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"Now back on election night in two thousand eight. I was sitting on the couch watching the news. My career in photojournalism at morphed into a career shooting weddings. Not because. I really wanted that because it paid money. Such is life and so there. I was sitting on that couch. Not working the most historical election night of my life. The crowd is reaching a million in grant park. The anchor said in washington. Tens of thousands of people are gathered at the white house. Some tv journalist explained breathlessly. And i couldn't take it anymore. I looked at the clock. It was eleven. I gotta go. I said to man where she replied. No i gotta go make a picture of something and so a jumped into my car and sped down a sleepy military road. And then i loved myself. Where would i find a parking spot near the white house. Isn't it funny. How logistics can be such a buzzkill aloft. Again you idiot. Forget the white house. Go to the lincoln. Martin luther king marian anderson. I have a dream. I figured there'd be thousands of people just like the white house was a ton of the twenty. Six as i walked up at tv crew was walking away. Nothing to see here. My fellow agenda said to me. Helpfully barack obama's speech from bronco was coming through the radio. My fellow citizens. I stand here today humbled by the task before us. Grateful for the trust. You've bestowed mind-mindful of the sacrifices borne by our ancestors. I felt lanka wounded into a candid camera prank twenty-six very quiet people who gathered around a single transistor radio in the steady drizzle. Not even a mile from where tens of thousands of people were screaming. Their heads off. It was around midnight and was very dark in the rain was fogging things up on my camera. But i'm made some pictures because that's what we journalists do the next morning at six. Am i emailed gone you at the new york times. I think. I wrote something like election night. Lincoln memorial twenty six people in rain in the subject filled to get his attention. Five minutes later. My phone rang. i chuckled. The photo ran the size of a stamp on the op-ed page of the times. The next day better than nothing. I thought then some woman named connie email me i say some woman comically because i didn't know her at the time she has since become a dear friend but back in two thousand and eight two days. After the election of barack obama. She was just columnist. I didn't know saying she wanted to write a story about my picture and she was on deadline so i called her back and some guy named sherritt answered the phone detecting trend here. Connie really needs to talk to you but she's just getting out show. Just hang on a few moments. She'll be here so i talked to share it for five minutes chatting about the election and everything and having no idea i was talking to a united states senator email. My sister woman named connie schultz interview today connie schultz. I love her. She's on msnbc all the time you dingo and connie wrote beautiful column. Everyone was excited for me. The grainy photo of the twenty-six folks in the dark and the rain that i shot for no publication in particular was suddenly gaining traction. My neighbor republican joe crowley loved it. He asked me if he could give some to his colleagues. I made copies. Joe gave them to members of the congressional black caucus he also brought one to the white house event and gave it to the president and that photo got framed and hung outside the president's study for eight years and that's where this story should end except that in two thousand sixteen after donald trump was elected. The new president-elect was invited for white house to by president. Obama and my old friend pete souza took a photo of that man. Sizing up the president's study. Will you see in. The photo is his orange hair as he pokes his head in and his hands on the wall right next to my framed photo. Pete's picture is awesome and that's where this story ends except for today because i've been getting e mail after e mail from people who've gotten their hands on president obama's memoir and in his memoir. He says that my photograph the slightly boring one of twenty six people standing in the rain is his favorite photo from his election night. His what president obama rights. But i worry the my memories of that night night so much else has happened these past twelve years a shady by the images that i've seen the footage of our family walking across the stage the photographs the crowds and lights and magnificent backdrops as beautiful as they are. They don't always match the lived experience in fact my favorite photograph from that nice isn't a drum park toll rather it's the one i received later as a gift. The photograph the lincoln memorial taken. As i was giving my speech. It shows a small gathering of people on the stairs that's is obscured by the dot is behind them. The giant figure shining brightly. Here face craggy is is slightly downcast. They're listening to the radio. I am told quietly contemplating who we are as people. And the ark of this thing. We call
"joe crowley" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Within her carcass between the moderates, and the progressives who have these wings. AOC and her group on one side is I find people like five progressive group more than I'm if aggressive Lesley Stahl, actually, just what she said, they know that we have to go down the middle and Leslie still do they are you sure about that? Because it doesn't seem like she's learning that you can't be friends with your children. That's what Nancy Pelosi's learning. Very good. Right. You can't be friends with the kids. Sometimes you have some somebody has to be the -tarian she we questioned at the time why these young progressive socialist who clearly we're giving the middle finger to to Nancy Pelosi and establishment on the left. Why are they putting such powerful committee testing outside? Pelosi's was just going to say I got he was joining a protest in right in the in the reception area of Nancy Pelosi's office. She gets put on a powerful committee. Why why were these three? Just not put in the back somewhere, given a red stapler and putting the base around. Here we go again, we've got Eos comments about Alexander of Cortez yesterday. Nancy Pelosi saying anyone with dean next to their name could have won her district. Listen to this. She tries to play nice with. But the suggestion is pretty amazing won this election. It wasn't an district. Like mine Alexandria's. However wonder she's a wonderful member of congress. I think all of our God bless her. But those are districts that are solidly democratic this glass of water would win with the next in those districts and not to not to diminish that the exuberance and the personality and the rest of outs, Andrea and the other members. But when I said three that we're talking about three that were getting a good deal of press want, but the forty three districts we want forty three net gain of four. Forty where right down the a glass of water could have one district. That's Joe Crowley thought. Yeah. He's like I gotta run for this thing de next name. So does she for now? But it's democratic socialist. It's going to be very interesting to see this happening. But just remember I keep saying if you hearken back to four years ago, everyone was saying the Republicans were in shambles the Republicans were in fighting the Republicans were divided party. And now are starting to see on the democrat side. I'm just seeing everything deflect really weird. So I take it all very cautiously seven twenty two w a.
"joe crowley" Discussed on Pod Save America
"I mean like, I'm fine with it. It's like first of all saying you're going to do that isn't the same as doing. So I think people should wait to get mad until they're actually a whole bunch of primary running but just talking about this is likely to achieve part of her goal, which is to push lawmakers to the left, and if you think that you live in a liberal district, and you have a member who's too moderate for you the way Joe Crowley was then this is fine. I'm not worried about it was interesting. 'cause I I saw the way it was tweeted about two. And then I saw what it was just again. What a surprise get it. Right. Tweeted about it sounded like AFC was going door to door in the capital in trying to throw people out like you get the fuck outta here. It's town now. And then you realize she did a call with progressive saying this isn't about any one person. This is about you know, this is about electing the kind of people we believe this is like a completely reasonable thing to do. This is the bait we should have Democrats have retaken power now. But a lot of the assumptions Democrats have made over the past decade led to a route of our party this debate. We want wanna have and primaries are in bad. If you're worried about a primary means you're worried about a democratic candidate having to defend the positions they've taken to the party itself. And I am not worried about that. I also applaud her for being incredibly strategic about this. Right. She's again, the key here is challenges. Primary challenges in safe blue districts. She's not going around to some purple red district and saying let's possibly cost ourselves the seat because we want, you know, even that like if again if it's a primary based on issues fine. We already have seen the results of what's happened here in two thousand eighteen there were number of primary challengers, like her that did this, and I don't know. The best democratic performance in a midterm since. Watergate, and we have a party with everyone from Joe Manchin to Alexandria, Kuzma Cortes, and everyone's just fine income, and what it used to be either. Let's not get too worried about the safety of these seats long-term, right? I mean, what happens when a more progressive candidate challenges and incumbent democrat in a safe seat is one of two things either the incumbent wins because the incumbent ends up being pushed to the left on some of these issues or the challenger wins. And either way now we have a Representative who might be for who who might be out there fighting for Medicare for all fighting for green new deal fighting for all kinds of progressive issues. And maybe they might win some of those fights maybe they won't because a lot of the rest of the caucus still is in purple and red states where they have to be more conservative. That's the way politics works. Yeah. It's very strategic one of the things. I liked about it. You know, Trump calls at a swamp thing, I was thinking about is that a lot of DC is kind of like a lazy river and amusement park, you know, and there's just like tubes floating. And basically there are people that have been there for. Ever, and they're just lying there. And they're just like point at the tune they get in this to just ride this river in a couple of circles. And what's exciting love like seeing all the people. We met on the trail whether it was Chrissy Houlahan or Katie hill. Katie porter seeing them like just taking pictures in the hot. It's very much like awesome. It's awesome. And it's but one of the things that's exciting about it is everyone is taking their job very seriously. But they're not letting someone else tell them what the job is. You know? And I think one of the problems Democrats have had is there's just this idea of this is how things are done. This is the way my predecessor did it this way, I'm gonna do it. And what's exciting is in part because Donald Trump became president in part because the party, and the authorities that were saying this is how it's done where so laid low there's this new generation coming Washington and not just showing up not just showing up and trying to learn how things are done..
