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"five three days" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"five three days" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

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"five three days" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"five three days" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"We five three days we should keep track of this I mean I don't want these days we go well I think what I mean what do they call this in bowling five in a row it's not turkeys at three five offensive to see like but I think really uninspired today but before we get to rant we're going to establish the rules of the throw back alive we're gonna play fine vintage pop culture audio clips the first to identify three correctly wins the throwback life and calling a Bradley buzzing by yelling out they're going we're revisiting yesterday by doing more first thing you've ever done and if if that I'm gonna see Toni Braxton for anyone I don't know or who is and what was the other one this week that we I don't know how we have we have not won a darn thing and you might win today more best new artist yesterday of the girl well I didn't expect the dumpster fire that was all three have you exalting Bradley and Donnie I mean tiny should feel offense especially shame because I know that he was a DJ during the mid nineties I know he played that Toni Braxton three of us Toni Braxton was a man so barring group and that's actually not just one of many men to fill those shoes a man that was rough she wasn't with me okay odds are pretty good to us alright here we are again five more best new artist Grammy winner nine okay I want you man serve Albert actually when it's what no he didn't win best new artist thank you loss but this did tell me their name clean that's Marc Cohn my god how do you know that walking in Memphis I simply.

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"five three days" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

09:23 min | 2 years ago

"five three days" Discussed on WJR 760

"Sunday night with bill Cunningham but you probably just figured out I'm not bill Cunningham it's my gallon in tonight for bill Cunningham honored to be pinch hitting for the great American that's a heavy task but hope I'm up to it I think I am I tell you what we can talk about anything you want tonight but I got a feeling we're gonna be talking about impeachment then we have the first week of it last weekend you know pretty much went as expected absolutely unequivocally no evidence whatsoever everything here say no evidence at all of any impeachable offence period no high crimes no misdemeanors no anything and it's interesting you probably already noticed this what you heard from the Democrats before last week when hearing started was a quid pro quo quid pro quo well guess what I think they had a focus group and that's a group where I I'm thing where people come into a room and they talk about what they think they want to hear and what they've heard and politicians get their ideas as to what these people want to hear from these focus groups well I think what happened is that the Democrats found out that nobody believes there's a quid pro quo so now the transition to bribery and extortion which of course there is no evidence whatsoever of that a guy that's been watching this thing pretty closely it is a member of Congress were really lucky to have him tonight I'm talking about representative brand when strip of the second congressional district in Ohio Dr one trip thanks for calling in Hey my pleasure to be with you Mike thank you your impressions are congressman about what happened the first week in these impeachment hearings tell me what you think well it was pretty much what everyone expected at least those of us it's been on the committee that have been going through well really the shenanigans the last three years no it was bringing somebody and we can and do what they were going to say we was very clear from both of you already mentioned highlight I guess of the first one was John Radcliffe saying journey impeachable crime here raise your hand know what your hand he asked as he has two questions and didn't get an answer on either one right well yes and raise their hand they didn't raise your hand I guess that doesn't get in the transcript of solid we you know it was on TV and that was the same thing with him answered on a page and so you know just just step back and listen to the transitions last couple years I think and on we don't need to re hash the Russian collision the I. eight told mass where there was nothing there right but you know Adam Schiff dilisio albums collusion for years and there was evidence of collusion but it was the DNC and Hillary Clinton with Christopher steel and foreigners to great effect us the but go back to when this this component this impeachment part started you had Nancy Pelosi come out and say we're going to launch an impeachment inquiry and that was before the whistle blower had even come out which is complete that's right so not only did you have Adam Schiff say I never met with the whistle blower when my staff we wait a minute my staff now he says he doesn't know who it is you know he knows who it is did did Nancy Pelosi male who would who it is because she announced the inquiry right for the complaint was lodged this makes absolutely no sense unless she was involved too I keep going back until we get Adam Schiff and Nancy Pelosi under oath tell us with a new one in talk to the whistle blowing themselves this is really kind of a joke and your lawyer you watch this yeah if you ever seen anything like this it's supposed to be fair absolutely not absolutely not congressman went Europe and let me tell you something I liken it to a criminal trial I know it's not a trial however what kills me about it if you or any of the other members of the committee want to call a witness you gotta ask permission from the teacher the teacher in this case being Adam ship teacher may I call as a witness if I were in a trial tomorrow morning brand one strip and I was defending someone on a robbery charge and I had an alibi witness say the guy's mom would testify Hey he was with me when this robbery took place if you use the analogy that they're using in these hearings I would have to ask permission of the prosecutor what's this it's preposterous it really is and for that matter we're we're one just members of Congress here not the White House the White House has absolutely no chance of cross examining someone for calling your own witness in this opening animation maybe think about that you know they want to witness intimidation he just you know with him on a bit you're dead because the president tweeted something right well first of all unless she is sitting near real time getting the president's tweets I hardly think there could be any chance of it being intimidation and the only way she knows that that is because Adam Schiff decided to read it to her and you can read the entire thing he read a portion of it I may not have tweeted I may not think it's a good idea for the president to have done it but it doesn't matter per se accepted even Adam she has to actually read it to her so thrilling came intimidation in the coming from Adam Schiff you're absolutely right and but for chef reading that to her she got me through all of her testimony without this horrible intimidation I agree with you and I maybe I can say more than U. K. and doctor runs for but I don't the president doesn't help himself he really doesn't I mean yes he's right like he said he's no different anybody else she's got a first amendment right to say or tweet what he wants but it just doesn't help does that frustrate you and other members of the committee when things like that happen well just give this one more accusation from autumn shifting up to try and deal with them in the middle of the process and so and it's a certain time and you know you you will have been hair and you know you've got someone who's being accused of something and they can't defend themselves that's got to be extremely frustrating no question about it and like I said I you know I get that he does it but sometimes it's like you know if you just take a deep breath and maybe think about it if you want to worry about it later but it is what it is and you know he is who he is he's a disruptor and you know we have a knack in this country I think for picking the right president at the right time and a disruptors what we need I guess my point is he doesn't help himself all the time at the same time I mean the duly elected president I a man for me the same person but people of lactic this is not some new type of message for him to communicate this way they always done I like it a waited till after the hearing chief if you feel inclined to do anyway but lately you know but localization it is not a crime and and the answers are relieved all the time when you're in this business just like being a soldier about to catch up with him on of it she's Army Reserve Dr I got a call on a Monday in two thousand by March of two thousand five three days later I was gone for fifteen months in Iraq you know I mean this is this is what comes with test whether she was a victim or not he knew how this happens in this job and sometimes whether she's a victim or not if the chemistry is not right you make a change just like baseball teams do it yeah your call maybe was a perfectly good manager it's just you know what this is not the one in a good direction so let's make a change and and I just say that generically across the board that's what you that's what you can do you may not like it but but that is within the president's authority in the in the shelter that was on the bus interesting life stage to make a change he's got that that opportunity the other thing is with this whole thing I don't I don't understand you you tell me your opinion again as an attorney I'm curious is it wrong to want to investigate corruption no it may involves U. S. citizens and is it in if you are a candidate for office does that make you immune certainly Donald Trump was an immune from investigations that we're going to hear about probably in the next few weeks well when you came to the FBI and the and the BMC and then he was a candidate they certainly didn't lay off him no you're absolutely right I mean anything.

