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Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

AstraZeneca pauses coronavirus vaccine trial, shares slip on rollout doubts

"No Work? No pay no food coronavirus lockdowns have forced many people all over the world to wonder where their next meal's will come from according to Matthew True. Scott Oxfam International's head of Humanitarian Policy About one hundred and twenty one million people have been pushed to the edge of starvation. This year not of course is across the main hotspots you would expect Yemen Democratic Republic of Congo of Gunston Venezuela, south. Sudan we're also seeing hunger coming up in otherwise middle income or developing countries. India South Africa Brazil CETERA. Look at a situation in the world where you have about sixty sixty, one percent working in the informal economy when that denied that daily income forced to stay at home they no longer get that income and that forces them into some of the negative coping strategies and that's what makes this crisis so unique. People. Couldn't travel to work which meant they couldn't make money and they couldn't buy food but this isn't just a short term problem. Is it Yeah and it has sort of long term impacts where, for instance, if you take people who are living day to day selling milk, if they can't sell milk for a few days, it gets point whether then have to do something to have food and income then have to sell their means of income. So selling the cow which had been providing them and then conquered back to generate income and same happens instead of urban areas where people who had been, for instance, taxi drivers after. So long of not being able to take fares and give taxi rights eventually then have to start selling off assets to cope and that's where we're really. Seeing potential long-term structural breakdown, and as you say, this is a problem that existed before the pandemic. So how do we tackle it this time around does it require new solutions? It does with sort of proposing three solutions. The I of course is that we need to increase humanitarian aid drastically the U. N. Global Humanitarian Appeal has called for about ten point, three billion dollars in humanitarian aid. But only about twenty, four percent of that is funded. So less than a quarter, the second thing that we can do is cancelled some of the debt that could free up up to a trillion dollars, and then of course, the final thing is. Exactly, as you say, we do need to change how system works. We need to build a more fair and more robust food system. We need to build a system that's ready to deal with the climate shocks that's able to produce sustainable food. One that supports a small-scale Farmers Informal Workers, Matthew Scott head of humanitarian policy at Oxfam International. Thanks for your time. Thank you so much

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"humanitarian policy" Discussed on The CyberWire

The CyberWire

08:51 min | 1 year ago

"humanitarian policy" Discussed on The CyberWire

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Cloud extra hop dot com slash trial that's extra hop dot com slash trial and we thank extra hop for sponsoring our show funding for this cyber wire podcast is made possible in part by McAfee security built by the power of harnessing one bill in threat sensors from device to cloud intelligence that enables you to respond to your environment and insights that empower you to change it McAfee the device to cloud cy security company go to McAfee dot com slash insights from the cyber wire studios at data tribe. I'm Dave Bittner with your cyber wire summary for Friday October twenty fifth two thousand nineteen security firm lookout has found a large fishing campaign targeting United Nations agencies and range of aid humanitarian policy and academic organizations lookout researchers say the infrastructure used to conduct the spearfishing has been a since March they emphasize it is targeted to individuals in the affected organizations the targets lookout identified include the Red Cross Unison F. and the UN's World Food and development programs there were also think tanks and advocacy groups on the list organizations like the Heritage Foundation the United estates institute a piece and the University of California San Diego lookout made no attribution and said it had no basis for speculation so that threat actor behind the campaign could be anyone from a criminal gang to a nation state Google scrubbed forty two APPs from the play store that served Adware the brought a slava based security firm E. set discovered us which has been active for about a year Google was quick to give the bat absence Summary Heave Ho out of the play store but e set reminds everyone that old apps never die they just fade away into dodgy third party stores the researcher there's traced the developer of Abbas to a university in Vietnam where one wishes the students would stick to their books malware development can end badly just ask snack guy at rutgers who put together Mirai a couple of years ago in another purge apple removed Seventeen Trojan is irs apps that London based mobile security shop one Darah identified and reported the APP store infested with Click where and according to Indian media site gadgets now where the where work of APP aspect technologies Wanderer Explains Click whereas a well known class of unwanted programs a clippers principle uses include the he's one of goosing the number of interactions with an ad thereby increasing revenue under the common and entirely legitimate pay per click advertising model a Morse subtle use which are crime wear desk is embarrassed to say hadn't really occurred to them until one der pointed out is to hit a competitor by artificially inflating the clicks on a competitor is ad which in turn increases the amount of money that competitor will oh the Ad Network Security Weeks Twenty Nineteen ICS cybersecurity onference wrapped up yesterday afternoon in Atlanta the conference showed as it has in past years more even mix of clients vendors than one often sees at such events estate discussions returned to themes that had been prominent throughout the week especially the centrality of process integrity and the importance of attention to sound security the mental the former points prominence showed maturation of the ICS security community's understanding of the challenges it faces and also the waning of the complaint that industrial cyber security remains to dominated by those who've come up through the information assurance ranks and that second point while certainly is not new one is far from being Banal Cyber XS Phil near a presented his company's annual risk report and those interested in seeing some of the reasons why the basics can tinge to matter need look no further cyber x gives a numerical score with its assessments. They recommend an eighty as a passing grade and across the industrial all sectors they observed the grades aren't encouraging oil and gas comes out the best with seventy four energy and utilities is second best at seven eighty manufacturing sixty three pharmaceuticals and chemicals sixty two and other sixty two are the laggards the median security score cyber six awards across all industrial sectors is a sixty-nine the Baltimore High School we've got the most recent experience with would grade that numerical score as an F. sure you'll want to say it's a High F- Kaleta F plus but still no good the Russian embassy to the UK is told Reuters that reports of turlough piggybacking on Iranian attack methods are unsavory misreading of G. H. Q. and NSA warnings so Turla didn't do nothing and besides who's this Turla any who but the denial is better than most the embassy diplomatically doesn't slang either HP you or NSA with both of whom we'd think Moscow has plenty of beefs but rather recommends close reading what the two agencies have actually said so oppresses got it wrong say the diplomats we don't know we read this stuff too and it seems pretty clear to us the Russian threat actor Turlough also known as Ms Bear was flying Iran in false flag the dark web gets more bad press than good but it's worth noting that it has it's benign this is like the BBC's adoption of tour to help its users avoid censorship by repressive governments the network particularly mentions China Iran and Vietnam Tom Countries who've sought to restrict its content the BBC news international site will be available in the mirror as will the BBC's Arabic Persian and Russian services US senators Wyden Democrat of Oregon and Warren Democrat of Massachusetts have asked the Federal Trade Commission investigate any role Amazon may have had in the capital one breach the Washington Post reports that senators cotton Republican of Arkansas and Schumer Democrat of New York mark have asked the intelligence community to determine whether the Chinese own social network tick talk represented a security threat with respect to content moderation tick tock told buzzfeed it's moderators are in the US not China buzzfeed goes on to point out that in fact there have been some Pro Hong Kong protester posts on Tick Tock the story says they appear to have been put their more to just see if they'd go through so the effort hardly seems to rise even to the low level of slack victim anyway tick tock says its content moderation standards are being upheld by an American unit not a Chinese one how relevant that may be is unclear after all the NBA is pretty much American and they've been playing the Washington Generals Beijing's Harlem globetrotters or some time mm-hmm and now a word from our sponsor dragos cyber attacks on oil and gas environments are continuing to progress in Free Quincy and sophistication attackers are creating tailored attacks to cause significant operational and financial impacts and most importantly they're becoming aware they can overcome automated safeguards the cause physical effects and harm the lives of those who work in the facilities read the latest case study from Dragos to learn how they helped oil and gas organization ensure it had detections and response plans against prices like activity on its networks and comprehensively defend its environment you can minded at dragos dot com slash case dash studies that's Drago's dot com slash case Dash Studies and we thank Dragos for during our show.

