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"houlihan castro" Discussed on Trumpcast

Trumpcast

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"houlihan castro" Discussed on Trumpcast

"For them. We're gonna take a short break. We come back. More with young castro. This is a word with jason johnson. Stay too to know you could be listening to this show ad. Free all takes a slate plus membership. It's just one dollar for the first month and it helps support our show plus it lets you hear all sleep. Podcast without ads and read unlimited articles on the sleet site without ever hitting a paywall. So sign up now for slate plus at slate dot com slash a word plus that slate dot com slash a word plus listening to a word jason johnson today former hud secretary hulan castro speaking with us about the eviction crisis. So we've talked about the politics of this but this is something secretary that i think a lot of people may not understand when it comes to evictions if you get evicted one time certainly earlier in your life it can have like long term consequences because every other place that you try to rent is going to ask you. Have you been evicted. It can affect your credit. It can affect the other places you live. It can result if you get a victim once as a twenty four year old because you lost your job for a couple of months it means the next place you'd go to may not be as nice. Can you talk a little bit. About what the long term implications are of millions of americans being evicted en masse. If we don't make sure that programs like this last all the way throughout this crisis. I think the most important thing is we know from social science research that housing is foundational. It is the key to stability in people's lives. If you have a safe decent affordable place to live a child is more likely to be able to get a decent education focus on their schooling. Somebody is more likely to be able to hold onto a job or get a job in the first place. Your health is better. If you have a safe decent affordable place to live you know which makes sense and is true so it's foundational. It's the key to a better quality of life across the board. You're also right that there's a domino effect here a domino effect to potentially personal ruin. Somebody gets evicted. Their credit is ruined it. They're not going to be able to get an apartment Because that next apartment manager leasing manager that's looking at their applications sees on their credit record that they were evicted and that's a huge red flag in a market. That is often hot where they have multiple applicants. And you know they don't. They don't need to take this kind of risk in there is it also makes it harder to access credit in the future of somebody's trying to build up to be able to buy a home for instance access to credit for vulnerable communities. Already a huge problem. It becomes even harder. If you haven't eviction on your record not to mention you know the the question of where people go once. They are evicted. If they're lucky they end up being to find a place but the fact is that we had a rental affordability crisis well before this pandemic rents were spiking everywhere just about and it was difficult to find a place in the first place. People end up doubling up with relatives or at a friend's apartment or some people sleep in their vehicles. So i mean it has this cascading effect toward personal ruin and we need to remember that that especially during this pandemic but anytime in our country the consequences of our policy decisions like this are bigger than just where somebody sleeps from one night to the next they often have years long negative effects or positive effects that we get it right on people's lives secretary castro when the power grid went out in texas and hundreds of thousands of people were without power and many people had to go out and try to find places to look for clean. Water attempted to find hotels to stay in that. Were gouging them on prices. It's almost like texas had a dry run for the viskhan crisis that we're facing. Now how well do you think. The leadership has learned anything from the winter storm crisis. And do you think they'll be prepared for the consequences when this eviction moratorium does eventually run out. Texas leadership has failed texans in so many different ways from not being able to maintain the power grid even though we'd seen a preview of this ten years earlier in twenty eleven and state leadership had been warned about the need to require investment. So that this kind of thing wouldn't happen again. Our grid fail. They didn't do that and it did. Fail again spectacularly But you know texas the leadership here. Republican leadership has long prided itself in being a low tax low social services regime. And what that's meant is that we have more people without health insurance Higher rate of lack of health insurance than any other state including children. We have a lot of people who have lost their homes You know lost their apartments during the winter storm or during the economic recession. And then during this pandemic see i mean it's it's a poster child in many ways in what not to do celebrates these winds which are wins in one sense of having investment. Come into places like austin or some other communities and creating jobs that are well paying for folks that are going to go make hundred thousand dollars two hundred thousand dollars but at the same time. There's a growing underclass of people who are not well educated because the schools are failing them who are not healthy because the healthcare system here doesn't serve them. Well they haven't expanded medicaid for instance and who were increasingly homeless unable to access safe decent affordable housing short break. We come back more with julio castro on the eviction crisis this is a word. Would jason johnson stay tuned. You're listening to a word with jason johnson. Today we're talking with former hud secretary and president candidate houlihan castro about the eviction crisis. So this is a an interesting question that i think you are uniquely capable of talking about your part of the obama administration which established a democratic practice of building a new coalition to win presidential elections and most analysts say now look in order to win for a democrat. You gotta get young people. You gotta get round people. You gotta get black people. You gotta get all these different kinds of people involved get elected.

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"houlihan castro" Discussed on Trumpcast

Trumpcast

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"houlihan castro" Discussed on Trumpcast

"This is a word. A podcast from sleep on your host jason johnson as cova crisis chicken and or till millions of americans. It also pushed me the most vulnerable citizens out of work and into economic desperation renters. This other jobs disappear or hours cut face eviction and the health consequences of becoming homeless during a pandemic after much debate. And what some activists foot-dragging on the part of the by the administration. The president finally extended the eviction moratorium this week. Meaning that more. Americans will be able to stay in their homes. One of the people responsible for turning up the heat on the eviction issue is houlihan castro. He's the former mayor of san antonio the former housing and urban development secretary in the obama administration and a twenty twenty presidential candidate. He's now the host of the hour. America podcast houlihan on castro joins us now. Welcome to a word. It's great to be with you. Jason what are your thoughts about the extension of the eviction. Moratorium secretary castro. Does the language. Include everything you hoped for. Do you think it's too late. What do you think of the decision. That came down from the administration this week. It's definitely a positive step out. What the bite administration has done is basically say okay. Look we're not going to extend a nationwide eviction moratorium through the cdc instead what we're gonna do say where you have. Kobe hotspots places where the delta variant especially a surging now the eviction moratorium will apply there. They say that. That covers about ninety percent of americans so look. That's a very positive step. Do i wish that it covered everybody. Yeah i do because there are a lot of people. Those other ten percent of americans in places where cova does not necessarily surging but where we could see a quick uptick within a matter of days or a week or so but either way still a lot of people that are facing eviction No matter where they are in a time when a lot of people are still recovering economically because of the pandemic quite separate and apart from The situation on the ground with covert right now you know. Ninety percent of americans is a lot of americans. I wish we could get to all of the american so there is some still unfinished business. The secretary casper one of the things that is probably strange to a lot of observers is it seemed like for a long time. There was almost like this circular firing squad right the by administration said yeah congress needs to do it and congress like will actually the by the administration needs to do it. Then someone's like well actually. It's the cdc's job. Were you frustrated me. You've been at an administration before. Were you frustrated seeing for weeks in some levels months multiple federal agencies all claiming that they couldn't do anything about this problem. Yeah it was crazy. I mean you had as you say the administration pointing their finger at congress than pointing their finger back within the administration. The word was well. It's really the cdc's decision but the president is asking them to go back and rethink what they're doing. There was a lot of back and forth. And in the meantime you know that what we're talking about is a policy that affects a lot of the most vulnerable americans out there people that are already living on the edge. People that in fact Are more likely to have experienced cova or have a family member that does more vulnerable in general in our healthcare system our education system our employment system and so the stakes were very high. This was a rare for this administration. I think Dropping the ball early on now. You know to their credit. They have come back. And as i said it's a very very positive thing they've done The the amended moratorium. But it shouldn't have taken all the way until the day before or two days before the eviction moratorium was gonna expire for them to make a push with congress to say. Hey look this really should be extended and in the meantime really to extend it themselves the way they have. It never should have lapsed in the first place. What exactly does the eviction moratorium do. Does it just mean. Hey if i haven't paid my rent. I have a couple more months to do it. Do i just have to pay a percentage of my rent. And what does it do if you are a property owner if your property owner and your tenants aren't paying rent is there any sort of protection for you. What what's actually what are the actual mechanics of how an eviction moratorium works. The cdc put an eviction moratorium in place under the auspices of public health. That because of these unique circumstances with cove nineteen pandemic in order to protect the public health. It made sense not to have people thrown out into the street. Basically evicted the moratorium itself. You can think of it like cover. It basically provides cover and says look. You're not going to be kicked out of your home. your apartment. it addresses renters. Homeowners are a different story if they have a mortgage that were protections that were put in place through the fha And f hfa and through people working with their banks that essentially allowed for forbearance for people that have a mortgage here with the eviction. Moratorium we're talking specifically about renters so it provided cover it provided a blanket and said you cannot actually vic somebody this point in time until this point in time the cdc had extended that eviction moratorium three times previously based on the conditions in our country with in nineteen. The fact that we we still weren't over this pandemic completely and now there's a fourth extension although it looks different from the other ones because it's not a fully nationwide extension. It's important that the other side of the equation is in the meantime that congress allocated forty seven billion dollars of rental assistance for renters to be able to avail themselves of funds. People who were behind on rent and buy one count. We had about twenty three billion dollars. A background with the average renter. Owing thirty eight hundred dollars in back rat just to give you a sense of how dire the circumstances for a lot of people for thirty eight hundred dollars for most people. I mean you do not right you know you might as well ask him for a million dollars so these funds that were granted out to the states and from the states into localities were meant to provide a bridge So that people would have the resources they need. The problem was that problem has been that only about seven percent of those funds have actually been allocated in many ways. It's been government living up to the worst reputation. Look i'm somebody who believes in the power of government to do good to help people to make things better but we have to acknowledge that. Sometimes you do have examples where there's too much red tape. They make the application too difficult too cumbersome. There's not enough outreach. Especially in vulnerable communities that can be hard to reach any way and for those reasons and others. i'm sure this system has been Subpar by far so a lot of the pressure for extending this moratorium has come from both the fact that we've seen a surge in the corona virus but then also hey these funds are still out there and they're not getting to the people that actually need them finally. With regard to landlords these funds do get into the hands of landlords. These funds are paid till hand lords Most of the ways that the programs are structured are that they go oftentimes directly to the landlords on top of that there's other assistance for landlords for instance many of them who may have a note on a building may get forbearance themselves through a federal program or through their bank. So it's important to note that especially for a lot of these mom and pop landlords who may own a single family home or duplex or four plex. You know not. Everybody is a big corporation. Many of these these mom and pop landlords there were also protections and assistance. Put in place.

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"houlihan castro" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"houlihan castro" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"So congress passed a bill that that find funds it the president's on it the goal is to get a shipment of planes full of people every three days before the. Us is fully out of afghanistan now. Us is mostly out of afghanistan already. these people are already in peril some of them. They don't all live in the center of kabul Some of them can't get into their cities because they're surrounded by taliban. Do you believe the intent. Is there now to do the do right by them. Do you believe we'll get done. I don't know i look. That's the big unanswered question. It's the one that i ask anyone who has a voice or a pathway to the president to ask how are we going to save the people outside of kabul. The afghan military can't do it. They're currently losing the country to the taliban and the afghan people can't make the journey. If they do they're likely going to die. Those who have already attempted it have been murdered. So that leaves it up to us and it really comes down to this. Do we have the courage and conviction to do. What's necessary here and i fear what's necessary may be. We need to have to send back in military forces and retake airfields and territory that we held mere weeks ago and that is hard to swallow for a lot of us who wanted to bring this water conclusion but we have to end it honorably and that means we've got to save these people's lives. We should never have left in the first place without taking them with us and we still have the means to save them. They're still lives but we can't save them once they're dead. That's how comes down to them or are we going to let them die in fairness a lot of people. I mean one of the failures of the way we think about this. Is there a lot of americans who don't know their own brothers and sisters fighting in this war let alone that there are these translators who were helping american's what do they face if your translator who helped american troops our diplomats you in some other way useful to the american presence there and you're not inside kabul. What do you have to do to get out. You can't get the second largest sitting afghanistan's can't heart. If you go on facebook youtube and google what's going on right now just live. You know video from your seats. Running gunfight understanding. These people are surrounded if you work for the americans for even a day. The taliban consider it to be a death sentence. They consider to be a traitor to islam. It is their religious duty to kill you and your entire family. They're going to murder. These people are not being hyperbolic. We have the ability to save them. But i'm gonna tell you right now. They don't have the ability to save themselves off to us. We will continue to cover this story so that the pressure is on to get every last one of them out there safely and save them from death. Major matt's eller. Thanks for the work. You do he's the. Us army veterans the co founder of the group. No one left behind working very very hard to make sure that there's a good outcome to the story. Thanks for being with us. We'll be right back. Stay with us tonight. But we'll see you tomorrow and sunday morning from eight to ten. Am eastern on my show. I'll take you live to texas to talk to obama cabinet secretary houlihan. Castro's he joins the final leg of the voting rights march and rally on the texas state capitol and to washington dc to talk to texas democratic state representative jasmine crockett. The show weeknights at nine on.

