after he went to the capitol to lobby divided Democrats let's get this done after months of talks top priorities like paid family leave weren't left out no one got everything they wanted including me that frustrated some lawmakers though the White House believes the slim down package can pass the evenly split Senate Sager made Ghani Washington

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Biden announces 'historic' deal, asks Democrats for votes

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Biden announces 'historic' deal, asks Democrats for votes

"After months of talks president Biden says there is finally a deal with congressional Democrats on his sweeping domestic policy package I know we have a stark economic framework the president bills it as a package that'll fundamentally improve millions of lives one point seven five trillion dollars in social services and climate change programs but it's dramatically scaled back from what he wanted officials say things like paid family leave are not included but that's what compromises amid disagreements among various blocks of Democrats the president went to the capitol this morning to lobby them hours before leaving for Europe one source says he told them what happens in the next week will determine the fate of his presidency Sager mag ani Washington

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What Did Trump Accomplish? Benny Johnson's New Video Tells Us

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:44 min | 2 months ago

What Did Trump Accomplish? Benny Johnson's New Video Tells Us

"That Benny Johnson we believe from newsmax and turning point USA, he put together a little video. He's sitting at a desk with a bunch of thought bubbles over Trump's accomplishments. As Terry mcauliffe and Joe Biden and all of them try to advance the narrative that Trump was somehow a terrible president in the midst of a terrible presidency and a country seemingly coming apart at the seams. This video was put out that was so good and so spot on listing all the accomplishments of the Trump presidency, foreign policy, domestic policy, the economy, jobs, the border. It's a great, great video that Benny put and it's just well done, real creative, all those kids over their turning point are so good. And so so impactful, Charlie Kirk's organization is continuing to win hearts and minds and getting a whole lot of young people on the right track. So if you want to see that video showing Benny pointing to these thought bubbles talking about showing the embassy in Jerusalem and criminal justice reform and tearing up the Paris climate accord and canceling the Iran deal and three Supreme Court Justices and energy independence and the wall and people millions of people off food stamps just text the keyword video to one 806 5 5 mic and we'll send you back that video clip that you're really going to appreciate. It's a great video. It's really well done. It's about a minute long just text video to one 806 5 5 6 four 5 three and we'll send you back that video. We offer that as a public service, and we do it with support from our pal Mike lindell and

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What's in and what's out of the Biden framework

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

What's in and what's out of the Biden framework

"President Biden is making another bid to unite Democrats behind his replies domestic policy bill and a related bipartisan infrastructure package later today the president will head across the Atlantic for Europe before that you'll venture to Capitol Hill to meet with the Democrats and then addressed the nation a possible signal a deal is within reach after days of prolonged talks the president wanted to announce at least a framework before heading overseas the key issue among divided Democrats has been how to pay for his ambitious social and climate policies a paid family leave proposal that had already been whittled from twelve to four weeks has now fallen out Sager Meg Downie

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 AP source: Manchin agreeable to wealth tax for Biden plan

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

AP source: Manchin agreeable to wealth tax for Biden plan

"White House proposals for new taxes on billionaires in certain corporations to help pay for president Biden's big domestic policy bill or drawing the backing of democratic senator Joe Manchin a person who requested anonymity to discuss mansions position tells the Associated Press the senator is agreeable to the white house's new approach on the tax proposals I didn't spent hours yesterday at his home in Delaware with mansion and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer Democrats are trying to wrap up talks on the social services and climate change package what had been a sweeping three point five trillion plan is now being eyed at one point seven five the what could still climb higher resolving the revenue side is key as Democrats insist the new spending will be fully paid for by the various taxes I'm

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 Biden, top Congress Dems strategize on domestic plan

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

Biden, top Congress Dems strategize on domestic plan

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the White House and congressional Democrats are facing difficult decisions as they try to pare down their domestic spending plan the White House and congressional Democrats are struggling to cut down there once three point five trillion dollar domestic policy plan to a more palatable two trillion dollars democratic leaders had talked about a Friday deadline but senator Joe Manchin says the concerns of mansions fellow democratic centrist senator Christian cinema remain an obstacle representative from Mila giant Paul who chairs the congressional progressive caucus told reporters he's talking to the White House so we'll just have

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Deputy Attorney General and Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights Intentionally Misled the Senate

Mark Levin

01:47 min | 3 months ago

Deputy Attorney General and Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights Intentionally Misled the Senate

"This is a shocking blockbuster story It'll be ignored by the corrupt media but it must not be ignored by anybody else In the American people need to understand That at the direction of the Biden White House an individual from the president's staff and individual from his domestic policy council And an additional individual In a senior political position in the United States Department of Justice civil rights division coordinating with others Set this entire thing up With a national school boards association I told you I smelled a rat Fink and there's rat finks everywhere You're two individuals who testified during the course of this week The Deputy Attorney General the assistant attorney general for civil rights both of whom knew what took place An intentionally misled the United States Senate The Senate Judiciary Committee Intentionally misled the United States Senate At no time did they explain to those senators That this memorandum was the product of a conspiracy between The White House and the United States Department of Justice That this national school board association letter Was a pretext a planned pretext to unleash the full power of the federal government unconstitutionally and illegally Against parents throughout America

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Proof That FBI Coming After Concerned Parents Is an Inside Job

Mark Levin

02:07 min | 3 months ago

Proof That FBI Coming After Concerned Parents Is an Inside Job

"Our understanding of the facts is as follows bullet parents nationwide have protested public school policies and practices associated with among other things the teaching or indoctrination of K through 12 students in certain principles of critical race theory and gender related ideology Bullet he Biden administration stakeholders including the national education association The American federation of teachers and others had combined to oppress threaten and intimidate parents to chill and prevent them from exercising the rights or privileges secured by the constitution To date these efforts though extensive a generally proven ineffectual Now listen pull it In early September Biden administration stakeholders held discussions regarding avenues for a potential federal action against parents with a key Biden domestic policy council official Jane Doe no One And White House staff John Doe number one Stakes are stakeholders also held discussions with senior department officials including at least one political appointee in the department civil rights division Jane Doe number two Jane Doe number one Jane a John Doe number one and others in The White House separately expressed concern Regarding the potential partisan political impact a parent mobilization and organization around school issues in the upcoming midterm elections Bullet upon information and belief At the express direction of or with the express consent of Jane Doe number one Jane Doe number two and other Biden administration officials Developed a plan to use a letter from an outside group As pretext for federal action to chill deter and discourage parents from exercising their constitutional rights and

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Joe Biden Needs to Resign Following Afghanistan Disaster

