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Fresh update on "eleanor holmes norton" discussed on Rick Hamada
"Better turn this? Uh, turn this song down, then. Heylen hot for teacher. Because I envision C square in his office dancing on his desk. This is the tune of all tunes Right here on the 30 Case Feats recommended program with Scotty be it is a 38. Brothers. He's square and I going through some stuff. Bring up the D. C. I've you know, seen a few conversations about it seems to be cyclical. Maybe in a way. That it's always considered. But why should or shouldn't The District of Columbia become the 51st state. A lady. Both arguments. Um Feed the population. The district is has been increasing over the last decade, and so you have almost 700,000 people that are in the district. They do not have voting rights, eh? So they don't have congressmen or senators. They have a not they have a delegate, Eleanor Holmes Norton. Perennially is the person who was elected who contributes and works in Congress. But they don't have voting rights. And you have states like Montana out West but have two senators and representatives, Um smaller states and so by population, they should be given representation, and that's the argument on the left. Um, on the right or I shouldn't even say just on the law. Um, you know, the Constitution is incredibly specific about this. That, uh it's Article one, Section eight. Clause 17 and specifically designated the federal government shall designate 10 Square acres of land tense department 10 square miles of land to establish a federal district. And that that land shall be governed by by Congress by the federal government. And if you go through and you look at the federalist papers, it's like a cliff notes version of why they did this. It wasn't an accident. It could have easily have made New York or Philadelphia and the other established city, the seat of government. New York was the seat of government. They did this intentionally, and the idea was to have one place where nobody else but the government was to be situated. And so you know, the Democrats have talked about Shrinking the size of the district to on Lee the federal buildings again If you read the intent of the Constitution that wasn't what was intended, and it's actually Way too short cut what would have to be on amendments process that would have an amendment go to the Constitution to create DC as a separate state. And you know, that's just not going to see the light of day in this generation. So I think that's a little bit, uh, on the Democratic side going to, um, a shortcut, trying to figure out a way to add to Senate seats in the House seat. Or more to balance out Congress and what is perceived to be a GOP jail Geographic exactly advantage, particularly with Iron red Hold on the west that is very slightly populated. So what would be the initiative? If the sentiments are Hey, we definitely want to do this. If if this were to happen, what would have to happen? Well, if you wanted to do it correctly, they would have to be a Congress. We have to pass an amendment two thirds each house and then we sent to the states and three quarters of the states would have to approve it in order for DC to become a state. Don't see that happening in any in any politics. The other proposal that they're talking about is to. Essentially it is within the gut The power of Congress to shrink the size of the federal the the amount of Federal sovereignty to just the buildings. And so the population areas of D C would be free to incorporate themselves and become a state and ask for admission to the union. No one's ever really done it in this particular means on federal territory. So how that would play out is not very clear. I don't think that right now there is Despite what the Democrats say about a united front on this. I don't think that there is the sentiment to do that at this time. Hardship. Thank you for that. I was curious, and that helped so very much. Also curious about Scotty's And the Supreme Court of the United States. There is a question being presented about immigration, and this has to do about TPS or Temporary protected status. However, connected with this decision would be allowing green cards and this would be A component of this decision one way or the other. You're take on the status of this in court, and then secondarily Green cards. Why are they so valuable? Yeah, The the Scottish case is a function of certain people who are from our displaced because of earthquakes or natural disasters are eligible to come to the United States. On to reside here for a period of time until the areas they're back home or taking care of many of them came. Some came here illegally and then got TPS status because of something that happened in their country, And the question is whether or not those individuals will be eligible to get green cards to stay in the young stitch. And they were competing interests. Aural arguments on that will be heard. I believe today. On day will be decided that we're in, uh, decided in the fall. So, um, I think that you know, green cards are valuable because as a memory and coming in It is a theme the next best ticket to two semi permanent status in the United States. And so as long as you have a green card, you're good to go in terms of getting employment being taxed the only things that you can't do. Obviously you can't vote on D so it's so valuable to have that because it allows you to establish a semi permanent residents, the United States. Even though you're a foreign national Gotcha. Talking. Was he square 8 44 in the morning news radio. I'd like to switch over for a few moments and two Cove it just two points and then we can expand on them. Here in the state of Hawaii, announced that individuals 16 years and over. And now take the vaccine, make the appointment and get vaccinated. This is also obviously part of the.
Norton pushes Washington DC Union Station redevelopment funding as a priority for Congress
"Eleanor Holmes Norton wants redeveloping and expanding Union station to be a priority for Congress. The union station expansion project is estimated to cost between 5.8 and $7.5 billion and Norton says Congress should put aside funding for it when considering the upcoming build back better infrastructure plan. The plan is estimated to have about $1 trillion for transportation projects and letters. Transportation Secretary Pete Buddha Judge Norton said that since Union Station is federally owned, and President Joe Biden has emphasized the need for greater investment in high speed rail that the project should be considered for funding in the plan. The union station revamp includes plans for new platforms, a new parking garage, a new bus facility and new retail and office space. Valerie Bonked
Melvin Hazen Helped Segregate Washington DC, And Got A Park In His Name
"Eighty years ago. Any washingtonian would have likely known. The name melvin. Hazen he was the city's defacto mayor before residents were allowed to elect their own leaders now neighbors and officials are calling for hazings name to be removed from local park. Wmu's jacob fenced-in explains why if you've never heard the name. Melvin hazen you're not alone melvyn hayes and was is coretec. Watch hikes to my along. Trail named for mr hazen three times a week with her dog but never knew who was named four or why not. I mean it's got the creek right beside it. The trail crisscrossing. Melvin creek winding valley under a canopy of beach and tulip trees at leads from rock creek. Park up to connecticut avenue. Recently neighbors have begun to learn about the man behind the name basically thanks to him that or free. Upper northwest is as white as it is. Monmouth is a local advisory neighborhood commissioner. She says he's in policies when he ran. The city in the nineteen thirties were racist. He worked to bulldoze one of the only black communities west of rock creek that legacy of segregation is visible to this day word. Three where melvin. Park is located his just seven percent black given the ugly history. Is this really. We want to memorialize answer no in november nemeth and the anc called on the national park service which owns the park to rename it dc congresswoman. Eleanor holmes norton made the same request. It's the latest effort to scrub the city. In the country of names and monuments with racist legacies the scrutiny on hazing is due in part to research done by local historian and writer neil flanagan. It's a story that explains a lot about why. Dc looks the way it does you know why on one side of rock creek park and why qabala live on the other during seasons fifty year career in dc. He went from an axeman clearing land to make way for streets to district. Surveyor president of the board of supervisors
Could Beach Drive in Washington DC's Rock Creek Park stay closed to cars after the pandemic?
