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"emma craddick" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"And they say there's no widespread evidence of fraud challenges are not likely to lead to significant numbers of votes or change the election outcome. Wendy Wise Lor, who's the director of the Democracy program at the Brennan Center for Justice, and the N Y. U School of Law, said. I don't see any legal strategy. They look more like public relations. Hans meant to create a false impression that the election is filled with him in proprieties and fraud. Now you have some experience in the legal field, Dr Root what? What is your impression of this? My I like the way that when he wiser said that from and why you school all that That actually is. I was thinking about this more more. You know, He's got all sorts of different ways. He's going about this. He's got vote counting. He's got recounts. He's got ballot dumping. He's got trying to stop. Votes from being counted, You know, forged Stamps on the date when the thing was accepted, wasn't accepted on time in the mail. I mean, there's all sorts of different ways. He's going about it. And if they go over this with a fine tooth comb, they're likely to find you know a few dozen your erroneous ballots, but not not as many as he got nearly across different states. I mean, it's not like this All just happened in Philadelphia. And so I think I think what what Wendy Weiser said. It is true. It's not. He's maybe really that he's not trying to push a credible legal strategy. He's just looking for some sort of distraction so he can bow out without saying I lost. But, you know, In other words he's trying to. He's trying to make an excuse. For why he lost. It wasn't my fault. It's all these other things and the courts are all corrupt. Just like all the voters are two to the credit of the founding fathers through the Constitution. They have created the strongest and most transparent Democratic republic and the free you know, in the known free world, Donald Trump is not the victim of widespread election fraud and the highly doubtful I mean, the really, really what he's a victim of is most states opened up their mail and About it about voting process this year because of covert because of Corona virus, And so perhaps you got mortgage Emma Craddick or Big D Democratic Party participation. Then you normally do because it was easier for people to vote this year just by filling out their ballot and mailing it in and more fundamentally, I think this was a repudiation of his bad behavior. Not interestingly enough, a repudiation of his policy because we already covered that many of these same voters voted to retain their Republican senators voted to retain the Republican government governors voted to retain the Republican state legislators voted to retain their Republican House representatives but voted to vote out. Donald Trump. So that tells me they're interested in Republican policy. They're dis interested in the buffoonish antics of the president. There's a time and a place and when he can't Step back for a moment when he can't ever behave with decorum. I think there's a price to be paid. And let's also consider the fact that if he had not gotten into a personal spat with John McCain how the vital swing State of Arizona may Ah yes. Oh, yeah, well, that and Martha McSally the scent, the Republican Senate candidate out there did not do the Republicans and he favors and I hope they just get rid of her. She is just an absolutely Terrible candidate weekend mash up on 93 Tell you why PC thistles. What's happening? Corona virus has gotten worse. Governor Holcomb has a new plan for how to deal with it. Beginning this weekend, there will be no more stage 5 5156 new positive cases, frequent updates so, But 19 of the top and bottom of the hour also have a record number of patients in our intention, period number spiking back up across the country. Have the vaccine..
"emma craddick" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Today is the 19th day of October. 2020. My name is Tom Sullivan. I know we're right down into the final final. Uh, pitch for who wants to be president. So we got a lot to go over on that. I got a nice Sweet. From from a nose who says Does wash. Oh County heavily voted blue in the last election, so he doesn't own the votes in northern Nevada. That's Reno, not Carson or Douglas County. I don't know the county's at will. But I went to a map and I looked up the 2016 results and you are right. A nose. You look at a map. And The county that surrounds Las Vegas all blue The rest of the state. All red except for Wash. Oh County is the one just on the western edge of the Northwest edge. It's a long, narrow county. And it went blue. Not by much. It went it went blue. It's his estate trump. Ah, Austin to Hillary. Hillary got 47.9 Trump got 45.5. So then you go. They haven't listed here by counties and you go down to Ah, wash. Oh County, which is the Reno area and North? Hillary won that 46 to 45. All the other counties are huge. Red, red, red, red, red, red red. So all right. Maybe that's what he's looking for that maybe that's why he's there. I I've been wondering, scratching my head and thank you a nose for your informative tweet. That there is a county that he needs to talk to and try and turn them red because he did not lose it by much. I mean, it was close, so they're I guess that makes sense. I'll leave it up to the Strategist to do their thing. Hillary beat him 46 to 45 in Washington County. So he's thinking maybe I could turn that county around. What's the one down by Las Vegas? To do do do do Clark. Hillary won't Oshi Wallop clump trump four years ago 52 to 41. Yikes 11 points. So I've still stick with. I would go to Las Vegas, but I guess you can give you contrive and pry over that county, but you gotta win the state. Anyway, That's all the strategy of where he's going and he's not going to stop. He's going Two in Arizona today. It goes back to Washington, but I mean he's going to be on the road constantly. Constantly constantly. Donna Edwards of former Congresswoman. Democrat. So I don't know what she's giving you advice on. But she says that Donald Trump won't get new voters in the area that he is in. Well, it's not so much I think, being confident as you know, doing the work on the ground. I mean, when you look at the number of voters have already voted early. Wisconsinites are becoming accustomed to that. The number of first time voters showing up at the polls. I think that that's a good that's a good sign for Democrats and I was struck yesterday that the president was campaigning in Janesville, which is a solidly Republican. Area used to be represented, I think by Paul Ryan and I just don't see that is getting in the new voters from Madison and Milwaukee suburbs that the president is going to each of you in a state like Wisconsin. Yeah, and Wisconsin's kind like Nevada is mostly read. But not Madison, not the suburbs of Milwaukee. So he goes to an area that's very red. I'm not sure how that works, but Governor Pat McCrory, who was the former governor of North Carolina, North Carolina is turning out to be a big, important battleground state. And he thinks that President Trump will win North Carolina I predict he will carry the state of North Carolina will be very, very close. But the dilemma he has Is. The Democrats have so much money on the ground, both the North and South Carolina. Let me put it this way of my radio show. I have mortgage Emma Craddick ads than Republican ads. That means the Democrats have a lot of money. But there is one word that the Republicans are repeating over and over again, and that's Amy Barrett. She the Supreme Court confirmation hearings. We think of brought some momentum to the Trump campaign, and the Democrats aren't bringing her name up at all on the campaign trail. Yeah. Everybody's got a radio show. Everybody's I've So Wall Street Journal Front page top story. Farmers stick with Trump. Despite trade war pain. S o. They show this guise of farmer Ron pressed age. Um He's a pork and turkey producer. He says he's made things more volatile. Yet he plans to vote for him again. He has 309 million riding on 160 acres near the town of Eagle Grove. And, um Are you going to vote for Donald Trump? Speaking of the Wall Street Journal. There is also a pro and con on the editorial pages. Admiral William McRaven. Remember Admiral McRaven? He was in charge. Of The seals seal teams. He was the guy. Who was in charge of the raid to capture and kill Osama bin Laden. Hey, Wass, a big Big fan of George W. Bush. George H. W. Bush, Brents Grow, Croft. All those people. And he wrote a blistering attack on Trump and said Biden, you've got to remember we need a president who understands the importance of American leadership at home and abroad. So, he wrote. Big deal, saying he's voting for Joe Biden..