WLS-AM 890

01:41 min | 5 months ago

Joe Biden Needs to Resign Following Afghanistan Disaster

"Biden really needs to resign. He needs to resign today. Hopefully I'd be really great. I should have resigned yesterday. This is probably one of the most epic foreign policy failures we have seen in the history of the United States unfolding before your very eyes right now, a humanity of humanitarian disaster the likes of which we've never seen Biden, Mark Milley, their entire executive staff should resign immediately and let some competent people pick up Up. Pick up now. Hopefully you're not where they left off or pick up the mess They've left behind, folks. It is very difficult for a presidency to recover from a disaster of this proportion. I mean, think about it, right? Domestic policy problems. You've had even obamacare. No one ever thought Obama would survive Obama care but tragically politically. At least he did. But foreign policy disasters such as this on a scale so epic unfolding in front of your very eyes with images you would say to yourself that can't possibly be that can't be a guy falling from the landing gear of a C 17 plane taking off from an air base from Excuse me an airport in downtown Kabul. That can't be. We're watching this right now. Go on, go. This can't possibly be happening, but it really is. Think about the collapse of presidencies but your politics aside for a second, but think about it, when these kinds of images images like this, which are tough to stomach of such an catastrophic on you can't we sweep this under the rug kind of failure who's recovered from something like

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Biden administration allows camera inside Texas border facility

Buck Sexton

00:22 sec | 10 months ago

Biden administration allows camera inside Texas border facility

"The binding administration is allowing cameras inside a Texas border facility for unaccompanied minors. For the first time, single adults and families are being turned back. But if Mexico does not have the shelter capacity, we're accepting families that have small Children because of their safety, and we're processing them for a sign. I'm Tyler Moran, Special assistant to the president for immigration for the domestic Policy

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China poses 'biggest geopolitical test' for the U.S., Secretary of State Blinken says

C-SPAN Programming

01:47 min | 11 months ago

China poses 'biggest geopolitical test' for the U.S., Secretary of State Blinken says

"Midterm elections in 2022, In his first major foreign policy speech today, Secretary of State Tony Blinken outlining the Bite administration's priorities, promising to avoid what he called costly military interventions will also charting a new course on global trade. He described the US China relationships as quote the biggest geopolitical test of the 21st century. And the secretary state repeatedly emphasized the president's desire to link foreign policy to US domestic policy, including turning the corner on covert 19 and restoring the U. S economy. He also spoke about America's military presence abroad. Americans rightly wary of prolonged U. S military interventions abroad. We've seen how they often come up. Come it far too high a cost both to us and to others. When we look back at the past decades of our military involvement in the world, especially in Afghanistan in the Middle East, we must remember what we've learned about the limits of force to build a durable peace that the day after a major military intervention is always harder than we imagine. How critical it is to pursue every possible avenue to a diplomatic solution. Of course, we will never hesitate to use force when American lives and vital interests are at stake. That's why President Biden authorized an airstrike last week against Iranian backed militia groups targeting U. S and coalition forces in Iraq. But in that case and in future cases when we must take military action We will do so on Lee when the objectives and mission are clear and achievable, consistent with our values and laws and with the informed consent of the American people, and we'll do it together with diplomacy from Tony Blinken his

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"domestic policy" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"domestic policy" Discussed on WTVN

"Safety guidelines when you're out. Because that's ultimately what will help keep our Ohio businesses open. Absolutely, Lady, are you? Are you living in Columbus? Now? Is that right or or in central, huh? I am not until instantly. You're still look atyou. Yeah, I'm still in flag City. You're enjoying that? Well, because I was gonna say in Columbus here. The reason I ask is it's a restaurant week this week. So just to throw that in, it's another opportunity to, you know, take advantage of not only great deals but also support our small business restaurants here in central Ohio. So Hey, real quick Before we go. You know, Senator Rob Portman isn't going to seek reelection, so I just wanted to ask if you wanted to make any special announcement. I'm only kidding. No. No special announcement at all. You know, I think Rob is great. He's been great for Ohio and grateful for his service to our state. All right, that is Lydia Metallic on NewsRadio. 16 w T V and so great ideas. Two things you can do in the state of Ohio and If anything else lift your spirits because, Hey, I'm right there with you with the wintertime, start daydreaming and visualizing a beach somewhere kind of hard to do right now and get away safely. I mean, not that you can't but His daydreaming about that beach. All right, before we get we're seconds away from Fox News is Rachel Sutherland this morning on news radio 16 w T V. M. But before we get to that, a few other things that are going on the bind Administration considering mandatory Covad 19 testing For passengers on domestic flights. The director of the CDC is division of global migration of quarantine, confirming that the conversations are ongoing. As of yesterday, those new rules went into effect requiring international travels. Travelers to present a negative covert test to enter the U. S. We talked about this before that more than likely. We're probably going to see some type of a vaccine passport down the road. On bears talks and it's all over the place. It seems like the goalpost continue to move one time. It's you know, fall the next It's December where we might get hurt immunity. But at this point who knows? Meanwhile, the federal government planning to buy 200 million more doses of the Copan vaccine, the White House, saying that the goal is to have AH million Americans fully vaccinated. By the end of summer president binding, calling the nationwide vaccination program a difficult operation challenge and said the program was in worse shape than his team expected when they took it over, Although I feel like Biden is walking some of those statements back because he's realizing Oh, wow, this is This is a lot more difficult than I think I anticipated. Want to say good morning and welcome Fox News is Rachel Sutherland this morning The news Radio 16 w. T. V and Rachel, Speaking of President Biden, hey was very busy yesterday with more executive orders, this time with racial equity. That's right. There were several executive order signed yesterday. One of them direct the Justice Department not to renew contracts will probably won't program. And Susan Wright, who leaves the White House Domestic Policy Council thing that the president is committed to reducing mass incarceration will make your communities safer. She said that starts is ending the federal government's reliance on private prisons Now this particular order did not does not cover I detention facility. Also the president's directing the apartment houses in olden development. Seo tackle discriminatory federal housing policy. And two more fairly implement housing policies across the board. Susan Rice really spoke a lot in this in the press briefing room yesterday about Racial equity. Uh, making the argument again. The rising tide raises all folks saying that you know if we help people, Feller Beauties of color that has been really decimated by Corona virus. That the crown of the old begins to recover more quickly. So that was yesterday. Today is going to be more executive orders this time, really tackling the issue of climate change. Every day has had a C Monday was coronavirus. Executive orders yesterday was racial equity. Today's climate change. You get that just there will be a scene every day. And so today, the person said to now so wide ranging moratorium on new oil and gas when seeing on US plans and water. So this is something is going to be announced today. Wow, And it's interesting. I see. Ah Federal Judge blocked Biden's 100 Day Moratorium. Mind two portions yesterday but real quick it before you go, Um, the policing Commission. Can you elaborate on that? Sure. Yeah, there That is an order that was signed yesterday sets up a commission on policing and it will take a look at the use, among other things, but the use of excessive force like the excessive force set that led to the death of George Floyd. And then all the resulting protests of that. It's part of that. It also, um way it goes back to the Obama era policy that there's not allowed this the heavy Kind of police. Um, hardware to go into go into city. So, uh, it tackles with both of them, But this commission on policing my understanding is we'll take that. Look. It Excessive force already to issue you. A C L U is finding that though and saying it's it's really not enough, Rachel real quick Before you go yesterday, with these executive orders, one of them was to combat xenophobia against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. Specifically, what's that about Rachel? Well, I think that has to do with particularly when it comes to Asian Americans..