"Copper Beech Drive in Rock Creek Park has been closed to cars for most of the pandemic, creating a paradise for bikers, walkers and runners. Could that be permanent at an online Q and a session hosted by D. C. Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton, Rock Creek Park Superintendent Julia Washburn was asked about keeping up her beach drive closed to cars. We do plan when the city returns to Is four, which is normal operations for the city. The plan currently is to reopen. However, Washburn says there's been a lot of discussion among D C leaders about this and her agency is willing to listen. If it is permanently closed, there would have to be some plan for the more than 5000 cars a day that used the roadway prior to the pandemic. Kyle
Bill is back to make Washington, DC 51st state — still faces high hurdle in Senate
"The license plates for D C. Residents read in big, bold letters and taxation without representation. It's a rallying cry against D. C is the lack of direct voting power in the U. S. Congress as NPR's Barbara Sprint reports. Statehood advocates are hopeful that what was once seen as a liberal pipe dream is now gaining traction. 30 years ago, delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton first introduced a bill for Washington D. C. Statehood. She's back at it, and this time, she says, it feels different. We've gotten off of the wish list, too. On approach of a new reality. Norton says she's encouraged by national polls that suggest growing support for statehood and the record number of co sponsors. The House legislation and its Senate counterpart, have Her bill, which strength the size of the federal district and admit the remaining area as the nation's 51st state. But Republicans stand universally opposed, arguing it would take a constitutional amendment to admit D. C as a state. Here's Georgia Congressman Jody Hice during today's House oversight hearing, the Democratic Party attempting a political power grab of obtaining more senators, that's entirely what this is all about. That phrase power grab is a constant and GOP messaging on statehood, referring to the fact that the district votes overwhelmingly for Democrats and would likely elect two Democratic senators. But Norton tells NPR that at its core statehood is not about politics while we're looking for is equality with other Americans, especially since we pay the highest federal taxes per capita in the United States, she notes that D C has a population of over 700,000 residents larger than Wyoming and Vermont. Last year when the House first past Norton's bill, Republican Senator Tom Cotton of Arkansas, dismissed that point. Wyoming is a well rounded working class state. New state of Washington would not be. It was a barb that stung many residents in the district, including business owner Deana Dorsey Calloway. You can't see me, but I'm having an emotional reaction. The eyes are watering probably hear my voice quivering of it, because Just it's disgusting. It's you're a sure of an entire population of people here in Washington, advocates argue statehood is also a civil rights issue, as most of DC's residents are minorities. We do believe this is one of the most important racial justice fights of our time that stash a Rhodes, campaign manager of 51 for 51, a statehood campaign from our perspective, leaving 700,000 mostly black and brown residents without a vote in Congress is racism. D C. Residents pay federal taxes and serve in the military but have no voting Congress. This is an injustice and honestly a stain on American democracy. Norton's bill is all but guaranteed passage in the House. There's broad support from Democrats in the Senate and the White House. But there's a road block. The Senate has a big brick wall in front of its called the Filibusters that house bills are passing and slamming right into. That's Ellie's up Nick of Fix our Senate, a campaign focused on eliminating the legislative filibuster, which requires a 60 senator threshold to advance most bills. Not all Senate Democrats are on board with eliminating the maneuver, arguing it's meant to protect the minority party. But unless that brick wall is eliminated or changed, D C statehood goes back to being on the Democratic wish list.
Democrats, Republicans clash over D.C. statehood effort
"The House Committee on Oversight and Reform is hearing arguments on a bill to establish Washington D. C. As the 51st State MPR's Jen Newman reports, the effort faces long odds with significant Republican opposition. The bill would create the state of Washington, D. C, which would stand for Douglas Commonwealth named for Frederick Douglass. Eleanor Holmes Norton, who represents the district in Congress, as a nonvoting delegate. Says the more than 700,000 people who live in D C deserve representation. Do you think pays more federal taxes for capita than any state any state already in the union, the country's 51st state would consist of 66 out of the 68 square miles of the present day federal district. The remaining two square miles would be turned into a new capital and consist of the major federal buildings and monuments. The measure faces strong opposition by Republicans, who argue it Attempt by Democrats to gain more seats in Congress. Genuine NPR
Democrats, Republicans clash over D.C. statehood effort
"House Oversight and Reform Committee having a hearing about D C, becoming the 51st state delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton says 37 states have already been added to the union by acts of Congress off 37 states. Have been admitted by an act of Congress, the Constitution's district calls which gives Congress planetary power or authority over the federal district. Set a maximum. That's um I'm not a minimum size of the federal district. Republicans not in favor of making DCs a state as they see it as a power grab by Democrats
Norton meets with Washington DC kids on impact of Capitol fencing
"Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton met this week with third graders from Brent Elementary School to hear about their concerns regarding the fencing around the U. S Capitol complex. The school is located near the capital, and students want that fencing to come down. The kids used her visit to practice their persuasive writing to push for the fences to be removed and allow their neighborhood to return to normal. Norton says she enjoyed meeting with the future leaders and strongly opposes the permanent fencing at the complex. She says she'll continue to do her part to make sure that doesn't happen. Pepco
Vernon Jordan, Civil Rights Icon and Former Clinton Adviser, Dies at 85
"In Washington power broker Vernon Jordan is dead. Jordan grew up in segregated Atlanta, worked in civil rights law after graduating from Howard Law School and became head of the National Urban League in the seventies. He's been a long time Washington D. C. The resident. He used that position to become one of the city's most imposing figures. He never held public office, but formed relationships with lawmakers and corporate leaders to create economic and political opportunities for African Americans. His friendship with a young bill Clinton paid off later when he became one of the president's closest advisors, D. C delegate Eleanor Holmes. Norton spoke with us earlier about Jordan. In a real sense. He's a real inspiration to young people and especially the African Americans to what they Can't achieve. He's in American life. He will certainly be unforgettable. I'm on Lee, hoping he will not be your irreplaceable. In a statement tonight, President Biden says Jordan knew the soul of America in all of its goodness, and all of its unfulfilled promise. The president says in order to honor Jordan the work of fighting racism has to continue. Vernon Jordan was 85 6
Pelosi says independent commission will examine Washington DC Capitol riot
"New Tonight, Congress will establish a 9 11 style commission to investigate the deadly attack on the Capitol that left the country stunned last month. Wt. Opie's Mitchell Miller has more today on the Hill. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says it will be an independent commission that will report on facts related to the attack, and that includes causes related to the preparedness and response of Capitol police and law enforcement. She also says more money will be needed to be approved to bolster security. D c delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton is among those who have been highly critical of the major security breach and says it started before January. 6th. This was really an intelligence and security failure. Congress will need to approve legislation for the commission and funding for the investigation on
Washington DC leaders want to know when razor fence around Capitol will come down
"People aren't happy with the fencing setup around the us capitol grounds following last month's deadly violence dc congressional delegate eleanor. Holmes norton is introduced the no fencing at the united states capitol complex act that comes as a temporary razor top fence around the grounds and capitol hill. Police recommend a permanent fence. Go up but holmes norton says offense would transform our democracy from one that is accessible to one that is exclusive and fearful of its citizens. Some residents abandoned together in a group called. Don't fence the capital founder. Alison cunningham doesn't affect the character here. But it's your country and the character of our capital and what message that sends around the world brunell capital. Police say the fans hasta stays. They investigate security failures that led up to the january sixth riot
Virtual town hall addresses razor fence around Capitol in Washington DC
