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"jack kemp" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Scott, the African American senator from South Carolina Race has been a big issue already in this campaign. People don't always think of the Republican Party is reaching out to African Americans. And yet there's a long and noble history of it in rebellion party, you know about because of your association with Jack Kemp. That's absolutely right. David. I'm a former State Council of the policy here and on my CD. They're in Oklahoma when Jack asked me to work for him. First thing, he said, was Frank. Learn this You know the numbers between a rich person and a poor person. I said no, he said. The rich person has more money. So Jack's whole focus was this union. We are Many different people. But we are one which means how comes Hules air so rotten and most inner cities. How come there is not diversity in the police Department's How come Abortion is a common practice of birth control in the black community. Why don't we treat African Americans? Black people like us? We're all equal. We're all one and that was Jax. Called alarms and Mrs Greta Scott King frequently spent some time with him and may and that was her called warms, and I think it's great that the party that was not the party of segregation. Was not the party of slavery was not the party of the poll tax has its convention. We are the party of Abraham Lincoln and Jack Kemp was an exemplar are excellent statement and full disclosure. My wife, Sherry, served with you and the Jack campus, the assistant secretary for public affairs Give us a sense of where the enterprise zones came from The Jack Kemp really sponsored and Tim Scott, the senator now has really picked up that mantle. Not in fact, anything we could do as a people to encourage enterprise and success in the inner city. We've got to do it and enterprise zones basically. We're creatures of a lot of people. But Jack can't most particularly. We're going to take neighborhoods for example, communities that are ravage and find out why I mean, do we need to have dramatically better schools? We never did anything about that. Quite truthfully. And regrettably, how about Justin takes forever to get a permit? How about are the buildings on disintegrating? Why don't we focus get business in those communities and labor into those communities to help build him up and hire the people who live in them? Of course, you know, Jack was funny. He would He was on the view that that should be a very significant part of the renaissance of the inner city. But he also wanted to have America such a broad minded society that if a black person wanted to leave, I could do that, too, and find a job. And live someplace else without fear or without prejudice. And that is the party of Lincoln. And I think that's the legacy of Jack. So, Frank. We're just moments away from President Trump, which will cut away to assumes that happens, but did it work? Well, it's an unfinished product. Quite truthfully, The schools have not been improved The worst fools anywhere frequently. Well, always, if not always, always. Are in the inner city communities. You have a lot of single parents other If there is a mother and dad president and the schools are educated, then we're fine, and that's the thing. The governors and mayors need to focus on it is inexcusable that schools in the inner cities perform Por eso poorly yet my Jack said, ever seen rich and poor people rich people have more money so those they're down in the dumps. We need to pick him up and have them participate in the American grain. Something can't believe Governor Keating. I'm just going up to right now, because the president's about to speak. We don't want to miss any of it at all. We're going to come back to Governor Frank Keating, former governor Oklahoma Sir, we've heard from the president. Let's go to the convention now and here, the leading into President Trump. Freeing American hostages.
Obituary: Herman Cain
"Herman Cain helped define the American black conservative movement. He also set the stage for trump by Philip Elliott. Herman. CAIN remembered the nineteen ninety-six moment that changed his political trajectory as clearly as any in his life. The businessman was advising Jack Kemp's vice presidential campaign and accompanied the boss to the iconic Sylvia's soul food restaurant in Harlem for an event a man in the crowd shouted out to Kane and colleagues Black Republicans, there's no such thing. The. Same Man in canes telling called them Uncle Toms. The episode. So angered Kane that when he got home from that campaign swing, he switched from a registered independent to a card carrying member of the Republican. Party and over the next quarter century, the child of the segregated south became one of the best known black Republicans in the country briefly rising to be his party's presidential front runner for the two thousand twelve nomination and remaining one of the most quotable stars in conservative media. So committed to his party's stick it in the I e host was Cain that he flew to Tulsa. Oklahoma for President Donald, trump's first return to the campaign trail after one hundred thousand US corona virus deaths despite dire warnings from public health experts at that endure rally on June twentieth the stage four colon cancer survivor posed for pictures without wearing a mask and sat in the packed stands with fellow fans of the president on June twenty-ninth Cain tested positive for the corona virus. On July second, his aides announced he had been hospitalized while fighting the disease his twitter account continued to criticize mask wearing and to promote unproven endorsements of hydroxy. On. July. Thirtieth CAIN aides announced he had died