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"houlihan castro" Discussed on The Mark Levin Show

The Mark Levin Show

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"houlihan castro" Discussed on The Mark Levin Show

"Katie hill. But i've called mike's office. I've asked him to step up to the line You call his people. They have no idea what's going on. It's very disappointing. Well and this is how they knock off one district after another. look. I understand the democrat. And you'll see the howling by their surrogates. Their their phony front groups like media matters of their phony media types who also are trying to say trying to say anything. We're observing. what's taking place. We're observing what's taking place and this is what the rest of the country can look forward to when you vote for these democrats. Now you have to understand your voting for entities said have been spawned by marxism. This is the idea the centralization of power power in the party changing the demographics changing the zoning systems centralizing power destroying a what. I call as as i said many federalism or towns and so forth responsible for their own communities. And that's exactly what's happening. Thank you for your call so you all over this country who live in the suburbs. Who vote for this party democrat party. They don't care this is all they know. This is all they did. You see donald trump's tweet tweet you idiot. Do you understand what the other party trying to do. Let us continue showing that's go to reg. East hampton new york the great. Wabc go hi martin toys. Your pleasure In regard to that gentleman was saying julian castro when he was the head of hood laid it out in one sentence he said and it's on tape In public speech she made The the suburbs are two white and two wealthy. And we're going to fix that or change. All that i forget the exact words but those are exact words it all stems from the agenda say fidel or julian. Castro houlihan castro. Okay the the. Yeah the guy when he was head of how they think he was right after cuomo nine. Oh go ahead by the way mark. And i make an aside. I think i know where you would sit in. The pantheon of the founders between samuel adams and patrick henry except you also have a law degree so It's let me say that's good company. Awfully nice we'll never know will. We should take pants with cheering like they did. I'm trying. that's the whole point of america marxism. I've said many times. I was born in the wrong time. But maybe not. Maybe maybe maybe we'll fight back. I wanna thank you for your excellent. Call my friend thank you. That's the whole point of american marxism. Sam adams patrick henry. Yes we shall see. I'll be right back. Amac the association.

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"houlihan castro" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:04 min | 2 years ago

"houlihan castro" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Week as we cover this week's Democratic National Convention, Joe Biden accepted the Democratic presidential nomination on Thursday night speaking in his home state of Delaware. The former vice president urged the country to quote overcome the season of darkness as the country faces four simultaneous crises the Kovic pandemic, the worst economic crisis since the depression climate change and systemic racism. Each issue was addressed during the final night at the Virtual Democratic National Convention California Governor Gavin newsom spoke about the deadly wildfires ravaging his state. About a mile or so away from one of over three hundred seventy while fires that were battling here in the state of California. We are just coming off a record week a heatwave that led to a hundred and thirty degree temperatures. Highest temperature ever recorded in California arguably the world's history here in our state, the are getting hotter that drives are getting drier climate change is real if you are in denial about climate change up to California Representative Deb Howland of New Mexico became the first native American congresswoman to address a political convention. Voting sacred by people know that weren't universally granted the right to vote until nineteen, sixty two and that fundamental right is more important than ever. Whether your ancestors have been here for hundreds of years or you're a new citizen no. This whether we vote and how we vote will determine if our nation's promise of social racial and environmental justice will outlast US former presidential candidate Senator Cory. Booker New Jersey accused president trump of failing to help working people. Working People are under attack. The, wealth gap grows or. middle-class shrinks and poverty persists. Last week Donald Trump said and I quote our economy is doing good. While forty million Americans at risk of losing their homes, thirty million aren't getting enough to eat and five point four million people have lost their healthcare because of this crisis. He has failed us. Senator Cory Booker also took part in a taped conversation with six of his former presidential rivals Amy Klobuchar Budi Judge Bernie Sanders Andrew Yang, Lisbeth Warren and better a rourke former housing secretary. Houlihan Castro the only Latin next presidential candidate in the twenty twenty race was not invited congresswoman Costa. Gabbard was also not invited to speak at the convention even though she won two pledged delegates. The former Republican mayor of New York Mike Bloomberg who spent more than a billion dollars on his failed bid to win the Democratic presidential nomination was given one of the most prominent speaking spots on the final night in one of the most moving moments of the night at thirteen year old boy from New Hampshire name. Brayden. Harrington talked about how Joe Biden had personally helped him. Without Joe Biden I won't be talking to you today. About a few months ago I met him in New Hampshire. He told me that we were members of the same club. We we. Serve. Stutter is really amazing to hear that someone like me became. Advice. Para Para Apparent president. He told me about. A book of poems by AIDS, he read aloud to practice. He showed me how he marks his addresses to make them easier to say loud so I did the same thing today we all want the world feel matter. We need the world to feel better. Under story kid and then the short amount of time Joe Biden may moving for constantly bus on. Bother me my whole life. Joe Biden cared. The Democratic National Convention ended with former Joe Biden speaking with the former vice president Joe Biden, speaking in Wilmington Delaware. Good evening. Bella Baker a giant of the civil rights movement. Left us with this wisdom. Give people late. They will find the way. Give people. Like Those are words for our time. The current president cloaked American darkness for much too long. Too much anger too much fear too much division. Here now I give you my word. If you entrust me with the presidency, I will draw the best of us not the worst. I'll be an ally of the light, not the darkness. It's time for us for we the people to come together. And make no mistake. United we can and will overcome. This season of darkness in America. We'll choose hope over fear. Facts over fiction fairness over privilege. I'm a proud Democrat. And I'll be proud to carry the banner of our Party into the general election. Shows great honor and humility. I. Accept this nomination for President of the United States of America. While Democratic candidate, I will be an American president. I'll work hard for those who didn't support me as hard for them as I did for those who did vote for me. That's the job of a president. To Represent All of us. Not just our base or Party. This. Is Not a partisan moment. This must be an American moment. To moment the calls for hope and light and love. Hope for our. Future. Light to see our way forward and love for one another. America's just a collection of clashing interest of red states or blue states. Were so much bigger than that. We're so much better than that. No, nearly a century ago. Franklin Roosevelt. pledged new deal in a time of massive unemployment uncertainty and fear. Stricken by disease stricken by a virus. FDR insisted that he would recover and prevail and he believed America could as well and he did and we can as well. As campaign isn't just about winning votes. It's about winning the heart and yes, the soul of America. When you need it for the generous among us not to selfish one unit for workers keep this country going not just the privileged shoe at the top. One for those communities who have known these injustice of a Neon, the neck. For All the young people. Of known only America being a rising inequity and shrinking opportunity. They deserve the experience of America's promise. They deserve to experience it in full. You know no generation never knows what history will ask of it. All we can never know is whether we're ready when that moment arrives. And now history has delivered us to one of the most difficult moments America's ever faced. Four four historic crises also the same time. A perfect storm. Worst pandemic and over one hundred years the worst economic crisis, the Great Depression. The most compelling call for racial justice since the sixties and the undeniably realities and. Just. Accelerating threats of.

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"houlihan castro" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

07:25 min | 2 years ago

"houlihan castro" Discussed on The Takeaway

"So I just wanted to call attention to that. Because often, the conversation is about diversity. Inclusion or climate in institutions but I think it's important to say that the bottom line of this conversation is power. Francis I wanted to play you a clip from an interview. I did with Houlihan Castro just a couple of weeks ago. If it has to do with immigration there all right there, you know you're getting a lot of coverage. Hey, know, let's figure out what Latinos have to say about this, but if it deals with something else. Whether it's police, islands or jobs in the economy or health care or Technology or you name it well. That's not really you know that's not gain unless you've. They're not gonNA. They're not gonNA. Focus oftentimes on that aspect of that issue with regard to Latinos Francis. That's Julio. Castro was referring there to media. Coverage of the narratives that we hear would I'd love to hear your thoughts on his statement right there. Well, that's absolutely Morumbi work We found repeated the that in news coverage in broadcast or sixty two percent of stories are often about immigration crime, not being the victim of police brutality would be criminals or targeted as criminals, and disasters. That's actually a third major thematic, usually associated with US territories, like Puerto Rico or nations in Latin America and often those stories about disaster when their political disasters are still covered through. Through our what we call call Cold War Lens so in that sense, you're threatening as criminal, illegal or undocumented, immigrant or a communist, and you know so yes, absolutely, that's that's the Lens and what's interesting about that. In the long arc of the studies that we have done is that these narratives are what we could call danger at the border have been president cinema since the invention of of motion pictures and And and what I find interesting, is that that danger of the border thematic? That was so crucial to the success of Hollywood. In the silent era. It was clearly fueling prophets for the studios at now lives pretty comfortably in the newsrooms. It's one of the places. Were that narrative that there's a threat at the border that's going to overwhelm the US in Psalm. Disastrous way gets continuously reproduced. Esmerelda you are actually doing the work. Work your reporting your reporting in Los. Angeles when you hear a hooligan customers say this, I. Mean you're the person that's coming up with ideas that's going out into the field and actually doing the reporting. Have you found that as a challenge to get past narratives that are limited to immigration, not to suggest that those stories are not important, but that the to be a broader lens when covering Latinos in this country. Every day. you know I. I've been doing this work for about twelve years now at the La Times and and it's it's. It's the kind of work or nuance more layers that means sitting in Latinos, living rooms on their couches for hours listening to their lives, and you know here now laid such a. it's such a you know. A special place I mean that permeate everything about l.. A. Our schools are close to eighty percent Latino. Forty percent of people speak Spanish in their homes, nearly fifty percent of those affected by police, violence or Latino it's it's really inexcusable that we have so many departments at the Elliott critical departments like camping twenty twenty courts police. Crime Investigations Latin. America Washington DC I could go on that have. have either zero or only one that the you know staffer and and though we do incredible work especially in these last couple years, we've been doing really really good work. across the nation. Absolutely I love everything that France has just said I mean they were either holiday proxy, or they talk about our Burritos, and are you know you know that? No, not even about the. But but you know we're statistical. Figures where these kind of mysterious kind of shadows monolithic shadows in society when we're one out of five folks in the US or Latino. So as one of the ways of the few ways that Latino. Journalists around the country, convene is through the National Association of Hispanic. Journalists Is it enough for us as Latino journalists are, they is the organization enough to for us to get this type of representation and everything else that we're looking for. Well? You know that that's a big question. It's an important question I know that when for example when I look at the foundation of our paper and I think there's probably brings true for a number of other newspapers. It's it's it's really such a such a deep rooted issue. Not It goes beyond the hiring promotion retention storytelling it also goes to. To you know. Where are we advertising? You know our newspapers brand. What events revolting in the community? What presidents do we have a local high school? What interns are we allowing in the room? And so the gathering of organizations like a Shea, those conventions are very meaningful. I mean that's that's how I got just about everything all my connections and my At different papers that I that I played in have come from that networking I've done at those at those conferences, but I feel like you know we. We absolutely have to have other channels so that we can. We can support more of our young aspiring journalists so that we can talk about marketing research. And what do Latinos What can? What can we do to have that? He knows reviews, papers and listened to you know mainstream radio, and and and and also television news So it's it. There's so many different. Places along the pipe where there's it just it's broken and so There does have to be far more A three sixty view, and and that definitely takes a whole lot more than gathering once a year at a conference center and having one organization. It's too much for for for for just you know one organization to take on. We've been talking about mainstream English speaking media so far, but Latino media in it of itself are also places. That are rife with obviously their fill of Latinos, but there are other issues that are happening there, namely in terms of the racial lack of diversity and in terms of the sexism. That happens there. So how do we aware to those stand today places division. Right, so there was a social media outrage against some of the Spanish TV coverage of the recent rising against police brutality. Many people were seen anti blackness and a very conservative coverage with a focus on the little destruction that was happening a not on the overwhelming peacefulness off. They protest, so we actually putting together a committee and Francis part of it in a couple of weeks to create a document with recommendations for Spanish language media on how to cover race stories outside and within the. The community, so representations you said it's a big painting issue in Spanish language media particularly, if you look at the TV shows me on another local TV shows, you see very few Brown and black faces on TV. I believe India colonies. The only after Latina who is the core of a.