"Now. People who live around the Capitol complex have had to deal with all that security. All that fencing last night. Those who live there spoke out against the fancy and another security measures. In a town hall meeting hosted by DC's congressional delegate Eleanor Holmes. Norton says she's concerned that the public still doesn't have access to the Capitol grounds. Very about the area. We have to show that we can get our capital back again. Christopher Gelled Heart D. C. Acting deputy mayor for pub Safety injustice while there is the need to protect the capital Against another ends instance of domestic violence by insurrectionist. We cannot have the people's House permanently walled off from our city word. Six. Council member Charles Allen says He wants to see changes soon, so they're not here to stay we've seen in the city things that are temporary, sure seem to turn permanent pretty fast. Valerie Bonked w T. O P News House Speaker Nancy
Norton proposes ban on permanent fencing around US Capitol, Washington DC
"DC's congressional delegate once all that fencing around the Capitol building to be removed, delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton says her proposed legislation banning permanent fencing at the U. S Capitol complex will quote helped put the needed focus back on security options that don't wall off the capital like a fortress. Release. Norton says she's both written and spoken to acting chief of U. S. Capitol Police Yoga Nonda Pittman to express her opposition to permanent fencing, which Norton refers to as 19th century security. Hitman has suggested the fencing remain to ensure the security of the Capitol building and
Washington DC delegate Norton proposes ban on permanent fencing around US Capitol
"Tonight as well. D c delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton says she will introduce a bill to prevent a permanent fence from going up around the Capitol Building. The acting chief of Capitol police, Yogi Ananda Pittman, is recommending such a fence following the deadly January 6 storming of the building. But in a statement, Norton says the fencing would just be Security Theater, adding that high tech options along with better cooperation Among security agencies could have prevented the
"eleanor holmes norton" Discussed on WTOP
"C delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton says she will introduce a bill to prevent permanent fencing from going up around the Capitol complex. Acting Capitol Police chief Yogi Ananda Pittman is recommending the fence following last month's attack on the capital. Norton says she's been in touch with Pittman by phone and in writing to let her know she is strongly opposed. In a statement. North Norton Rather says the focus should be on security options that have don't close off the capital like a fortress. In her words that needs to be protected from the people. Members of Congress represent a member of the far right group, Proud Boys who's being prosecuted in connection with Capitol riot has now been ordered to release by a Seattle judge. But the Department of Justice intends to immediately appeal once the DOJ indicated its plan that Judge agreed to a 30 territory delay for 30 year old Ethan nor Dean's release so that a judge in D C can review the order where Dean was arrested last week after being charged with obstructing an official proceeding and other crimes he has entered. He has not rather entered. And he please 7 40. Russian government linked hackers recently proved that U. S agencies are vulnerable. But a previously undisclosed hack shows that even the White House is vulnerable. Russia is not the only threat the massive solar winds hacking the U. S. Government agencies by Russian government linked hackers shows just how vulnerable US systems are. But something new has emerged that paints and even starker picture off that vulnerability in 2015, according to a new book from New York Times writer Nicole Pearl Roth, titled This Is How They Tell Me the World Ends. Emails from First lady Michelle Obama were intercepted by a group of hackers working for the United Arab Emirates. Perhaps more stunning was that the people who did it were former an essay employees. Duped into doing it while working for a contractor. JJ Green w T O P. News It's 7 41 Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, pleading not guilty today as his trial on corruption charges resumed inside a Jerusalem courtroom happening just weeks before national elections in which he hopes to extend his 12 year rule. Netanyahu was indicted last year for fraud, breach of trust and Accepting bribes and three separate cases. In recent months, Israelis have held weekly protest, calling on him to resign over the charges and criticizing his government's response to the Corona virus crisis. Netanyahu saying the cases against him are quote rig 7 42. It's like the Family Medical Leave Act, but with pay, we're talking about a bill moving through the Maryland General Assembly. Right now, the federal Family Medical Leave Act allows people to take up to 12 weeks off without pay to care for ill family members. But what that doesn't do Is provide that really important economic continuity Michelle Syria with the women's Law Center, speaking at the Prince George's County Commission for Women's legislative briefing, this lack of paid family leave is probably one of the biggest gender justice issues that our nation's facing as women are the ones more likely to step away from the workplace and their income to care for a family member. That's something that proposed time to care legislation would change offering 12 weeks paid family medical leave to Marylanders. It would be funded by contributions from employees and employers that businesses Cross the state Michelle Morello, w T. O P News, and there are some power outages this evening in Northern Virginia Dominion Energy, saying about 100 customers are the dark and Alexandria about 120 more in Arlington. Ah, faulty switches being blamed utility hopes to have it all fixed by nine o'clock this evening. We'll stay on top of the outages is always until everyone has their power. Back, and we'll have the latest post Super Bowl revelations coming up. It's 7 43. We're home so much more.
Washington DC delegate to introduce bill banning permanent fencing around Capitol
"Eleanor Holmes Norton says she'll introduce a bill to prevent a permanent fence from going up around the Capitol building. The acting chief of Capitol police, Yogi Ananda Pittman, is recommending that fans following last month's storming of the capital. But Norton says the fencing would just be security, theater and high tech options, along with better cooperation among security agencies could have prevented that riot. You've
Washington, DC Statehood Bill Introduced By Senate Democrats
"Now you know this has been on the wish list of democrats for quite some time along with a promoting of puerto rico to statehood as well. Now that's compensation for a different time. But you had senator tom carper. He's democrat out of delaware leading over three dozen of his democrat colleagues to introduce companion bill for washington dc statehood gesture on tuesday. Now remember a similar. Bill passed the house last year. Now will face well pretty much. A democrat controlled senate to determine if dc will become the fifty first state but is that even possible. Well i found this piece. I pulled this back in early january out of the washington post. And it's pretty indepth piece about dc statehood. Bottom line is these. Dc statehood still faces a number of high hurdles not only in the narrowly divided senate but yes in public opinion as well. Think about this. A two thousand nine thousand nine gallup poll found that nearly two-thirds of us opposed dc statehood. So why is in dc already a state. well we need to look at the constitution washington. Dc's founding is enshrined in the constitution which provides that the district not exceeding the constitution. Not exceeding ten miles. Square would become the seat of the government of the united states now for a brief period of time after the city's creation back in seventeen ninety residents -joyed voting rights and were allowed to cast ballots as residents of maryland or virginia but those rights ended shortly after congress moved into town and the new capital in eighteen hundred and pass the district of columbia organic act of eighteen. O one the act stripped dc residents of their rights to vote in all federal elections including for president and gave congress oversight of the city. Have you ever seen a dc washing a plate license plate. You know what it says you know with. The slogan is taxation without representation. Now the district was not afforded presidential electors until the passage of the twenty-third amendment. Back in one thousand. Nine hundred sixty one. Its residents didn't get a non voting delegates in the house until nineteen seventy so begs the question. How can congress change this well. Those opposed to making dc estate have argued that statehood for dc can't happen without a constitutional amendment. They say that the founders intended the entire district to serve as the seat of federal government not as state but legislation put forth by non voting delegate. Eleanor holmes norton every year since nineteen ninety-one would not eliminate the seat of government that the constitution calls for in stead her bill which shrink the national capital to a small complex of federal buildings while allowing the rest of the district to become a state proponents of statehood for their part argue that this plan preserves federal enclave. Whose only requirement is that. It can't exceed ten square miles and escapes the need for a constitutional amendment. Nothing simple as that outstanding questions remain over. What would happen to the three electoral college votes. Currently afforded to the district when it becomes a smaller that role enclave. And some have wondered whether the twenty-third amendment would have to be repealed. So that the few residents of the federal enclave namely we're talking about those residing at sixteen hundred pennsylvania avenue don't retain them so what needs to happen for dc to become state. Well the bill to make these estate obviously has enough supports in the house to pass again and jordi leader steny hoyer pledged to bring it to vote with backing from speaker. Nancy pelosi by your indeed even though the senate is pretty evenly split. Well let's just say it's a tough road to hoe in the senate democrats occupy half the seats in that chambers. Thanks to the victories of ossoff and wore knock In georgia both of whom support would no surprise there. And then you've got vice president. Kamala harris in this fifty fifty split in the senate able to cast the tie breaking boat and she liked biden supports