from the White House trump attributed the death to the thing called the virus cain among the most prominent Americans to die during this pandemic who was seventy four In many ways, Kane and trump were cut from the same cloth neither had been elected to any political post before running for the White House, both delighted in needling the Republican Party's establishment and the mainstream press they shot from the hip campaigned in slogans and didn't much care to learn the details. Both men were dogged by allegations of sexual affairs and inappropriate behavior, and both denied the allegations they proved disqualifying for Kane who ended his bid in December twenty eleven under intense scrutiny. But they did not derail trump just one election cycle. Later, they were also both savvy exploiters of the media. In saying things they knew would provoke outrage and thus amplify the celebrity at the core of their bids indifference toward if not hostility against what had come before was a cornerstone of their strategy, not a flaw. CAIN was born in Memphis in nineteen forty-five to a domestic worker mother and a janitor father when his dad was hired to be the chauffeur for the head of coca-cola, the family moved to Atlanta where cain would graduate from Morehouse College. He then completed his graduate studies at Purdue University after civilian service in the navy from there Kane moved from engineer to executive with Pillsbury and its subsidiaries of Burger King and Godfather's pizza where he would be its CEO. In nineteen, Eighty Eight, he oversaw Godfather's. From, Pillsbury throughout the same time yelled positions with the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. That part of his resume lead trump to consider cane for a position in his administration a move that drew dissent from fellow Republicans who were not eager to revisit the allegations against Kane for three years. Kane led the national. Restaurant Association a lobbying arm for the industry that paid settlements to at least two women who detailed canes unwanted advances. His was not a typical career in his post. CEO Years Cain became a sought after motivational speaker and unsuccessful presidential candidate in two thousand and a Senate one in two thousand four. As, the tea party movement started to organize after Barack Obama's election to the White House. Kane emerged as one of its strongest spokespeople when the twenty twelve election cycle began kane decided to run the scrappy est of campaigns focused on untrue additional travel schedule that often seemed more like a book tour than an organizing effort. His novel nine, nine nine tax plan proposing a nine percent corporate business flat tax, a nine percent personal income flat tax and a nine percent national sales tax drew I rolls from economists but curiosity from voters. Antipathy toward front runner Mitt Romney proved sufficient to give cain a chance to rise in the late summer and fall of twenty eleven until his personal life just proved too much. But he didn't shrink from podcast life. Instead he became a ubiquitous voice and reliable critic of Democrats
BREAKING: Herman Cain Dies Of Coronavirus At Age 74 in Atlanta
"A political consultant who worked for Herman? Cain on his twenty twelve presidential campaign is announcing that he has passed away. from. covid nineteen. That's breaking news here in Y'all I'm not confide. This is not. Confirmed other than through Ellen. And I'm Yup. nope. It's IT's confirmed folks. Herman Cain has died of the corona virus. age seventy four. In Republican presidential candidate in two thousand twelve. Herman Cain ran his platform very famously was the nine nine, nine tax reform plan. He had been Fox. News contributor and a newsmax contributor newsmax is confirming his death He was admitted to the hospital on July first two days after being. DIAGNOSED WITH COVA night teen. Ten Days Prior, he had been at the Rally for the President they they don't know where he got the virus. And Herman Cain has now. Passed away He was the President of Godfather's pizza. He. Rose through the ranks He joined coca. Cola. He worked for Pillsbury. He was regional vice president for Burger, King, which at the time Pillsbury owned and then he took over. Godfather's pizza turned around made it a profitable company. And his big issue is marketing. He became the chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City in Nineteen ninety-five He was in the position for twenty months in nineteen in two, thousand nine you'll recall the president renominated him for the Federal Reserve. Board? He ultimately withdrew his nomination. He dabbled in politics in one, thousand, nine, hundred sixty was an adviser to the Bob Dole Jack Kemp Campaign for President He ran for the Senate in two thousand four. He was defeated in the primary by Johnny Isaacson actually campaigned for him in two thousand four. Now he beat colon cancer it was stage four and two, thousand six he was diagnosed with it the and then from two, thousand, eight, two, thousand, seven, of course, he had the Herman Cain Show in Atlanta? On WSB, I was actually hired in two thousand eleven to replace Herman on WSB Because Herman had decided, he was going to run for president and he had been in the line to replace Neil Bortz they needed somebody to replace Herman as a result. So they hired me Herman off and ran for president. He at one point was the front runner for the Republican presidential nomination, and then he the ultimately lost the nomination and came back to radio has has wound down his career over time and. Herman Cain now dead he was a good man. Seventy four years old affected by coronavirus virus. Prayers for his family. And for for those who knew and loved and worked with Herman Cain God. Bless him.