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"humanitarian policy" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"humanitarian policy" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Morning seventy three degrees some sunshine at eight thirty now i'm steve simpson w news we are following breaking news out of brainerd where to north memorial helicopter crew member are dead a third injured after a medical helicopter crash in brainerd happened early at the brainard airport happened about one o'clock in the morning details still sketchy hospital of says in a statement that the pilot and nurse were killed a third crew member taken to nearby medical center for treatment don't have any condition of that individual they also say that no patients were on board no i._d.'s of the victims yet we'll continue to follow this for you the saint paul rather the saint louis park city council says they're going to revisit controversial decision to forego saying the pledge of allegiance before their meetings and a unanimous vote earlier this month saying the council would stop reciting the pledge because they said it could intimidate newer residents citing the increasingly polarized political climate that decision though prompted a vocal pushback over the last week or so the topic will be taken up now at a previously scheduled meeting on july eighth minnesota's ilhan omar and betty mccullum to congresswomen joined more liberal members of the u._s. house yesterday to vote against the nearly five billion dollar infusion of money to help migrants being held in substandard conditions at the southern border it's legislation that was written by a republican led senate and passed in a bipartisan fashion they're more in the house though oppose the measure as it failed to include increased protections for migrants omar talking to reporters after the vote we had an opportunity to put forth and humanitarian policy and we wasted that opportunity and it's quite sad maple that americans are as appalled as all other minnesota members of congress voted for the bill president trump says he'll discuss trade and disarmament issues with russia's vladimir putin today at the twenty summit their first face-to-face meeting since a federal investigation into russian election meddling during a photo op this morning the topic did come up but halfheartedly c._b._s.'s paula reed has more while the president seemed to make light of the situation muller's report with clear russia launched a systemic operation influence the two thousand sixteen election in trump's favor russian intelligence officers who are part of the russian military launched a concerted attack on our political system today is the first time the two leaders have been together since the helsinki summit last july in which trump refused to side with his own u._s. intelligence agencies over his russian counterpart former vice president joe biden coming under attack during the second night of democratic debates last night c._b._s. has laura podesta reports on one particular exchange that people are talking about this morning At challenged. Former vice president, Joe Biden's record working with segregationist his history with civil rights was one of the more contentious exchanges that we have seen on the campaign trail so far. do you agree today that you were wrong to oppose busing in america then do you agree i did not oppose busing in america what i posed is bussing ordered by the department of education the democrats next meet in detroit on july thirtieth and thirty first a popular musician made her mark here in minneapolis is reporting an attack on two of her employee's wisconsin music festival liz l. accuses a security guard at summer fest in milwaukee of attacking members of her team and using hurtful racist language tweets from the singer say her hair stylist and regular stylist where tackled slapped and manhandled by the guard backstage liz says quote she's out for blood and wants the guard in handcuffs in a statement summer fest organizers praise lizards performance and promised a thorough investigation deborah rodriguez c._b._s. news one week after twin cities pride around four million people are expected to celebrate this week in new york city one of the biggest gay pride celebrations in history today is the actual fiftieth anniversary of the uprising at the stonewall inn bar where the gay rights movement began w news time.

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"humanitarian policy" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"humanitarian policy" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"Crowded room to sleep on a concrete floor with an aluminum foil blanket on top of them that doesn't comply with the agreement. I mean it may be that they don't get super thread count, Egyptian linens. I get that. But the testimony that the district judge believed was really cold. I find that inconceivable that the government would say that, that is safe, janitor, if you don't have a toothbrush, if you don't have. So if you don't have a blanket, it's not safe and wouldn't everybody agreed to that. You do you agree to that? Well, I think it's I think those are there's fair reason to find that those things may be part of segment mayday are. Neil there's layers to this. I want I want to hear all of your views, one thought that came to my mind is even good lawyers can struggle if the position they're asked to defend is basically empty immoral. Indefensible I wonder what you thought of what we learned from from watching that. Yeah, I mean I thought that that's struggling was the least that should have happened there. I mean that was a horrific policy decision by the Trump administration to say that safe and sanitary conditions. Don't include toothbrushes don't include blankets, forcing people to sleep on concrete floors with only a sheet of aluminum foil over them as a blanket, saying that sleep is not part of a safe and sanitary condition. All this stuff is horrific and. You know, I do think that the Trump administration deserves all the condemnation that they received in the wake of that these are not even the Geneva conventions require prisoners of war to get toothbrushes. And so, I mean, the idea that we can't do that. Or what the vice president said the appropriations process, prevents it that's just flatly wrong. And the idea that he would laugh and talk about this stuff is so unbecoming of a president of the United States. You You know. know, coming from this administration, which can find money anywhere. They declare emergencies for all kinds of bogus things like building a wall. But when it comes to finding toothbrushes for five year old children who need it. They can't find it. You know that just so implausible to me. Any third grader can read the federal budget in find the dollars for this without resorting to all they're crazy executive power schemes which they do for things like the wall. But to come from this administration, it's Ari, well, a little bit rich. I also want to get your sort of us. In fact, check on the Trump claim that he's got to do this stuff because of either past precedent or past presidents, take a look. We've ended separation you know, under President Obama. You had separation I was the one that ended it now I said, one thing when I ended it. I said, here's what's going to happen. More families. They're gonna come up and that's what's happened. But they're really coming up for the economics. But once you ended the separation, but I ended separation I inherited separation from President Obama. Neil? Oh my God, where to begin. So the idea that he ended separation, I mean right now, these are separated children. That's what these stories are about. So I don't know what, you know, what kind of facts. He's getting. But nobody thinks that's right. And the idea that he inherited this from a bomb us flatly wrong. You know, I think the president President Trump is separated over three thousand children in the course of his administration. No other president came even close to that President Obama basically came in and recognize that we're two different goals of our immigration system here. Once humanitarian to protect the children who are separated the other is deterrence, the idea that if you do too much for them, then they'll come in, and he quickly realized that, deterrence was just a bogus rationale that these people were fleeing horrific conditions in their home countries and deterrence wasn't going to work. And so he moved to a humanitarian policy spending billions of dollars on shelters and things like that to make sure that. These children would be treated safely, not all the time. But I think far better than Trump. Trump has made it his kind of rezoned Tra to say absolutely not. I'm going to focus only on deterrence..

