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"jan brewer" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

The Patriot AM 1150

06:07 min | 6 months ago

"jan brewer" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

"Sam accountable to you every day. Hannity is on. 25 to the top of the hour on Friday. All right, let's for the final half hour. Let's just get to calls. Brian is in the great state of Georgia, which has far Less restrictive voting. They're far more accessible voting opportunities in Georgia than Delaware, but Joe Biden, who never lifted a finger to make voting more accessible, and Delaware Says Georges Jim Crow to point out And as a result of Joe and Stacey Abrams, about $100 million in business, was taken away from Georgia by the Major League Baseball Idiot Commissioner. And brought to a state that only has 9% minority population. That's Colorado. Delaware doesn't have 17 days early in person voting. Delaware doesn't have any drop boxes. Delaware doesn't Delaware doesn't have no excuse absentee voting. You have to provide an excuse. Both states demand voter I d. And then he gets away with saying not to Georgia hurting the people of Georgia. Joe Biden and Stacey Abrams. Oh, the people of Georgia an apology. Brian. Sorry to going on to that rent. Oh, yes, sir. Thank you for taking my call off a little bit topic here. I'd love to comment on that one. But I just want to say about the border issue to me. It seems wrong to have the federal government kind of break the law by taking these illegals in and then you know, making the states deal with them. My question is, why can't the states do anything about this? Considering? You know the states can make marijuana legal even though it's a federally Against the law. You know what I mean? You're you're asking a million dollar question that I've asked Governor Abbott, who I'm very fond of, and I support for reelection down in Texas and a turning down General Berna vich in Arizona. Who is now running for the Senate against Mark Kelly. And I hope he wins that seat. Your question is crucial. This was challenged. Remember? Jan Brewer was the governor of Arizona. And the courts didn't are not recognizing. That the state should have the right if the federal government fails to enforce the laws of the land to enforce it themselves because you're right. Not only is Joe not picking and choosing which laws he he wants to listen to, but Joe is then also aiding and abetting law breaking You know, by housing, you know, building cages for kids in the middle of a pandemic and putting them on top of each other. And then shipping them out in the dark of night to states and in the states are responsible for food and shelter and healthcare and education. And, you know, it's an unfunded federal mandate. Now I do give Greg Abbott credit. Greg Abbott said. Just this week. I'm going to continue building the wall in Texas, and I'll protect my own borders, and he has every right to do it. And I think If a G Berna vich has his way they do the same thing in Arizona is he's a great attorney general. I think he's an amazing guy. Yes, sir. Wouldn't that be considered? Uh, seeding the during a pandemic. They're kind of sitting, uh, the virus around. They're taking untested. In legal illegal immigrants and putting them in places which were well, maybe even restart the virus. I mean, that should be a major concern, not only the monetary value of having to pay for all this Look, you're raising so many good points, Brian. Uh You know? Look, you would think we would have learned something you know, in light of covid, but people don't learn. You know, With all the talk of you know of super spreader events, there's the biggest super spreader. Situation was created by Joe and Kamala when they were put building these kids cages and putting them on top of each other with a high rate of positive, uh, testing for covid. Um, in the middle of a pandemic and then shipping him out and not even to. All right. So the answer is, If you want to come to this country, I think there's three main things you've You've got to do it legally. And I would say we need a security check on anybody that comes into this country. We need to know you don't have radical associations. We need a health check, especially in light of what we've learned from Covid 19. Third thing is, you've got to be able to prove that you're going to be financially able to care for yourself and not be a burden to the American taxpayer. If we in fact invite you into the country, I don't care where you come from, And I just ask that you respect our laws, our sovereignty and our borders and pass those three tests. Is that too much? That's awesome. I thought about it once or twice. All right, Brian. All my best buy pals down in Georgia. Okay? Yes, sir. Thank you very much. All right. We have a lot of calls from stupid states. We have two calls from California and we got one call from New York. Let's start with the New York Socialist State of the Socialist Utopia State of New York, and Tyler is next on the Sean Hannity Show. What's up, Tyler? Hey, Sean. How's it going? You know, you and I are two very dumb people. You want to know why? Because we're living in New York, and we're paying 15% more in taxes on our salaries were paying the highest property taxes in the country. If you die in New York, they even take 10% more or 15%. I forget the number. Uh, in their own separate death tax on top of the 40%. The federal government takes What is wrong with us? We're stupid to stay here, So I'm 22. I just graduated from college. You know, I've got plans also did my son and he's not New York? Well, congratulations to yourself are graduating and even bigger, prosper him. That was in New York. Give him you know, total credit for that. Yeah, I'm planning on moving out of New York. Hopefully, within the next couple of years of everything worked out financially. I'm looking to go and hopefully, Rhonda Sanders has still governor of Florida..

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"jan brewer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:11 min | 7 months ago

"jan brewer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Made by a machine? Is he talking about? Like a Terminator machine? Or is he talking about a fax machine fax and Xerox? I'm assuming I'm sorry. Okay. He's not talking about a cyborg. Okay, then they don't fuck Is he talking about the ballot the bubble doing in the bubble on the ballot like you could look, anybody should have to go. All right. We know that what's fake and what's not like. This is so ridiculous. Talking to former governor of the great State of Arizona, you know, is the governor Jan Brewer. Even Governor. Brewer thinks this thing is a disgrace. Absolutely. All right, let's let's move on to something more or less pleasant. You know, we have a problem here at the border. For some reason, they're just taking people and when they're bringing him over here in the dropping him off, they're like, Hey, here's the smallest town we know off. Good luck to you. This is insane. Governor. It is absolutely insane, And it's absolutely unacceptable. When you talk about dropping moth in towns like you event that have no services. I mean, absolutely nothing. It's a small community and they have to rent a van to bring them up here to put him in the shelter so that they could be released the next day to go about their business and go to Kansas City. Where were they expect? Wanna go or stay in Arizona, and we all get to pay for all their expenses. This is crazy. The Raptor along the border, particularly in Texas, here also is that they put up with this for so long, but now they're afraid they're really afraid because the cartels are everywhere, bringing and trafficking. All these people carrying guns like Ludlum's. Hoodlums. Alright, Governor. We appreciate you joining us. We're glad you're earbuds are working again and we'll talk to you next Wednesday. Thank God I got them all right. Former son of the governor, Jan Brewer. There's that's gotten every Wednesday for coming up next. Every one of us has had an earworm. We have not that not the not the little one. Not like that. The gross like that. Like what was it Star Trek to with Khan about that kind of thing? We're not talking about some climate in there taking over your file, but a near warm. We're gonna play the top three for you and hopefully you'll have in their room. And if you listen here, speculating..

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Changes in population of Arizona swings state more left

Bloomberg Law

03:09 min | 1 year ago

Changes in population of Arizona swings state more left

"This is a special edition of Balance of powers. Look at election 2020. I'm David Weston. Today We look at three critical swing states that could help decide who occupied the Oval Office next January. We start with Arizona once solidly Republican state that is now Maura, Va. Toss up. Arizona has 11 electoral votes and polls show a tight race. As for Vice President, Joe Biden hopes to become the first Democrat to win the Grand Canyon state since Bill Clinton did back in 1996. Or an overview. We spoke to Bloomberg contributor Rick Davis, who ran the 2008 presidential campaign of the late Arizona Senator John McCain. Four years ago in 2016. It was not a swing state, so it's one of those that have moved into the Swing column primarily because it changes both demographically in the state, but also ideologically demographically, I think you know, the increase in Hispanic population have moved it a little bit closer to the Democratic column. Hispanics make up almost a third of the Voting population now and on ideologically in 2016 trump one white suburban voters in Maricopa County, the largest county in the state. What really decides the outcome in states and in 2018, those same suburban voters fled the Republican Party, causing Martha McSally running for Election to the Senate to lose a Republican, so it's going to be an interesting ride there, but it's definitely a swing state this year. So if you say Maricopa County is I understand, you know better than I really determines the state. Largely. It's a really big count and a large portion of the voting populace. What has changed 16 4018 has the Democratic nature of Maricopa County's changes it more hetero genius than it was before is that they've changed their attitude towards things like immigration. Maricopa has been changing for a long time is one of those state or one of those counties. It's the city of Phoenix is in Maricopa County that has grown at an enormous rate. It's been one of the top five fastest growing counties in the United States for the last 15 years and is one of the top five of the largest counties in America. So it is a complex political beast. I would say What is starting to change is the Republican lock in the suburbs. In the past, we've been able to win the state by winning Maricopa. And if we are not able hold onto especially white women suburban voters in Maricopa County. We can't win the election for a perspective on what it takes to win statewide office in Arizona. We spoke to someone who's done it. Former Republican governor, Jan brewer. She admits the state is changing, but she hopes it hangs on to its conservative roots. There's a good chance that it is probably turning a little purple hair in Arizona, which is very distressful US Republicans, but the bottom line is is that we've had a lot of people moving in and out of California and other places coming to the great State of Arizona czar demographics. Have really changed. I think that we have to take that all into consideration were out there.

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"jan brewer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"jan brewer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"And in a less number 30, 30 Gators and Shad Show afternoons. The MC Sally Kelly debate very captivating. Wait, You know what? We should ask the governor Jan Brewer if it was his captivating and we'll look forward to that. Other debate between Pence Harris With Plexi glass or without flexing. One in one out here, we'll talk about it. Gaydos and chat show this afternoon it too, So I don't really want to tell you guys this but some of the questions you ask us you could Google Oh, that makes me feel unimportant right there. I'm just saying I'm not necessary. You're not necessary. Hogan scary, So So okay back. He asked his question with blinds dot com question going into the break Hogan are arguing about who's right. So during the break we googled so make sure you don't need an expert when you have Google and you can't even have a good argument because you can find the answer. Right. So you can't just like you used to have these family arguments in the last days. You couldn't have you didn't have a verdict. There was no way to get a very between vertical your cell phone and five seconds anyway. All right, So here's the deal. The lady has a Simple IRA. Which is basically a 401 k with a small business is what it is okay. And she wanted to roll it to her new companies are new public universities for 03 B that 403 B did not allow it. But if they had, we would have told her not to do it anyway. Always roll your old places Retirement into an individual IRA right on and you get with your smart Mr Pro into address transfer rollovers. That's standard Ramsey advice. He had Hogan and I would both give Hogan pipes up goes. She's got away two years anyway. And I'm like, two years. I never heard two year Is there a two year waiting period on the simple IRA? You know, from the time you leave your employer, the answer is no. There's not a waiting period, so I was sort of right. There is a two year thing right from the time that has to at least be open for two years, so we don't know how long Becky worked. Didn't tell us that she worked there Three years, right? She immediately. Absolutely. But if she's worked there one year are they opened at one year ago. Then leave If it was gonna be a year sitting there right, then roll it, which it's in her name anyway. Okay, it's a simple IRA. It's a very simple IRA works exactly like a 401 k for your small business people. You can open it up for your employees. You have a mandatory 3% match..