"emma craddick" Discussed on KGO 810
"That is a devastating decision to the small town there that depended on not only the power plant but also the coal mine that supplied that power plant. And now that town is wondering well, what are we going to do, and other nearby small towns? So you know there is some real issues and and the question is, how does the country navigate? The transition of that. Increasingly all parties are embracing in order to deal with climate change. Jackie Patterson, I was an Internet reporter in the early days of the Internet, and the thinking then was that it was going to democratize information that there could be so many sources of information, lots of competition. This sort of moving away from centralization of IBM and and mainframe computers. Now we have a situation where a handful of large companies dominate the Internet. That democratisation didn't happen, and I hear similar that echoes for me. Some of the conversations about distributed power is going to be mortgage, Emma Craddick and people you can get power to the people from their rooftops. I'd like to hear your thoughts on kind of the concentration and distribution of power. As we move from a fossil economy to a cleaner economy, we might have a replay the same kind of same story. Yeah, that is ah, kind of to the some of the points that were being made before we started. This initiative called the Black Labor Initiative on just transition so that we really make sure that we are set during the voices of people who are standing to lose their livelihood is in this in this transition, and in that conversation with the with the black labor folks in the lead We've been talking about how how Currently, the centralized power has resulted in circumstances such as the 76,000 coal miners that have lost their lives since 1968 while the National Mining Association, which consisted of the very companies that employ them fought against the regulations to be able to protect them from the cold mind us that there is tied to The black lung disease. They took their lives and that has and that's in counting. And so we've talked about how that only is a lobbying against those types of regulations, but it's also a number of these. Fossil fuel companies are paying into groups like Alec that the push forward on everything from school in prison privatization, toe water, privatization, Teo, even voter suppression laws. And so that centralization of power and the lack of riel people engagement in that agenda, and for our for our communities, it's at the expense of the wellbeing of our communities. Points to us for the leader of decentralized on the wealth and the power that's driving that machine. And so for us, it is ah and and in the context of the conversation with the buck labor Initiative. It's really talking about how do we What are the one of the possibilities? Not just thinking of trading Ah, job and and doing coal or oil and gas for another energy job, or even but one of the one of the vast popular possibilities in the new economy that we're trying to T transition Teo and so on in each of of the sectors of this new economy, we are We have a lot of folks who are pushing for decentralization because whether it's people getting their electricity shut off for nonpayment. While the company that's you know, responsible for it has a CEO making $9.8 million a year and you're cutting somebody else for $60 to the literally at the cost of their lives. I report lights out, Nicole talked about people who were burning candles. For electricity after having their mean for light after having their electricity cut off and burn down their houses, So they literally paid the price of poverty with their lives. And so to this point around energy, poverty we are really looking at and how do we actually really meaningful Lee and systemically relieved Energy poverty that really does put the power in both senses in the hands of the people. You're listening to a conversation about energy and power in communities of color. Greg Dalton is speaking with Derek Holly, founder and president of Reaching America. Jackie Paterson, director of environmental climate justice at the end of Ivan Penn, Alternative Energy reporter with The New York Times. And Vienna Tron, director of climate justice for the Tom Steyer Political Action Committee..
"emma craddick" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Police interviews and years of investigation, rumors and theories, and still no one is behind bars are the bards town cases connected. Why is the killer still on the loose? People in Bardstown want answers. Breathing NewsRadio. Time is 8 24. Now on Colorado's Morning news were less than a month away from the election, and voter turnout is expected to be key and expected to be very high this year, one of the most active voting blocs, maybe young people and first time voters. Our next guest is the Colorado representative for Youth Service, America's Service Vote Fellowship. It focuses on increasing voter registration and mobilizing youth voters. She is eerie, high school senior in Colorado, a young leaders member Sasha Miller, and she joins us on the live line. Good morning, Sasha. Good morning. How are you? I'm good. Thank you. Is it tough to get young people to care about political issues? Or do you find more of them are engaged this year. This year has been one of the best years so far are getting kids engaged and getting them out there who want to vote. But before this year before all of this stuff is going on. It was incredibly hard to get kids to one about. What is it about this year is is climate change the biggest issue for most young people, or what are they caring about? It's climate change and many other issues they're going on, and we're also raised by the Supreme Court nomination and all that kind of stuff. It's comet changed it. LGBTQ rights. It's just right in general, Can you tell our young people mortgage Emma Craddick leaning than than right wing leaning or is it fairly balanced? I would say it very much depends on where you are a lot of the more rural places. There are a lot more Republican leaning where ah lot of them or city places, Suburban places their Democratic leaning Why would you say if a young person is listening to the radio right now? And saying I don't care about this? Why should young people be active voters in this election? Well as a young person if you register and vote, right when you're 18, you're more likely to continue voting for the rest of your life. And voting is a huge, important thing for deciding what is you They're important to you and deciding what you want to have a say on voting as a young person is a great way to get involved. Not only with politics but also in other activities and to get I'm coming ground with people. It's a very all inclusive thing to dio. This will be your first time voting in a presidential election. Are you excited about it? Um, yes, I won't be voting this year. I'm a tad dono. But yeah, this is cut off by about four months. Oh, I think a lot of my friends are voting this year and I have Like when I talked to all my friends and all my peers, they're beyond excited to vote and to exercise. Their right is fitted them. Are these young people active on a local level with those down ballot races that we that we hear about, or they mostly concerned about The very top of the ticket in the bigger races. Unfortunately with people my age and a little bit older, we don't really see a lot of engagement within local and state election. Ah, lot of them are very concerned with national doesn't what's going on in that oval, but not so much with the statewide ballot in the local talent. Are you being engaged? I guess by the candidates are they trying to reach out to younger voters? And if so, how are they doing with that? I think that a lot of the local state candidates reach out to people they know they can get votes from which isn't all these young people, so they very much target their recruitment and there Marketing efforts towards older people, You know, thirties forties and above. On the national level. A lot of marketing outreach has been done to younger people to people in high school and college and it's been extremely successful. Yeah, I'm thinking about just in the athletic world. Patrick Mahomes and LeBron James. The latest toe sort of pushed for for, you know, voter registration and things like that. That's got to help a Sasha before he run. I'd love to ask you about your school year this year with covert 19 Have you gone back to in person learning an eerie high school? Yes, we actually went back to in person Learning on Monday, so we're going into hybrids casual Wear. Half of the students go Monday, Tuesday and half of this you go Wednesday, Thursday, Would you say young people are generally not all that concerned about the pandemic? I think it really depends on the family. A lot of kids are, you know they don't care. They are like, Oh, whatever if I get it. Whatever I'll survive, and then a lot of kids actually being very careful about it. They're wearing their math. They're constantly washing their hands and stuff like that. Well, it will definitely be a bizarre senior year for you to look back and say Yeah, I graduated in the year 2020, but eerie high school senior Colorado young leaders members Sasha Miller, Thank you for joining me. I appreciate that perspective. We rarely talk to somebody under the age of 25. So thanks for coming on. Yeah. Thank you so much. And have a good day. You get you to a 29 heading back outside ahead of your newscast, Jonathan Steele watching that drive. Is it getting any better?.
