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"hans salaam" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:39 min | 2 years ago

"hans salaam" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"It's one of the most complex issues of our time at a hot topic in our past midterm election. And that's immigration will the American the future be peaceful and United or will be riven by intense, ethnic and class conflicts that will undermine our country's most cherished ideals and melting pot or civil war. Ray Hans Salaam argues that the answer to the question hinges on how we balance immigration and integration. And he's our guest here. KOA newsradio. Good morning. Ron. Thank you so much being with us. Good morning to you. Thanks for having me. Glad that you're on. You know, this is a fascinating topic. We talk about it and covered all the time. But I also want to hear about your personal story regarding immigration because you are an immigrant and from your perspective. What do we as a country miss about immigration and how immigration immigrants are integrated in the US? What my parents are immigrants. I was born in the United States. But I do have a lot of experience in immigrant communities, and what have you, and I think that a really big part of the story is that. Not every immigrant is the same some immigrants are flourishing. They're entering the middle class. They're doing very well. And there are other immigrants who are really struggling to get a foothold struggling to make it out of the bottom rungs of the economic ladder and our system as it exists right now is not doing a very good job of ensuring that folks can enter the middle class. And that's one reason why our immigration system is so contentious, do you think Democrats paint too rosy of a picture of each immigrant? And do you think Republicans paint too negative of a picture of them? That's that's perfectly put. Yes, I think that there are folks on the left to feel as though anything short of saying that everything's great. It's completely fine immigration is a free lunch is somehow bigoted or wrong, and then you have some voices on the right? Unfortunately, who sound unwelcoming as other hostile to all immigrants, which I think is a big mistake. And that's one reason why by the way, a place like Denver is a really interesting test case, you know, this is a purple state. This is a region that is divided. You have a lot of people who are down the middle. And they don't hear their own voices reflected in our politics. And that's part of what I hope to do in this book melting pot or civil war. Are we picking winners and losers though with immigration is that fair to do doesn't everyone have some value or something to offer our country? Everyone has something to offer. Everyone is a good and decent person. That's certainly true. It's also the case, however that there are hundreds of millions of people who would gladly come to the United States, and they're all decent. Good people. We as a country, however, have to craft policies that make sense for us that are in our national interest. Because right now, we already have a big challenge with integrating immigrants who've entered the country or the last thirty plus years who are already struggling. So what I'm saying is going forward. Let's have a more measured balanced perspective that takes into account the challenges of globalization, and automation and all of the other new developments coming down the pike. We can't predict exactly how that's gonna work out. We do know that it's going to put a lot of pressure on working class folks, including working class immigrants a lot of countries have tough immigration laws who do you think's doing it? Right. What country should we model ourselves after the truth is that there's no country that gets it completely right? Right. Because you have a lot of countries that are doing things that make sense for them, given their context. So for example, a country like Singapore. They have a big guestworker system. They let in tons of workers, and they make it work for them. But the reason it works for them is because they are very aggressive about enforcing their immigration laws. Canada has a pretty good system in which they take into account people skills. But also somewhat argue that Canada might be pushing things too far by allowing too many folks relative to the size of their population. Now, that's an open debate one could have but all countries are trying to craft systems that fit their needs and circumstances in the here, and now whereas in the United States, we have an immigration system that is not a twenty-first-century system. We had a system designed for the past. Some argue that the issue is not with immigrants from poor countries Howard's immigrants from say China and Asia, and that we should be more focused on that in particular with programs like the H one B visas the worker visas. Yes, so I guess my view is that the key issue is whether or not immigrants will be able to. Become part of the middle class, whether they'll be integrated into our communities, and I think that's why I feel like skilled immigration makes more sense at this place and time when you look at the H one B visa, it's a pretty broken program. Why is that because it's become a channel for unscrupulous employers to take advantage of lower cost labor rather than what it was intended to be which is a way to really focus on the best and the brightest in the way that benefits everyone. So my feeling is that the H one B visa can be improved. But I do think that skilled immigration is a sensible course for the country's future. But you know, what else they do with that? Ray? They also get skilled labor for cheaper prices to work here in the US. I know this only anecdotally is my wife works in tack in a lot of times what these tech companies do is the higher people from India and Asia who have a skill set like the US, but the labor costs less. Yes. And that's why there are a lot of folks in congress and Republicans in congress who proposed raising the minimum threshold for the wage. Ages you can pay to someone with an H one B visa because if you're truly getting someone with uniquely impressive skills. It's not going to be a problem to do that. So you do need to put some checks in place to ensure that employers are not exploiting the program just to pay lower wages. You could argue one of the main reasons Trump got elected in two thousand sixteen was immigration fears, folks, wanting to build that wall with Mexico how much will immigration do you think plan to twenty twenty? I believe it's going to be an absolutely central issue. This has become a kind of culture war issue for the country. And that's why I think you have so many Democrats who've moved to a more extreme position on the issue. Then the position for example, Barack Obama held back when he was running for president in two thousand eight or look to Barbara Jordan in the nineteen ninety s you had a lot of Democrats in the old days. Who said we need a system that works for working class Americans. Now, he makes such an argument among Democrats, you might get denounced. So I think that's been a big change. And I think that twenty twenty it's going to be a central issue once against Rhianna if you're the president. I had a magic wand. What does the first best? Most immediate thing. You could do to set aside. I guess a correct course for immigration the first and best thing we can do is move to a skills based immigration system. If we did that a lot of tension around the issue would be greatly mitigated. And then once you do that once you fix that system. Then you can talk about a past a legal status for authorized folks who are currently in the country, but you think of people even maybe in your mother's case who didn't come here with a lot of skills. But once they were here, they really added to our culture. So what happens to those folks? Well, my mother did enter the country in a skilled visa she had a masters degree. But that doesn't make her a better person than someone else. There are a lot of folks who don't necessarily have skills were wonderful hardworking people who deserve a great deal of credit. My concern is this we already have large numbers of such immigrants in our country. And I believe we need to focus on them ensuring that they can achieve their highest potential before we welcome million. Moore who might be impacted negatively by automation, and globalization and lots of other forces that are making it harder. For folks with limited skills to climb the economic ladder. His book is called melting pot or civil war. It's the author Riaan. Salaam, thank you so much for your time. Thanks very much. Thanks for keeping us on while you're out shopping or driving around on this black Friday back in just a few minutes on KOA NewsRadio..