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"jan brewer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:47 min | 1 year ago

"jan brewer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Plus, we'll talk to Governor Jan Brewer. Wait better when you say that the former governor Champa or joins the program at four o'clock to talk to us about stuff, Okay. Gaydos and Chad show this afternoon at two in the lobby of Ramsey Solutions. David and Krystal are with us. Christy writes My co host to this hour here on the day of Ramsey Show. They are on the dead. Free stage. Welcome, guys. Good to have you all good to be here. Good to have you already all live in China? Tennessee? Oh, just over the hill. Good. Good to have you man on all the way to Nashville to do a debt free screen. Cool. How much have you paid off? $85,494.10 to be exact. And how long did this take? Two years and 10 months? Wow. Good for you and your range of income during that time. 85,000 to 95,000 with a whole lot of side hustles involved. Okay, So what kind of debt was the 85 K that you paid off? I was credit card car loan and a student loan that we named Big Bertha. That'll get you mad at student loan was Big Bertha. All right, Crystal. What's your degree in? I'm a teacher. Oh, cool. Is that what you do now? Yes. Awesome. And what do you do, David? I'm a tax auditor. Very cool. Good, good. And so life is going along. And you know the normal amount of student loans up your eyeballs and the normal other stuff. What happened? Two years and 10 months ago? What was the wake up? Call? What lets you on fire? About three years ago, we we would sit down and we would do monthly vegetate axe. I get paid once a month as a teacher, and we just never seem to have enough money. Teo get out of debt to pay off the credit card bill just didn't move forward. And we wanted Teo. It would always wind up with me crying because I was so upset because we just couldn't hit the goals that we wanted, Teo. We never really fought, but we were just always. You know, we just weren't getting anywhere. In January of 2017 Our church was offering financial piece and so we pulled out her credit card and paid for it, because that was the only way we had the money at the time. It means your church takes credit cards, not Dave Ramsey. Let's be clear that is correct on DH. Then we started February of 2017. It was just before a 10 year anniversary. We had a trip to Disney World Plan just for the two of us to celebrate. We went to the class the first night and we decided we needed to cancel that trip. Whoa! And so we took a couple $100 we ended up going to the Biltmore for a weekend to celebrate our anniversary on and it was just game on from then. All right, very cool. So the class did it the first night. I mean, you got fired out. Yeah, it was. It was the plan that we needed that we wanted. We wanted to have control over money. We wanted to do better than we were doing. We wanted to get rid of all of it, but doesn't know how to and we just kept spinning our wheels, And once we finally had the plan that worked for us It just all made sense. And it was so doable. So something about the first night not only showed you the pie, and that made you believe it would work. That's important. That's important information. You know, anytime anyone wants to change anything, you have to see a way to do it. And you have to believe that you could do that. It's probably also out. Imagine Crystal is validating for the discouragement. You bit feeling because I remember when I was paying off my debt. I did the math of how long it would take me to pay off my credit card if I did the minimum payment and I would have died. Before it was paid off doing the minimum payment. It wasn't ever going to happen. And so you're so discouraged, But you're saying they're going. Oh, well, this is this explains our situation. We have to do something different. What we've been doing isn't working when I started. My loan was financed almost 30 years, So both of my kids would have been through college before we ever could have touched mine. So not giving us any money. So put aside for them to get them through. Yeah, helped you see it? So, David, What? Did you see that in the class of first night the same thing. Pretty much so my parents are financial advisors, so I grew up with the knowledge, but I'm I'm the spreadsheet guy. I had it all down in a spreadsheet. She needed no book. I didn't like no book and in pretty much. That's why our budget. No meetings were beforehand was I haven't on spreadsheet and I have it on accounting software. She wants a hand written down and it just kind of clashed. And then that first night it was off to the races and I was holding on by the coattails. So she went from crying to running wide open when you talk about the kids being fearful that they're next to be sold, like people in my church, we're like you're selling everything in your house like, how are you doing this and you know what's left? But we actually we had some amazing friends who were in the process of moving and they were going to donate just some stuff. They were getting rid of Teo like the goodwill and she was like, Would you like it for like one of your yard sales because she knew we around bored, and I was like, yes, absolutely. And so she gave me a bunch of stuff and we had a huge yard sale and later that fall there was a consignment sale for kids clothes. And so I put in all of my kids close and I was like, Hey, does anyone have some clothes? They want to sell all split the profit with you and So wait. So isn't Simon sale? I babysat. We walk dogs. We cat said you got an extra job. Notice that you walk dogs and you sit on DVD next round here, So we talked but clacks class and one of the community colleges in the area. Stretch your skills for something, right? Yes, sir. We did everything we could, and just I mean, we hustled all the time. Well. So how's it feel now that you did it Amazing. He's seen you sacrificed. Was it worth it? Absolutely. So we ever go back? No, no, sir. No hesitation in that way, have a picture of our car on a tow truck And just before we were doing we were set to be done in October. I mean, we ended up finishing in December and our car got towed three times because we're having issues with the biggest one was from Gatlinburg all the way back to Chattanooga way We're at a soccer tournament in the car. Just quit. Um, but it was in that moment that we realized how important the emergency fund wass and we actually didn't have to use it because we had enough just in our monthly budget that we could cover the cost of that. But we were sitting in the hotel room after I got off the phone with the tow truck and I cried a little bit because just the frustration of being so far away, But there was no concern about how are we going to pay for it? Or like what the bill was going to be because we knew we had that emergency fund And so it really became an inconvenience like you say, instead of like a jury emergency, and you know, we got the car back and we got it fixed and you know, it's perfect now. So that emergency fund is just so key change the crisis into an inconvenience, and it's just peaceful because, like I said, we never even had to use it. But just knowing something out a month on your get out of debt that kicks your butt a little bitter about that. I don't blame you. Good stuff aren't what do you tell people? The key to getting out of debt is you did it work really hard. Are you willing to do anything and and being intentional about every single thing that you do? I think one of the other picture shows. There's like a gift card and a $20 bill and a box of candy like we would do things like that for date night. It's like, you know, what can we do? How can we enjoy the evening with just a small amount? Because we, you know one of that time together where it wasn't just talking about her budget and stuff. So those are always fun days because we would just see what we could get into with. The least amount of money dollars. Such a team. You just see it, hear it in your voice. That's awesome. That's really, really cool. Well, Daniel, working together is a big part of this. You really really did so proud ofyou. Verywell done. All right..

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"jan brewer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"jan brewer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Having a former Arizona governor, Jan Brewer, she will discuss what she thinks Ducey should say tomorrow in his Possible press conference. And just like, you know, tell you like what happens is no one ever knows when he's gonna have a press conference. And like an hour before he hasn't He announces it. So we're assuming we're just assuming that tomorrow at some point in time Duce he's going to get Lucy and havoc arrest conference. We don't know because I asked about an hour before Mike, do you think he's going to win today? And then, like now, it's going to be probably tomorrow. Okay? What if he doesn't have one at all? Oh, my God. She hasn't gone down that road yet, And that would be cowardly. You have listen. He has even he has to talk to us. We've asked him to come on the air with us. It's been weeks because things are so bad in Arizona. I don't even see him on TV. I don't see him anywhere. So you get him. You get him four times a month. If you're lucky. So we pose the question. All right? Does he need to step aside? Because I'll tell you this. I think he needs to get out of the way. I don't think that he wants to make any decision that would ruffle the pheasant feathers of Trump. I don't think he wants to make any decision that will ruffle the feathers of business in Arizona. I think he needs to get out of the way and let the mayor's do it because you know what? The one time he got out of the way didn't want to make a tough decision. On on on masks. He at least got out of the way and he left the mayor's figure it out. And, you know the mayor's did overwhelmingly, the mayors. Put in a mandate for masks, and I will tell you over the last few weeks. No question about it. I've seen more masks Think Arizona's doing a better job. You're never going to get 100%? No, I think that's who I would. I would tell, do sing to get out of the way. And you know what? Give the power back to the mayor's because I don't trust Washington. God on this on their own covert at all. Do see, I'm not duty has done. A lot of good things is Governor Cove. It is not one of them now. Not one of them. I don't know what you're gonna be remembered for. At the end of the day. This right here is what you're going to be remembered for. This is the biggest thing that you're going to go through as a politician Trump. You'll always be remembered for this and the way this has handled going at made the fighting the battle in all of this stuff, but the biggest thing in your presidency that has nothing to do with reality television is this. You can point to a lot of things that Trump did right before Cove. It You can point to a lot of things that deuce he did right before Cove it But these two guys have failed. And so if you're going to just not be good at something Okay, and it's a hard job. Don't get me wrong. Let the mayor's do it then because I have more faith Now I can't believe I'm saying this because you know how I feel about Kate Diego last year with that whole taxing and uber and all that all that garbage last year. I think Mayor Kate Diego's actually been pretty good on on the issue of Cove it so if you're asking me the issue is covert. And so I think the mayor's can take. It seems that the mayor is really you know what? They're just ready to go. They want some power back and juicy took the power away from them. So if he didn't do anything of the power, he took the power and then it languished out there and they're trying to do stuff and nobody really knows what's going because the leadership of the top if I was him. I'd be calling it professionals from all over to help run this and allow them to do their jobs. And then you come if you want to come out once a week and deliver your big thing great outside of that. You need to be doing interviews. Outside of that. You need to be tweeting. You need to be going to places where people can see and follow in here, you and then let other people come in and try to get a handle on it because what he's doing now. Is nothing and I'll tell you what, Nothing is not the way to go. It's not working, and it seems that he's always behind the eight ball. It seems that he's four weeks behind. In closing this or shutting this down or doing that, or taking this, so just just give it to the mayor's I think you know if you were to put it in context, I think I trust the mayor's Maura, the top If I've got a list of top to bottom, I think I think after seeing the mayor's mandating masks I now trust the mayor is the most do see Second Trump third, They seem to be more involved. He seems to be Hey, will I don't know what do you know what he's doing today? You seem to not want to make a decision about many things at all. Have you seen him anywhere until he's forced to make a decision because of pressure. Diego has been everywhere. He's been everywhere. She was on our show yesterday. Even everywhere has been on several different places that you see them the profile's high and what that means is it feels like okay, you're with us. You're dealing this. I may not like it. But at least I know that you're dealing with it and feels like you're a part of this where I think doozies just like well, I'll just come back on Thursday to do my thing, and then we'll redo it next Thursday. So press conference tomorrow you got I hate to say it. You've gotta take more steps, and I fear he's not going to do anything tomorrow. I fear he's just that tomorrow. Nothing That's my big fear has got to do so. And I don't want to see all these places shut down, but my goodness they may have to And it's because of mistakes that were made. And there's I don't know. Where else will. I don't know. If you want to start school on time. You've got to figure something out. I mean the testing. We talked about the testing. He's a disaster in Arizona. I mean, we're sending all these not all of them, but a lot of these tests out the Florida were fed ex ing them and we're getting a back 10 or 12 days ahead under. Ah, Ah, break some dude found ahead. That's Florida that you know who that is. That's the head of testing. I don't know, man. It's not good. That jacket flavor under the worst way gonna break all right, coming up next Khun Trump for Arizona schools to start up on time. It's the Gatehouse and Chad show new efforts.