Washington, DC Statehood Bill Introduced By Senate Democrats
"Life life for for making making d d C. C. Estate. A statehood bill has now been introduced in the US Senate. We'll hear more from W. T. O. P S. Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill. The bill is sponsored by Delaware Democratic Senator Tom Carper, who is working with D. C delegate, Eleanor Holmes Norton to get the statehood measure to move forward in Congress. The House passed Norton's bill last year, which Norton argued for on the floor. We stand out as the only democracy which did guys democracy to the residents of its own capital. Now, with Democrats in control of the Senate, Norton and Statehood supporters believe they have a better chance than ever of getting D. C to become the 51st state in a statement, Norton thank Senator Carper. Saying, This is the time to finally correct what she calls a historic injustice and to give D C residents the same rights as other tax paying Americans on Capitol Hill,
Senate Democrats reintroduce DC statehood bill
"Is new legislative life for making d C. Estate. A statehood bill has now been introduced in the US Senate as we hear from W. T. O. P. S. Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill. The bill is sponsored by Delaware Democratic Senator Tom Carper. Who is working with D C delegate, Eleanor Holmes Norton to get the statehood measure to move forward in Congress. The House passed Norton's bill last year, which Norton argued for on the floor. We stand out as the only democracy which did highs democracy to the residents of its own capital. Now, with Democrats in control of the Senate, Norton and Statehood supporters believe they have a better chance than ever. Getting D C to become the 51st state in a statement, Norton thank Senator Carper, saying, This is the time to finally correct what she calls a historic injustice and to give D C residents the same rights as other tax paying Americans
Congresswoman Norton introduces Washington, D.C. statehood bill
"One of the first measure is presented to the new session of Congress is a bill in the House calling for D C. Statehood after Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton introduced her D C statehood bill with a record number of original co sponsors. 202 on the first day of the 117th Congress, D. C. Mayor Muriel Bowser says the district is grateful for the congresswoman's leadership and ensuring that statehood remains a top priority for the Congress. Noting that last year the DCs Statehood bill passed the house for the first time. Norton predicts D C is on its way to becoming the 51st state. She says statehood is the only solution for full citizenship rights for residents of the district and for equal representation in
"eleanor holmes norton" Discussed on WTOP
"C delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton says it Wass perhaps most moving when John's own voice was played. Speak up. Read up. And find a way. To create the beloved community. A beloved world. World peace. War of the recognized the dignity of all human. And when the recording finished, people rose to their feet with rounds of applause that looked like it would not stop Hillary Howard W T o P News and by the way, you can pay respects on the East Capitol steps through 10 o'clock tonight. Montgomery County officials are taking some steps to recognize the history of Native Americans in this country with an official holiday animus support from the Montgomery County Council, Indigenous Peoples Day is expected to become an official holiday. The council plans to approve the resolution today. A holiday would replace Columbus Day in October. Ah move council members say is important for the county in Maryland. There also expected to call on Maryland lawmakers to recognize Indigenous Peoples Day as an official state holiday. So far, more than 70 jurisdictions across the country have already made similar moves in Prince George's County. It's recognized as Native American Day Melissa held w T. O P. NIS, it appears another Democrat, is running for the position of Virginia lieutenant governor as the list of 2021 candidates continues to grow in Virginia. Petitions are looking to next year when voters elected governor and lieutenant governor Sean Perriman, the Fairfax County and CP president just announced he's launching an exploratory bid for lieutenant governor. He'd be competing against delegate Hal Ayala on the Democratic side to Jennifer's, said there running for governor delegate Jennifer Carroll Foy and Senator Jennifer McClellan. Other possible candidates for governor include former governor Terry McAuliffe and current lieutenant governor just in Fairfax. Nick in Delhi. W T O P News Virginia Lieutenant Governor Justin Fairfax has filed an appeal after a federal judge dismissed his lawsuit against CBS in February. Perfects claims that CBS recklessly aired and refused to correct false and politically motivated sexual assault allegations in his $400 million lawsuit. It came after a televised interview with two women who alleged that Fairfax sexually assaulted them years ago. Now. In his appeal that was filed yesterday, Fairfax says you believe CBS wanted to block him from becoming governor of Virginia at a time when it appeared that governor Ralph Northam might resign over Hiss blackface controversy. Still to come here on w T o P. What George Washington University students say about some changes for the fall. It's 807 When your celebration of life is pre paid in advance. It becomes a gift from you to your family later because no one should have to plan for a loss while they're experiencing one paying in advance, protects your loved ones and.
"eleanor holmes norton" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"One of his dog yesterday Andrea Mitchell of NBC news and find non voting delegate to Congress Eleanor Holmes Norton standing out in the middle of what some people call black lives matter plaza on sixteenth street in Washington DC when they were attacked by a big white man it's very important dressed in ladies dainty little love please see what a what do you call it Lacy underwear what lazy under all and and this does this guy who's down there every every time my best girl and I've been down there we see this guy at ladies underwear with the long blonde wig riding a Segway and he'd made a rush for Andrea Mitchell and Eleanor Holmes Norton Washington DC's nonvoting delegate to Congress and and immediately of course they started yelling where the police where the police when you no sense of irony these people that's it's pretty extraordinary staff hi let me get to this this Bubba Wallace thing because this is this is because they work the other story broke yesterday afternoon I we heard about it I guess and Sunday on this there's big news story no news is good news and and we thought yesterday had no news is good news one when we have found out that the the FBI sent fifteen agents down there to get to the bottom of it now the F. B. I. the headline on the fox news website FBI Colin Hey love their Collins noose found in Bubba Wallace's NASCAR garage was there since last year since last year the FBI determined that a noose found in a NASCAR NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace's garage at Talladega superspeedway on Sunday had been there since at least last year according to the federal bureau of investigation a statement issued by U. S. attorney Jay E. town said that the investigation that concluded that no federal crime was committed the statement reads the FBI learned about garage number four where the noose was found they call it a noose was assigned to Bubba Wallace last week the investigation also revealed evidence including authentic video confirmed by NASCAR that the news out of the garage number four was in that garage as early as October two thousand nineteen they keep calling it news although the news is now known to have been in garage number for two thousand nineteen nobody could have known Mr Wallace would be assigned garage number for last week well unless they have Sybil the soothsayer during the day no news placing a garage assigning further details were not immediately released the FBI said no charges would be pursued in relation to the incident the FBI has completed its investigation at Talladega superspeedway it's not just a speed right it's a superspeedway and determined that Bubba Wallace was not the target of a hate crime how about white people were kill all we spot but is that a hate crime when somebody spray painted kill all weeds we know what they meant you know I I'm pretty sure they met but they can't spell because LA public school system has been run by Democrats for so long that no one can spell anymore illiteracy is really the order of the day in fact you know a lot of people in America they like misspelling things they misspelled movie titles and song titles and and then we raise our children thinking that this is going to be good for them that was a mistake so the FBI is completed there is no hate crime NASCAR said in a release after the findings the FBI report concludes and photographic evidence confirms that the garage door pull rope fashioned like a noose had been positioned there since early last fall again if it's a nuisance it is a sufficient maybe for a house cat or Adam Schiff and beyond that I'm not sure that you'd be able to get around any any actual next what was the only full time African American driver on the circuit apparently some part time drivers on the circuit had become a target for some critics of NASCAR in recent weeks as the face of the series response to the current social justice movement taking place across the country and its decision to ban the Confederate flag from its events okay