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"humanitarian policy" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"humanitarian policy" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"He made these remarks in Ireland before heading to Normandy, for today's day ceremonies this morning in Washington, they'll be meeting at the White House. I think a lot of progress was made yesterday. But we have to make a lot of progress goes. Thank you for many, many years, hundreds of opinions about that. I've been making an absolute fortune on the United States. They have to step up for that the step up to the plate. At perhaps, they will. We're going to say they could stop the problem. The democrat congress has been a disaster. They won't they won't do anything they want reintegration immigration divorce into our country. They don't care who it is. What kind of a record they have it doesn't make any difference? They're not gonna be changing. Anything we go. We say, let's fix the immigration laws. They just wanted to do badly. The worship does happier. They are. That's the way it is. I guess that's the way to be till after the election, grace. Frankly, we adopt this problem so easy. If the Democrats in congress. We're willing to make some changes but they're not. And that's the way it is what it just ride it out. I want to have a real bad time. They don't care about Dr. They don't care about drugs for into our country. They couldn't care less politics, vicious itself. That's the way it is. But we're having a great job with Mexico. We'll see what happens, but something pretty dramatic could happen. We've Mexico, the tariffs go on. And I made it and I'm very happy with it. And a lot of people senators included, they have no idea. What about when it comes to Derrick? No absolutely no idea. When you have the money when you have the product when you have the thing that everybody wants your physician to do very well with tariffs, and that's why we are where the United States is the figgy Bank. It has all the money that others want to take from us, but then that take it so easy anymore. It's a lot different. Stephen dining washing times has been following the. Developments, he is on Capitol Hill. And at this hour, where things stand with the American and Mexican negotiators have been talking now for two days of all sorts of curious singled out of those talks with both sides expressing optimism, and progress and all of the, all the usual words that you that you like to hear out negotiations except that President Trump and vice President Mike Pence, who's actually leading the talk have repeatedly said, not enough as been a an offer has been made by Mexico to head off terrorist, which will hit on Monday, so. Basically, talks continue the president requiring some very concrete action, Mexico. What we believe Mexico is offering doesn't match up with the concrete action. The president is looking for, and it comes as you report, the Mexican president over door announcing a rally along the border, Saturday, a rally for what for unity and dignity. Basically he's trying to. He's trying to appeal not only to Mexican to, to remain United United behind him and what he's trying to do there with the humanitarian policy towards central Americans crossing his country..

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"humanitarian policy" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

09:26 min | 1 year ago

"humanitarian policy" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Did you see on Easter Sunday? The reporter from MSNBC hounding Robert Muller as he gets out of church. But no, it's the conservatives who are having an unhealthy reaction to the release of the report. Donal show. It's conservative thought not just talk. Wisconsin. Congressman Sean Duffy joins me. And congressman you were just along the US Mexico border in Yuma. Arizona fact-finding mission last week. Welcome back and hope you had a wonderful Easter, sir. I hope you did too. And yes this down in in Yuma. From Tuesday to Thursday of last week checking out what's going on southern border, which by the way, Dan is not a whole lot in regard to the security front. I could imagine I gotta ask since you were down in Arizona, and you focused on illegal immigration and the impacts of our lax security at the southern border. Did you get a chance to read the Muller report and your initial reactions to it? So I was able to gloss over it. So I did not read the whole report the bottom line is. There was no collusion. Donald trump. Russia said it many times he could not kill Republican party. Let alone the Russian, and we knew that Democrats would never let this go. And so the fact the fact now that Donald had fake investigation started by Hillary Clinton in her collaboration and coordination in collusion with Russia. Right. It's all fake. And then they wanna come after Donald Trump and say, but you'll struck faking best negation absolutely insane. And then obstruction will forget Hillary Clinton who actually had a probe into her illegal use of a server, and she bleeds destroy information. The server sledgehammers. His cell phones to destroy evidence and information, but there was no obstruction into that investigation. The left is so rich. I can't see. So now, I know politicians like to quit Kate, and they like to use weasel words, I'm not quite clear here. Are you a no vote unimpeachable? You can bet the Bank on that day. Do you think they eventually get the votes to at least I know there are some unserious efforts at bringing articles of impeachment. But do you think this movement sweeps over your colleagues on the democratic side in the house? I mean, obviously there will be no conviction in the Senate. But as a sort of show movement, I mean, you, and I talked you predicted that they were going to impeach do you think that this movement despite the best efforts of leadership Pelosi in particular has been saying, no, we don't want to impeach at Steny Hoyer, come out and say, no, we don't think that impeachment is a workable option at this time. But you've got the Cossio Cortez's the Rasheeda impeach the bleep bleeper to leaves in the democratic caucus pushing very hard for this. Do you think of venture that they're going to try, and I would say they have AFC court Chas to leave their the heart on the soul of the democrat party where? The socialists liberals are at right now. And so as others the democrat party like like Nancy Pelosi might try to stop it. I think the movement country in the last is they want to an effort to impeach Donald Trump now. So do I think this is more than just saber rattling? No, I think they're gonna to do. And I think they're going to build a lot of support in the house to make it happen. The problem is there's a lot of crafts who gave them the majority in the house that comes from Trump leaning districts. They're more conservative districts in those districts that they want they want the Democrats, folks. Better looking back and tried to peach Trump on a bogus investigation from Hillary Clinton. Moving on though to what you saw in Yuma. Arizona what you saw on the southern border. I'll be blunt is there a national emergency. Is there a crisis? And if so how bad. As quoted by our policies in in the federal government. So number one the first thing cartel control the border what they're doing is. They're they're flooding our border agents with asylum-seekers, right? And when they flutter agents, they're they're actually taking off the border to go to the processing center and process. The twenty two hundred thousand seekers came across the border, and then the borders open, and and the cartels can send their drugs or they're higher value illegals into the country from China or their gang. Members the borders open for them to rush across so the cartels controlling the border. I was at the processing center, Dan. And I mean, it breaks your heart. People who made a two thousand mile journey also happen when they come in. If they haven't paid seven to ten thousand dollars to the cartels. They're actually brought into into the country and their indentured servants. They'll work for years on in the cartels will take their money. They really don't have any American. They don't have freedom their their indentured servant, and then the way the policy is if you come in and claim asylum in your adult, we can hold you indefinitely until you have your hearing it could be two to five years. Eight eight hundred thousand person backlog, I'm here in these cases, however child big child for twenty days, and they don't want to separate parents until or alleged parents and children. So if you come to town released in twenty days, and so your incentive to bring a child with you and claiming that it's your child, and so what they are doing are renting kids in forcing kids to come into states. Then back the next go get another. Adult travel in the US, go back to Mexico, and so on and so on the kids are being pimped out right to bring adult to the border because they're claiming this is the parent of this insane. He is Wisconsin congressman Sean Duffy joining me here, and I guess is a physical barrier enough to hear you talk about it. This seems to require a total overhaul of America's asylum laws. A border is important barriers important. Just walk across the Colorado river. Only up to your knees. So we need a number one. But we have to change our laws and the incentives that bring people to our meeting. You can't say if you come and claim them, even though you don't have a claim to asylum and you come with a kid, you get you get. Released into the into the country. That's stupid. Let's actually let's actually hold parents and children until the cases, and that'll stop you of these people from coming because they know that our laws are broken immediately in to America, so border security laws will go a long way to fix the problem and the incentive for illegal migrants to come to the state realistically, though, how likely is that with Democrats in control of the house. I mean, they've made their position very clear that they're not interested in quite frankly, any sort of border security. No, they're not. But if you recall just six weeks ago, Democrats and their allies in the media were saying, this was a manufacturer crisis. Now, these Democrats acknowledging that the crisis so too. Solutions other long solution. But I think we're making progress on the democrat side, but I'm not gonna hold gonna fight for security because. Donald Trump, and they care more about defeating Donald Trump than they do about protecting Americans and actually protecting the legal migrants come into our country. So I'm not gonna hold on that frankly, incredibly sad. This is the most inhumane on humanitarian policy that our country could have people to come to our borders on on dangerous missions. He is Wisconsin congressman, Sean Duffy, sir. I always appreciate talking to you. Always appreciate your insight. Thank you so much for coming on the program. Again, happy you too. So you too. All right. We will take some more phone calls coming up on this deadly terror attack in Lanka. 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"humanitarian policy" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

