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01:31 min | 2 years ago

"jim granada" Discussed on KTRH

"Senator Ted Cruz said told foxnews well he better expect to be grilled rod Rosenstein there's a lot of responsibility for being there being complicit in this wrongful targeting and I expect to see very vigorous questioning Judiciary Committee then after taking his testimony could vote on whether to subpoena documents and testimony from top Obama officials as more has been revealed so about their role in all this other work completely distracted we're gonna hear from Amman yeah yeah no better late than never I guess Supreme Court finishing its term and some questions about what's gonna be the future make up this court will president trump get to name a third Supreme Court justice if he does it's not likely to happen before November none of the justices have indicated they'll retire although conservatives are hoping either of the two reliably liberal justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Stephen Breyer will step down Jim Granada was a political science professor at the university of Houston the issue for Republicans was to re balance trying to rebalance always happening and make make the court coracle more middle road or even right of center Granada says one of the biggest legacies of any president is how many justices they appoint to the High Court because their decisions last for years and even decades Weigel speak newsradio seven forty KTRE H. seven thirty eight now hurricane season started on Monday and by the end of this week we're gonna know where tropical storm crystal ball is headed yes it's now a name storm.

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"jim granada" Discussed on KTRH

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03:42 min | 2 years ago

"jim granada" Discussed on KTRH

"Top story this hour of the early voting getting under way today for the November fifth elections and Kediri just close Saunders is live with them for the first time in Harris County voters can vote anywhere instead of they were signed precinct for early voting John Oldham is the fort bend county elections administrator and tells Katie are each county voters will find it works well just like fort bend county voters did eliminated a lot of provisional ballots for people who show up you know it's six thirty in the evening the opener in the wrong place S. return at Oldham says it just depends on what your area is voting for me looking at our Houston precincts thirty thirty five percent prop possibly and in sugar land has some on questions on which may get them up in the ten twelve percent rank in some places it could be as low as five percent early voting runs through November first hours of our very by county you need photo ID in order to vote okay but this is any precinct on election day because early though we've always been able to vote at the early voting places where you take advantage of the early vote go to K. tear H. dot com and Twitter at KJRH news sound off on the subject on our Facebook page as the early vote gets under way there's a new university of Houston poll that shows mayor Sylvester Turner would likely win a run off election against any of the four major challengers Jim Granada with hobby school of public affairs at U. H. says a run off is likely the mayor has a commanding lead over forty four percent so the next closest one is twenty both be at twenty three point four percent I don't know you do the math he has twenty five forty four percent what about that other forty six percent it's going to all the others in the right front he says voters identified flooding is Houston's most pressing problem while crime is second a liberal think tank says a Medicare for all planned is being pushed by twenty twenty Democrats would cost more than what taxpayers are already projected to spend on get this social security Medicare and Medicaid combined urban institute bags the cost at thirty four trillion dollars over the first decade Elizabeth Warren has struggled to explain how it will be paid for class will go up for the wealthy and for big corporations and for hard working middle class families costs will go down Cato institute's Michael cannon is a long time critic of Medicare for all you can't really sustain Medicare is this right now you know Medicare is required a tax increase every four years just to try to keep it afloat and we're still not paying for the entire program because it is thank you so much federal deficit spending to Mrs M. free supporters have to take away choice because they're not confident enough Americans would actually choose it Nick rank of its newsradio seven forty K. T. R. H. most media attention has been on trade talks with China but the trump administration says is that US Mexico Canada agreement that the president has already made it's much more important White House adviser Peter Navarro tells Breitbart news the house needs to vote on U. S. MCA Nancy Pelosi fails to put the U. S. M. C. A. up for a vote this month it will be a signal failure of our political process and an economic catastrophe Nelson Bellator chair the border commerce in security council says there is bipartisan support for the deal especially if you're a member of Congress from the border that understand international trade understand what kind of economic impact that has in these areas it's a no brainer yeah I think about Texas folksy administration says U. S. conducts nearly twice as much trade with Canada and Mexico than it does with China but that's what all the valley who's on China our news time now seven oh six significant damage being reported in north Dallas and eastward after an apparent tornado touched down last night one whole wall of the garage.

"jim granada" Discussed on KTRH

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03:54 min | 2 years ago

"jim granada" Discussed on KTRH

"Story this hour working not remind you about voting yeah we're gonna talk Astros do but voting gets underway today for the November fifth election and here's K. tearing his clothes Saunders live with why you need to know this yeah well for the first time Harris County voters can vote anywhere on early voting instead of their assigned precinct John Oldham is the fort bend county elections administrator until K. T. R. H. voters in Harris County will find it works well just like fort bend did eliminated a lot of provisional ballots for people who show up you know six thirty in the evening of the opener in the wrong place as for turn out old and says it just depends on what your area is voting for we could be looking at our Houston precincts thirty thirty five percent prop possibly and in sugar land has some on questions on which may get them up in the ten twelve percent rank in some places it could be as low as five percent early voting runs through November first hours vary by county you need a photo ID in order to vote okay constitutional amendment so even if you're not voting for some sort of city election there are some things that matter to you should matter to you will you take advantage of this early voting that's our question today KJRH dot com you can also respond on Twitter it K. tear H. news and our Facebook page as always and with that under way today there's a new university of Houston poll showing that mayor Sylvester Turner at least for people in Houston would likely win a run off election against any of the four major challengers Jim Granada with hobby school of public affairs at U. H. says a run off is likely there has a commanding lead over forty four percent so the next closest one is twenty Bosnia twenty three point four percent he says voters identified flooding as Houston's most pressing problem while crime is second does flooding include potholes I thought that was pretty high and like swimming pools are now we know a liberal think tank says a Medicare for all planets pushed by the twenty twenty Democrats as would cost more than what taxpayers are already projected to have to spend on social security Medicare and Medicaid combined Durbin institute bags the cost at thirty four trillion dollars over the first decade Elizabeth Warren has struggled to explain how it will be paid for costs will go up for the wealthy and for big corporations and for hard working middle class families costs will go down Cato institute's Michael came in as a long time critic of Medicare for all we can't really sustain Medicare is this right now you know Medicare is required a tax increase every four years just to try to keep it afloat and we're still not paying for the entire program because it is our thank you so much federal deficit spending cynicism free supporters have to take away choice because they're not confident enough Americans would actually choose it Nick right commits newsradio seven forty K. T. R. H. you know most media attention has been on trade talks with China certainly the walls Wall Street has been going crazy over it but the trump administration says it's the U. S. Mexico Canada agreement this much more important White House adviser Peter Navarro telling Breitbart that the house must vote on US MCA if Nancy Pelosi fails to put the U. S. M. C. A. up for a vote this month it will be a signal failure of our political process and an economic catastrophe Nelson the leader there is chair the border commerce in security council he says there is bipartisan support for this trade deal especially if you're a member of Congress from the border that understand international trade understand what kind of economic impact that has in these areas it's a no brainer administration says the U. S. conducts nearly twice as much trade with Canada and Mexico than it does with China the Congress particularly Nancy Pelosi and the house will not take up the vote our news time five oh five there is significant damage in north Dallas and points east after an apparent tornado touched down there and ran for a long time last night one whole wall.