21 Burst results for "Jeff Klein"

"jeff klein" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"jeff klein" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"Don't necessarily need everyone to be an agreement on everything in order for the past the last time Democrats have the majority I wasn't there. But they had a bare majority of thirty two which is the minimum number required. Anytime one Senator didn't wanna do something everything got gridlock. So we have now thirty nine or forty depending on what happens with sympathizer in Brooklyn. But that's a huge cushion of seven or eight votes that we can not necessarily need enemy on every say to some centers. Do do what you need to do for your district. I mean that type of thing or it's just a question of as we discussed it as a group if we have thirty five members and four problem those four can vote. No. And it could still pass. We don't need every vote for passage of everything and that's going to give a lot of flexibility to leadership to set the agenda into more detail. What about the relationship? With the governor it during the period when the IDC was in power there were suspicion that governor Cuomo tolerated that maybe even engineered it you in the governor's people had some friction during the campaign over where money was being spent what's the relationship like his progressive self image during the campaign. How solid does that look to you. What do you think that's going to be like this the dynamics between the executive and legislature are less important to me from a personal perspective than what we can get done together. And so there are issues of agreement, and we're gonna move forward together and aggressively and change some of these laws that have been waiting to be to be improved for so long. But that's all that matters. I lived with Jeff Klein of the Senate for how many years at the end of his tenure. There was this deal where everyone came together. And everybody was wondering how I was going to sit across the table from him. And I said I don't care if I like someone somebody if we're on the same page and trying to get things done, then we're gonna get things. On. And whether someone likes doesn't like me is not as relevant as helping the twenty million people who live in the state is going to be the Senate majorities job, maybe in conjunction with the assembly majority to hold the governor to his campaign promises to to keep pulling him left. You know, it seems like he gravitates towards the center is that part of how you you see the new Senate majority job. I mean, there's certainly a bunch of folks who who defeated IDC members who ran on pretty far left platforms. I don't think our job her say's to create some kind of broad desire to pull the governor anywhere. Our job is to get done what we campaigned on. And what people expect us to do on a host of issues. Now, they tend to be progressive nature, and I'm very very progressive in a lot of ways. So if the governor agrees with us who self-proclaimed progressive and self then this'll be very easy, and they won't be much friction if areas of disagreement, we certainly intend to assert ourselves. We're there for reason we're there to be anybody's rubber stamp. And so I think. You'd expect us to stand up and make our case, and they'll be negotiation both with the assembly and the governor, and we'll come to resolution what we'll say is the normal dynamic of Albany has been broken where these semblance Senate are in control of different parties and the playing one off against the other is part of a strategy to keep things from happening..

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"jeff klein" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"jeff klein" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"And even I here to talk about some of the highlights political reporter, Gloria Pazmino, let's start with democratic primary for governor comfortable win for Andrew Cuomo. That's right constable more than comfortable. I would say when for the governor. That was a really big increase in turnout that we saw last night and that delivered for the governor. There were some people who did not think that an increasing turnout would bode well for him. But you know, as it turns out, I think the conventional knowledge in this race proved light. The fact that he is being come bench, then manager and a proven politician, if you will which is part of what he centered his campaign around really helped them, I think people were wary voting for Cynthia Nixon candidate who's never had public office before I think that weighed that large in the race. And you really delivered a big win. He's on track to get the most primary votes in the state for a primary in the state's history. That's huge. We've heard talk of progressive wave governor Cuomo called it a ripple in some ways, though, we did see a bit of that progressive way in wave in the local level in the state Senate races without question the governor tried to sort of downplay the results that we saw down ballot last night as you said he called that's not a wage just barely a ripple. And he. Sort of you know, was was mocking the left wing liberal young progressive wing of the party saying that just because. On Twitter talking to each other doesn't mean it translates into the polls he has a point to an extent. But there's no question that there was a. A huge shift down ballot yesterday. I mean, the entire almost the entire IDC, including its leader Jeff Klein lost era elections. And that is not to be discounted. Komo's going to go back to Auburn to a legislature that looks totally different from what he's had in the past. And that's going to happen. -plication political reporter Gloria has Meena at seven forty eight time for traffic and.

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"jeff klein" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"jeff klein" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"And even I here to talk about some of the highlights political reporter, Gloria Pazmino, let's start with the democratic primary for governor comfortable win for Andrew Cuomo. That's right. Comfortable more than comfortable. I would say when for the governor. That was a really big increase in turnout that we saw last night and that delivered. So the governor there were some people who did not think that an increasing turnout would bode well for him. But you know, as it turns out, I think the conventional mileage in this race proved light. The fact that he is being come bench to then manager and a proven I'll attrition if you will which is a part of what he sent her campaign around really helped them. I think people were wary voting for Cynthia Nixon candidate who's never had public office before I think that weighed that will large in the race. And you really delivered a big win. He's on track to get the most primary votes in the state for a governor primary in the state's history. That's huge. We've heard talk of a progressive wave governor Cuomo called it a ripple in some ways, though, we did see a bit of that progressive way in wave in the local level in the state Senate races without question governor tried to sort of downplay. The results that we saw down ballot last night as you said he called it not a wage just barely a ripple, and he sort of. You know was was mocking. You know, the the left wing liberal young progressive wing of the party saying that just because they're all on Twitter talking to each other doesn't mean it translates into the polls he has a point to an extent. There's no question that there was a huge shift down ballot yesterday. I mean, the entire almost the entire IDC including. Jeff Klein lost elections. And that is not to be discounted. Komo's go back to Albany to a legislature that looks totally different from what he's had in the past. And that's going to happen -plication that's political reporter, Gloria Pazmino six eighteen WCBS. Check,.