"emma craddick" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Will be just 38 days until election day after the president makes the announcement one of the biggest announcements that the president has made one of the biggest days of his presidency as the president gets a chance to put a solid conservative majority on the Supreme Court for years to come by ideologically flipping a seat, Several sources have told Fox News. And there is other reporting out there that the president's choices. Amy Cockney Barrett, judge he nominated for the seventh Circuit Court of Appeals Back in 2017. She is as solidly conservative as they come, though she did a track three Emma Craddick votes during her confirmation. The moment the announcement is made, the clock starts ticking toward her confirmation thoughts is John Roberts, You can hear the president's announcement live on W Ell at five tonight. The first presidential debate scheduled for Tuesday, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, standing by her position that former Vice President Joe Biden shouldn't debate the president, the speakers that she thinks it will be a huge waste of time. House Minority Whip Steve Scalise disagrees. He tells Fox and friends Nobody can tell you what he really stands for. What they can tell you is the people around him are very much of the socialist wing of the party that's taken over. That's not where our country wants to go riding of the violence. Socialism. It's not where America is. You can hear the debate Tuesday night at nine right after Mark Levin on 105.9 FM W M A. L knew this hour, The Nationals officially confirmed they've agreed to extend manager Davey Martinez this contract for a few years. T Motor Mark Lerner says there's Nobody else the team would rather have at the helm. The team credits his steady, unwavering approach, consistent strategy and never ending positivity and support for players for taking the team to an improbable run to the World Series Championship last year. The team to not give details of the contract extension, But Yusa today reports it's for three years and $7.5 million. There's a prayer march on the National Mall today. Usually marches taking place on the National Mall has something to do with politics. But not today's prayer march. This is an opportunity for us to go to the nation's capital and call upon God. This is not a political rally. We're not supporting Joe Biden or president whether to praise the event organized by Reverend Franklin Graham. Think our country is in very trouble. I don't see any hope for this country outside of God, Intervening Maria ly fun. W m a l l dot com Today's March starts at noon. First a second day in a row of bad weather means the flyover of World War two aeroplanes has been completely canceled this year. The arsenal of Democracy flyover groups as it cannot push the event back another day because it's authorization to fly over restricted airspace expires today. Instead, the group's streaming a video tribute with interviews from veterans on its Facebook page and YouTube. A driver is dead after crashing a vehicle into a house and seat pleasant around 7 15. This morning, the Prince George's County Fire Department says a power line fell on the vehicle, setting it and parts of the house on fire. Police say they're not sure what caused the crash traffic and.
"emma craddick" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Good morning. And if you look at this, or if you watch just the commercials, and we're talking the extreme extreme commercials for President Trump and Joe Biden, you would think this is nothing but a race of fascism, Facet, fascism versus communism, and that's it. Oh, there's no doubt and if you add to that social media blitz is by Russia, China, Iran. Feeling the fire whatever bit. They're going after it. Whether it's guns, your guns, you're going to get seized. Biden gets elected and on and on and on. Now created in effect such a fever pitch between the left and the right. They obviously are not talking to each other and the big, big problem. Jennifer is they basically have dehumanized each other, which is scary, because basically then they believe it's either my way or the highway. And if, for example, President Trump loses The right is going to go crazy and say it was legitimate and he'll probably go crazy, too. And who knows what they may do? I mean, the concern is a lot of unrest in particular communities. And you know if the police or are the police Really geared up to deal with it. My guess is in some places. The answer is no. And that's very scary. And even if you look back at Thebes, Emma Craddick convention and the Republican convention every night I watch those almost cover to cover every single night. And when I would turn the TV off in the evening, I would think to myself The world is going to be a scary place. If the Republicans get her elected or the world's going to be a scary place if the Democrats get elected. Oh, my God, What are we in for? Right, And that's that's that's what we've created. Collectively is this attitude that it's almost like We're at war and the president is that is a more president, where decisions you know, can Big time effect population or country And, of course, we're not there and this is not a war, but we created that level of fever pitch, and there's a lot of concern of people who do what I do. That things could get really messy after November 3rd and it really doesn't matter on either side, right? Correct. I mean, they both have dug in. Um I mean, if you if you look, historically, I read a study recently that look that 1994 or two 2020 and 60% of attacks were done by people on the right. And and 90% 10 since January. So clue the right is more attack prone. But you know who knows if in fact the president Winds or claims victory. You're goingto see and tifa and a large number of other groups. Big time reactive that. How do we get past this? Is there a way to get past? This is their way too blunt this prior to the election. I don't think so. I think that that is now so high and people are so mad and let's face it. Some politicians are stoking them up. To the fever pitch. That until we get to the other side of this, and perhaps things will slow down and maybe they won't and then a lot of people are scared as to what the president might do if he gets reelected. It doesn't have to get reelected again. I mean, that could be good. That could be bad. I guess it depends on your perspective, obviously, but, um, big concerns. I think to go to your point. No matter who wins. It's going to be a bunch of angry people. I'm glad you said, too about the politicians sort of stoking this because that's the one other thing that I would watch in the evening and I remember first watching the Democrats in getting done with that and thinking, Oh, my gosh, The the way that things were presented were so you know, we're all going to die. It's just going to be the worst thing ever in the vitriol. Room, which some of the perspectives were done and then watching the Republican convention. It wasn't any better it was. It's the it's the anger. It's the I don't know the seething that one side has for the other bit. When you're watching these things, you almost feel like you have to choose one side or the other for your own safety or something. It's really weird that the way it makes you feel internally. And the number of people Jennifer that air purchasing firearms. They've never had firearms. You didn't grow up with firearms. I mean, I have people approached me knowing my background, saying working, they get trained. What happened in the yesterday because they're scared. Um, And so we have basically created a monster than my view by this approach and attitude, and that at some point We're going to have to talk to each other have like with the other side and saying that that's what this is all about. You and I may not have to agree. Jennifer Walk three idea that you could walk away and go have a beer together. The way they should be. All right. We'll meet you for a beer. You tell me when and where I'll be red. Hey, See you later. Thanks So much for your perspective. Take care. See you later. That is a B C's Brad Garrett, and he's so right. I can tell you. I have I have friends who are Bernie Sanders supporters. Dear dear dear dear friends who are who are queuing on supporters? And I love them both dearly..