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"hans salaam" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

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02:30 min | 2 years ago

"hans salaam" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Here are the numbers. Here's what we have. You know, where he wasn't doing wasn't threatening to shut down the government over an incredibly divisive issues that has already divided the country for the past two years. The partisans are on. I want. This. With our journalists over here. I wanna I know we want to launch ahead head to twenty twenty. But but what about the next two years? What do you see happening in the White House? We heard a lot about once again staff shakeups, we see President Trump who appears to be getting a little a little unsettled about all of this. What are you seeing in terms of the Trump White House now and where he goes in the next two years? Well, one really important thing to keep in mind is that Donald Trump presented himself as very independent figure. I figure who is quite different and distinct from conventional mainstream Republicans that was a big part of his appeal. Now, when you have house speaker Paul Ryan, a man who has many virtues, of course. But someone who is very dedicated to an agenda that dated back to the nineties. That's something that really did wind up constraining, President Trump the fact that President Trump on more than one occasion has said he's willing to fight Republican votes. Toback speaker Pelosi you could say that's just being playful, but also someone who has repeatedly said I wanna talk about infrastructure. I wanna talk about. The middle class tax cuts. His daughter Ivanka as a previous congresswoman elect mention was talking about paid leave. And what have you? It's quite possible that he is going to try to triangulate now whether or not he can succeed in doing that, given the fact that people have very strong opinions about him one way or another is an open question. But clearly, the president himself wants to shake the kaleidoscope of American politics and do something a bit different between now and twenty twenty you got ten seconds. He's got to when he returns before he didn't have a record. Now, he has a record and people are going to say, where's the infrastructure where where the help for the middle class and all of us voted for you. What are you giving to us? I think that he's got a much higher bar now in two thousand twenty and he's losing women by by the troves, and they vote more often than the men very good on a ten seconds. Thanks to all of you. We'll be right back. This is ABC's this week the round table guests included. Former New Jersey Republican Governor Chris Christie, Stephanie cutter a democratic strategist washing. Postcards, pundit, Mary, Jordan, and Hans Salaam national review, online senior editor, and that's all for us today. Thanks for sharing part of your Sunday with us, check out world news tonight and have a.

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"hans salaam" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

12:48 min | 2 years ago

"hans salaam" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Peacecorps dot gov. It has been suggested that only cruel racist or nativist bigots would want to restrict immigration anyone motivated by compassion and egalitarianism would choose open or nearly open borders or so the argument goes now, right? Salaam, the son of Bangladeshi immigrants executive editor at national review, and contributing editor at the Atlantic turns this argument on its head in melting pot or civil war a son of immigrants makes the case against open borders, right Han Salaam is with us on the phone, welcome. Thanks for joining us. Thanks for having me. Suzanne. So you said you're you're married to a Louisville native. I n and I love Louisville. It is one of my favorite towns. Whenever I get to visit Kentucky. I'm always delighted I tried to get there. At least, you know, you know, maybe six seven times a year. Wow. Well, that's plenty. That's not enough not enough. As far as I'm concerned. Do you come to Germany, by the way? Not yet. I haven't been to the derby yet, and I'm really eager to go. I've heard about this amazing pancake breakfast. I'm pretty excited to check that out next spring. Then you should you should put it on your list for next spring. I've got it on my list. Okay. So how did your experience your own experience in New York City in Brooklyn, inform your views on immigration? Well, the big thing is that. I definitely know that most immigrants are great hard working decent people. You will never catch me saying a negative word about immigrants. As a general matter. What I will say though, is that I also saw that while some immigrants are on the past a success to entering the middle class to entering the mainstream. There are other immigrants who really are struggling and who are oftentimes trapped in segregated neighborhoods their kids often struggle to and I think that the way that we talk about immigration is oftentimes a bit naive. And you warned that if the United States continues on its present course, the rise of a new ethnic underclass is inevitable. Yes. That's right. I guess my concern is that it's one thing to have class conflict. It's one thing to have a lot of inequality. But when you layer on top of that class conflict, this sense that people belong to totally different groups that are hostile to one another that are foreign to one another that can make those tensions much much worse. And I fear. That's the road. We're headed down. What is the how our immigration and automation related? This is a really big important question. I fear a lot of people are neglecting. You have this big conversation about how automation is going to create lots of challenges for working class folks who already are dealing with lots of challenges. Now, my concern is that an immigration policy that is an attuned to those realities is going to lead to having more American families core displaced, by automation who find that their wages are stagnating who find themselves challenged by these new technological developments. And that's why I think. We need a hard headed new approach to immigration going forward. But compassionate because these these people are fleeing, you know, horrible lives. Well, one thing to keep in mind is that there's humanitarian immigration there's refugee immigration, but then there's also other kinds of immigration, and the vast majority of immigrants were admitted to the United States on a permanent basis the majority who are given green cards. They're not admitted as refugees they're admitted as the relatives of US, citizens and greed cardholders. And right now the way we're allocating these green cards, we're not paying attention to whether those folks who are not refugees are able to fend for themselves. We accept that. If you're a refugee you're going to need help. But the problem is that a huge number of non non-refugees, also depend on Medicaid and snap and the earned income tax credit that doesn't make them bad people. What it means is that we're not being really hard headed about whether or not we're going to be able to. Accommodate everybody. Okay. Who benefits from the influx of low skill immigrants willing to work low wage jobs? Well, the biggest beneficiaries are really the immigrants themselves. You know, obviously, you're making this move because you think it's going to make you better off. But then there's the complicated. Question of what happens to your kids? If you're earning a really low income you're struggling to get by that's going to have a big effect on your children as well. That's number one. Number two. The other folks who benefit are typically rich people employers people who don't wanna pay high wages, they'd much rather pay low wages, the problem is that okay? In the short term that might make sense. I'm able to pay less for this or that service. But then if you think about the term of living in a society in which people have to earn those low wages and try to get by with those low wages, then I think the picture starts to look pretty different. How could other nations like Mexico, alleviate the immigration crisis American now faces well one big thing is that? When you look at most migrants, they would prefer to be in their native country. They would prefer to be with their families. They don't necessarily want to uproot themselves. So when these countries become better places to live that offer more opportunities, then you have reduced pressure to emigrate from the country, and Mexico is a country that really ought to be much richer more productive more prosperous than it is they've made some strides. They've made progress, and that's one reason why immigration from Mexico has slowed down a bit. But Mexico could definitely make more progress. And we ought to help them do that. And also, Mexico has become a bridge for immigrants were not from Mexico, but for from Central America, and increasingly even from Africa and South Asia and other places so Mexico in theory, it became a much wealthier more prosperous country. Could welcome immigrants itself could help us kind of share in this process of you know, welcoming people from. Around the world. What is your position on President Trump's proposed wall? I believe that the wall is a less important and less effective in the long run than cracking down on unscrupulous employers who hire unlawful unauthorized workers. But I do think that having tough border security is really important. It's just that you can't have that. Without also having real workplace enforcement. Do you think in this fraught political climate where everything is so partisan and even hostile there could be in a meeting of the minds and compromise on immigration? I believe it's possible. If you're trying to get past the rhetoric and talk to what ordinary Americans care about my own belief is that if you're talking to Americans who are Republicans or Democrats, there's actually a lot of agreement an overwhelming majority of Americans want a controlled managed system that works on behalf of the. National interest and the interest of American workers. That's not a super controversial idea among ordinary, folks. The problem is that you have politicians who keep moving to more extreme positions because they are driven by a small handful of activists. You see this happen on the left in the nineties? You had Barbara Jordan, a civil rights icon who said we need to have a controlled immigration system that works for working class people that was a very common position among Democrats. Now, if you took the Barbara Jordan position, you might get condemned. And I think that's a real shame on the Republican side. You have some folks who use rhetoric that really turns people off rhetoric that sounds like it's bashing immigrants, and I think that that's dangerous to you wanna have more inclusive compassionate decent rhetoric while also being open to the fact that we need controlled and managed system. Okay. It's good to know. There is a middle ground. Do you have a website? I do I am the executive editor of national review and folks can visit national review dot com and you can also visit right Han Salaam dot com. And the book is called melting pot or civil war a son of immigrants makes the case against open borders. Thank you so much right Han. Salaam. Thank you. Thank you. Suzanne. The first American volunteer group of the Chinese air force better known as the flying. Tigers was composed pilots from the United States army. Air corps, navy and Marine Corps. Recruited under secret presidential authority and commanded by Claire Lee Chenault following the attack on Pearl Harbor in nineteen forty one. They were the first Americans to directly engage with Japanese and their exploits became the stuff of legend the new book. The flying Tigers tells the story of the young American men and women who crossed the Pacific before Pearl Harbor to risk their lives defending the embattled forces of Chiang KAI checks, China author Samuel Kleiner is with us on the phone. Thank you for joining us. Thank you so much for having me what drew you to this story. So is back when my my grandfather was a navigator in a b twenty five in the Pacific. And I always kind of grew up with an interest in World War Two going with him to the aviation museum in Tucson Arizona where I grew up and what really grabbed me about. This particular story is this is actually about a secret unit of American pilots who are fighting in China, basically sent over before Pearl Harbor, and they're really the first Americans to fight in the war. And I think listeners might be familiar with the sharks based plane that made them very famous for the John Wayne movie the flying Tigers. But what really grabbed me was the human side of the story. And when I was at Yale and graduate school, I found in the basement of an archive a collection of love letters between a nursing a pilot in the unit and these tattered pages told the story of the relationship between these two individuals in the unit and how they got married, and then the pilot was tragically killed in their last battle. And I knew that there was a human story here that I wanted to tell and so the book is based on years of research where I've gotten to know the for the families of the flying Tigers gotten to know who's now the last flying Tigers still with us and been able to assemble diaries letters photographs combat reports that allow for the. First in-depth, telling of what I think is one of the great untold stories of the greatest generation it is. And I thought I was well educated about the war, but didn't even know they existed in one fascinating thing is that the men that made up the squadron were from the US armed forces. But we're fighting under China's flag at least originally. So how did that how did that happen? Absolutely. And I think generally when we think of World War Two today, we think of Iwo Jima are we think of d day, but we don't think of China and China kind of what one is writing to call the forgotten ally of the war. There was the US Great Britain the Soviet Union and China there was an important ally in the war, and what happened was the trainees had been fighting against the Japanese going as far back as nineteen thirty seven and in the course of that combat there actually were handful of Americans who were there, including Claire Chenault and the Roosevelt administration wanted to do what it could do assist the allies including China in Great Britain with. Outgoing into a war. So they what Roosevelt called measures short of war. And so the idea came up where clear Chenault came and worked with a few of the Chinese officials or basing lobby based in Washington, and they did a lot of kind of backroom lobbying where they got the support of important people in the administration and they worked out this program where they were going to go and send secretly a hundred American pilots hundred p forty aircraft that were built by Curtiss Wright and a couple of hundred ground crew, including including Frank lozanski and secretly send this program to China, and they had to fight under the command of the Chinese air force because the Americans couldn't openly be fighting in a war in which we were officially neutral. So this is in contravention of an isolationist, congress, it's in contravention of international law. But it was a program that Roosevelt felt was important to help the Chinese at a moment. When when it seems like the war might be lost their the flying Tigers are praised. Heroes in China. So how is that when they're pretty much forgotten here? Yeah..