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"five three days" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"five three days" Discussed on WGN Radio

"A check in news which is sponsored by Lindemann chimney and fireplace here's the percentage change market morning everyone at sixty five degrees in Chicago on our way to eighty five today a new report says a Tories have prevented six mass shootings since the deadly attacks in el Paso Dayton in Gilroy California a report in the guardian says several of the alleged plots might have been involving white supremacists the six men suspected of planning attacks were allegedly targeting gays Jewish people black Americans Latinos and Muslims law enforcement in media reports say for the suspects were white men in their twenties all but one believed to be armed the head of the C. H. J. the Chicago Housing Authority stepping down after more than four years at the helm Eugene Jones junior abruptly resigned as C. E. O. yesterday without a reason Jones will officially leave his post on September twenty seventh Z. H. A. manages housing for more than sixty three thousand families in Chicago a man is charged with kidnapping a Crown Point Indiana teenager last week and holding her in another state prosecutors say Alexander curry fish torn drags sixteen year old Madison Adleman into his car near Crown Point last Friday he then drove over to a friend's house in Arkansas where he planned to hold the teen until she turned eighteen years old Madison was located does save on a Sunday crayfish turn was taken into custody he is currently being held in Arkansas pending extradition back to Indiana and those are the headline apple U. G. and sports the National League central's bit at three team race all year still as but a little bit of separation starting to creep in between second and third place the cubs beating San Francisco five three days there half game behind the first place cardinals who beat Milwaukee nine to for the brewers sixth loss in eight games drops them four games behind Saint Louis the Minnesota Twins go up by three games in the AL central with a fourteen for dropping the white Sox the twins went ahead with four hundred runs in the fifth and broke it open with a seven run eighth inning twins now have two hundred forty four home runs fifteen more than the next closest team the Yankees binding home the big league sponsored by the village of Bedford park building for the future another big night for Sox prospect Louise Robert for triple A. Charlotte he homered in the first inning agains Duramax fourth Homer in three games in a nine three victory he was two for four with a walk and he scored three runs a jury has acquitted former Michigan state basketball star Mateen cleaves of sexual assault charges and a mural of NBA legend Larry Bird has created a stir in Indianapolis a lawyer for bird is ask the murals artist to remove images of tattoos on bird's arms a spider web on a shoulder and a tattoo of two rabbits mating on his right arm let's word doesn't want to be seen as a tattooed guy the artist say she adds tattoos to her subjects so it doesn't look like it's a complete copy of a photograph so Larry Bird apparently doesn't have a tattoo of two rabbits made it on his right arm I just like hearing you say that phrase that's really funny wears two rabbits mating on his right arm not every sports gas to get to bed is true either I thought I was where I have the same thing like Hey man people are gonna think I'm covering something up that's not there well I mean but the guy I think is pretty well known you he wore a sleeveless Jersey for years and that's a good point didn't have the cat two of the two rabbits meeting on his right maybe for like really young people like millennials you know maybe they could be I don't really know Larry Bird why would you have Ted two of two rabbits maybe got arms around stop saying that please yeah in a move on I'm Dave at it WGN sports hello hi everyone it's Judy pilot the goodbye girl sponsored by good will.

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"five three days" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

11:16 min | 2 years ago

"five three days" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Here their fathers their mothers children even people has work are racing cars they even took down a statement from eyes says the people who had children at home were given access to cell phones if they needed to make arrangements for the care of their children or other dependents if the detainee once a single parent the agency says that person has been released on humanitarian grounds the main justice department official behind the trump administration's failed to push for a citizenship question on the U. S. twenty twenty census is now leaving the department NPR's Hansi low Wong reports DOJ official John gore is currently facing allegations of providing false testimony and concealing evidence about the now blocked citizenship question John gourd Ghose wrote the justice department's letter to the census bureau that formally requested a citizenship question three federal courts have not properly black that question from appearing on twenty twenty census forms the groups that shows the question allege that gore help to cover up its true origins they claim that gore failed to disclose that GOP redistricting strategist Thomas how fleur provided input on the request for a citizenship question how far concluded that adding one to the senses would politically benefit Republicans and non Hispanic white people gore has denied these allegations in a court filing versatility with course plan says he will spend time with his family while he's quote discerning next steps after the justice department on too long and pure news New York you're listening to NPR news from Washington Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the Senate will review gun proposals when members return from the summer recess in September he says the chamber needs to act following last weekend's deadly mass shootings that killed thirty one people McConnell is a strong supporter of gun rights and is skeptical of passing new laws such as those that ban assault weapons the state department is accusing the Chinese government of acting like a thug NPR's Michele Kellerman says China released personal details of a US diplomat who met pro democracy leaders in Hong Kong China has been warning US diplomats in Hong Kong just stop meeting with pro democracy activists and otherwise interfering ending complaining about U. S. actions China release private information and pictures of the U. S. diplomats family state department spokesperson margen Ortega's calls that harassment that is what a thuggish regime would do that's not how a responsible nation would would behave releasing any of that personal information of an American diplomat is completely unacceptable that's not a protest she says American diplomats meet with officials and opposition figures in every country every day Michele Kellerman NPR news the state department today is the seventy fourth anniversary of the atomic bombing of Nagasaki the U. S. dropped a second atomic bomb on the Japanese city in nineteen forty five three days earlier it had dropped an atomic weapon on her motion month killing one hundred forty thousand people the second bombing of Nagasaki killed seventy thousand people and was followed by Japan's surrender ending World War two I'm korva Coleman NPR news support for NPR comes from Sony pictures classics with made in a new film about the journey of the first ever all female sailing crew competing in the Whitbread round the world race and overcoming obstacles when many said they couldn't achieve their dream now playing and Americans for the arts it's morning edition from NPR news I'm Rachel Martin and I'm David green business leaders community members and law enforcement officials are facing some tough questions after a massive immigration rate in Mississippi almost seven hundred people were arrested by U. S. immigration and customs enforcement on Wednesday at seven different food processing facilities hundreds have since been released this was part of a coordinated operation with the US attorney's office for the Southern Southern District of Mississippi and I'm joined now by that office is top lawyer US attorney Mike Hurst a Mr Hurst thank you so much for for come on a program this morning thank you David for after I want to start with with just the latest how many people are still detained and and what conditions are they and and and what what is happening to them next yeah David so during this enforcement operation we encountered six hundred and eighty aliens and through immigration and customs enforcement processing they have they released for almost three hundred of those individuals back to the cook their communities and today I'm told that we still have about three hundred and seventy seven detained where are they well they were shipped down to immigration facility in Louisiana for processing in the administrative process and and what what kind of conditions a and right now how are they being detained well there'd be the dying light of immigration always do things illegal aliens there that made the conditions I haven't been down there but the conditions are the conditions that they normally are in and and do you expect them to be released in the same way as these other three hundred at some point like if they're just going through a process that that that would be the ultimate conclusion well the three hundred that were released within the first twenty four hours they were done for humanitarian reasons homeland security investigations set up a process where when they brought these individuals in they asked them whether they had small children home they gave them access to cell phones to call families or friends and in these situations that there were two parents they allowed one of those parents to return to the site or for the single parent they took those individuals back the sites and I have to give credit to the law enforcement officers homeland security investigations in this context went above and beyond what I've what I've ever seen them do in the sense that they took these individuals back to the site from where they were originally arrested I think I I'm glad you have children because a lot of people following the story have been very concerned and and I I want to play the voice of one one eleven year old girl her name is not delaying a Gomez Grigory Gregorio and now she was speaking to CBS news well you very very very you would do well please that ended up do you agree with those can you say with absolute confidence that that there are no children left without parents right now because of this operation well let me say before that as the father of six children it it it breaks my heart any a child is affected by other parents illegal activities and we we see this all the time as law enforcement whether be immigration or tax evasion or our bank fraud or or drug use but the laws of the laws and our job is to enforce those laws and while this this this young child's interviews heartbreaking that's what we have to do but few ritual question we act out spoke with the governor of our state of late Wednesday night I spoke with the commissioner of the state's child protective services as of late Wednesday night we were I was personally unaware of any child that was without well at least one of their parents as a result of this operation I want to play another voice hears the voice of the mayor of Jackson Mississippi mayor choke way the mamba talking to our our sister program here now yesterday about how many of these these workers got into these jobs many of these people give up their life savings to come over here because their promise and opportunity only to be you know held under the threat of being sent back after everything that they've they've worked or is it now the pleaded and so once you understand that if you do realize that yeah lawyers need to be held responsible but employers need to be held responsible we're trying to have slave labor they need to be held responsible for not offering living wages and so what we are doing our we're we're prosecuting the victim in that case do you worry that you're prosecuting the victims here no David I don't we have laws on the books and these individuals have violated those laws and to address Maryland was criticism we if you look at the history of the Southern District of Mississippi we have prosecuted owners we're prosecuted businesses we prosecuted many individuals not just the individuals who violate the immigration laws by coming to our country legally but we also have prosecuted those who harbor who encouraged to do other things to employ these individuals you can do that in this case it's an ongoing criminal investigation so I really can't get in the details of that but there are laws and like get out I would point absolutely again I would point you to the history of this office and our prosecutors is there more of this coming is this are we going to see more raids of this scale coming soon in in Mississippi and elsewhere well I can't I can't speak to operational activities but I can tell you that as long as the laws on the books we're going to enforce them are there more businesses like those that were targeted here in Mississippi that that are similar in terms of who works there and what their status maybe I can't really answer that I can tell you that that as a as a lan prosecutor before United States Attorney we did see this throughout our state and again this office has the history of prosecuting those employers for this activity hi Mike Hurst is US attorney for the Southern District of Mississippi thanks so much for your time this morning can appreciate it.