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"jan brewer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

09:16 min | 1 year ago

"jan brewer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"News ninety two three FM former Arizona governor Jan brewer and governor I I want to just say thank you I appreciate you know the kind words that you've it said to me about my mom testing positive for the corona virus so I just wanted to thank you for you know your support your kind words I want you to know that I will keep you in my prayers in Beijing due and okay I know she was able to begin with you know she's been in the hospital for three months and he had an infection and it was from all the chemo and think she caught it at the hospital oh dear god I know you were planning on going back there and you could end goal of all this nonsense right balance and sorry we'll just have to pray really really hard we can prayer through it that's right governor that's right I think we all right I'm on the team I love it I love it I'm fine governors expression could be here as well come on man man former Arizona governor Jan brewer is joining us so governor Chad and I are watching governor Ducey yesterday and we're watching you know them tried to explain data and modeling best case scenario worst case scenario we didn't get any of that and it seems that they're refusing scenario yeah they're refusing to answer questions about it are they holding the numbers because maybe they're really good and they don't want us to get complacent or are they worse than we thought they don't want to be the bearer of bad news or they don't know they're modeling as she said it is well it's kind of like scratch paper old Chris the doctor that can or something with it yeah yeah like you know on a napkin you went through the H. one N. one governor right did you have modeling as a just in case with the people giving you some statistics of what may or may not happen or did you just go out on a scratch paper go well let's what we'll wing it see what happens you know there was a there was modeling you know I will harm all on you know we can catch up aggregated information on you know on a regular basis of course when you but I don't know if they started June late but they have been very very low on not to be critical that they have been very slow compared to the other states and I think that it's too long I think the more transparency we've got if they are holding it back why are they doing that people more secure when they got the information that they could make some judgment calls on their own you have to tell people what it is that you know if there is you know what I mean you really really do people want to know about the situation so they can deal with that I had to do that when I when we had the recession I had said I do bring some really terrible news and I did tell the people I have to raise your taxes I have no other choice actuator dampness well the reality around me and you know I mean they rallied around the overwhelmingly and past a self imposed tax on themselves because they knew that I was telling them on your taxes the group and that's what we need on that that we need all the information the public need all the information they could possibly get and you know what you like to know like yeah I mean I live in a certain zip code I would like to know how many people have been the check or been tested or are in the hospital in my zip code that would give me a little bit of knowledge in my neighborhood you wouldn't feel as if nobody sits in your neighborhood so you can be running around and you make the difference when you know what you're fighting and where it ends and and how awful it really is I mean it's in your neighborhood both yep former Arizona governor Jan brewer shown in a sea of mayors from Florence in Apache junction a part of this lawsuit suing Arizona for zip code data on coronavirus cases and it sounds to me obviously like you think we deserve to see that that data I go back to this is such a bad situation with a corona virus would governor Doug Ducey say we're going to withhold this info because I see it and withholding it is what's best for Arizona I'm just trying to get in his head not saying that's the right thing could that be a possibility what we don't see the info on the data and all that stuff the justify that Gatos how can they justify not giving your information out and in the state grant dollars isn't enough we all know now how when we when we spoke to I mean take a nap I need transparency you need to always believe in transparency and cook will not because it makes people feel more comfortable and and and it makes us stronger and it makes us more aware and it misses fighters that makes all the bigger and better fighters you know yesterday governor we were talking about indigenous power information is power three things out of this either it could be worse it could be better they don't want to get complacent or they may not actually have any data that they think all this get the status good or bad at all we're gonna do our own modeling or they may not know and if they don't know to me I find that just as frightening as the other parts I agree with you and I think another issue is I don't think that they are able to do the testing that they should be doing either I know people that have got to get tested at the margins he wins and they're not getting tested period I mean it I mean I have been a bring in data and they're not even testing people whether they want to get down that information I don't know but it's not right if they've got information and if they can't be retracting that they need to tell you that I don't get that sense that they're not doing the testing on you what's on the press conference and everything on that I know people that personally that had not been tested when they went to the hospital here's a question for you we need to settle some is it data or data trying to figure that out yeah I say data usage data because you're from backing you guys I think I see data data is like that thing on Star Trek new generations right why did he like believe white yeah I think there's a data data data I think you said six of don't know I I think you're right now I think it's data okay I do data from Michael's former Arizona governor Jan brewer joins us one of the other things in the press conference yesterday is that governor Ducey said we'll be able to have travelers who come into Arizona from Connecticut Jersey New York to self quarantine do you think there's enough teeth in that and and can they pull something like that off what did you make of it well that's interesting you know I know that you're going to well I let me say this I just heard that maybe you guys did you that they're talking about the media training visibility used out here for a baseball did you think that the next and the Yankees are going to be coming into town and the important do quarantine for fourteen days I don't think so that's a good point do you agree with the spring training deal that thirty teams thousands of players and coaches should come here I mean Chad and I would love to see baseball if you were governor would you okay this it's easy for me to sit here and say you know that I could make a decision and this is what I would do but I'm sitting here today and I would say to you as a private citizen I would say absolutely not I don't want anybody coming in here from New York or Connecticut or any place else keep the people out of our state is that the answer and less lock us up and try to get this thing behind it and given the data so we know no Hey you know what what why were you not in bed bugs into your bag don't miss weird why anybody would do that odd thing thing they said in the in the by gone era but data or data Bernie got both of it today and he decided to pull the plug on and we're socially distancing from him as any chance of being president what you make of that well I think that it really does it make any difference I mean obviously a bike now is our candidate in baton Rouge if you can remember all that he's told us that he has adopted all of Bernie's policies I mean there's no difference between Bernie Bernie progresses and what Biden as he greets you I don't see them as being the same I see independence say maybe I'd vote for bite and I see independent say I'd never vote for Bernie that's kind of what I see all right well then you're not paying attention Gator you're not paying attention well I mean by that is not a socialist governor they all agree on the same policy raising taxes I mean they want to raise it on the middle class and you know Bernie wants to raise a lot of people making over twenty nine thousand dollars okay there you go immigration they believe they are across the board that does he won't deport any illegal immigrants that have committed any kind of felony offenses and Bernie believes the same thing the new greenfield Gilat Kanemi closure mmhm well governor Bernie may be gone but we're gonna be seeing you next Wednesday so we want to have a great week and we'll talk to you then all right and you understand right the thing right governor see you later.

Jan brewer Beijing Arizona
"jan brewer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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09:56 min | 1 year ago

"jan brewer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"By former Arizona governor Jan brewer did you ever have the corona virus known it's unbelievable we recorded an interview with her and we basically stop the interview because we noticed that she was coughing yes okay N. and there's much more to it listen to this former Arizona governor Jan brewer Hey governor how are you I'm doing just fine and then you guys doing good are you hanging in there this is tough times for everybody I think that we're all we're all we're all worried we're all wondering when when this is going to really amp up when it's gonna stop when it's gonna get better but how are you personally holding up because all of our lives changed how's yours I think that like as so many of us is that we have a limited amount of information to their dislike remark at and that creates a lot of anxiety in a different way of looking I think and I'm taking it very seriously so when you take it we got it seriously does that mean that you stop going out you're you're you you kind of follow the guidelines where social distancing not meeting with other people and things of that nature absolutely I hate to point this out but I'm going to well you have called a couple times chatted iron or let our forties you're a little bit older than us do you does it ever go through your mind your Graham mother doesn't ever go through your mind Hey I'm I'm coughing right now I wonder what that means well you know I've been here about you know to have we so I feel really good now I you know I'm feeling much better the coughing is the decided the runny noses a lot and so I'm doing a lot better but you know I did what my doctor told me via the telephone and you know I couldn't get any help from any place else everybody did a lot of TV or do anything so I just sort of self medicated my job I am doing did you have I have no idea do you think you have to get a grip do you think you have to call on a virus you know I had all the symptoms I don't know I don't I don't really know you know I was on that cruise and it was you know people came and said that the widely got tested at influenza eight so I try to lay out my love but it was when I went to any that you would die for that do right everybody is so knowledgeable now like you guys I'm sure I'm sure you're taking extra precautions I mean my god my answers are wiped out yeah worn out from the energizer Clorox white yeah governor do you actually think you have the corona virus if you were to take a gas I was really sick yeah I don't know I don't know I don't you know I don't want to stay there I get it I I do think it's weird that you call a doctor and they can't see you in the office or the emergency room if you were in don't come in here you know the do you call a laboratory and at that time they were doing the testing so I mean what were you what was I'm I was reading was just two weeks ago yeah and you're feeling better after how many days it's been about thirty forty degree degree fifteen days so two weeks popping two weeks ago you got off a cruise ship correct yep and then for the next sixteen days you didn't feel well no wow yeah I don't know I was dropping and you know the wind in my nose is red and yellow a little fever you know I never really liked hi but you know I mean I know that you know as you get older your temperatures are lower usually like ninety seven point five billion I would go up to ninety eight you know nine or something like that but I'm doing much much better but I am stuck working no I'm not going anywhere doing anything I'm not gonna get anybody else that you know and I don't want to give me a second yeah they say that even if you've been with it you get it again have you not left the house for sixteen days I had no I had gone to the grocery store very quickly and very diligently with Clark's dad Clorox wipes and spray and hand sanitizer wiping down the cart keeping my head down and moving and going at odd times in and out of got so many people out and self sufficient all right and I can get my telephone right there yes so let's let's do this I'm not over reacting I think everyone that's listening and everyone errors on any subject is very responsible and not act like the middle people that we've seen are down in Florida and Tampa and Clearwater beach partying and having a grand old time because they're putting a lot of people in harm's way wrong and joining us right now is the mayor of tallest in Anna Tovar mayor thank you for joining us how are you today doing well thank you for having me well why did you decide to shut down bars and restaurants and tallest well I decided to shut down bars and we moved the restaurant to remain open but you do drive through service delivery or you know drive up service as well he'll because of the CDC standards that were released the other half Monday in those four best practices that we're encouraging our that can help stop spread the read a book called the nineteen and that was because the new best practices were to have people less than ten and although they have your social distancing of the curve at least six have you ever been close so crucial component matter if you look for many business owners who or who I'm sure aren't thrilled by this no absolutely I mean we have heard it it it it was you know a tough decision and it was and it was one that you know I didn't take lightly but ultimately the help the safety of my community out with the priority today you know we are working with the federal government they just released the small business applications for those small businesses that are are are experiencing economic lock which you know puts just about everyone in that in that category they're allowed to apply for funding up to two million dollars so that was just released this afternoon as well you were also encouraging the state of Arizona under budget process actually some of that money you are cities and towns in our small businesses as well to Tulsa mayor and a towbar is joining us I'm going to gas and I think I'm right maybe I'm wrong but I think I'm right you got a phone call from senator Kiersten cinema my right absolutely we had a call with her early in the week with all mayors and we jumped on that call and she presented to us just the fact and the scientific knowledge that what has been presented to her it was an urgent call for us to take the message seriously as you know the pandemic the pandemic here and across the world and what's unique about a pandemic is is that it's a local and at that point in time governor Doug Ducey whether taking action on the state level I'm so it was incumbent upon us at a local level to do what was right for our city and for me after hearing center senator cinema not only just take the lead on this issue eight why but in regards to presenting the fact and the scientific fact a what could potentially happen if the next thing you know to be crucial period if we if we you know allow the the virus did you know that happen on its own and not put any preventative measures I mean we were we're in for for definitely a doomsday in regards to how many people can potentially die from the virus well I disagree with that but at some point in time though if the doomsday doesn't arrive and even though there may be some cases you're gonna have to make a decision of when to reopen these and I'm sure you guys talked about that as well yes yes and of course I mean all that information we're going to take my guidance of the CDC as well to you of course you know the two week period is helping to flattening this Kirby ended virus and it's all based on collected data that you know the CDC had provided and finds that across the world as well so we're not just shooting from the hip and in you know trying to do the things arbitrarily right I mean these are tough decisions act presented the facts and senator Kay instead of taking the lead on that you know we have to take action seriously and we have to put our safety and health as our number one priority for our constituency and city I have a twenty second so if if you give me a quick chance that be great have you spoken to governor Ducey we had a call this morning mayor with cast members again urging urging him to take action we are thankful as a just a couple minutes ago you call them the you called yeah we actually have a mayors across the state of Arizona have a daily update with the governor daughters back got it okay mayor thank you for joining us appreciated very much good luck thank you so much Towson mayor Anatole are shutting down the bars and restaurants and keeping a curbside open all right it's Jamie progresses employee of the month to month in a row leave a message at the hi Jamie hit me Jamie I just had a new idea for our song what the name your price tool so when it's like tell us what you want to pay from bone was what wine you say well be fine coverage options to fit your budget then we just all the fingers now small choir goes even coming after they've come at jet yes no maybe anyway see a practice tonight I got a new lyrics of the rhetoric progressive casualty insurance company affiliates pricing coverage much limited by state law it's Chad from ghettos in Chad and a lot of people out there probably feel helpless right now there is one thing you do have control of and that is your bodies in particular our immune system during this time of crisis we each and that's not always a good thing but when we get bigger it hurts our body even more that's why revitalized is here.