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"hans salaam" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

09:17 min | 2 years ago

"hans salaam" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Armstrong and Getty show. Right. Hans salaam. The author of melting pot or civil war. Son of immigrants makes the case against open borders now. Bread winner. Bill on AM, seven sixty talk in breaking news. Brent whatever show have seven sixty talk and breaking news. Let's go. Let's go distant. Let's go to the eastern end of the country. Here. We got Dan in Tampa, Florida checking in Hello, Dan. What's on your mind tonight? Hey, brad. How are you? I'm doing. Well. What are you thinking? Hey, listen, listen, I know that your San Diego. I don't really want to hear about Tampa Bay sports. But if you'll indulge me for just a moment, I'm going to go off on your eleven is not greater than ten. If you don't mind. Yeah. Go ahead. Go in in the Tampa Bay area. We have the bay raise. Right. We we used to have a coach by the name of Joe Biden. Yup. And now he's with the Chicago Cubs at stores, my heart that he's there. But he's there. In the year that we went to the World Series. He had a theory, and they came up with shirts, and they printed the shirts and fans will wear them. Everybody was wearing it was nine equals ten. In his theory behind that ninety ten statement was nine guys playing as one team together with equal those nine guys playing in October, which was the tenth month of the year. And the year that's near those guys been they played so tight together. Like Greek defense had the author said the pitching that every thing rolling together. And they went to the World Series that year, we didn't win it. But we went right. And it was a great year in Tampa Bay sports. And so I I bring to you. That are eleven guys. Yup. Today that were on that panel. Yeah. They were not just one team. I do I do think though that it was admirable what they tried to do. Or what did However, I just don't believe that the intention was pure. I think that the intention was. His nose or flip up his middle finger at one last time to be able to do this and really. It was so incredibly I the dumbest statement, I could probably make it so incredibly selfish because as you said earlier, if if it goes this way, and if he doesn't get the nominee or if he doesn't get the supreme court he's going to possibly lose his judgeship. He could be impeached. Could get disbarred. You could ruin a man's life for sure just because of your hatred for the president. And it's very. It's just so it's so it's so painful to watch our country go down this road. You know, I'm I'm okay with five days. But I just don't believe that because I tried to really see life on the positive side. Yes. Obviously, I don't live in California. So it's a little bit easier. But. I just I just don't see where if it goes to five days. I don't see where the Democrats are gonna come back and say, oh, it's gone five days. There's no findings right? We're going to let we're gonna we're gonna go ahead and vote. Yes. I just don't see that. They're gonna know taking my call, man. Thank you. I love your show. Yeah. And and listen, you got fans over here on the floor decide seven tone guys about the seven sixty app and trying to trying to other guys over here. Listen call. We just don't have talk radio like you guys have mailing after shit. Hey, I appreciate you, man. Dan, Dan, safe safe journeys there? And I appreciate you being out there, man. I do to your great caller here. Here's here's what I would say. And this is this is this is the sticking point. Right. This is the hanging point where you get hung up. There can't be pure boat is because this is politics and by definition. By definition. We. Politics are not pure, there's pure politics. Meaning it's just knife fighting knock down drag out. I win you die. I see this playing dirty politics. Just put this. There's no there's if we're looking for purity. And I like what he said about the ninety ten. You do not have a single unit in there. Because what you have really you have at least two Republicans out of the eleven that are suspect at best. Jeff flake and Ben Sasse. Now, Ben Sasse has been pretty good with cavenaugh. He was very fair to him during the questioning he spoke to them as as in every man because I don't think I don't think assassins, a lawyer. Jeff flake was okay. During the original round of questioning the first four days of the confirmation hearings straightforward questions. They hate Trump. Ben Sasse hates with a capital. Hey hates Trump. Jeff flake hates Trump depending on the day of the week. Sometimes Lindsey Graham hates Trump. He just flat out does. And you look at the rest of the people on the panel that are Republicans. Thank God, John Kennedy's on that panel. Because he's he's somebody who approaches this with a little bit of personality, he referred to it a couple of days ago when you referred to it again today is an intergalactic freak show the confirmation process, you're from Louisiana, but. But they. You if you subtract out the animus towards Donald Trump. So you take out if you take out. Ben Sasse, and you take out Jeff flake. Uh-huh. Your ten versus nine. You are you are outmatched because the Democrats will one hundred percent March in lockstep and in unison, Don in lamesa, welcome to the show done. What you just said there with the ten versus nine. I think Grassley is. I think a little bit past is to passers prime to be leading that they're sharing that committee seems to me that. He's had a lot of tools in his arsenal that he hasn't used. He's been really soft on the on the Democrats when he he could have really come down on them. And rather than going after Christine ballsy for he certainly could have gone after what the Democrats reporting. Well, okay. But I think I think I think that the way. I think the way Grassley is wired is he's he's inclined towards that towards that. Fairness. He's very inclined towards being fair a fair to a fault actually being to fair. But I don't think he was soft. I he was he lets them talk. But he cracks that whip too at the same time Tom in Carlsbad. Well, what's on your mind? Tom. Trump's got America looking where she wants them to look while he's dealing with the UN and stuff like that. If you look at laws as testimony there's a lot of holes in it. For example. You know, the big thing that she remember the most was that she was being laughed at that. They were laughing at her and then. The other thing is is that oh, it gave her the fear of rain to the point that she had a hard time flying out there. But you know, they didn't tell you that she's flying all over to Hawaii and Tahiti and to the east coast. I know like that low like at a at a will. I mean when all this was going on she's flying back and forth to Delaware and New Hampshire and stuff like that places. She could've driven to and and then you know, it was almost like she had a crush on four four four, but judge and judge bluer off and that kind of made her anyway. I don't see. But I don't even know that they were even in the in the same place at the same time. See that's the problem. Right. I mean, she could have run into she says that she wanted at Safeway with her mom, and the judge was in there working, and he looked all nervous. So like the question. I would have is is it the first time you're wanting that Safeway. No. She said she had interacted with him for two years of going into say, okay? So so so so that you do I mean, you got a number of different factors this. But the problem is I don't know what's true. And I don't want to grant that anything in particular is true. Because we just do not know, we just do not know. And that is what's so frustrating..