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"domestic policy" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"domestic policy" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Have operated in good faith. Shouldn't have their livelihood destroyed by frivolous lawsuits, and with that, he says, is only part of the pro business package of bills will be pushing this legislative session. Speaking in San Antonio governor Abbott says he's backing an expansion of broadband Internet access for businesses, health care and education, Texas leading the nation and new economic growth projects. The entire sentence being formally sworn in as jurors this hour ahead of the second impeachment try alot. Former President Trump on 100, members of the upper chamber will take the oath of office, including Vermont Senator Patrick Leahy, who was the presiding officer over the trial. And this comes after the House deliver the article of impeachment to the Senate last night. Ah, president Vines, making a racial equity of focus on a variety of issues, definitely run presence could become a thing of the past under an executive action, directing the Justice Department not to renew contracts with Institutions. President Biden is committed to reducing mass incarceration while making our communities safer. That starts with ending the federal government's reliance on private prison. Susan Rice, who leaves the White House Domestic Policy Council, says the action does not affect ice detention facilities. President Biden is also ordering housing and urban development to tackle discriminatory federal housing policies. Which the administration says have been contributing to wealth inequality. And Southwest Airlines will not allow emotional support animals on flights come March train service dogs with documentation will still be allowed.

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"domestic policy" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"domestic policy" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"He's working around the clock on Lisa Brady. Fox News, the White House press secretary. Using those words is President Biden's team tries to get covert vaccines to more people as quickly as possible, increasing the vaccine supply. And building increased cooperation between the federal government and state and local leaders on the ground is key to getting that done. Books Woman Jen Psaki also says an assessment of why there are gaps and where they are continues. But all of the efforts take time. She says. The goal is to ensure greater availability in the spring. The president also making racial equity, a focus on a variety of issues. Fox is Rachel Sutherland has this live Lisa, privately run prisons could become a thing of the past. Under unexpected executive action directing the Justice Department not to renew contracts with the institutions was in Biden is committed to reducing mass incarceration. While making our communities safer. That starts with ending the federal government's reliance on private prisons. Susan Rice, at least a White House Domestic Policy council says the action does not affect ice detention facilities. President Biden's also ordering housing and nerve and development to tackle discriminatory federal housing policies, which administration says has been contributing to wealth inequality. Lisa Thanks Rachel. The White House also just confirming that President Biden had his first call with Russian President Vladimir Putin today, expressing concern on a number of issues, including the detention of an opposition leader in the treatment of protesters. In addition, The recent solar winds, cyber attack and allegations that Russia offered bounties to the Taliban to kill US troops in Afghanistan. The U. S Senate, meantime, confirming Antony Blinken today to serve as the new secretary of state. Widespread Internet outages being reported in the Northeastern U. S mainly for Verizon, though the company says some areas have already been restored. America is listening to Fox News. This Valentine's Day. Send your sweetheart the gift that shines above all others Name a star after them. I'm Rocky Moselle with International Star Registry.

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"domestic policy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"domestic policy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Got nothing in return, and that the world was taking advantage of the United States. If Donald Trump was the only person in America who thought that It wouldn't have even been in the speech. He became president because he's not alone in that belief. And he became president and carried out that vision. And Joe Biden internationalists. NATO fan multilateralists Joe Biden come back to the White House, as if that interlude didn't happen doesn't have to take some kind of account. Of what that represented. Not only, you know one off President Donald Trump, but what it represented among Americans who believe that Hey, can't ignore it. You're absolutely right. But I think it's a multi pronged strategy for how to address that in the wake of what Trump convinced, as you say, millions, tens of millions of Americans to believe Number one. He has to take on the fax off what Trump propagated about what you described in that history. It is not true that NATO took advantage of us on Gui did everything for them, and they did nothing for us. That leaves out non war and this is very difficult, right? You know, nobody writes a book about a non war. I teach us that here at Stanford, we always focus on events and outcomes and economic disasters and world wars and revolutions. Not a lot of people are writing books about non revolutions and non wars. Right. But the truth of the matter is, is that NATO Helped us to avoid going to war again in Europe. That is tremendous achievement. If you remember what happened in World War one in World War two and the very scary things that happened during the Cold War, let's not forget that number two and I would say the same about trade, right? I think Trump, in some ways rightly focused on some of the abuses. And some of the things that did not get enough attention in free trade agreements. I think that that was a useful corrective, but it went too far. The idea that the United States of America and the American people have not benefited from free trade over the last many decades. That is also incorrect. We have benefited tremendously from that so first President by that needs to explain that story. He needs to provide a counter. Look what I think is more empirically based, story off what's happened. And at the same time notice I didn't say but at the same time say that we're not just going back to you know the 19 nineties and and kind of trying to reset things. Even to the end of his administration to acknowledge that we need to change an update and make better for the American people are security arrangement and to do the same with our trade event arrangements. That's a big challenge. That's a bit I want to underscore. That is not easy, but he has to do both. You can't just do one or the other. I think he has to do both of those taps. Are you asking him to retell the story of American engagement in the world with a team of a lot of old Obama and Clinton hands? We're going to tell the same old story. Well, yes And no, I'd say First of all, there's a lot of there's many Clinton hands. But there's a lot of 30 and 40 year olds that are joining this government right now. Just say you know, Ray to senior directors of the National Security Council are my former students s. Oh, that makes me feel old. And you know, I do know this team. Well, I've worked with them so go on, then known for decades. I would say that there's an appreciation for what we're talking about. Jake Sullivan, the national security advisor. This is a subject he's been working on for the last several years that the connection between domestic policy and foreign policy you know, he wrote this paper a couple years ago. We need a foreign policy for the American middle class. S o. I think and I could go through many, many others, but he's got a very crucial job in this. I think he they understand that number one number two. It goes both ways, right? My former Stanford and Oxford. Colleague and former Obama administration official colleague Susan Rice is now heading the domestic Policy Council because they're trying to blur the lines between international on domestic saying these things are intertwined. I think that's good. On Dumber three. And this I think we need to watch. But I have Whenever I get a chance, I tried to encourage this in my writings, interactions with these people. They got it. They got to be more engaged in actually communication. There is, you know, I've only lived in Washington. A few years of my life. Most of my life. I've lived in Montana, California and abroad, right? But I go to Washington from time to time and have worked there from time to time. And it is true that there is a bubble in Washington. They all talk to each other. They're all worried about. You know who's reading their tweet next door there? Not really thinking about. You know my relatives in Montana in their debates, and I think that they have to really radically change that they've got. They've got to have diplomats that go to Brussels and Berlin and Moscow. But I want diplomats to go toe, Wyoming and Alabama. On California and to explain to the American people at least engage with them. About what? What they're trying to do in terms of their foreign policy. I think that disconnect of communication one allowed President Trump to tell a different narrative, but to we just can't go back to the old way. We need to be in con contact. With the American people By Jen Psaki. Somebody I worked with in the Obama administration's. She's got a brand new job as a few hours ago. I want her to go and talk to those journalists in that tiny little room at the White House. That's part of her job. But I also wanted to get on zoom calls with thousands and tens of thousands of journalists and professors and other people all around America so that they're communicating directly using by the way technology that we've all gotten used to in this horrible pandemic. To make that connection about what they're trying to do not just with the outside world, but the domestic world. You know our own country as well. One place that loomed large over the last four years. Is your region of expertise Russia and the former Soviet Union. I'm sure there are times in the last four years when it drove you up a wall. What you're hearing. But we are where we are one of the long term implications of Russia's attempt to divide Americans. And two of suborn. Part of the American governing class to a different way of looking at the world. Well, it has been tragic tow Watch, you know, Disinformation is not new to Vladimir Putin. There's a long history of that..