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"five three days" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"five three days" Discussed on KCRW

"Here their fathers their mothers children even people has worked on racing cars they even took down a statement from eyes says the people who had children at home were given access to cell phones if they needed to make arrangements for the care of their children or other dependents if the detainee was a single parent the agency says that person has been released on humanitarian grounds the main justice department official behind the trump administration's failed to push for a citizenship question on the U. S. twenty twenty census is now leaving the department NPR's Hansi low Wong reports DOJ official John gore is currently facing allegations of providing false testimony and concealing evidence about the now blocked citizenship question John gourd Ghose wrote the justice department's letter to the census bureau that formally requested a citizenship question three federal courts have now probably block that question from appearing on twenty twenty census forms the groups that challenge the question allege that gore help to cover up its true origins they claim that gore failed to disclose that GOP redistricting strategist Thomas how fleur provided input on the request for a citizenship question however I concluded that adding one to the senses would politically benefit Republicans and non Hispanic white people gore has denied these allegations in a court filing a person familiar with course plan says he will spend time with his family while he's quote discerning next steps after the justice department on the long and pure news New York you're listening to NPR news from Washington Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the Senate will review gun proposals when members return from the summer recess in September he says the chamber needs to act following last weekend's deadly mass shootings that killed thirty one people McConnell is a strong supporter of gun rights and is skeptical of passing new laws such as those the ban assault weapons the state department is accusing the Chinese government of acting like a thug NPR's Michele Kellerman says China released personal details of a US diplomat who met pro democracy leaders in Hong Kong China has been warning US diplomats in Hong Kong to stop meeting with pro democracy activists and otherwise interfering ending complaining about U. S. actions China release private information and pictures of a U. S. diplomats family state department spokesperson Morgan Ortega's calls that harassment that is what a thuggish regime would do that's not how a responsible nation would would behave releasing any of that personal information of an American diplomat is completely unacceptable that's not a protest she says American diplomats meet with officials and opposition figures in every country every day Michele Kellerman NPR news the state department today is the seventy fourth anniversary of the atomic bombing of Nagasaki the U. S. dropped a second atomic bomb on the Japanese city in nineteen forty five three days earlier it had dropped an atomic weapon on her Beauchemin killing one hundred forty thousand people the second bombing of Nagasaki killed seventy thousand people and was followed by Japan's surrender ending World War two I'm korva Coleman NPR news support for NPR comes from Sony pictures classics with made in a new film about the journey of the first ever all female sailing crew competing in the Whitbread round the world race and overcoming obstacles when many said they couldn't achieve their dream now playing and Americans for the arts the newest episode of not turn it's completely dark you take the headlamp off of your helmet and you're holding it in your teeth just to make sure your head can fit through the passage people in the past to have visited this cave have described the sensation of being like trapped in a coffin I'm thinking maybe this will be the trip into the cave where something snaps in my brain and it goes wrong find not turn or every listen to podcasts very good morning you're listening to KCRW we're gonna have sunshine after the burn off today our highs in the low to mid seventies at the beaches inland two ninety today right now it's sixty six degrees in downtown LA Burbank is sixty seven three of seven it's morning edition from NPR.

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"five three days" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"five three days" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Fine both barber tunnels keep bridge traffic early commute down to the capital but wait for the lanes open on the parkway ninety five and route twenty nine my check would occur with traffic and weather first we'll talk radio six eighty W. C. B. F. W. CB or weather channel forecast coming likes to start the weekend of sunny dry less humid today all the way through Saturday and Sunday as well so enjoy the weekend today's high about eighty eight pretty much the little cooler tomorrow sunny the six and Sunday sunny and eighty eight so really nice you know late summer weekend our current temperatures Dr right now at seventy five degrees in downtown Baltimore in laws be seventy two degrees I have a couple on the news at five thirty done doll pastor facing sexual assault charges historical headlines for today it is Friday August ninth two thousand nineteen and we start with our with the challenges she played Scully and the X. files actress Gillian Anderson and he was prime time former NFL star Dion Sanders being on the on the on you know safe number say Gillian a one whole issue job I don't know she's gonna be sixty something my now with that while all just go for the heck of it all go with neon Dion prime time is fifty two Gillian fifty one no tricks no sugar hill measures he's our jobs are going to go after all sixteen seventy eight American Indians sold the Bronx to Jonas Bronk for how much forty seven dollars therefore beads for hundreds four hundred beads that's it and it's a wonderful order be worth now hello knows what they're made out of nineteen forty four this spokesman becomes the mascot for forest fire prevention Loki Smokey the bear nineteen forty five three days after a little boy dropped on her ocean low fat man exploded over this Japanese city Iraq was shocking well not not not as a you know I'm not your psyche killing us with its seventy four thousand people but it's a good thing we did you know that it we we at that that end of the war the second one did because they thought we had more they they were the only two we had known right that's the reason why they made two I mean they said there where there was that discussion to go back and read the Manhattan Project all those books saying that if we only had one and there's a it's a one off so the they did too and the two worked it was good the effective strategy nineteen sixty nine this actress for the people found brutally slain in their Los Angeles home buyer and share and taking on a fuller Charles Manson group of his followers member who can name followers the were so we give her arm wasn't as she was in the CD what was as actions Susan Atkins shoes that are in this and it was one of the one I can't remember her name nineteen eighty two a federal judge in Washington the orders John Hinckley junior have been accorded of shooting president Reagan and three others by reason of insanity to go where you want to insists insane asylum mental hospital sailors bits and in Washington DC and they'd get out the I thank you a little later I have over the call in insane asylums anymore no roads one with the politically correct term is now for makers are used vehicle insane asylums mental hospitals or psychiatric wards now maybe there brain rehabilitation straddles rest tones of preseason football ravens shut off the Jaguars last night twenty nine zip large actually pretty good and making progress for surely look pretty good jokes or look good so again the look of pretty good skin started on the road against the Browns they lose thirty to ten doing Haskins their first round pick struggling through two picks he looked like a rookie last night for the for the residents and the Astros coming to town tonight for the Orioles and a lot of discussion whether or not things are stored on rival with the ball club after that Chris Davis of Brandon odd near scuffle and the dog out the other day I don't know anyone would also spills out in public a course reading.