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"hans salaam" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

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12:32 min | 2 years ago

"hans salaam" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Charged the highest fees to merchants cutting into their profits said the Wall Street Journal says retailers like Amazon target and Home Depot are pushing for the right to reject some rewards cards, something visa and MasterCard have resisted. So this may be settled in court. Vicki Barker, CBS news. Now, here's news as carry lane with your weekend. Micro-climate forecast any of sunshine. The beaches topping out at seven. Three today the inland valleys in the mid eighties as well as the mountains, and the desert will be one hundred and six this weekend will be gorgeous as well temperatures right around the mid seventy s at the beaches inland areas topping out in the mid eighties frames haven't sixty I'm news aids. Carry lane out sunny and eighty two in Powell way. Trevor Hoffman will be honored tonight. The Trevor Hoffman way street sign outside of Petco park will be unveiled this evening. It's replacing the stretch of park boulevard between imperial avenue and Tony Gwynn drive. The ceremony will take place prior to the Padres game. There's more winnable coming up AM seven sixty talk and breaking news, Monday morning. Armstrong and Getty show. Right. Hans salaam. The author of melting pot or civil war. Son of immigrants makes the case against open borders now, breadwinner below on AM, seven sixty talk and breaking news. Yes. So if you're just tuning in they have delayed by at least a week the vote on a judge Brett Kavanagh's nomination. So as to investigate the claims. The three credible claims. I guess would include obviously, Dr Ford. Ramirez. And then, of course, Julie, sweat, Nick who is alleging that Brett Brad Kavanagh as part of a gang rape ring of some sort, and we're going to investigate those things you have to go look at those things, and then they're going to door report. And then we're going to do what? Going to be told us not enough time is not an seven days is not enough time fourteen days when you twenty one days, you know, what we need this to go until after the election. We know we need to have this vote after the new Senate gets in. You know, what we need to cancel this? Worried about his temper he yelled the senators yesterday. We think he's an alcoholic. We think he's a raging alcoholic with anger issues. Which can have to delay. It. We want the FBI look into his anger. We would like the FBI to interview his ID. We would also like the FBI to interview his ego. And see if they know where they were in one thousand nine hundred two we would also like to interview the people who sell him alcohol and his bartender. Let's get a sense from his bartender where he's at this is this is where we are folks. This is this is where we are Jim in spring valley kicking it off a gym. What's on your mind, sir? Yeah. Hi, brian. Hi, yeah. You know, people have to understand the mechanics of family psychology. When you listen to the victims as their in quotes. They are definitely absolutely. They have had a molestation and abuse factor sexual abuse factors early on in their lives. There's no question. Now, what happens is that they have to get very picky overcome the urge to watch hold all men in their lives all men of authority in their life, corporal for what happened to them. Because. What the of that man did to them all men are going to pay from now on that is what happens to a person a woman that had not all of them. But for the most part that is why you have to get Fairfield. What is going on here is she has a relationship in her mind all of them have a relationship with judge cavenaugh in that they went to they lived in the same town. They're in the same college in their minds. He was there. And they what's known as history onyx. They are acting. This is an act they think in their minds that they're they it's easy for them to pass this off because they're so convinced. Well, they they were that that man was there. The man who did this to me was their judge Cavanaugh. Was there? President Trump was there all powerful men were there almond that have power over them all minimum at forty. Yeah. I get I get it. I get a gym. But I want to stick with the concrete stuff here. Okay. So let's so let's unpack it this way. Here's what I would want to know about about breath Cava. Okay. I would want to know how many DUI is he's gotten. In his life in his adult life because we're told he's reckless with alcohol. We're told me was reckless with alcohol in his high school years. We're told he was reckless with alcohol in his college years. Okay. We know he lived in suburban DC. We know he lived in New Haven when you went to Yale. So I would guess there's contacts law enforcement, right? I mean, I would guess he's had contact with law enforcement. Maybe maybe he was loud. And having an argument when he was drunk one night, maybe Yale campus police came over maybe maybe New Haven PD showed up at his place. Maybe the cops in DC or metro DC showed up at his place, a raucous party any of that kind of stuff right because we're told he guy who drinks too much. Well, as somebody who drinks too much, you would figure probably had contact with law enforcement. Probably probably have been written up on the job for six days. Too. Many sick days coming in unprepared for for the work. Chances. Are your grades would probably flag. You would you would not be straight. Hey, you're not not be a four point. Oh student. We heard time and time again, he was either number one or number two in his class in high school got good enough grades to go to Yale got good enough grades to go. The law school got good enough grades in law school to clerk for a federal judge like they don't just hand that out to Joe jerk on the street like you go to law school, you need to be a cut above to be able to go clerk for a federal judge. It's why in legal circles. I'm sure lawyers who listen to this show would be able to back me up. It's why in legal circles when you're talking about a guy who was a lawyer, you will say something like, you know, he he clerked I been court Justice. You know, he he court for Clarence Thomas. You know, he clerked for Brett Cavanaugh there in the DC circuit. You know, he clerked for dot dot dot, right? That's that's a thing. That's that's an achievement the same way you hear about. Well, you know. Whose the editor of the Harvard law review? That's Barack Obama, right? Barack Obama was the editor of the Harvard law review. How many federal judges do Barack Obama clerk for? How many federal judges did Bill Clinton Clark for how many federal judges did Hillary Clinton clerk for? I mean. You know, when you watch Fox News channel at night. You know, you know, Laura Ingram clerked for Clarence Thomas Coulter clerked for a federal judge. So I mean, these are these are really sharp people who are at the higher end of of the echelon there. Okay. So what I'm saying is when you're talking to cavenaugh and the FBI talks to him. I'd be like, well, okay. So did you ever have contacts with law enforcement? See that would have come up in background one. The first background check that would have come. They would've talked to his teachers they would've talked to his professors. They would have talked to his friends from school. And they would have said was he drunk? Was he a drinker? He do drugs. Did he do all that stuff? Why why do they ask that? Now, the reason why they asked that now in a background check not because you can do anything about drinking when you're seventeen or eighteen when you're thirty five the reason why they do that kind of a background check now is to find out if you have integrity issues today. If you go. Pretend marijuana's illegal like it used to always be. And you decide you want to be a cop. Cops will back me up people in law enforcement will back me up in this one. I think so let's say you wanna be a police officer. So you go and you take the test you go take the physical test take the written test. You do well enough where they say, okay, would like to advance you the background process? So you're going to get a big packet of information real like forty fifty pages of information. You got to write all your neighbors, your teachers, you contacts people you've worked with your background what you've done, and then they're gonna ask you a bunch of questions, and they're going to say to you have you ever. Have you ever used marijuana or other controlled substances? I'm varying the language have you ever used marijuana or a controlled substance have you ever possessed marijuana or controlled substance? Now, here's what they're going to tell you when you go to fill out your background packing. Do you know what possession of marijuana is do you know, what possession of of a narcotic is? Here's how here's how I have had it explained to me by background checkers. Have you been in a party where they were passing a joint did your hand touch the joint as you didn't smoke it and handed it to somebody else? So it went from one person to your possession to you handed to the Bursa in that fifteen second period of time. You were possessing a joint so you say now man, I never possessed a joint, and they come back, and they say, okay, it's two thousand eighteen you say you never possessed a joint two of your friends said that you guys were up in mammoth at a ski chalet. And a couple of people were smoking weed, and you were there in the room. And you you you touched it new handed of the person they're going to nail you on integrity issues because you lied today. They don't give a cried about whether or not you possess marijuana in mammoth at a ski lodge fifteen years ago, but they want to know is that you're not being deceitful today that you're not deceiving today. So if Brad Kavanagh went and said to the FBI agents, man, I used to put away a twelve pack. Tonight. I had I had a problem back. Then. The put it in the report. But the reason why it would cut against him is if they find out from his roommates, do drank twelve pack night, drink twelve pack of light like every night, man. It was unbelievable. And where they do is. They look at it. And they go, okay. Did you drink a twelve pack. Get out, you're never drank twelve pack night. And we've got six guys that said you did. Well, they're all wrong. The authorities are gonna look at that and say, that's an integrity issue today. Deceiving today, and if it's a law enforcement background investigation, if it's somebody to clerk for a federal judge of it somebody to work in an agency of government, if it's somebody to work in the White House, the reason they can't advance you off of that is because if you're willing to lie at twenty five or thirty five years of age about something that happened when you were seventeen you're going to be willing to lie. If a Russian spy tries to compromise you if you find out that. If if you get caught stealing money out of the lunch till if you get any of that stuff, they're gonna say, well, you don't have integrity. You know, integrity, you own your stuff. They don't care about. What you did? They care about what you would mitt. And so here you got cabinet goes through like five six seven eight background investigations. Now, he's gonna get another high colonic involving Ford involving Ramirez involving sweat, Nick. And they'll probably turn nothing up, but the lawyers whoever comes out now between now and Monday because you know, it's going to happen because you know, MSNBC's probably got the bounty out there. You're going to have fifteen twenty new things come in anonymous letters phone calls Droppin dimes people calling up saying wants threw me up against a wall. He was in a strip bar. I danced for him at a strip bar. This happened that happened. The other thing happened. It's tough situation. This is what happens when the mob rules. This is what happens when democracy is in full effect. This is what democracy looks like remember those stupid chance back in the days of Occupy Wall street. Remember those chance this is what democracy looks like democracy. Looks like. Four wolves and one sheep are voting on what's for dinner. That is what.