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"jeff klein" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"jeff klein" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Few surprises. And even I here to talk about some of the highlights political reporter, Gloria Pazmino, let's start with the democratic primary for governor comfortable win for Andrew Cuomo. That's right. Comfortable more than comfortable. I would say when for the governor. That was a really big increase in turnout that we saw last night and that delivered. So that governor there were some people who did not. I think that an increasing turnout would bode well for him. But you know, as it turns out, I think the conventional mileage in this race proved light. The fact that he is the incumbent to then manager and a proven politician, if you will which is a part of what he centered his campaign around really helped them, I think people were wary voting for Cynthia Nixon candidate who has never had public office before I think that weighed that the large in the race, and he really delivered a big win. He's on track to get the most primary votes in the state for a governor primary in the state's history. That's huge. We've heard talk of a progressive wave governor Cuomo called it a ripple in some ways, though, we did see a bit of that progressive way in wave in the local level in the state Senate races without question governor tried to sort of downplay the results that we saw down ballot last night as you said he called it not a wage just barely a ripple. And he's. Sort of you know, was was mocking the the left wing liberal young progressive wing of the party saying that just because they're all on Twitter talking to each other doesn't mean it translates into the polls he has a point to an extent. But there's no question that there was a huge shift down ballot yesterday. I mean, the entire almost the entire IDC, including its Lear Jeff Klein lost their elections. And that is not to beat. This counted komo's gonna go back to Albany to a legislature that looks totally different from what he's had in the past. And that's going to happen. That's political reporter Gloria Pazmino reporting with us for eighteen WCBS. For.

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Cynthia Nixon Loses Democratic Primary for New York Governor

Morning Edition

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

Cynthia Nixon Loses Democratic Primary for New York Governor

"NPR news and the New York conversation. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. Water rescues are ongoing this morning and parts of North Carolina where hurricane Florence has come ashore it made landfall near rights Phil beach, not far from Wilmington as a category. One storm in new Bern north of Wilmington more than one hundred people have been rescued from their homes. Some from rooftops because of heavy rains and storm. Search gene Hodges is the assistant manager of craven county had a mandatory evacuation was it. If you do decide to stay. We can't promise you that. We will be able to respond to you. So we tried to make that abundantly clear. We're trying to best to to help as many people as we can more than one and a half million people were told to evacuate ahead of Florence in the Carolinas and Virginia

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US, NPR and China discussed on Q

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00:51 sec | 2 years ago

US, NPR and China discussed on Q

"Hurricane Florence is. Now a category. Four storm and is expected to bring heavy surf and high water levels by Wednesday along the southeast coast, embarrass Christopher Joyce reports on the storm's progress meteorologists say Florence continues to strengthen as it moves toward North Carolina and Virginia while it may moderate once it hits the coast, high winds pose a serious threat to life and property. In addition, the National Hurricane Center warns of storm surge that could be several feet high even more worrisome experts say is the potential for the storm to stall once it works its way over land that could drop more than two feet of rain in some places and caused flash flooding hurricane this strong. So far north is rare climate scientists say Florence potential to cause flooding is due in part to a warmer Atlantic Ocean and atmosphere caused by global

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"jeff klein" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