11:25 min | 1 year ago

"humanitarian policy" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Nine FM and AM six thirty Washington's mall, W M A L or Washington comes to talk show. So President Trump basically has been left with very few legal options on the border federal courts ruling over and over and over again that everything that he does apparently illegal. They're all local courts district courts in California ruling that apparently everything is legal all of the rulings conflict with each other. Joining us on the line to discuss what exactly are the legal options that should be on the table is Josh hammer. He's editor at large of the daily wire. He's also the in-house counsel at first liberty institute, Texas based religious liberty legal defense for Josh. Thanks so much for joining the Ben Shapiro show. It's good to be with you back. So Josh, let's start with this. There's a federal judge that just ruled that the president could not actually deport people to Mexico where they would await asylum hearings in the United States. This is just the latest federal judge to go above and beyond what the law actually suggests if you had a chance to take a look at all the various conflicting federal rulings that have come out about immigration in the last couple of years. Yeah. No. I it really is total melts from factors that kind of build one against the other and just make it so much worse. So our modern story begins last may and June. When the Trump administration started, it's not Collins policy at the border, and what happened then was talking about this fluoride bent decree from nineteen Ninety-seven. And it's happening why they nineteen ninety five fifteen year old Salvadoran immigrant named Jenny Florez initiated litigation ACLU and some other left-wing organized down to time in supreme court in nineteen ninety three with ultimate remand mandated back to trial court, and then nineteen ninety seven is consent decree that been talked around the news so much over the past year, or so basically said that if you are an unaccompanied alien minor who seeking asylum at our border, you have to be released within twenty days, and what happened is actually twenty fifteen during the Obama administration. The US court kills ninety Sergei which. Diction there over California, which issued a consent decree basis interpreted floor as to apply to nachos unaccompanied alien minor children, but also to company daily minor children. So basically what the Trump administration if you've been around like Laura as that kind of separate question. And if we assume that they're bound by Florez, then they'll let the Trump administration with essentially two options they could catch and release. They could basically release everyone into being here at the country, which is what the Obama administration is doing and math, and they're standing interior, and as we've seen the news all older place the last two years and ended up committing violent crimes or you have to separate them and the ministrations basically reaction today, December months after the administration, July petition the corporate venture district, California to amend floor, isn't he denied it? But invest for December administration down it's weighed in Mexico Kalsi. And it's basically just said we are not gonna keep you in the US. You have to say. Mexico while we adjudicate your silent gearing and the whole point of policy Ben way to not separate the child is supposed to humanitarian policy is better for the interior of the country as well, obviously, do that humanitarian policy to keep the parent and a child together. So that actually is what yesterday judge Richard Seaborg district John California just overturn. So there's warning to the Trump administration at every turn here from immigration enforcement perspectives. I can only imagine how frustrating it the administration's deal with Jesse. Let's talk for a second about the SoHo binary policy that President Trump apparently is considering apparently they they are trying to promulgate regulation that would allow parents who crossed the border illegally with their children to me. They're opt to keep their children with them or for family separation doesn't that run afoul of Flora's? Meaning even with the parents permission. You're not allowed to keep the kids in custody. Correct. That's correct. It's kind of a another question whether floors even correctly interpreted immigration nationality. Acts by four is what it stands for the night. Then a consent decree is that accompanied million children have to be released within twenty days. So you're correct that is the same level. So with all of this said, I mean, this does raise some serious questions not just about immigration, but also about the nature of these district courts being able to create nationwide injunctions in the first place know, obviously, the Obama administration used to ignore some of these nationwide injunctions on for example, Jacka what exactly should president from doing here? Can you explain for folks the difference between judicial review, which is the idea that that the courts to look at laws in light of the constitution. And what you've from judicial supremacy. Yeah. For sure. So so whether employers binding, it kind of is baked into this question initial review versus visual supremacy. So judicial review, which is what Margaret knife established would every person lives, and you know, the famous class that he may or may not be getting in middle school high school establish issue review. Judicial review means is that an article three federal court budget issues power of which the very first clause of Article V. The constitution speaks allows the court the power to determine whether or not eight statute added apply to the need Michigan to the lawsuit. If constitutionally permissible, so it eventually just allow the courts to adjudicate certificates issue will remedy to specific name party to that case supremacy, which the court really denied adopt until bring obscure tape in nineteen fifty eight called Cooper VR and enter the problem. Admission that the judiciary's prognostications that what the constitution means don't just apply to individual party to the lawsuit. But actually also bind the other two political branches executive branch and congress and the courts not faded until nineteen fifty eight with a pretty naked power grab at the time. I ABRAHAM LINCOLN famously in his first inaugural address spoke vehemently against this. He was speaking against even Douglas debate. Even Douglas took will be called Digital's apprentices today at the binding nature of the morally, abhorrent dread. Stockholding Lincoln said I will try to drag guy himself and no one else. So we pass for Lincolnian principles present in the Trump administration were to take an anti dishes apprentice stand they would be in my opinion, well within the right to say that Flora's consent decree only applies to Jenny Flores who if my dad is now forty nine years old and completely eight operatives according to any of this. So what does that what what options? Does the Trump administration have left? I keep hearing about how the Trump administration is cruel inhumane and terrible in every way, obviously comics on late night are having all sorts of fun with Christian Nielsen there suggesting that she is going to be known for putting kids in cages, even though that was a policy that started really under Barack Obama. And as you mentioned in regards to the non circuit court of appeals ruling with regard to the floor a settlement. So with with all of that said does from actually have any options left here in the absence of congressional action. Probably the easiest solution. Congress can overrule floor any time it wants to separate question as to whether floor is actually even still relevance. Judge Andrew Hannon of the southern district of Texas pretty conservative judge ruled against Nevada administration on top of quite beneficially set an opinion twenty thirteen twenty fourteen around Dan that floor is that she was only intended to last five years. That's the minority opinion. I'm not sure where the Trump administration DOJ comes out on this. I maybe themselves down. So that's not a good option. Congress us leading to get rid of floors is the or or or just taking that into supplying the wind Coney notion, basically saying you're just not going to abide by that. Because of an applied anyone other than Jenny Florida's those are two of the most straightforward solutions by I I wrote the daily wire, Dan, I thought that Trump's fully shut down the US Mexico border actually had seen legitimate benefits. I mean, they're there as potentially economically ruinous. If you apply. Imports of trade. But if you apply just to integration, you allow commerce flow in through reports, you know, millennials we can all get her off the cod does and be happy. But if you apply just immigration, I think there's something to be said for that. Because it's all stems from the total incompetence of next government. They're the ones who are allowing these cartels and trafficking rings and these tower band. March on through unimpeded. So I'm a big proponent of applying leverage on the Mexican been right now, they're allowing these cartels eventually havoc on our border. So that's one good option as well. But congress amending and ideally, eliminate floors would be the most straightforward can leverage. Can we actually apply in the Mexican government? Given the fact that we've had multiple Mexican administrations. None of them have been able to shut down the border willing to shut down the border, a huge number of these administrations have been in bed with the drug cartels. What exactly can the United States do to apply pressure? What would that pressure? Look like. So. Yeah. So it's, you know, contradiction to I just said, I mean, it's possible that you might have to apply economically, and that would be bad for the US. It would be bad for Mexico. But I I don't know perhaps I've done a one eighty I'm a free trade guy, obviously. And I know you are too bad. I mean, I I've always being in college. I know what free trade looks like it's matter of macroeconomic theory. It's a it's a big Crato efficient all parties improved from these mutually beneficial transactions. I, but I guess I'd kinda come around a little bit and term ministration to the wreck of tariffs, then retired toward policy just to co worker. The government to essentially take an action Trump is doing very much with the Chinese government right now, they're in the midst of negoti industry deal, whereas actual properties the marquee issue. So I guess I'm not opposed to lease a credible threat. If from his table issuing with regards to convert auditory, tout tariffs or even shutting down ports of entry trade. I really hope it would not get stuff like that. Actually. Would be economically quite harmful. But another option as well, and our friend Daniel Horowitz is rain about this is USA department needs to label the leading Mexican cartels who are engaged. A lot is trafficking and oftentimes actually in bed with Hezbollah and other transnational terrorist organizations as well. We need to label them SEO's foreign terrorist organization, and that that will allow fault for all sorts of other legal options as far as saying going after the end the transaction. I I'm not even opposed to kind of going back to what at the beginning of the twentieth century with millions of pasta. We're knowing the banana wars kind of like the US Mexico border wars around the one the border. I it kind of makes sense to me that if we're going to be deployed military all over the world, you might as well, you know, potentially potentially deploy them if need be where these murderous transnational cartels are literally within if our border. Josh, thanks so much for joining us. Josh Hamburg's editor at large of the daily wire, you can check out all of his work there. You can also follow him on Twitter at Josh hammer. Go check them out right now. Josh, thanks so much for your time. Thanks, much rain coming up in just a second. We're going to talk about the measles outbreak in New York City, and what to be done about it. I admit it. You think cybercrime is something that happens to other people? You may think no one wants your data or that. Hackers. Can't grab your passwords or credit card. 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"humanitarian policy" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"humanitarian policy" Discussed on KGO 810