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"five three days" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

07:42 min | 2 years ago

"five three days" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

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"five three days" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

09:05 min | 2 years ago

"five three days" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Policy in power on Bloomberg radio June Brussels it was one of those presidential debate moments kind of high drama that makes headlines for the next news cycle and beyond a clash between two front runners NBC news hosted event in Miami Sundar camel Heris sparred with former vice president Joe Biden overbite whose record when he served in Congress five three days do you agree today you were wrong to oppose blessing in America then do you agree I did not opposed busing in America what I opposed is bussing ordered by the department of education on the line with us now is Jennifer holds worth democratic strategist and senior vice president of issues management at the public relations firm M. W. W. P. R. thanks for being with us I will certainly a kennel Harris did her homework ahead of this debate she clearly had some one liners at the ready she knew the issues that she wanted to focus upon and she took sort of a prosecutorial stance did she score points with potential voters in particular with democratic primary voters yes I think she did he came very very well prepared she was the breakout star but she had to be her her campaign has been fledgling for some time she is a known commodity the US senator who's had very public rolled on several hearing if you didn't quite seem to be resonating the way that he had thought she would be early on but she completely remedy that and I think that she had a brilliant performance it was the unfortunate that it came at the expense of V. P. Biden but she did what she had to do to get her thoughts and her agenda in front of democratic primary voters and I think that you'll see that reflected in the poll I was watching as Stephen Cole bear on his life follow up show to the debate his his monologue focusing on the performance of all the candidates and win somebody like that only half jokingly says about chemical Harris Hey here's somebody who could be president you can't buy that sort of PR can you no no certainly not which is why you know a lot of folks the early debates as unimportant nobody's really paying attention yeah a lot of things are being said that wouldn't necessarily resonate in not in a general election conversation but they are important in terms of getting your name out there in terms of name recognition in terms of leading a craft and hobby class know what your plans are what your strategy is so yes it's very important when somebody like even cold air or another entertainer recognizes your effort in it is going to get people to start search for you so then is it less important for the front runners like Biden and Sanders yes it is less important because they have very very high name recognition and so being recognized by an entertainer is not generally gonna help or hurt them one way or the other I'm sort of taken aback by by that comment because I I suspect that Joe Biden in particular was hurt by those exchanges I think he was hurt by the exchange but I don't think that if an entertainer work to you know recognize him in in one way or the other that it would help or hurt his standing with the voters he's a known commodity and whether people have a positive or negative view of hands their view of is somewhat solidified right now that you is being measured by the plant he is offering the electorate and in comparison to the plan that the other candidates are offering the electorate so in terms of his personality of most folks know who Joe Biden if they know that he was a a a loyal brilliant caring by president the president Obama you know again but you like him or you get like ten you've pretty much develop your opinion on him as a public figure what we're looking for now if people decide whether or not he had a plan that they're looking for to carry us into the next administration Jennifer thanks that's Jennifer holds worth democratic strategists and senior vice president of issues management at M. W. W. E. R. you're listening to Bloomberg politics policy in power on Bloomberg radio I'm June Grasso with Bob moon today's Republican Party is identified as the party of president Donald Trump what does that mean for the party's future and the future of conservatism our guest is one of the voices of conservatism Pulitzer Prize winning columnist George will his new book is called the conservative sensibility thanks for joining us going to be with you so what is the future of conservatives in the party of Donald Trump hello Richard has much of a future as long as this is his party at which it is today more than it was really Ronald Reagan's party at this point in his presidency there's very little dissent in the party for the first time since nineteen twelve when William Howard Taft ward was teddy Roosevelt a nineteen forties when Thomas do a word with Robert half the senator though when Goldwater ward with the Rockefeller Republicans today the party is homogeneous and it is all trump all the time we hear the journalistic shorthand use for president trump supporters describing them as his conservative base is it a misnomer to suggest that trump is a conservative or that he appeals to conserve well let's see he's a he's a protectionist which means he believes in big boss the government telling the American people what they can buy and what quantities and at what prices he believes is against the free immigration even though we have an aging workforce that needs to replenish its population to support our entitlement systems he's a so called conservative president who has vowed promised not to address the most pressing problem we have a fiscally which is the entitlement programs is simpler on a unsustainable trajectory we have a Republican Senate we had until recently a Republican house we have a Republican president and yet we are going to run a trillion dollar deficit trillion dollar deficit time of more than full employment and during robust economic growth which means that the next recession when it starts might start with the trillion dollar deficit that is going to be very interesting and that is not a description of a conservative behavior I want to get your reaction to a question the president was asked by a New York times reporter Peter Baker whether he agreed with Vladimir Putin about the decline of western liberalism in a press conference and he he seemed to confuse that with west coast liberals he didn't seem to understand any start talking about liberals running LA and San Francisco what does that tell you about his understanding well it is people have made much of the fact that in my book the name Donald Trump does not appear in to which I say neither does the name of Doris Day or this is a book about ideas and the president doesn't traffic and ideas what is saying is that but with the way cute muses liberalism he means classic small government limited government rights bearing an individualist liberalism order as I argue in my book American conservatism is the natural legacy of this great tradition that springs from John Locke's Sir Thomas Jefferson and James Madison so when viewed declares war on classic liberalism he's declaring war on American conservatism I wonder in your eyes do we have any true conservatives left in Congress these days given the changes to the Republican Party I think we do I think you you see that in the push back from senator Portman of Ohio and senator Toomey of Pennsylvania and senator Ben Sasse of Nebraska you see them defending the essence of our constitutional architecture the essence of our conservative constitutionalism in the separation of powers the desire to claw back from presidents plural they've all joined it now the powers that be improvident late been divested from Congress and given the president's congresses of both parties are guilty of this presidents of both parties have received it and there is a conservative movement afoot to begin to claw back some of these powers we shall see what happens thank you so much for joining us that's George well in his new book is called the conservative sensibility that wraps up this week's show for more government and national affairs news from Bloomberg visit be gov dot com you can also find political news analysis and commentary at Bloomberg politics dot com I'm June Grasso I'm Bob moon this is Bloomberg.