09:50 min | 2 years ago

"jeff klein" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"We continue our series, primarily New York in advance of the New York primary next Thursday. Yes. Thursday September thirteenth one of the biggest questions in this democratic primary season is what to do about eight incumbent New York state senators who many Democrats considered traitors for belonging to a breakaway faction called the IDC which stands for independent democratic conference that faction has helped the Republicans control the state Senate even some years when there were more Democrats than Republicans in the Senate and the IDC members walked off the Senate floor earlier this year rather than vote for an education spending Bill because they're Republican partners opposed this spring. However as progressive heat got turned way up on the IDC in this age of Trump, the IDC dissolved and the members promised to return. Voting for the majority democratic leader. Andrea Stewart cousins as party leader in next year's election, rather than their own breakway leader Senator Jeff Klein and risk giving control to the Republicans again, but many other Democrats questioned the IDC members commitment to that deal and progressive such as mayor de Blasio council speaker Cory Johnson and attorney general candidate zephyr, teach out Pearson gillibrand to have announced their support for various of the former IDC members challengers now, we don't have time on this show to do eight separate sets of IDC related candidate interviews, so we're now going to do one set, and you can decide for yourself in your district. How much of the how much the IDC question should disqualify those who were members versus how much they may be your preferred candidate's anyway with us now Senator maricel, I'll contra a freshman from district thirty. On the west side of Manhattan from hell's kitchen up through Inwood who also has a background and labor issues immigration issues, women's issues was Bernie Sanders delegate in two thousand sixteen and was the first Latino or the Tina district leader in west Harlem, Senator Al Qatar is here first, then we'll talk to her challenger former city council member Robert Jackson from Harlan Senator contra welcome to WNYC. Thank you for having me on your show. So let me understand you got elected to the state Senate as a freshman two years ago, saying you're the voice of progressivism and proud of being the first Latina in the Senate, and you don't vote for Andrea Stewart cousins, the first black woman leader with the majority of the Democrats behind her as a member of the IDC vote for Jeff Klein more conservative white male from a more conservative district did Jeff Klein really represent your values more than Andrea Stewart cousins did. Well, Bryan, thank you for having me on your show when I force run for office. I reached out to the entire democratic establishment in the city of New York. The establishment was not interested in supporting a candidate like myself. I had a prior relationship with Diane Savino came out of labor like I did. And that's how I met Jeff Klein that's another state Senator in IDC member at the time from Staten Island. Correct. So I I met Jeff Klein I run openly as a member of the IDC I voted for jay-paul relationship with when I was running for office. Well, not even meet with me. So ability of my campaign. I drove all the way to adult get during the democratic convention to me with our what's not possible to get a meeting with her to run. I I am proud of my record. I am proud of the work. I have done. I don't think that a year and a half and the IDC race. My entire life work have done over twenty years of work working for labour working for the national action network. And I think it's unfair for you. You know, you're opening statement to paint all about in the same light. And I there's nothing in my record that I'm ashamed forcible sixty three senators and the States Senate Republicans, forty one Democrats, we all came back together in April, and we were still able to any of the progressive bills that we wanted to because there's not we're not a majority. So when you say that. You you weren't getting traction with the mainline democratic leadership only the IDC we're willing to fully endorse you, and they also I understand Jeff Klein's operation gave you over half a million dollars. Many Democrats will say, well, if you against other Democrats, and you lost then you lost and linking arms with this idea. That was empowering Republicans. That's just not worth winning an election. Well, Brian your opinion. Quoting other Democrats who criticize that choice. All right. Well, Brian I come from marginalized community that over for fifteen years. We didn't have feed other table one point eight million Latinos in the state of New York, we should talk about maybe how the Democratic Party should do more outreach and recruit candidates from these communities. Now, many Democrats oppose the reelection of IDC members former IDC members because they don't trust the group to stay with the majority Democrats once you get back in. So let me get you on the record not just for the present. But for next January when this will actually matter if the Democrats win a majority of Senate seats, do you pledge to the voters of your district that you will vote in January for the main line democratic majority leader candidate not as part of any breakaway group for different leader. I am committed. She knows his to vote for Andrea store cousin of the leader of the democratic conference. So you're saying that as a clear statement of intent for January not just today. I support Andrea Stewart cousins. We voted for her when we will win back together in April. So okay. Democrats have this long list of items that they want to pass but Republicans are blocking them like the child victims act to extend the statute of limitations for sexual abuse by priests codifying Roe versus Wade into state law rent law reform, Dale and other criminal Justice reform state single payer health insurance. The new version of the IDC could sink those even if Democrats win a majority of seats. But are there progressive things you believe you accomplished by having that coalition with Republicans even in the past? They were when there were sixty three senators there were some senators, and the democratic majority that didn't believe in abortion. There were senators in the democratic conference not sign onto the victim. Mark I turned onto the child's victim. What I force run for office. I always been pro choice have done a lot of reproductive rights work all throughout Latin America, everyone in the IDC of pro-choice when we brought in hostile amendment to bring the reproductive health are into the floor. We can't do it because we only have thirty one votes so on unless when we go back in January, we have a supermajority a lot of those things are not going to be accomplished because you guys tried to print all of this on the IDC. We couldn't do this because not a single was not gonna vote for any of these things and he was demonstrated. When those hostile amendments were brought to the floor that were members. The democratic conference. I would not pro-choice, and we're not going to vote for this. And we saw this when marriage equality came to the floor. But it wouldn't even come to the floor with Republican control if Democrats have control which would probably take a unified conference than they could bring something like the reproductive health to the floor and forced the debate right correctly. And there is and there is a United democratic conflict. Your opponent Robert Jackson's biggest claim to fame was leading the campaign for fiscal equity lawsuit in the nineteen nineties to get a constitutional amount of education funding for the public schools and in March of this year, as you know, the main line Democrats proposed to add one and a half billion dollars of education funding to helpful fill that funding promises they saw especially to regular public schools, not charter schools, the Republicans opposed that's spending the IDC members walked out of the Senate chamber this year rather than vote with your fellow Democrats against your Republican allies, what should voters concerned with education funding. Make of that contrast between Jackson spearheading the campaign for fiscal equity suit, and you abstaining from the vote to fulfill what they see as its promise. Well, you know, valid for hostile amendment that was brought to the floor, which is supplemental maneuver us to attach it to something Jemaine. So it was not an actual vote..