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"houlihan castro" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

12:25 min | 2 years ago

"houlihan castro" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Joe Biden has won the democratic primary in South Carolina that's according to a projection by the Associated Press you're listening to special coverage of the primary from NPR news I'm Michelle Martin broadcasting from South Carolina public radio in Colombia and I'm certainly canon in Washington former vice president Joe Biden needed a win today and he got one and I'll be looking to re energize his campaign after early stumbles in Iowa and New Hampshire I'm going to go now to Anson gun who was our president Obama's then candidate Obama's two thousand eight South Carolina political director Mister John thank you so much for talking to us thank you for having me speaking of of our energy what did you attribute Joe Biden's win here too I mean you I know you've talked about the importance of ground game in South Carolina you certainly were all of the masters of that but what do you think was the relevant factor here for Joe Biden yeah so I would say two things ground game is paramount in South Carolina if Joe Biden had one of our senior Obama team members that ran his operation here in South Carolina gentleman by the name of Jindal Corley I think that helped them tremendously but I think the main thing that helps your body is that black voters were within a hundred some exit poll that said he received sixty percent of the black vote in South Carolina which is monumental and I think we can definitely attribute as a congressman Jim Clyburn the doors right over the last week or so as well as the amount of circuit city that come into the state and so black voters of the base of the Democratic Party they have kind of demonstrated that over and over again that if they are with you you have a chance at the nomination and a chance to win the overall elections but if they're not with you and you don't have much of a chance the pontiff says and I think Joe Biden gave themselves a huge boost up for super Tuesday because he did so well with black voters and I think I take it that prior to tonight's results you were actually somewhat skeptical that this would actually happen am I right about that yes you you're exactly right because I I tell you I have a small focus groups particularly African American women who are the biggest part of the democratic electorate in the biggest part of the base here is I have a small internal focus group of friends that I asked them where they were and they were all undecided up until about seventy two hours ago I mean completely undecided so I thought that they would probably split and go to different places transpire shoes you know people judge I thought it would go a lot of places and after checking in with all of them today they all say that they voted for Joe by and what was a relevant factor for them what why did they say that that was their choice at the end of the day what are bigger it was a combination of two things number one as southerners people are generally pragmatic we really want to find success that benefits everybody and so they saw Joe is the pragmatic candidates who can continue to move the conversation forward in the same way that Barack Obama moved the conversation forward and I think secondarily been wanted someone with some executive experience some experience that they felt like would help them to leave the country particularly of the corona virus it's starting to creep up and so those are some of the things that I heard images really wanted someone really strong with experience that they were familiar with the new had a commitment today after the market community and have been supportive long term and I think that's what they found in your body speaking of Morocco bomb what do you think that what do you think that the former president's going to do I mean do you feel I mean I'm assuming that you talked to him from time to time I'm not asking you to speak for him now but do you think that he should come out sooner rather than later Luba brought he's not that's correct birkebeiner the statesman and he knows the benefit of a competitive primary issue actually is what helps him to be a successful nominee and also to win the election in two thousand they is because you have to run through a gauntlet to beat the other equipment Chris Darden and all these other candidates that were in in two thousand and eight so he fundamentally believes that a competitive primary is good for you it actually helps prepare you for the haymakers in the in the local that you're going to take in the general election and so he wants this to be a competitive primary process and he's going to stay out of the way values you know one other that I believe is that if we end up every brokered convention because no one is able to get to one thousand nine hundred and ninety one delegates on the first ballot Brock Obama is going to have to be that calm and poise that helped to broker the dimension and that's why I think he will be and that's why I think you'll stay out of it until the process works itself out that's engine down he was the political director for then candidate press then candidate senator Barack Obama in two thousand eight who of course went on to become a two term president as a gun thanks so much for talking to us in our for your insights you're welcome and I'm gonna go back to our analyst here at our studios in Columbia South Carolina Ron Elving and Scott Huffman times tired Ron Elving when we last spoke with you you said this is somebody who we should be talking about what his motives billionaire businessman and philanthropist played a big role here made a big stand here seem to really connect emotionally with people here results are still coming in but why do you think we should be talking about him we should be talking about him because he that his campaign on South Carolina every bit as much as Joe Biden did in the end because he put twenty three million dollars into ads here in South Carolina digital as well as television he was everywhere but he was particularly targeting the black community he said that's where I can take votes away from Joe Biden that's where maybe some of the other candidates won't be other candidates will take white votes away from Joe Biden but I can go after Biden's black bass that did not seem to happen although he did supposedly get a substantial fraction of the vote maybe fourteen percent or something like that among black voters that's certainly nothing like what he had in mind and he did such a good job not only of spending that twenty three million dollars but also spending a great deal of his time in the community in South Carolina week after week not just the last few days he's really gone after he really saw this as his opportunity and justice and what do you read from that that this really was Joe Biden's firewall what do you read what do you read that there is that phrase that we heard from the professor's book a moment ago steadfast voters the voters of South Carolina and particularly the African American voters here are people with long memories and deep loyalties and they felt more comfortable with Joe Biden and when when that endorsement from Jim Clyburn came in he said I know Joe you know Joe but most importantly he knows us that line really resonated so I have one what's on your mind well the you know the Tom Steiner issue I think you really was pulling some votes away from buying but they were loosely connected also think about those number of undivided Tom's diner was simply at the top of mind of a lot of people because all the money spent but they were committed to Steiger voters and I believe a lot of them it took nothing more than the knowledge from the elder statesman here in South Carolina to push them over to Joe Biden and so again that speaks to the week attachment that people had to Tom's tire the money can buy you name recognition but when push comes to shove when you have somebody you trust push you towards a candidate you were going to make that leap we only have a couple seconds left here but that makes me wonder about Mike Bloomberg who is competing going forward and has the endorsement of the number of high profile people including the mayor of the city that we're sitting in now I thought about that anybody but it was not a valid here so we didn't get a good measure of that we'll get a much better better measure in the six states in the south where there are substantial black populations that are going to be voting on Tuesday all right Ron Elving Scott Huffman hope you stay with someone else is gonna go back to Washington DC inserm account good evening I'm Sarah McCammon and I'm joined now by Houlihan Castro former HUD secretary housing and urban development secretary under president Obama and also a former twenty twenty presidential candidate in the democratic primary hello there secretary Castro great to be with you and you are tell us where you are right now if you would please I am actually on the road in Texas we're hitting several different city these days for senator Warren and you've been you've course endorsed senator Elizabeth Warren you have been with her on the road you're going to for a rally in San Antonio recently where you're the the former mayor as well she's in Houston today looking ahead to super Tuesday putting less emphasis on the South Carolina primary what do you see as her chances at this point well what I see is a campaign that has been built to last she invested in strong organizing putting more than a thousand staff members at thirty one different states you've visited about thirty states the campaign Arshi resources here at the Texans the course and the other big parts of super Tuesday which is California but also the other we're going to go on super Tuesday and after that that'd be great the doctor a lot of debate I think she has a moment of numbers reflect that so I believe that you can do well he states that he it out before you come in like ninety five percent of the delegate or did you miss presidential nominating process R. C. are still to be awarded they haven't been awarded yet so you know this was a good night for vice president by no doubt but there is plenty of opportunity still on super Tuesday after that senator Warren and other also during Castro of senator Warren was pulling in around nine percent in South Carolina behind Biden Sanders and inspire we'll see where the final results come in tonight but you know with numbers like that what is her pitch to voters who see this race is really starting to shape up between Biden and Sanders why it why age should they give her a shot okay grandchildren you have progressive ideas she said on the debate stage a few days but they're popular ideas there are progressive ideas and progressive results and she's the only one to complain both of those things I believe that if progress is to step back and look at you know that does become bus person by yeah I have a better chance of your progressive of backing a candidate compared with each other in the primary support almost one because she has greater reach not only the energy but into I think the middle and can consolidate more that support and that's why I think that after what happened in South Carolina if people actually productions are there take a strong look at once before how do data size of though do you think next Tuesday will be for her what's important but there's no doubt about that and she's been working hard decisions you still there the other states are voting Tuesday here's something like forty percent of the delegates reported Tuesday so it is big she's invested in the organizers there I'd been out to several of the states your body as he produced a Colorado well yeah there's a lot of issues yes it for her SO would so many ways it represents a great opportunity for seven I've been talking with the former housing and urban development secretary and former democratic presidential candidate William Castro thank you so much for talking with us thank you I'm gonna go now to my colleague Pam Fessler NPR national correspondent covering voting issues fans here in the studio hi Pam hi Sarah so one of the big questions of course after Iowa we're we're really focused on how voting goes how to go tonight in South Carolina yeah I actually seems to have gone quite smoothly as you know South Carolina was one of a number of states this year that's moved to all new voting equipment they've gotten rid of their old touch screen machines for the first time this year they're using machines equipment that produce paper ballots a lot of this at most states are moving in that direction because of security concerns and so there was you know people were a little worried with all the voters having.