"jack kemp" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"To the point of almost considering it a throne election I know that's a very serious charge but it's what I feel there is only one very serious area of Clinton weakness Mister Clinton is weak when it comes to the issues of honesty integrity character personal things but non trivial the dole campaign had to find a way either through Bob Dole or at least through Jack Kemp to begin to enter this area of criticism and had to begin to make it an issue and they have for what ever reason I decided to completely avoid the area now I know that that then would be a sign of trying to take the high road but the high road when you're twenty one points down is not going to get you to your destination at all it's going to have you as a footnote in the history books with regard to elections and that's exactly where this campaign is headed I thought that for a long time and I think it's more than ever tonight and I'm not exactly going to really make the charge of their throwing the election because that implies a conscious intent to do it and I don't really feel that but it certainly has been mishandled so as far as I'm I'm concerned Al Gore one the debate Jack Kemp lost it of all the people that should have been able to debate well Jack Kemp is that person he didn't get a very bad day he seemed unsure of himself on scene there Jack Kemp but be incredibly effective this was not one of his days there is one more presidential debate and we'll see what happens but I do not have high hopes here's a fax it's typical of what I received art one of our express my disappointment with the camp all face off tonight in all honesty the Republican Party is dead for the next four years as a Republican I was more impressed with Al Gore his general demeanor his attention to camp as camp spoke his articulation his responding directly to those questions posed by Mister layer camp rambled on in redundancy to the majority of Americans we will live to see Clinton gore let's say for another term the only way for a dole Kemp presidency is a down and dirty fights nationally to expose Clinton's character past and present we have the ammunition and a decision not to pursue this course of action is the death of dole camp for them to take the high road as they trail in double digits will be devastating to our party as all losers are quickly forgotten and never forgiven they must run the race with every intent to win at whatever the cost Rudy in Phoenix and I agree with you of course Rudy I was all just leave it at that it is no different than I expected it to be how about you a federal judge has upheld a contempt citation the one that put Susan McDougal in the pokey last month for refusing to testify about the president's role in the whitewater saga the eighth circuit court of appeals has rejected McDougal's complaint that our constitutional rights were violated when a district judge found her in contempt of court center to jail about a month ago the first US troops are leaving Bosnia however there are five thousand going in and they are going to stay in till spring time I'm not sure of which year it it seems clear to me that we are going to stay now in Bosnia for sometime to come out is another presidential promise violated clearly but again for some unknown reason and I'm very hesitant to charge throwing the election because I'm I'm pretty sure that's not what's going on but this dole out camp seems unwilling to go after the Clinton administration on any of the things that I've heard so many of you complain so bitterly about so the effect is a a lost elections if not a cost election Israel and the Palestinians are getting nowhere fast and I think it's only a matter of time until it turns into a big conflict and maybe more and I guess that's the news I the hard news others really not a whole hell of a lot more going on it was the debate night and I just told you the way I think the debates turned out you may not feel that way I'm got I've got a kind of a worrisome story here and I'm going to read it to you it can it concerns our old friend madman Markham I got a call the other day from a writer over a Sampson up for the St Joseph news press and she was going to write one last I think leaving that newspaper she was the right one last story wanted right about Matt so she asked me for a couple comments I gave them to her and I also gave them madman's gave her madman's contact number and she went away and wrote her article I got a copy of that article today and I'm going to read it to you madman Markham is an affectionate name that I gave to Mike Markham who thought he was building a time machine I'll just read this.
"jack kemp" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"Tweets. We've seen no oh one in the league we really in the leadership position of the House or the Senate Kevin McCarthy or Mitch McConnell come out and and distance themselves from this. I mean trump trump has taken the party out of the closet in terms of its racism. I think the Republicans have always had a problem it goes back to the southern strategy with Richard. Nixon is and Ronald Reagan decrying welfare Queens <hes> states rights. You had the Willie Horton ad for the George H W Bush <hes> campaign pain and so there's always been this for tation if not more so with racist tropes as they like to say trump has taken the party fully out of the closet taken off the hood. If you want to say it that way and most of the party at least the people in control say yeah not a big problem and if people still coming to the rallies cheering him him on so I think I really respect congressman English. He knows that <hes> but I think the time to stand up is really almost too late. I I think you guys got to start a new party or at. least you know burn this one down because you're not getting it back Bob. What do you say to that well? There's there's another narrative Jack. Kemp Republicans like me people. You know that that believe conservatism works if it works for everyone if it's if it does and it's good for Saul philosophy if it doesn't it's not very good and so they're those of us who Jack Kemp Republicans people like Nikki Haley who took down the confederate flag in south South Carolina so there are some difference <hes> folks out there that are ready to lead a grand opportunity party if we could get away break raked breakaway from the grumpy old party which I agree it has become and so that grumpy old party will not survive but I hope nope that out of its ashes can come a free enterprise party that believes in the sanctity of life that believes in they smaller government and inefficient government that believes leaves the government can do things it believes America she lead the world and the believes that free enterprise can solve things like climate change if we get the right policies in place so ah that party can exist but I agree we've got to jettison grumpy old party which really is headed to the ash heap of history and the Problem Danielle gala seeming in the last few weeks something more than grumpy starting with the president's attacks on the Republican Congress weather democratic congresswoman assume and then his his comments about Elijah Cummings and Baltimore and then last night he was carrying on about inner You know it's more it seems more than a flirtation with racism now. It seems like all out dating yes it is it's marriage basically and I just have to push back a a little bit. This did not start with Donald trump okay. Let's not forget that Sarah Palin was out there whipping up those crowds and talking about President Obama and and highlighting his quote unquote otherness and and all the ugliness that we saw that came with President Obama's election and the rise of the tea party and some of the racist stuff that we saw around then and so <hes> to David's point I think trump just bought out a lot of the racism that has sort of been dormant and maybe behind the scenes we heard those recent Reagan Nixon tapes were President Reagan and everyone's favourite lauded Republican president <hes> was calling black people monkeys and they were laughing about it. Racism has been a part part of this Republican Party for decades and they just found somebody in Donald trump who wasn't afraid to embrace it and now people are feeling in bolted in the country to come out talk about it freely so there are people in the Republican Party who are fighting back against the idea that losing will hurt in Congress is an actual loss for the party..