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Tom Brady, Elon Musk and Tom Frost discussed on WBZ Morning News

WBZ Morning News

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Tom Brady, Elon Musk and Tom Frost discussed on WBZ Morning News

"Enjoyed the rich and the WBZ, book club it was the greatest comeback in, Super Bowl history the New England. Patriots down twenty eight to three in the third quarter staging a miraculous upset over the Atlanta Falcons, and we can all point to number twelve Tom Brady for his incredible performance the new book entitled twelve the inside story of Tom Brady's fight for a demolition by Casey Sherman and Dave wedge takes us inside that historic two thousand sixteen season when Brady returns after his deflate gate suspension. To, lead the team to the amazing season finale which Sherman and wedge do is take us inside the locker room, the courtroom. And, the NFL offices scandal known as Deflategate

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"jeff klein" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:14 min | 2 years ago

"jeff klein" Discussed on WJR 760

"Providing sustainable safe comfortable individual and affordable solutions in a nutshell but what I always think about Jeff Klein When. I think of continental and you is the vision zero. That you revealed years ago years ago you had this vision zero explain that. Again, to our WJR listeners vision Cheerios really are driving vision, for the company and that's ultimately we want to have zero fatalities zero accidents in zero injuries and it's all about that everything we do with the company. Is around vision zero and for us vision zero is in the products it's in the people in the process it's. Just it's the culture in kind, of the makeup the DNA of our, company fail it is a part of, the DNA what a goal and. Once thought impossible to achieve very much, a possibility, now the way we're going well thirty six thousand people still continue to die in the US. Highways every year and that's the reason that we have visions zero, in you know you've been driving chauffeur vehicle the automated. Drive vehicles here we've. Got our first production contract we're, in development, were in, the, execution phase of that we're not moving on. Beyond that to the complete seamless mobility to Execute that vision zero and what a jump from number of years ago. As you mentioned I was in I think it was a Volvo or something and you said try to run, into the back of that. Car and I couldn't and and usually pretty. Good at running into the backs of kirks, but but I couldn't and that was a long, time ago now you've got, this biometric vehicle you've had. It demonstration all week here as I mentioned we're trying. To move into, the complete seamless ability everything from. That personal vehicle driving for all the. Way through the robo taxi electric bikes and in the, entire spectrum of mobility the biometric. Vehicle and really are smart access provides that seamless mobility were a driver, can get into a car the car. Can, be customized in with retinal, scan, with facial recognition with voice recognition with fingerprint we can have different authenticity. Modes to get that driver to the vehicles quickly as, seamless as, possible out of the vehicle, into the next phase. Of their mobility into work every day. And so that seamless ability to biometrics is a big. Part of that Jeff CLYDE with his continental Automotive Systems president of North America automotive divisions and also facing like all of these major good companies that are a damn Bs The talent shortage and even had some of your people on the talent panel if you. Will frankly talking about some of the innovative benefits you've come. Up with, to to become a preferred employer you don't something that we worked on for a long time, I mean it starts with a simple things like providing the basic. Healthcare and the time off and things but we've had to go much beyond that the next generation employee and that's one of the things that one of our top talents Mary Ruben is going to be, talking about on Thursday is how do you work to get the next generation, of employees into our company and they're. Looking to leave their Mark on the world, to leave their market a product to really make a difference now we've got, the, products to do that but you gotta have the, right culture in the company in things like sabbaticals maternity leave paternity leave additional time off Telecommute Masseuses that come into, the, office you know concentrate minute come on Just like radio isn't it guys masseuses do that I'm sure they do that in the in the Fisher, building for, you guys. Every day Yeah But you gotta do stuff like that to attract is something that's really, something and that's what company even on Fridays employs can leave at two o'clock on Friday to get job in the. Summer, yeah in the summer in people have things that they wanna do concierge services pick up your dry, cleaning take. It. Absolutely Is a lot of this influenced by. What has happened on the west coast it is it really is but it's also what the kids are looking for these young generation. In my son she's graduated from Michigan state Pepsi things that they have it's very much similar to what we're doing so it's not just automotive we're competing with all the other industries and. Of course, we've got a, big facility in San Jose and we're learning a lot about what these next generation, millennials really want the other thing that everyone has had to do in the automotive. Industry maybe started a little latest, showing people, just what a great industry it is and how important. The. Industry, is in you know for the techies they never thought of us as a a real techy. Area and, they were, wrong but we didn't do a good job? Until the last several years to, show them the kind of technology that is in fact involved with the automotive. Industry can't say it better myself really we we have so many exciting things in this in this industry that we. Just, don't sell on I mean how many how many things can you work, on that make a difference, in the. World Like saving lives you. Know how. Many different companies, can say the things that we can say about the technologies at work on machine. Vision you know we've got all of the things that. You would find in Silicon Valley or in. The aerospace industry and we, can do it right here and we. Are in Jeff PLA you are at continental and I thank you so much for all you do for all of your family of. Continental and I call them team cli- on my on my show and also for the things you do behind the scenes like being a fine sponsor for years now of our Paul W. Smith golf, classic to benefit, children's charities we really appreciate it it's our pleasure look forward to seeing you well, that'll be Monday I hadn't thought of it somebody else brought up maybe it was. Kurt McAllister Toyota earlier think about good weather and I hadn't thought about the weather doc as we've. Had. Some bad ones you we have we've had some good ones too out of the last fourteen years. And may, this fifteenth, year be one with sunshine Jeff cli- continental? Automotive Systems president of North America Automotive divisions here on WJR at seven twenty three you know what what this is what. It sounds, like when real people find out Chevy's the only brand earned j. d. power dependability awards for cars, trucks and SUV's two years in a row I am so impressed that's great especially two years in a row Chevy stepping up that's for sure at the top of the list Chevy's a name you can trust and this is what it sounds like when those same people were shown all the Chevys earned, those awards Chevy Malibu it's really nice. In here this is luxury I'd get the equinox it's very classy. Technology that's login I. Kinda want to see that Camaro totally has. My, name on it. Had a crush on the. Slow Varotto all the. Bells and whistles you..