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"domestic policy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"domestic policy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Aid have spiked as companies cut more jobs amid the relentless surgeon covert 19 infections. U S Labor Department reported. 853,000 people filed jobless claims last week that is the most since September. That's up from 716,000 week before Pandemic has also taken a toll on the U. S. Federal budget. The Treasury Department said The deficit ran 25.1% higher in the first two months of this fiscal year compared to the same period last year amid a rise in covert spending. President elect Joe Biden announced more of his picks for top jobs in his incoming administration. Today, he tapped former national security adviser Susan Rice to lead the White House Domestic Policy Council. And he selected Denis McDonough to serve as the Secretary of Veterans Affairs. McDonough was chief of staff to former President Barack Obama. President Trump announced today that Israel and Morocco have agreed to normalize relations. U. S brokered deal is the fourth in four months between Israel and Arab nations in Jerusalem, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu cheered the agreement and laid out its terms. We'll resume liaison officers quickly between Israel and Morocco and work as rapidly as possible to establish full diplomatic relations. We'll also institute direct flights between Morocco in Israel and his role in Morocco, giving this bridge of peace and even more solid foundation. As part of the deal. The U. S will also recognize Morocco's claim over the disputed Western Sahara region. Lebanon's caretaker Prime Minister Hassan Diab was charged today with negligence in connection with the Beirut port explosion. Prosecutor probing August blast also charged three former ministers more than 200 people died and thousands were injured when the explosive material stored at the port detonated. Minneapolis City Council today unanimously passed a new budget that will shift $8 million from the police Department to violence prevention and other programs. It did not cut the size of the police force. City has seen a rise in crime amid calls to defund the police after the police killing of George Floyd in May. An investigation by The Associated Press is uncovered at least six allegations of sexual misconduct involving senior FBI officials over the past five years. Who were brought forward this week by women who say they were sexually assaulted by ranking agents. Several of the accused were transferred or retired with full pensions and benefits. Trump Administration tonight will carry out the first of five executions that it has scheduled before President elect Biden takes office In January, former Texas gang member Branden Bernard will be put to death by lethal injection. 1999 killing of a religious couple in Texas. He was 18 at the time of the crime. President Trump resumed federal executions in July after a 17 year pause. U S. Justice Department is suing the state of Alabama for failing to protect male inmates in its state prisons. In a statement, the DOJ said that the facilities were quote riddled with prisoner on prisoner and guard on prisoner violence. Violations of lead, two homicides, rapes and serious injuries. Governor Kay Ivey called the lawsuit disappointing and stocks were mixed. On Wall Street Today, the Dow Jones industrial average lost 69 points. Close at 9 29,099, the NASDAQ Rose 67 points and the S and P 500 slipped nearly five still to come on the news hour. Why President.

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"domestic policy" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"domestic policy" Discussed on KCRW

