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"fourteen election" Discussed on The J.R. Hoeft Show
"Amazon whatever you're on every streaming service over eighty percent of americans now have some form of streaming service that they use or subscribe to sommese that's a new revolution and so it's a more competitive landscape along with that trust level. So but but that's how we seek to break through it to be a trusted community source of information on these issues and the folks on the left who want their government more taxes more spending. They have a much bigger deeper. More robust community organizations. You and i talked about that for so. Many organizations community organizers brought. Barack obama was famously a community organizer. I think on the free market or individual freedom side. We're way behind there and so we need more organizations. We need more grassroots strength in communities for example like your podcast and and others that that give a trusted voice to the people that you connect with. So we're hoping to see more of that. When i think about the partisan shifts i'm not going to be disingenuous. Republicans are far more natural allies obviously on economic issues. No question about that. At the same time this bipartisan trillion dollar boondoggle that nineteen of the of the senator republicans disappointed as a good example of. How if if our approach is simply support the team the republican with a red team. You'd simply going to be a part you're going to be hard in a coalition and that's not what we want to be at americans for prosperity. We genuinely want to support people in office in help them to do what's best for freedom and prosperity in this country so yes often most of the time ends up especially on the federal level being with republicans however we very much have to hold republicans accountable when when they do the wrong thing like these nineteen senators. Just did i think about obamacare jim. It passed in ten. We fought that so many are on the movement. Did republicans promised us that. They were going to repeal obamacare for six years through the two thousand ten election twelve election. Fourteen election sixteen election. That was a promise. And they had all three branches president house centers. and they didn't do it and that was a good reminder for us that hey it's not enough to pick apart teams. Even if that. If one team we agree with more it's better looking at individuals and so we really work to do that. having said that i want to make sure i share the full story i mean the federal level it was republicans who passed the tax reform of two thousand seventeen. Which i believe was the greatest single. Well it was one of the two greatest up boost to give us this economic renaissance. We've seen over the trump years and not a single democrat joint and shame on them for that. Republicans did it and they deserve the credit and we help them and support them and praised them. Secondly i think about the judges you know the last four years under trump's he nominated in the senate confirmed more judges than eighty four year period. American history that's amazing accomplishment. Three supreme court justices so when i criticize republicans i i want to be really fair. Also say hey..
"fourteen election" Discussed on Rush Limbaugh Morning Update
"Drive. The most versatile mini ever at the mini. Summer of dr event. Reuters is reporting that thousands of voters are facing big problems in kansas. They're in limbo. Their voting privileges have been suspended until they can prove that they're citizens now. This requirements been in place in kansas for three years but reuters decided illustrate how unfair it is. So they showcase the plight of thirty-seven-year-old hotel manager. The guy moves from state to state due to his job. After arriving in kansas he went to the motor vehicle department driver's license and registered to vote. And then he was shocked when he was not on the voter rolls for the two thousand. Fourteen election to poor guy didn't know that he had to prove citizenship now. According to a writers analysis three groups are hardest hit by the law young voters because they don't have access to documents needed to provide citizenship. The unaffiliated whatever the hell that is and democrats supposedly the other two hardest hit groups in the republican-controlled state. I guess republicans know the secret password to get the right documents and they're not sharing it. Is that it now. This law has been challenged in court but has managed to survive. Now this upsets a guy named pratt wiley. Who's the director of voter expansion for the dnc wildly says that voting rules like photo. Id laws have expanded in republican states. But the one that gets him. Most nervous is the citizenship requirement in kansas mr pratt why would a citizenship requirement. Make you democrats so nervous. What in the world is there to be nervous about about citizenship..