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"And with Wednesday funny on. Jack Kemp shin wrote his best known song on the floor of a club in California. Scribbling the words on the back of a poster then in one thousand nine hundred seventy two the eagles recorded peaceful easy feeling on their debut album. Kempson would co write more hits for the band and with its leader. Glenn? Like you belong to the city now Jack Kemp belongs in the hall. Nick in that CPS correspondent Anthony Mason reporting at four forty eight.
"jack kemp" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Former vice presidential nominee and former HUD secretary, Jack. Kemp is Jim Jimmy camp. Jimmy or Jim. I'm Jimmy Jimmy, Larry. All right. Well, I'm great. And I'm just honored to talk was accused fan of your father's. I'm a I'm a I'm a kid of the Reagan era. I thought he was such an important voice during during those times and miss him terribly. I'm sure you do too. Well, we're grateful to have had him for his healthy life span. He died too early to young when he was seventy two, but you talking about so many veterans who sacrificed their lives for our nation and freedom died way too young, but contributed so incredibly much. I appreciate your your kind words, and we're grateful that he was able to serve the country in the way that he did and come certainly grateful. But he was my dad taught me how to throw a football. Yeah. I'll say I want to hear those stories in a minute because I can't imagine having a dad is a congressman of vice president nominee, but really an NFL quarterback. That's something else. But let's talk about your big event tomorrow night. The jack. Kim foundation, you're having your dinner tomorrow night. And boy, this is a great, you know, when you can get Ben Sasse Kay Coles. James, Tim, senators, Tim, Scott and Trump all together for the same reason. You know, you've got a transcendent message. Well, the reality Larry is that as conservatives we all believe in America that is United by what we call the American idea. It's what my dad called it. And that's our mission at the Jack. Kemp foundation to advance the American idea. There's there's so much that ties us together. Especially on a day. Like Veterans Day, not only the petty political divisions inside what are know one party or the other, but these really are smaller divisions. When you think about it compared to the mission of so many men and women have died for having a country that has equality of opportunity for all. And and where we recognize the way that she will nature works. We are driven by sentence to better our lives and handouts don't work people need opportunity. So that's really what's pulling us together tomorrow evening or a guy named Sean Parker who came up with an idea called opportunities owns that. President Trump pushed into the congressional tax reform Bill late in two thousand seventeen and that was driven by Senator Tim, Scott who will be with us as you mentioned. He'll he'll be with us tomorrow night. Yeah. But we're excited to do it. And we think it'll be a good reminder for everyone knows how we can how we pulled together even across party lines. Let alone the internal internal dissension that exists. Yeah. Tell you Jimmy Kimmel I sadly, dear friends and family members of mine had passed away. Andrew Breitbart, one of them, and and everyone wants to say, oh, what would Andrew Breitbart think of Donald Trump, and I never answer that question because you never know. And I wouldn't ask you what your dad would think of President Trump now because I'm sure that the impossible to give a short answer to that. However, something hit me, and I even mentioned it on the air the time when he went to Detroit right before the election and gave that speech about economic opportunity, and he said you've been voting for Democrats, and you got nothing to show for it. Look at what's going on in Detroit. What did you got to lose give this a chance I said on the air? I bet Jack. Kemp would love this because your dad did go to Detroit he went to the inner city of Los Angeles. He gave those speeches and no one ever saw the cameras weren't around and talk a little bit about those about those empowerment zones and your father's vision. And how it's playing out now we'll just really quickly. Larry empowerment zones were President Clinton's bastardized policy from my from my dad's. You are. So right. Thank you. Isn't that sad that I did that? And I know that opportunities owns you're so right. I'm so today we have opportunities and Clinton had empowerment zones and camp had enterprise zones. So you don't need to get caught. You basically, you got it. But this legislation unleashes private-sector capital into distress communities. It's not a government handout, it's a private sector investment. If somebody can convince an investor. Hey, I've gotta deal. I've got a deal for you, you invest with me, I'm gonna make you money. That's the American way. There's a risk of failure this country. Nothing has promised to you. But everything is possible. So you, and that's the that's the core of the American idea. And so. That's what we're talking about. I will say this. I've been asked that question. You know, would your dad. What would you think of President Trump? I know this that my dad criticized President Reagan when he when President Reagan was in office. It was friendly fire. He criticized president Carter president Carter was an office. Same with his own the the president he served Hw. My dad criticize he spoke his mind, my father, and I think every American should criticize the president appropriately on the substance when it is called for. But you also respect the office and you recognize that it's policy that matters. It's not all the other things that kind of get people hung up. So I think opportunities on the great example of a substantive policy development, and obviously tax reform as well, which is critical, and that's a that's an accomplishment that's worth cheering and telling folks about making sure that people can have. Have more of a chance at the