you know there it is the internet's car family showed support for him in the wake of the discovery of the news with all fellow drivers and their crews standing behind him in pit lane before that geico five hundred they got another pro ball out of the thing geico does and good insurance at a fair price and I got to get this because I think it used to be that government employee insurance company and then it got so gigantic because the government cruise so much like Astrid anybody can anybody can join and on on Monday as the invocation was given at the national anthem played so the pre race deal was probably one of the hardest things I've ever had to witness in my life an emotional Bubba Wallace said after the race and it was emotional about it and and all this stuff now no he said I I think there's a great opportunity for Bubba to design a new garage door pull I suspect that it will involve a rope with a loop on the end comes from Canada maybe have a big job but really if you want to use one or two fingers to yank the garage door down you you might want to put a loop on it and and that yeah I've seen the pictures you've probably seen the pictures and all that now with that step let's go to what the this story is by CBS sports CBSSports Gabriel Fernandez typed it up Bubba Wallace explains how he heard of noose found in his garage reacts to FBI investigation of the story begins hours after the FBI ABS NASCAR revealed that Bubba Wallace was not subjected to hate crime when a noose was found in his garage prior to Sunday's Cup series race at Talladega the driver of the number forty three and has the black lives matter wraparound it appeared on CNN for an interview with host don lemon asked about now I mean here's let let let me start at the beginning here because Wallace said that I I how did you find out about the news and and he was telling about it and he said the NASCAR president Steve Phelps the president of NASCAR asked to meet with him in person about a very serious matter and when the it says when he eventually did meet with the driver I I don't you know who cares about the backstory that helps the president of NASCAR broke down in tears while informing Wallace about the noose that'd been found Wallace also mention felt saying something about I hate crime all right so the present of NASCAR get bit because there is crying and that's correct and and everybody's cry N. as cards are really a weepy of service how much with a moonshine runners of yester year that there do you know about baby shoes of of NASCAR and outlets with that let's go to him so he got a call he didn't he's like I I didn't know anything about it the the president NASCAR call them and and started crying like a little girl and said there's a noose in your and that's it I mean look he's the only black guy NASCAR if true as James Clyburn likes to say if true that that would be a you know a a very real thing okay who would do something like that what kind of rectal aperture would do something like that and it turns out the answer is nobody which is good news and then.
"eleanor holmes norton" Discussed on Amanpour
"Now the images of this crisis, the police brutality dominating, but there have also been. Incredible instances of peaceful protests and hope like these pictures from Des Moines Iowa where white offices knelt in solidarity with the protesters and in Flint Michigan where.
"eleanor holmes norton" Discussed on WTOP
"Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton is worried about whether the census bureau is fully prepared to get information online I must tell you the Iowa tobacco comes to mind when I think of the senses going digital Norton referring to problems with an app that failed during the Iowa caucuses a new government accountability office report raises questions about potential cyber security weaknesses for the twenty twenty census which will be the first in which most Americans respond online census bureau director Steven Gillingham says backup plans are in place we're ready to mobilize a different process people could respond on paper but we don't foresee that happening in any way on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news WTOP news time to forty three unlimited leading calling attention this week to the rising number of pedestrian deaths and in particular the high number of seniors who are being struck on Virginia roadway examining crash data triple A.'s John Townsend says of sixteen pedestrian deaths in Fairfax county last year six were individual sixty five and older highest number of seniors struck and killed in Virginia last year grave concern is that these numbers will continue to increase as our population continues to age across the state thirty seven senior pedestrians were struck and killed last year a forty nine percent increase over the previous year triple a minute Lennix as drivers should always yield to pedestrians in crosswalks and pedestrian safety includes wearing brightly colored or reflective clothing to make you more visible to drivers Dick you only on WTOP news prisons are supposed to be secure environments free from booze drugs and cell phones but to correctional officers now face charges this morning accused of smuggling those items in the charges involve two former corrections officers Dominique Booker and Chanel peers along with six men doing time at Maryland's Chesapeake correctional institution and seven people on the outside U. S. attorney characterizes as facilitators according to the federal indictment the officer smuggled into prison drugs alcohol cigarettes and cellphones from at least twenty seventeen until now the officers allegedly were paid with sex cash green dot cards and electronically using the prisons cash up forty say inmates were selling some of the contraband for profits of more than a thousand percent each of the indicted if convicted faces twenty years for racketeering and twenty for drug trafficking Kristy king WTOP news.
"eleanor holmes norton" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"A Gallup poll Eleanor Holmes Norton delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton was pushing DC statehood there's a seven hearing on Congress the same date as the mall or testimony but now it's not going to happen they're delaying it they like to delay it it was originally scheduled for July twenty fourth but that's where Bob Muller supposed to testify before this house committees so now they're saying well September will take this out maybe we'll have the house hearing on DC statehood the first of its kind in twenty six years it's been twenty six years since the last time a DC statehood hearing was in Congress that go IDC did not become a state I had to break into it this is never gonna become a state you don't really think that yes this summer gonna become a state what is the difference between should it become a state and do you think it will become a state should be cut we'll know if it's never gonna become a state why go through the exercise of should become a state to assess whether or not you make it a state it's not oh my gosh I feel like I'm at the DMV all of a sudden right so you think it'll never happen it's an answer it's just spends money and it's an exercise in in dumbness when there are other things that need to be done and need to be addressed in the district things that they actually could tack on a problem that they could solve as opposed to hypothetical posturing as to whether D. C. is ever going to become a state which is not going to so why are we doing this but we could get to new democratic senators of it does become a state and it's never going to happen and that's yet another reason for it not to happen right there share against casts at seven twenty nine of the via mail old bay presents this guy who dressed up as an old bay can I and the two thousand seventeen Halloween costume winner second place costume I think was a train thankfully I think mine had a little more craftsmanship to it are you a bigger role bay fan then this guide show your love on Instagram with the hashtag old bay fan contest and tag at old B. underscore seasoning for a chance to win an old bay electric scooter it wasn't that great honestly all day you don't just like it no purchase necessary open to legal residents of the United States and DC eighteen and over as of may thirty first and the twenty rules at all they.
"eleanor holmes norton" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Send it Eleanor Holmes Norton says she wants the federal government to reimburse the city for any damage caused by military hardware don't commandeer a nationally that particular when you've already announced that you're running tanks are now sitting on the national mall close to the Lincoln Memorial near stage were present trouble speak later today protests are planned code pink will display a trump baby balloon but their permit says it has to remain on the ground Chris the racial justice department lawyers are now looking for a way to possibly included citizenship question on the twenty twenty census after all a federal judge called an emergency hearing yesterday for clarification after president trump tweeted he's not giving up even though the forms are now being printed without the question the Supreme Court ruled last week the administration did not properly explain why that question should be included an Australian student detained in North Korea has been let go more live from fox's Simon known in London Chris Alex signally ushered through an apple to aid in Beijing after flying out of North Korea the twenty nine year old had lost contact with family and friends last week Australia today repeating he's being detained but it's not known why sickly father Gary saying he's spoken to his son he reports he's in good health well yes is physically and mentally fine well the sickly had been studying at a university in north Korea's capital Pyongyang Chris Simon thank you Michigan congressman Justin Amash announces that he's leaving the Republican Party to become an independent you've been the only congressional Republicans to publicly.