"joe crowley" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast
"So she's got a lot to play with here. The other thing she has in her pocket is that because Joe Crowley chair of the democratic caucus isn't going to be here next year and isn't going to be in leadership that actually opens up a whole kind of domino effect of additional leadership spots and Pelosi and her allies have been really working very hard to make sure that a broader more diverse group of members getting those jobs to take some of the pressure off of her. So I have to say I watched a little bit of her press conference today. Now, she still is doing this thing where she projects total confidence. Yeah. We want to hear a little bit of how she did that let's hear a little bit of that as anybody type of question this regard. 'cause I'm gonna ask you at once just pop them out. I happen to think. That at this point. I'm the best person for that eventually one two three four five six question. Now, you want to ask about the I'm nervous now. And then she also says she is overwhelming support. I'll have overwhelming support in my caucus to be speaker of the house. She was not excited for us to be asking the question. She knew it was coming new. Yeah. So so I guess my is number one who would defeat her number one number two is is there any doubt in your mind that if she is returned to speaker that the leadership team will look different than it does today. So there is not a really good person on the list, and one of the things that her loyalists have been saying to me over and over because you can't beat somebody with nobody. I think we've heard that we have and right now the only person that's being floated right now is, Marcia fudge of Ohio. But honestly, I don't see how she gets there with the votes. I can't in my mind come up with any combination of. Math that gets her over the bar of two hundred eighteen votes on the house floor. Now that being said somebody else could come to the fore, right? There are so many other options for people who could kind of emerge as as a candidate. But honestly, the really just aren't that many people who have been groomed in prepared to lead in this way? And that's in part by Pelosi's own design, but your Mario right? There will be new people in leadership. You will probably see Steny Hoyer of Maryland reelected to the number two. But from there things really could change you could see a lot of different people coming into the mix Pelosi is making a case about gender saying that women were part of this wave, and that she why would you knock out the this top woman, Marcia fudge, we should say is both a woman and an African American woman, it inoculate, some of Pelosi's argument, but then she was talking about how the rebels who are leading this at the moment are. Mostly men. Yes. There is a letter out there that is rumored to have been signed by seventeen people saying that they would vote against Pelosi on the floor seventeen right now is probably enough to make make it. So that she couldn't become speaker. But when she was asked about that, she I said demanded to know which one of us had actually seen this letter be most people's that they hadn't and then she said, do you know who signing it because it's mostly meant. So there's an issue of gender, and there's the issue of like age, and, but it is this really is this a policy fight though. Or is this just kind of demographics fight? And then those two are can be connected. But are there things that are people pushing her to be more progressive do they feel like she's been too conservative? What is this an argument over policy when she is asked about the whether or not she's progressive enough. The thing she always says, I'm from San Francisco, and that is her immediate response is that she a congresswoman from liberal. She's been excoriated and been made the poster child of of everything that Republican base voters hate about Democrats. Right. So so it's largely not about policy though, there are some policy differences some on the left say she hasn't gone far enough in embracing single payer healthcare in particular..
"joe crowley" Discussed on Examining Politics
"Her name has come up quite a bit. And there is also civic Richmond and other. He's the leader of the Congressional Black caucus and he's from Louisiana. So those names are floating around. But again, Democrats have this big void ever since Joe Crowley of New York lost in that stunning defeat in his primary Alexandria Cortez. He was seen as the air apparent. He was seen as someone who would actually challenge Pelosi and now that person is gone. Democrats are trying to figure out, especially the ones who want to see this change. You're trying to figure out who can step up in your article. You get into different scenarios and basically that it's a numbers game depending on whether or not this Blue Wave really happens. Yeah, that's right. So because Democrats have to win, like I said, twenty three seats to just gain the majority. That is a huge task. It's, you know, gaming fifteen seats as a lot in an election year. So they have to win twenty three if they were to just win twenty three that that'll. Will be difficult for Pelosi to have the votes. We're talking if they gain anywhere from twenty three thirty, two seats. She could endanger because there are according to what I'm hearing from certain members. There are enough of just current members that are saying, we'll vote against her no matter what happens. And so she may not have the votes unless all the freshman coming in support her. And again, we don't know what the composition of that freshman class is going to look like. It could be a majority of people who are against Pelosi or it could be a majority of freshmen that you know support her. And so that's really where Pelosi is one of the best vote counters in our generation. So she is going to know a lot of Capitol Hill reporters. Can't imagine she allowing vote to go to the floor that that could embarrass her. She will know if she has the votes, and if she doesn't. So we have to wait and see how many. Seats Democrats gain. If it's a forty seat game, then she probably is safe, no shortage of drama, Laura. Thank so much more of her article check out this week's Washington Examiner magazine and join us next time for examining politics..
Massachusetts congressional contest mirrors New York Democratic shocker
"It's primary day. Massachusetts. The polls are open in the nation is watching closely. A key congressional contest here in Massachusetts. When progressive candidate Alexandria Mukasey, oh, Cortez defeated longtime. Moderate congressman Joe Crowley in New Jersey in the democratic primary back in June all shifted focus to the seventh congressional district here in Massachusetts progressive. Boston city councillor, Ariana Presley is challenging longtime and equally progressive incumbent. Congressman Mike cap you wanna in the democratic primary? Ben Parker has a preview Mike was elected to congress in nineteen ninety eight. And for the first time he faces a primary challenge. Boston city councillor Presley is looking for a change in the seat and a change in Washington with each day. We're drinking from this fire hose of insult and us all routing in our civil rights our freedoms and protections. Presley says those systematic inequalities and disparities existed, even before President Donald Trump was elected says he goes out of his way to work with everyone. And that in this way. World we have to go out of our way to listen and talk to each other. If we have trouble doing that. If someone thinks they're not being heard that we need to work even harder at that. There are no Republicans running for the seat making the Massachusetts seven hundred thirty nine US house district where there is no challenge from the
"joe crowley" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"Welcome back to our special Labor Day show. We turn now to what's been going on within the Democratic Party where a number of staunchly progressive candidates have challenged the establishment and one that includes New York City's Alexandra. Oh, Cossio Cortez when a major upset upset beat democratic caucus chair, Joe Crowley. And Florida's Andrew gillum who notched a stunning primary victory just last week despite being vastly outspent. But that said we have largely not seen the sort of anti establishment fervor among Democrats that the Republicans experience when the tea party rose in two thousand ten here to help me understand what's going on MSNBC legal analyst and senior vice president for social Justice at the new school. My Wiley New York Times, investigative and political reporter, Nick compassi, and Danielle moody mills host of woke a f- on Sirius XM. So I think a lot of people that first of all, there's two sort of layers here, right? There's the tea party model, and I think people forget just how many incumbents got knocked off by prior voters in the. In the Republican party that year, that shocked everyone. I mean person after person, after person who was happening all the time, we're not seeing the same thing in the Democratic Party this year. And yet we are seeing a lot of ferment like, how would you characterize characterize the ferment is about a retrenchment from all the progress we've made in society to make it fairer and more just which the primary barrier to fairness and Justice has not been the Democratic Party. So the tea party battle was really to make the Republican party more conservative. In this case, it's about the party continuing to be able to be responsive to the people of the United States of America, which also recognizes that those people look like the people from the world. So that's one big thing. It strikes me that we're seeing we're seeing particularly in the candidates and the ways that for one time there's a mismatch between the leadership and political classic democrat party and the voters Democratic Party was that it was what more male and much wider than the actual voters. And we're seeing that gap shrink. I think that that's the most exciting thing that we could get out of the Donald Trump. Election is the fact that he has energized people who look like me..