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Decontamination continues near steam pipe explosion in Flatiron District

Morning Edition

03:13 min | 2 years ago

Decontamination continues near steam pipe explosion in Flatiron District

"From NPR news in Washington I'm Dave Mattingly the White House says President. Trump was responding to Iran when he warned Tehran not to. Threaten the US here's NPR's Serra mccamman press secretary Sarah Sanders says he was responding, to remarks by Iran's president who warned that going to war with Iran would be the mother of all war Sanders says the president is focused on. Keeping nuclear weapons out of Iranian hands he recently pulled the US, out of, the Iran nuclear deal a deal many US, allies have said is important for reducing that threat the family of the man identified as the gunman, in Sunday night's attack in, Toronto says the twenty nine year old. Battled psychosis and depression for, years police say he, killed two people and wounded thirteen others in the Greek, town neighborhood when he opened fire at an area filled with shops and restaurants. Dan carpenter Shaq has more from Toronto among the dead a ten year old girl, whose name has. Not been made public in, an eighteen year old girl a recent high school graduate the suspect Shooter was also killed, after an exchange of gunfire with police the other victims ranged in age from seventeen to fifty nine all were rushed to hospital Sunday night at least. Three were given life saving operations five remained in serious or critical, condition Canadian, authorities are still investigating a motive for the, attack terrorism has not been ruled out nearly fifty people have been killed by force fires in Greece, I'm David Mattingly NPR news, in Washington And this is morning edition on WNYC in New York at five twenty good morning I'm Kerry Nolan the area of Manhattan's flatiron district where a steam pipe exploded last Thursday is slowly. Coming back to life New York City officials say seventeen. Of the forty four buildings closed after the incident have been reopened to their occupants officials. Expect to open about fifteen more buildings. Today they say they've identified between ten and twelve buildings. That are contaminated with us bestest and are. Still being cleaned most roads and sidewalks in the. Area are now open to the public A group of women who say they've been sexually harassed at the New York state capital a Carling for public. Hearings and, they say forty six, lawmakers have already signed a petition Karen DeWitt reports Leah a bear is former chief of. Staff to former assemblyman, Vito Lopez as a. Condition of employment veto required that I have a romantic relationship with him that I share hotel rooms and even an apartment in Albany Lopez, ultimately. Resigned his. Post over the. Scandal and later died others including Eric of Latimer who has accused former independent Democratic Senate leader Jeff Klein. Of forcibly kissing her, say they are still waiting for Justice attorney general candidate zephyr teach out joined the women she says if she's elected AG she wants a. Permanent, criminal and civil referral to investigate sexual harassment cases in state government mostly cloudy this morning partly sunny this afternoon we'll have a slight chance of showers maybe a thunderstorm with highs in In the lower eighties right now we've got, cloudy skies in New York City and, it's seventy five degrees this is WNYC support for NPR comes from WNYC members and from the George Gund.