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"hans salaam" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"hans salaam" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"In Phoenix flights beginning November first from the convenient Carlsbad airport. President Trump has ordered the FBI to reopen its investigation into supreme court nominee Brett cavenaugh over sexual misconduct allegations CBS news Caitlin Huey. Burns tells the of the events leading up to this afternoon's announcement Jeff flake to Senator from a Republican Senator from Arizona spoke up and said that he would not vote for cavenaugh unless there was an investigation done by the FBI into his background check. And he set some parameters there. He said he only wanted it to go for a week. And he wanted it to be limited in scope. Susan Collins of Maine, those two key votes. Also saying that they wanted an FBI investigation supportive of flakes measure. We also heard from a couple of red state Democrats who will be key to this process of West Virginia and Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota. Also supporting this investigation, Trump said the investigation must be limited in scope, meaning in only pertains to professor Ford's allegations and the work must be done in less than a week. Hurricane Rosa in the eastern. Acidic was upgraded to a major category. Four hurricane today with one hundred twenty-five mile an hour sustained winds Rosa's expected to gradually weaken as it heads toward northern Baja California, but its remnants could bring heavy rainfall to the southwestern United States, including San Diego early next week. Now, some of you might remember the James Franco movie one hundred twenty seven hours when he had to cut off his arm at the elbow to save his life. We've had a similar incident in North Dakota CBS news, Jim shanavie reports sixty nine year old Myron slap men of Jamestown North Dakota was hurt. Well, making sausage in his garage, his left arm got caught in an electric meat mixture. When he accidentally stepped on the pedal activating the machine he ended up losing his hand and part of his arm, but it was his choice. He used a butcher knife to sever the hands. So that he could call for help. He credits to police officers with saving his life as they were quick to respond and stop the bleeding. Jim Chenevey, CBS news. Now, here's news eight Carey lane with your micro-climate forecast. Plenty of sunshine. The beaches topping out at seventy Seventy-three today, the inland valleys in the mid eighties as well as the mountains, and the desert will be one hundred six this weekend will be gorgeous as well temperatures right around the mid seventies at the beach. Inland. Areas topping out in the mid eighties frame seven sixty I'm news aids. Carry lane right now sunny and seventy eight in alcohol on the Padres kick off their final series of the two thousand eighteen season tonight down a Petco park when they host the Zona Diamondbacks. Mike Slater's coming up AM seven sixty talk and breaking news, Monday morning. Armstrong and Getty show. Right. Hans Salaam, the author of melting pot or civil wars. Son of immigrants makes the case against open borders now, Mike Slater on AM, seven.