American dream are you Jimmy cab? Do you live in the Washington area? Here are your local guy or did you live in northwest DC? I'm coaching football. And the Rockville football league twelve year old team our team of twelve year olds in the Super Bowl out in Rockville on on Saturday actually bullets and then I have two sons who play football Gonzaga high school. They just upset Saint John's and they're playing damalf WCTC championship on Sunday. Big week for me. Larry, you must find it. So amusing to see these very liberal politicians all around the area bending over backwards to get Amazon here, I've interviewed a couple of them. And they say, well, it's worth getting Amazon here because it's it's what they'll do for the community with all the jobs in the businesses, and the and all these things, and I said, I think it was a Berliner from Montgomery County council. I said you sound like Jack Kemp this is supply side economics. Abusive to see. It is. And but it's a it's a place where we should bring people together. Democrats should understand that Gwen businesses are coming to an area. That's good for the community. We want more jobs. We want more competition and. We certainly, and that's why governor HOGAN one, I think Marylanders want more jobs. They they definitely favor economic growth policies of governor HOGAN to what the Democrats have offered. So which NFL question do you want here in the last minute? What would your dad think of the kneeling thing and how the NFL's handled it or how they're treating quarterbacks right now. Like, they they should be wrapped in bubble wrap. I I can do both of them. Quarterback should not be totally bubble wrap. I played quarterback in the Canadian Football League. And it's still gotta be football reasonable. We need to the need to protect people's heads and get the head out of it. But some of it is definitely too much on the kneeling thing Senator Tim Scott gave a number of speeches on the Senate floor about being stopped walking into the capital. He acknowledges that there is something, you know, walking while black. We have not overcome some of our. Horrible history in this country. There's still work to be done on racial relations players should be able to do what they want. But teams are absolutely there the employer. So I think the conversations to be healthy people shouldn't, you know, point fingers. I think you know, Colin Kaepernick was a little bit misguided maybe misguided. Approach that knock knocking Jenkins from the eagles and in quantum Bolden from used to play for the forty Niners and ravens they are talking about solutions rather than just protest. They wanna focus on how the issues really can be addressed. And I think that is a positive it's called the players coalition. I do love the Dan Snyder and Bruce Allen here for the Redskins just said, this is not going to happen with our team Jimmy Kemp. Did you end up being a Redskins fan living in the area here? Well, Larry up are you stuck with the bills? I love the bills growing up. But I I confess to being a mother I grew up in Bethesda. And I love the Dallas Cowboys, and I apologized. I hope I didn't just ruined the whole interview. Yeah, we're done here. I don't like the Cowboys anymore though. I'm not a cowboy done here. We're done here. I do love the Redskins now. I love him. We will welcome. You. Thank you so much for joining us. Good luck with the football games this week and don't be a stranger. Good luck with the event tomorrow night as well. Thanks for having me, Jack Kemp foundation leadership award dinner. And you know, I don't even know if there's still anything available, but it's at Audi field check it out. It's an incredible lineup with Ben Sasse Kay Coles James over from heritage Senator Tim Scott, Nevada Trump, it's now well past time, but I enjoyed that conversation way..
"jack kemp" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
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"jack kemp" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet
"And it's something you are very conscious of and you try to make sure the jury understands all the reasons why you sign that person up and make it clear to them that they were being signed up not just testified down but the testify across end up in your earlier question about flipping people i think a huge part of that depends on personality both the agent and the prosecutor many the agents may be the ones to flip someone and often just by being decent human beings there was a great agent who work with jack kemp melancholia we just smart hard working really good guy and he didn't demean people arrested and act like coach and he didn't suck up to them and make them feel like they're special because they were so good at cry he just dealt with them as a one to one basis and part of what happens when people become government witnesses they have to reconcile themselves or they are they betraying friends betraying some other loyalty and it hard enough for people like that to think about it and if they think what person treat me with decency and respect i can talk to them so i think a big part of the process is just coming out it were people are respect some tickets through it so sometimes is the agent sometimes it's the prosecutor symptoms it's both of you together and guys been arrested and you bring them in and you're trying to make the pitch hopefully before he's presented in court so he can do some proactive cooperation maybe where wire or something else and you go in the room did you have you know a particular technique or speech that you gave it was very fact specific it would depend on what were poor there already was with the witness either from an agent who is end gonna build you up to say look we've been talking and we think we might be able to work together and they may have a lawyer with them or not and here's a guy that's gonna be responsible or here's the guy that the us attorney's gonna turn to and i vow perform an i trust them and let's work together then you have to sort of grab that baton bit and try to build a report with a witness.