"joe crowley" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"You had an opportunity to bring together the nation and you instead came under fire for the way the flags were again, raised after just about twenty four hours the way that you didn't come out immediately and share your thoughts about this fellow Republican who ran for president this Vietnam war veteran, and he he just very calmly said no, no, I don't think I did screw it up. He said, I've done everything that they asked me to. He feels like he's being very accommodating. He offered brace. He said, he thanks John McCain for our for our. Country. So again, he he just he, the entire interview was like that it was. It was all Trump defending himself. He's, he's embattled, prosecutor closing in. He might lose the house. He's there's possibly an impending trade war. Escalating with China. There are all these problems. He's embattled and he just repeatedly would tell us over and over with extreme confidence that he just made this great deal with with Mexico. He's corralled Mexico. He's about to make a deal with Canada. He told us, he, he just sees every point. He said, you know, I ran regime is barely surviving. Thanks to his leadership that he expressed extreme tolerance and patience for North Korea that he feels like he can wait them out until they nuclear is. So he said he could see around corners, predictive huger. He's delighted with the democratic candidates. He's running against everything. Was this sunny picture which some people will see is overselling and overconfidence and other people will see strength who knew early adapter according to your interview to Alexandria. Cossio. TEZ said he saw on TV thought she was star in new Joe, Joe Crowley was gonna lose, but it is extraordinarily we should say, again, as we pointed at the top of the show that John McCain's memorial service at the National Cathedral tomorrow in Washington, there will be to president speaking, neither of whom will be the sitting president United States and that at the request of Senator John McCain, that the president of the United States stay away from the funeral. We have these new polls, promise new national polling release just moments ago, shows disapproval of President. Trump's job performance reached a new height, the news, Washington Post poll found just thirty six percent of Americans approve of the president's job performance with sixty percent disapproving. Meanwhile sixty three percent of Americans support special counsel, Robert Muller's investigation of Trump and his associates, and only twenty nine percent oppose that investigation. The poll also asked about the allegation that President Trump directed Michael Kohn to pay off women. If true, six, ten of those polls. I'd say Trump committed a crime. Asked if President Trump try to interfere with the Muller probe in a way that obstructed Justice fifty, three percent say he has obstructed thirty. Five percent say he did not. And on the president's convicted former campaign chief Amir, eighteen percent thing Trump should pardon? Paul Manafort sixty six percent of Americans polled say he should not Phil Rucker. These polls come from your newspaper. What jumps out at you this morning? What jumps out is there's a clear majority of Americans who are guarding against President. Trump's efforts to influence the Muller investigation to perhaps get rid of Jeff Sessions to to show his influence than the department of Justice again, and again, and again, they're disagreeing with the president. The president has spent all summer trying to discredit Bob Muller with the tweet storm with the public relations campaign by Rudy Giuliani, his lawyer, his lawyer, rather and yet almost two-thirds of the American people support them all investigation. The president is thinking about getting. Rid of Jeff Sessions. The attorney general almost thirds of the American people think he should not fire Jeff Sessions and almost half of the American people. Forty, nine percent think congress should begin impeachment proceedings against President Trump. That's a pretty striking number two and joy spans with the onslaught of news and developments in this presidency. We need people like you to help us understand it, but it is still hard to compute. It's hard to keep up with what do you make of these numbers? The numbers are very interesting because they'll influence one half of this equation, the political half of the equation. We know that congress won't act until they feel that level of need and support from the people that elect them. And other reality that we face in this investigation is still extraordinarily unlikely that the special counsel Robert Mueller will break with DOJ practice and indicted sitting president. So this political portion of this..
There are more suicides in US and Mexico when the temperature rises
"Policy might help Sanchez especially if Democrats failed to take back the house November the job opened up after the current caucus. Chair congressman Joe Crowley from New York lost to a twenty eight year old, Latino activists in. A primary. Election upset last, month for the California report I'm Scott Schafer the warming climate make, Harry a, snow Leaky effect on mental health that's according to researchers at two bay, area universities who. Say hotter temperatures raise the risk of suicide here's QB's Molly Peterson going back to the eighteen hundred scientists sociologists and. Poets all noticed, more people die by suicide in spring that's caused other researchers to wonder if. Warmer. Temperatures are the reason why Stanford's Marshall Burke studies earth system sciences he and colleagues. At UC Berkeley mast decades of temperature records and death records for the US and Mexico they found that when temperatures rose about two degrees Fahrenheit deaths by suicide rose by about one percent even a one percent. Effective multiplied across many people, in in the United States implies a very large, additional health burden from increasing temperature the study doesn't suggest, that, hot temperatures cause people to harm themselves and Burke stresses that suicide, has other larger and well documented risk factors but based on this data. And on global models this team projects that of climate Change continues unchecked until the middle of this century hotter temperatures, could cause at least twenty thousand additional deaths, that sounds like an abstract. Statistic but which you think of that as. Individuals in individual, families that are going to be fundamentally. Affected by this if, temperatures increase Burke says air conditioning and, wealth don't seem to limit the link between hotter temperatures and suicide. So as climate changes he expects the risks of heat to human health will keep rising for the California report I'm Molly Peterson let's continue to consider heat but look at someone who thrives in it last night fifty. Seven year old Shannon Farrar grief started running bad water this is the punishing one hundred thirty five, mile Oltra marathon that goes from bad water basin in death valley to Mount Whitney the temperatures can get as high as one hundred. And twenty degrees and it's not just the run for our grief was diagnosed with MS in two thousand six she spoke with Polly Stryker. People don't know what they're capable mentally and I, think people are afraid of failure So they don't attempt to. Go out and see what they're made up like I always say, at mile eighty when everything's falling apart okay Shannon let's see what you're. Made of and that's when I have to tap into my. Soul And pulled out every little. Bit of strength I have whether it's emotional or physical or mental or all, of the, expect I feel blessed to be here three years. Ago when I was on treatment you know on a. On a? Respirator machine in the hospital I think I would be ear marked here valley here how? How what, do you tap into mentally when when you feel like you just can't. Go on I honestly I run for several charities and up, until I was diagnosed with MS I was running for children with cancer in children with autism and they're always beat at one kid that would come up to, me and one time when I, the two hundred ninety two miles sibling comes up to me she. Lost a leg to cancer, and. He had this little superman shirt. On his name was Michael and here this little crunchers Shannon still, running those crazy races those fifty hundred. Mile races I said yeah he said where they always asked where do you, go to, like where were you and they're like where do. You have age along the way he goes when do. You see? We sleep when you're kind of what's hardest part like usually mile eighty 'cause I am? Telling this, little boy lots of right to cancer mile eight echo everything hurts going..
Ex-N.Y. state university official found guilty of bid-rigging
"The former head of suny polytechnic college mastermind of the governor's upstate economic development programs guilty of bid rigging when he helped steer lucrative contracts for projects to favor developers the decision comes after just over a day of deliberations three upstate developers were also found guilty of participating blair horner with the reform organization new york public interest research group says it's another in an unbelievable series of scandals that have rocked the state capital i think it underscores serious problems in the way that the government gives out state contracts warner says it's stunning that governor cuomo and the legislature have not responded by changing the laws to prevent similar corruption in the future a candidate who lost the democratic primary in new york's fourteenth congressional district is still on the ballot for the november general election representative joe crowley remains the nominee of the working families party despite losing the democratic nomination in his queens and bronx district last month john conklin of the new york state board of elections says there's only three ways for crowley to get off the ballot line it's deaths disqualification or a declaration the declaration period though during which crowley could have declined the workings family party nomination pass back in april a working family spokesperson said the party suggested that crowley leave the race by running for another office that he'd be likely to lose according to the spokesman the practices legal but crowley refused the offer tweeting that he considered that fraud do expect sunshine today highs near eighty seven degrees tonight mostly clear lows around sixty nine and a nice weekend mostly sunny tomorrow saturday warmer highs near ninety with a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms on.
"joe crowley" Discussed on AM Joy
"First rule in politics is asking people to vote for you if you don't ask them why should you and so i guess miley advised to someone like a connor lamb or the young woman that we're about to have on or anybody else running for offices if you don't ask people human beings to vote for you why the hell should they quote get off their asses donald trump says and go vote for you that doesn't mean you have to be a trump person or a liberal democrat or a conservative democrat in the end i don't care what your politics are i just care that you actually care about other people and you'd know how to go get off your butt vote trump is right about this that this idea that the democratic party is divided is simply not true there is a lot of buyer's remorse out in america i'm in south carolina i've seen plenty of it down here people that voted for donald trump who now regret that vote and won't to have an alternative but there's the problem there the election of donald trump is not until twenty twenty we have four months until we have the next election where all these people running and so my only advice to them would be get off your butt go vote but ask to asked if your candidate just get someone out there pay knock on doors will you vote for me joe crowley is a friend of mine joe crowley lost that race joe crowley lost that race for several reasons the first and foremost reasons he wanted them shane and thought the machine was going to turn out for him what did she do she not doors and she had a cadre people out doing exactly the same thing asking for their vote and she won all right well i'm gonna very she's going to be the yes what is this just ask for the vote it's just i'm giving everyone one hundred dollars you see how generous i am one hundred dollars to spend on your next campaign how much do you spend.