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"jeff klein" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"jeff klein" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"But not not ready to that but not dramatically but yeah talk about that but i start with the idc explain what this is i don't think people outside of new york state understand why new york state route isn't as blue and policies as california and it should be and i i wouldn't even say california has its own issue because you know they have a super majority but they also have their own issues but that's has another story i think what you know when i made that responsive i don't think he's f aggressive the ipc is the reason and i'm explaining to you andrew cuomo is the a master at of distraction he gets hit on the press will change the narrative it's very trumpian some trumpian that even on his website it said make new york great again side though they got called out for that yesterday the idc is a group of it's called the independent democratic conference and they've been around in different iterations for several years now but the this generation has to do with a guy named a senator named jeff klein just klein was the deputy leader was the lead of the democrats under a lot of details but essentially the senator was at war with a another senator named like genera and it was a little bit of a turf war in the senate and you know just climb wanted to be the leader of the democratic senate when they turned blue which they did but other people just thought he wasn't the best leader who was divisive and you know some of their shoes policy comes to do with personality so instead the democrats puts into his stewart cousins who is a woman of color very well liked very progressive as the leader but the the issue was i'm sitting all over the place here but this is the main point the issue is that these renegade democrats led by senator jeff klein recruited more democrats and they became the independent democratic conference in the independent democratic conference is not a party old is funded by the independence line or has been funded by the independent into the other party not like independent but independence on they are funded by charter school they're funded by real estate there's something about the same interest as.

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"jeff klein" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"jeff klein" Discussed on 710 WOR

"What cell meetings you know you would and they'll rosenberg and the whole gang of yours well the old days and also rounding out the big three boy it is i love cynthia nixon she is taking no prisoners when it comes to her battle with governor andrew cuomo so yesterday she blasted governor cuomo for man's planning about sexual harassment and for enlisting a lawmaker accused of forcibly kissing a female staffer to combat misconduct against women now this lawmaker jeff klein works with governor cuomo and he was accused by erica vladimir of unexpectedly kissing her while they were smoking cigarettes outside and albany bar following passage of the state budget on april first two thousand fifteen yeah well that would cause someone to get excited oh we passed the budget let out rooney seen andrew cuomo nance planning and lecturing women on sexual harassment i have read about him lecturing andrea stewart cousins that jeff klein is more qualified and understanding suburban voters better than she does despite her being a senator who who oversees the suburbs of west chester listen i you know she's as left as they come she's left ear then you are len but i i just don't like governor cuomo and you know what she's right when she talks about man's blame there's something about the way cuomo speaks he is so condescending he speaks so slowly as if we're all so stupid and he has to take the time so we can follow him so i think she's on to something there where you are in rare form you are labeling people you're picking on people my god no wonder those republican women love love me my speech was really speaking of picking up people the police are once again going after mayor de blasio will tell you what they're upset about when we return plus your next chance at a thousand dollars is coming up at seven.

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"jeff klein" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"jeff klein" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"There's the primary for the state seats that would include cynthia nixon challenge to governor cuomo and all of that happens before obviously the november general election so boy are we going to be voting in new york state this year they've never been able to agree in recent years on the state and federal primary being on the same day the federal primary used to be in september it was too late so yeah there's a lot of primaries and it's not all that easy to register to vote new york state so they often are not well attended but these two open senate seats ruben diaz state senator now onto the city council and then george latimer became westchester county executive he'd beat robust arena so those seats are open and yeah as i mentioned earlier if if democrats win they're heavily democratic districts they'll be thirty two democrats in the majority in the senate and the question is can all those warring factions get together and work as a whole and even with thirty two democrats did they have the votes for some of these things that we haven't even mentioned because they're not in the budget like the reproductive health act that would codify the language of the abortion is us supreme court abortion ruling roe v wade into law and so the hope among democrats is if the democrats control the senate they could they could get some of these kinds of bills passed which aren't even being talked about right now really on any serious level because the margin for the senate republicans are so slim and we assume the ruben diaz special election that's in the bronx so a democrat's gonna win that seat but in westchester it's a swing district and if identified holds that seat the george latimer seat then there's there's even more pressure on the idc those breakaway democrats led by jeff klein to fold their tent and just merge with the mainstream democrats well yes well the current mentioned in passing the the the one roque senator simcoe felder out of midwood brooklyn is you know a very kenny guy and we'll be a very difficult person to to get on board i mean he's zone category he's not even a breakway democrat in the idc he's just a.

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"jeff klein" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"jeff klein" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"I think they have coming out in a week uh it's been a furious run i do think it can take news uh and that long both of those stocks just quickly to follow jeff klein tops line what don't feel like hm that's a really good question um late now i think uh uh disney is not one that i am all over i i think that there are struggling with espn's still they were pushed hard in their uh uh meeting this week that igor help uh with basically the idea that are you going to spin off the s p honor the theme parks so i think without something like that they will be under performer not an old former even as we go into march madness well overseas would you venture overseas stocks bonds currencies i would i actually think the emerging markets a pretty good year one of the reasons is when you're in a booming global economic growth environment nothing's more leverage to that in these emerging market stocks if you can combine that with a backdrop of still relatively low interest rate though i realize they're going up honestly and and that could combine with that uh uh you know a backdrop where you've got a pretty solid um uh human flation pictured actually benefit from inflation rising hyperinflation to deflation picking up a little bit many of them are producers have commodities and team that to win from that would you market can make some sense right to they had a good year last year the might be able to put you of those together with john jane said earlier segment the possibility of something with north korea um you know peace on earth hope springs eternal that helped the stock market you see the same why do you believe it doesn't it matter yeah look i mean we certainly got um ii hope springs eternal shortening it it will be a yet to go up against decades of failure in those talks di did hope for for much like look absolutely geopolitical risk in something that is ever presence in the market players have from time to time i think if investors can feel a little bit more confident that cell we're not going to get another metal alerted to white they'll be some guy jeff klein top job jerry two of.