"jack kemp" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Get from work requirement into making sure you can get people that transition training they need to get the skills they need to get the careers they want we are now in era where we have faster economic growth higher wages more jobs more opportunities six point six million job openings in america right now but we've got you know the various estimates but are on ten million people who are able bodied workers capable working age who aren't working aren't looking for a job so we want to get them into careers and that along with career and technical education reform so that people can get skills they need and want to get careers that are out there that is the funnel big installment of our better way agenda in addition to the things you just mentioned we also doing our doddfrank bill that's the capstone of a regulatory relief agenda which is to replace doddfrank which which is really clogging up capital markets especially from community banks from flowing through our communities that that go to small and mediumsized businesses you you've always been very open mr speaker that your mentor is the late great jack kemp how would he do you think evaluate your time invested in our military why because i spent a great deal of my time with the military and our intelligence community i get the weekly intelligence briefings that you get with your second in line in succession and i became acutely alarmed and concerned about the hollowing out our military and our readiness crisis that is done we fixed that now underway and getting you know being repaired those are the things that jacqueline cared about any also cared about regulatory reform capital markets regulatory relief that's done as well what are you doing you know i my plan is to figure out the plane and twenty nineteen and not consume myself with that while i have all this work to do i just think it's the appropriate thing to do i'm focused on keeping our majority i'm focused on campaigning with our members and i'm focusing on finishing this agenda then after all of that i'll figure that stuff you've got these these three kids and i believe the media when you walked out because i've been a dad who refused to move because my kids were in high school and i wanted to be there for the games.
"jack kemp" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Money is for seniors and longterm healthcare it's a middle income benefit and so when you do that you're undermining the financial stability of america's families medicare they're deal with medicare is it should wither on the vine and the speaker had his proposal to make it take away the guarantee and naked a voucher undermining the financial security of america's working families what they're doing in the foodstore and the farm bill right now so is so out of whack without of any charity love sense of community the way they're taking food out of the mouths of children having worked requirements we don't believe in some work requirements but what they're doing just bureaucratic and not consistent with our values so i you know i have no hesitation in saying that what they did and and even one of the republicans this is probably the worst must unpopular and worst bills and if i knew what the consequences were i wouldn't vote for it before but too late now not too late because when we win we will revisit that and we will say how do we do what we want to do for small business which are which are the job creators capital formers and our our economy very important but they should done much better in this bill rather than the corporate america getting the benefits that they got so this is again about the bill but it that the impact that it had on the budget by the way they say all these tax breaks are going to pay for themselves she's been radio programming from tuesday i am going to pay themselves and then we have to take a medicare medicaid food stamps in education but i understand this the people the supply side this is a difference in their genes in their dna the republicans are about supply supply side trickle down economics if you do tax cuts for the top is going to benefit somebody else down below never has but even those who believe in that and one of them bruce bartlett perhaps you've seen them what tv is written a book on the subject he he worked with jack kemp a former colleague respected so much but didn't but didn't agree with him on the spice i he said when.
"jack kemp" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"The savings you get from work requirement into making sure you can give people that transition training they need to get the skills they need to get the careers they want we are now in era where we have faster economic growth higher wages more jobs more opportunities six point six million job openings in america right now but we've got you know the various estimates but around ten million people who are able bodied work able to work a capable working age who aren't working aren't looking for a job so we want to get them into careers and that along with career and technical education reform so that people can get skills they need and want to get careers that are out there that is the final big installment of our better way agenda in addition to the things you just mentioned we are also doing our doddfrank bill that's the capstone of a regulatory relief agenda which is to replace doddfrank which which is really clogging up capital markets especially for community banks from flowing through our communities that go to small and medium sized businesses so that's what i mean running for the tape finishing the agenda we ran on in sixteen we've done the rebuild of the military we've done the tax reform we've done enormous amounts of regulatory relief we've done a lot of poverty work with enterprise zones and the rest so finish the job on regulatory relief and go work on workforce development getting people off of welfare into the workforce in a good career vocational second education and let the states be flexible in an experiment you've always been very open and mr speaker that your mentor is the late great jack kemp how would he do you think evaluate your time.
"jack kemp" Discussed on WGTK
"The savings you get from work requirement into making sure you could give people that transition training they need to get the skills they need to get the careers they want we are now in iran where we have faster economic growth higher wages more jobs more opportunities six point six million job openings in america right now but we've got you know the various estimates but are on ten million people who are able bodied work able work capable working age who aren't working aren't looking for a job so we want to get them into careers and that along with career and technical education reform so that people can get skills they they need and want to get careers that are out there that is the final big installment of our better way agenda in addition to the things you just mentioned we are also doing our doddfrank bill that's the capstone of a regulatory relief agenda which is to replace doddfrank which which is really clogging up capital markets especially from community banks from flowing through our communities that go to small and medium sized businesses so that's what i mean running for the tape finishing the agenda we ran on in sixteen we've done the rebuild of the military we've done the tax reform we've done enormous amounts of regulatory relief we've done a lot of poverty work with enterprise zones and the rest so finish the job on regulatory relief and go work on workforce development getting people off of welfare into the workforce in a good career vocational tech education and let the states be able in an experiment you you've always been very open mr speaker that your mentor is the late great jack kemp how would he do you think evaluate your time.