"emma craddick" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"NA member FDIC talks Louisville basketball with coach Chris Mack tonight at seven on newsradio eight forty WHAS thank we just wanna wait one bit because former vice president Joe Biden pretty excited after coming up but South Carolina win if they're in the democratic primary for president enjoys to talk about this Michael Bauer from NBC news radio Michael good morning to you and the let's talk a little bit about what this means is obviously that's a big push but tomorrow even bigger for a both not only Joe Biden but perhaps it Bernie Sanders as well one only that this is a mixer Tony you you don't have much time between the two right we have this big win from Joe Biden which was you were hoping if you're Joe Biden for a big win not a moderate when you got exactly that forty eight point eight percent of the vote what your direction while only nineteen percent when Bernie Sanders direction in Saturday night's primary in South Carolina but then you got to quickly turn around be ready for super Tuesday this doesn't mean that Biden was able to raise a bunch of funds over the weekend and then put some television commercials and launch those in the fourteen days will be a participatory the fact he's not even running any ads in California which is the crown jewel of super Tuesday with up to what was it four hundred or something delegates available there and and and when you're looking at that kind of number the crown jewel you wanna be competing on some level he's not four hundred fifteen delegates thirty percent of the delegates at stake on Tuesday so there's this belief if you've got that momentum you're hoping it's going to carry you through and certainly over the threshold of fifteen percent to at least score some delegates within the state and then when you saw people do judge drop out in the past twenty four hours Tom's tire drop out the night of the South Carolina primary you're hoping that some of their votes will be going Joe Biden's way here as well not necessarily to have him beat Bernie Sanders in certain states but to take delegates away and the delegate count away from Bernie Sanders says if you get to a point where you're looking at a convention and a brokered convention where you've gotta have X. amount of delegates or be on the fly on some level with how many delegates you do have that you can take those delegates away from Bernie Sanders the better off your chances are yeah from a strategy point of view it is interesting to know dead to mayor Pete said Sayonara he was doing better than a big publisher who's not even doing well in our own home state apparently now they had to cancel the vent to their from because of us some black life matters a protester with that and with that in mind and the ability that after Americans have it seems for Joe Biden is there some talk behind the scenes with inside the DNC perhaps that day you guys need to knock it off if you want a moderate candidate to be a part of this I think there's probably some behind the scenes conversation on that front it is a lot of concern more than anything else is more concerned about of Bernie Sanders being the front runner there and what that means when you got somebody speaking out in favor of of movements by Fidel Castro or things would be considered on some level you know that that socialist Emma Craddick portion of things that if you're running against president trump might be a difficult challenge for your voters on a on a general scale to get behind so you want to be if you have that person that might be the moderate vote push them forward until Saturday it was unclear that you even had a moderate support on any level from any of the voters so it looks like Joe Biden's that person right now and the guys were people judgment kind of hovering around certainly after Iowa and from there he was one of those moderate contenders he wasn't hitting fifteen percent in any of the polls heading into any of the states for super Tuesday people to judge wasn't so this may now take some of the other people like Elizabeth Warner Bloomberg or buy new we're just under the fifteen percent threshold as well and now put them up into a fifteen to sixteen percent so they may be able to take away some of those votes from Bernie Sanders yes there is that and I think there's also probably some behind the scenes conversations about where it is that the people who just might be able to fall in line with whatever Hey Joe Biden candidacy would look like is there a place for him to be secretary of defense or something along those lines those conversations still yet to be happy Michael.
"emma craddick" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"By the mistakes of the past and today we declare that you're made by god and for a great and noble purpose I believe that's true every human being on this earth by god it has the president and Israelis were one glorious nation under god we are one American family working to make America safe again strong again prosperous again great again right we have to affirm that you know we believe in redemption second chances you know and that's what the president has begun and that's now happening and you know now we see the at the president's direction the country continues to soar Gallup say in the president's job approval rating is at a record high now the latest survey finds and a further increase in national satisfaction with the president sixty one percent of Americans say they're better off than they were three years ago a higher percentage than in prior election years when an incumbent was running citizens that have the highest competence in the direction of the U. S. since the president's inauguration forty six percent of the public believes the U. S. headed in the right direction up four points from last week and rarely in the years that Gallup has tracked public ratings on the economy since the early nineties of Americans have higher confidence in the economy as they do now CBS news seventy five percent of U. S. adults say the economy is in good shape well that's the highest number in almost twenty years Gallup nearly six in ten Americans sixty percent now say they are better off financially than they were a year ago what's up fifty percent Washington post seventy five percent percent of the electric predict they'll be better off a year from now okay that is the mood of the nation survey and the highest number they've ever recorded as well I mean this is all over I mean what's bad about that anything I don't think so also you look at these numbers and these are real Americans real families real our fellow citizens and they're doing better than ever record low unemployment every demographic group benefiting home building is up thirteen percent home sales surging nine percent that's it the Reuters story that came out today that's again good news for we the American people look I'm not I don't give out economic advice I don't I'm I buy my he added I am of a guy that I love gene Henssler her in associates down in Georgia my buddy bill like they they they hate me because I don't like to put my money where much of it or put a lot at risk in the stock market see if you want it done those other outlook I don't is that stock market to me is never been the biggest best indicator now it's doing great our four oh one K.'s are great but the one piece of advice I would give you if you want to buy a new home or you want to finance a home or refinance a home now's the time to do it I have a somebody works for me on the TV show you know I'm talking about Linda I just got a new home as of all what was your interest rate is like three something for thirty year fixed that's like free money but I'm I'm just telling you that the we may not ever see these numbers again in our lifetime it's so low and so if you're thinking about buying my own house and you're on the fence don't be on the fence you know if you can get that won't get it and or maybe refinance your home but if this is the best opportunity going to have to do it anyway so those that's good news and the bad news is if we take out a radical shift down this this socialist lame that every one of those lunatics on stage this week would take us that would not be good for the American economy or for we the American people Hey Bernie Sanders looks like he's got a double digit lead while not looks like it has a double digit lead heading into Saturday's call goes in the modern Amerson poll released I mean now they've got him you know smashing is up thirty percent of the vote judge currently leads Sanders by one delegate came in a distant second at seventeen percent Joe Biden came in one point behind mayor Pete UT with sixteen percent Peter has seventy percent warrant a global chore and Tom starrer you know following the pack I mean this this this is now Bernice to lose by every measure and you what you see is well they want to steal it from Bowsher Bolshevik Bernie it was a Yahoo news story the international secretary for Sweden I remember I told you the story recently Finland's government often cited by a Bolshevik Bernie as the great model collapsed of its own weight because they couldn't keep up the welfare state they the socialist utopia that everyone talked and they collapsed now you have the socialist leader in Sweden blasting Bolshevik Bernie say he would be considered too far left in his country to be a member of their socialist Emma Craddick party that that kind of says a lot we were at a Sanders a man was like a bee and a left wing he made me laugh then you've got farmer Mike many Mike Bloomberg warning the Bolshevik Bernie come lock up the nomination on super Tuesday wealth you had your chance Mike maybe if you didn't you know make these racial comments of yours maybe if you let's see born is so insulting the what women and maybe if you had a little more respect for the farmers that beat us in the entire world maybe you'd be in a better position I think it only it doesn't matter how much money you're going to spend here but I'm looking at the Bloomberg