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Iowa caucuses early results: Buttigieg and Sanders are leading

Erin Burnett OutFront

05:35 min | 2 years ago

Iowa caucuses early results: Buttigieg and Sanders are leading

"Breaking News As we await Joe Biden was first remark since we received early results from Iowa Senator Bernie Sanders campaign says. It's optimistic. That rival Buddha judge will not be declared the winner of the state a senior sanders campaign official telling. CNN quote will be in first. When it's all counted the campaign also touting sanders lead in the raw vote total out front now democratic no credit congresswoman Pramilla Paul? She's endorsed Bernie Sanders for president. And I appreciate your time as always so right now. The numbers we have sixty two percent in so obviously thirty eight percents still to go. Sanders is in second at twenty five point one percent of the vote. Will you accept the results if the margin remains this tight but a judge right now only at Twenty six point nine when that is incredibly tight. Will you accept those results. If that's how tight is with Buddha judges winner well I think all I know is what I saw in Iowa uh-huh and what I see in the numbers which is that Bernie Sanders is incredibly popular. He is winning the raw vote. I saw across Iowa Barnstorm Iowa Iowa was in some parts of Rural Iowa. You know in a in a little rural town and there's a hundred people down in a dark basement grady to go campaign for him the enthusiasm from from young voters from folks of color. People who traditionally have not participated in democracy. I think was was really encouraging. So I remain confident Bernie. Sanders will pull it out in the end. And I just think it's a real shame that we are still waiting because obviously the momentum from Iowa on matters to New Hampshire and on this issue of how well sanders is doing in the popular vote. Obviously up their delegates is what determines the winner of the state but he is up on popular. Vote Right now. I want to look at the map again though congresswoman just to get your reaction to this when you see the county's Buddha judges winning you can see now in that that kind of Pale Green gene which dominates the state of Iowa. Then let's just look at the one. Sanders is winning in blue. And obviously you got a lot of people in those but when you look at breadth across the estate Buddha judge so far is is dominating I mean there's there's no other way to put it when you look at those colors. Well I think one of the things we have to remember and I love Iowa but Iowa Iowa doesn't necessarily represent everywhere else in the country. We have an enormous number of base voters. Young voters folks of color. Who I think this is the turning point for the Democratic Party? We have to decide if we are going to engage in inspire those people so that we can bring them into the system and make the kinds of structural reforms that Bernie Sanders is pushing and an. I think that it is very important that we don't forget that. At the end of the day the Democratic Party base is is critically important we cannot take them for granted we have to expand the electorate. If we are going to make this country work for people again Erin so I wanna ask you. I know obviously. So you're hoping he comes out on top and you're very measured person But the presence team has been trying to push narrative. The caucuses rigged right. Eric Trump tweeted mark. My words their rigging this thing what a mess and Senator Sanders himself has used that word many times rigged in reference to the two thousand sixteen primary being rigged against him just just the other day his senior adviser Jeff. Weaver was complaining about a rules. Change the change that allows Bloomberg to be on the Democratic debate stage in Nevada and weaver said in part quote. That's the definition of a rigged system. Do you agree or do you think that that word is being thrown around way too much. The Sanders campaign should back off it as well because it's hurting faith in the system. Well I think the economy is rigged. I have thought that for a long time when you have three people in the country. Aaron who have the same combined wealth as one hundred in sixteen million Americans that's rigged economy now I think the DNC and I said this publicly the DNC changed the rules in this situation but how come the the DNC didn't change the rules in order to get cory booker or Houlihan Castro to be up on the stage so that we would have a diversity of presidential candidates and I think that these are the kinds of decisions that matter. Do you think that was really based on race that they rigged that on race. Is that what you're implying not. I'm just saying that if if rules are changed were for a billionaire than I don't know why they can't be changed to ensure that we have diversity that represents the breath and depth of the Democratic Party. I don't know they elite because they went off of polls which which of course Tom Perez was very open about right but he went off polls so we didn't look at the color of someone skinny looked at how they were doing in the polls. Do you not buy that argument argument. Well I just think look Tom. Perez is a good friend. I think he's done a great job and many levels. But I think that these are the kinds of things that reinforced enforce distrust of the democratic. Party we are trying to do everything. We can to unify the Democratic Party but when there are things like this that happened when there are big mistakes like using an APP in Iowa that apparently was never tested for for the kind of turnout that we were expecting tame and then you have a mess. That doesn't provide us with a winner sixties before the next primary election and these states understand I come from Washington state. We're not until until the middle of March but these dates determine so much about the future of the election and so I just think we have to be incredibly careful about making sure where we are really doing everything possible to show that we appreciate our base that we appreciate the diversity and that we are committed to making sure everyone is a part of our democracy Kung giant. I appreciate your time tonight. Thank you very

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"houlihan castro" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

12:24 min | 2 years ago

"houlihan castro" Discussed on 600 WREC

"A year and if it means if you miss something if you're in the middle of the show and someone calls on the telephone or if your boss says you know I'd appreciate it if you get at least you know make the potential doing twenty minutes to work today and so yes Sally have to turn it down you can always catch up with anything you missed you can scour rushes vast archives three decades of getting it right on the stuff that matters and tons of good stuff in there that's the perfect Amaro if you'll forgive a little bit of a a a militaristic an allergy little bit of a do we did we don't wanna get too carried away with that but the dates metaphorical ammo for firing back at your misguided chums from the left when they insist that your wrong on everything you can use old rushes vast store of knowledge from is vast archives to explain why in fact you all right and they're wrong in a in a friendly in a friendly way you know want to go back to tune by again to stop threatening to put them up against the wall or anything like that don't you know you know what to me is so violent and un pleasant as these nine year old Swedish school girls can convey but you all you gotta do got a rush twenty four Russian Modoc com and sign up fat rush twenty four seven and by the way when you when you download rushes app a while you think about it the start of a new year it's available at the apple store or at Google play I am not so and that's very important this is a guy he Houlihan Castro I this is breaking news at the top of the show you know that the thing is when you do a show like rushes this is why he's so good at it you basically you go to know everything about everything because I goal the all the subjects can be thrown at you from a so would you might be on top of economics and somebody might thirty a foreign policy issue you might be on family sound ground on the Iranian nuclear programme and then somebody will follow some culture wars abortion question it's very difficult stand on top of it we have breaking news when the show began an hour and a half ago that Huyen Castro had to had ended his presidential campaign and I said wait a minute who's who in the end Castro because everybody looks at me as if I'm an idiot because I didn't know he was like the top rated guy in the democratic primary campaign he was pull a polling at point oh two percent then I thought about it and I remain today he's the guy he's the he's the guy he was the soup up and around as he was actually quite good to have in these debates because his pad the rig was so much better than the other guys pandering that he pulled the same be saved cabinets over to the side of extreme total lunacy to the point where that guy yeah well she called Beto actually apologize for being born at one point when she should do about it Castro was the one who is said we had to expand abortion access to trans gender women now if you think about it just in case you're not up on it because I find it all a bit confusing a transgender woman is someone who was born a male so to a a a a a a male is not born with the womb so when you transition no matter how fabulous you breast implants may be a you don't actually wind up with the womb so even if your a Democrat and you'd love to abort your baby you con Agra Yemen actually go to wound to have a baby to a bolt in so this is actually the the kind of bias and bigotry that transgender women live with live with you know people say that except it is fully fledged women in that case why calmly get abortions in Castro was the only one addressing this vital issue of fact and they will figure that out they will figure the left will figure it will stop thinking about it and figure out a way and eventually you will read a headline about the first transgender woman to get an abortion at sooner or later and the interesting thing about this is how far people like Hootie and Castro can because he'd figured that he was this was the only way he could get any traction in the democratic primary he talked about transgender women of color now right Dan that's a real knee sh market anybody can talk about transgender women anybody can talk about women of color he was the only one talking map transgender women of color and then call me Boca decided well I don't want Huyen Castro getting to the left a man transgender women of color and said Cory Booker started saying we don't talk enough about transgender women of color and the answer to that is well in the Democratic Party debate well would be enough talk about transgender women of color and the answer is you can never have enough talk about transgender women of color it wouldn't matter if there was a second nine eleven tomorrow the Democrats would still want to talk about transgender women of color that's that's the that's the logic of where identity politics leads that eventually you actually you have transitioned yourself you've transitioned the political discourse the public discourse of the nation into into a failed the bears absolutely no relation to reality this was actually why trump won the nomination and the election last time round there's a lot of things that people were talking about on the Republican side didn't matter to anyone I'm a bit blight cata Lindsey Graham he wanted boots on the ground in and Chad or Nigel wave it was legal people that come remember which one it was and I'm sorry if you'll from Chad all night Genya thinking I mean different to your needs but in the end if your in a broken down town with the mills closed when the factories close when nothing's going on then did Lindsey Graham's obsession with boots on the ground in channel knowledges salsa seem a little older than you think will you know there is fifty states in America and a few cherry trees and what not besides isn't that enough for people to be focused on instead of the two hundred countries around America and then you go to the sun the sun Lindsey Graham isn't told him and anything that matters to you always connected with where you live for the days of your lives so then you switch on the Democrats I'm talking about abortion rights full transgender women they're talking about they talk about access to abortion for people who are not biologically capable of having an abortion but the could you comment on abortion doesn't mean you shouldn't have access to having an abortion that's where the Democrats are and it's that image again it's nothing to do with you or how you live your life okay yeah you know gays lesbians say you're on T. mobile it is always a bit all that didn't marry and then she had that can get a companion that she sort of hung around with for a few years and nobody like too much but we will try to be polite to family gatherings you've you've actually met some of the beginning of the L. G. B. T. quality coalition by the time you get to abortion rights for transgender women you were flown the coop of anything that people out there in the states to determine this election have experience and that's where the Democrats reducing themselves to the mall they the more they talk about this right now trump has this election in the bag because impeachment the Democrat based on paramount impeachment I'm I'm I look at I you know I've been doing a little guest hosting on the telly the last few days so it us up a little bit more attention to the ratings than they used to and I I find it interesting when you're just some like third right Canadian guest hosts and you can call by Rachel Maddow now in the ratings I Rachel Maddow now was actually super competitive with the fox shows two years ago at the door of the trump presidency and she went all in all Russia pollution the steel dossier and all the rest of that and hello ratings a supersize side so because the lousy Canadian guest stars is any big Dale it's actually because the the the leftist base as sort of this whole time and not tuning in to Rachel Maddow and the MSNBC shows and that that in itself I think is a striking indicator the left leg she won the socialist stuff they won't open borders they want government healthcare they want the real deal and the impeachment doesn't do it for them but what impeachment does is super motivate the trump face because if you tell if you tell half the country you're going to undo the results of the twenty sixteen election all you do is actually motivate trump's base for the twenty twenty election so we've got a super motivated trump base and we've got I believe a disheartened Democrat base and all those swing voters in the middle who is switch on the TV and see these not so is talking about abortion rights for people who come on even capable of aborting a baby they love to abort a baby it's so unfair that real women get to abort their babies at nine months and I'm going to all the trouble of transitioning and having hormone treatment for breast implants having the old wedding tackle this slipped off and I still got a bolt upright I'm I may be fascinating to certain hard core members of the Democrat cleat but it isn't going to win any elections for them my son in for us we'll take your cold straight ahead you're listening to the EIB network six hundred W. 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"houlihan castro" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