Jan brewer Arizona
"jan brewer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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03:44 min | 2 years ago

"jan brewer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Former Arizona governor Jan brewer she'll join us our political insider will talk about the travel ban that Michael corrode a issue has imposed to students and faculty and will that work will talk some impeachment to with Jan brewer talk so my son Jack nine and a half years I love Jackie that make big Jack figure my my son is all about style is great article in the Wall since he really outdid he lives for stuff like you're asking we want to be like it will use the thing in this New World we live it he doesn't want to like we should we grown up your an astronaut Yuri a policeman you want to be a movie star and actor they all will be influencers it's it's true it's massive right now right like he loves Caylus an SS sniper wolf and all these people that he watches in and day Matt Smith this method all these he loves them so he for Christmas he bagged a I want I want their paws whenever possible air pods right you know so you so you can get the earpods but it's the other stuff that the kids are asked might even get their parts for Christmas right because that's like that's the thing you got to have now right and he carries around like always got Jordan says Jordan's he will bring a man he will scrub them off and hell even to the bottom of the issue is that right yeah it's it's spectacular kind of good and yes even at night he's keeping a nice to spend some money on it but he's nine and a half and if he'd like he'll tell me dad like we would solve movie what's on midway like moving toward it actually he says that unlike the way looking to change we're going to see a movie right yeah you know and and I'm so we had to have these and read this article today in the Wall Street journal talking about the must haves for kids now and here's one thanks yes for Gucci no my son's nine and a half he wants to go to right he wanted Versace Cologne for cars like Hey man I like super sat you Cologne how bout some ivory soap that's so yeah that's and that's what I said what's wrong with like axe body spray bro you'll be okay yeah right like like like regular folk right gosh can you scream white privilege more and but the other thing is they all said the same thing and I'm reading this they're all into like the cars right so they see twenty year olds like K. listen all of these people and and and Jay Pollard body and they're all driving around in brand new test listen hurricanes and all of these things there it's it's a made like he has no idea what to choose about does he know what a thousand dollars is all about does he know what five hundred dollars can buy am or is a like I don't know the difference between five dollars and now he knows because one of the things I do they teach about you know first that we every day we talk in the first thing we say look the more we learn the more we earn and we have a big conversation in the morning all right and and I teach the value money if you really want Nikes you want Jordan's how about this we get you Jordan's you put your you know you do your chores your personal a bit of money in but we're also gonna buy a share of of Nike we want you it's about learning and earning which is a good thing but it's it's like stuff like Gucci though like a hero no good she is you know that's about a month ago she website right now yeah he wanted a sweat shirt I said are you still gonna get just what Europe is going to be a Accel male XL because I want you to grow it because I'm not by you the easy all I got in the front seat what's it what what a sneakers you know that is I have no idea again I like four thousand dollars little bit much gonna tell you ever sneak they don't look that nice I gotta be honest with the horse spread what type of shoe I have no I thought my gosh it's got it is it's it's there horseshoe's ran into my horse need to choose coming up next former Arizona governor Jan brewer see she owns any of this crap right we know how much you depend on your phone when you've got a cracked screen it's the worst we get it and we want to help you it doesn't matter if you have Verizon eighteen T. or T. mobile just drop by sprint repair store and we will fix your eligible entrant cracked screen for just.

Jan brewer Michael Jack Jackie Arizona
"jan brewer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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03:42 min | 2 years ago

"jan brewer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"And entertained with Gatos in the afternoon ninety two three hope everybody has a happy thanksgiving by the way brewer time at three OO five former Arizona governor Jan brewer gonna talk about who she would not invite to thanksgiving Democrats Hey Monica you got a list of like rules and etiquette for giving dinner okay hit me with the first one because usually I look at these lists and I say well this list is hot garbage really yeah so tell me how much of a gentleman you are ready to be really disappointed yeah I eat with my hands man on it's thanksgiving all right I'll put as much food in my mouth as possible okay etiquette rule number one try to keep the food in your mouth is that right now I'm just let's just see universal rule right okay so I think I'm going to do come on talk with your mouth full okay okay pass the salt and pepper together always even if someone just request the soul you should pass long the salt and the pepper you're not allowed to my house if you think the Turkey need salt and or pepper next one wow I would be upset if someone asked for salt and pepper like if they came to my house and I gave them and I could and I grilled the mistaken they said was the eighty one you know what I do I smacked the taste out of their mouth what's real number two etiquette thanksgiving the meal begins only when the host or hostess unfolds in places there napkin on their lap well the Gators house we don't use napkins we use our sleeve so what is the next one thank you and I don't like these rules I'm I'm having trouble with a second one you know like as the host is generally the one is in there cooking yes he's gonna get every hole we never sit down okay eat Bulaga to rule number three could only one piece of food at a time you might be excited to grab your fork and knife in day again but it's appropriate to cut only one piece at a time before bringing it to your lips like is there going to be someone that's going around making sure that people do I mean come on one bite at a time people don't cut it all up at first this will not work for mommies by the way right you gotta eat when you can and we have to cut up our kids food that is true you know so you have to okay I don't like that rule either okay don't switch the place cards you might not love where you've been assigned to sit but just deal with it don't switch the place card yeah well here's what I've learned when my wife puts out the place cards there's a reason that she does it that way who who and as a husband and you guys are gonna love this I know my battles to pick and that is not one that I care to to fight so whatever she wants is just fine with me as long as she doesn't sit me next to somebody well you know who I don't like in the family happy wife happy life ghettos let me add one let me add one rule to this because I don't like any of these rules are made and I do have one last go head give me that I know they'll give you mine don't go snooping through cabinets closet to Ian medicine cabinet in the bathroom I mean please please everybody does that well I'm not keep it all my medicine and all that stuff in the guest bathroom a not allowed in the in in my thrown in the real bad but what happens if somebody camps out in the guest bathroom all yeah let me add this talk politics to your family because you will save a ton of money on Christmas present you want to buy my and I think we should get on those will spring need toys and put it in the medicine cabinet I was somebody opens its new and then you'll know I actually like that I its rise that.

Arizona Jan brewer
Relatives say at least 9 Americans killed in Mexico, many of them kids

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08:03 min | 2 years ago

Relatives say at least 9 Americans killed in Mexico, many of them kids

"In the news today breaking news overnight the state read the story from Mexico at least three American women and six children from an American Mormon community based in northern Mexico have been killed in an ambush a relative of the victims said on Monday now you had was that the the newspaper el universal say at least twelve have been killed we're talking about children as young as six months old will be on the barren said his cousin was on her way to the airport when she was attacked and shot in her car along with her four children in an area and Tory is for drug traffickers and bandits of all kinds it was a massacre LeBaron said Libourne said his role is located the vehicle which had been set on fire with the bodies of the victims inside two other vehicles were found several hours later containing the bodies of two more women and two children at least five other children one of whom was shot and wounded managed to escape and walk home one girl was reported missing after having run into the woods to hide the state Attorney General so the number of victims still remains confused as I said we have reports of me that would make it nine Americans or were killed we've been told the number may be as high as twelve yeah this is a huge story you you see the number of deaths in Mexico that the number of murders in Mexico is on the rise and and in fact the first half of this year setting record numbers and obviously the cartel activity has ramped up greatly don't know what is driving that but it's clear right now that Americans are not safe in Mexico they're not I'm many will argue that they haven't been for quite some time are these this family apparently lived in Mexico S. is being reported and there are plenty of Americans that do that but beyond that you look at tourism and people traveling there on a regular basis I would have you know five six seven years ago have no problem taking a cruise getting off the boat going into Mexico I had a problem growing up on the southern border I really didn't have an issue with it until later years right now I wouldn't step one foot on on Mexican soil and it's because right now I think this unpredictable nature of I don't know if the turf war going on with the with the cartels or or what it might be but I think this story demonstrates how evil those people are we know that Mexican national police and military forces were dispatched to the border state of Sonora on a search operation following those of you know reports like we said nine it is what is being reported by a lot of the media out there with the with the el universal one of Mexico's largest newspapers quoted other relatives the same as many as twelve members of the Mormon family were killed in what appeared to be an organized crime ambush well and and that's it two I mean you ask yourself that a family come upon an area accidentally where there was something going down and and they were attacked or were they attacked out of the blue with a target you know where they targeted specifically because they were Americans were because they were in the wrong place at the wrong time there's a lot to be learned here before we know but there's no doubt that the the activity by the cartels the which has been going on for ages but really ramped up the murders in Mexico's really ramped up in twenty nineteen and right now on full display here I you're talking about children kill being slaughtered if these reports are accurate and true that's as evil as it gets and I don't know what you do about it I don't know what the they're clearly will be an answer from and and so far there has not been an official comment this morning yet from the state department but there likely will be this is from CBS twenty one in Arizona and their headline is U. S. women and children killed burned alive in Mexico ambush right the infirm we were twenty deck because some of the reports said the vehicles were set on fire yes it we did we weren't sure if that's before they were slaughtered or or if they were still alive but again this is horrific and you can bet that there will be a a response from the state department later this morning and you're there you're talking a family that this is a of a woman and a queen creek Arizona so the victims are her American relatives Leah's this woman by the name Leah Staten her sister in law cousin and nephews wife left the family's ranch in Sonora for a wedding with their children in tow my sister could actually see the smoke from her house and they heard the gunshots she says another family member saw one of the S. U. V. is that they had taken on the side of the road a few miles back few miles away from the ranch we just knew the vehicle was on fire and bullet holes all throughout it it was a good hour or so to get information that they were in it the four children they were all dead the other two cars disappeared my sister in law was in one with nine or for children and then my cousin was in one with her baby some of her relatives have recently talked about moving to the states because of the violence there things have happened with my family members being pulled over by the mafia guns pointed at their vehicle as for motive is that's one thing that you and I are asking the the woman who are the the relative in Arizona said she has no idea why anybody would want to harm innocent women and children we just can't believe that this is actually happening to our family it just seems like a bad dream Mexico officials say the area is remote which is slowing down the investigation we said even Mexican military have been sent for the the the search for an investigation as to what's what's going on so you look at that immediate area below the your supporter right there in Arizona that was going back to Jan brewer's time as governor of that state that was part of the battle is is that there were very dangerous people still are dangerous people the cross in to the US across the border and Arizona was looking to do something about that and of course the battle ensued between the legal battle between the Obama administration and and the state of Arizona and you look at the threat it's not anymore it's not just border states I'm talking about the threat that's right here at home by the cartels in their activity here if they're willing to do something in Mexico like this they're willing to do anything anywhere and the more that we that the left promotes open borders the more dangerous our country