"eleanor holmes norton" Discussed on AM Joy
"This is your first. I gram. So the wall do you find it depressing? Do it some belies as divisions of men. Have you ever seen anything? So disastrous this. Not really. Sudden how the divisions that? Continue to exist. One of some belies with an actual walled become president. That extraordinary piece of video of Dr Martin Luther King junior's reaction to the Berlin Wall in nineteen sixty four feel strikingly relevant today as Donald Trump holds the federal government hostage over five point seven billion dollars that he's demanding to build his own border wall to lockout nonwhite immigrants a wall. The American far right is demanding. And which Trump promised that Mexico would pay for joining me now is congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton represents Washington DC congresswomen, thank you so much time this morning, I and that when are brilliant actually are intern found that found that piece of sound amazing. I have not seen it before. And thought I know a lot about Dr king when Donald Trump is asked about the morality or immorality of building a wall. I wanna play you a piece of what he has said about that. Listen. Walls are not immoral. In fact, they are the opposite of a moral because they will save many lives and stop drugs from pouring into our country. Your thoughts on that real sharp dichotomy between what Dr king said about walls, and what Donald Trump did. Well, Dr king and Trump we're talking about the same thing a wall, which is a barrier to say keep out you don't belong here. We don't want to see you no matter what I law says. That's immoral Democrats. Of course, have never been against walls of all kinds of their their walls. And they are this technology, and there are many ways to make sure that our country. In fact, has barriers on a lot of talking joy past each other. When we use words like walls because that means they concrete structure that says none of you are welcome here. And that's part of the problem. We're having in the in the congress today, and we don't have a president who can bring us together. So that we're all talking about the same thing for goodness sake. Yeah. And now play you the vice President Mike Pence who had some things to say we know that tomorrow, Dr Martin Luther King's national holiday here. Is what Mike Pence had to say about Donald Trump and king's legacy? The hearts and minds of the American people are thinking a lot about it being the weekend where we remember the life and work of the Reverend Dr Martin Luther King junior. One of my favorite quotes from Dr king was now is the time to make real the promises of democracy. You think of how he changed America? He inspired us to change through the legislative process to become a more perfect union. That's exactly what President Trump is calling on the congress to do. Well. Wow. You're thought it was it was on point until they got to the Trump part. Of course, because we would ask the president to do just that we ought to be glorifying, and what king indeed accomplished fifty years ago, he indeed lead the country to three civil rights acts even the district. I represent didn't have any self government. And didn't have anybody like me to represent them in congress. And now we're going for vote on statehood. So we've got to remember on king's birthday the progress. We've made at the same time we can't allow vice-president Pence to get away with cleansing. The president and Martin Luther King's. I'm not Martin Luther King's birthday. Yeah. Particularly after look, look what happened at Charlottesville. What does Mark Penn say what what is president Pence said about the president equating the anti-semites and the racists who walked to Charlottesville by saying there was of course, on both sides of fault. What what does the president say about that? What does he say about Steve king and the congress? The body which is, sir. Where the president I said not one word to say. And I'm pleased that my counterparts Republicans joined us a a resolution to condemn Steve king who praised white nationalism. So Martin Luther King's birthday..
"eleanor holmes norton" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"Seriously. How can we get away with this? She's saying, oh, she ran on Nancy Pelosi, not being the leader. Now, all of a sudden she's trying to backtrack. And I'll give Chris Hayes a little bit of credit here from MSNBC in. Now, he he asked the question, and then he followed up with it. Our diversity is not reflected in the leadership. Wow. So you wanted her gum? But because you got a bunch of white people weapon to be congressman Democrats who say the same thing. Now, all of a sudden, it's a problem is it because Nancy Pelosi is a wom at bolsa people who signed up on the thing are men. This is crazy good. We're watching the Democrats eat their own on this. And Alexandria, concert Cortez as a racist. I have to say about this. But you can read it on my blog my blog at campway dot com. We blocked on today. Yes. We did. This is going to be fun. I know being out of power. I don't like it. I don't like it at all. How ever having said that we're going to have a lot of fun because this woman I think is going to be the gift that just continues to give to us every single day every single day. She is in office. We're going to get some more. Just stupidity. Can I say that I did say that was dumb yesterday? The she was more than dumb a Representative. Jim Himes, Jim Himes. That the democrat Connecticut, he thinks Nancy Pelosi has a lot of support their swinging against their swinging in favor of her where do you stand? You know, we're we're heading into a messy early January because it would appear from that letter that this group has enough enough members to prevent Nancy Pelosi who will get the majority of the caucus vote to be the speaker from actually becoming the speaker on the floor, and as I've urged some people that I know in that group to think about then what then what I mean, what do you have next? And here's where Jim Hines. He brings it on home. It was good to cut off the head Nancy Pelosi. But but do we have a plan? Is there a plan? Is there a plan for all this look there's a whole conversation to be had about whether the democratic leadership, you know, is changing fast enough. You know, they're obviously younger members who are interested in positions that are not those top three positions. That's a very fair conversation to have. But I've been encouraging people I know on that letter to ask themselves. What then what's the plan? What are we gonna do? And the reality is, and I think the Eleanor Holmes Norton. She she brought she she she she said this. I don't part of me is torn I would love to see the Democrats run to the left. And I don't think America is socialist yet, you know, we're heading that direction. But I don't think it's fast as the left thinks that they are. I don't think that this this election, this it gives them the mandate that they think that they have. But I don't want to give them any power whatsoever. So that means no, these young, socialists. No. And there's so many advantages to having Nancy Pelosi. They're not that she might work with the president. I don't know that she would. But I don't think she's a socialist. She'd be trying to bring the party back to the meadow at that would be a good thing. Eleanor Holmes Norton agrees with me, how big of a deal how big of a sign is it that this many dams are publicly saying, no confidence. Not so big. Nancy Pelosi.
"eleanor holmes norton" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"Let me ask you how it works with these sixteen on the letter is, you know, it's it's fifteen people who are definitely going to be in congress. There's one person there who may not win their race. There's other people like like, miss fudge, and Mr. lamb who have not joined the letter, but it probably talked about opposing this the house leader, I should say Pelosi. So so congresswoman what happens though, if they get to seventeen and they and they have a no vote, and they and they block her, then do you think other people will will come in and emerge these alternatives within run against her? Well, this is a very important question. We don't want to go on that house floor in January without the votes. It'll be humiliating to the Democrats. And what will happen is you'll have vote after vote until she finally wins by then you're already a weaken caucus. You haven't taken up ObamaCare. One of the things that got the the freshman here in the first place. You haven't taken up the notion that is so important to the people that we represent and that is that that paycheck's on not where they should be. It's all been about Q selfishly about Q not about the American people. Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton who knows her way around some of these issues. Thanks for joining us today. My pleasure. See again. Now straight ahead. We turn to the power to investigate the incoming oversight committee chair for the dams dishing on key plans for the Miller report and key witnesses. Also, another broken promise from Donald Trump this time following the money that he promised midwestern states in that trade war and a surprise appearance, and Barack Obama will show you what Jay z beyond say have to do with it. That's later on the beat..