"Things considered from NPR and KCRW. A Thursday edition starts at three. Yeah. Even at that time adviser is asking Operation Warp speed. Officials don't want to lock in on extra 100 million doses or 200 million doses because you don't have to pay for them unless it works and the answer, Woz. No, we're sticking with our strategy. I'm Michel Baba. That's today on the data from The New York Times. Live from NPR news. I'm to Wayne Brown. The number of deaths from covert 19 have now top 3100 Day in the U. S. For the first time ever, and the worst is likely yet to come. Blake Farmer of member Station WPL in reports from Tennessee, a state where covert death set a new record high. Tennessee this week reported 100 deaths from covert 19 on a single day. Many of these are debts from two weeks ago or more, since there's a built in lag to link up death certificates with positive Corona virus test results, and epidemiologist Melissa Muk feeders of Vanderbilt University, says worst numbers air coming since deaths follow hospitalizations, which are still surging to new highs. The thing to remember is that we've already set the trajectory for the next few weeks, and so As those hospitalizations air going up. Those deaths that follow are already said. Peter says these sobering statistic should inspire people to be more vigilant over the next few months Otherwise, January and February could dwarf the deaths being disclosed this week for NPR news. I'm Blake Farmer in Nashville. President elect Joe Biden continues to fill out his incoming team with former White House officials from the Obama administration as NPR's winter, Johnston tells us, Biden is tapped foreign policy veterans Susan Rice two leaders Domestic Policy Council, Rice served in the Obama administration as the ambassador to the United Nations and later as national security advisor. She's expected to play a critical role in advancing the incoming administration's build back Better agenda, which includes proposals to invest trillions of dollars in American infrastructure and manufacturing. At one point, Susan Rice was on Biden's short list for vice president before he selected Senator Kamila Harris MPR's Windsor Johnson. Biden also plans to name Denis McDonough as his pick to run the Department of Veterans Affairs. McDonough is not himself a veteran he served His chief of staff. In the Obama White House. This is NPR. Lebanon's outgoing prime minister and three former ministers have been charged with negligence after a massive explosion in Beirut last August. Not AH, Homsi has the story. The judge leading the investigation into Beirut's port explosion. Indicted caretaker prime minister has Sandy ebb and three former ministers over charges that they did not take sufficient measures to avoid the devastating explosion. Had received several written notices, warning them of possible impending danger, local media reported. Although 37 people have been prosecuted. These recent indictments are the first charges against high ranking officials since the explosion on August 4. The blast was caused by nearly 3000 tons of ammonium nitrate left haphazardly in a warehouse for years. It killed at least 200 people, injured thousands and devastated swaths of Beirut. Sandy Ebb, and the foreign ministers are set to be questioned next week for NPR news. I'm not a home see in Beirut, a new poll finds a majority of Americans think indoor team sport should be banned this summer, or rather, this winter is Corona virus infections continue to surge across the country. The NPR PBS news Hour Maris poll shows people are concerned playing indoor sports will spread the virus and their local communities, while nearly half of those polled think football fans shouldn't be allowed to attend the Super Bowl. In February. Stocks finished mixed on Wall Street. Today, the Dow lost 69 points, or almost a quarter percent. You're listening to NPR. KCRW. Sponsors include Netflix, presenting MAG Directed.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"domestic policy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"For unemployment benefits grows weekly jobless claims have been at historically high level since March, when the corona virus pandemic first hit the U. S. Now they're on the rise again. The Labor Department, says 853,000 People filed for benefits last week. That's the most since September. Another round of coronavirus relief is not on what you would call the fast track. It's been months of talk and sometimes no talk and now another pushes facing continuing hurdles in July. August, September, October and November, trying different ways to create common ground here in December. The challenges are the same. Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell doesn't endorse this legislation and does not look inclined to allow a vote on it. Meantime, a six page framework of the plan obtained by The New York Times says the bipartisan group has an agreement in principle for providing billions to state and local governments and offering liability protections to institutions open during the pandemic as the basis for good faith negotiations. The legislation, however, Does not include another round of stimulus checks. I'm Mike power. Said. I might already leader Chuck Schumer says it's time for Republicans and their ongoing charade and publicly acknowledged Joe Biden as the president elect. There were actually sitting senators and Congress members. Who prefer to undermine our democracy by indulging President Trump's wild conspiracy theories about a stolen election profession, intellectual Biden, meantime, continuing to fill out parts of his Administration and in the case of Susan Rice, it's not you can go home again. It's you can go to the West Wing again. President would like to bite in his stabbing Rice to head his White House Domestic Policy Council opposed that'll give her broad sway over his administration's approach to immigration, health care and other topics. It's a surprising shift. Rice is a long time foreign policy expert. Was president Obama's national security advisor and U. N Ambassador. She's the latest former Obama aide Biden's picking to fill out his own administration. He's also going to nominate former Obama White House chief of Staff Denis McDonough as Veterans affairs secretary..

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"domestic policy" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"domestic policy" Discussed on WTOP

"Maryland Advisers. Corona virus vaccine is under the microscope, The Food and Drug Administration advisory panel is meeting virtually to review the safety and efficacy of the vaccine, the American public demand and deserve Rigorous, comprehensive and independent review of the data Once approved, the first vaccinations in the U. S could start in just days. But that wouldn't be soon enough. On Wednesday, the U. S reported more than 3000 covert deaths, the deadliest day yet. President elect Biden has announced new picks for his Cabinet correspondent Stephen Portnoy. Denis McDonough, who spent four years is Barack Obama's chief of staff, is neither a physician nor a veteran, a transition aides say, is an experienced manager. He's the right choice to lead the Department of Veterans Affairs, the nation's largest health care system. Have confirmed Tom Vilsack would reprise his Obama era role as agriculture secretary, Ohio Congresswoman Marsha Fudge would lead hut and Susan Rice. Mr. Obama's national security adviser, is the choice to lead Mr Biden's domestic Policy council. They graduated high school. Then they decided to stay home. Researchers believe the pandemic is to blame. CBS is Lisa Matteo, National Student Clearinghouse Research Center says the number of students heading to college after high school fell nearly 22% this fall over last Here. The survey of more than 2300 high schools nationwide also found urban districts were affected. The most CBS is Steve Futterman says advocates are fighting the planned execution today of branded Bernard A plea by actress Kim Kardashian to stop the execution of a 40 year old man is having an impact. Kardashian is asking President Trump to commute the sentence of Brandon Bernard. 40 year old African American. He is set to die for his role in the 1999 double murder of two youth ministers in Texas. And she says while he did participate, his role was minor compared to some of the others. More than a half million people have signed a petition urging that his sentence be commuted to life in prison. The mother of Casey Goodson, the Black man, shot and killed by a sheriff's deputy in Columbus, Ohio, last week, is looking for answers about why her son was killed. What did he do? Why do you deserve? The police say Goodson waved a gun at the sheriff's deputy who wound up killing him. Goodson had a concealed weapons permit. The Dow is down 94 At this hour. The NASDAQ is up 35. This is CBS News presented by Rocket mortgage when you need certainty in the home buying process with a loan that fits your life rocket can when you need an expert to help navigate the home loan process. Rocket can 303.

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AP News

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"domestic policy" Discussed on AP News

"And as yet investigational vaccine that has been developed, tested and reviewed in record time, with additional testing still underway in ongoing studies. That vaccine is from Fizer and buy on tick. Dr Dorian Think is on the advisory board. Approval is expected. And if that happens, distribution starts soon, Dr. Nancy Messenger a with the CDC says This is a big job. Effective monitoring. Is it top priority for the U. S government, and we're committed to ensuring that all the systems are in place and ready to go with soon As the vaccine program is implemented, Shots could begin within days for health care workers and people in nursing homes. The number of people filing claims for unemployment keep rising. It was 853,000 last week. Susan Rice is headed back to the West Wing. The AP Soccer Madani has the story. President elect Biden is stabbing Rice to head his White House Domestic Policy Council opposed that'll give her broad sway over his administration's approach to immigration, health care and other topics. It's a surprising shift. Rice is a long time foreign policy expert. Was president Obama's national security advisor and U. N Ambassador. She's the latest former Obama aide Biden's picking to fill out his own administration. He's also going to nominate former Obama White House chief of Staff Denis McDonough as veterans affairs secretary. Saga REM AGONY Washington A gentrification project that is blockaded several city blocks in Portland, Oregon, entered its third day today, People dressed in black and wearing ski masks continued to build makeshift barriers. A federal judge in Maryland denied the Trump administration's request to reinstate a rule that would require women to visit a hospital clinic or medical office to get an abortion pill during the pandemic. This is AP News. The European Central Bank is unleashed another $600 billion to help deal with Corona viruses impact on Christmas sales Oh in society and infections shut down large parts of the European economy ahead of the region's most important holiday. E. C B President Cristina Guard said something was needed to help certain sectors of the economy..