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"five three days" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"He believes in the corruption that he's brought to Washington DC and that is what we have to change five three days do you agree today that you were wrong to oppose busing in America do you agree I did not what I propose is busting ordered by the department of education that's why I oppose so there you go just part of it for myself all right what we got out of it at least from our point of view no idea what somebody alive got out of it is that healthcare is a right college education of your choice is a right a good paying job is a right and not having more than one job is a right right also well we learned that all of the democratic candidates on stage last night wish to decriminalize crossing the border illegally so it is not a legal and now they're down to the point of just a traffic ticket if you get caught here illegally I and as I think most people understand this is their evolution towards open borders yeah and the other thing is they all were in favor of health care free health care for illegal immigrants in this country so plenty of ammunition given to the trumpet but trump administration should at the trump campaign for twenty twenty if they if they wish to use it and use it effectively obviously from the campaign trump's campaign manager in his tweets over the last couple of nights he knows where the Democrats are weak can they effectively market that's what it comes down to it and jam point stay on point don't engage point right back to the opposition every time they're looking at open borders it's all about open borders for them and we cannot have open borders I'm looking to secure the borders and then ended that's it that's all you have to say but start with they want open borders they want open borders keep saying that because it's true right and our points always been make them prove you wrong right I'm not for open borders then tell me specifically not in a generality not that she would take care of people what would your plan B. to enforce the border right if we hypothetically gave legal status to every illegal immigrant in the country today do we stop illegal immigration or are you saying that we should still continue to decriminalize at work everyone can stay in the United States free will you ever deport anyone who is illegally in this country well if they committed a crime not not not a crime it will we have a policy that you must be in this country legally and I don't think that if you break it down that they would answer yes any of them well I think overwork would because he's changed positions on it all works for open borders she's trying to I don't know if his campaign has thought well okay maybe if we don't or if we decide not to be an open I mean he's done after the other night anyway yeah it's over but he was he was chastised Castro one that one of the democratic debate yeah get it done your homework here cast Castro call you don't somebody for not think about this is why you know will work dad he really had no response to holy on Castro who was completely clueless as to how anything runs in the world well I think it is I think was over when Rachel Maddow identified fully on Castro as the only Latino on the stage because keep in mind the left has been essentially branding Robert Francis Rourke has a Latino the whole batch thing was about yeah he is in grained in the Latino could when he was a rock star that was important he's no longer the rock star Rachel Maddow went straight to it as the only Latino on stage only on Castro and then ask the question when you get owned by Julia I'm Kastro you're done yeah your cook I'm sorry yeah yeah it is a it is over so trump campaign you've got plenty of ammunition now it is very so use against a Democrat I was and by the way it's going to get more it's gonna get worse for the Democrats just keep saying that they want open borders they want open borders they want open borders we want to secure the borders yeah we we want we want to take care of the children of the borders we want a we won a we we want an asylum program that works that is that a shores of people who legitimately need asylum in the United States get it and those who are trying to fraudulent get in the United States do not and we wish to secure our borders so as the president has said so we can increase now there are some people who may disagree with this the president has said this so that we may increase legal immigration of those who can help this country succeed I'm almost paraphrasing the president I'm I'm not quoting him but I'm pear paraphrasing him accurately right you win on that message yes you do you went on that message every time you cannot lose on that message and you don't have to engage you repeated every time repeated every time yeah just same thing doesn't matter what the question is and how it's phrased from any moderator or interviewer you repeat what we what was just said what we have been saying for a long time and how it could not be any the talking points if you want to call on that it's it's not talking points it's the truth it's the truth well you do what you do at eight you do what Hillary did I don't people might have forgot example you tell the truth and every time every time that hill and and by the way Obama did the same thing Hillary Obama sort of the same thing whenever the rest how would you improve the economy well we improve the economy with investments in education and infrastructure remember that yeah it was the same answer all the time but it's that's it's B. yes right but you give a legit answer that's the same answer every time and covers everything right so what do you think about the children we should take care of the children here we should take care of the children of course and that's what that's what our goal always has been and that's what we will continue to to to do we have had a acceleration of illegal immigrants and my grand caravan's crossing the border because of the court challenges and the fact that the Democrats will not respond we wish to process anybody who has a legit asylum lame into the United States in order for their protection from a country that oppresses them but we don't want people who are coming in using false pretenses right we need more judges in order to do that and so we wish to accelerate that right on illegal immigrants in this country we only want people that are here legally we want people who are legally we wish to enforce the border that we have that's the law of the United States I am an foreseen what the current law of the United States is the Democrats they want open borders it's simple I don't and the law of the land does not dictate open borders that's what the Democrats want and then if the commentator as they will we'll take the defense of the Democrat side correct yeah well they don't stay there for open borders I would simply ask you this one question if they're not fully open borders what are they for tell me precisely how they would enforce the border George Stephanopoulos I think you should ask that question I know you're a Democrat and I know you're loyal Democrat I know you're up eight eight Democrat activist acting as a journalist I think you and to prove it and no I'm not okay then fine then you prove it and you asked this question to them you asked them precisely how they would enforce the borders not the generalities of they gave it both debates but specifically how they will enforce the border will they allow illegal immigrants in this country once we have solved every other problem they can answer yes to that question George you're fully open borders no Mister Pratt George your full open borders yeah way back in their faces make them prove that they're not and they can't decriminalization of crossing the border then that's what you support that's what your support that's where we just why are we not having the adult discussion here we are it's the first set of debates part one part two of the first set of debates and they were all pledging to support open borders on the stage just hours ago I think trump campaign manager was like Banja Seinfeld crackled this is gold well as gold Donnie gold places gold here's the here's the problem with where the where they are now and what they have to do to ramp it up at some point now that they've done this if they did this in the first debate when I don't know how many of them by the end of the year will have dropped out and be gone they have to wrap it up to get more attention at some point they have to say open borders you know I I need to make this now this is my impression I didn't see anybody say that he did a great job and I think the police situation in south bend is hurt him but remember how but a judge was anointed as this is the guy he he is the spirit of intelligence of the Democratic Party in I he is allowed as far as I'm concerned yesterday there were there was nothing big that came from him right camel Heris really made the most noise right he didn't come across as the intellect could separate himself from the rest of the bunch which was he was which he was a knowing did when he started running member who was on the view and all the different either well you're you're you're you're the guy that's thoughtful you're the guy who's intelligent I didn't happen last night Biden doesn't clearly doesn't know how to appeal to the far left no he does not observe Asian well well because the question was the other night that we had where do you go do you fake it not with words like the NRA isn't the enemy as he said last night you can't do that now the NRA has to be the enemy if you're a Democrat you know the whole thing with the giving President Bush back then the power the authorization to go to war in Iraq he defended that and there's a list and camel Heris call them out not good was it because if there's no way to okay on gun control he didn't have to do anything he never had the mention the NRA no he didn't so he's clueless on how to appeal to the far left he doesn't know even how to fake it if you want to say gun control we're gonna take the most dangerous are forget who was what we were going to take the most dangerous weapons off the off the planet or or off the out of the hands of the most dangerous people swallows yeah okay then you you can say anything and everything you want about gun grabbing but when you cross the line and say the NRA isn't the enemy on a stage of activists politicians you're done you can say that as a Democrat eight.