"joe crowley" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson
"Ballot box so stop confusing us with the people on your salary out you know the crazy nut jobs that actually shoot at the white house oh yeah when a black president is there but charles say nothing about that because well he was a progressive yeah you know what i'm saying so please please please at this is vocabulary and yovany nakiele and they want to steal it don't let them just have it because you hate on maxine reclaim your damn time do you get with on say claim that shitting don't let her get away with it yes oh auntie maxine that's why we like target practice this is what i want bring to everybody's attention you didn't bring the election it happen in new york so i wanna make sure everybody very where that twenty eight year old alexandria alexandria a cost ear kotecha's displaced one of the most powerful democrats in congress joe crowley a congressional seat and new york now the reason i pissed i've been telling you this for two years almost three years i have been telling you this almost three years i've been telling you they are organizing socialism marxism in our communities i am i have told you that while you follow it matt affec at framed is whole show around not following bouncing balls so that i can make sure you were always tuned in to what was being spread around the american people wouldn't shoot i have warned you custody time after time after time after time about our revolution the group that is headed by both nina turner and bernie sanders bernie sanders is their poster child this is a grass roots organization they are on the ground they are imple trading colleges they they are going into inner cities they are going into impoverished areas they are spreading their ideology and they are doing it on challenged do you understand me they're doing it unchallenged now i brought it up in perspective of talking about the black community and how they are trying to infiltrate us now i want you to look at the democratic socialist groups those aren't black people doll those are your nieces and your nephews those are your sons and your daughters your cousins and they're all big taught that democratic socialism which is just so so as them don't get it twist it as a palatable ideology to be practiced in america that here in america where has failed everywhere else in the world here in america and is going to be successful okay people are happy and cited about this new name that they've given it as bull shit and funny part is i've been wanting you about this for two years now it pops up because servative response is to ridicule and laugh this is not funny at this particular point on not only nut funny but a lot of our talking points are pretty widely accepted at least as far as these marches are concerned i mean she has been the one who organized the marci thing though here's the thing though 'cause servative look at what is happening with trump winning winning winning okay they look at what is happening and they look at the disarray in on a democratic saturday out and they say to themselves they're imploding there you know what i'm saying going to rip themselves apart we're we're in good shape we're in good positioning this is how your experts are thinking right now right this is how your experts are rationalizing this in their minds right now now you have a few of them who are at least perceptive enough to say the democrats have not been in this position sister nineteen twenties where they had this politically since the nineteen twenties at least some of them are willing to admit that now has the part about being smart big smart means you'll take the next thought after they were in shambles the democratic party was in shambles in the nineteen twenties whopping next an economic downturn along comes fdr he creates a brand new coalition for the democratic party they get the new deal passed bill maher just say that he was looking forward.
Collins would oppose Supreme Court pick with Roe v. Wade 'hostility'
"The first morning news seventeen w o r five oh five eighty one degrees already as you just heard stage i talk about the high will be in the mid nineties today and this will be the fourth straight day with the highs in the nineties including yesterday when it felt like it was close to one hundred new yorkers gathering at public swimming pools the city in order to try to cool off swimming yeah i think he's perfect today to go to the book of the really high fifty burning up i love to have a no one contest stan i like doing that as well another ninety degree day coming up tomorrow and then temperatures as we heard from ray stagich will start to slip into the upper eighties for the rest of the week president trump is predicting a vicious fight over his supreme court nominee he'll make an announcement about his choice a week from today saying he's still interviewing finalists trump was asked by maria bard aroma the fox business channel if the stance on roe versus wade was a dealbreaker are you going to ask your nominees beforehand how they might vote on roe versus wade well that's a big one and probably not they're all saying don't do that you don't do that you shouldn't do that but during the campaign trump promised to overturn roe v wade and all the justices on his list are opposed to abortion republican senator susan collins tells abc's this week that could cost the nominee her vote candidate for this important physician who would overturn roe v wade would not be acceptable to me because that would indicate and activists agenda that i don't want to see a judge have collins says there are people on trump's list that she would not support meanwhile president trump has a warning for us allies in trade negotiations here's correspondent chuck silverstein president trump says he won't finalize any north american free trade agreement renewal before the november midterm elections phillies going to be fine and the reason is because if they're not fine i'm going to tax their cars coming into america and warning protesters of his policies i hope the other side realizes that they better just take it easy they better just take it easy adding with nothing specific says probably never been a base in the history of politics in this country like my base i hope the other side realizes that they better just take it easy on fox business channel chuck sivertsen abc news alexandria cossio cortes who upset congressman joe crowley in a democratic primary says other incumbents could be vulnerable she spoke to nbc's meet the press well i think that there are a lot of districts in this country that are like new york fourteen with that have changed a lot in the last twenty years in his representation has not and it's not to say whether someone should be voted out or voted in but i think it definitely speaks to perhaps us evolving in our messaging and at least how we do things so i think that you know i do think that there are a lot of districts in america that are like new york fourteen gorgeous her district has changed a lot in the reason years and she says crowley didn't spend enough time in the community listening to constituents there's outrage in brooklyn over the police response to a deadly shooting saturday in bushwick a woman who called nine one one to report the shooting onto kanter avenue says two officers responded to the scene but then didn't get out of their car the shooting victim fortythreeyearold robert fazon died in the shooting two officers have now been suspended while the nypd investigates the brother of john says they should be fired the memorial continues to the bronx for a teenager brutally killed in a machete attack by gang members w o r sue guzman the march and vigil was held last night for the sandra junior guzman felice from the bodega where he was slain to the site of the new mural created in his honor justice junior's mother leandra felise says her son will never be forgotten the mural was created by artists chris pirate who organize the march dubbed stand with junior gustaf was killed by members of their trinitaria gang in what police say was a case of mistaken identity i'm sue guzman for seven ten w o r new jersey governor phil murphy has officially signed a new state budget the.
"joe crowley" Discussed on Part of the Problem
"Goals you may get a little resistance from donald trump because he said in one of his tweet said wow big trump hater congressman joe crowley who many expected was going to take nancy blows place just last is primarily action in other words he's out that is a big one that nobody's out happening perhaps he should have been nicer and more respectful to his president so i ask you alexandria 'cause courts has are you going to be nicer to the president well you know the president is from queens and with all due respect half of my district is from queens i don't think he knows how to deal with girl from the bronx thank you so much for meeting regulate thing zebra puzzle cortez everybody for poor borough people are so proud of being from the bronx yeah really a lot of pride to it sure does sure does hey listen nothing against the bronx i like the not looking to get mugged but i think donald trump is probably dealt with some girls from the bronx before probably paid him about one hundred fifty bucks an hour and then signed a nice nda with them but i you know it's all easy for a lot of these people say oh trump doesn't know how to deal with me doesn't know how to deal with me but every politician who's gone up against donald trump seems to be you know laying in fetal position crying somewhere so we'll see but anyway i don't know you certainly can see why this this lady has a bright future and she she's she's very charismatic she's very attractive she's young she's a woman of color and she's got you know these democratic soc alist views so by i could see you're having a bright future but it really is it's amazing and it does speak to something about our our society and it's funny that it was such a criticism of donald trump throughout the entire election where it was like well he doesn't really have any understanding deep understanding of ideas which i i agree with and they'd say like well it just shows how kind of like shallow voters are and that you know he just kind of says will win i'll bring jobs back you know what i mean it's just kind of like this empty rhetoric but then you see what it's combated with on the other side and you like all of this is just nothing it's all just i mean man it's really unbelievable how anti intellectual our world has come to the point that an idiot like me can have a podcast where he's making great points that's how dumb you all are that i'm up here somehow but it's like you know you think about know and to people neither of whom on a big fan of but you think about like firing line with william f buckley debating gore v dal and now it's like this chick and trump going well you're from queens and i'm from the bronx so don't mess with the bronx and i don't think people should be homeless and trump's like i think we should win we should bring jobs back like what is any of this what is any of it it's a crazy world we live in.