10:44 min | 2 years ago

"houlihan castro" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"A year and if it means if you miss something if you're in the middle of the show and someone calls on the telephone or if your boss says you know I'd appreciate it if you get at least you know bank the pretends to doing twenty minutes to work today and so yes Sally have to turn it down you can always catch up with anything you missed you can scour rushes vast archives three decades of getting it right on the stuff that matters and tons of good stuff in there that's the perfect Amaro if you'll forgive a little bit of a a a militaristic gap analogy little bit of a do we did we don't wanna get too carried away with that but the dates metaphorical ammo for firing back at your misguided chums from the left when they insist that your wrong on everything you can use all rush is vast store of knowledge from is vast archives to explain why in fact you all right and they're wrong in a in a friendly in a friendly way you know want to go back to tune bag and stop threatening to put them up against the wall or anything like that don't you know you know wanna be as violent and un pleasant as these nine year old Swedish school girls can convey but you all you gotta do got a rush twenty full Rush Limbaugh dot com and sign up fat rushed twenty four seven and by the way when you when you download rushes app a while you're thinking about at the start of a new year it's available at the apple store all at Google play I am not so and that's very important this is a guy he Houlihan Castro I this is breaking news at the top of the show you know that the thing is when you do a show like rushes this is why he's so good at it you basically you go to know everything about everything because I goal the all the subjects can be thrown at you from a so you might be on top of economics and somebody might for your foreign policy issue you might be on family sound ground on the Iranian nuclear programme and then somebody will follow some culture wars abortion question it's very difficult stand on top of it we have breaking news when the show began an hour and a half ago that Hootie and Castro had to had ended his presidential campaign and I said wait a minute who's who in the end Castro because everybody looks at me as if I'm an idiot because I didn't know he was like the top rated guy in the democratic primary campaign he was pull a polling at point oh two percent then I thought about it and I remain today he's the guy he's the he's the guy he was the soup up and around as he was actually quite good to have in these debates because his pad the raid was so much better than the other guys pandering that he pulled the same be saved cabinets over to the side of extreme total lunacy to the point where that guy yeah well she called Beto actually apologize for being born at one point when she should do but a Castro was the one who is said we had to expand abortion access to trans gender women now if you think about it just in case you're not I'll put it because I find it all a bit confusing a transgender woman is someone who was born a male Sir a a a a a a male is not born with the womb so when you transition no matter how fabulous you breast implants may bay you don't actually I wind up with the womb so even if your a Democrat and you'd love to abort your baby you con Agra Yemen actually go to wound to have a baby to a bolt in so this is actually the the kind of bias and bigotry that transgender women live with live with you know people say that except it is fully fledged women in that case why calmly get abortions him Castro was the only one addressing this vital issue of fact and they will figure that out they will figure the left will figure it will stop thinking about it and figure out a way and eventually you will read a headline about the first transgender woman to get an abortion at sooner or later and the interesting thing about this is how far people Mike Houlihan Castro can because he'd figured that he was this was the only way he could get any traction in the democratic primary he talked about transgender women of color number like dead that's a real knee sh market anybody can talk about transgender women anybody can talk about women of color he was the only one talking about transgender women of color and then call me Boca decided well I don't wanna Huyen Castro getting to the left a man transgender women of color and said Cory Booker started saying we don't talk enough about transgender women of color and the answer to that is well in the Democrat party debate well would be enough talk about transgender women of color and the answer is you can never have enough talk about transgender women of color it wouldn't matter if there was a second nine eleven tomorrow the Democrats would still want to talk about transgender women of color that's that's the that's the logic of where identity politics leads that eventually you actually you have transitioned yourself you've transitioned the political discourse the public discourse of the nation into into a failed the bears absolutely no relation to reality this was actually why trump won the nomination and the election last time round there's a lot of things that people were talking about on the Republican side didn't matter to anyone I'm a bit like cast the Lindsey Graham he wanted boots on the ground in and Chad or Nigel wave it was legal people that come remember which one it was and I'm sorry if you'll from Chad all night Genya thinking I mean different he'll needs but in the end if you all in a broken down town with the mills closed with the factories close when nothing's going on then did Lindsey Graham's obsession with boots on the ground in chat all night just also seem a little older than you think will you know there is fifty states in America and a few cherry trees and what not besides isn't that enough for people to be focused on instead of the two hundred countries around America and then you go to that so this some Instagram isn't told him and anything that matters to you always connected with where you live for the days of your lives so then you switch on the Democrats I'm talking about abortion rights full transgender women they're talking about they talk about access to abortion for people who are not biologically capable of having an abortion but the could you comment on abortion doesn't mean you shouldn't have access to having an abortion that's where the Democrats are and it's that image again it's nothing to do with you or how you live your life okay yeah you know gays lesbians say your auntie Mabel it was always a bit all that didn't marry and then she had that can go companion that she sort of hung around with for a few years and nobody like too much but we will try to be polite to family gatherings you've you've actually met some of the beginning of the L. G. B. T. Kouachi coalition by the time you get to abortion rights for transgender women you were flown the coop of anything that people out there in the states the determine this election have experience and that's where the Democrats reducing themselves to the more they the more they talk about this right now trump has this election in the bag because impeachment the Democrat based on care about impeachment I'm I'm I look at I you know I've been doing a little guest hosting on the telly the last few days so it us up a little bit more attention to the ratings than they used to and I I find it interesting when you're just some like fed rate Canadian guest hosts and you can call by Rachel Maddow now in the ratings I Rachel Maddow now was actually super competitive with the fox shows two years ago at the door of the trump presidency at and she went all in on Russia pollution the steel dossier and all the rest of that and hello ratings a super set aside so because the lousy Canadian guest stars is any big Dale it's actually because of the the the leftist base as sort of this whole time and not tuning in to Rachel Maddow in the M. S. N. B. C. shows and that in itself I think is a striking indicator but the left actually won the socialist stuff they won't open borders they want government health care they want the real deal and the impeachment doesn't do it for them but what impeachment does is super motivate the trump base because if you tell if you tell half the country you're going to undo the results of the twenty sixteen election all you do is actually motivate trump's base for the twenty twenty election so we've got a super motivated trump base and we've got I believe a disheartened Democrat base and all those swing voters in the middle who switch on the TV and see these not says talking about abortion rights for people who come on even capable of aborting a baby they love to abort a baby it's so unfair that real women get to abort their babies at nine months and I'm going to all the trouble of transitioning and having hormone treatments and breast implants having the old wedding tackle this slipped off and I still got a bolt upright I'm I may be fascinating to certain hard core members of the Democrat cleat but it isn't going to win any elections for them my son in for us we'll take your cold straight ahead you're listening to the EIB network.

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"houlihan castro" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

12:41 min | 2 years ago

"houlihan castro" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Rush twenty four seven button and you click on that and become a rush twenty four seven subscriber and it's like you never goes away because rush twenty four seven means what it says you can get in twenty four hours a day seven days a week three hundred sixty five days a year and if it means if you miss something if you're in the middle of the show and someone calls on the telephone or if your boss says you know I'd appreciate it if you get at least you know make the potential doing twenty minutes to work today and so yes Sally have to turn it down you can always catch up with anything you missed you can scour rushes vast archives three decades of getting it right on the stuff that matters and tons of good stuff in there that's the perfect Amaro if you'll forgive a little bit of a a a a a militaristic an allergy little bit of a do we did we don't wanna get too carried away with that but the dates metaphorical ammo for firing back at your misguided chums from the left when they insist that your wrong on everything you can use old rushes vast store of knowledge from is vast archives to explain why in fact you all right and they're wrong in a in a friendly in a friendly way you know want to go back to tune bag and stop threatening to put them up against the wall or anything like that don't you know you know what to me is so violent and un pleasant as these nine year old Swedish school girls can convey but you all you gotta do got a rush twenty four Russian Modoc com and sign up fat rush twenty four seven and by the way when you when you download rushes app a while you're thinking about at the start of a new yeah it's available at the apple store or Google play and that so and that's very important this is a guy he Houlihan Castro I this is breaking news at the top of the show you know that the thing is when you do a show like rushes this is why he's so good at it you basically you go to know everything about everything because I goal the all the subjects can be thrown at you from it so you might be on top of economics and somebody might for your foreign policy issue you might be on family sound ground on the Iranian nuclear programme and then somebody will follow some culture wars abortion question it's very difficult stand on top of it we have breaking news when the show began an hour and a half ago that Hootie and Castro had to had ended his presidential campaign and I said wait a minute who's who in the end Castro because everybody looks at me as if I'm an idiot because I didn't know he was like the top rated guy in the democratic primary campaign any was pull a polling at point oh two percent then I thought about it and I remain today he's the guy he's the he's the guy he was the soup up and around as he was actually quite good to have in these debates because his pad the rig was so much better than the other guys pad during that he pulled the same be saved cabinets over to the side of extreme total lunacy to the point where that guy yeah well she called Beto actually apologize for being born at one point when she should do about it Castro was the one who is said we had to expand abortion access to trans gender women now if you think about it just in case you're not up on it because I find it all a bit confusing a transgender woman is someone who was born a male so to a a a a a a male is not born with the womb so when you transition no matter how fabulous you breast implants may be a you don't actually I wind up with the womb so even if your a Democrat and you'd love to abort your baby you con Agra Yemen actually go to wound to have a baby to a bolt in so this is actually the the kind of bias and bigotry that transgender women live with live with you know people say that except it is fully fledged women in that case why calmly get abortions in Castro was the only one addressing this vital issue of fact and they will figure that out they will figure the left will figure it will stop thinking about it and figure out a way and eventually you will read a headline about the first transgender woman to get an abortion at sooner or later and the interesting thing about this is how far people Mike Hootie and Castro can because he'd figured that he was this was the only way he could get any traction in the democratic primary he talked about transgender women of color number like Dan that's a real knee sh market anybody can talk about transgender women anybody can talk about women of color he was the only one talking map transgender women of color and then call me Boca decided well I don't wanna Huyen Castro getting to the left a man transgender women of color and said Cory Booker started saying we don't talk enough about transgender women of color and the answer to that is well in the Democrat party debate well would be enough talk about transgender women of color and the answer is you can never have enough talk about transgender women of color it wouldn't matter if there was a second nine eleven tomorrow the Democrats would still want to talk about transgender women of color that's that's the that's the logic of where identity politics leads that eventually you actually you have transitioned yourself you've transitioned the political discourse the public discourse of the nation into into a failed the bears absolutely no relation to reality this was actually why trump won the nomination and the election last time round there's a lot of the things that people were talking about on the Republican side didn't matter to anyone I'm a bit blight cata Lindsey Graham he wanted boots on the ground in and Chad or Nigel wave it was legal people that come remember which one it was and I'm sorry if you'll from Chad all night Genya thinking I mean different to your needs but in the end if your in a broken down town with the mills closed when the factories close when nothing's going on then did Lindsey Graham's obsession with boots on the ground in channel knowledges salsa seem a little older than you think will you know there is fifty states in America and a few terrorism what not besides isn't that enough for people to be focused on instead of the two hundred countries around America and then you go to the sun the sun Lindsey Graham isn't told him and anything that matters to you always connected with where you live all the days of your lives so then you switch on the Democrats I'm talking about abortion rights full transgender women they're talking about they talk about access to abortion for people who are not biologically capable of having an abortion but the could you comment on abortion doesn't mean you shouldn't have access to having an abortion that's where the Democrats are and it's that image again it's nothing to do with you or how you live your life okay yeah you know gays lesbians say you're on T. mobile it is always a bit all that didn't marry and then she had that can get a companion that she sort of hung around with for a few years and nobody like too much but we will try to be polite to family gatherings you've you've actually met some of the beginning of the L. G. B. T. quality coalition by the time you get to abortion rights for transgender women you were flown the coop of anything that people out there in the states to determine this election have experience and that's where the Democrats reducing themselves to the mall by the more they talk about this right now trump has this election in the bag because impeachment the Democrat based on paramount impeachment I'm I'm I look at I you know I've been doing a little guest hosting on the telly the last few days so it also pay a little bit more attention to the ratings than they used to and I I find it interesting when you're just some like third right Canadian guest hosts and you can call by Rachel Maddow now in the ratings and Rachel Maddow now was actually super competitive with the fox shows two years ago at the door of the trump presidency and she went all in all I'm Russia pollution the steel dossier and all the rest of that and hello ratings a supersize side so because the lousy Canadian guest stars is any big Dale it's actually because of the the the leftist base as sort of this whole time and not tuning in to Rachel Maddow on the M. S. N. B. C. shows and that that in itself I think is a striking indicator the left leg she won the socialist stuff they won't open borders they want government healthcare they want the real deal and the impeachment doesn't do it for them but what impeachment does is super motivate the trump face because if you tell if you tell half the country you're going to undo the results of the twenty sixteen election all you do is actually motivate trump's base for the twenty twenty election so we've got a super motivated trump base and we've got I believe a disheartened Democrat base and all those swing voters in the middle who is switch on the TV and see these not so is talking about abortion rights for people who come on even capable of aborting a baby they love to abort a baby it's so unfair that real women get to abort their babies at nine months and I'm going to all the trouble of transitioning and having hormone treatment for breast implants having the old wedding tackle this slipped off and I still got a bolt upright I'm I may be fascinating to certain hard core members of the Democrat cleat but it isn't going to win any elections for them my son in for us we'll take your cold straight ahead you're listening to the EIB network six hundred W. 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"houlihan castro" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