"jack kemp" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter
"Now for the ethnic community would be considered a catastrophe a worldshaking catastrophe for the wake me in so why do we accept that and to donald trump's point there have been republicans like jack kemp who took black poverty and the lack of black opportunity seriously and engage with the black community had good policies had good relationships trump is not one of them a trump has never shown up for any of these real discuss that happened in the community all the time he could he should i hope we will jared kushner has been talking about criminal justice reform that's the key part of getting now those numbers better in the black community so you yes somebody close to him who starting to get some of these issues i hope that donald trump if he wants to talk about this stuff don't just talk the talk walk the walk let's be real about it but in the meantime jay z is setting a much better example for america than donald trump can you tell us who is on the next fan all i i can't tell you today but it's going to be offered some rumors there's rumors the survey they thanks for coming over research we'll see if the president keep tweeting about this topic meanwhile l let's turn to the topic of immigration another giant story from this week in immigration plan presented by president trump it seemed to be dead on arrival and while you're us sign up for our nightly newsletter at reliable sources dot com all the day's media news recapped every night we'll be right back with amy goodman talking immigration after this.
"jack kemp" Discussed on WGTK
"Programme for the jack kemp foundation that was kicked off by jimmy kemp and jeff campof former professional quarterbacks honoring their dad and i sit next to joe and campenon camp in amazing women senator tim scott senator james langford spoke okay but and and tim scott received the kept foundation highest award it's an annual gathering and i moderated a panel of jeff camp j c watts kwon bolden i i began the panel by asking in quantity would come out of retirement play for the browns i was not authorized to do so but i am entitled to do so since they've helped season taken since ninety nine he politely declined but the the highlight kept scott was really the highlight but vice president pence began the evening and he gave a great speech vice president pence gave me great speech which included a conversation about the decision to recognize jerusalem as the capital of israel as the vice president set recognizing facts on the ground as they have been for centuries it's actually millennia the jews have had jerusalem is their home for three thousand years and so jerusalem is the capital of israel it doesn't matter what hamas says hamas relatively recent development relatively minor offshoot of an a a religion that did not begin for sixteen 100 years after the jews founded jerusalem all right the prophet mohammed would doubt not on the planet for sixteen 100 years after the jews built jerusalem and that's the bottom line and the vice president was very blunt so there they're threatening an intifada about this and i will watch today with great concern in may they say that the muslim countries of the world are going to explode today i don't think so i'll examine bin muhammad am uh past be nbs is the trump prints of saudi arabia and his father king salman i think they ran on the deal i said let's let's move this ally in the palestinians are getting a message uh getting a game or you're out of the game you don't get the detail with the united states does anymore you don't get to say when and where not we do these things and i am quite certain quite certain that we are going to uh not have a disaster as a result but move.
"jack kemp" Discussed on WGTK
"Of south carolina to join us he's a member of the senate house conference committee he's supposed to join us at least at this hour he was the recipient of the jack kemp award on wednesday night and gave really one of the more inspiring speeches can guys centre scott welcoming congratulations on the camp award that was really a remarkable speech he gave well thank you i i tell you what the jack kemp is such a legend legendary leader that inspirers and encouraged us to think as one people the american people and to be to be mindful of the fact that we are all in this together but more importantly that conservatives we redefines things very carefully we define them by how much you can do for yourself not how much the government can do for you is how we define compassion now let me begin center you're on the conference to me i want to cover four things with you on the tax reform bill the first is because of a letter i received a heartfelt letter from a mom as a member of the staff at one of the little ivs whose son is enrolled there and turned down and rotc scholarship because you got to wish in abatement and she pled with me to plead with you and others like you to please not tax than because he would have taken the scholarship for the rotc if they knew this was coming in that they need a transition period and i believe they have a very good argument what do you think senator i would agree with you i would say that as we go through the process of reconciling both house spilling the senate bill the senate bill is a little more generous when it comes to higher education them the house spill we are in it we are posturing now to figure out how to make these two uh entities harmonize their products and i think we'll get there i i would be cautiously optimistic if i was that parents part of that is because i really do think a student who didn't shop around and because they were gonna get that the tuition advantage of going their mom and dad school where they work needs a chance to to get out of that situation the.