"Can we do both? Can we help people without destroying ourselves? Sounds kind of hyperbolic, but I think is true. That it seriously does impact your life. When you're allowing all these people to come into your country as refugees, the earlier caller mentioned something like one hundred and fifty million people seeking asylum in the United States. I can't find that number anywhere. So if somebody wants to send it to me, I'm happy to look at it. But we're not facing anything like that. We are facing though, you know, maybe a hundred million. I'm sorry. One hundred thousand in a year who want to have access to the United States. Not all of those people qualify, not all those people should get in. We have to have controls at our border. Absolutely. We have to have border security. We also have to have a humanitarian policy to process as quickly as possible. Those people who are seeking asylum to see if their claims are legitimate, and we have a legal responsibility and a humanitarian responsibility to take in the people that we can take in and help. And then what what else? Do we do as a country? Eighty eighty eight ten is the telephone number eighty eighty eight ten let's go to Matt he's in Napa bad. Hi, welcome to GO. I don't have anything especially new to add to this conversation kind of an old idea. But I think it deserves to be brought up and that is that I think the majority of the people that are opposed immigration one way or another or are concerned that there's no democratic process that is decided this thing one way or the other there's no law in place, and that, you know, if you if you're to want an issue, you have to win it in the court of public opinion one way or another can't just be imposed from a minority of people in my opinion. I can just a minute. Are you talking about? There's no lawn place to handle what question mass migration. Well, in terms of the US the laws that are in place. Don't seem to be enforced at least that's the impression of a lot of people. I think that's true. Okay. And then I guess secondarily, we have the the UN charter, and my understanding of that is that there's certain protocols that people are supposed to go to generally, the idea is that they I border that they cross from the country. They're fleeing as a country that is supposed to be responsible for taking their asylum request and that that's not being honored either. So it seems what that we need to come up with a consistent set of laws and. Uh? That's my comment. I guess for the most part. Okay. I appreciate your comments on this. And I can you tell me where you found that information at the United Nations that it has to be the first country outside of their own. I think Dr drew had a guest on. Yeah. Okay. I don't I don't know. If that's correct. I've I've heard things before that. I know we're not correct. So I don't know if that is. But I'll see if I can find out I do know that there's international of it. There is also United States law that has to do with asylum-seekers. It's one of the things that President Trump tried to change recently. And he was shot down in the court because if a person is fearing violence like the gang violence or violence from or violence that they cannot be protected from from their own government like the drug gang violence and even domestic violence, so many people have suffered in those particularly those two nations Guatemalan Honduras. It's the requirement of US law that they be allowed to apply. It doesn't mean that they will be granted. But they are allowed to apply for asylum. Donald Trump, and Jeff Sessions stated publicly several months ago when they were locking children in cages, he he said that they were no longer going to honor those asylum requests, well that was taken to court and the court shot him down and said you have to honor those requests, it is the law of the United States. I'll look into it to find out about international law and the United Nations and what the United nation states about that. I it I I tend to think it's not true. And I tend to think that because the United States only borders to other nations, and that means that only Mexicans and Canadians would be able to seek asylum in the United States. And that's never been the case. Eight hundred eighty eight ten is the telephone number eight oh eight oh, eight ten back with more of your phone calls. I'm Pat Thurston. You're listening to Keiji out. K G O eight ten and.