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"hans salaam" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"hans salaam" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Ladies and gentlemen there is a news story today about a leftwing teacher who was with her child who accustomed the director of the epa the environmental protection agency scott pruitt he was in a restaurant yesterday and this teacher she's identified as a teacher saw him in there and became outraged she accused him of doing horrible things to the environment destroying the planet not feeling and doing the right things about climate change her husband filmed it and posted it all over social media and the woman said she was doing it for her son because she loves children so much you look at our facebook page she has been fixated on these separation of families at the border she loves children so much ladies and gentlemen she praises planned parenthood in her facebook posts and she uses her son she uses her young son to raise money for planned parenthood her son's name is brooke since she's got a picture of him climbing some looks like the back stop at a children's baseball field yeah brooks brooks's over a thousand dollars in still climbing for his birthday fundraiser for planned parenthood well let me tell you this baby is she's not just a teacher she got tat's all over arms and she's a teacher at sidwell friends now does that ring a bell with a sin well friends is where everybody who is anybody in washington since their kids it's a private school the obama daughters went there the list is exhaustively long and then they're just identify her as a left wing teacher name is kristen mink k r i s t i n mink and she has the latest to a cost a trump administration official while the official is is nice scott pruitt by the way on the substance of environmental issues is doing a bangup job and that's why he's so disgustingly hated by these people on the left you know folks also alexandra okay tests there continues to be postelection analysis of this woman and there's a an excellent piece today where does this religious in the lab and it's by somebody that used to write at national review i'm not sure how you pronounce the first name it's r e h a n i would look at it century han salaam and he's done you know the new york times never even heard of this babe she they one story on this woman during the campaign they didn't even think she had a prayer so there wasn't a whole lot of study of her campaign what was going on but this guy's gone back and looked at it and it is you know it's kind of interesting to look at the things that she did not campaign on this is the baby that beat the dinosaur democrat joe crowley in that bronx queens district that shook up the democrat party and if you look at the things that she did not campaign on i'll give you a little hint she didn't spend any time on russian collusion she spent no time on trump conspiracies with obstruction collusion none of what the democrat party of the drive bys have been devoted to this shows the the the variation the difference here's this one is a marxist communist running for election as a democrat doesn't mention what the democrat party and the.

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"hans salaam" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"hans salaam" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Me directly newsradio eight for local news w h a s and gentlemen there is a news story today about a leftwing teacher who was with her child who accustomed the director of the epa the environmental protection agency scott pruitt he was in a restaurant yesterday and this teacher she's identified as a teacher saw him in there and became outraged she accused him of doing horrible things to the environment destroying the planet not feeling and doing the right things about climate change her husband filmed it and posted it all over social media and the woman said she was doing it for her son because she loves children so much you look at her facebook page she has been fixated on the separation of families at the border she loves children so much ladies and gentlemen she praises planned parenthood in her facebook posts and she uses her son she uses her young son to raise money for planned parenthood her son's name is brooks and she's got a picture of him climbing some looks like the back stop at a children's baseball field yeah brooks over a thousand dollars in still climbing for his birthday fundraiser for planned parenthood well let me tell you he'll this baby is she's not just a teacher she got tat's all over arms and she's a teacher at sidwell friends now does that ring a bell with a sidwell friends is where everybody who is anybody in washington since their kids it's a private school the obama daughters went there the list is exhaustive we long and they're just identify her as a left wing teacher name is kristen mink k r i s t i n mink and she she has the latest to a cost a trump administration official while the official is is nice scott pruitt by the way on the substance of environmental issues is doing a bangup job and that's why he's so disgustingly hated by these people on the left you know folks also alexandria oh kiss your tests there continues to be postelection analysis of this woman and there's a an excellent piece today where does this religious in the lab can it's by somebody that used to write at national review i'm not sure how you pronounce the first name it's r e h a n i would look at it century han salaam and he's done you know the new york times never even heard of this babe she they one story on this woman during the campaign they didn't even think she had a prayer so there wasn't a whole lot of study of her campaign while it was going on but this guy's gone back and looked at it and it is know it's kind of interesting to look at the things that she did not campaign on this is the babe that beat the dinosaur democrat joe crowley in that bronx queens district that shook up the democrat party and if you look at the things that she did not campaign on i'll give you a little hint she didn't spend any time on russian collusion she spent no time on trump conspiracies with obstruction collusion none of what the democrat party of the drive bys have been devoted to this shows the the the variation of difference here's this one is a marxist communist running for election as a democrat doesn't mention what the democrat party and the media are living on.

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"hans salaam" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"hans salaam" Discussed on 710 WOR

"A leftwing teacher who was with her child who accosted the director of the epa the environmental protection agency scott pruitt he was in a restaurant yesterday and this teacher she's identified as a teacher saw him in there and became outraged she accused him of doing horrible things to the environment destroying the planet not feeling and doing the right things about climate change her husband filmed it and posted it all over social media and the woman said she was doing it for her son because she loves children so much if you look at her facebook page she has been fixated on these separation of families at the border in a she loves children so much ladies and gentlemen she praises planned parenthood in her facebook posts and she uses her son she uses her young son to raise money for planned parenthood her son's name is brooke since she's got a picture of him climbing some looks like the backstop at a children's baseball field yeah brooks has over a thousand dollars and still climbing for his birthday fundraiser for planned parenthood well let me tell you he'll this baby is she's not just a teacher she got tat's all over arms and she's a teacher at sidwell friends zan ring a bell with sidwell friends is where everybody who is anybody in washington since their kids it's a private school the obama daughters went there the list is exhaustively long and then they're just identifying her as a left wing teacher name is kristen mink k r i s t i n mink and she she has the latest to a cost a trump administration official while the official is is nice scott pruitt by the way on the substance of environmental issues is doing a bangup job and that's why he's so disgustingly hated by these people on the left you folks also okay alexandra neil oh kiss your tests there continues to be postelection analysis of this woman and there's a an excellent piece today where does this racism the atlantic and it's by somebody that used to write at national review i'm not sure how you pronounce the first name it's r e h a n i would look at it century han salaam and he's done you know the new york times never even heard of this babe she they one story on this woman during the campaign they didn't even think she had a prayer so there wasn't a whole lot of study of her campaign while it was going on but this guy's gone back and looked at it and it is kind of interesting to look at the things that she did not campaign on this is the babe that beat the dinosaur democrat joe crowley in the bronx queens district that shook up the democrat party and if you look at the things that she did not campaign on i'll give you a little hint she didn't spend any time on russian collusion she spent no time on trump conspiracies with obstruction collusion none of what the democrat party of the drive bys have been devoted to but there's more we'll be back and.

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"hans salaam" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"hans salaam" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Ladies and gentlemen there is a news story today about a leftwing teacher who was with her child who accosted the director of the epa the environmental protection agency scott pruitt he was in a restaurant yesterday and this teacher she's identified as a teacher saw him in there and became outraged he accused of doing horrible things to the environment destroying the planet not feeling and doing the right things about climate change her husband filmed it and posted all over social media and the woman said she was doing it for her son because she loves children so much you look at her facebook page she has been fixated on the separation of families at the border she loves children so much ladies and gentlemen she praises planned parenthood in her facebook posts and she uses her son she uses her young son to raise money for planned parenthood our son's name is brooke since she's got a picture of him climbing some looks like the back stop at a children's baseball field yeah brooks has over a thousand dollars in still climbing for his birthday fundraiser for planned parenthood well let me tell you he'll this baby she's not just a teacher she got tabs all over arms and she's a teacher at sidwell friends now zan ring a bell with a sin well friends is where everybody who is anybody in washington since their kids it's a private school the obama daughters went there the list is exhaustively long and then they're just identify her as a left wing teacher name is kristen mink k r i s t i n mink and she she has the latest to a cost a trump administration official while the official is is nice scott pruitt by the way on the substance of environmental issues is doing a bangup job and that's why he's so disgustingly hated by these people on the left you know folks also alexander oh kiss your tests there continues to be postelection analysis of this woman and there's a an excellent piece today where does this religious in the atlantic and it's by somebody that used to write at national review i'm not sure how you pronounce the first name it's r e h a n i would look at it century han salaam and he's done you know the new york times never even heard of this baby she they one story on this woman during the campaign they didn't even think she had a prayer so there wasn't a whole lot of study of her campaign while it was going on but this guy's gone back and looked at it and it is it's kind of interesting to look at the things that she did not campaign on this is the bay that be the dinosaur democrat joe crowley in the bronx queens district that shook up the democrat party and if you look at the things that she did not campaign on i'll give you a little hint she didn't spend any time on russian collusion she spent no time on trump conspiracies with obstruction collusion none of what the democrat party of the drive bys have been devoted to but there's more we'll be back in justice courage to fight and the talent to succeed rush on the network.