"jack kemp" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Fact is it's urgent that we get a twenty percent rate for america's workers and it's urgent that we get a middle class tax cut for america's workers and the details about like exactly when the small business things kicking throughout earth things we're watching them without him on the hill and we encourage them to pursue regular order because they need to listen to everybody and get the votes they need to slugged kevin acid in the white house briefing room the house this week passed the republican tax reform plan by a vote of twos 27 to 205 the finance committee in the senate passing their version fourteen to 12 and we're joined by politico tax and financial services porter colin wilhelm how big of a win was this four house speaker paul ryan well this was a huge when ryan has been has said that he's he's wanted to your tax reform basically sense before he entered politics disciple of jack kemp uh he was very involved in the 1980s six tax reform effort someone i saw someone tweet that yesterday was basically ryan's a dream since he was a waiter at tortilla coasts which is a a mexican restaurant to capitol hill so these basically a lifetime goal for him and a huge political win for him uh he his full weight behind this effort and got it passed the house of representatives despite the fact that it uh some members in his own compromise had some reservations everett lee attention now turns to this senate what are some of the key differences in the build it's coming out of the senate finance committee versus the one that pass on the house floor or the senate version of action has a repeal of the individual mandate that's the requirement with the affordable care act that uh individuals purchase health insurance or else face attacks penalty uh conservatives heat that uh and so this was uh there was a porsche within the senate to try to get this included odd appears that that was.
"jack kemp" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Jazz check you're not like the rest of your party you're not a racist and you're not a big it and kemp said thank you mr vicepresident while this guy hit i didn't even hear what he said i heard cake baldwin who was the info babe who was hosting the segment did pretty much the same number on this guy that that al gore did on jack kemp of singled him out for that guts and the courage to actually speak out against the nazis in the kk immense she said see it wasn't so hard was it see we can all of we all would do this how much better off we would be she was preaching she was condescending and it was the end of the segment the poor guy a chance to react because the did they should just responded here this eric dyson guy who had been talking about obama's brilliance our gee wiz well any way her koa anchor sometimes is a guy named john burman he used to work with alice no freight a works with allison cammarata this guy maybe in his kick but does it doesn't matter he's on at eleven o'clock in the morning i think they float the times this was this morning cnn's news room and this is this guy john burman talk about kim zhang own announcing that he's decided four now not to attack he blinked he seemed to blink right here kim young unbelievable north korea back down what can i need acid that he sound disappointed what are you listen and is again kim jong unbelievable oh no the guy that down i dunno as one asking you people in the audience because i could be misjudging this but my interpretation is that there are a little disappointed they they the disappointment is not anything other than trump wins they just can't abided a and and trump is not gonna be given credit for kim jagland backing down the chinese are going to get credit but why are the why are the chinese doing what they're doing donald trump what the chinese have stopped the chinese a.
"jack kemp" Discussed on The Daily Peach
"What's a piece of advice to give to them to really put them on the map as a filmaker asma target for us whatever so if you're if you're trying to put yourself out there whether you're building your business or just trying to grow your own personal brand at you know this the thing of test every step of the way it's not just for like when you're making a giant piece of software like that dirt dot com we want a test like the user experience along the way but every single time you're trying to grow your business get the word out there attract new clients close a deal your learning every step of the way right so just like how monitor dot com we tested tested infested tested you can be doing that as an individual you go to a conference you do a presentation how many people follow up with you you do some direct email marketing you do some social media marketing how many people follow up with you and trying different things and trying different ways to do it as long as you commit to every time you try something tried to test it if you can try something into it two different ways to have an b test that's even better i think it's one of the most important things because you're putting a number two it instead of just being like a branding free for all young you're putting like a scientific way to be able to grow that business each step of the way in the know what's working in no it's not work instead that's because and also right now it's like companies he will all about like data and data that it's like what do you do with us numbers and i think it is smart 'cause you have to have a bit of practicality to what you're doing and so i can do it sheila but also do something i love you back and so having those numbers having has metrics cana way in a way your skills byerly your audience as good as light but jack kemp thanks for hanging how angry restive your conference sorry i got a little noisy at the end but like good luck with a dirt it sounds like.
"jack kemp" Discussed on KKAT
"Ballot in 2018 along with my name was governor and will transform politics in california will get the state back on amtrak and will make it a golden state one more they can still very much look forward to it you know it's it's it's tough man and i wanna have modern day because you know this is the guy who is that kind of jack kemp republican which is i think if you're going to move forward in this world a jack camp was very much a moderates before there was moderates a guy that was willing did not only talk about things but go into the inner cities do those kind of things that the democrats and republicans alike both respected him and in this state we are a tester fish we are we are a a centrally a progressive bastion and to have somebody is going to come out and try to do something and knowing full well that you're going up against a massive massive money machines that are are the special interest groups the unions all these things it's tough it really is tough you know you've got the likes of moonbeam who's our governor now but what being does remember california's the six largest economy not in the country in the world and how it goes at times is how the country can go and with the things that it's doing in the way that pushes things there is a need for some sort of change and people are looking out here to see hey if this resistance movement happens of california become sanctuary state if california loses funding because of that sanctuaries that all of these other states that are progressive are looking at this thing.