Mexico Five Six Seven Years Six Months One Foot
"jan brewer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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07:46 min | 2 years ago

"jan brewer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"And that means it's brewer time former Arizona governor making Gators political insider Jan brewer joins this governor brewer how are you. I know you guys still and doing great governor do you think are losers. he can. for those of you that don't know that was a Kelly ward the head of the GOP in Arizona calling us. losers lightweight. lightweight losers governor your your response from that. well. I would. I. yeah with Gabby Giffords mark Kelly in the living in the world today that we have to be a lot more sensitive about what we say and how we stayed in court you know back in January two thousand eleven when Gabby was shot down there I would give you my speech and so I had to go out and meet with the press and it was so devastating and sell for about and with everything that's gone on in our community I think that we all should be very careful on how we work things and how we do it I'm a big second amendment supporter I believe we have the right to bear arms we've got to be very careful and you want someone gets shot. and they all will die and there were people killed here in Arizona. and I was a terrible day it was a terrible day for errors on the terrible day in our history you know she is the it is our chairman of our party and I she needs to revisit that I think and maybe consider next I'm if she asked to go to like that to be more cognizant of what she's going to say these are bad times we have to be very cautious about what we say and that was I think a little harsh. Kelli ward the chair of the Arizona Republican Party in a fundraising email saying we'll stop gun grabber mark Kelly dead in his tracks. governor you can answer my question though are we losers. no okay a three second pause for a like well there's a pregnant pause I think about. I will I will now go ahead governor. hi governor Jan brewer former Arizona governor Matt can get us to look a little insider joins us as he does each and every Wednesday for brewer time did she do that on purpose or what Kelly ward yeah the wording of using stop him dead in his tracks or is it just a total coincidence mon look I I hear yeah I hear you she will say it's a two hundred year old idiom it's a it's something you use in everyday conversation I say it has a double meaning and she did it on purpose what do you think I I want to believe I you know I can't get into her head medium has been around we all know that and that we have said that kind of thing but in the context of what we use I think probably a open mouth and insert but should she apologize then if that's truly the case that it was just Hey I didn't mean anything by it will then just say well I apologize for that. I would like to think that if I if I had done that that I would apologize and try to clean it up I don't know what you're thinking as I she is our chairman of our Republican Party she is a spokeswoman and as you've got a big job on our hands and not she needs to go out there and you know we know there's been sitting out will or about how this is said and done not only from Democrats in the progressive liberal but you know from from Republicans also she needs to be a little bit more cautious because you get up harm her ability to lead our party and just sweet victory and twenty twenty former Arizona governor Jan brewer joins us every Wednesday my honest opinion is that Kelly ward doesn't want Martha make Sally to win. and I say though I say that because it's not water under the bridge between these two women they don't like each other I gotta tell you senator make Sally came on the show the other day and and condemned the comments from ward and I loved it I was so glad that Martha make Sally did that but I think Kelly ward is so petty and vile that she doesn't want make Sally to win she still hurt to make Sally torch during the last election and I think that she cares about number one and doesn't care about anybody else all I know I have been a couple of bands with Kelly as German supporting on Mar the next alley and she's been the port of of rolling in the troops and getting it organized and bring in the people forget now and we were very very pleased with that because she is our chairman I mean this is not out there supporting a Republican candidates including mark the big valley who is our candidate as you go the causes of a lot of grief and certainly the Republican Party and certainly could even affect our president trump we know that Arizona is a little bit purple we have to come together we can't have a division a lot of room people in those undecided independent stepped up to the Republican side I told center make Sally this before she was a senator when she was running against cures and cinema I don't think she ran a great campaign but I love the way she answered the question on our show you know do you condemn what Kelly ward said XLE was very honest about it we have to drag an answer out of her she said I you know I don't like it I would have chosen the N. word I would use different words but I I go back to this I believe the Kelly war with. I mean she called it the way she heard it right now and your Republican or a Democrat we don't always agree and we have to be able to disagree and point out our differences Martha I mean I hope they kill it not offended that we think that it maybe should have been maybe a mortgage differently and maybe it was to select a **** you know I'm all we know that what what and now she can write you can write the wrong if you want to do if not I guess we move on I just think governor that word was thrown XLE under the bus of a minute chance it running for that Senate seat she does so desperately wants years from now I think she do it. well I sure hope he doesn't do that and if that happens I think that people call route we need our party we run our party in Jack we won't have any guns elections we will not be hopeful at all and wings speaking of that the former Arizona governor and mac can get us political insider Jan brewer joins us as she does each and every Wednesday for brewer time join a couple losers right now mac all I know they're light weight. my are we felt we were on the receiving end of that himself we feel good about it do you think that Kelly wards leadership or this memo this email is actually hurting the GOP in Arizona and it will push more conservatives to move the movie they're independent consider independent or maybe even Democrat they may even vote for mark Kelly because they don't like the tone and they don't like the leadership. well. I can see how it happened I'm gonna give her some slack she was duly elected I'll buy that rethinking many people of our great state to lead us six hundred votes right yeah yeah governor we're glad you came on with us we're glad that you know us being a couple of a light weight losers has inspired you off bye bye okay bye bye she got here quick of course she knows she knows you don't stick around a lightweight losers listen I spent two she's thinking I spent seven or eight minutes with these guys that's about enough that's about enough I'm going to legitimize these not only..

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"The head of the Arizona GOP called us that the big question on people's minds does Kelly ward one Arizona senator Martha make Sally to lose the next election we'll ask the former governor of Arizona Jan brewer that question today three. Mitchell is with us in Florida hi Mitchell how are you. doing well for yourself better than I deserve welcome to the Dave Ramsey show how can I help. thank you Sir all I've been looking for a little while now so I appreciate everything that doing my question involves I've been required to get my girlfriend Walter the programs well and it's going okay I am about thirty thousand in debt just shy of that I make about thirty five thousand a year on a good year and I'm trying to figure out here I've listened your programmers killed in a car and every time I hear you say in regards to a girl from scenario you separate your debts so we have done so we are both going through financial peace university right now but my question is we cannot be legally married because she is a military with and we would lose. a lot of the benefits of that for the kids colleges income. so my question is how do we run the baby steps financial peace university the military does not pay the children. of a deceased soldier. the benefits if the widow remarriage is that what you're saying. yes they do not so if we were to become remarried the children lose the call to benefit she would lose a lot of the social security income so massively the benefits would decrease she cannot legally married as a result of what would what the VA would do all governors were base would be taken away how old are the two ways I am twenty twenty eight how old is she. she is thirty nine what the she earned. I believe it's around forty five a year. how old are the children. one is that a house he's twenty one we have a stepdaughter here in the house she's fourteen and our youngest is. okay I'm sorry the **** so dull the lady. that you are dating has three children apart from you or you have a seven year old with her. I'm not sure they're all my stepchildren they're all your stepchildren she she has a seven year old a twenty one year old and a what. thanks for kicking Sir okay the one is already gone to college and is done and I was all paid for through the VA and the military benefit of being a widow and the same would be done for the fourteen and the seven year old the fourteen year old already working on what you can do to college and like I said mean her going to financial peace right now so that my to my game plan for me separately to be about that for you eighteen. that is my goal. well I am I mean we work with the military a lot and we work with the certainly work with the widows and widowers of military personnel lost their lives in a service of the country and I I this is the first time ever run into this time it it's illogical to me now the social security part is not that that would go away but I. I'm not sure you've I won't I I really want you to get some further information on this I I I'm not prepared to argue with you because I don't know but it just doesn't feel like the military to me. that they take away the kids college benefits because the widow remarriage now the source security stuff definitely and here's the thing here's the premise that I start this whole conversation with Mitchell I'm. I am not going to form my life around dodging regulations. I'm gonna live my life properly. and the regulations fall where they fall. and I'm gonna go in so if this is the lady of your dreams and she and you are the man of her dreams and you're going to become. your step children are then and if we lose some benefits certainly gonna lose our security no question about that I'm gonna work around that and we're gonna get married. and I must say for these kids college and they're going to be on the other two were gonna work their way through school we're gonna get scholarships we're gonna work on our careers and both of us are going to make more all of those kinds of things but it but for years I'm. you know if you're my little brother I wouldn't tell you to shack up with her so you can get the benefits. I sound like some kind of welfare recipients program or something you know I don't get married because of can't get my check you know I just I'm not that one what you said you didn't say it with that tone I got I didn't say that rush of people out there do that and I'm not I don't wanna be that guy and I wouldn't want you to be that guy and so if I'm in your shoes I'm going to go in and do a lot more research and a lot more push back with a congressman with some military organizations about this lady receiving her benefits properly even if she were to remarry I don't know about that I'm not positive it just doesn't. until right arm it's not right if they're doing it but welcome to something some military does some things I don't do well so hopefully that's not the case but just losing the social security and let's just say that your your your all your information is exactly right I'm still gonna merrier. in order to work to get college thing out. but I'm not gonna not marry someone talking in a bunch of checks. it's just not it's not how my brain works is not how my life works is not all honor and dignity and that doesn't work you know your your side stepping stuff here shop it's. no I wouldn't do that show and then that that shows how much your other issues like yeah now we can combine our finances yes we can combine our income just we can you know get up eighty thousand dollar your income and work with we put a couple kids to school doing that are you make thirty five she makes forty five you got ten years before seven year old gets there you got five years for the fourteen year old gets there you work this out work this out but I'm not gonna go around going I can't legally merrier if you can legally merrier that's not a true statement but you just don't accept the consequences if you dare our of the programs that may or may not be cut off I really do want to go investigate that though a little bit further I'm I'm not sure that's right. somebody in military tweet me or something or call me or tell me tell me I'm not crazy here I guess I don't know I just I truly don't know open phones at triple eight eight two five five two two five Liane is with us in Louisiana hi Liane how are you. hi good how bout yourself better than I deserve what's up. so my husband and I have a rent house and we don't know if we should continue renting it or sell it the rand health and paid off but the house we are living in is not we are one hundred and sixty three thousand and that's what the rent house could potentially sell for which would make that free we're not sure what to do all right. I am going to be twenty five next week wow and what's your household income. I'm is about a hundred and fifty thousand a year good and your debt free everything but the but there's one but you're. also living in which is a hundred and sixty three yes and I got your emergency fund in place. yes Sir you guys are doing great. what a cow and I was all set up for success so here's what I would do sit down tonight and you guys run some math out and say if we don't sell rent house we can have our home paid off by ex. right okay we make a hundred and fifty we owe a hundred and fifty right. yes Sir fifty eight years three years. okay if that's if the if you want to do that seventy five years two years you you probably could do that that be pretty tight obviously fifteen years ten years right I mean you can run the numbers out however you want and then you ask yourself. do we do fifty a year for three years is it worse was that in order to keep the rental. and you just put the rental on one hand the fifty eight year for three years on the other hand you go. that's really what you're getting here is not just that free you're getting that free three years early. all right for four years earlier whatever numbers you guys want to crunch tonight and.