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"jeff klein" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"jeff klein" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Written material that is supposed to be seen by the president this is the guy that filters all of a sudden this two exwest out of nowhere coming now talk about a concerted effort a concerted take down this is planned this was planned by the other side and now this guy is also needs abuse of an of you listen to what he did what he you don't know that it's true was true how is it is there any law and enact issue this before isn't in isn't in britain where he before you q somebody you have to have the evidence and if you're wrong then you will be you will have to pay legal bills and you will after right loser pays which some people have talked about bringing europe to the legal system here to say anything in this country out you're right and in you it's incredibly unfortunate and i agree with everything he said uh for the last two hours on this affront uh but the the issue is this is the court of public opinion and there is no legal protections in the court of public opinion now unlike some of the other allegations that have come forward about different politicians in different stars in different moguls this has two things that make it that will three things that make a different one is that there's two of these women it's not one unlike with jeff klein incident two is these women are both going on the record with their names and three is this photographic evidence and police reports uh so this is used for all also minister do with your guy's another man woman issue this is not a right husband uh you know white thing mother father is another all you have to do is say to the police oh i was abuse by it's always the and the police have no choice but to write it down so it could be as bogus a gleaming i've been i've been are complied been harassed abused insulted it's been it's libellous defamed bowman nate put it in there and then you're in a court of law i know you're listening you would do the same thing you sitting all whoa whoa none of this is true.

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"jeff klein" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"jeff klein" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Eight eight eight kudlow to now more larry kudlow were talking stops and this remarkable rally which continued miss past holidayshortened week five hundred seventy seven dab points that by the way twenty five thousand two hundred ninety five point eighty seven so there you have it all right we've got that jack parisian chief economist that uc the embassy contributor author of secrets of the trading kraus's and jeff klein tap senior vp and chief global investment strategist at charles schwab um gentz i want to raise a point what happens to the stock market rally when interest rates i'm not talking about the fed fed funds rate i'm talking about longerterm rates 10year treasuries be double a corporate set your longterm rates are going to go up because the economies getting stronger because the tax reform is giving us higher returns to capital and investment so real gdp guys faster a real exchange rates going to rise and um real interest rates are going to rise could chartered from the tips a 10year tips rate inflationadjusted if you like but um jeff fine top back an oath three when george bush got his capitalgains tax cut past ansa mothers the accelerated the income tax cuts we had big upturn in the next twelve to eight t months as i recall the 10year rates when of about one hundred fifty basis points this is a larger tax cut more widespread what happens the stocks when we get higher real interest rates which of course translate into much higher market rates weapons well that pu fit real interest rate history showed that when we're rates go up up the debt and boosting grow go straight earning too so what we see is that duckpin to do very well if we're eighth go up because the way should accelerate without any associated pickup in growth that bad that happened late in economic cycles of.

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"jeff klein" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"jeff klein" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Lot going on besides steve bannon so jeff klein top can we expect more do we got cautious what's your advice i think that uh i think you're right i think it's about optimism over growth and any any earnings outlook larry i mean certainly there's that tax reform afterglow in the markets there's some of the geopolitical risk may have faded as well with north korea green talks with south korea next week silk things to be going well but the big picture that's the real story is the 2018 as this theme growth engine behind it as 2017 did and that's the broadest global economic growth in a decade we've got back to back annual growth in every one of the world's largest 45 economy that's fairly rare that's likely to be the case in two thousand eighteen and we just got the pmi reports probably the tiniest the most comprehensive readings on the global economy and that you showed us that the world economy me entering two thousand eighteen with very strong so just to follow up we we had a economic pickup in growth this past year twotothree percent plus two three three percent plus probably to four b three percent or so um the us trade gap is widening uh because we are growing faster than the rest of the world and i think a trade deficit in this situation is a good thing not a bad thing my question point here is is the world growing because the united states is picking up its own growth as evidenced by you know imports are surging in the us that helps everybody else around the world is that what's going on or do you think the rest of the world is growing in the us is folly i always thought the us.