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"five three days" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Leadership we were a president who doesn't believe in the rule of law he doesn't believe in freedom of the court press he doesn't believe in independent judiciary he believes in the corruption that he's brought to Washington DC and that is what we have to change five three days do you agree today that you were wrong to oppose blessing in America do you agree I did not photos Boston in America when I opposed is busting ordered by the department of education that's why I oppose so there you go just part of it from last night not right I what we got out of it at least from our point of view no idea what somebody alive got out of it is that healthcare is a right college education of your choices are right a good paying job is a right and not having more than one job is a right right also well we've learned that all of the democratic candidates on stage last night wish to decriminalize crossing the border illegally so it is not a legal and now they're down to the point of just a traffic ticket if you get caught here illegally I and as I think most people understand this is their evolution towards open borders yeah and the other thing I'd say all were in favor of health care free health care for illegal immigrants in this country so plenty of ammunition given to the trumpet trump administration should be the trump campaign for twenty twenty if they if they wish to use it and use it effectively obviously from the campaign trump's campaign manager in his tweets over the last couple of nights he knows where the Democrats are weak can they effectively market that's what it comes down to it and jam point stay on point don't engage point right back to the opposition every time they're looking at open borders it's all about open borders for them and we cannot have open borders I'm looking to secure the borders and then end it that's it that's all you have to say but start with they want open borders they want open borders keep saying that because it's true right and our points always been make them prove you wrong right I'm not for open borders then tell me specifically not in a generality not that she would take care of people what would your plan B. to enforce the border right if we hypothetically gave legal status to every illegal immigrant in the country today do we stop illegal immigration or are you saying that we should still continue to decriminalize it work everyone can stay in the United States free will you ever deport anyone who is illegally in this country well if they committed a crime not not not a crime it will we have a policy that you must be in this country legally and I don't think that if you break it down that they would answer yes any of that well I think overwork would because he has changed positions on it all works for open borders she's trying to I don't know if his campaign has thought well okay maybe if we don't if we decide not to be an open room I mean he's done after the other night anyway yeah yeah it's over but he it was it was chastised Castro one that one of the democratic debate yeah you haven't done your homework here cast Castro Coley not somebody for not think about this is why you know will work dad he really had no response Julian Castro who was completely clueless as to how anything runs in the world well I think and I think was over when Rachel Maddow identified fully on Castro as the only Latino on the stage because keep in mind the left has been essentially branding Robert Francis Rourke has a Latino the whole better thing was about yeah he is ingrained in the Latino kid when he was a rock star that was important he's no longer the rock star Rachel Maddow went straight to it as the only Latino on stage well we on Castro and then ask the question when you get owned by Julia I'm Kastro you're done yeah you're cooked I'm sorry yeah yeah it is a it is over so trump campaign you've got plenty of ammunition now it is very so use against a Democrat I was and by the way it's going to get more it's gonna get worse for the Democrats just keep saying that they want open borders they want open borders they want open borders we want to secure the borders yep we we want we want to take care of the children of the borders we want a we won a we we want an asylum program that works that is that a shores of people who legitimately need asylum in the United States get it and those who are trying to fragile to get in the United States do not and we wish to secure our borders so as the president has said so we can increase now there are some people who may disagree with this the president has said this so that we may increase legal immigration of those who can help this country succeed I'm almost paraphrasing the president I'm I'm not quoting him but I'm pear paraphrasing him accurately right you win on that message yes you do you went on that message every time you cannot lose on that message and you don't have to engage you repeated every time repeated every time yeah just same thing doesn't matter what the question is and how it's phrased from any moderator or interviewer you repeat what we what was just said what we have been saying for a long time and how it could not be any the talking points if you want to call on that it's it's not talking points it's the truth it's the truth what you do what you do at eight you do what Hillary did I don't people might have forgot except you tell the truth right every time every time that him and and by the way vomited the same thing Hillary Obama sort of the same thing whenever they were asked how would you improve the economy what we improve the economy with investments in education and infrastructure remember that yeah it was the same answer all the time but it's that's it's B. yes right but you give a legit answer that's the same answer every time and covers everything right so what do you think about the children we should take care of the children here we should take care of the children of course and that's what that's what our goal always has been and that's what we will continue to what to do we have had a acceleration of illegal immigrants and migrant caravans crossing the border because of the court challenges and the fact that the Democrats will not respond we wish to process anybody who has a legit asylum lame into the United States in order for their protection from a country that oppresses them but we don't want people who are coming in using of false pretenses right we need more judges in order to do that and so we wish to accelerate that right on illegal immigrants in this country we only want people that are here legally we want people who are legally we wish to enforce the border that we have that's the law of the United States I am an foreseen what the current law of the United States is the Democrats they want open borders it's simple I don't and the law of the land does not dictate open borders that's what the Democrats want and then if the commentator as they will we'll take the defense of the Democrat side correct yep well they don't stay there for open borders I would simply ask him this one question if they're not for open borders what are they for tell me precisely how they would enforce the border George Stephanopoulos I think you should ask that question I know you're a Democrat and I know you're loyal Democrat I know you're up eight eight Democrat activist acting as a journalist I think you and to prove it and no I'm not okay then fine then you prove it and you ask this question to them you asked them precisely how they would enforce the borders not the generalities that they gave it both debates but specifically how they will enforce the border will they allow illegal immigrants in this country once we have solved every other problem they can answer yes to that question of George you're fully open borders no Mister Pratt George you're fully open borders yeah right back in their faces make them pull that they're not and they can't decriminalization of crossing the border then that's what you support what your support why are we just why are we not having the adult discussion here we are it's the first set of debates part one part two of the first set of debates and they were all pledging to support open borders on the stage just hours ago I think trump's campaign manager was like Banja Seinfeld grow old this is gold well as gold Donnie gold places gold here's the here's the problem with where where they are now and what they have to do to ramp it up at some point now that they've done this if they did this in the first debate when I don't know how many of them by the end of the year will have dropped out and be gone they have to ramp up to get more attention at some point they have to say open borders you know I I need to make this now this is my impression I didn't see anybody say that he did a great job and I think the police situation in south bend is hurt him but remember how but a judge was anointed as this is the guy he he is the spirit of intelligence of the Democrat party can I he this allowed as far as I'm concerned yesterday there were there was nothing big that came from him right camel Heris really made the most noise right he didn't come across as the intellect we could separate himself from the rest of the bunch which was he was which he was a knowing did when he started running member who was on the view and all the different either well you're you're you're you're the guy that's thoughtful you're the guy who's intelligent I didn't happen last night Biden doesn't clearly doesn't know how to appeal to the far left no he does the soul king observation well here's well because the question was the other night that we had where do you go do you fake it not with words like the NRA isn't the enemy as he said last night can't do that now the NRA has to be the enemy of your Democrats you know the whole thing with the giving.