news today and none of it is good for him by any measure whatsoever many got a story out today Bloomberg said of a female employee I'd like to do that piece of meat whether that's the Washington post that's what he's quoted as saying according to the nineteen ninety six former employees that woman working for Bloomberg she was drugged raped by a supervisor there and that was his comment I'd like to do that piece of meat wow Bloomberg sexual harassment victims say they've been intimidated into silence not sure what that is all about but then you got Bloomberg staffers which is even worse than the daily beast put it out there we base is not conservative not that he paid doesn't pay women equally they've done their investigative report that's a problem then you got team Bloomberg selectively editing of the bait clip to make it appear as if he owned his fellow candidates and got owned the entire night at like one good line and I see this one story racked up three major endorsements after is disasters debate performance would have been you know interplay probably donated to the people I don't even know who they are anyone's not micromanage I mean you you look at his record I mean this guy you gotta say he wants more obamacare more of it he wants you know basically the removal of all guns I mean New York laws of the Mostra quicker colonia banning assault weapons you know registering guns you know he has isn't approach to climate change is scary vehicles pollution free by twenty thirty five alright no more gas or oil the lifeblood of the world economy wants to codify roe V. Wade into federal law and is is it war on cigarettes America's open doors C. once wide open borders and you destroy the economy with you know his his labor policies unbelievable and tax hikes brags about those two Hey I want to remind you all right it's so I know it's we get near the end of February here but they're going to be cutting your lawn sooner than later Linda got her hustler turf lawn mower it is the best the family owned business are creating jobs in the heartland now since the early sixties and generation after generation they they created the first zero turn lawnmower engineered to outperform these the hustler turf lawn mowers attested put through the wringer tested some more they're the most adorable in the harshest conditions and you might dread mowing.
"emma craddick" Discussed on KTOK
"The mistakes of the past and today we declare that you're made by god and for a great and noble purpose I believe that's so every human being on this earth created by god it has the president and Israelis were one glorious nation under god we are one American family working to make America safe again strong again prosperous again great again right we have to affirm that you know we believe in redemption second chances you know and that's what the president has begun and that's now happening and you know now we see the at the president's direction the country continues to soar Gallup say in the president's job approval rating is at a record high now the latest survey finds out and a further increase in national satisfaction with the president sixty one percent of Americans say they're better off than they were three years ago a higher percentage than in prior election years when an incumbent was running citizens that have the highest competence in the direction of the US since the president's inauguration forty six percent of the public believes the US headed in the right direction up four points from last week and rarely in the years the Gallup is track public ratings of the economy since the early nineties of Americans have higher confidence in the economy as they do now CBS news seventy five percent of US adults say the economy is in good shape well that's the highest number in almost twenty years Gallup nearly six in ten Americans sixty percent now say they are better off financially than they were a year ago what's up fifty percent Washington post seventy five percent percent of the electorate predict they'll be better off a year from now okay that is the mood of the nation survey and the highest number they've ever recorded as well I mean this is all over I mean what's bad about that anything I don't think so also you look at these numbers in these are real Americans real families real our fellow citizens and they're doing better than ever record low unemployment every demographic group benefiting home building is up thirteen percent home sales surging nine percent that's a the Reuters story that came out today that's again good news for we the American people look I'm not I don't give out economic advice I don't I'm I buy my I I I I am I'm a guy that I love Jeanne Hensler her in associates down in Georgia my buddy bill like they they they hate me because I don't like to put my money where much of it or put a lot at risk in the stock market see if you want it done this either outlook I don't I'd stock market to me he's never been the biggest best indicator now it's doing great are four oh one K.'s are great but the one piece of advice I would give you if you want to buy a new home or you want to finance a home or refinance a home now is the time to do it I have a somebody works for me on the TV show you know I'm talking about Linda I just got a new home as a well what was your interest rate is like three something for thirty year fixed that's like free money but I'm I'm just telling you that the we may not ever see these numbers again in our lifetime it's so low and so if you're thinking about buying a man house and you're on the fence don't be on the fence you know if you can get that loan get it and the or maybe refinance your home but is this is the best opportunity gonna have to do it anyway so those that's good news and the bad news is if we take out a radical shift down this this socialist lame that every one of those lunatics on stage this week would take us that would not be good for the American economy or for we the American people Hey Bernie Sanders looks like he's got a double digit lead on that looks like it has a double digit lead heading into Saturday's call goes in the modern Emerson poll released I mean now they've got him you know smashing is at thirty percent of the vote judge currently lead Sanders by one delegate came in a distant second seventeen percent Joe Biden came in one point behind the mayor Pete would would sixteen percent Peter has seventy percent worn a global chore and Tom Stiers you know following the pack I mean this this this is now Bernice to lose by every measure and you what you see is well they want to steal it from brochure Bolshevik Bernie it was a Yahoo news story the international secretary for Sweden I remember I told you the story recently Finland's government often cited by a Bolshevik Bernie as the great model collapsed of its own weight because they couldn't keep up the welfare state they the socialist utopia that everyone talked at the collapsed now you have the socialist leader in Sweden blasting Bolshevik Bernie say he would be considered too far left in his country to be a member of their socialist Emma Craddick party that that kind of says a lot we were at a Sanders a man was let go being at a left wing CD I mean I made me laugh then you've got farmer Mike many Mike Bloomberg warning the Bolshevik Bernie come lock up the nomination on super Tuesday wealth you had your chance Mike maybe if you didn't you know make these racial comments of yours maybe if you let's see worn is so insulting the won't women and may be if you had a little more respect for the farmers that beat us in the entire world maybe you'd be in a better position I think it only it doesn't matter how much money you're going to spend here but I'm looking at the Bloomberg news today and none of it is good for him by any measure whatsoever many got a story out today Bloomberg said of a female employee I'd like to do that piece of meat whether that's the Washington post that's what he's quoted as saying according to the nineteen ninety six former employees that woman working for Bloomberg she was drugged raped by a supervisor there and that was his comment I'd like to do that piece of meat wow Bloomberg sexual harassment victims say they've been intimidated into silence not sure what that is all about but then you got Bloomberg staffers which is even worse than the daily beast put it out there we base is not conservative not that he paid doesn't pay women equally they've done their investigative report that's a problem then you got team Bloomberg selectively editing at the bait clip to make it appear as if he owned his fellow candidates and got owned the entire night at like one good line and I see this one story racked up three major endorsements after his disastrous debate performance would you now interplay probably donated to the people I don't even know who they are any once the micro manage I mean you you look at his record I mean this guy got to say he wants more obamacare more of it he wants you know basically to removal of all guns I mean New York laws of the Mostra quick draconian banning assault weapons you know registering guns you know he has is the approach to climate change is scary vehicles pollution free by twenty thirty five all right no more gas or oil the lifeblood of the world economy once the codify roe V. Wade into federal law and is is it not war on cigarettes America's open doors see once wide open borders and he destroyed the economy with you know his is labor policies unbelievable and tax hikes brags about those two Hey I want to remind you all right it's so I know it's we get near the end of February here but you're gonna be cutting your lawn sooner than later Linda got her hustler turf lawn mower it is the best family owned businesses are creating jobs in the heartland now since the early sixties and generation after generation they they created the first zero turn lawn mower engineered to outperform these hustler turf lawn mowers attested put through the wringer tested some more they're the most durable in the harshest conditions and you might.