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"Mackey ghettos political insider Jan brewer governor brewer how are you there were three I got a ball game Friday at six thirty it's probably gonna be about one oh nine that's great will you come in fan me no one in your mouth one why don't you just go ahead and do the you know what governor you want to bring up fire department and hose down that would be maybe you could pinch run for me well I don't think that would be good governor so we've been kicking around president trump's latest immigration policy and it's for legal immigrants the plan would deny permanent legal status like giving someone a green card to people in the country legally if they determine well maybe they'll be on food stamps or subsidized housing maybe their income is low well it doesn't seem the president wants that a governor is it just me or does trump want wealthy immigrants and not poor immigrants okay let's go back to home base here okay okay I mean immigration has always been based on people that are coming in that they're going to be self sufficient it's always been a very basic principle of our country immigration laws and what now what president trump is trying to accomplish is to pursue and take action to ensure that our citizens are in the country are not being neglected because of the legal or illegal immigrants that are putting a strain on the public resources he got a little bit out of control but we Gration and always been based on public charge which is part of the United States immigration laws for more than a hundred years and what we can argue that if you're not able to take care of yourself and you have to rely on welfare that you ought not to be coming into the country instead just stop and that Congress by the way you guys along with president Clinton signed to bipartisan bill the nineteen ninety six to help us stop aliens from exploiting the public benefits that are provided here in our country is bad with that our national policy address this issue that you have to be self sufficient I know that when I was young living in California I lived in Los Angeles and immigrants coming in years and years ago but that was like the Hollywood that was that in the great intake and it's like but you had to have a sponsor you had to be able to have a job you had out a job application state and way back when I was a kid we didn't have all these welfare issues we didn't have all of the churches stepped up and took care of these people were now she would take care of those people here that are American citizens or do we need to just bring everybody into America and I nobody gets the kind of service it's tough I know we want to do things because our hearts is it's a good thing to do that love thy brother you know provide them Phoebe or friends take care of the poor but you know breaks my heart you when I got down nineteenth Avenue in camelback and I see all that homeless people down there and and the mentally ill fitting at bus stops at the mall wandering around in our veterans that are legion behind building and mothers sleeping in cars with their kids because they can't get basic services and we know that the illegal immigrants and illegal immigrants organization out there out and I will say which is good for them might get a lawyer is an organization that just depression that then pushing that at people are going to have to decide who and what and how are we going to take care of this big huge problem so a lot of always been that you you you said that you need to be self sufficient and I think he's going to try to import that so tell me what you think former Arizona governor on a rant because does it have done your heart yeah former Arizona governor Jan brewer joins us here's the thing though I don't want them on the government teat forever limit give them a period of time if they come here and it's in a legal way and they got to get back on their feet a little bit I'm okay with that but here's the other thing to sign in Phoenix there was a study done that both of these cities are going to be affected if you keep everyone who has high income you don't have a low income and some of those low income people do a lot of jobs no American would ever do so what effect the labor supply yes normally a lot of these people at least one in the household are on benefits the majority of them ought to be working this country was based on people coming in here and working and taking care of their family why can't that happen today why is it that everybody has to sign up for food stamps everybody you know and and and health care that is the killer they all present to the emergency room and if you pay your insurance and I pay my insurance they are built with people that are what you wish you could possibly be immigrants you know that need help because they're sick we're paying the price for it because they don't pay former governor of Arizona Jan brewer Machen Gatos political insider joins us as she does each and every Wednesday for brewer time did you have to deal with the problems of wrong way drivers when you were governor did you see this background you know the one this morning one yesterday right right to the past week sings the previous way did you see this coming or did you how did you deal with it when you were governor even there no we had report and it would be reported then not to the extent that it is now really really bothered me and I kept asking questions and they said that we always had a problem with the wrong way driver he just hasn't been publicized and I did what what do you do about it not talking about putting spikes and they said that that was way way too expensive well I think and I you know I'm willing to pay them extra two cents on something but those days bikes in there and stop those drunk whoever's going the wrong way I guess the percentage of of them are are the outside a drunk your is knowledge in that it did happen I know you did that happen when you were governor yeah but it would dispose of publicize that DBS told me at that time that there's always been a lot of them probably you know not as much as it is now because we got more free way and we've got more population I think some of these exits and entrances are difficult for people really difficult for him yeah like I think the one that is the Glendale and the one a one coming out of the stadium there I think it's very confusing maybe it's Maryland but when you leave this stadium you want to get on the freeway you don't know where to get on you cross over you don't know if you're going down the bottom side of the freeway you're going on to the inside of the freeway to get on former governor of that I mean I drive in here at night in the right hand lane so if you're in the right hand lane sense are you supposed to drive at night if your drunken driving eight don't be late with my pedal to the metal I'm working in a justice is either any light or get behind it what let them get the track where the Jeez I'm eighteen Wheeler yeah no former governor of Arizona Jan brewer giving us driving from wrong way driving off we'll talk to you next week governor thanks okay Happy Days hi governor Jan brewer Machen Gatos political insider admitting that she will drive behind a truck to make sure that just get whacked by wrong way driver of the views and X. fusion opinions expressed by the previous cover does not reflect Machen Gatos smart idea you think so I wouldn't follow a truck I worry about my windshield getting cracked you're worried about your windshield getting crowded out or only drive I'm not worried about a wrong way driver I'm more worried about getting my windshield cracked because social have insurance how many times have you got your windshield you lived here for twenty years how many Winchell's been cracked I've had seven while I refuse to answer that question because it'll come back to bite me what why it's just a simple question how may that's a mirror can't do it to break a mirror is bad luck not to break a windshield probably right around what yeah all right coming up we've got Maricopa county sheriff Paul pens own in studio we'll talk red flag laws talk Fenix PD now they all body cans I can make a difference but up next sky harbor sky harbor you have some serious explaining to do after what happened goodness gracious mother of all creatures big and small.

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"Brewer time it's Wednesday so for Arizona governor Mackey Gatos a political insider Jan brewer will join us I love governor brewer yep yep I know Lloyd she sends me the Kissy face emoji are you know watching the Graham I didn't how all right Lloyd you know can we just talk a little politics were there before your start getting all mushy maybe I'll promises okay we'll talk about the the new repeat the question I don't know if you know exactly who that is all played again can you repeat the question Robert Muller heard that a lot today Robert Muller in front of Congress on Capitol Hill and everybody's disappointed in them can you repeat the question did nobody turned his hearing aid on today I'm a lot of people there I understand that but their microphones now and I mean you know it's not that he couldn't hear maybe just needed a second to ponder the question he just looked preoccupied in almost every time when someone asked him a question you repeat the question and then that the you know the the blowhard politician up there would be like they just want to hear themselves they don't even know their mother like I can't believe got a report read redo the question you know I also I almost thought that was a tactic to run out the clock because each Congress person gets five minutes right so if you get the blowhard going for like a minute and a half and then they finally out of their face get a question for more now and if mower goes for minutes here how my gonna I'm going to get their new repeat the question and then they got to do it all over again that's less questions pretty good not bad I mean it's a pretty good strategy by molar he could maybe sainted for us all right so all right exactly all right so former Arizona governor Jan brewer at the top of the hour answer our questions yes I do she will not be easy since it to say will you repeat it because chicken here she can hear us okay let's say let's say you go to a restaurant let's see your valley restaurant right now and they say you know how they come out and they say here the specials you know if you can help a little bit fancy okay I mean all right here some special yeah yeah what if one of the specials was a dish that you really like any comes discounted but all you have to do to get that dish is is safe sender back what would I say backed meatballs made with beef today in case we offend any of our overly sensitive poor cater writes John can I sell on his Facebook page the post continues quota free side when you say send her back okay so you got a restaurant owner whose pandering to what the president said the other day correct it's a publicity stunt something both you and I did not like when the president said that right and I didn't like that it was chanted by the trump supporters right things very hurtful and and races to be on a sending but is entitled to say whatever they want is this old guy and he steals although that down now reporter who pulls.

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"Support for this podcast and the following message come from American pest open your doors, who healthy pest free home with American pest, offering safe environmentally friendly pest control solutions throughout the DMV for over ninety years. Learn more at American past dot net. Some American neighborhoods are struggling even in a strong economy. How much can a new tax break help them? NPR's Asia Roscoe reports standing in front of a massive crowd in Orlando last week. President Trump may this promise to help poor neighborhoods, we will expand opportunities Jones so that no community is ever left behind passes, the part of the twenty seventeen tax cut law. The opportunities owns program allows governors to make some low income areas in their state eligible for federal tax incentive, Trump often refers to the program when talking about what his administration has done for struggling rural and urban communities and as a part of his outreach to black America. Skins. The policy is also been championed by lawmakers, such as Senator Tim Scott a Republican, and Senator Cory Booker, a democrat running for president projects are underway throughout the country. On an empty lot and tippy Zona private equity investors in fficials gathered in the white tent for groundbreaking of the plane ninety unit affordable housing complex. Former Arizona governor Jan brewer spoke really thrilled to see all of you. Thank you so much for clear. There were shovels and symbolic tossing of dirt has particular property. If you look around, here's pretty blinded. You've got some dilapidated buildings. That's Quin Palomino CEO virtual partners the private equity firm, that's building the project do its opportunities own fund, and you have investors who would not have normally invested in this project. It's opportunities. Owns is really been an incredible tool. This is an old idea. That's been supercharged by the 2017 tax law. Stuart Butler is one of the conservative scholars credited with bringing the original idea of so-called enterprise zones to the US in the nineteen eighties Butler, who's now with Brookings Institution said the vision was to make it easier for people living in poor areas to be able to start businesses in their own neighborhoods. The second piece of it. Whereas to say, let's look at tax relief, and let's relief taxes reduced taxes on people who take the risk of investing in a poor and difficult neighborhood. Stays introduced. Their own versions of these loans in the federal government followed suit, launching the empowerment zones program in the early nineties backers of the new opportunities zone say they are totally different though program required states to compete for tax breaks in grants Butler, Greece's latest program is different and that worries them maybe they went too far in this current version. There are more than eighty seven hundred opportunities owns covering nearly thirty five million Americans and vessels can defer their capital gains taxes through twenty twenty six by putting their profits in opportunities zone funds that invest in these communities. The longer the investors keep their money in the fund the more tax benefits. They receive the concern is that wealthy people will pour money into these, multimillion dollar funds. But Butler says the development may not help low income residents. It's a -tracting the wrong kind of investment lodge scale investment, which may lead to far greater gentrification. And removal of people rather than the original intent of the enterprise zone idea. But these critiques are off base says Doron Smith. He's deputy director of the White House office of American innovation. Smith says local governments can work to protect their residents vacation and not something that's happening. Every city is not happening in, like the Mississippi delta right houses, very affordable down there. So for us to create economic development tool that tries to fix a problem only hurts us some urban areas. That's not smart. The White House has also set up a council to help target Federal Housing grants and other funds specifically for the tones. But it's unclear whether these owns will truly spur new investments, especially in places that were already on the upswing says Timothy Weaver, a professor at SUNY Albany, who has studied these types of programs people who were going to invest anyway. And now getting a tax break and to maybe you're gonna get shifting of investment from outside of zion's to inside of designs. And any the case what you'll likely to see our rent's going up for everybody, even some of the earliest opportunities zone supporters, say there needs to be more information about where the money is going. 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09:09 min | 3 years ago