"fourteen election" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"The twenty seventeen after action report followed even more devastating results a clean republican sweep of holding the house while trump won the presidency and republicans retain the senate. This time around president biden won by seven point. One million votes and democrats gained three seats declared the senate majority while democrats lost eleven seats in the house on election day. Two thousand twenty and speaker. Pelosi barely clings to the majority maloney. The new democrat or the democratic congressional campaign committee worked with senior staff to analyze six hundred polls in house races last year matched up against voter files from the november election and other state and local data the fifty two page powerpoint report which baloney presented to the caucus during the tuesday evening. Call splits the difference on the key question of whether democrats just had a bad polling badge into the turn away voters baloney laid out. How democrats simply underestimated the number of hardcore trump voters and with more trump voters in the voting booth the republicans attack against the defunding. The police movement proved more potent than democrats ever anticipated. The lies and distortions about defunding socialism carried punch but the republicans think it got them over a ten foot wall. When trump's turnout gave them a seven foot ladder baloney said before november. The party had won the popular vote in the presidential contest at also gained seats in the house in thirteen of the last fourteen elections which fueled expectations for democrats instead after those losses. Democrats started a fierce internal debate about whether some of the liberal stars inside their caucus who've embraced labels such as democratic socialism. Tagged other incumbents in swing districts with an unpopular brand threading. The needle maloney's deep. Dive had to both review past mistakes while helping. Prepare the fast approaching. Midterm elections polling missed the trump surge at the very end. Okay here's the thing that you need to understand here is that sean maloney can't really speak the truth to the democrats more. This is where the promise you find. In communist countries. People can't really speak the truth to power because they'll wind up in the gulag here. Come sean malania can't really say yeah. You're you're fund. The police socialist rhetoric was bad. He's gonna say well the polls were wrong. Misunderstood the trump's support out there and and and that nearly got them where they are but it didn't take back the majority and that's why when you know and i know in every single democrat who has any sort of common sense knows including most of the democrats who lost that in fact the democrats and their defunding police nonsense and bring on socialism. Nonsense spooked a whole lot of people who didn't like donald trump so they voted democrat for president in down. Ballot voted republican. And if you understand the election was stolen you can process that clearly in sean maloney knows it. It had to dance around that fact lest he get cancelled by his own caucus because socialist and authoritarians don't like people speaking truth to power and the democratic party is increasingly authoritarian. Party of whoops who wanna cancel you if you say something. They don't like now on the police defined different. Let's go to johnny caller for making johnny. Welcome to the program. How you doing good her you i. I'm doing fine. I'm police officer here in in making. I just don't see the hate and racist attitudes that we keep hearing about every day in the news and the median also believe that the democrats won't be fun all the police departments go. They want to enact a national police force against him down that in the forties..
"fourteen election" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"We asked them now. Videotape themselves on the job like pretty much any other profession. We allow armchair quarterbacks to nitpick those videos and make claims wildly distorted. What actually happens cases. We hold them accountable. And you're not allowed to have a conversation you know. There are bad police officers out there. You talked to any police officer. And they'll tell you they're bad. Police officers out there are our beliefs. There are people who got into the police force because they wanna they wanna bully other people they. They like to exert authority and they are in the vast minority of police officers. Many of the police officers. I talked to say there needs to be more training in their budgets for it but there needs to be better trading and more training more thought out trading but also that many of the people who comment on police forces in this country really have no freaking clue what they're talking about when they talk about the store police force training and reform this data like let's bring a social worker to the crime. Scene day is nonsense. But the american people i think fund understand this stuff i i do think the american people tend to understand what's going on here and they would rather a few bad police officers on the force and discipline them when they're caught then have no police at all kind of like the old saying that we would rather a few guilty people get a be found not guilty than to have an innocent man be executed. You would rather have a few bad police officers than have no police officers at all but the democrats would rather you believe. We should have no police officers at all lest we have a couple of add police officers but the problem here is that the american people they get it they understand it for the second time in four years according to the washington post representative sean baloney. A democrat of new york drew one of the toughest assignments investigating what went wrong. A disappointing election. The twenty seventeen after action report followed even more devastating results a clean republican sweep of holding the house while donald trump won the presidency and republicans retained the senate. This time around president biden won by seven point. One million votes and democrats gained three seats declared the senate majority while democrats lost eleven seats in the house on election day. Twenty twenty and speaker barely clings to the majority baloney. The new democrat or the democratic congressional campaign committee worked with senior staff to analyze six hundred polls in house races last year matched up against voter files from the november election and other state and local data the fifty two page powerpoint report which baloney presented to the caucus during tuesday evening. Call splits the difference on the key question whether democrats just had a bad polling or badge into the turn away voters baloney laid out. How democrats simply underestimated the number of hardcore trump voters and with more trump voters in the voting booths the republicans attack against the defunding police movement proved more potent than democrats ever anticipated. The lies and distortions about defunding. Socialism carried a punch but the republicans think it got them over a ten foot wall when trump's turnout gave them a seven foot ladder baloney said before november. The party had won. The popular vote of the presidential contest had also gained seats in the house in thirteen of the last fourteen elections which fueled expectations for democrats instead after those losses. Democrats started a fierce internal debate about whether some of the liberal stars inside their caucus who've embraced labels such as democratic socialism..