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"hans salaam" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"hans salaam" Discussed on WRVA

"Today about a leftwing teacher who was with her child who accosted the director of the epa the environmental protection agency scott pruitt he was in a restaurant yesterday and this teacher she's identified as a teacher saw him in there and became outraged she accused him of doing horrible things to the environment destroying the planet not feeling and doing the right things about climate change her husband filmed it and posted it all over social media and the woman said she was doing it for her son because she loves children so much if you look at her facebook page she has been fixated on these separation of families at the border she loves children so much ladies and gentlemen she praises planned in her facebook posts and she uses her son she uses her young son to raise money for planned parenthood her son's name is brooke since she's got a picture of him climbing some looks like the backstop at a children's baseball field yeah brooks is over a thousand dollars in still climbing for his birthday fundraiser for planned parenthood well let me tell you he'll this baby is she's not just a teacher she got taps all over arms and she's a teacher at sidwell friends zan ring a bell with a sidwell friends is where everybody who is anybody in washington since their kids it's a private school the obama daughters went there the list is exhaustive long and then they're just identifying her as a left wing teacher name is kristen mink k r i s t i n mink and she she has the latest to a cost a trump administration official while the official is is scott pruitt by the way on the substance of environmental issues is doing a bangup job and that's why he's so disgustingly hated by these people on the left you know folks also okay alexander oh kiss your tests there continues to be postelection analysis of this woman and there's an excellent piece today where does this radishes in the atlantic and it's by somebody that used to write at national review i'm not sure how you pronounce the first name it's r e h a n i would look at us century han salaam and he's done you know the new york times never even heard of this babe she they one story on this woman during the campaign they didn't even think she had a prayer so there wasn't a whole lot of study of her campaign while it was going on but this guy's gone back and looked at it and it is you know it's kind of interesting to look at the things that she did not campaign on this is the babe that beat the dinosaur democrat joe crowley in the bronx queens district that shook up the democrat party and if you look at the things that she did not campaign on i'll give you a little hint she didn't spend any time on russian collusion she spent no time on trump conspiracies with obstruction collusion none of what the democrat party of the drive bys have been devoted to but there's more we'll be back and justice courage to fight and talent to.

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"hans salaam" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"hans salaam" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Ladies and gentlemen there is a news story today about a leftwing teacher who was with her child who accustomed the director of the epa the environmental protection agency scott pruitt he was in a restaurant yesterday and this teacher she's identified as a teacher saw him in there and became outraged she accused him of doing horrible things to the environment destroying the planet not feeling and doing the right things about climate change her husband filmed it and posted all over social media and the woman said she was doing it for her son because she loves children so much look at her facebook page she has been fixated on the separation of families at the border she loves children so much ladies and gentlemen she praises planned parenthood in her facebook posts and she uses her son she uses her young son to raise money for planned parenthood her son's name is brooks and she's got a picture of him climbing some looks like the backstop at a children's baseball field yeah brooks has over a thousand dollars in still climbing for his birthday fundraiser for planned parenthood well let me tell you he'll this baby is she's not just a teacher she got tat's all over arms and she's a teacher at sidwell friends now there's ring a bell with the sidwell friends is where everybody who is anybody in washington since their kids it's a private school the obama daughters went there the list is exhaustive long and they're just identify her as a left wing teacher name is kristen mink k r i s t i n mink and she she has the latest to a cost a trump administration official while the official is is nice scott pruitt by the way on the substance of environmental issues is doing a bangup job and that's why he's so disgustingly hated by these people on the left you don't folks also alexandria oh kiss your tests there continues to be postelection analysis of this woman and there's a an excellent piece today where does this religious in the lamp can it's by somebody that used to write at national review i'm not sure how you pronounce the first name it's r e h a n i would look at it century han salaam and he's done you know the new york times never even heard of this babe she they'd they'd have one story on this woman during the campaign they didn't even think she added prayer so there wasn't a whole lot of study of her campaign while it was going on but this guy's gone back and looked at it and it is kind of interesting to look at the things that she did not campaign on this is the bay that be the dinosaur democrat joe crowley in the bronx queens district that shook up the democrat party and if you look at the things that she did not campaign on i'll give you a little hint she didn't spend any time on russian collusion she spent no time on trump conspiracies with obstruction collusion none of what the democrat party of the drive bys have been devoted to but there's more we'll be back in justice courage to fight and the talent to succeed rush on the network.

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"hans salaam" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"hans salaam" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Coming up right after rush we've got governor larry hogan we've got dennis miller and we've got eric bolling well that's a big show it's larry o'connor next on wwl vanished gentlemen there is a news story today about a left wing teacher who was with her child who accustomed the director of the epa the environmental protection agency scott pruitt he was in a restaurant yesterday and this teacher she's identified as a teacher saw him in there and became outraged she accused him of doing horrible things to the environment destroying the planet not feeling and doing the right things about climate change her husband filmed it and posted it all over social media and the woman said she was doing it for her son because she loves children so much you look at her facebook page she has been fixated on these separation of families at the border she loves children so much ladies and gentlemen she praises planned parenthood in her facebook posts and she uses her son she uses her young son to raise money for planned parenthood her son's name is brooks she's got a picture of him climbing some looks like the backstop at a children's baseball field yeah brooks's over a thousand dollars in still climbing for his birthday fundraiser for planned parenthood well let me tell you this baby is she's not just a teacher she got tat's all over arms and she's a teacher at sidwell friends now does that ring a bell with a well friends is where everybody who is anybody in washington since their kids it's a private school the obama daughters went there the list is exhaustively long and they're just identify her as a left wing teacher name is kristen mink k r i s t i n mink and she she has the latest to a cost a trump administration official while the official is is scott pruitt by the way on the substance of environmental issues is doing a bangup job and that's why he's so disgustingly hated by these people on the left you know folks also alexandra neil oh kiss your protests there continues to be postelection analysis of this woman and there's an excellent piece today where does this religious in the atlantic and it's by somebody that used to write at national review i'm not sure how you pronounce the first name it's r e h a n i would look at it to han salaam and he's done you know the new york times never even heard of this babe she they one story on this woman during the campaign they didn't even think she had a prayer so there wasn't a whole lot of study of her campaign while it was going on but this guy's gone back and looked at it and it is it's kind of interesting to look at the things that she did not campaign on this is the baby that beat the dinosaur democrat joe crowley and that bronx queens district that shook up the democrat party and if you look at the things that she did not campaign on i'll give you a little hint she didn't spend any time on russian collusion she spent no time on trump conspiracies with obstruction collusion none of what the democrat party of the drive bys have been devoted to but there's more we'll be back in just a second courage.