11:30 min | 2 years ago

"houlihan castro" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"See the rush twenty four seven button and you click on that I become a rush twenty four seven subscriber and it's like you never goes away because rush twenty four seven means what it says you can get in twenty four hours a day seven days a week three hundred sixty five days a year and if it means if you miss something if you're in the middle of the show and someone calls on the telephone or if your boss says you know I'd appreciate it if you get at least you know make the potential doing twenty minutes to work today and so yes Sally have to turn it down you can always catch up with anything you missed you can scour rushes vast archives three decades of getting it right on the stuff that matters and tons of good stuff in there that's the perfect Amaro if you'll forgive a little bit of a a a militaristic an allergy the little bit of you do we did we don't get too carried away with that but it it's metaphorical ammo for firing back at your misguided chums from the left when they insist that your wrong on everything you can use all of Russia's vast store of knowledge from its vast archives to explain why in fact you all right and they're wrong in in a friendly in a friendly way you know want to go back to a June bug and south finding to put them up against the wall or anything like that don't you know you don't to be as violent and un pleasant as these nine year old Swedish school girls can convey but you only go to do get a rush twenty full Russian model calm and sign up for rush twenty four seven and by the way when you when you download rushes app a while you're thinking about at the start of a new yeah it's available at the apple store or Google play and that so and that's very important this I got from Houlihan Castro I this was breaking news at the top of the show you know that the thing is when you do a show like rushes this is why he's so good at it you basically you go to know everything about everything because I goal the all the subjects can be thrown at you from a so you might be on top of economics and somebody might for your phone policy issue you might be on family sound ground on the Iranian nuclear programme and then somebody will follow some culture wars abortion question is very difficult stand on top of it we have breaking news when the show began an hour and a half ago that Hootie and Castro had to had ended his presidential campaign and I said wait a minute who's who in Castro because everybody looks at me as if I'm an idiot because I didn't know he was like the top rated guy in the democratic primary campaign was pull a polling at point oh two percent then I thought about it and I'm in today he's the guy he's the he's the guy he was the superpower and around as he was actually quite good to have in these debates because his pad the rig was so much better than the other guys pandering that he pulled the city said cabinets over to the side of extreme total lunacy to the point where that guy yeah what was cool Beto actually apologize for being born at one point when she should do but if Castro was the one who is said we had to expand abortion access to trans gender women now if you think about it just in case you don't I'll put it because I find it all a bit confusing a transgender woman is someone who was born a male so a a a a a a male is not born with the womb so when you transition no matter how fabulous you breast implants may be you don't actually I wind up with the womb so even if your a Democrat and you'd love to abort your baby you con Agra Yemen actually got a wound to have a baby to a bolt in so this is actually the the kind of bias and bigotry that should transgender women live with live with you know people say that except it is fully fledged women in that case why don't we get abortions him Castro was the only one addressing this vital issue of fact and they will figure that out they will figure the left will forget will stop thinking about it and figure out a way and eventually you will read a headline about the first transgender woman to get an abortion sooner or later and the interesting thing about this is how far people like you who in Castro can because he figured that he was this was the only way he could get any traction in the democratic primary he talked about transgender women of color number of dead that's a real nation market anybody can talk about transgender women anybody can tell that women of color he was the only one talking about transgender women of color and then call me Boca decided well I don't want Hootie and Castro getting to the left of me on transgender women of color and said Cory Booker started saying we don't talk enough about transgender women of color and the answer to that is well in the Democrat party debate what would be enough talk about transgender women of color and the answer is you can never have enough talk about transgender women of color it wouldn't matter if there was a second nine eleven tomorrow the Democrats would still want to talk about transgender women of color that's that's the that's the logic of where identity politics leads that eventually you actually you have transitioned yourself you've transitioned the political discourse the public discourse of the nation into into a field that is absolutely no relation to reality this was actually why trump won the nomination and the election last time round there's a lot of things that people were talking about on the Republican side didn't matter to anyone that ended like because Lindsey Graham he wanted boots on the ground in and Chad or Nigel wave it was legal they will that come a member which one it was so I'm sorry if you'll from Chad on I jun you're thinking I mean different to your needs but in the end if you all in a broken down town with the mills close for the factories closed when nothing's going on then Lindsey Graham's obsession with boots on the ground in channel now just sub system a little old and you think well you know there's fifty states in America and a few terrorism what not beside him not enough for people to be focused on instead of the two hundred countries around America and then you go to the some of the some Instagram isn't talking on anything that matters to you always connected with where you live all the days of your lives so then you switch on the Democrats they're talking about abortion rights full transgender women they took it out of the talk about access to abortion for people who are not biologically capable of having an abortion but the new con abortion doesn't mean you shouldn't have access to having an abortion that's what the Democrats are and it's that and it's again it's nothing to do with you or how you live your life okay yeah you know gays lesbians say your auntie Mabel it was always a bit all they've been married and then she had that can get companion that she sort of hung around with for a few years and nobody like to much but we will try to be polite to family gatherings you've you've actually met some of the beginning of the L. G. B. T. quite see collation by the time you get to abortion rights for transgender women you were flown the coop of anything that people out there in the states the determine this election have experience and that's where the Democrats reducing themselves to the mall they the more they talk about this right now trump has this election in the bag because impeachment the Democrat base don't care about impeachment I'm I'm I look at I you know I've been doing a little guest hosting on the telly the last few days so it also pay a little bit more attention to the ratings that they used to and I find it interesting when you're just some like that right Canadian guest hosts and you can call by Rachel Maddow now in the ratings and Rachel Maddow now was actually super competitive with the fox shows two years ago at the dawn of the trump presidency and she went all in all in Russia pollution the steel dossier and all the rest of that and how ratings a super size so it so because the lousy Canadian guess those is any big Dale it's actually is the the the leftist base as sort of this whole time and all tuning in to Rachel Maddow in the M. S. N. B. C. shows and that that in itself I think is a striking indicator but the left actually won the socialist stuff they won't open borders they want government healthcare they want the real deal and the impeachment doesn't do it for them but what impeachment does is simple motivate the trump base because if you tell if you tell half the country you're going to undo the results of the twenty sixteen election all you do is actually motivate trump space for the twenty twenty election so we've got a super motivated trump base and we thought I believe a disheartened Democrat base and all those swing voters in the middle who was switch on the TV and see these not says talking about abortion rights for people who come on even capable of aborting a baby the glove to abort a baby it's so unfair that real women get to abort their babies at nine months and I'm going to all the trouble of transitioning and having hormone treatment from breast implants to having the old wedding tackle this slipped off and I still got about a baby I'm I may be fascinating to certain hard pull members of the democratic cleat but it isn't going to win any elections for them my son in for us we'll take your call straight ahead you're listening to the EIB network news radio twelve hundred W. away I'd we're talking about getting out of that time share on newsmakers today on Larry Morgan and with me is the owner of Lone Star transfer Karen Holloway so Karen we've been talking to for a while now about Lone Star transfer and how you and your team can relieve people of that crushing financial burden why is it important to you that Lone Star transfer is successful we've seen that there has been so much pain in this industry that when people actually reach out to us and they're asking for help it is very important to us that we can legally and ethically get them out of their time share so they will have no more liability to that time share now I know many people are already aware of the financial obligation they have from a time share so how can Lone Star transfer help our listeners get out of their time share and what should they expect from you what a time share owner can expect when they call our office after their free consultation we give them a process on how we can make sure that they have no more liability to that time share it's something that we try to do as quickly and as effectively as possible there's so many different time shares and there's so many different situations for individuals we would be more than happy to give them some assistance I know a lot of people have already heard of Lone Star transfer but might have heard of some of the other time share relief companies out there as well what do you think it's important to call Lone Star over those other companies I really believe that those are transfer is second to none in our service our customer service and the care that we give to our clients and we're really proud of the service that we give so how does someone get in touch with you we ask that you simply dial pound two fifty on your cell phone and say the key word Lone Star R..

"houlihan castro" Discussed on Feminist Utopia

Feminist Utopia

07:28 min | 3 years ago

"houlihan castro" Discussed on Feminist Utopia

"This week in our feminist utopia. We have more orm women involved in the presidential debates than men and it was actual reality. So that's very exciting we had all women moderators and and Four women candidates so there were total of eight women versus six men and I was impressed with the way. This debate was run. I really felt like it was more succinct. There wasn't a lot of talking over. It stayed reasonably within the time timeframe. I think it was really well run. I completely agree has did Brian Williams at the end. Who volunteered heard? All four women including Rachel Maddow. Who was not pleased to handle all the debates moving forward? Oh I listened to the Rachel traumatic show and she was saying how nervous she was about doing this so I thought she always handles herself extremely well but I think it's an over preparedness Nisa. I bet it was released Russell and it was interesting. She had one of my favorite questions of the night when she asked Elizabeth Warren if there was room in the democratic acquatic party for someone like John Bel Edwards. The recently re elected governor of Louisiana. Who is anti choice? Signed into law one the most restrictive anti choice laws in the nation and I thought Elizabeth You and I disagree about how that answer went well I. I don't think that it was appropriate that she said that it wasn't up to her to decide who was in and out of the party. Yeah but but I also think that when we make. I'm a big fan of the big tent miserable for a lot of ideas. I think when you denied the humanity of people by taking taking away their rights to their own bodies. Is there really room for that in the tent. Yeah that's true in Elizabeth. Warren didn't want to go there. She's moving to the center as evidenced by her walk back Medicare for all by saying this is a phased plan and it'll take at least four years before we move to the next exp part of the plan. Yeah I didn't really see that as a walk back though because I don't think that she articulated that earlier I I don't think she ever expected she was gonna give everybody everything all at once. I never got that from her. I got that people were expecting that And and I think everything she does I bet she already has her Thanksgiving menu planned A. She has a plan for everything. Yeah Yeah you know what I bet I better thanksgiving. Menu hasn't varied for the last forty fifty years. UH-HUH I I think that she's kind of a streamlined. Of A person. But we digress. retying it into our holiday challenge is check out our facebook page. Our website feminist utopia dot net. But let's take a step back in talk about. Who is there who wasn't there? I'm not calling a winner and I'm not calling Well I can call a loser but I don't think it makes any sense to rank or name winners and losers because we're not at that point yet. There were ten candidates on the stage. We have Joe Biden. Didn't Cory Booker Pete. Buddha judge Andrew Yang Tulsi Gabbard Kamala Harris. Amy Klobuchar Bernie Sanders. Tom Stayer and of course. Course Elizabeth. Warren there are still candidates that are running weren't on this stage and they include Houlihan Castro. Who who had been a participant in previous debates are missed him last night? I really missed him. Yeah there's also Michael Bennett. This Colorado Senator Senator Montana Governor Steve Bullock Maryland Representative John Delaney. Marianne Williamson. Hasn't dropped out yet for some reason okay. Moving on Pennsylvania former representative Joe Sestak and then there was former governor of Massachusetts who sits deval Patrick who entered the race and Michael Bloomberg formally entered the race. Today WOMP WOMP so we had to dropped opt out better. Will Rourke and Democratic Ohio Representative Tim Ryan so we lost you and we gain too I. I'm trying to think of something positive assertive. And at least they're not both white men. I'm I'm I'm struggling here on earth in their right mind. Thinks they're ear needed on that stage. Right now yeah I have no idea. I'm GonNa Miss Tim Ryan. I enjoyed coking adamant twitter was now you can poke Bloomberg Boomberg. Are Tom Stare. Tom Stare I do enjoy poking but he's still ernest billionaires. Go I still WANNA tax the crap out of him and I don't want on stage. I agree he particularly annoyed me last night because he was saying. No one else on this stage is GONNA do Blah Blah Blah on the only one that can do whatever in I know he was lying. It's patently a untrue. Yes yeah I mean if no one else on the stage set it. It's because there's so many people on the stage. They didn't have the opportunity and he didn't ask direct questions Christians about it either. Kitty just do billionaires are supposed to do in by himself an ambassadorship and serve overseas for a few years. Sorry at the v Anita it just gave me what I mean. That's what trump does. But I mean he's supposedly one of the good ones. He's using his money for good in saving the environment. He can keep doing that. He doesn't have to run for president to do that. Yeah that's true in it for the record. Almost every president has has people buying ambassadorships. I specifically think of Pamela Harriman. Who bought the Ambassadorship to France through her fundraising for the Clinton administration? It's a time honored tradition. Only it seems like the only criteria and the trump administration is the number of Zeros on the check. Right Elizabeth with Warren. Did talk about that last night a little bit. You said that she was going to make a pledge that she would not allow ambassadorships sitter ships to be bought and she called on other candidates to do the same. She said nobody else had followed her lead on that. But that's another one of those things where like stay or I don't know if she's really asked they've said no or if she just brought it up for the first time last night I have no idea that would be an interesting question to ask and I think as long as we're talking about Elizabeth Warren versus Tom Stare though the white billionaire we should probably talk about electability. Everybody keeps talking about that and nobody more than bide in. Yes now. That was another thing that annoyed me. That's his whole plan. I'm electable union.