"fourteen election" Discussed on The Toasty Podcast
"Could be more. Their income exactly could be ninety percent of their income who knows Who spokesperson stated. That johnson delegations were quote completely false in quote of course the point parent Spokesman well yeah because they all they're getting is like obviously she's not going to have evidence because it was a conversation it was conversations they had. It's like me telling me. Tell people that like my boss told me that i have to sell more work to customers. Yeah there's nothing that says that this is that same thing. She discusses why she left. I heard about that too. Basically she saw and then she was like this crazy. I wonder how many people have been planned. Parenthood actually like watched this. Yeah i think having a requirement for volunteering or working especially working at planned parenthood but especially on the also volunteering as you need to sit in washington abortion live and still see if you wanna be a part of that organization or just that society where that's legal. Yeah i mean. I was that her the rnc that is we've already. We already know what she says. Right this is the same thing. What i what. I kinda wanna see is Shoot a lost. My train of thought who who planned parenthood like funds. Is it just all the lobby. It's all democrats. Is that what they do. They've all before democrats. Yeah right so they donated about six and a half million dollars I can't remember the Election cycle that it was a receives over a third of its money in government grants and contracts two thousand fourteen. That's about five hundred. Twenty eight million city years planned parenthood action fund sectors reproductive health let's see. Well got it right here so ready to say how much pulling up two thousand eighteen nineteen annual report from spending okay so they have a super pac. They also have a variety of related five. Oh one c. Four entities In the twenty fourteen election cycle. that's a term election. That's just a just congress. No presidential election in two thousand fourteen. They spent six point five. Eight seven million dollars on contributions to candidates and political parties overwhelmingly the democrats and on independent expenditures. In twenty fourteen midterms. It's been six and a half million think about. That's the thing about the presidential cycles. How much money. They get democrat. I don't know why the federal government gives them any money because they are a political advocate group as well as organization of clinics. I mean do they were they. Did they even give money to other organizations that right. They pro-choice pro-abortion knob been like if there's another organization out there that gets from the government but also is a big lobbyists like like i'm thinking like other companies like I can't think of one that some people. I'm sure company that gets lockheed. Martin has tons of lobbyists and they get tons of a okay offense a defense company like -flective interests like you're saying you know but i guess that's not how that ends up working well. This is just a report where this is all about. Oh how many patients and stuff they had nine point. Eight million services provided like sti testing treatment control services breast exams pap tests. I think they get all of which are fairly inexpensive there. Most of the time medicare will reimburse rebirth pretty much one hundred percent of those like sti testing and treatment not expensive and medicare pays for most of it birth control and information services. That's crazy dude. I wonder what is this. Got mike institute. There was three hundred ninety. Three thousand dollars is gonna so unintended pregnancies averted by planned. Parenthood says to right. And i go here using formula developed by the gut microbes institute or gut. Google or monitor watcher pro-choice research organization started. Enunciate their works to study. Educating advant advant sexual and reproductive health and rights grocer in new york non-government organisation. Yeah you know what dude. It's crazy man. i don't even know what else like. I mean it's i mean honestly it's going to be a fairly short podcast because that's pretty much everything in a nutshell and it's this is something like that. Not many people want to talk about. Obviously and not something that people are comfortable talking about. I'm comfortable talking about it. I'm not comfortable with it happening. Obviously but you gotta talk about stuff like this because if you turn a blind eye to it it's going to get worse and worse and before you know it really killing millions and millions of people fifty five million people since roe v wade at. Yeah the comparison. I talked to some people at You know outside of this podcast. Obviously that a one of the guys said you know what you could compare it like this. He said if you if you do this and you could do. Abortion abortion is legal. And you can dennis fine. He's a also you can kill very elderly people that don't contribute and don't have anything for themselves responsibility and Our our burden on the economy. What about killing the mentally retarded or mentally disabled right though just burns right right. And that's it see. That's where you're going with it and it's i know it's extreme because it's not it's a it's you can't see that's the problem began see it. You can't see that's why they think it's just like whatever have the that's the thing is a lot of people have it in their mind that isn't a person yet and that they they haven't impacted anybody but as soon as the woman finds out she's pregnant her whole life has changed completely completely. Yeah i mean mine was when i found out you know it was like whoa. I meet a lot of changes for sure right right. Yeah i agree and this is where you want to human beings. I'm not going to trust an institution of higher learning like Princeton because yeah okay. All right all right all right. It's all it's gonna be like you know inception consumption conception conception. Yeah it's all it's that's that's all right and i don't that's i mean that's something. Is that no matter what you're going to find again dude. Everything we searched man everything research. You're gonna find a scientist says. Yeah this is it. Especially if you search on google yet no matter what down right exactly they do. You're right you're right man and this is insane and you know. I think we've hit it honestly. I don't know what else to say. Kind of cowed. This your appetite for sure depresses me. And i'm like this sucks. I don't wanna even insane. But i wanted to hit it. We needed to hit wanted it to be on the show. I want people know people to be able to comfortably talk about what they believe in this. Podcast is the casual conversation about uncomfortable or controversial topics when we do our guys like.