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09:05 min | 2 years ago

"five three days" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Policy in power on Bloomberg radio June Grasso it was one of those presidential debate moments kind of high drama that makes headlines for the next news cycle and beyond a clash between two front runners NBC news of for the vent in Miami Sundar camel Heris sparred with former vice president Joe Biden overbite whose record when he served in Congress five three days do you agree to the day you were wrong to oppose blessing in America then do you agree I did not oppose Boston in America what I opposed is bussing ordered by the department of education on the line with us now is Jennifer Holdsworth democratic strategist and senior vice president of issues management at the public relations firm M. W. W. P. R. thanks for being with us I will certainly a kennel Harris did her homework ahead of this debate she clearly had some one liners at the ready she knew the issues that she wanted to focus upon and she took sort of a prosecutorial stance did she score points with potential voters in particular with democratic primary voters yes I think she dead sea came very very well prepared she was the breakout star but she had to be her her campaign has been fledgling for some time he is a known commodity she the U. S. senator who's had very public role on several hearing if you didn't quite seem to be resonating the way that he can't thought she would be early on but she completely remedy that and I think that she had a brilliant performance it was unfortunate that it came at the expense of VP Biden but she did what she had to do to get her thoughts and her agenda in front of democratic primary voters and I think that you'll see that reflected in the poll I was watching as Stephen Cole bear on his life follow up show to the debate his his monologue focusing on the performance of all the candidates and win somebody like that only half jokingly says about chemical Harris Hey here's somebody who could be president you can't buy that sort of PR can you no no certainly not which is why you know a lot of folks the early debates as unimportant nobody's really paying attention yeah a lot of things are being said that wouldn't necessarily resonate in not in a general election conversation but they are important in terms of getting your name out there in terms of name recognition in terms of leading a craft and hobby class know what your plans are what your strategy is so yes it's very important when somebody like even cold air or another entertainer recognizes your effort in it is going to get people to start just search for you so then is it less important for the front runners like Biden and Sanders yes it is less important because they have very very high name recognition and so being recognized by an entertainer is not generally going to help or hurt them one way or the other I'm sort of taken aback by by that comment because I I suspect that Joe Biden in particular was hurt by those exchanges I think he was hurt by the exchange but I don't think that if an entertainer work to you know recognize him in in one way or the other that it would help or hurt his standing with the voters he's a known commodity and whether people have the positive or negative view of him their view is is somewhat solidified right now that you is being measured by the plant he is offering the electorate and in comparison to the plan that the other candidates are offering the electorate so in terms of his personality of most folks know who Joe Biden is they know that he was a a a loyal brilliant caring by president the president Obama you again but you like him or you dislike him you've pretty much develop your opinion on him as a public figure what we're looking for now if people decide whether or not he had a plan that they're looking for to carry us into the next administration Jennifer thanks that's Jennifer holds worth democratic strategists and senior vice president of issues management at mmhm W. W. E. R. you're listening to Bloomberg politics policy and power on Bloomberg radio I'm June Grasso with Bob moon today's Republican Party is identified as the party president Donald Trump what does that mean for the party's future and the future of conservatism our guest is one of the voices of conservatism Pulitzer Prize winning columnist George will his new book is called the conservative sensibility thanks for joining us to be with you so what is the future of conservatives in the party of Donald Trump hello Richard has much of a future as long as this is his party at which it is today more than it was really Ronald Reagan's party at this point in his presidency this very little dissent in the party for the first time since nineteen twelve when William Howard Taft Ford was teddy Roosevelt a nineteen forties when Thomas do a ward with Robert half the senator Goldwater ward with the Rockefeller Republicans today the party is homogeneous and it is all trump all the time we hear the journalistic shorthand use for president trump supporters describing them as his conservative base is it a misnomer to suggest that trump is a conservative or that he appeals to conserve well let's see he's a he's a protectionist which means he believes in big bossy government telling the American people what they can buy and what quantities and at what prices he believes he's against the free immigration even though we have an aging workforce that needs to replenish its population to support our entitlement systems he's a so called conservative president who has vowed promised not to address the most pressing problem we have a fiscally which is the entitlement programs is simpler on unsustainable trajectory we have a Republican Senate we had until recently a Republican house we have a Republican president and yet we are going to run a trillion dollar deficit trillion dollar deficit time of more than full employment and during robust economic growth which means that the next recession when it starts might start with the trillion dollar deficit that is going to be very interesting and that is not a description of a conservative behavior I want to get your reaction to a question the president was asked by New York times reporter Peter Baker whether he agreed with Vladimir Putin about the decline of western liberalism in a press conference any he seemed to confuse that with west coast liberals he didn't seem to understand any start talking about liberals running LA and San Francisco what does that tell you about his understanding well it is people have made much of the fact that in my book the name Donald Trump does not appear and to which I say neither is the name of Doris Day or this is a book about ideas and the president doesn't traffic and ideas what people are saying is that but with the way cute muses liberalism he means classic small government limited government rights bearing an individualist liberalism as I argue in my book American conservatism is the natural legatee of this great tradition that springs from John Locke Sir Thomas Jefferson and James Madison so when viewed declares war on classic liberalism he's declared war on American conservatism I wonder in your eyes do we have any true conservatives left in Congress these days given the changes to the Republican Party I think we do I think you you see that in the push back from senator Portman of Ohio and senator Toomey of Pennsylvania and senator Ben Sasse of Nebraska you see them defending the essence of our constitutional architecture the essence of our conservative constitutionalism in the separation of powers the desire to claw back from presidents plural they've all joined it now the powers that have been provident lay been divested from Congress and given the president's congresses of both parties are guilty of this presidents of both parties have received it and there is a conservative movement afoot to begin to claw back some of these powers we shall see what happens thank you so much for joining us that's George well in his new book is called the conservative sensibility that wraps up this week's show for more government and national affairs news from Bloomberg visit be gov dot com you can also find political news analysis and commentary at Bloomberg politics dot com I'm June Grasso I'm Bob moon this.

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"five three days" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"He was the worst conversation starter. Nice weather. We're having it's been raining for four days. Yeah. Until he started listening to WBZ NewsRadio ovoid. Storrow drive on the way, home left lane work crew thanksgiving. Now, he's always got something to say, Jim. What's new well, the Dow is up there's a cold front moving in from Canada, mayor Lawson veiled his agenda because he listened. Austin NewsRadio roughly ten thousand already. He realized this may be the most important weather forecast history. Prediction about the weather. Yeah. Prediction, I predict that. It's. It is currently thirty two degrees out. The see. I'm good. Today, we have a high of forty three abundant sunshine sunshine, but forty is not that warm, but it's gonna feel warm when you're in the sun, then as soon as a shadow it's freezing feeling. Tonight. It gets down twenty five in some suburbs. There's day nicer in terms of temperature fifty three. Remains a chilly day on the Cape. Gusty breeze developing. And sunshine mixing with afternoon class high fifty three except on the Cape, which is cool. And then we get into the weekend. Friday, Saturday Sunday, I'm very optimistic. I have a three day weekend. You know what? It took five days instead of going on a trip. A busted it up into five three day we five three day weekends. So far. I'm liking that. I'll talk to you about that in a little while see Wayne and Kingston's on the line. I know what.