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"But I do believe that the the biggest the greatest danger to to trump's are kind of me is to our economy to our economic growth is I've been stating here is tied immigration and now that they're beginning to say that my veiny set in England he didn't say it over here and in Alabama or Tennessee or is one of the other red states Arkansas come over here and tell those people and they need to grow a pair and say look we need more Ayman immigrants into our country and I guarantee you'll never hear this again trump just said this year I'm sorry last year he said our country is full can't take you anymore so turn around now move any comes and goes he says in this is I'm gonna Cordy quote him he says we are desperate for more people so what's the truth well that's what I told you you know where I got my fax the Congressional Budget Office the census the world what's the name of that Namik form to and north Americans I want to say it north American economic form they said this United States needs immigration but you got a guy who who is it he's he's I'm well he's a he's he's got a base and he's a he's delivered this message and he won't back off right I Trevor hi you're much of an eighty but don't go Ben all right Mister everyday driving and just curious on your opinion here we don't always agree are you making comments like the uneducated in our country trumps jurors quote unquote no I I I did back off I said that I don't think all trump supporters on educated puts it is trump that says I love the uneducated I mean that was a quote you know yeah I'm in New York people that live in our country that have building towering I believe one other cats I have the last four years is getting so exercised that I attack all trump supporters as the same and they're not they're very a lot of different reasons why people voted for trump the but I do think that people you know it's like the saying is like obviously I don't think all trump supporters racist but I do believe all races voted for trump because they they know because of the kind of stuff he said about Charlotte's fill the things he said about blacks and Muslims and Mexicans and all so you know I mean that's my goal here in the next ten months is to you know to try to show people that voted for trump before that it be better to vote for somebody that will you know that will help their economic situation that will be better for all Americans and you know bring us all up together I am and I is it's difficult sometimes when I get you know I get only hear from people that are you know going to call me up and call me a live chart or anything like that I got a bite my tongue and that's harder for me yeah I just think that we should be when we try to be inclusive as a country and then we every conversation is more division whether it's who's on stage at the democratic debate or all who which group or ethnic groups or social group is going to vote for and care this is the other and I think we should stick to policy and what people believe sorry I agree I agree I mean I think you know I made the it would be great you know the yeah there's a little bit of an irony here that James Cornell who's just been appointed as head of the N. I. is gay yeah trump and and shot Rush Limbaugh attacked to judge but I don't hear rush talking at all about this guy that is now the head of the day and I use it you know a director of national intelligence so it's it's obvious that there's there's selective you know personal attacks I mean judges a is a real as a really interesting guy he's very religious are his policies are not what you'd call socialist Emma Craddick he's he's a you know he's a smart is a veteran I mean but well nobody's considering him because he's gay and that's screwed up right all I know that you're not considering well yeah and the fact that the president of Russia bar anybody else chooses to talk about one person versus another the sage of all this other guys gave maybe talk about them but it's all political moves for example you don't agree with Bernie Sanders so you're trying to steer the boarding people torch another candidate because we have a better chance of winning and they're talking up you to judge because they're trying to steer the voters that well I mean my I also don't believe and and the economic concepts that Bernie Sanders is proposing I don't I mean I don't let me rephrase that I I believe in his sincerity and I think that you know that we could use a little more income redistribution but I what I I I I want the people in the swing states understand that Democrats care about them you know a I don't yeah I do I as I think it's important that that we understand that what Sanders is saying is not reflective of the average Democrat the average Democrat is not that far from the average Republican we aren't you know I mean and it seems to me that is a few social issues that really separate us more than economic issues Hey Trevor thanks look already push it okay I doubt we have break and I ran over that I that so phone number eighty eighty eight ten if you have some you'd like to tell me you're more than welcome drop declared himself the chief law enforcement officer in the land and you know what he's one half of one percent right that's next Franklin KGO a tent and streaming online at KGO radio dot com what about the date if its fiery or controversial some but if not pretend it didn't happen and we're gonna be standing up for those Portland firefighters were in trouble for the dumbest of.