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"houlihan castro" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"houlihan castro" Discussed on NPR News Now

"In what could be one of the most consequential moments in Donald Trump's presidency. The the financial backer he appointed to serve in Basser to the European Union is implicating him along with the vice president and other senior members of the trump administration and testifying there was was a quid pro. Quo Gordon. Lynn is the most directly involved witness. Date draw connection between Ukraine. Securing things it wanted in exchange for investigations is that would politically benefit president trump. We have more from. NPR's miles parks summoned said. The connection was related to him. By trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani. Mr Giuliani's lianis requests. Were a quid pro quo for arranging a White House visit for presidents alinsky silence testimony has also further involved a number we're of high level officials in the trump administration including Secretary of state. Mike Pompeo everyone was in the loop. It was no secret someone. Someone also says. He relayed concerns about connecting foreign aid with political investigations in a conversation with vice president pence in September. But Pence's chief of staff released a statement today saying that conversation never

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"houlihan castro" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:19 min | 3 years ago

"houlihan castro" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Angle it's a there are a lot of guys you can put out neck issues it's just when you point out sometimes it's like it's easy to go to the guy with the obvious problems person says I remember the of injuries doing other things and I think that I honestly it's another gymnastics title used to teach gymnastics many gymnasts I knew that could like do crazy things reason why you see a lot of injuries doing things that you should never get hurt on but then this high-risk stuff people don't get hurt but of course trading up ups there hey a dude just got hurt during doing topa yesterday these things aren't safe just trying to make everything clear as hey time everybody thanks for listening Tuck you tomorrow feed dot com this stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and Instagram's welcome to the public news service daily newscasts were Wednesday October Sixteenth Twenty nineteen I'm Dan hyman Russian troops are reportedly now patrolling parts of northern Syria to keep the forces of the Turkish led offensive from coming into conflict with the Syrian military of Bishara Assad in an alliance with the Kurds announced after US forces began their withdrawal Assad's forces have reoccupied several important areas the Turkish currency rose briefly suggesting the markets are shrugging off US sanctions in spite of high tariffs on steel and other measures announced by President Donald trump the lira has been essentially stable and for a time rose against the dollar yesterday midwestern family farmers are in Washington DC today to discuss the farm crisis and Trade Policy Eric ticket off has more the squeeze on farmers has tightened in recent years with net farm incomes down by half since two thousand thirteen James Connie is a dairy farmer in southwestern Minnesota who was in DC this week he believes US trade deals in the past have benefited national corporations at the expense of family farms suicide has become a growing concern in rural communities and Connie says what he fears most is the loss of hope in I'm country I really think that we need to turn this around and turn it on quickly otherwise we have lost our real backbone and rural America AH family farmers family farmers from Minnesota Iowa Missouri and South Dakota are in DC until Friday for some farmers in Iowa part of the Solution it might be changing the way they treat their soil Ross Brown reports Lawrence Stein Leitch has hosted several field days on his seven hundred fifty acre northeast Iowa farm explaining successful regenerative practices he's tried such as cover crops interceding and relay cropping he says Mother Nature unfolds her hand each year he just his rotation schedule for growing corn soy beans cereal rye and winter wheat are they'll the beauty of it is doing nothing actually probably the better thing to do I mean we're Turkey no till any more and more not spending the money Stanley says he not only has reduced the cost of fertilizer but Tessa found some soil samples from his fields now healthier the native soils Reuters is reporting that Rudy Giuliani was paid half a million dollars by one of the two Ukrainian American businessman tested last week on campaign finance charges the president's personal lawyer told Reuters he received the money in two payments for work he did for fraud guarantee not a Florida based company owned by left Parnassus Parnis was arrested with his associate eager Freeman as they were getting ready to leave the country Giuliani announced yesterday that he would not comply with the subpoena from Congress this is P. N. S. Lily Bulky reports on on the Democratic debate in Ohio last night where twelve contenders took the stage for one of their most substantive debates I wanNA give a reality check here to Elizabeth because no one on this stage wants to protect billionaires not even the billionaire we just have different approaches your idea is not the only idea and sometimes I think Senator Warren is is more focused on pitting some part of the country against the other instead of lifting people that was Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar and former Texas representative bidault rourke setting their sights on Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren at last night's four Democratic Debate in Westerville Ohio Warren unclearly replaced former vice president Joe Biden as the center stage target she was undaunted in her call for structural change I'm not willing to give up and let a handful of monopolist dominate our economy and our democracy it's time to fight back Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders didn't slim which is dysfunctional which is cruel South Bend Mayor Buddha judge sparred with Hawaii representative Tulsi Gabbard on the role of US troops supporting words and Syria Gabbard said that the US should not have been involved in regime change in Syria to begin with and here's how Buddha judge responded I didn't think we should have gone to Iraq in the first place I think we need to get out of Afghanistan but it's also the case that a small number of specialized special operations forces intelligence capabilities were the only thing stood between that part of Syria and what we're seeing now which is the beginning of genocide and the resurgence of Isis but it also had more heated exchange with Beto Award regarding the practicality of a mandatory buyback program for assault weapons former HUD secretary Houlihan Castro took that opportunity to address the recent police shooting of Taty. Anna Jefferson in her own home in Fort Worth Texas I am not going to give these police officers another reason to go door to door in certain communities because police inches also gun violence and reproductive rights surfaced in the context of Supreme Court nominations and in the wake of recent state abortion bands here his New Jersey Senator Corey Booker Women's should not the only ones taking up this caused and this fight because because women people and people deserve to roll their own body Tulsi Gabbard shared the fields unanimous support for Roe v Wade she includes back some restrictions on third trimester abortions I agree with Hillary Clinton on one thing disagree with her on many others but when she said abortion should be safe legal and rare on would be it's bracelet that was bracelets raise money for the children's hunger project really pretty at American family insurance we believe you're never too young to have a.

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"houlihan castro" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:57 min | 3 years ago

"houlihan castro" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Welcome to the public news service daily Newscast for Wednesday October Sixteenth Twenty nineteen I'm Dan hyman Russian troops are reportedly now patrolling parts took northern Syria to keep the forces of the Turkish led offensive from coming into conflict with the Syrian military of Bizarre Assad in an alliance with hurt announced after US forces began their withdrawal Assad's forces have reoccupied several important areas the Turkish currency rose briefly suggesting the markets are shrugging off sanctions in spite of high tariffs on steel and other measures announced by President Donald Trump the lira has been essential really stable and for a time rose against the dollar yesterday midwestern family farmers are in Washington DC today to discuss the farm crisis is and Trade Policy Eric Tig off has more the squeeze on farmers has tightened in recent years with net farm incomes down by half since two thousand thirteen James Connie is a dairy farmer in southwestern Minnesota who was in DC this week he believes US trade deals in the past have benefited multinational corporations at the expense. sense of family farms suicide has become a growing concern in rural communities and Connie says what he fears most is the loss of hope in farm country I really I think that you need to turn this around and turn it on quickly otherwise we have lost our real backbone America of our family farmers family farmers from Minnesota Iowa Missouri and South Dakota are in DC until Friday for some farmers in Iowa part of the solution might be changing the way they treat soil Ross Brown reports lorin Stein Lynch has hosted several field days on his seven hundred fifty Acre Northeast Iowa farm explaining successful region taste practices he's tried such as cover crops interceding and relay cropping he says as Mother Nature unfolds her hand each year he adjusts his rotation schedule for growing corn soybeans and winter wheat are the the beauty of it is doing nothing actually probably the better thing to do I mean we're strictly no till anymore and what about spending the money Stanley says he not only has reduced the cost of fertilizer but Tessa found some soil samples from his fields or not healthier than native soils Reuters is reporting that Rudy Giuliani was paid half a million dollars by one of the two Ukrainian American businessman arrested last week on campaign nance charges the president's personal lawyer told Reuters he received the money into payments for work he did for fraud guarantee a Florida based company owned by left Parnassus Parnis was arrested with his associate eager fruman as they were getting ready to leave the country Giuliani announced yesterday that he would not comply with the subpoena from Congress this is pianist lily bulky reports on the democratic debate in Ohio last night where twelve contenders took the stage for one of their most substantive debates I want to give a reality check here to Elizabeth because no one on this stage wants to doc billionaires not even the billionaire we just have different approaches your idea is not the only idea and sometimes I think that Senator Warren is focused on pitting some part of the country against the other instead of lifting people up that was Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar and former Texas representative O'Rourke setting their sights on Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren at last night's four th Democratic Debate in Westerville Ohio Warren clearly replaced former vice resident Joe Biden as the center stage target she was undaunted in her call for structural change I'm not willing to give up and let a handful monopolists dominate our economy and our democracy it's time to fight back Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders didn't face as much heat except on his overhaul of the healthcare system Senator Sanders. Do you want to respond a tie I must say a people defending a system which is channel which is cruel South Bend Mayor Buddha judge sparred with Hawaii representative Tulsi Gabbard on the role of US troops supporting Kurds in Syria Gabbard head that the US should not have been involved in regime change in Syria to begin with and here's how to judge responded book I didn't think we should have gone to Iraq in the first place I think we need to get out of Afghan understand but it's also the case that a small number of specialized special operations forces an intelligence capabilities were the only thing that stood between that part of Syria and what we're seeing now which is the beginning of genocide and the resurgence of Isis but it just also had a more heated exchange with Beto Aurora regarding the practicality of Dettori buyback program for assault weapons former HUD secretary Houlihan Castro took that opportunity to address the recent police shooting of Tatyana Jefferson in her own home in Fort Worth Texas I am not going to give these police officers another reason to go door to door in certain communities because police violence is also gun violence reproductive rights surfaced in the context of Supreme Court nominations and in the wake of recent state abortion bans here's New Jersey Senator Corey Booker women should not be the only ones taking up this cause and this fight because because women are people and people deserve to control their own body Tulsi Gabbard Sheriff the fields unanimous support for Roe v Wade she enclosure back some restrictions on third trimester abortions I agree with Hillary Clinton on one thing disagree with her on many others but when she said abortion should be safe legal and rare I'm Dan Hyman for public news this member and listener supported and online at Public News Service Dot or Contra Krugman episode two hundred.