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"domestic policy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"domestic policy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And economic stimulus talked in Washington appear to have stalled. Let's bring in Brooke Rollin. She is the acting director of the White House Domestic Policy Council, and she joins us now Welcome to the news hour, Brooke Rollin, So we know that the president has been saying for months he wants A covert relief package. He sent Treasury Secretary Mnuchin to negotiate. Then, at the beginning of October, the president said, No, the talks are off. Then he turned around and said no there back on with certain conditions, Then we've heard From the Senate Majority leader, Mitch McConnell that there shouldn't be any agreement until after the election. So is this still a priority for the president? Well, I think there's no doubt Judy. Thank you for having me By the way, I think there's no doubt I'm not sure there's anyone in America who wants a deal Stimulus package deal More than President Trump. He has been Hyper focused on trying to make sure that Americans have what they need to get through this pandemic. What I will say also, and you know you're right. It's kind of gone back and forth, but that ultimately we have come back to the table and back to the table, and I think we've come up a few times. And I'm not sure that the House has been willing that Speaker Pelosi Has been willing to be as flexible and as willing to negotiate as we have. But once the elections past, I think of all the parties will come back to the table, and I really sincerely believe that we'll have a deal that will benefit Americans, all Americans, but especially those who need it the most. When we've also heard there's been resistance, I mean speak majority leader. McConnell himself has said that there's resistance from a number of Republican Senators. My question is, why hasn't the president used his his clout his leverage with Republican senators to get them to agree to something? Well, I think his focus has been on what is the best deal for the American people, and I think he has said publicly I'm not saying anything to get out in front of him that the idea of sending hundreds of billions of dollars too. Bailout states and cities that have been poorly run just isn't fair to the American taxpayer. And so I think that the Republicans in the Senate not to put words in their mouth, but I think that's a big part of the concern is how big the number is. There's 300 billion left unspent from the last deal. So how can we come together and ensure that this really is the best deal for the American people? I'm asking because, as you know, the need is great in many of these cities where I'm also asking because I'm about to interview after I speak with you, the mayor of Chicago, Lori Lightfoot, They are in terrible economic straits and a number of other cities around the country in both red states and blue states, So the question is Why hasn't there been more of a push from the White House? Well, I think there has been a significant push. I think maybe we way have a different definition of what a push could look like. But we have tried and tried and tried and keep in mind. The Democrats have not been willing to move one inch on the numbers. So I think that saying that that we haven't tried hard enough is not necessarily fair, but I think we will continue to move forward. I think mayors in this country like Mayor Lightfoot and others.

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"domestic policy" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"domestic policy" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Billy coming in the Great American, Of course, a week from tomorrow, rather dramatic things they're going to occur. And tonight, Amy Cockney Barrett we think at 9 10 11 o'clock may be sworn in as the Next Associate Justice. United States Supreme Court Joining you and I now in the Midwest is Brick or Rollins. Brooke Rollins is the acting director of the domestic Policy Council in the White House and Brooke Rollins. Welcome to the Bill Cunningham Show. Brooke, How are you? I'm great at what you do. It's great, Great afternoon to be in America. Now, before we talk about the economic policy, and I watched your good friend of mine, Larry Kudlow, and I love that guy this morning on some morning talk shows about the charges of the Democratic left. There is no plan. There is no policy and the second trump term, which I want to tell you in a few minutes why it's going to happen. And since you're injured charge of domestic policy, you have a dog in this fight, But before that, how do we feel now? Is Americans that Justice Amy Cockney Barrett sometime tonight is going to take the seat of Ruth Bader Ginsberg and rule for 1000 years on the U. S Supreme Court. Well, it's a good day. You're totally right now. What a good day to be an American and What a good day to be in this country and the extraordinary amazing inspiring A judge Barrett is about to become justice Bharat to be on the court, hopefully, for you know, for many decades, so we're really excited and what an extraordinary president That just sees the future and seizes it, sees it and seizes it and make sure that we're going to, you know, continue to move this country in the right direction. Now, before we talk about domestic policy in the next four years, and I say there was going to be four more years because of this As you may know, there's always two issues that dominate all the others that get presidents re elected. One is the economy and to its safety. So on the economy were like what the president accomplished until the Chinese virus struck is in February and March. It was UN president. So for those who say On the radical leftist that there's no plan for the second term. You're in charge of domestic policy in the White House. Give me the headline. What are the plans? Well, there, there probably has never been a president. More prepared for terms to them. This president his vision of a stronger economy than we had even pre coded Which again is unprecedented. His vision of a health care system was lower cost better care more choices that serves all Americans. Not just 10, million Americans and Obama care a safe and secure America to your point in America, where you're states to build a business and raise a family and go to the school. Speaking of schools in America, where you have an education system, where I have a choice. Parents have a choice to send their child to the best school in the country. Then we moved to foreign policy. What this president has already done on foreign policy with his peace deals with with destroying the Isis caliphate with everything that he's done to keep America will really make America safer on the world stage than it has ever been before. And then finally, the moon shots, right? I mean, getting people getting getting men onto Mars getting back to the moon, figuring out how we clean our oceans, figuring out what you know what this space force looks like. It's really remarkable. It is. It is a a re imagination of this country. But based on the founding fathers, vision of freedom and prosperity and opportunity, so we're So excited about what the next four years will look like. Now, Brooke there in the White House when I looked at the radical leftist and if I hear the cackle of Senator Kamala Harris anymore, I might might suffer from projectile vomiting and explosive diarrhea simultaneously. That was discussed in a way that I don't want that to happen here. But I'm listening. I'm losing my mind. Give the American people in the Midwest. The idea. Let's take the other course. Let's say sleepy Joe Biden, who continues to be in his bunker here We are eight days before the election. He doesn't have the energy to Groton do work. Let's say stays in his bunker and it gets elected. Give me the Democratic plan, as opposed to the Trump plan for the next four years. Assuming Biden wins, then what happens? Well, I will say this that I'm not sure there has ever been an alternative. That is more stark with more of a contract. Then what Americans are facing today. You know, you think back to Obama's first run right? He was running to cut taxes for 95% of Americans. He was running for transparent government, and he was running for traditional family values. I mean, that was Barack Obama. However, many years ago today we have a Democrat party that has completely completely run so far away from what America is, and should be there for raising taxes, destroying job. Ah green new deal that would basically pummel well in. Frankly, not Pamela would end our fossil fuel, oil and gas industry. The president is in Pennsylvania, doing three rallies today. Talking about just that. Their idea of an education system where kids air trapped in the schools that that don't best serve them so that they can, you know, lift up the teachers union, a country that just is not American exceptionalism. That's an apologist for the rest of the world. It really is such a stark contrast. You see that Democrats cities being burned to the ground and the rioting and you know the Democrats not being willing to stand up to that, And then you see this president and conservatives and Republicans all over the country, saying no more We will take our country back. And the second thing that presidents get elected, reelected number one is jobs in the economy. And no American presidents done better than the Trumpster. But the second thing is safety. But when I think this morning, Seattle I had a guest on last night on the premiere show that I do that Seattle is disintegrating. That is thousands of homeless have taken over. They laid off. They fired 1/10 of the place department. They defunded the rest of the police department. The retirements and people are quitting the cops or quitting men and women said they can't handle it anymore. The city's going down. The tubes, along with every major urban area, controlled by the Democratic Party is in collapse and the to take those policies that failed and put them in Washington with an infirm and Alzheimer's, and whatever you want to say about Joe Bynes, mental acuity, and also he's no energy would bring San Francisco values to Washington, D..