"emma craddick" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"For Chinese military hackers with breaking into the computer networks of the Equifax credit reporting agency back in twenty seventeen and stealing the personal information of tens of millions of Americans U. S. Attorney General bill Barr says Chinese nationals have been charged with an unusually large number of espionage cases about eighty percent of our economic espionage prosecutions have implicated the Chinese government and about sixty percent of all trade secrets half cases in recent years involves some connection with Charles and trump releasing his federal budget today let's get more from reporter Linda Kenny on the president's four point eight trillion dollar budget is an election year declaration of spending priorities Congress will counter with a budget of itself one that reflects its spending wish list Congress and the White House ultimately will meet somewhere in the middle with the final budget plan but that could be months away in the meantime the president's budget offering gives him and members of Congress as well as other presidential contenders plenty to talk about on the campaign trail Emma Craddick presidential candidates barn storming in the state of New Hampshire ahead of the all important New Hampshire primary tomorrow Joe Biden trailing behind Sanders booted judge and Warren he knows that he needs a strong finish tomorrow Biden holding an hour and a half long town hall in Hudson New Hampshire where he talked about all the tragedy he's experienced many you I've lost a lot my lifetime lost a wife and a daughter in a car action I lost my son cancer but I'll be damned if I'm going to stand by and lose my country it will not happen Biden criticize people to judge saying quote this guy's not a Barack Obama the investigation continues after Chicago police officer shot and arm demand to death in the lake view neighborhood early Sunday morning it happened outside ties still for a bar at Ashland in Addison police say when cops arrived an armed man shot a person outside the bar and then tried to run away cops went after him and then he fired shots at police and officer returned fire killing the man interim top cop Charlie back says the officer also suffered minor injuries Yasser who fired there was been transported to medical facility is being treated for bumps and bruises he was not shot but he did fall in the in his pursuit of the offending original person shot by the arm to mail was struck in the neck and cheek he's in critical condition a big night for South Korea and foreign language films the movie parasite took Best Picture the first time in ninety two years that to a of foreign language film took the.
"emma craddick" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Hunter says it was an honor to serve the San Diego district for eleven years hunter has pleaded guilty Tuesday to a single charge of conspiring with his wife to use at least fifty a hundred fifty thousand dollars in campaign funds for things like family vacations to Italy in Hawaii and private school tuition a new holiday pop up is giving back to military families in LA tell me exactly knows first hand what it's like to spend the holidays apart from loved ones in the military her sons in the army he was deployed during holidays two years ago and it was is really hard please no part of a support group on Facebook called the military mama's network they started pop up in three big cities nationwide including one of the Grove in LA to provide food and gifts to military families who may not be able to afford them this year our military they give a lot for a little it's always nice to be able to get back to them and say thank you the pop up runs through Sunday Monica Rick's KFI news you see scientists have been yelling and waving their arms at coyotes to see if the wily scavengers are really scared off you see human wildlife interaction finds his need Quinn says hazing coyotes isn't scientifically proven it's kind of irresponsible to recommend management techniques that we don't know if they work or not yet several southern California cities have adopted the nonviolent scare tactic to stop the cat either in dog Maulers from trespassing kind of like if someone jumped around the corner and goes through to you you kind of get a fight for second but then you realize that it's not that big of a deal queen uses tracking collars to see a coyote stay away after being yelled at in Orange County Corbin Carson care finance Emma Craddick Wisconsin senator Tammy Baldwin says congressional Republicans need to do something about healthcare congressional Republicans and president trump tried to pass repeal plans that would take away people's health care and allow insurance companies to charge more or deny care for people with pre existing health conditions Baldwin says she introduced the in roll acts to restore funding for the navigator program president trump cut she says the measure passed the house back in may but has it moved in the Senate Baldwin says Senate Republicans have made it clear they support trumps effort to make it harder for well to get affordable coverage president trump says Americans are flushing too much the president held a White House round table on small business yesterday and said he wants a nationwide review of water efficiency standards we have a situation where we're looking very strongly and sinks and showers and other elements of bathrooms he said the EPA is considering opening up the standard of water saving regulation trump says people are flushing as many as fourteen times when they should only be flushing once let's take a look at a crash.
"emma craddick" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"On over there yeah but that's okay it just double standard that we seem to live in these days is so it's so crazy that you don't know what to look for answers anymore because all of these companies are over there to make a dollar and trucks trying to get these guys to come back and yet nobody saying work about your previous caller just cannot you know there's obviously Emma Craddick ties into the Chinese and they're so well invested here how we gonna how we going to do that you know but it's not but you know he was awful one thing where it's not just democratic there's Republican ties as well they're Republicans that are against this trade war that trump has it's much more than just a trade war but they they they they're Republicans that want to cheap labor the cheap stuff that's the chamber of commerce Republicans don't don't make it expensive let them go gets let's gets to produce for cheap over there we get a for cheap over here we all win but we don't know when the people that make it don't win the people that we're we're doing business with our enemy to me I thought he nailed it a little bit because it's like if you go back to the fifties sixties seventies eighties any of the Soviet Union the only thing the only difference of union Chinese of the sub unit was making products that we buy other that there are seen enemy you know if imagine if the Soviets were buying making products imagine a vase that hate this so much making products in the Cold War would you want to buy them hell no within why we buying these from China did you have a Chinese give him kudos the Chinese for coming up with such a brilliant idea they say we can't be the Americans militarily we'll just get him hooked like drugs like opioids on our products are so cheap that we're gonna destroy them from the inside out and you're absolutely right but like my mother question point in that same time frame what think happy we get bird trying to run out of some place.
"emma craddick" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The phone call and the whistle blower complaint is a real problem for national security adding that he wants to know if the whistle blower got their information legally and that's mark Mayfield reporting meanwhile White House brass is scrambling seemingly caught unaware and not in favor of president from sudden decision to pull American troops from northern Syria here's ABC's senior White House correspondent Cecilia Vega this decision really seems to have blind sided the senior most levels of all of Washington we're talking about the state department the Pentagon military leaders were forced to issue this statement trying to clean up the president's mood even even general goals are mad at the president saying that this move is going to end up hurting Christians in Syria of course those top Republican allies on Capitol Hill that skating really a rare statement for Mitch McConnell saying that we need American leadership the move apparently not making president trump any new friends it's well seventeen the Supreme Court back in session this week and will hear a case that asks are gay and transgender Americans protected from losing their jobs the decision likely to be decided by the court's newest member all eyes are going to be on just as Brett Kavanaugh here place justice Anthony Kennedy was a staunch champion of L. G. B. T. rights Cavanaugh expected to ship the court to the right and we'll be looking to see if justice Clarence Thomas is up there he missed opening day a rare absence court said he was ill and indisposed you still get to vote on these cases justice Ruth better Ginsberg who was treated for cancer this summer or she reported for duty as usual as ABCS Terry Moran reporting at the Supreme Court the commissioner of the National Basketball Association is trying to stomp out a political wild fire that could end up costing the league billions in revenues from China it all started when Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey tweeted his support for Hong Kong's pro democracy demonstrators well that didn't go over well with Chinese government a controversy over Daryl Morey's to weaken the NBA's response has at least temporarily brought some political rivals together Republican senator Ted Cruz tweeted quote I was proud to see more a call out the Chinese communist party's repressive treatment of protesters in Hong Kong Emma Craddick presidential hopeful better will work agrees with cruise adding quote the only thing the NBA should be apologizing for is their blatant prioritization of profits over human rights Jim wrong an ABC news and Hong Kong chief executive Carrie lam warns if protestors continue to defy a new law that bans face masks during demonstrations the Chinese military could intervene it takes time for this a new piece of legislation to ban the use of miles to have some effect we will have to closely monitor the situation I cannot tell you categorically now under what circumstances that we will do extra things including we all and choir about calling on the central governments to help and protests have gone on now for months but lamb says that Beijing is still of wanting Hong Kong to handle the crisis on its own diplomatic standoff between the US and Great Britain all over a deadly car accident to U. S. diplomat's wife was driving on the wrong side of the road in Britain when she struck and killed nineteen year old Harry Dunne who is on his motorcycle the American woman then left the U. K. under diplomatic immunity well the U. K. wants her returned here's ABC's foreign correspondent Iain panel with the UK Foreign Secretary is put to my poem by and reiterated that person's was disappointed with this that they urged might compare when the state department to reconsider and also prime minister Boris Johnson also gave a statement saying that if they don't he will race a case directly with the White House we know he has a good relationship with Donald Trump but this is really preaching to close allies best of friends against each other at the moment there's no easy resolution of that crash happened near a British military station that houses in intelligence gathering base that's operated by the US airforce or a move over Jupiter Saturn now holds the record for satellite astronomers using a powerful telescope in Hawaii have identified twenty new moons orbiting Saturn and gives the ring planted a total of eighty two millones beating Jupiter and it seventy nine these moves have gone undiscovered.