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"humanitarian policy" Discussed on The Editors

The Editors

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"humanitarian policy" Discussed on The Editors

"So that they can feel like real full participants in American society. But look with regard to immigration. I just think we need to be realistic and pragmatic, we need to have a humane sense of limits right now, our immigration policy is very very strange. Okay. So it's one thing to say that we are going to admit refugees and some number of asylum, his who might have modest skills because we believe that that's part of right? Entity as a country. We wanna make that commitment. But the thing is that actually more low skill folks enter the country as immigrants who are family. Sponsored let's say or via other channels than enter on a humanitarian basis, it's one thing to say, you ought to have some humanitarian policy, and again, even there, I think you have to have some sensible limits. But I mean, that's the kind of really frustrating thing. So okay, you have a wait list of over four million people who are waiting for green cards were applying through the employment based or the family preference system. And there's no way to move up the queue by saying, for example. Hey, I have learned in my native country to speak English fluently one point five billion people around the world are learning English speaker as a second language, that's an incredibly high number. It's not as though this is some tiny elite living in like four or five countries. They're over one hundred countries, which you have a large critical mass of English speakers. So this is not some tiny thing. Or for example. You know, what about folks were H one Bs who secure remote if employment? There's really no way for you to ply yourself and move up the queue, it's not irrational sensible system. And what I'm saying is let's have a system that says we're going to give you guidelines. These are things that will help you succeed in the United States. Again. This doesn't apply to humanitarian folks, this applies to folks were applying through the normal standard channels where we have a tradition of saying we're gonna have a public charge doctrine, we want to be sure that you're able to provide for yourself a lot of ordinary Americans will understand if you're coming on a humanitarian basis, if you're let's say a political refugee something like that. You know, we understand that you're going to need a helping hand. But when you're coming because you've been sponsored by a relative at least saying, okay, we're going to prioritize those who actually take the time invest the resources to have some of those skills that will help you achieve middle class status in America does not seem like an unreasonable thing and by doing that, by the way, we. Ensure that you have immigrants we're going to pay a lot more in taxes than they receive in benefits, and they can help us make the investments in working class Americans working class Americans were native born working class Americans who were foreign born. But that actually makes the problem easier to address than harder. So actually, we've had accessible conversation at this point. I think without actually in a nutshell describing what you what you want as a as a policy matter. So that you you've just hit on part of it but elaborate a little bit. And what would your be your solution to the ten ten million or whatever? The the best estimate is a legal immigrants who are already here. A lot of them here. I don't know maybe more than half you, you know, better than I do more than a decade. So basically, I believe in having a genuine compromise a genuine settlement. If you look at the gang of eight if you look at McCain Kennedy these were compromises between folks who wanted a huge increase. In temporary low skill guests worker labor and people who want an amnesty. Guess what? There is not some huge clamor to have a sharp increase in temporary guest worker, low skill labor. It's just not there that was more a compromise between, you know, donor. So on the one hand and between advocates and organized labor on the other hand, what we need in my opinion is a compromise. That says we are going to have some kind of amnesty. And the reason for that is as you were suggesting, you know, something like over sixty percent of the immigrant, a unauthorized immigrant adults in the country have been in the country for ten years or more..

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"humanitarian policy" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily

The Christian Science Monitor Daily

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"humanitarian policy" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily

"It's a look at how even an economy fueled by oil and natural gas. She writes can attempt aggressive action on climate change. Now to our five stories for your Friday, including look at humanity at the border confidence in the future of US vote casting and especial empathy between faiths at one university. Our first story schools in some US border towns have long enrolled, Mexican American students living on the other side this humanitarian policy reveals nuances that some say are often missed in the national debate on immigration. Every school day yellow buses run from the US Mexico border to the public schools in Deming New Mexico aboard these school buses are hundreds of Mexican American students who live in Mexico with their families and study at US public schools. Their border border-crossing schooling. Does not raise many eyebrows in Deming, which has long standing ties with Palomas. It sister town on the other side for decades Mexican families have relied on medical services in Deming while people in Deming go to Mexico for dental care in recent years, more parents deported from the US to Mexico have moved close to the border. So their US born children can get a better education. At a time of intense national politicking over immigration ahead of next week's midterm elections. It presents another side of binational cooperation, we're going to continue to accept them because they're part of our community. They're our friends our neighbors and our family members says are Sanyo Romero superintendent of Deming public schools. This story was reported by story Hinckley Palomas, Mexico and Deming New Mexico for the monitor..

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"humanitarian policy" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:00 min | 2 years ago

"humanitarian policy" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"It already offers next shipping for in stock appliances. All right futures higher as we wait for the fed s and p futures up three points, NASDAQ up nine the fed will let us know about interest rates at two pm today. From the Bloomberg newsroom. I'm Patrice the Corre on NewsRadio seven hundred wwl w. It is eight twelve at seven hundred seventy well w and. Time to get in depth of things and get around to the latest on the cabinet situation here in a bed. Yeah. Whenever Republicans try to do something to ward off voter fraud. We hear how voter fraud. It's not a problem come on no fraudulent voting going on out there. Maybe we've seen two cases in the last fifty seven years. So this story in the LA times. And it's not a front page story is not a long story. But it's an interesting story where it says LAPD officer Dion Joseph knows his way around skid row. It's been as beat for twenty years said, well, it's not hard to find serious problems. He keyed him on one you wouldn't necessarily associate with skid row. He said this is what they do most of the voter registration fraud. It's been going on for years. He said it's pretty common for people hired by lobbyists to set up tables outside the missions and illegally pay people for fake signatures used for various ballot measures from all across California. Cops says they say, hey, wanna make a quick buck. And they give them a quarter a dollar a cigarette sometimes some food in the past few cases, it's been money. The last few cases ended up with a rasping LAPD said in undercover officers on Friday on with hidden cameras said so far this year, the apartment has arrested seven people per voter fraud. These are the people collecting signatures Joseph said, the first four charges were bumped down from felonies to misdemeanors. You said it sends a message that it's not a big deal as a result. These guys keep coming back. Voter fraud was not a problem. He says the departments working with the DA to ensure the Freeman arrested Friday are hit with felony charges. He said, it might not be the biggest deal of the average person out there. But it's an assault on our democracy. He's right about that. Like, you said it's been going on for years and his lobbyists who pay people to go. Get the signatures on the voter registration forms. How you show up to vote? I I assume you don't need an ID available in California. So it's easier to do or if you had to show up with an idea with your face looking like that name. That could put a crimp into things. But I assume in California, you don't need one. So that's one area of a skid row where that happens. It makes you wonder where else the same thing might be going on especially in those states where you don't need ID and things that drive me nuts. The president speaking to the UN yesterday, and he talked about America first any highlighted, patriotism and sovereignty and don't mess with us. We won't mess with us. The gist of the gist of it a federal judge in San Francisco wondered aloud whether the slogan is being used by the president's lieutenants to camouflage discriminatory immigration policies US district judge Edward Chen arguments for a couple of hours over whether he should block the Trump administration from overturning portions of the George H W Bush era humanitarian policy which offers residency to nationals in perilous conditions, though, some El Salvador Honduras, Nicaragua, basically, if it were rescinded about three hundred thousand people in this country could be deported. So he didn't make a decision as of the end of the hearing. But says he wonders if it's not again, the term dog whistle. I keep hearing apparently white men have these dog whistles where we all wink, and nod and know what the other one really means when he says he's opposed to immigration, and they point out that he referred to Haiti and some African countries as blind coal countries as we'll call them. And this is what drives me drives me nuts that I'm also opposed to things like Bank robbery. Now, if most Bank robbers were illegal aliens, would we then have to say, it's okay, because we're focusing on one particular group of people I mean, people are opposed to illegal immigration. I honestly you don't care that. It's honest. If you're on that side of the fence, I don't care what color. You are. Come in legally. Glad to have you apply to immigration and Naturalization Service fill out the forms. Get the attorney get the notary whatever you need wait in line come on in get a job live happily ever after become a center, I'm fine. With all of that. The problem is to make it look bad those on the left lumped together. Illegal and legal immigrants into the term emigrant. That's your fault. Not mine. I'm fine with immigration. I can't help it that you don't know the difference between the legal and the illegal. I'm opposed to illegal everything believe it or not. There are some laws. I'd like to see changed. But while they're illegal than I side with them being illegal. And I don't do whatever it says I can't do so just because you lump them together as one group of people doesn't mean I'm opposed to both. I'm not anti immigration at all. It's the illegal immigration that everyone I know is opposed to I don't know anyone who's opposed to immigrants coming here from other countries. And wait their turn Cabana. Get a job. I don't know anybody who's opposed of that quite honestly, if you were we'd be out of doctors by now. All right. So a pause and back. It's eight eighteen a lot of ground to cover work you on. This. 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"humanitarian policy" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"humanitarian policy" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