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"domestic policy" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:01 min | 1 year ago

"domestic policy" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Back to the Tampa office we're joined by Ryan Streeter he's the director of domestic Policy Studies at the American enterprise institute that is also where you find Dr Scott Gottlieb who we've talked about a lot on the show former FDA commissioner and one of the higher profile voices when it comes to all things related to dealing with this pandemic on the Sunday talk shows and op ed pages and as well a Ryan you sort of fly in formation with Scott and at least in part in this op ed that I referred to before the break eight you talk about sort of three reasons why it's important that we start to create a little bit more of a sense of urgency about antiviral treatments yeah that's right and it's got a real professional here I'm not about medical policy expert but I wrote this and someone will receive their domestic policy working off the phones working out White House before and have experience on the inside of a managing policy number with anything it's huge and then I put in incorrectly situation that's the point I was trying to make enough pieces to say that when the White House particularly through the briefing structure quotes and stuff on certain topics that people whose responsibility it is to work in the area covered by the topics feel an additional amount of accountability and transparency in pressure good good kind of pressure I love this piece because in observing the daily greetings I was struck by how absent this topic was from the session that is there a better sense of where we stand in terms of treatment and just to clarify it but treatments are basically all the two big buckets one would be antiviral medications that you're you're not acting but these are like other types of medications you might take to combat the effects of the virus and took to minimize the symptoms and possibly even prevent you from getting sick in the first place in the second are the antibody therapeutics which are essentially create the antibody but your your body would produce if you had to do it all ready and help you build up immunity to it without ever having had the disease and there are some promising therapy in development right now we still don't know enough about them but the reason it's good to focus on the things so that the media's attention business leaders attention others gets focused on the things that can be a critical part of the solution and we're all talking about how to reopen the economy and land and and what the world social distancing is and and proper hygiene and all that but when we got there a few days out there that's going to get a lot of people lot more confident about being able to reopen more fully and content that if you get sick or something you can take that will will most likely minimize its effect on you a better public awareness of the things create pressure on the plane here in general if the federal regulators and particularly the job it is to make sure the thing get to market as quickly as possible it's not the default mode of regulators to move quickly which is which is why putting some pressure on them to defend yeah I mean it makes perfect sense and and you know this is sort of being trying to have foresight that you know we didn't have in many respects with respect to the outbreak so you know one of the the drugs that's mentioned showing some promises run that severe which is also in clinical trials but it would make sense to ask the question and as you say apply the pressure by asking the question okay let's say run that's of your continued to show promise and you know we know that the clinical trials it that are ongoing or gonna be done somewhere around here will be able to make some sort of declarative statement somewhere around here and then what's the process by which if if it was green lighted every day this actually could be a very effective treatment that you get it widely distributed to the fifty states to localities and so forth so we don't have sort of a February testing CDC fiasco again yeah that's right and it's you know once people begin to understand more about what these things can do and and you you mentioned that it has shown there hasn't been one for the trials in the proper way but that news that came out of that one year study which didn't have a control group that showed some real promise on over a hundred people who were who were severely sick when when we understand that something like that it's showing I'm not promise that they're going to ramp up production and start making available the hot spot the public needs to understand how that all works and do get access to it and and ended up in a house that ministers that we don't have a run on on pharmacy than that we don't have the kind of confusion that we had with the whole TV thing and that thing which is still ongoing problem I think you know the the recipient and what I'm suggesting is that you start to get people's hopes up too early eastern and you start to have people thinking well I'll be fine by July all this stuff has to be delivered with the proper cob yachts but it's really important for the public understand what's going on and and I should say you know even since I wrote this this because I've talked with people in the community I talked with the CEO of the nation's largest pharmaceutical companies last week you said on this issue of therapeutic the FDA has really stepped up its responsiveness and I was glad to hear that he said that they they're kind of working in real time together working have an unprecedented fast way and that that was gonna be here and then also and I reference this in the speech my colleague that yeah you all of them are really good views on the role of the NIH in office a couple weeks ago and I lived through that in the us that you referred to and I've noticed since then just the last few days and I am now this new partnership they have a number of different scientists around the country to to coordinate the pockets of developments that kind of rank which drugs are showing most promise immersion big spending more of our time and resources in ensuring information in real time which really just help the whole project be coordinated of what more mistakes than actually move more quickly I wanted to get what your reaction anything you know on the other matter this came up in the briefing to with doctor Han and that's the antibody testing the number of applications for versus the number of emergency use authorizations and the question of accuracy yeah that's I mean it's a bit complicated sort of technology and and I'm not the expert to dig into the the micro details of it but it is it is very complex there are there are a few therapies that also are part of I have been appalled along your divine for other types of things are being adapted to to this there is there is always the question of of all positives and negatives when we do this kind of work that I know is a birth is a real concern but I I'm I'm hopeful that that they'll they'll be able to the scientists have been doing this for a long long time and so they they understand that the nature of this type thirty thirty days of the the kind of virus they're dealing with and so I'm I'm hopeful that we'll be making some progress there are much of anything is on the same timeline that run disappeared on antiviral can't but there are a few that are that are making you far behind that so you know we again we want to be cautious and in it how we get our hopes up and there's still a lot that we don't know about this virus memory learning for three years the combo you know what the the type of reaction that you're deciding that different countries and communities that that may be the B. what what how this thing actually that should be transmitted from people that are still so learning about also how it's gonna be affected by warmer weather which you were still not totally clear about but hopeful that the warmer months will see it receive at least somewhat what's that give us a little bit more breathing time to develop each treatment there's there's still a lot that we don't know about.