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"houlihan castro" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

25:34 min | 3 years ago

"houlihan castro" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Komo news the first quarter twenty the worst certain stakeholders it's Mike Mentors the outrage mm-hmm approach uh-huh the farm bill John Welcome to the Public News Service Daily News cast for Wednesday October Sixteenth Twenty nineteen I'm Dan hyman Russian troops are reportedly now patrolling parts of northern Syria to keep the forces dubbed Turkish led offensive from coming into conflict with the Syrian military of Bishara al-Assad in an alliance with the Kurds announced after US forces begin on their withdrawal Assad's forces have reoccupied several important areas the Turkish currency rose briefly suggesting the markets are shrugging off US sanctions in spite of high tariffs on steel and other measures announced by President Donald Trump the lira has been essentially stable and for a time rose against the dollar yesterday midwestern family farmers are in Washington D. C. Today to discuss the farm crisis and Trade Policy Eric it off has more the squeeze on farmers has tightened in recent years with net farm income down by half since two thousand thirteen James Connie is a dairy farmer southwestern Minnesota who was in DC this week he believes US trade deals in the past have benefited multinational corporations at the expense of family farms suicide it has become a growing concern in rural communities and Connie says what he fears most is the loss of hope in farm country I really think that you need to try this around turn on quickly otherwise we have lost our real backbone in rural America of our family farmers family farmers from Minnesota Iowa Zuri and South Dakota are in DC until Friday for some farmers in Iowa part of the solution might be changing the way they treat their soil Ross Brown reports Wjr Lorin Stein Lynch has hosted several field days on his seven hundred fifty Acre Northeast Iowa farm explaining successful regenerative practices he's tried such as cover crops interceding and relay cropping he says as Mother Nature unfolds her hand each year he adjusts his rotation schedule for growing corn soybean cereal rye and inter we are the beauty of it is doing nothing actually probably a better thing to do mean we're strictly no till anymore and we're not spending the money Stanley she says he not only has reduced the cost of fertilizer but Tessa found some soil samples from his feels are healthier than native soils Reuters is reporting that route Giuliani was paid half a million dollars by one of the two Ukrainian American businessman arrested last week on campaign finance charges the president's personal lawyer told Reuters he received the money in two payments for work he did for fraud guarantee a Florida based company owned by left parnes pardon us was arrested with his associate eager fruman as they were getting ready to leave the country Giuliani announced yesterday that he would not comply with the subpoena from Congress this is P. Ns lily bulky reports on the democratic debate in Ohio last night where twelve contenders took the stage for one of their most substantive debates but I want to give a reality check Elizabeth because no one on this stage wants to protect billionaires not even the billionaire you just have different approaches your idea is not the only idea and sometimes I think that Senator Warren is more focused on pitting some part country against the other instead of lifting people up that was Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar and former Texas representative bidault rourke setting their sights on -Chusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren at last night's four Democratic Debate in Westerville Ohio Warren clearly replaced former vice president Joe Biden as the center aged target she was undaunted in her call for structural change I'm not willing to give up and let a handful of monopolies dominate our Johnnie and our democracy it's time to fight back Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders didn't face as much heat except on his proposed overhaul of the healthcare system Senator Sanders do you want to respond only but I must say people defending a system which is dysfunctional which is cruel southbound mayor p Buddha judge sparred with Hawaii representative Tulsi Gabbard on the role of US troops supporting Kurds in Syria Gabbard said that the US should not have been involved in I'm changing Syria to begin with and here's how to judge responded I didn't think we should have gone to Iraq in the first place I think we need to get out of Afghanistan but it's also the case that a small a number of specialized special operations forces and intelligence capabilities were the only thing that stood between that part of Syria and what we're seeing now which is the beginning of the and aside and the resurgence of Isis Buddha judge also had a more heated exchange with Beto Award regarding the practicality of mandatory buyback program for assault weapons former HUD secretary Houlihan Castro took that opportunity to address the recent police shooting of a Tatyana Jefferson in her own home in Fort Worth Texas. I am not going to give these police officers another reason to go door to door in certain communities because police violence is also gun violence and reading do we rates surfaced in the context of Supreme Court nominations and in the wake of recent state abortion bands. Here's New Jersey Senator Corey Booker Women's should not the only one taking up this cause and this fight because women aren't people and people deserve to control their own body Tulsi Gabbard shared the fields unanimous support for Roe v Wade she enclosure back some restrictions on third trimester abortions I agree with Hillary Clinton on one thing disagree with Her on many others but when she said abortion should be safe legal.

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"houlihan castro" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

58:09 min | 3 years ago

"houlihan castro" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Welcome to the public new service daily newscasts for Wednesday October Sixteenth Twenty nineteen I'm Dan hyman Russian troops are reportedly now trolling parts of northern Syria to keep the forces of the Turkish led offensive from coming into conflict with the Syrian military Bishara Assad in an alliance with the Kurds announced after US forces began their withdrawal Assad's forces have reoccupied several important areas the Turkish currency rose briefly suggesting the markets are shrugging off US sanctions in spite of high tariffs on steel and other measures announced by President Donald Trump the lira has in a centrally stable and for time rose against the dollar yesterday midwestern family farmers are in Washington DC today to discuss the farm crisis and Trade Policy Eric ticket off has more the squeeze on farmers has tightened in recent years with net farm incomes down by half since two thousand thirteen James Connie is dairy farmer in southwestern Minnesota who is in DC this week he believes US trade deals in the past have benefited multinational corporation ends at the expense of family farms suicide has become a growing concern in rural communities and Connie says what he fears most is the loss of hope in farm country really think that we need to turn this around and turn it on quickly otherwise we have lost our real backbone and rural America of our family farmers family farmers from Minnesota Iowa Missouri and South Dakota are in DC into Friday for some farmers in Iowa part of the solution might be changing the way they treat their soil Ross Brown reports lorin Stein Leitch has hosted several field days on his seven hundred fifty acre northeast Iowa farm explaining sixty S. full regenerative practices he's tried such as cover crops interceding and relay cropping he says his mother nature unfolds her hand each year he adjusts his rotation schedule offer growing corn soybean cereal rye and winter wheat are the beauty of it is doing nothing actually probably a better thing to do I mean we're strictly no till anymore or and we're not spending the money Stanley says he not only has reduced the cost of fertilizer but Tessa found some soil samples from his fields are not healthier than native soils Reuters is reporting that Rudy Giuliani was paid half a million dollars by one of the two Ukrainian American businessman arrested last week on campaign finance charges the president's personal lawyer told Reuters he received the money in two payments for work he did for fraud guarantee a floor order based company owned by left Parnis Parnis was arrested with his associate eager fruman as they were getting ready to leave the country Giuliani announced is yesterday that he would not comply with the subpoenas from Congress this is p. Ns lily bulky reports on the democratic debate in Ohio last night where twelve contenders took the stage for one of their most substantive debates but I want to give a reality check here to Elizabeth because no one on this date wants to protect billionaires not even the billionaire we have different approaches your idea is not the only idea and sometimes I think that Senator Warren is is more focused on pitting some part of the country against the other instead of lifting people up that was Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar and former Texas tentative bidault rourke setting their sights on Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren at last night Fourth Democratic Debate in Westerville Ohio Warren clearly replaced former vice president Joe Biden as the center stage target she was undaunted in her call for structural change. I'm not willing to give up and let me handful of monopolists dominate our economy and our democracy it's time to fight back Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders didn't face as much heat on his proposed hall of the Healthcare System Senator Sanders responding only little bit tight I must say people defending a system which is the functional which is cruel southbound Mayor Buddha judge sparred with Hawaii representative Tulsi Gabbard on the role of US troops supporting Kurds in Syria Gabbard said that the US should not have been involved in regime change in Syria to begin with and here's how Buddha judge responded book I didn't think we should have gone to Iraq in the first place I think we need to get out of Afghanistan but it's also the case that a small number of specialized special operations forces and intelligence capabilities or the only thing that stood between part of Syria and what we're seeing now which is the beginning of genocide and the resurgence of Isis but it also had a more heated exchange with Beto rourke regarding the practice party of a mandatory buyback program for assault weapons former HUD secretary Houlihan Castro took that opportunity to address the recent police shooting of a Tatyana Jefferson in her own home in Fort Worth Texas I am not going to give these police officers another reason to go door to door in certain communities because police violence is also island's reproductive rights surfaced in the context of Supreme Court nominations and in the wake of recent state abortion bands here's New Jersey senator a book or women's should not the only ones taking up this cause and this fight because women are people and people deserve to control their own bought Tulsi Gabbard shared the fields unanimous support for Roe v Wade she include which are back some restrictions on third trimester abortions I agree with Hillary Clinton on one thing disagree with her on many others but when she said abortion should be safe legal and rare I'm Dan Hyman four 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Julian Castro: Like most Americans, I don't know what to believe anymore

State of the Union with Jake Tapper

04:03 min | 3 years ago

Julian Castro: Like most Americans, I don't know what to believe anymore

"Me now is democratic presidential candidate and former hud secretary houlihan castro secretary castro. I want to ask you about president trump and his decision to at least temporarily call off peace talks with the taliban at camp david. You've said you want to withdraw. US troops from afghanistan. What do you make of it all. This is another bizarre episode jake for two reasons first of all. I i think like most americans. I don't know what to believe anymore. That comes out of the mouth or the tweet of this president folks will remember that just a few days ago a he said that he had been in touch with china apparently in order to try and calm the markets and staff later said that that wasn't the case and and <hes> the way he tweeted this out still looking for confirmation that an actual physical trip to camp david was planned <hes> but if it was if it had been planned that's bizarre as well because even though i do support a negotiated political settlement there that will increase stability and make sure that afghanistan is not used as a base of terrorist operations. It's very odd odd to invite a terrorist organization like that to camp david. That's not in keeping with the way that the united states negotiates <hes> and i draw a straight line between this and the fact that he has elevated kim jong hoon with three summits now even though in the first summit the singapore summit kim jong hoon promise that north korea would give to the united states and inventory of its weapons so that we could use that as the basis for future negotiations. They never did that and still at the same time there was a second summit and a third summit on so this is the worst president when it comes to negotiating. I think that we've had in a very long time. It's another bizarre episode. It's more of his erratic behavior that people are tired tov and that's one of the reasons. I believe that he's going to lose in two thousand twenty. The president has spent a lot of time in the last week trying to insist that his tweet a week ago today today in which he told people in alabama and other states but the incorrect information was alabama that the storm hurricane during was going to hit them much harder than had been predicted. That was not true. According to the experts at the time the national oceanic and atmospheric administration put out a statement i think on friday which disputed its own scientists and weather experts backup. The president's claim that alabama would likely be hit much harder than anticipated. What did you think of that look. Those organizations are supposed to be independent neutral all scientific organizations that don't play politics. That's what we want them to be under the trump administration whether it's them or it's folks will remember the national park service after the national park service on the very first day of this administration they put out that photo that showed that his crowd size at the inauguration was not what he claimed and he tried to browbeat then <hes> this is a president that steps all over <hes> the the traditional role of chief executive when it comes to these organizations and what happens is you compromise the trust that supposed what's the exists between their work and the american public and so it's a real embarrassment yeah. I wish i could say that. I hope this president is going to not do that again. Dan but again it's it's the same radic behavior destructive behavior <hes> that is <hes> d- professionalizing the the government of the united states of america and turning us into a banana republic little by little.

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Beto, Japan And President discussed on The South Florida Morning Show

The South Florida Morning Show

01:01 min | 3 years ago

Beto, Japan And President discussed on The South Florida Morning Show

"Lexical. oh that was part of last night's big democrat presidential debate in miami another debate tonight in miami in the magic city new jersey senator corey booker was the most searched candidate he also got the most time on stage most facetime more than any other candidate during last night's presidential debate google trends analyzed what people were searching the most is the debate was going on and they found that the former secretary of u._s. housing and urban development houlihan castro surged as the debate went on some candidates answered questions in spanish as you heard beto do their a search for english translations also surged during the debate the second debate with another ten democrats is tonight at nine o'clock and among the top candidates on stage will be former vice president joe biden vermont senator bernie sanders california senator camel harris and south bend indiana mayor p buddha judge president trump while on his way to japan for the g twenty summit tweeted boring during the democrat debate he's now wheels down in

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