"The presidency what was the family separation policy what would happen under bush or abacha in these kinds of circumstances so the most recent history if you want to go back to the obama administration in two thousand fourteen there is a so called surge in central american unaccompanied minors showing up to the border family units in response to that the obama administration basically took a position of deterrence sort of an extension of a long standing us border enforcement strategy started moving a lot of families into family detention centers or paroling families out into the community with the expectation that they would you know return for meetings with immigration officials and a lot of these family detention centers you know a lot of porting and lawsuits revealed were pretty poorly run places in pretty dark by no means was the obama administration's record on the way they were handled the way they handled families exemplary but the difference between what the obama administration did and what the trump administration did is that when unaccompanied minors would come in under the obama administration they were unaccompanied because they came in by themselves under the trump administration the government is creating unaccompanied minors and that is the major difference in what we're seeing right now i i look at this situation in sort of as continuation of a long historical trajectory of immigration enforcement in this country that's sort of been passed down through multiple generations you go back to the clinton administration in the mid nineties bunch of border patrol chiefs and and planners within the pentagon got together and they drew up a plan for how to do enforcement on the border it's called prevention to turns the idea was you would funnel migration flows out of order city areas and into more remote regions where enforcement would be easier and that kind of has been the guiding strategy for the last two decades but as this happening on the right on the far nativist right you had sort of hardening of anger and resentment and frustration in this ran through the immigration enforcement agencies ice border patrol all of these guys it was expressed through breitbart you know you had jeff sessions than senator now are turning general with his young aids stephen miller basov that there was this anger deep deep anger in america at immigrants and in some of the law enforcement agencies that felt like with the obama administration was doing was incentivizing people to come here we know that that's not supported by the facts people are coming in from central america's because central america's become after you know techies of us interference one of the most dangerous places in the world to live people are fleeing extreme violence that hasn't figured in to the calculus of the far right and what they're doing right now is this is their fight this is the way stephen miller describing right now this summer is there there is a situation where the new york times interviewed stephen miller and they recorded it and they want to air that on their podcast the daily we were going to hear that audio on the show today right we were until i heard from the white house earlier today that they were not at all comfortable with using that audio because we didn't talk about any sort of alternative uses for the interview and when they found out that his voice was actually going to be on a podcast discussing this they were not happy about it so they asked us not to use and i listen to that up a sewed and what the times positions to be is that the trump administration asked them not to use the audio and they complied i mean this was an on the record interview but what stephen miller argued in that interview at the times was that this is in fact a humanitarian policy you also had jeff sessions essentially imply that this policy is divided from our lord and savior violate the law you subject yourself to prosecute i would cite you to the apostle paul and his clear and wise command romans thirteen to obey the laws of the government because god is obtained or dying the government for his purposes and then we had this insane press conference with the homeland security director kirsten nielsen on monday talk about all of those responses and events to.

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"humanitarian policy" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"humanitarian policy" Discussed on KPCC

"The context of domestic law if you said that the speed limit doesn't apply to you if you have a child in the back seat can you imagine what the consequences of that would be in one of the things he says is a lot more child endangerment and that is in fact his argument that you're putting children in danger because you're essentially encouraging people to use them as a means to get across the border which is a very dangerous trip it's very dangerous crossing and then when they get into the country certainly it could be a a pretty dangerous road ahead for them so in his mind this is a humane policy i think you used the word humanitarian it is interview with you because it discourages people from taking a risky trip with children across the border or using someone else's children as masks to legal again to the country right he says ours is the humanitarian policy and i think that's actually for two reasons one is you're essentially trying to discourage people from putting children in a dangerous situation or using them as a means of breaking the law but then in another sense this is where stephen miller and the president make the sort of pivot to the broader immigration system which they say essentially is so lax and so insufficiently enforced that you're essentially endangering american citizens to potential crimes by illegal border crossers they talk about the fact that there's family separation when you take a child away from someone who is unlawfully crossed the border but there's also oh permanent family separation when in a legal immigrant murderers in american citizen if you really care about families if you really don't have families to be broken apart you really need to fix the system and do all of the things the president has asked for including build a wall including make it more difficult to be eligible for asylum in this country including cutting legal immigration and all of these other things that have really nothing to do with the current crisis so this is also an act of humanitarianism according to stephen miller on behalf of the american people indeed this does seem like a genuinely challenging problem for the federal government crossing the border is an illegal act but so many people crossing come with children and you can't jail children and you can't hold families for long periods of time and there's tremendous administrative backlog so it does feel like an impossible situation it's always been on the table my colleague michael shear.

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"humanitarian policy" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"humanitarian policy" Discussed on The Daily

"Border which is a very dangerous trip it's very dangerous crossing and then when they get into the country certainly it could be a pretty dangerous road ahead for them so in his mind this is a humane policy i think used the word humanitarian in his interview with you because it discourages people from taking a risky trip with children across the border or using someone else's children as masks to legally get into the country right he says ours is the humanitarian policy and i think that's actually for two reasons one is your essentially trying to discourage people from putting children in dangerous situation or using them as a means of breaking the law but then in another sense this is where stephen miller and the president make the sort of pivot to the broader immigration system which they say essentially is so lax and so insufficiently enforced that you're essentially endangering american citizens to potential crimes by illegal border crossers they talk about the fact that there's family separation when you take a child away from someone who is unlawfully crossed the border but there's also permanent family separation when a legal immigrant murders in american citizen if you really care about families if you really don't want families to be broken apart you really need to fix the system and do all the things the president has asked for including build a wall including make it more difficult to be eligible for asylum in this country including cutting legal immigration and all of these other things that have really nothing to do with the current crisis so this is also an act of humanitarianism according to miller on behalf of the american people indeed so this does seem like a genuinely challenging problem for the federal government causing the border is illegal but so many people crossing come with children and you can't jail children and you can't hold families for long periods of time.