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"jeff klein" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"jeff klein" Discussed on KKAT

"Lot going on besides steve bannon so jeff klein top can we expect more do we got cautious what's your advice i think that uh i think you're right i think it's about optimism over growth in any any earnings outlook larry i mean certainly there's that tax reform afterglow in the markets there's some of the geopolitical risk may have faded as well with north korea green talks with south korea next week so things have been going well but the big picture that the real story is the 2018 as this scene growth engine behind it as two thousand seventeen did and that's the broadest global economic growth in a decade we've got tapped hit back annual growth in every one of the world's largest 45 economy that's fairly rare that is likely to be the case in two thousand eighteen and we just got the pmi report probably the tiniest the most comprehensive readings on the global economy and that just showed us that the world economy is entering two thousand eighteen with very strong so just to follow up we we had a economic pickup in growth this past year uh twotothree percent plus two three three percent plus probably q four b three percent or so um the us trade gap is widening uh because we're growing faster than the rest of the world and i think a trade deficit in this situation is a good thing not a bad thing my question point here is is the world growing because the united states is picking up its own growth as evidenced by you know imports are surging in the us that helps everybody else around the world is that what's going on or do you think the rest of the world is growing in the us is folly i always thought the us.

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"jeff klein" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"jeff klein" Discussed on WTMA

"A senior contributor for cnbc and our great pow jeff klein tab senior vice president chief global investment strategist with charles schwab i'm jim courier we had a for collapsed rare for a meltdowns people can't take good news what's going on here margaret you don't run don't mostly sunny okay there is one element of it and we you and i have talked with us for many years i think at least part of their stock market rally can be attributed to rate held in organically law that part of the stock market rally is not that healthy but there is a ton of other very healthy part we talked about the possibility of getting a tax reform done by the end of the year and i've said before lapped great that's not the only element in the discussion right fact that if we had a different administration and we'd be talking about additional regulations an additional package the same thing we did for the previous eight years the fact that were just talking about relief is very stock market powder if if it takes another year to get it done whatever i think it greater we're talking about it while i think the president's goals to end the war on business to end the punishment of investment these are very strong goals for every but everybody wins under this town of growth policy but i also a great jeff klein tab i think in what we call the fundamentals of the economy and profits are also pretty good and this is the part that i don't understand why people are suddenly getting bearish i hear a lot of it on the network now look you know little corrections come ago two three four or five cent corrections come and go i have no idea uh you know when why how but i keep your powderdry i mean i say fear not i'm looking at rising you tell me where irama go rising profits rising wages big numbers on the ism manufacturing and non that via have actually looking at cap x starting to show some lie signs even before the corporate tax cuts go through and i don't know the economies pride grown a two and a half maybe three percent so jeff why why so much strict new pessimism every day this past week stocks went up i heard another round the pessimism what's going on here yeah i i don't now i i.

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"jeff klein" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"jeff klein" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"City like new york city the gender balance out as he does it reflect that and i think it goes to the fact that the steps you've put in place to try to achieve more racial and ethnic diversity redistricting campaign finance term limits all that stuff has left city council very diverse in that respect but not of the gender front so the question is you know it are there are the ways the system can be improved to try to achieve more genderbalanced release make it a fairer fight and before we get off a dinosaur grecas he also endorsed mouse all elkhanka for state senate uptown last year despite by her going with the breakaway idc democrats will give control of the state senate to the republicans so is this just dominican solidarity in both cases the as an all counter trumping his interest in a progressive agenda well i i think they do you could point out that mayor de blasio continues to make frequent appearances with mary saw can tear i feel like she shows up at his events constantly and at the subject it's never seems to come up though he though he says that the igc should despair right but he won't actively work for it and jeff klein claims that he has the mayor support and the head of that faction brigitta rolling arise that was at were on the media you know i think it it it was medical hair playing both sides it at fat area in in in two lawers point i think we hear from the mayor that he once and believes and thinks there will be as senate majority it senate democratic majority an coming in the near future and yet he does have these appearances with idc members that you know four policies of his own and allowing them to take some credit for some of these initiatives that he is working on that then raises the question will you know how hard or we actually trying to push this democratic majority as we break down last night's primary results and new york city.

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"jeff klein" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"jeff klein" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Anything else to one two four three three wnyc's for three three nine six nine two or you can tweet just use the hashtag ask the mayor am i right that well let me let me not ask you that i'll ask you this we know the senate republicans wouldn't renew numero console because they wanted a higher number charter schools what role did the breakaway democrats known as the independent democratic caucus led by jeff klein of the bronx playing this failure your here's klein speaking yesterday he as i understand it agrees with the republican position i'm hopeful that we can pick up the pieces renegotiate come back this was the of sossulin uh do the things we need to do the city of new york so he says we negotiate you say pick up the pieces and we negotiate that how much you blame jeff klein in the senate bakili democrats for this if at all i i don't think it's time to assess mullane because uh there's still a way to resolve this i think what's important here and commendable is that the speaker of the assembly carl hasty laid out a very clear uh vision at the beginning of this process and sad uh meryl control education needs to be treated on its own merits uh needs to be seen just the same way as fundamental matters governance are addressed for every part of the state including those sales tax extenders for upstate and income taxes standard for new york city he put it in the same bucket with those fundamental governance matters i think.

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