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"domestic policy" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"domestic policy" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Is gonna sell in order to pull something like that off in order to make that you you have to have a foundation of three existing hate for trump beyond your own is stored and radical base and you don't you're doing the exact opposite of what you intend your building support for trump people are rallying around trump you're supporting they are cheering what this president is doing in every which theater you could imagine economics domestic policy foreign policy war on terror he's being cheered people are lining up in sub freezing temperatures for hours to get into was rallies and you really think bad you're gonna make hay it by blaming Tromp for what the Iranian terrorists are doing and then by saying trump had no reason to take out some of money even though he is responsible without any imminent attack for the death of hundreds of Americans so far and counting so all you have to include they're not that dumb so this is obviously fundraising one of teh what else it is function coming up but I'm going to break this down the Democrat party outside of the media has become a leaderless in Washington it isn't a policy and it's not Chuck you know Schumer and it isn't anybody there's nobody establishing Hey leadership plan a leadership strategy there's nobody enforcing discipline on the troops it just everybody out there speaking and doing for themselves trying to get noticed and the drive bys televising all of it hoping somebody could not with the American people on some level of they can actually oppose drop for causing problems but they're just flailing away I mean stop and think if you will literally passed two articles of impeachment and you don't send them to the Senate and you think somehow this is going to cause negative numbers for trump one what it does is cause average ordinary mark so what are you doing okay simply think I know what you're not going to send the case over to the center not going to be a trial it's the Democrats and their actions that are inexplicable thank you not true they're totally understandable they've been poisoned with partisanship and hatred and it's clear as a bell that's what's Dr celebrating the.

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"domestic policy" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"domestic policy" Discussed on KTOK

"Homelands shake off. I'm Carmen Roberts. Fox news. The White House announces three major changes for homeland security on the way out the acting head of ice, the director of the secret service and secretary care Ston. Nielsen President Trump has waxed in waned in his support for Nielsen. But felt it was finally time to make a change in choosing customs and border protection chief Kevin mcelwain into replace Nielsen. President Trump is signaling that border security is his top priority for the department. Democrats were not kind to Nielsen on her way out, but they're real target was President Trump and his immigration policies. John Robertson, more changes are likely because the president's domestic policy chief, Stephen Miller who is now in charge of immigration is known for pushing hard line policies. First term congresswoman Ilhan Omar tweeted yesterday that Miller is a white nationalist, Omar as one of the first Muslim women elected to congress and a blow to the president's emmigration policies. The San Francisco judge block. The administration's policy of sending asylum-seekers back to Mexico as they wait for a court. Hearing a Texas man who pleaded guilty to an ISIS. Inspired plot is headed to prison. Eighteen year old Martinez easy. Iran pleaded guilty to solicitation of capital murder and received the twenty year prison sentence along with a ten year sentence. He will serve concurrently for making a terroristic threat James rose with fucks for Dallas. And the NCWA winner is the Cavaliers conquer the red raiders..

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"domestic policy" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"domestic policy" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"I'm Carmen Roberts. Fox news. The White House announces three major changes for homeland security on the way out the acting. How of ice the director of the secret service and secretary Kerstin? Nielsen President Trump has waxed in waned in his support for Nielsen but failed it was finally time to make a change in choosing customs and border protection chief Kevin Macalinsan to replace Nielsen. President Trump is signaling that border security is his top priority for the department. Democrats were not kind to Nielsen on her way out, but they're real target was President Trump and his immigration policies. John Robertson, more changes are likely because the president's domestic policy chief, Stephen Miller who is now in charge of immigration is known for pushing hard line policies. First term congresswoman Ilhan Omar tweeted yesterday that Miller is a white nationalist, Omar as one of the first Muslim women elected to congress and. Blow to the president's immigration policies. The San Francisco judge blocked the administration's policy of sending asylum seekers back to Mexico as they wait for a court. Hearing a Texas man who pleaded guilty to an ISIS. Inspired plot is headed to prison. Eighteen year old Mattino Z? Iran pleaded guilty to solicitation of capital murder and received a twenty year prison sentence along with a ten year sentence. He will serve concurrently for making a terroristic threat James rose with FOX for Dallas. And the NCWA winner is the Cavaliers conquer the red raiders. That is no good rebound..

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"domestic policy" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"domestic policy" Discussed on Amanpour

"So let's focus a little bit on domestic policy in part because many of the people in the freshman class who have joined your ranks are people at a lot of the people gotten a lot of attention are people who are avowedly. Well, they'll say that they're socialists that they believe in what they say, you're very different things, they believe in a different taxi taxation policies, they believe in investments in things like, you know, services healthcare infrastructure, how are you going to work with this group? Let me first say that I think one of the strongest points about the democratic caucus is that we're abroad ten caucus. We have lots of diverse ideas and passionate individuals and that makes for a better caucus better debate on the issues and for a better country. I'm focused on making sure that in this divided government where we have a Republican held Senate and a Republican White House that we advanced policies that can address the issues that are. During my constituents today, the cost of healthcare, the rising cost of housing and education, all of these things that we advanced legislation that addresses, those issues today, we're nation of laws, and the only things that really matter are the ideas that actually become law. Okay. But your one of your colleagues one of the colleagues, it's got a great deal of attention example, Cossio Cortes says that she believes in higher marginal tax rates on the highest income citizens the highest income tax payers now, let's just let's just establish his fact that there are a lot of people who are distorting what that means for their own political purposes, but it's a small business person yourself, you'd perfectly well know what that means. It doesn't mean taxing the highest doesn't mean taxing every dollar at the highest tax way. But it does mean taxing the highest taxpayers at a higher marginal rate is that something that you'd consider. I think that it's really important that all of these voices are heard in certainly her voices, an important voice, but is one of many of the democratic caucus and what the tax. Rates should be is a debate that we should have. But I know for certain that the Republican tax cut that gave tax cuts to the wealthiest among us and to the largest corporations and blue giant hole in our that was the wrong approach. And so I'm looking forward to working together with my colleagues both within my caucus as well as a cross the aisle to figure out what is the right level of ensuring that we have revenues that will allow us to make the outlays that are so incredibly important to the future of this country. Is it true? Also that you invented a of an hold a patent for a design of. Let me get this. Right. Softball pants is that right or baseball. Is that true that you design them and hold the patent for them? And that is true. And I think it's a reflection of one of the things that's great about America. Is that it's about innovation? So I bumped into a problem where women's softball pants were essentially men's baseball pants shrunken and made pink and that really doesn't accommodate for the body shape of a woman. And so I read Zayn to the pant in collaboration with my husband, and we were able to secure design patent on it. But I think that's a reflection of a broader narrative about America where you run into a problem. And then you find ways to innovate a better solution for it. And I certainly take that approach to legislating is trying to find innovative solutions to move this country forward. Well, what are the reasons that I bought that up? Is that your story is so compelling, and yet there are so many people who believe that the system no longer works for them that the. Path that you took education owning a small business. There are many many people in this country believe that those paths are either closed to them or that they don't work for them anymore..

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