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"humanitarian policy" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

06:16 min | 2 years ago

"humanitarian policy" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Vary six thirty k how to this day and when i hear that song standing there long discount stovall tank some cut off jeans well between us komo you done which is outstanding i'm gonna get to the legal lease soon as i can because i want you to understand that you are being lied to about the situation at the border but in order to understand why this is suddenly an issue we have to look at what's happening in mexico the cartels are not stupid the cartels are not poor the cartels know precisely what they are doing they're taking was fascinating about that is the cartels are taking advantage of democrats and democrat policy and democrats are so freaking stupid that they care more about somehow tearing at your heartstrings than understanding the reality that their policies i want to throw in republicans who refuse to address this issue statutorily or monetarily or building a wall or doing anything else those republicans are as guilty as democrats and i despise them as much as i do the democrats but back to the cartels so we've we've had now a total of one hundred thirteen candidates for office that have been murdered since september most of them murdered with absolute impunity in broad daylight i'll give you an example right after debate where the candidates for congress side of his record as a mayor battling the cartels quote we close the businesses of organized crime and demolish the houses belonging to the data's according to this may oral congressional candidate pure on age forty three we took back the city from the data's and we returned pacified to the citizens and just a few minutes later boom dead dead right there not even dead on arrival you see the cartels don't kill where you get a chance to live if you get to a hospital in time no you're dead right there the mexican cartels have had to find a new funding source with the legalization of marijuana in the united states so the market for their crap marijuana dried up and so they found a new source of revenue human trafficking human trafficking that's what's going on and that's what democrats are supporting by refusing to build a wall by refusing to secure the border democrats and their cohorts on the republican side are supporting human trafficking yeah you can quote me on because i don't care what anybody in dc thinks about me they locked down the rio grande to the point that you must pay the cartels to the ferried across or you risk being murdered so the cartels were using these immigrants these illegal immigrants to flood zone to clog up border patrol resources they are functioning as human pond to distract from their efforts to smuggle opioids opioids across the border now they don't just benefit from being paid by these families so desperate to get away from the violence in central america every family group the cartels send across ties up a border patrol agent for hours hours let's go back to two thousand fourteen when remember when unaccompanied minors were flooding across in large groups us border authorities congressional people including remember who wasn't last week to set oh it was barbara dianne feinstein we we had a soundbite from dianne feinstein when she was asked about the hypocrisy of illegal immigration and she claimed that you know back in two thousand fourteen i really didn't understand what was going on she's so full of crap that is just losing out of every orifice that she has every family group the cartel send ties up the border patrol for hours so back in two thousand fourteen when all these unaccompanied minors were flooding across in large groups american authorities congressional authorities homeland security thirties were aware that the cartels were taking drugs just a few miles upstream well they dealt with the miners but there was anything they can do about it they were hamstrung by their own humanitarian policies there's something going on here that brings to mind the ignorance of the us military when it came to the early days of isis for example it's as if we refuse to acknowledge that the enemy reads the same media that we do you don't think that they're watching dumb ass gayle king down there talking about how the statute of liberty is weeping that's exactly what they want to hear that.

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"humanitarian policy" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"humanitarian policy" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"The federation for american immigration reform hi how are you buddy i'm doing well good afternoon good afternoon so let's start with the caravan because that's a a live active story we don't know how many if any have been leading this point or how many are breaking in have you got any today information on the caravan the southern border well i don't know that they've made it to the border yet you know they let central america with lot of fanfare announced that they were coming to the border we're gonna come in whether we like it or not a lot of them kinda fell by the wayside along the way the us government was even able to get a little bit of cooperation from the mexican government from cranston through mexico but you know the bottom line is as long as we send a message that if you can get the border we're going to let you in we're gonna let you play the system bracket it out for as long as possible we're going to keep seeing these things and congress knows that there are loopholes and laws that they have written that people are taking advantage of whether it's the asylum law where people filing completely bogus filing claims the expectation that they'll be allowed to remain in the country three years or you know they come with minors because we have an antitrafficking law that accident created a market for smuggling where if you come with kids we can send you back again without a lengthy traditional preceding so these are all things congress knows about congress is doing what it does best which is nothing spite of the fact that we have people taking advantage of abusing or humanitarian policies so here we stick with this situation the president of sending some national guard down to back up the border patrol that's just a stopgap venture what we have to do is make it clear we're not gonna let you abuser system yeah just so we're very clear the first people in that caravan did indeed arrive at the border yesterday more expected to arrive today and for the rest of this week the the secretary of the department of homeland security custom nielsen she says the office monitoring the situation and i quote if members of the caravan enter the country illegally they will be referred for prosecution for illegal entry in accordance with existing law.

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"humanitarian policy" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

The Ezra Klein Show

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"humanitarian policy" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

"Hello on the box vida podcast network this is a special episode an episode i'm proud to present but it is not my podcast it is of a new vox media podcast called displaced displaced is podcast is a partnership between vox media boxes parent company and the international rescue committee which is the world's largest organization focusing on refugee and humanitarian issues some of you may remember a year ago i did an interview with grand cordon grant works at the irc refocuses on humanitarian policy innovation the response you all had to that interview with huge a lot of you actuated to say that that hearing from grant had changed what you wanted to do in life that you were now going to work in humanitarian rescue to in part because we got such a great reply to that discussion we are launching this podcast displaced which is about the refugee crisis that is i think one of the central issues of our time it is up ending the european union it has arguably upended american politics is a good argument to be made that the refugee crisis and some of what sprang from it is part of why donald trump is president it is clearly clearly stressing and straining the middle east and at the core of it are a series of crises and conflicts that are devilish hard to resolve and very very very important to understand probably the most pressing one at the moment is these ongoing civil war in syria a war that we are now once again dropping bombs on to punish the use of chemical weapons in the in its discussion grant and his co host ravi they talked to steven hickey steven icke was the un's deputy ambassador to damascus in two thousand ten he was there when this began and he was kicked out by the assad government as violence intensified so he has seen this crisis from the very beginning and if you want to understand if you want to understand why it has gone the way it has gone he is really worth listening to and if you enjoy listening to this podcast you should subscribe to displaced which get wherever you get your podcast again that is displaced they do an interview like this every week.

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"humanitarian policy" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"humanitarian policy" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"I don't know what newspaper you're reading but i guess that would be another example of as you say fake news make sure you look up at real donald trump brown are only way around the media fake media remaining with us for this conversation amber phillips brian bennett said he'll kapor brian it didn't seem like the president was expecting to be booed from that audience in davos that line usually goes over well he's usually used to facing a friendly crowd what he had just delivered a speech about putting america first where he had stayed on script delivered at a measured tones hadn't been booed and then he sits down and has his qna and immediately launches into like a political attack on on hillary clinton saying that the stock market would have gone down fifty percent achieve and elected and then he launches attacks in media saying that now he found out there vicious and fake and and he was booed came up and i mean it's it's he realized reverse back into old habits quite quickly after delivering what was a pretty controlled speech as amber when we talk about a chilling effect when we talk about a corrosive effect of this phrase alone talk of what that means uh yeah it's a phrase that that has consequences i'm going to quote senator jeff flake who i gave a entire speech on the senate floor about this the other week republican criticizing his party's own president and noted that there were dictators as far as burma syria singapore venezuela an authoritarian leaders who have used this freeze fake news to brush off very serious criticism about their humanitarian policies in addition to that earlier this week there was were reported that a man had called up cnn and said i'm going to gun all you guys down this is fake news and use that phrase repeatedly.

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