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The Empty Bowl

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"five three days" Discussed on The Empty Bowl

"It brighter news Syria wise this week. We've got the subsiding. It looked the shot that I saw like it was in stores was not in stories yet is peeps cereal. You know, it actually is in stores now really you can find it. Yeah. It's been spotted at target. I think almost exclusively at this point. I think it will come elsewhere. But that's probably your I bet to look if you want to find peop- cereal now, this was another serial that we had heard rumors of like months ago because we found some snack food sort of researchers scientists very elite corps found a product listing for Kellogg's cereal. Peeps. So there was really a battle of semantics back, then what was more likely AP flavored Kellogg, cereal or Kellogg, cereal flavored peeps. Because peeps has done all kinds of crazy varieties before you could totally see them doing like a cocoa Krispies fruit. But then we got this early blurry confirmation of the box. And then finally the real thing here today, it looks kinda dislike selectively hued for lives with marshmallows. But it's the description that really gets me because on the box. They're not even sort of subtle about saying, this is a marshmallow flavored cereal with marshmallows. It's just sort of. I don't know. There were done. See of this weakness is really it's perfect for peeps. Because that's kind of a candy that feel a lot of people have a complicated relationship with. It's very divisive. It can sort of strike fear into the people who really hate that sort of like glittery chewy texture. I don't know how you feel about peeps. I like peeps. Personally in moderation. I think what they're going to have to get is that I think you're right to make it a peep cereal. I think you're gonna have to get some of that granulated sugar texture in there. I think that is such a big part of the of the peeps experience. I feel like you. I feel like using classic mar bits is not gonna cut it. Because I think the experience is going to be too close to eating extremely stale. Peeps now, slightly stale. Peeps. Very good. Extremely good. How long recommend sort of barely aging your peeps for five five three days. Open three day three days open. If you go too far give up, but I think usually three days open. They get a nice chew to them. And it's a whole it's a whole sorta it's much more adult. With a fine Patino. Exactly. So the marveling. It's really nice. Yes. So this is another serial that I feel like kind of the opposite of chicken in waffles, and it's really not gonna have much without some sort of beverage added to it. And last year, they had they released peeps flavored milk, but nobody has spotted at yet this year, which feels like sort of a horrible missed opportunity because instead they released peeps. Coffee Creamer this year, which just really feels like a slap in the face to put those two things. So Jason Lee close to each other yet. No one would recommend that you do it. Maybe next year. We will get sort of a hard liqueur to amp up even deeper. A lot of those big January cereals that. We've been waiting on have been showing up at the doorstep, and we have a bus to talk about cer- not gonna spend too much time on any single one. But I would love to start with. I'm gonna go ahead and call it right now, I think at this point. And so this isn't saying because it's so early, but I'm gonna go ahead and call so far powdered doughnuts. Doughnuts cereal. My favorite cereal twenty nineteen so far it's crazy that you say that because I'm a hundred percent in the same boat. So these were to hostess brands neck, Kate cereals that came from post recently, as well who has really been on a tear, creating these crazy cereals, and obviously it's kind of hit or miss with woodlands in terms of the become common limit of sanity. But so we were kinda surprised they didn't choose twinkies. Cupcakes as their snack cakes because instead they chose Honey bun and powdered Donut cereal now. Honey bun. I I don't know if you've tried that one..

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"five three days" Discussed on The mindbodygreen Podcast

The mindbodygreen Podcast

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"five three days" Discussed on The mindbodygreen Podcast

"So you brought up a couple of times the concept of testing and PG s I believe is how it's referred to in our -bility to get a little bit more information around the embryo before is implanted. Can you talk a little bit about what it is? And what's the future of it? So within vitro, so I be off extract fertilized with sperm make an embryo, historically tradit-. Title IV off you adjust implant the embryo, we say fresh like five three days or five days after the extraction. So there's a lot. Now, you hear people testing, and so you can test the embryo for a genetic disease. So we call single, gene disorders. So if you know, you potentially carry an autosomal dominant, these great fifty fifty chance of passing it along you can test an embryo for that or more commonly autosomal recessive diseases that we're testing for so cystic fibrosis, for example, most common autosomal recessive disorder about one in forty are carriers. So if you and your partner or the sperm source usually are screened, you know, you test, and if you're found to both be carriers of the same genetic disorder. And it's something serious. You may be counseled to test your embryo ahead at times, he can screen embryos for genetic disorder too. It's oh, you know. Sometimes we see those individuals come in. And they they are maybe not necessarily infertile, but they want to screen it. Brielle had a time. And then but more commonly people are screening their embryos for chromosomes. So the most common reason that women are not getting pregnant I would say probably overall in general in particular as they get older is that the egg that fertilized has extra chromosomes are missing chromosomes. So you can you know, sort of most e sort of when we talk about age age age age of the female mean we talked a little bit about number and Amy, but it's really more the ability of that eg to successfully fertilise right half the chromosomes come from the egg and half comes on the sperm. So so when we talk a lot about screening embryos, we really are talking about the chromosomes, right? You know, we said like the sperm sort of like considered like not the culprit, but we are learning a lot more actually that sperm Ken. You know impact, you know, can provide the wrong number of chromosomes as well a truck just all the eggs. So definitely in men. You know, as they age is well, the sperm can can, you know, the quality or health of that sperm can can be diminished. It's just typically the rate of decline in the sperm is not as quick or rapid as as with the at gotta so when we talk about testing embryos, we really are talking about chromosomal screening. And so that is going to lower your miscarriage rate because the most common reason that women miscarry is just wasn't the right chromosomes. Right. So we do have that technology. I I would say just keeps getting better and better in terms of more and more refined. You know, what we can do in an embryo just keeps getting more specific? And you brought up men who are not as involved in this conversation somewhat for obvious reasons. Sometimes not as much as they try what's going on with male infertility..

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"five three days" Discussed on Manage Your Damn Money: The Podcast

Manage Your Damn Money: The Podcast

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"five three days" Discussed on Manage Your Damn Money: The Podcast

"Okay so real quickly you you're kinda i'm still relatively early in two thousand eight in blog sphere world did you think it was something i was gonna last when you first started we had no plan we had no idea we were doing i mean we just like hey let's do it all right cool it was really that that's something there was no real strategy or plan the only plan that we did have was that we were going to update every day and like midnight that was the only that was our only strategy literally putting out a piece every day he would take a week and i would take a week that he would take a week than i was weak so yeah every every right basically five three days and then we alter so when did you gas kinda get the feeling though that it was clicking because like you said you've been doing it for a while you put it out there you saw it stuck but when did you actually realize like folks take me seriously when we drop the book really win everything changed the book dropped in two thousand eleven and right after that like we ended up in we ended up all his major publications we ended up on bet we were in washington post for the first time we were like we ended up getting profiled in all these places i think that's when we realized okay maybe we have something here that we can actually do something with we didn't see it ending where it is now that was never really where we thought we were going with what we did decide to level up at some point say all right.

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"five three days" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"five three days" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"I don't know man i really was like you don't have to wait listening i get so excited about goes silent itself and it's just like every time i could we're going to go silent what's going to happen and nothing happens i'm just like this is a dad but now we still have a lot of play here so maybe maybe it'll pick up i hope it does okay well since we're talking about ghost island let me play you a question from eddie who wants to ask you about ghost island what was that stephanie ghost island seen i mean with everything she was saying the music it all played like a antidepressant commercial deuces deuces because noble okay bye kris noble i'll tell you that kids growing up though crystal we'll talk about him so why is everybody getting so emotional on ghost island you're talking to the right guy because i've been tweeting out about this i everybody's crying and everyone laughs at me and says you know but everybody is we're not even fourteen fourteen days in and they're crying like crazy and you know you know some of them have been there's been a few touching moments but everyone that goes to go sound stats on there is out i don't know what it is there's tons of race there this tons of food biz there's a snorkel you can go get fish if you want this fire this fight wouldn't have five three days on on genyk speech like this you get fire obediently so what is why are we so sad we go there what what is bringing out these emotions and everyone i don't get it you get it rough and it's a lot of emotions about just thinking about their lives to this point i but i don't know man i just i just to me it's a little too much i don't know that's just me i don't understand why the cry like if you've been to place in this fire and food when you're living survivor.

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