"emma craddick" Discussed on KCRW
"Next live from NPR news in Washington I'm korva Coleman president trump travels to France later today for the G. seven summit of the world's leading economies and beers Asia Roscoe reports the president is expected to focus on pushing his administration's trade agenda president trump will be calling for allies to do more to open their markets to US companies trade policy has been a constant source of tension between trump and other G. seven leaders who truck is accused of taking advantage of the US trucks one on one meetings during the summit will include talks with the leaders of France Germany and the United Kingdom as well as Japan in India this will be trump's first time meeting in person with U. K. prime minister Boris Johnson since he replaced former prime minister Theresa may trumping Johnson are expected to discuss the U. K.'s exit from the European Union and the potential for bilateral trade deal I sure Rasco MPR news the White House the White House has again changed course on tax cuts now officials say they're looking at a broader approach instead of focusing on wealthier taxpayers White House officials say any tax cut plan probably won't be proposed until next year during the presidential campaign the White House seems to be backing away from a cut in payroll taxes that was floated earlier this week federal reserve and other central bank officials are gathering in Jackson Hole Wyoming for their annual symposium Steve Beckner reports that fed watchers are eagerly awaiting fed chair Jerome Powell's keynote address since the fed cut interest rates late last month Wall Street and the White House have clamored for more cuts so pals words will be parsed for potential monetary policy signals but beyond repeating past pledges to act as appropriate to sustain the expansion it may be hard for him to commit a divided said to future rate moves Steve Beckner prepared that report Emma Craddick presidential candidate man south bend Indiana mayor Peter booted gentry is out with a new plan today and beers awesome Holland reports but a judge's plan aims to improve mental health and combat.
"emma craddick" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Good morning the city of Newark New Jersey continues to distribute bottled water to residents whose tap could have high levels of lead but there's confusion over who gets the free water and how to get it residents say the city's leaving them in the dark we just don't have the information and then if they're saying that what the media is shared with us is not accurate we believe I'm Richard Hey it's morning edition from NPR and WNYC legislators are negotiating with the White House on new gun laws phone companies are teaming up with state governments to get rid of those annoying robo calls and we look at New York city's smaller highlands did you know they're about thirty of them some are man made somewhere for cotton and some are notorious it's Friday August twenty third the news is next live from NPR news in Washington I'm korva Coleman president trump travels to France later today for the G. seven summit of the world's leading economies and peers Asia Roscoe reports the president is expected to focus on pushing his administration's trade agenda president trump will be calling for allies to do more to open their markets to US companies trade policy has been a constant source of tension between trump and other G. seven leaders who truck is accused of taking advantage of the US trump's one on one meetings during the summit will include talks with the leaders of France Germany and the United Kingdom as well as Japan in India this will be trump's first time meeting in person with U. K. prime minister Boris Johnson since he replace former prime minister Theresa may trump and Johnson are expected to discuss the U. K.'s exit from the European Union and the potential for bilateral trade deal I sure Roscoe MPR news the White House the White House has again changed course on tax cuts now officials say they're looking at a broader approach instead of focusing on wealthier taxpayers White House officials say any tax cut plan probably won't be proposed until next year during the presidential campaign the White House seems to be backing away from a cut in payroll taxes that was floated earlier this week federal reserve and other central bank officials are gathering in Jackson Hole Wyoming for their annual symposium Steve Becker reports that fed watchers are eagerly awaiting fed chair Jerome Powell's keynote address since the fed cut interest rates late last month Wall Street and the White House have clamored for more cuts so pals words will be parsed for potential monetary policy signals but beyond repeating past pledges to act as appropriate to sustain the expansion it may be hard for him to commit a divided said to future rate moves Steve Beckner prepared that report Emma Craddick presidential candidate man south bend Indiana mayor Peter booted gentry is out with a new plan today and peers awesome Holland reports but a judge's plan aims to improve mental health and combat addiction Lou.
"emma craddick" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Emma Craddick presidential hopeful Kirsten Gillibrand races because I need to meet with people of color responding Nancy Cortez says the attacks and brought together a divided Democratic Party for now tweets definitely gave Democrats are common target bought the internal conflict within the party is probably not going to subside anytime soon even after speaker policy came to the defense of those for women hello see herself criticize the women's week after they voted against an immigration bill and then slammed a fellow Democrats who had voted for it democratic presidential hopeful former vice president Joe Biden is set to unveil a new health plan today CBS is at Keith is in the morning light is plan would cost about seven hundred fifty billion dollars over the next decade I would provide a public option if needed it would allow Americans to import cheaper drugs from overseas and the plan would be paid for in part by ending the trump tax cuts new polling shows the president trailing Biden Sanders Warren and harass people in New Orleans are thankful they were spared the watery wrath of hurricane Barry out as a glass that's is giving us life kept us safe healthy and together Barry is now a tropical depression moving north tornado and flash flood warnings are posted across the Gulf coast new research shows tougher gun laws save young lives the details from CBS's Vicki Barker the study in the journal pediatrics finds children living in states with strict gun control laws are less likely to die from gun violence than those in states with fewer restrictions and the tougher the laws the lower the risk even in those states where the laws are strict but gun ownership levels are high the study authors noting that an evidence based and data driven approach is the only way to combat what they are calling a public health epidemic Deborah a message to parents from the C. E. O. of jewel labs maker of best selling E. cigarettes.