"eleanor holmes norton" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
"College while making it appear as though it's free by offering easy, easy access to credit that then raises the cost of tuition for all Americans, making it put saddling these kids with a lifetime of debt all under the guise of helping them get a college education. That's what a rigged economy looks like. What rigged economy does not look like is an employer and an employee negotiating over what their salaries should be. Depending on how skilled the worker is and how independent his particular skill set, how badly the employer needs work and what the overall health of the economy is and that or that particular industries economy will determine what the wages for that particular worker. And unrig, Connie is the government stay out of things. Goes on to say, this is who's writing this ditor. All right. This is Raskin of Maryland. Eleanor Holmes Norton in their say, all this legislation is saying is that taxpayers shouldn't be responsible for paying the expenses of workers employed by multibillion dollar companies. The basic premise of the American dream is that if you work hard and you work for a company that's doing well, you should earn enough to support your family. No, that's not. That is absolutely not what the American dream is. The American dream is if I come here and bust my ass, there's a chance I might be able to make something out of myself. It's not a guarantee. It's not the promise of a house and money in the Bank and retirement, a gold watch and being able to feed your family. That's not what the American dream is. The American tree dream is says, I don't have to relegate myself to slavery. I'm not in a class system that only allows me to go so far. It American dream says, there are no limits on what you can achieve here, but it's. Based on your own personal desire to achieve it, your talents, your skills, drive your mission. But if you have all of them in the sky's the limit, that's what the American dream is. He said, instead we have an absurd situation where companies and trillions of dollars market cap. The wealthiest in the world with employers, don't make enough to support their basic needs for themselves and their families. What's really sad about this, and this is the unintended consequences of government and government decisions. His which really sad about this is this ends up hurting the very people that Bernie Sanders is trying to protect because what do you think is going to happen if this law passes? And now Amazon is forced to pay one hundred percent of any subsidies that these people receive from the government. If they're working for Amazon, do you think Amazon is going to be incentivized to hire these folks or disincentivize to hire them? Yeah, you better believe it. They're going to take a look at these people and the ones that they think either are on government assistance or who are likely to be in a position to take it. They simply won't hire them. Or they'll hire his few of them as humanly possible in order to keep their costs down. In the end, what you'll have is Bernie Sanders will do what he always does. Socialism will do what it always does, and it will damage the very people that it was designed to help. So there you have a folks. Let me talk about our next sponsor beach body. The you all know the fitness should be a huge part of your life, but going to the gym is a gigantic pain live in Los Angeles. Going anywhere is a gigantic pain, and sometimes you just don't..
"eleanor holmes norton" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Weekend hundreds of white nationalist and white supremacists will be holding a rally in Lafayette square right across from the White. House counter protesters are also expected this will Mark one year, since, the violent rally in Charlottesville Virginia Coming up. Next live coverage of a town hall meeting on countering domestic, extremism It's being held in Washington. DC at the Washington Hebrew congregation and co hosted by two members of. Congress Jamie Raskin democrat of Maryland and Eleanor Holmes Norton democrat of Washington DC among those scheduled to take. Part of former vice mayor of Charlottesville representatives of the southern poverty Law Center the American Civil Liberties union and a former. Organizer of the white Aryan resistance who now leads the group life after hate also Reverend William barber president of repairs of the breach and a pastor at the green leaf Christian church Goldsboro North Carolina Washington Hebrew congregation, and we are honored to host congresswoman. Eleanor Holmes Norton and congressman Jamie Raskin's teach him on white supremacy racism anti-semitism in the Neo Nazi movement and to host star. Innerfade service this evening in partnership with the interface conference and the Jewish community Relations Council we gather this. Day is a mix multitude of race creed and gender we're the dignity. Of district's difference and we are DC a diverse community we are America we're no doubt Democrats Republicans independents. And nonce amongst us today or political leaders faith leaders Jewish Christian Muslim Sikh Hindu Buddhist and simply people of faith but. In each one of us is shared common heritage that rejects bigotry that has no tolerance for intolerance for people who choose Faith over fear we will not let hate enter our hearts no we will allow political. Politics to divide us or acts of violence or Tiki torches with chance of Jews will, not, replace us. To intimidate our souls for we believe in democracy in which we do. Not displace one. Another rather we. Made space for one another by embracing the dignity of difference. We're all, human beings, just part, of one human family created in the. Image of God we read in our secret schools this weekend from the book of Deuteronomy it says this day blessing and I Lesson Live our lives to be blessed They are gathering of learning. And teaching our prayers this evening give us such, strength to a, life of love a life blessing On a personal note. I'm a first generation American I'm the child of, a holocaust survivor My mother at age nine, was told Weller yellow star on or close so she could be recognized as a stranger even. Though her family had lived in her hometown in Germany for more than four hundred years. She was lucky and, I was given life because. She was given refuge here in America My mother watched the news last. Summer and all she could think those was her childhood of the nineteen thirties in Germany She. Said to me Bruce. You cannot stand idly by you must teach you must speak and combat hatred with truth and Justice so today is personal We have no place for bigotry no place for. Hatred we say no to them and we say yes to inclusivity so the dignity. Of difference and. To America built on, love, and built on compassion I'm, honored to present, your host for this town hall meeting congressman Raskin and. Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton Very much Thank you very much and, thank. You rabbi I want to thank all of you. For attending I, want to especially thank the panelists will lead us amylase. Lead us, I mean lead us because this is like. Calling response people need to be able to speak out and not simply to here Hate speech Because we're gonna teach one another I'm very grateful to, my, very good friend and colleague congressman Jamie Raskin for partnering with me and this event that represents. His district and mine is well so I'm gonna ask you a hard question If you think you know the answer You're, not thinking deeply enough The question is do we know how? To respond to hate speech do we know how to respond to? The increasing visibility of haters and they have increased in large numbers since two thousand sixteen White supremacist zero Neo Nazis LBJ teach Hugh? Haters hate everybody who doesn't look like or fleet like themselves My friends they are no longer underground We could discuss what is surface them but. That's not, going to solve the problem We, know this much that they are. Very brazen win for the first time. In memory and I am a native, Washingtonian they have come to the nation's capital So how should we regard this My colleague and. I wanted to think this through Simply have a kind of trained response Well they're coming to the nation's capital Perhaps we can turn the tables They have, given us thank you very. Much a. Rare opportunity to expose they hate I, don't know if you have followed Their emergence. In other. Districts perhaps you think that is awful But, street fights don't expose they hate Nor do I believe any of us would think. It isn't adequate response to their hate I. Can, tell you this much shutting them damn. Does the opposite of exposing. Their hate Not only Do we drown out them Own response to them, 'cause nobody's interested infant response they're just interested. In who wins the Malay Worse much worse we put the. Constitution of the United States. And the first amendment on inside not outs Now of course I don't mean responses It's natural people to Applaud or here so bu-but but I'm talking about the kinds of responses of the hate haters have had around. The country until now So got all agree on one proposition constitution protects all speech the constitution protects outrageous speech the constitution protects the constitution yes Cortex even hate. Speech Perhaps some of you, do not remember That, speech what many of us are four Was shouted down as well and I mean. For human, rights and equal rights for everybody So there's no such, thing as a first amendment. That favors our speech over there the first amendment is neutral Well, the growing number of haters Does that mean there's? Nothing, we can do about this There is something we can. Do here's something we didn't have anything to do with I don't know if anybody here from Arlington, because I, read about, this in the Washington, Post. Paneling four fires hate flyers suddenly appeared in Arlington Virginia One person, takes one, person saw, this these flyers these, hateful Wild fires that essentially of the same as. The kind of speech that's being brought, to the, nation's capital This, one woman she might a few posters and she and her neighbors planted these few posters it said hey has no place here my God Run, on those posters socially quickly got, you hundred and, fifty and when the post interviewed her she was going trying to find more. Because people, say, I need one of. Those posters Most powerful Fool hate posters that they somehow by the way they weren't put up on. Anybody's lawn they managed to distribute the blossoming of hate has no place here throughout this Arlington community Why not more responses Like that Gene Pointing the finger We are. Not nearly responding this is, the first event the kinds of preemptory Of the weekend And we've been meeting with with rabbis and. Imams and ministers they're gonna be services. In weekend there all kinds of responses all. Across the region and of course there's gonna be a tremendous keynote and panel here that will lead us But above all depends upon you To. Get up and speak your mind The speakers know something about effective initiatives there'll be plenty of time for you This is an opportunity for, you to set an example for how. The region needs to respond to. Haters who dared to come to our. Region thank you very much for coming Eleanor Holmes, Norton congressional.