"joe crowley" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
"Stand on this show today i promise all right let's get into it we're going to start by having each of our guests describe how the week of news felt for them in just three words audrey you're up first my three words are not all same okay so a couple of news items kind of set that off for me the first one being alexandria oko cortez who won the democratic primary in new york's fourteenth congressional districts ousted joe crowley and a big upset with this we think margin of victory for her to yeah and it was this incredible grassroots campaign and would i were really surprised me and probably surprised a lot of people before this she wasn't organizer for bernie sanders and that kind of up ends a little bit of the narrative of who supported bernie has a lot of the times when we think about bernie we think about the burning bros a very specific population but that goes back to i think look minorities groups of people we're not monolithic so many regards politically whether it's the right or left there are shades no pun intended of our beliefs and where we stand 'cause she ran as a demo not just denver but democratic social and her platform was extremely progressive she was lobby gator is lobbying for the abolition of ice which is immigration and customs enforcement she wants a medicare for all free college free college like she's out there and she breaking bernie viewpoint she didn't back down from those stances and it paid off for her you know i am a little wary about people who say that this is probably a seachange for the party she wanted in a district it's incredibly progressive in the bronx and queens half immigrant the rest of the country everybody doesn't look like that exact match or that you'll see cortez's across the country come this all i'm really interested in is what is court has made for cynthia nixon in the state of new york cynthia nixon may now have a chance we should say the folks who she is oh yes she's running for governor of new york so maranda random city now is making the governor governor cuomo really scared of his kind of position as governor and what his future looks like the election comes out of the pipeline i think the one thing that i can draw from cortez's win this week is that in the blue states in the blue districts trump being president has made those parts of the country even more blue even more strident even more left and that energy in net rage in some places will probably manifest itself strongly remember my three words also i think can go the other way not all same there was a story that made them waves pun very much intended because it comes from the surfing world which i covered now and again there was recent upper over this contest it's the bleed pro in south africa it was a junior contest sponsored by a surf brand called billabong and there was a picture of the two winners are eighteen and under these are young surfers there was the they were holding up their checks right so there's a boy and a girl how much checks so the boys was double the okay but your wit we didn't think this was like set off some waves you know couple tidal waves no but here's the thing this has been going on for a long time surfing at its most elite level operates on what's called p parody pay parody is not the same as pay equality what's the difference so pay parody is equal pay for work of equal value so what that means in a contest situation is the men's contest or the boys contest whatever you wanna call you both is literally double the amount of surfers athlete as as the women's in the girls contact and that affects so pay is warning so this is different from equal pay for equal work we'll just hearing you talk about this it's one of those instances where no one person set out one day and said i wanna be sexist against women surfers it just kind of happened that way and it's systemic and i think that like when these problems are systemic and structural and if it's been around because that's the way it was it's really hard for any one person to take agency and say stop it and women's surfing especially with.
"joe crowley" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show
"Democrat party so here's nancy pelosi and the reporters are saying gene you guys are getting kinda young in progressive aren't you and she slaps him down listen to this they made it to simone district so let not get yourself caraway's an expert on demographics and the rest of that within the caucus or outside the caucus we are again we have an array of genders generations geography and the rest of pinon in our caucus and we're very proud of that the fact that in a very progressive district in new york it went more progressive than joe crowley is a progressive but more to the less than joe crowley is about that district it is not to be dude as something that stands for everything else are we excited about another generation of people coming into the congress i'm particularly excited that so many women are running across the country because when i came to congress usually people had raised their families or john something else before they came the men were gonna average ten years younger when they came and now we have women stepping up earlier weighing home and work in a way that is going to benefit all of the american people so that's nancy pelosi lying saying don't worry we're not becoming communist and here is the lady who actually won alexandria 'cause you'll cortez saying yeah no we are going communist that we're in the middle of a movement in this country i feel this movement but that was going to happen from the bottom up that movement is gonna come from voters there are a lot of really exciting races with extremely similar dynamics as mine it's not just one district you look at it look at i on presley in massachusetts same exact same exact situation so so here's the thing though nancy pelosi seventy eight you are plenty we can do the math okay so steny hoyer image the minority whip seventy nine jim clyburn seventy seven okay is that going to stay that way can someone like nancy pelosi and this isn't about her as a human being this is about the leader of your party when it comes to congress is time for new blood younger blind now i think i do think that that we do need to elect a generation of new people to congress on both parties you know i think that some of the issues that we even have today may have to do with some of the calcified structures and relationships and you know in certain seats where it's appropriate i think that that a new leaf can actually mean a lot of opportunity for the party and our future so the old lady pelosi is saying yeah we're not going communist the look new face of the party is saying oh yes we absolutely are absolutely going socialists this is the way it's going so all of this stuff has put the democrats at odds with the norm you know i mean this is not a socialist country not yet anyway still it's still alive it's still you know a believes in freedom and still believes in capitalism all the things that have made this country greater still in operation they're always under threat but they're still in operation and i think that it is because the democrats have lost touch with the whole middle of the country the entire middle of the country that they have to rule by fiat they have to force things down our throat and when they lose the power to do that through the.
"joe crowley" Discussed on Today, Explained
"K steiger you run election coverage here vox there were primaries in five states this week but everyone's talking about one st and one race what happened tuesday night in new york representative joe crowley who is a top democrat in the house he's the number four democrat in leadership he lost to alexandria casio cortez we begin with a stunning upset that has rocked the midterm elections democratic congressman joe crowley was defeated last night right here in new york city by twenty eight year old alexandria cossio portas remember her name she is a first time candidate and it's it was a shocking win because she had run this super grassroots campaign and he basically wasn't expecting a strong talent her at all he's been in office for ten terms he first came into congress in nineteen ninety nine this is actually the first competitive primaries ever run this easy seismic upset obviously the upset of the season he was sort of appointed by his old boss in one thousand nine hundred ninety two seat so he has sort of been in congress a really long time but never really had to run a real race what's the district that they were competing so this is a district in new york city which spans parts of the bronx and parts of queens which if you've ever been to parts of the bronx and queens you know that it's a place where there are a lot of people of color joe crowley isn't irishamerican nothing against irish americans but a lot of people sorta said he's not a great demographic fit for district so i think it's about seventy percent people who lived in that district so how important was the she was a super young latino i think that was super important to a lot of people one thing we've seen happening elections across the country is we've seen a ton of women standing up and saying you know what i want the government to look more like me and she's just one of those people who has sort of stood up and said i want the government to represent me and i think it should include people like me who is alexandria oh cossio cortez yes says she's a bronx native her mom is puerto rican and she's twenty eight when i'm assuming she is elected in november will be the youngest woman ever elected to congress incredible she's also a sort of a card carrying a democratic socialist she's a member of the democratic socialists of america she ran on things like medicare for all she ran on things like abolishing ice she ran on things like a federal jobs guarantee and housing is a human right so she's definitely a very progressive person and she's just very dynamic speaker she's great to listen to this country home in this country proof that when you knock on your neighbor's door when you come up with love when you let them know that no matter your stance you weren't there for them that we can make shane and she had sort of this viral campaign video when she was first introducing herself to her district what was the video like the video is kind of amazing to watch it was created by some of her colleagues in detroit by a company called the means of production but she introduces herself and the case she makes for herself in the video is that this wasn't in the plan women like me aren't supposed to run for office i wasn't born to a wealthy or powerful family but i am running for office and here's my case and i really want you to think about me as a serious candidate even if i don't have the money she actually says in the video this race is about people versus we've got people they've got money how much did these two candidates platforms differ yes i would say.
Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy says he's retiring
"Tim maguire within ap news minute supreme court justice anthony kennedy's decision to retire provides president trump with a chance to cause a major shift on the court george washington university constitutional law expert jonathan turley anyone who even slightly more conservative than kennedy could have cascading impacts across a dozen area areas of law trump says he's already begun the search for kennedy's successor and senate majority leader mitch mcconnell says vote could be expected in the fall a hit and run driver smashed into five people including two children riding in a pedicab today along san francisco's waterfront hospital official says a man is in critical condition they're still looking for that driver man's plan to take videos up the skirts a women and massive madison wisconsin was when his shoe camera exploded police chief mike kovalev says in a blog the man wasn't arrested because he hadn't taken any videos before the cameras battery fizzled i'm tim maguire russia's prime minister is calling for tariffs on us imports in response to duties that washington's placed on foreign steel and aluminum dmitry medvedev has told the ministry of economic development to make proposals his statement comes amid increasing concern president trump's tariffs would set off a global trade war the prime minister says the measures have the discriminatory character and they can't remain without consequences it was a stunner in new york's democratic primary incumbent congressman joe crowley is been upset by newcomer alexandria ocasio cortez in the fourteenth congressional district victory belongs to every single grassroots organizer every working parent every mom every member of the lgbtq community every single person is responsible for this is in his tenth term and is the fourth ranking democrat in the house but this is the first time in fourteen years he's been challenged by a member of his own party and despite the solid liberal voting record and out raising ocasio cortez by ten to one margin stumbled on the campaign trail i know but the people of fourteen farmers i respect this thanks to new york one for all of the audio ocasio cortez is a latino activist and member of the democratic socialists of america and so she brings an urgency to the.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez demonstrated the power of young women in politics
"Is ridiculous russia's prime minister is calling for tariffs than us imports in response to duties that washington's placed on foreign steel and aluminum dmitry medvedev has told the ministry of economic development to make proposals his statement comes amid increasing concern president trump's tariffs would set off a global trade war the prime minister says the measures have a discriminatory character and they can't remain without consequences it was a stunner new york's democratic primary incumbent congressman joe crowley has been upset by newcomer alexandria ocasio cortez on the fourteenth congressional district victory belongs to every single grassroots organizer every working parent every mom every member of the lgbtq community every single person is responsible for this is in his tenth term and is the fourth ranking democrat in the house but this is the first time in fourteen years he's been challenged by a member of his own party and despite a solid liberal voting record and raising ocasio cortez by ten to one margin stumbled on the campaign trail we wanted the people of fourteen district farmers focus i respect of this thanks to new york one for all of the audio ocasio cortez is the latino activist and member of the democratic socialists of america says she brings an urgency to the fight for working families crowley says he expects her to win when she faces republican anthony pappas in the november midterms polio is now helping doctors to fight deadly brain tumors doctors say survival was better than expected for patients in a small study who were given modified poliovirus they say it helped attack the cancer it was the first human test of this and it didn't help most patients or improve median survival but many who did respond seemed to have long lasting benefits about twenty one percent lived three years longer versus four percent and a comparison group of previous.