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"hans salaam" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"hans salaam" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"There is a news story today about a leftwing teacher who was with her child who a the director of the epa the environmental protection agency scott pruitt he was in a restaurant yesterday and this teacher she's identified as a teacher saw him in there and became outraged she accused him of doing horrible things to the environment destroying the planet not feeling and doing the right things about climate change her husband filmed it and posted it all over social media and the woman said she was doing it for her son because she loves children so much look at her facebook page she has been fixated on the separation of families at the border she loves children so much ladies and gentlemen she praises planned parenthood in her facebook posts and she uses her son she uses her young son to raise money for planned parenthood her son's name is brooke since she's got a picture of him climbing some looks like the backstop at a children's baseball field yeah brooks's over a thousand dollars in still climbing for his birthday fundraiser for planned parenthood well let me tell you this baby is she's not just a teacher she got tat's all over arms and she's a teacher at sidwell friends zan ring a bell with sidwell friends is where everybody who is anybody in washington since their kids it's a private school the obama daughters went there the list is exhaustive way long and they're just identifying her as a left wing teacher name is kristen mink k r i s t i n mink and she she has the latest to a cost a trump administration official while the official is is nice scott pruitt by the way on the substance of environmental issues is doing a bangup job and that's why he's so disgustingly hated by these people on the left don't folks also okay alexander oh kiss your tests there continues to be postelection analysis of this woman and there's an excellent piece today where does this racism the land can it's by somebody that used to write at national review i'm not sure how you pronounce the first name it's r e h a n i would look at it century han salaam and he's done you know the new york times never even heard of this babe she they one story on this woman during the campaign they didn't even think she had a prayer so there wasn't a whole lot of study of her campaign while it was going on but this guy's gone back and looked at it and it is you know it's kind of interesting to look at the things that she did not campaign on this is the babe that beat the dinosaur democrat joe crowley in the bronx queens district that shook up the democrat party and if you look at the things that she did not campaign on i'll give you a little hint she didn't spend any time on russian collusion she spent no time on trump conspiracies with obstruction collusion none of what the democrat party and the drive bys have been devoted to but there's more we'll be back and just courage to fight and the talent to succeed rush on the network.

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"hans salaam" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"hans salaam" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From calling for a national guard presence at the us mexico border to floating the withdrawal of us troops from syria the president's announcement this week raise more questions than answers and that brings us to the analysis of shields and salaam that is indicated syndicated columnist mark shields and national review executive editor ray han salaam ron welcome to the program and mark you or more than indicated your syndicated so let's start mark with a lead tonight and that is these mixed signals coming from the top of the administration over trade the president putting out the word the white house late last night that they were looking seriously at more taxes more tariffs on china and then the president chief economic adviser larry cudlow say today saying well no no we're still in negotiation how what are we to make of this the president clearly wants to send some sort of signal to china no question about it judy and he has i think it's fair to say larry cudlow is an interesting case i i ran into him he was working in the anti war campaign of saturday gene mccarthy a democrat senator edmund muskie democrat and then became supplyside a free trader with ronald reagan is now whatever donald trump is economically can't be absolutely sure but he's i think his time is short because he's been cast as the interpreter of donald trump and donald trump fences themselves the world's greatest communicator and he doesn't need an interpreter but that having been said i think it's fair to say that china in the short run in the long run is in tougher shape on this than we are because we're a bigger share their market but in the short run which is where we all live especially with november election and the republican majority's hanging by a thread i think the pressure will mount on donald trump politically from his own base i mean these are red states particularly being felton soybeans and the rugby retaliation by the chinese so i think that's where it is politically i mean if you're if you're a republican up for reelection this year and i just point out that more republicans have retired in the year in the year twenty eighteen than any year since nineteen thirty in the middle of the depression which tells.

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"hans salaam" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"hans salaam" Discussed on KPCC

"This plan is generous and humane will also being responsible if you look at us senate majority leader mitch mcconnell statement he seems to mostly be just grateful that president trump is finally putting his views on paper mcconnell's been trying to negotiate this as trump has shifted from position to position and mccall's responsible is down to five thank you for saying that now will work on it but here's what's important house republican ideal is going to ask that's the senate side woodward on a house and they are the majority in the house is like they are on the senate a lot of house republicans are real hardline positions on immigration and there's a lot of scepticism especially from the freedom caucus part of the world who view any sort of path citizenship as amnesty said the key to getting them on board is how much president trump's cells this how much he sticks to this plan so if he comes out in the state of the union next week and says this is what i want they could come around otherwise they may might remain critical to this and pair congressional correspondent scott tetreault thank he's got thank you for joining us now to discuss immigration and some of the other major political stories of the week our right han salaam the executive editor for the national review in a columnist for slate welcome back thanks for having me ari and kimberly atkins chief washington reporter and columnist for the boston herald either i there let's pick up with the white house his immigration proposal as we just heard some lawmakers on the left rejected as heartless while some on the right rejected as amnesty kimberly do you see this as just the first phase of negotiation or is this pretty much dead i mean this is where the negotiations starts but it's hard to see how all sides come together especially once again under a time deadline of february eight before the next government shutdown especially given the hard feelings frankly that the last shutdown left everyone with you had up to a point where chuck schumer for example was trying to meet someplace with president trump and even during that course offered twenty five billion dollars for the wall or whatever you want to call it and has since rescinded that offer then you add the fact that a scott pointed out you have the democrats.

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"hans salaam" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"hans salaam" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Statement that this plan is generous and humane will also being responsible if you look at a senate majority leader mitch mcconnell statement he seems to mostly be just grateful that president trump is finally putting his views on paper mcconnell's been trying to negotiate this as trump has shifted from position to position and macau's responsible is down to thank you for saying this now will work on it but here's what's important house republican ideal is going to ask that's the senate side woodward on house and they are the majority in the house is like they are on the senate a lot of house republicans are real hardline positions on immigration and there's a lot of scepticism especially from the freedom caucus part of the world who view any sort of path citizenship as amnesty said the key to getting them on board is how much president trump's cells this how much he sticks to this plan so if he comes out in the state of union next week and says this is what i want they could come around otherwise they may might remain critical to this and congressional correspondent scott etro thank he's got thank you for joining us now to discuss immigration and some of the other major political stories of the week our right han salaam the executive editor for the national review in a columnist for slate welcome back thanks for having me are and kimberly atkins chief washington reporter and columnist for the boston herald hi there i there let's pick up with the white house immigration proposal as we just heard some lawmakers on a left rejected as heartless whilst them on the right rejected as amnesty kimberly do you see this as just the first phase of a negotiation or is this pretty much dead i mean this is where the negotiations starts but it's hard to see how all sides come together especially once again under a time deadline of february eighth before the next government shutdown i especially given the hard feelings frankly that the last shutdown left everyone with you had up to a point where chuck schumer for example was trying to meet someplace with president trump and even during that course offered twenty five billion dollars for the wall or whatever you want to call it an has since rescinded that offer new you add the fact that a scott pointed out you have the democrats on one side digging in.

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