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"The top teachers in Arizona with a thousand dollar check MAC and Gaydos tribute to a teacher. Well, you need to do is text the word teacher to four one one nine two three we accept nominations all the time that's teacher to four one one nine two three. Okay. So a lot of news about hacienda healthcare today. The place where an incapacitated woman was raped last year gave birth last year. They've got the sicko who is in jail. We talked about it just the other day. Why did he plead not guilty? They got DNA charges. They got a baby goodness gracious mashes the DNA, right, right? And we found out that in almost every case in Arizona. You plead not guilty. The judge won't let you plead guilty to send me to jail, you gotta plead not guilty. So here's the new wrinkle today with hacienda healthcare. The governor of Arizona Doug Ducey is saying I got an executive order, and I want to make sure that people with disabilities are treated, right? So we're going to have a couple of steps to go through. And we're gonna make sure that people who are taking care of the disabled go through these training courses to make sure that the that they continue to good care. We're going to talk to Jan brewer about that. She obviously former Arizona governor at three. But but let's talk about this. What the governor is also asking that Hocine into healthcare be charged. Yeah. He's asking Mark Burnett. Mitch the attorney general go go and charge them because they are not complying, right? They're not doing what they needed to do as the state told them. So now, the governor of Arizona is calling for this facility. To be prosecuted on a wide range of charges. Not just not just the sexual assault of a woman, baby. This is about the stuff are joining us now. Monica Lindstrom, MAC and Gaydos, legal expert. How're you doing Monica? Hi, guys. So what what are we looking at in terms of hacienda healthcare being charged with what does the governor want them charged with the governor's in a letter over to the attorney general and say, hey, look, this situation is out of hand that we need to do something about it. So essentially his letter says I'm going to support you in going after hacienda. Not only for the type of care that was given to the incapacitated woman. But also some allegations of fraud, and the fact that haciendas been taking both state and federal funds to help care for these patients and not possibly using it correctly. There's some alleged reports of fraud there. And so the governor is saying, hey, h e. Investigate all sides of this. And if there is something there to go after go ahead and do it. I want them charged civilly. And of course, the individual that actually did the raping he's church, criminally. So does this does this mean that that do see is slowly trying to dismantle this place? Or is he just trying to dot every I and cross every t and get all the information. He can well, I think both because Hocine more and more information just coming out about its board of directors receiving a lot of complaints about sexual harassment committed by the CEO, the fact that the hussy the board now says that it cannot pay an independent third party to oversee the day to day operations 'cause doesn't have enough money. But it doesn't add up because they were giving or what they would pay that third party to their CEO. So all of a sudden where those funds go there's a lot of things that aren't adding up between the fraud allegations of sexual harassment allegations the rape. It's so I think governor Ducey is in a sense. Yeah. Maybe we need to dismantle this whole the board of directors. I count able and everybody else there, and maybe shut it down. But also uses certain example, to set some new laws of do parameters guidelines policies and procedures for institutions like this. Monica Lindstrom, MAC and Gaydos, legal expert. Guess I guess I'm kind of confused Monica. We know that Rick Romley, the former Maricopa County AG. Is is investigating. Why not wait for the investigation? They missed one deadline. I'm not I'm not trying to dismiss it. Or or just, you know? Shuffle it under the rug or anything? But why now why not wait for the full investigation? Let's figure out what truly went on. And then proceed with Bernie vich going after hacienda. Wh what else is going on here? Well, what investigation or are you talking about the investigation into hacienda or the investigation into the rate? Yeah. Both both. We know Rick Romney's investigating. We know Phoenix PD's investigating. What do I do it? Now. Well, there's no need to wait until the end of those investigations because those things are wrong. We know things have happened that are bad it if he just sits back and waits both the AG in the governor if they just wait for the results of those investigations, which by the way, could take months, how do we know someone else won't be hurt? How do we know that the funds will be diverted to an unlawful purpose? We don't. And so by getting involved right now before the investigations are completed hopefully, they can stop anything further from happening that would be detrimental to the patients or to the tax payers. Monica Lindstrom, MAC and Gaydos, legal expert. We're talking about governor Ducey and what he's trying to do with hacienda healthcare today. He put it through an executive order. He's also asking the Arizona attorney general he listened let's charge hacienda healthcare Monica as an attorney you've seen a lot of red tape, in your opinion is is do see doing a good enough job to I guess go. Oh through the steps and the process to get from point A to B and get some type of solution is he is he doing a quick enough. Well, I think he's doing it probably as quick as you can because you can't turn around, and it's just all a bunch of laws and new policies and procedures. And then expect everything to be better the next day. That's what Trump has done in the past. Right. He puts these new laws out there these new regulations, but everybody that actually has to implement them has no idea what they are how to do it. So these types of things take time. But what I see legally as governor Ducey MBA g not sitting back and waiting. They're actually taking proactive steps to try to resolve these issues and doing it in a legal way by referring to the statutes and getting their power of investigation from Aaron Jonuz loss. So so Monica. Do you think hacienda healthcare will be shut down like like law enforcement will literally lock the doors or do you think like the state will just cut off funding or cut off their their their, Medicaid or? There, you know, whatever's reimbursed from the state, and therefore they'll have to declare bankruptcy. How do you? How do you see this unfolding for hacienda? Well, I think the most important thing that the aging and the governor is looking at is the health and welfare of the patients that are in there. If you just simply withdraw the funds, you still have patients in their what's going to happen to them. What about any private patients that may be in their meaning that they're they use private funds, not state funds? I don't know if there are any, but that's not going to help those patients. So I think the most important thing is to possibly work towards shutting this down and getting those patients transferred to more appropriate facility that has better care that they can work on the fund issue. I think it's the safety of the welfare of the patients that are both important in the governor in the mind. All right, Monica. Thanks, a lot talk to you later. I guys. Monica Lindstrom, MAC and Gaydos, legal expert. I think this whole nightmare. Certainly at the end of the day has put a spotlight on the fact that there are disabled people who are in places like this around the United States, and they are not being treated very well now, I will say this not all of them are being sexually assaulted troop. Like what happened here in Arizona? There's other types of abuse. And you just think to yourself how could somebody do that to someone who can't do anything for themselves? And also that happened. And also, the does that people who run the place are they defrauding the government, right? Are they defrauding or cooking the books in order to make the guy supposedly the CEO's paid six hundred thousand guy's a crook a year right to run it yet? They can't afford an outside play outside place for five hundred thousand wait. Wait, wait, wait, that doesn't make any sense. So you have to go over the accounting right now, not not just deal with the sexual assault, which is horrific. It also what are you doing here with the money? What's going on with the money? My goodness. This CEO. He's the only one right now who I think really isn't under the microscope because he left you got the board. Well, the people who are still in place there under the microscope the people that work there under the microscope, but this CEO he left so fast that I wonder if I wonder if there's something that. Law enforcement or do see or well was under his watch. He prosecuting needs to be nail. He could be prosecuted. Absolutely. All right. Coming up next. Little Trump falls asleep at the state of the union. No, not the president talk about it next. Drive home, informed and entertained with MAC and Gaydos, KTAR news ninety two three FM..

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01:30 min | 3 years ago

"jan brewer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Jan brewer that's today at three drive, home, informed and entertained with MAC and Gaydos, two to six PM on KTAR news ninety two three FM. Hey, it's MAC Watson. With some big news for my friends at renters warehouse, Dave acquired one of America's leading online real estate investment marketplaces and have now become the nation's leading real estate investment services company. So what does this mean for you? It means renters warehouse is now your one stop shop for research by leasing managing and selling single family rental properties. So whether you're looking at twenty properties are just one renters warehouse gives you the tools that you need find great properties and great tenants. Collect the rent manage the maintenance view stock like analytics and track your portfolio with renters warehouse. You can easily do it from the comfort of your own home. You can even do it from your smartphone and your properties don't have to be local. They can be anywhere in the country. When it comes to unlocking, the investment power rental homes. Renters warehouse is leveling the playing field. They have the network knowledge and technology to make you a rent estate mogul. And it all starts when you. Visit renters warehouse dot com. That's renterswarehouse warehouse dot com. Renters warehouse list rent. Manage all under one roof. And then she told me that her granddaughter, John. Are you listening to me? Of course, am well, then why are you on your phone ignoring your poor mother who only loves you and wants to spend time with you. I was doing some banking on the Wells Fargo mobile app. And I got carried away pay your bills done. Check your balances done deposit checks done even send receive money. Are you updating your status right.

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"jan brewer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:46 min | 3 years ago