Late-night hosts Fallon, Colbert and Conan team up in response to Trump rally
"And more this election is ridiculous japanese space probes kicked off a first ever experiments to blow a crater into an asteroids rockies surface and collect samples the unmanned spacecraft arrived at the asteroid on wednesday after a three and a half year journey japanese aerospace exploration agency says the robotic explorer will attempt three brief touch and go landings on the asteroid to collect samples over the next year and a half if the retrieval and the return journey are successful the stride material could provide clues into the origin of the solar system and life on earth president trump's had a lot to say recently about a few of the late night tv hosts and as ap's rita foley reports the late night guys teamed up tuesday night to take some shots back jimmy fallon in stephen colbert jointly opened their shows with barbs at a president who has targeted them fallon starting off with a comedy phone call to call maher heard you say we're all no talent low lives lost souls well that's not right that's conan i'll get it hey what's up we just trump's president who trump donald trump the real estate guy who sell stakes he's president how's he doing not so good going in o'brien stephen colbert and jimmy fallon i'm rita foley it was a stunner in new york's democratic primary incumbent congressman joe crowley has been upset by newcomer alexandria oko cortez on the fourteenth congressional district victory belongs to every single grassroots organizer every working parent every mom every member of the lgbtq community every single person is responsible for this is in his tenth term and is the fourth ranking democrat in the house but this is the first time in fourteen years he's been challenged by a member of his own party and despite the solid liberal voting record and raising ocasio cortez by ten to one margin stumbled on the campaign trail i know kobe but the people of fourteenth district it was the farmers focused respect of this thanks to new york one for all of the audio ocasio cortez is the latino activist and member of the democratic socialists of america says she brings an urgency to the fight for working families crowley says he expects her to win when she faces republican anthony pappas in the november midterms hi i'm making crane ap digital manager and host of the podcast ground game i look at the top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead of this year's midterm elections it's available on apple podcasts and podcast one while you're there be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast ground game ap radio news i'm tim mcguire president trump at a rally in fargo north dakota talks about retiring supreme court justice anthony kennedy man and i'm very honored that he chose to do it during my term in office because he felt confident in me to make the right choice and carry on his great legacy that's why kennedy's retirement provides trump.
"joe crowley" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"I yesterday was another big midterm primary day in seven states with the biggest results happening right here in new york democratic primary surprise shakes up the two thousand eighteen midterm elections twenty new car andrea fourtest shock them credit because donald smith by defeating ten term incumbent new york congressman joe crowley looking at herself on television right now i get man look at that face reaction is exciting and i know it's been a tough year for everyone so in case you forgot that face means happy that's what that is and that was some people might wonder why does anybody care about a congressional primary race in queens well i look at who she beats congressman joseph crowley right he's a top ranking house democrat who was expected to one day take over for nancy pelosi in fact the democrats saw him as a young leader of the next generation because he's only fifty six you think this is a joke but it's true the rest of the house leadership are all at least seventy seven years old yeah when you ask these people if they've seen hamilton they like yeah we hang out all the time yeah and you gotta understand powerful incumbents like this almost never lose primaries but it gets even more surprising when you learn more about the person who beat him alexandria a cause' oh cortes now that a real vieques puerto rican will be able to run for congress than you're twenty eight years old running her first campaign she's a member of the democratic socialists of america until last november she was working as a bartender speak like a girl from the block because i learned host extension street oh this is so amazing that not only would she be the youngest female ever elected to congress she knows to be the first member of congress the talks cardi b this is so to out there well that's why we looking for healthcare okay could you imagine up on capitol hill talking to mitch mcconnell be like our don't flirt about appropriate should be like don't tell me what you think is appropriate i'm not voting for you all your bullshit.
House Republicans failed to pass their “compromise” immigration bill
"Hersi eight hundred eighty eight degrees in jupiter eighty six degrees in coral ridge immigration reform goes nowhere after a second bill goes up in flames in the house bill does the moderate compromise soundly rejected today on this guys are one hundred twenty one days or three hundred and one the bill is passed the house also rejected a more hardline bill last week any immigration bill from the house would have faced an even steeper climb and the closely divided senate president trump insisting on billions of dollars for a massive border wall democrats want locking longterm protections for dreamers supreme court justice anthony kennedy is retiring kennedy's former clerk harry littman talks about his former boss a lifelong republican is it obviously made the judgment that he is comfortable doing it i've seen recently i don't think there are any major health issues about it joy john kennedy announced his retirement today effective at the end of july turns eighty two in july he's been on the high court since one thousand nine hundred eighty eight after being nominated by president ronald reagan osama between president trump and russian president vladimir putin is coming together for the leaders of these countries nate issues the differences between us us national security adviser john bolton at a press conference in moscow helsinki finland mentioned as a possible spot for the summit bright young adults bring fresh eyes to old problems everybody wants you you're young you're smart you're brilliant this is the time that's going to really guide the rest of your life so it's a very important time that's president trump opened the face to face with our future event at the white house today saying the nation must be confident about the future there's a lot to be optimistic about we have a great country we had potential frankly that has been untapped and we're finding out what that potential is and finding it out in ways and means a numbers that nobody ever thought existed a big shakeup in new york politics after yesterday's primary longtime congressman joe crowley defeated in yesterday's democratic primary by twenty eight year old activists alexandria l cossio cortes feels great it's even before the results came in walking around the community seeing how many people were excited to vote yesterday was incredible and i think we're just kind of still processing cossio cortez says she won because she knew her district and what they wanted out of a representative campaign was focused on just a laser focused message of economic social and racial dignity for working class americans especially those in queens and the bronx we're very clear about our message very clear about our priorities martin county sheriff's office looking for civilian assistance and other people to join the force holding a career fair eight fifty wf deals karen curtis has more on how south florida law enforcement is protecting our schools this fall tomorrow the martin county sheriff's office will offer a career fair from three to seven at the indian river state college martin county sheriff liam snyder join gen bill this morning to talk about who they are looking to hire especially to protect martin county schools going with a sworn deputies rather than big regards that you describe i think broward county position dispatch correction often guards is part time work we have very position open sheriff snyder pointed out the broward county school board voted yesterday to hire eighty armed guards to patrol the schools when classes resume in august most of the officers will be stationed at elementary schools all hires must have experienced in law enforcement or the military and they will undergo more than one hundred hours of training by the.