"eleanor holmes norton" Discussed on Chapo Trap House
"Anything but like a money mental wave election that we don't get senators out of puerto rico here so i i like to say to people if dc in puerto rico admitted states ten years ago democrats withhold the senate right now jones would have been the flip in the trump administration puts over i guess except for gutting doddfrank was democrats still crop writing confirming a hassle as well tell me this so you talk about statehood for dc puerto rico but what do you have against guam nothing there's actually nothing stopping us from front making guam and the us were islands and american samoa von forgetting anything but all of these overseas territories prince could be mid states actually think there is something growing in the virgin islands for statehood i mean the constitution doesn't have a minimum occupation threshold you know so anybody to be a state it's the matter of whether the people won't want to state i think that we could do that too i went buddy can be a state audit team puerto rico because like they have active it had been mentioned these other places don't or they didn't when i wrote that so i want i want to senators from the bikini atoll so so that's the puerto rico like you said there are active statehood movements people like you know eleanor holmes norton has been pushing tc statehood forever the california one that's the one that's sort of the most eyepopping recommendation that you make which is make california into six states and there'd be fifty eight states in america now we'd have to make room on the flag i'm already that would be the main objection to this republicans would be like do you really want to change our flag.
"eleanor holmes norton" Discussed on 1947: The Meet the Press Podcast
"Only use it as history books yeah and when you consider what we're going through right now where the where we're we're we're having this the underbelly of our political fight is cultural it strikes me people need to see these visuals again yes and show the picture show the images that that is that is central to it and and this documentary which is two hours as you know in life we don't do to our documentaries montano i think this one network television man that were television man and the reason we were able to in this instance his we pull it forward we wear are we today what has happened to what king launched how are pictures used today what is social media's role in the same rights movement eleanor holmes norton says actually the streaming live of castillo's murder in in minneapolis in minnesota i think it was in minneapolis it is fidel see guess that that young man who was shot by a cop on live facebook that's i think when he first century version of what happened same thing happened to emmett till he was murdered brutally we just didn't see it in those days and those were the first pictures still photos that were taken thanks to mamie till emma till's mother she insisted that was the marker in the road you must see what you did to my son you you have to see it for yourself and those pictures would not be printed in the white press they were printed in jet magazine in order for the world to begin seeing how many of this.
"eleanor holmes norton" Discussed on AP News
"The tesla roadster that flew on the back of space axes falcon heavy rocket is now heading well beyond mars elon musk said the final firing of the rockets upper stage put his car on a more distant trajectory than anticipated that means the star man the mannequin dressed in a space sex spacesuit that's behind the wheel of the car is cruising toward the asteroid belt almost to the dwarf planet serice usually test flights carry nothing of value like concrete blocks but must found that boring images of the exposed roadster and starman against the backdrop of earth were burning up the internet long after tuesday's launch the original plan had the car travelling only as far as mars if it survives the asteroid belt the car and star man are expected to continue orbiting for millions if not billions of years defense secretary jim mattis's weighing in on president trump's desire for a big military parade ap washington correspondent soghra madani reports from the white house in a rare appearance before reporters here at the white house the pentagon chief says the president's asked for ways of honoring the troops i think we are all aware in this country of the president's affection and respect for the military that if says the pentagon's putting together options but did not give any details nothing has been decided reluctance down white house spokeswoman sarah sanders even as local officials were ridiculing the idea of a massive military parade dc delegate eleanor holmes norton says that would shut down the nation's capital and wastes taxpayer money just to feed the president's ego saga remain ghani at the white house thank.
"eleanor holmes norton" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Nation are also going to concentrate on longterm solvency of the trust fund but i'll wait to the end of the hearing um if they haven't been asher by van an alternative smart per questions subcommittee ranking democrat dc delicate eleanor holmes norton chairman in a chairman um chairman on schuster floated what could be called a new idea relatively new idea if you think about out transportation network in a suffered from having relatively few new ideas and all of this time that we've had this network with we of until recently when we didn't do very much until we weren't able to pass the longterm bill in two thousand fifteen uh we've been running on this on the same grid so i am interested in what the answer to two german schuster's question about exploring new ideas very different countries that may with something that's who box may work someplace and something not but mr rogov you really made me think about this notion of over matching or selfhelp you would think particularly with my colleagues on the other side being in charge would one incentivize asks disease a reappear she spread radio programming from winched doubled csb from washed out of desperation of course we have seen with the gas tax people just step up without the federal match but you describe what what some would call over maxine because you've gone back to your tax payers not only for the gas tax but for your infrastructure uh generally in you our concern that the admit a stray shower phnom which says it wants to reward such states and regions his spaak cut know in this region for example the district of columbia uh we wanted desperately to have a subway stop with now the the new york avenue well because it would help develop an entire area of the district of columbia uh it was funded by business by the district of columbia and by the administration not any federal transportation funds it may be the only it may be one of a kind in in in the country but this notion of in of incentivizing rather than de incentivizing uh is of great interest to me particularly given the dearth of new ideas now i don't want to do anything and i think on both sides you've heard people say the federal dollars you begin there but i i wonder if you have given any in.
"eleanor holmes norton" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Two double juiciest me from washington about ten o'clock this morning we brought you live coverage of the house transportation subcommittee that her testimony today on the nation's infrastructure needs we pick up that here in with remarks by the ranking democrat eleanor holmes norton of the district of columbia uh it is not yet clear on on where the trump administration's stains uh or if it is is really serious about real investments in infrastructure i am pleased that they speak of an infrastructure so often but i think this committee is right to continue the due diligence uh that you of the gun mrs chairman to highlight our investments needs and the critical need to actually fund them stop talking about it let's get some money on the table perhaps this hearing had helped bring our committee and subcommittee and the administration together on what all agree are urgently needed infancy is urgently needed infrastructure for work we we already have a bipartisan majority on this committee about what needs to be done because earlier this year uh two hundred and fifty members of congress that's within this committee and within the congress uh generally a with robust representation from both sides of the aisle joins chairman graves anti on a letter.