"jan brewer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Afternoon match. Three. It's wednesday. And that means brewer time, former governor of Arizona and MAC and Gaydos, political insider, Jan brewer joins us to talk all things politics, high governor, how are you? I'm doing just fine. How are you guys? We're doing good. We saw you front and center at governor Ducey state of the state address is that something you'd get invited to or do you say, hey, listen. I'm the former governor of Arizona, you make sure I have a seat. No, you get invited to it. So I arrived in down, and listen, and it was awesome. Did you ever try and get them to laugh like hold like a pest dispenser on your knee or something like that or make a face or hand gesture appoint? No. Make those people. Former Arizona governor Jan brewer joins us every Wednesday. Let's go over some of the speech from Ducie. Here's one thing governor. And that's why we're including enough dollars to put a cap on every campus that needs one every school campus yesterday. Sheriff Paul Penzone endorsed this idea. He supports governor Ducey, what do you make of this idea? Governor I know that our schools need to be safe than they do debut be protected. I with our country and direction that has gone with all these shootings every day when he native state of the state, I was interested in who need them, you decide to which school these how do they choose which kids get this source officer on there that wasn't quite clear to me. So I don't know the cost that guess, certainly I've always believed that our schools should be safe and secure. There's to be very controlled entrances and exit not so bad to like y'all with every day. Been in the last few years that they control the entrance. They were know who is coming and going is bringing. What sounds simple I know that it's probably difficult because you've got most of the kids arriving on buses, and they can all come through one area. We've got to be very cautious and careful what's going on with today's environment. Former governor of Zona MAC and Gaydos, political insider, Jan brewer joins us as she does each and every Wednesday. I thought was interesting governor is that the governor Doug Ducey don't do it forbid you to say where you're gonna say Doug Ducey. Now, what's your about to say, he led the speech talking about what I told? You don't want to talk about water is water really the most pressing issue in Arizona. I mean, usually I would think you would put the most pressing issue first. And then you kind of go down the list. So by the time, you get to fifth which is water people have already zoned out, but he came out with water. And I was like, that's the first thing you lied. Off with really you would be very anxious. If you went to brush your teeth is there was a water coming out of that box in the water dairy. But we're not at that. Are we governing MAC doesn't Even Russia's t that up we've got federal responsibilities and they're getting ready to lay down the law. And that's so they've got to move quickly on this. What was it January thirty first they've got to answer the feds what our plan is a plan, and there's been such a battle going on. They've got Dylan thirty first to come up with a plan in early those cats down there, not going to be easy and all the special interests maple water is very very precious. I mean, it wasn't a surprise about water and education, you know. Number one. No, no, mcelwain drinks water from a barrel outside when it captures rain. I very ecologically conscious. All right. I love this time of year MAC and Gaydos, political insider, former Arizona governor Jan brewer's. Joining us we heard what you said the other day governor that the US will collapse without a border wall. Governor we're not going to collapse without a border wall. Are we listen guide every sovereign country need their border secured agree, how federal government if they're not protecting our border. They're not protecting the citizens that Arizona every country needs their board secured. Right. Got your country. Right. But what brings? All one universe. Right. But we're protecting our border governor. I mean, we're maybe there's border patrols the border patrol. Certainly you need to do a lot more. There's certain fencing around the just because we don't have a wall in certain places. Doesn't mean we're gonna collapse. Does it? I believe that we need all of the above that, you mentioned that I've said that for how many years now that we need our borders appeared we need wall. We need technology. We do more than ground technology. Whatever, you know, numerous things, I don't need to repeat them. All I think that this issue of the wall that was a lot of politics because it was easy to say and easy to champ build a wall. But the bottom line is is our border security, President Trump is going to do that. And I would think that the Democrats have realized that and I am really upset by the way that the democrat leadership is not staying at the table and negotiating they were elected to represent the people. They are there to negotiate. I never walked away from a minute Goshi table. And I've had some pretty tough ones. If you all recall and for them, not just show up and. That will never get solved. I agree with you there governor. But also, let's be fair. President Trump walked out of a meeting with the Democrats. I mean there wasn't meeting. He went in didn't like what he heard any left. I don't necessarily blame them. But I mean. Criticized to that they talked about it, and they just flat out said, no. And so he he removed himself. What are you going to talk to a wall? I mean, the bottom line is is that when you're the ghost JD each day at that table until you decide that you're both leaving regroup. I mean, you just don't walk out. Go you go daily living. Go abra, no solution that just absolutely no, do you talk to a wall. Yeah. Talk to a while back. We actually had an idea. Governor supposedly the city of Tucson has reached out to the Oakland Raiders to let them play at the university of Arizona. Why don't we let that happen? And then build a wall around Mussawi because raiders fans are so horrible. I would see how that worked. And if that turns out to be successful. I love to build the wall. I love it. Breaking news. Mac and Gaydos, political insider, former Arizona governor Jan brewer joining us. Let me play. What Meghan McCain said yesterday. Megan McCain joins us once a month for an exclusive interview. Here's what she said about the shutdown, and what it means for Republicans one way or the other is gonna blow back in Republicans faces just simply because our president is the one that's in power, or do you agree with that not necessarily, you know, with the Democrats is absolutely not talking and not going in there to try to negotiate a compromise. Eventually, it will relate it harms, the Democrats because the democrat leadership going and bang bang on the table, but stay at the table there. She is former Arizona governor, Jan brewer MAC and Gaydos, political insider every single Wednesday governor great to talk to you. We look forward to next Wednesday. I look forward to it. Also, thank you so much. She makes a good point. Both should both sides should stay at the table and figure it out both sides should be locked in a room figure it out. Don't don't let them out. He believed blue. Can you imagine Pelosi and Trump in a room for like forty eight hours? No, shower, I can imagine the carnage after that. Yes. No food. No water. It would get a little hammer a.

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"jan brewer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"jan brewer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Today's wednesday. And that means brewer time in about fifteen minutes. We'll talk to the former Arizona governor about the current Arizona governor, and what he called in his state of the state speech to call for a cop in every school that needs one. Jan brewer coming up in about fifteen minutes. I know we have a lot of fun on this show. Mac I want to get real real serious for a second about the hacienda healthcare case situation in the incident that took place I want to say something, and I want everybody in their car, you're online. You're listening to us from the app, or what have you I want? Everybody to really listen, and I really want you to hear my heart on this one because I actually debated ever bringing this up on the show because the issue is so tough. It's so tough the woman in a vegetative state that had a baby was sexually assaulted at hacienda healthcare. And I've been kind of. Kicking this around in my head for a few days. My wife, and I were talking about it the other day. How would we feel and so I'm just going to kind of lay this out for you? I think it's interesting that we have three kind of different parents here. I'm a stepdad Macura your dad to a doctrine. Yeah. Becky Lynn, you've had two children. First of all what happened to the young woman in a vegetative status beyond horrifying. There's no question about that. No one's debating that. It was horrifying. It is a nightmare that no parent can ever imagine. That woman was violated. She had no chance to say to say, no. And it was beyond horrifying yet. Is there actually a silver lining in the story? And I do think that there is. Is there a small part of it? That the parents of this woman in a vegetative state. They may be seen miracle. Because the woman in a vegetative state. There's no life in her. And it's so tragic and she's been in that state since he was three years old. And now there is a life from her. Yeah. The family suffered a tragic loss of over twenty years something like that over twenty years ago their youngest daughter drown. She was three. She she drowned they brought her back, but she was going to be in a vegetative state for the rest of her life. This family suffered a tragic loss. Three-year-old georgia. There was no first day of school. There was no prom date. There was never a time. Where you you got to teach her how to drive the parents of this woman in a vegetative state, and he never went to a graduation day. They didn't get to watch their daughter. Grow up walk down the aisle, watch get married, maybe start own family. And now they have a piece of her back again here, my heart. What happened to this young woman in a vegetative state is beyond horrifying, but they have a child that will get to experience all of these things driving a car hopefully graduating from high school in college. A first day of school. So I tried to take this awful story. And in my wife, and I were talking about this. We put ourselves into the parents of the young woman in a vegetative state and how they feel I don't know how they feel. Well, they're obviously from what we were told they are obviously going to raise that child and that child will be embraced by the family, right? Which is great. I got to tell you. And I think that that if all of us can do this take your child, even if you have an adult child take.

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Former Arizona Governor: Step up and end shutdown!

The Ray Lucia Show

00:25 sec | 3 years ago

Former Arizona Governor: Step up and end shutdown!

"Arizona governor Republican Jan brewer says congress needs to step up and end the partial government shutdown USA radio's Timberg with the story. Moore believes President Trump should hold the line. She also tells Fox News congress needs to understand the public wants them to do their job that people want our borders secure. They want them to work with the president of the United States and taking our country safe. And that's their job. The

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North Korea, Pope Francis and US discussed on Bucket Strategy Investing

Bucket Strategy Investing

00:19 sec | 3 years ago

North Korea, Pope Francis and US discussed on Bucket Strategy Investing

"I'm Mike moss President Trump says the, US and Mexico are the break of signing a new trade deal which he. Says will offer more benefits than the North American Free trade agreement this is something that's very special for our manufacturer is and. For our farmers from both countries for people that work for jobs

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Texas grand jury indicts Larry Nassar, but investigators find no evidence for charges against Karolyis

Mac and Gaydos

03:38 min | 3 years ago

Texas grand jury indicts Larry Nassar, but investigators find no evidence for charges against Karolyis

"A few years ago my former college roommate night would hiking in sequoia national forest in california it's not whitney's located the highest peak in the lower forty eight states we didn't hike whitney but we did do the mountain next door just about the time i'm starting to feel pretty good about my fitness level were passed by a group of wildland firefighters who are doing some training not only were they doing almost double our speed of ascent they were carrying chainsaw shovels and other heavy tools that we weren't we saw them again barely a half hour later on their way back down having already achieved the summit again a lot of respect for wildland firefighters that day and that was years before i would ever attend a journalist firefighting academy wildland firefighters incredibly fit they're incredibly fearless when i use the word fearless by the way i don't mean that they possess zero fear i mean that they fear less than we do a healthy dose of fear helps them do their job safely but the less part makes it possible to face what they face how else could you charge into an area where the possibility of retreat from a two thousand degree unpredictable force of nature is not guaranteed such was the situation the granite mountain hotshots based on june thirtieth two thousand thirteen i was in the comfort of my home office on that sunday five years ago preparing my radio morning show when i learned to the loss of those nineteen men it shook me like few other stories ever have and i say that with more than two decades in the media and having reported from the iraq war i spoke with governor jan brewer on the radio the next day struggling to not only wrap my head around the tragedy of losing that many heroes at one time but also the best way to verbally commemorate them i still haven't found the words to jim sharpe and jamie west weekday mornings at five am for china's morning news on ktar news it is five eleven now police in arundel county maryland reveal more details about the shooter who killed five at a annapolis newsroom yesterday police chief timothy altamaari reveals more about that weapon we've confirmed i think that it was a shotgun used in the incident i would also confirm it was a pump action shotgun it was legally purchased a year or so ago police say the attack was planned and that the shooter had a history of run ins with the law he's already serving decades in prison for sex assault in michigan and now former usa gymnastics doctor larry nassar has been charged in texas a grand jury in walker county texas indicting larry nassar on six counts of sexual assault charges stem from an investigation at a houston area gymnastics training center run by famed coaches belen martha karoly gymnasts have claims nassar abused them there walker county prosecutors stephanie stroud fill certain there are probably others that have not come forward she says no charges have been filed against the but a former trainer is being charged along with nasser alex stone abc news troubles at utah state university in nineteen year old freshman linebackers been suspended from the football team after being charged with raping a woman at a party this is a former player is charged in a separate case with assaulting seven women two fraternity members have played guilty in sexual assault cases in recent years a woman was arrested for extreme dui will leaving salt river tubing with her four children in the car maricopa county sheriff's department says the woman was two times over the legal limit the retold six passengers in the car three of whom were under the age of twelve coming up on five thirteen and this is what we're working on this afternoon the ktar newsroom it's hot and dry out there right now but miracle counties flood control district urges you to start thinking about floods nonetheless ktar's kathy klein has more during monsoon season flooding hit anyone at.

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Governors could be powerless to deny Trump troop request

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:45 min | 3 years ago

Governors could be powerless to deny Trump troop request

"The news watch never stops wbz news time seven o'clock good morning we have overcast skies and thirty seven degrees in boston temperature going up to a high of forty seven today traffic and weather together coming up i'm charlie sherman wbz news our top story four hundred national guard troops from arizona and texas heading to the mexican border in response to president trump's directive the president has called for up to four thousand troops to prevent illegal immigration and drug trafficking we get more from kbc kcbs televisions dave ryan troops will provide reconnaissance operational and logistic support and will construct border infrastructure according to the associated press former arizona governor jan brewer says the guard will be a great help at the border they can be the is in the years of the border patrol they go off and cherry picker type and they can see down the border the governors of california and new mexico have so far not announced they'll participate in the national guard border support mission texas will be sending two hundred and fifty troops by monday while arizona says it's sending one hundred and fifty next week new hampshire governor chris sununu says his state has been contacted regarding the deployment of national guard troops from the grand state to the mexican border and the republican governors office is not saying whether they would comply with the request a spokesman for governor sununu said sending troops will depend on the details of the specific request he is the first republican governor not to publicly take a stand on the plan federal reserve chairman jerome powell says some business executives have begun to express concerns to fed officials about the.

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