"joe crowley" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show
"Listen we're winning today we're winning this week it has been a really good week for the people who loved the you know forget about trump fading out it's not about trump it's about the constitution is about the law it is about trump being able to do what the law says he can do even though he's trump even though he's trump he gets to ease the president he's duly elected he gets to do what the president gets to do but you know there was a a an election they were primaries in elections primaries yesterday and in new york in the fourteenth district which is part of queens and manhattan a a stu a staunch democrat who had been in who's been in the house for twenty years was thrown out out in favor of a twenty eight year old socialist she is a member of the democratic socialists of america her name the his name is joe crowley and her name is let me see if i've got it but yeah alexandria occasional cortez and she's in her twenties and she one okay and so now they've got the social and this is do not mistake this this is the future of the democrat party this is the way they're going if they keep going in the direction they are and she said she was very open she says she supports impeachment and she wants basically open borders let's listen to cut number twelve support impeachment i think that you know we have the grounds to do it i think what really we need to focus on is making sure that we are advocating for the policies to to win a november but ultimately i think that what we need to kind of focus on is insuring that we can you know when people break the law potentially break the law that we have to hold everyone accountable and that no person is above that law do you see yourself alexandra is more of a democrat or or progressive would you say i am a member of the democratic party this morning i'm absolutely i'm i'm proud to be a democrat i was raised in a democratic family with democratic values but it also means that the democratic party is a big tent and there are so many ways to be democrat and i'm proud to bring to congress an additional perspective and a lens towards what the future of the democratic party maybe you should here we should also play this we're getting a little tight on time because i want to get to the mailbag but we should play this response about the border she wants to eliminate ice she wants to get rid of ice and listen to what her idea of a secure border is absolutely duty to make sure that our borders are secure to make sure that people are safe in passage but we need to realize and remember is that is was established in two thousand three right at the same time as the patriot act the au matthew iraq war and we look back at a lot of that time and legislation as as a mistake now and i think that is right there as part of it it has atra atra traditional nature is baked in to the structure of the agency and that is why they're able to get away with black with black sites out our border with separation of children we are we are committing human rights abuses on this border separating children from their families and that you know is is part of the structure of the agency we can replace it and we can replace it with the humane agency that is directed towards safe passage what do you do action i the criminal ization what do you mean blacks what do you mean about blacks so i was just yes yes so actually we were just hopping off msnbc and and they were talking about it basically what we have is that people are not able to access even our own members of congress are not able to act us what is happening in these sites blocks is nonsense but what you said she wants to rearrange it to they we have safe borders for safe passage say voters for people breaking the law and coming into the country that's what she wants so listen people ask will socialism come to america and the answer is yes why because socialism is death and death comes to everything freedom is living thing all living things die socialism is the form by which free nations die okay this is the first lump you find and this is.
"joe crowley" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast
"Npr politics podcast here with the results from tuesday's primaries i must mccall at political reporter i'm mara liasson national political correspondent and i'm susan davis cover congress all right let's start with the name that everyone knows this morning my name is alexandria oko last night she was up against joe crowley a ten term incumbent in new york city it's time we acknowledged that not all democrats are the same that a democrat takes corporate money prophets off foreclosure doesn't live here doesn't send his kids to our schools doesn't drink are water or breathed our air cannot possibly represent us so mara walk us through real quick and what happened last night what happened was that a twenty eight year old female latina beat the number four democrat in the house leadership structure which was an incredible upset that it just doesn't happen then that video that you just played a clip of was very very powerful at showed her young latina woman gonna work changing her shoes on the subway platform rushing out the door putting her hair up in a in a in a in a ponytail bun and interacting with with people and this is a district that over the time that crowley has represented it has become majority minority it is big populations of hispanics african americans asians and that is where the energy in the democratic party is coming from it's coming from the left it's coming from women and it's coming from minorities so we got a good sense there you of what the district looks like right now but sue can you give us a sense of who joe crowley as it seems like he was largely popular in this district because he's been there for so long he was joe crowley as a really prominent figure both in his district and inside the capitol is mar said he's the number four house democratic league he's the chairman of the house democratic caucus which means essentially he runs the weekly meetings among democrats he was seen as on the shortlist if not the number one name on the shortlist for someone who could be the next speaker to succeed nancy pelosi and he was very emblematic of an old school style of politician the white ethnic urban politician he's irishamerican he's got the the the presence the accent of a guy from queens as a member of congress he still continued to run the queen's county democratic party which he's run for the past twelve years which also adds to the shock upset that if anybody should know where the democratic votes are in queens it should be joe crowley and i think his loss has the capital a certainly house democrats reeling this morning i've talked to a bunch of democrats already today who have said they are an utter shock they're trying to they're trying themselves to process what this loss means not only for the kind of issues they should be running on in the midterms but who who's going to lead them i'm if they do end up winning the majority and how that scramble sort of their own leadership calculations and i talked to john yarmuth who's a democrat from kentucky who said which shows you lawmakers are just like the rest of us when it became clear last night that crowley might be going down he said he ended up on like massive techs chain among house democratic lawmakers who are all just like texting each other furiously last night trying to figure out what was happening but mars point his district is fundamentally changed and when you have you know a only a quarter of that district is now white and i think that he is the past and she is the future certainly for more liberal diverse districts in this country let's talk just a little bit about what she stood for because you know you could make the argument like you're doing that they're that these differences among democrats are not so explosive perhaps you know some of the differences you're saying that we saw among republicans but there were issues that she was speaking about that are you could argue kind of fringe on the democratic side right she called for medicare for all abolishing ice basically mart you knew she makes the argument that the structure of ice with something that was created after nine eleven and it's and it's threatening and that you can sort of reimagined some sort of more humane transparent immigration system and that i would argue i'm beginning to hear of this argument from some progressive very left candidates but it's certainly not a mainstream vision within the democratic.
Boston, Twenty Eight Year and Seventy Degrees discussed on WBZ Morning News
"Mostly cloudy seventy degrees in boston good morning i'm deb lawler top stories now trouble continuous for the state police the us attorney's office will hold a press conference at eleven o'clock this morning to announce the arrest three massachusetts state troopers charged with thefts of government funds we have learned that two of the troopers are retired another suspended without pay state police troop e has been embroiled in an overtime scandal stay with wbz for details on this developing story every spas to an aclu lawsuit a federal judge issues an order giving the us government thirty days to reunite children separated from their families at the border fourteen days for children under the age of five and a primary shocker in new york alexandria okay cortes a twenty eight year old liberal activists defeats top house democrat joe crowley crowley becomes the first democratic incumbent to fall this primary season in other news president trump is claiming vindication after the supreme court allows his travel ban to stay in place here's abc's stephanie ramos president trump says the us must make sure people are vetted when they are trying to enter the country he calls this controversial travel ban blocking people from seven muslimmajority countries from entering the us a victory this is a great victory for our constitution we have to be tough and we have to be safe and we have to be secure democrats immigration advocates and muslim groups protested outside the supreme court's decision to uphold president trump's travel ban was announced stephanie ramos abc news the white house a local salambek organization is disappointed at yesterday's high court decision wbz's doug cope has more john robbins at the council on american islamic relations says the ruling puts a lot of uncertainty in the minds of local muslim families whether it's people who are not able to seek medical treatment for child at one of massachussetts premiere hospitals whether it's those who have children who are attending who wish to graduate from some of the top universities in the world located here in massachusetts either they'll be able to return to complete their studies or their parents will be unable to come see their children's graduation will we hear over and over and over again is that this is leading to real world pain for real world people he says the decision echoes some of the darkest chapters in american history in boston doug cope wbz newsradio ten thirty and arrest overnight in eighteen year old will be and taunton district court today charged in connection with the fatal shooting of another teenager last night in north dighton joseph medeiros is charged with involuntary manslaughter in the shooting death of seventeen year old michael pacheco police say the shooting happened around seven last night on forest street here's a site you don't see every day a hot air balloon drops into a neighborhood in methuen causing some residents to call nine one one it wasn't a crash just a typical flight.
Pennsylvania, Jonathan Karl and Senate discussed on Traffic and Weather"
"The komo morning news with frank lenzi at the editor's desk with gregg hersholt i'm manda factor top stories of the morning pennsylvania police officer who shot an unarmed black teenager has been charged with criminal homicide this is an east pittsburgh pennsylvania officer michael rosenfeld facing these charges included in court documents obtained by the media he is white he's charged in the death of seventeen year old antoine rose junior on june nineteenth so far it's the political upset of the year on television right now how are you feeling can you put it into words nope twenty eightyearold alexandria akasa cortes vanquished one of the most powerful democrats in congress joe crowley visit valid a man who had been believed by some three the next speaker of the house a selection cossio cortes calls herself a democratic socialist she proposed eliminating ice immigration and customs enforcement agency former bernie sanders organizers if she wins in november she'll be the overwhelming favourite she'll become the youngest woman ever elected to congress on twitter president trump saw crowley's loss has his win is out that is a big one that nobody saw happening perhaps he should have been nicer and more respectful to his president in south carolina you gotta get out there candidate endorsed by the president one henry mcmaster coming out on top in the republican primary overnights present and extended his well wishes to a former who in utah tweeting congratulations to former governor mitt romney on his senate primary win big inconclusive win by mitt romney congratulations i look forward to working together there's so much good to do a great and loving family will be coming to dc with primary season almost over the president is fully in campaign mode he heads out on the campaign trail today for the second time this week he'll be going to north dakota and wisconsin abc's jonathan karl other things we're keeping track of this morning the house is expected to vote on a compromise immigration bill today the measure crafted by republicans would keep migrant families from being separated at the border from their children if the bill fails the house expected to move onto a narrower bill that would.