European election is breaking taboos in Cyprus
"Yes, he Hillary crosses the buffer zone that divides the northern part of Cyprus from the south every day on the campaign trail. He's sixty years old, fluent Turkish and creek and famous throughout the island for his country bution to create peace. I as a professor author and filmmaker now as a politician to cause, in Iraq is the only candidate in these elections, who's visiting the whole country will try to get something better for generation small island. Why not? If we don't arrive at peace. Nothing is secure, what you're living right now to divide islands is a conflict herds, which you don't know what's going to happen tomorrow. At the end of may fifty polling stations will be installed along the buffer zone or the green line, so that northern supreme can vote in the European elections. The Turkish Republic of northern Cyprus is only recognized by the Anchorage government, the international community officially regards this territory as part of the Greek-Cypriot Republic, and therefore, part of the European Union, though ULA suspended. They're almost one hundred thousand acre separates, hold a European passport and zilla excess attitudes to, what's the e you are changing. Rectory EU, like Norring or being the some to now this if my candidacy SIMS to be changing it. Discover gain where European identity, and they want to mobilize this time. Shea. Cairo today is campaigning from Augusta a coastal town about one hour east of Nicosia in the Turkish part of the island he's a candidate for a Cal. The main Greek-Cypriot position party, 'cause erects goals, bringing both communities together and fighting against nationalism. Not only in Cyprus, but all over the EU. In a small side wrote close to the main musk forty students sitting on wooden benches drinking gin and tonics and focusing on one topic. The EU considerate is not only campaigning for his own party. He wants to remind young Turkish-Cypriots that they are part of the EU to five years ago during the two thousand fourteen elections to the European parliament only two thousand five hundred people from the north cast, a vote, that's less than three percent of those eligible to do, so I have never wooded on the European parliament elections before because I didn't quite know that we could even wrote to be honest, and, like, we didn't know anybody, because it was always from the other side. Now there's someone who's actually understanding on this, sending the yield on this, then what difficulties we are actually dealing with? And how we want actually be in part of the EU and Europe in the row, they don't really know us and. He can present us and show them who we are ever since Turkey invaded the north of the island more than forty years ago. Turkish separates have been isolated from the rest of the EU the border with the south only opened in two thousand and three the island's division is part of the everyday life.
President Trump, Trump and Brenda Lopez discussed on All Things Considered
"Election day is less than eight weeks away. But in a midterm year majority of voters don't cast a ballot and particular young people are far less likely to vote than older people in the last midterm election. Only about twenty percent of voters underaged thirty showed up at the polls NPR's Muhammad has been exploring why so many people sit out elections in America and has this report from Nevada in the two thousand fourteen election the area around the Las Vegas strip. Which is Nevada's first congressional district had one of the worst youth voter turnout rates in the country less than five percent of eighteen to twenty nine year olds voted that's according to estimates. From Tufts University, Brenda Lopez was one of those non voters the day, we met she left. Her house at five thirty in the morning for a job at an armored cash handling company by the time, she gets back home the home. She shares with her parents, grandma siblings. Her husband and her daughter. She is exhausted. It's not easy. You know, being being mom in Hawaii having to cook. And still trying to. Keep up with work and school. And I feel like I have no time for myself. Lopez is twenty six and she's not registered to vote. One of the main reasons why haven't voted is. Because I feel that. I'm always too busy. Lopez doesn't like how President Trump talks about immigrants. She would love better healthcare Medicaid. She says was a godsend when she was pregnant. But even if she registers she's not sure who she would vote for many young people like Lopez feel they haven't learned enough about American politics in high school. And so like Twenty-three-year-old Shelby. Maybe they don't see the point in voting. Maybe this is a stocky blond marine corvette taking a mandatory political science class at a community college in Vegas. I've never voted before from what I know about voting shop so whole place, and you hope I don't know what I need to bring. I don't even know what happens during their a recent survey of working class youth found that nearly twenty percent say they don't think they know enough to vote as for how and where to vote that can be found with an internet search, but for Mavis. It's not just about education. It's about location. He grew up in Missouri. That's where he registered to vote right now being away from home. I don't feel connected to the the political system here at all analysts say young people tend to move around a lot. And so they often feel less invested in local elections. They also want to choose individual candidates. Not just a party label many say they felt uninspired by both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump in two thousand sixteen so like Jonas rand they