1 dead, 12 injured in "very large" explosion at Texas hospital
"Review it that's the podcast ground game ap radio news i'm tim maguire south carolina governor henry mcmaster one of president trump's earliest political supporters wins today's gop primary run off is attempt for his first full term as governor trump campaign for master just yesterday the supreme court upholds president trump's travel ban involving five mainly muslim nations north korea and venezuela tremendous success a tremendous victory for the american people and for our constitution protesters on the steps of the supreme court see the decision in a different light under attack new york democratic congresswoman idea velazquez schaffel mormon in our nation's history attorney general jeff sessions tells a criminal justice league foundation meeting in los angeles this evening he's happy with the supreme court ruling which he sees as reigning in an overreach by lower court judges courts in l legal opinions and we've always tried to be respectful on them but they're not our policy setting branch they don't get to set the policies for the country so we're very pleased with the outcome today and hope that this goes some way toward ending the practice of as broad nationwide injunctions one construction worker is dead a dozen others have been hurt in an explosion this afternoon at an addition being built for twenty five bed hospital and gatesville texas a town of about twelve thousand people some thirty miles from waco a blacks took down a port of the addition witnesses say an electric generator blew up but hospital officials say it might have been a gas line three or four of the injured are in critical condition psalm was severe burns none of the hospital staffers or patients were hurt residents of nursing homes near the hospital of also been evacuated this is ap radio news a federal budget analysis warns the federal debt could reach nearly eighty percent of the economy later this year ap's jackie quinn reports seventy eight percent that would be the highest debt level in nearly seventy years and the congressional budget office says predicting it will continue to grow sarpi from there and looking ahead thirty years as the government pays substantially more because of the interest on that debt this cbo is forecasting that payment could be as large as all the spending for social security democrats are criticizing the tax cuts for exceleron the revenue shortfall this cbo numbers include the assumption that congress will cut spending and allow some of those tax cuts to expire jackie quinn washington and this just in us congressman joe crowley a democrat has lost to a younger challenger in the democratic party primary in new york i'm tim mcguire ap radio news the fourth of july is coming up so i'm having a few buddies over for a barbecue to watch the fireworks we're going to be grilling and.
National debt at highest level since after WWII
"Crane ap digital manager and host of the podcast ground game look at the top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead of this year's midterm elections it's available on apple podcasts and podcast one while you're there be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast ground game ap radio news i'm tim maguire south carolina governor henry mcmaster president trump's earliest political supporters wins today's gop primary runoff attempt for his first full term as governor trump campaign for mid master just yesterday the supreme court upholds president trump's travel ban involving five mainly muslim nations north korea and venezuela tremendous success a tremendous victory for the american people and for our constitution protesters on the steps of the supreme court see the decision in a different light new york democratic congresswoman idea of alaska schaffel mormon in our nation's history attorney general jeff sessions tells a criminal justice league foundation meeting in los angeles this evening he's happy with the supreme court ruling which he sees as reigning in an overreach by lower court judges we respect courts and they'll legal opinions and we've always tried to be respectful on them but they're not our policy setting branch they don't get to set the policies for the country so we're very pleased with the outcome today and hope that this goes some way towards ending the practice of the broad nationwide injunctions one construction worker is dead a dozen others have been hurt in an explosion this afternoon at an addition being built for twenty five bed hospital and gatesville texas that's a town of about twelve thousand people some thirty miles from waco a blacks took down a portion of the addition witnesses say an electric generator blew up but hospital officials say it might have been a gas line three or four of the injured are in critical condition some with severe burns none of the hospital staffers or patients were hurt residents of nursing homes near the hospital of also been evacuated this is ap radio news a federal budget analysis warns the federal debt could reach nearly eighty percent of the economy later this year ap's jackie quinn reports at seventy eight percent that would be the highest debt level in nearly seventy years and the congressional budget office is predicting it will continue to grow sharply from there and looking ahead thirty years as the government pays substantially more because of the interest on that debt this is forecasting that payment could be as large as all the spending for social security democrats are criticizing the tax cuts for accelerating the revenue shortfall this cbo numbers include the assumption that congress will cut spending and allow some of those tax cuts to expire jackie quinn washington and this just in us congressman joe crowley a democrat has lost to a younger challenger in the democratic party primary in new york i'm tim mcguire ap radio.
National debt at highest level since after WWII
"This is a p radio news a federal budget analysis warns the federal debt could reach nearly eighty percent of the economy later this year ap's jackie quinn reports seventy eight percent that would be the highest debt level in nearly seventy years and the congressional budget office is predicting it will continue to grow sharply from there and looking ahead thirty years as the government pays substantially more because of the interest on that debt this is forecasting that payment could be as large as all the spending for social security democrats are criticizing the tax cuts for excel rating the revenue shortfall this numbers include the assumption that congress will cut spending and allow some of those tax cuts to expire jackie quinn washington and this just in us congressman joe crowley a democrat has lost to a younger challenger in the democratic party primary in new york i'm tim mcguire ap radio news safer.
National debt at highest level since after WWII
"And for our constitution protesters on the steps of the supreme court see the decision in a different light new york democratic congresswoman idea of alaska shameful moment in our nation's history attorney general jeff sessions tells a criminal justice league foundation meeting in los angeles this evening he's happy with the supreme court ruling which he sees as reigning in an overreach by lower court judges we respect courts and they'll legal opinions and we've always tried to be respectful on them but they're not a policy setting branch they don't get to set the policies for the country so we're very pleased with the outcome today and hope that this goes some way towards ending the practice of the broad nationwide injunctions one construction worker is dead a dozen others have been hurt in an explosion this afternoon at an addition being built for twenty five bed hospital and gatesville texas that's a town of about twelve thousand people some thirty miles from waco a blacks took down a portion of the addition witnesses say an electric generator blew up but hospital officials say it might have been a gas line three or four of the injured are in critical condition some was severe burns none of the hospital staffers or patients were hurt residents of nursing homes near the hospital of also been evacuated this is a p radio news a federal budget analysis warns the federal debt could reach nearly eighty percent of the economy later this year ap's jackie quinn reports seventy eight percent that would be the highest debt level in nearly seventy years and the congressional budget office says predicting it will continue to grow sharply from there and looking ahead thirty years as the government pays substantially more because of the interest on that debt this cbo is forecasting that payment could be as large as all the spending for social security democrats are criticizing the tax cuts for exceleron the revenue shortfall this cbo numbers include the assumption that congress will cut spending and allow some of those tax cuts to expire jackie quinn washington and this just in us congressman joe crowley a democrat has lost to a younger challenger in the democratic party primary in new york i'm tim mcguire ap radio news the fourth of july is coming up i'm having a few buddies over for a barbecue to watch the fireworks we're going to be grilling and of course having some awesome drinks to get everything i needed i.
Dow Jones Drops Below 200-Day Average
"The morning bob karen thank you the dow jones industrial average is one point three percent drop yesterday senate below it's two hundred day average that ended a streak above a key trend line that had five hundred one days was the longest in three decades michael jackson is market analysts foresee mc markets in london we've broken the two hundred time even average on the dow but i'm more interested in the s and p five hundred that still remains well clear and for me to signal a significant technical break i think both indexes have to cross the two hundred eight moving average otherwise we run the risk of having a false break the s and p five hundred dropped one point four percent yesterday that's the most since april and futures this morning are little changed a lower now s and p futures down about three points dow futures down twentyseven nasdaq futures down about a point and the ten year treasury is little changed and ge shares up more than two percent now straight ahead we have the latest world and national news this is bloomberg thanks karen that brings us to six oh seven on wall street and the president holds another of those campaign style rallies bloomberg's michael barr with details good morning good morning bob president trump is maintaining that he's taking action to deal with unfair and discriminatory trade practices trump spoke to a crowd last night in west columbia south carolina he called on congress to fix the immigration system democrats don't like ice these great brave tough people these people are much tougher than ms thirteen they don't like border patrol they don't like you police they don't like anybody trump campaign for republican governor henry mcmaster ahead of today's runoff against businessman john morin mississippi also holds a republican gubernatorial runoff meanwhile primary contests take place today including utah colorado oklahoma and maryland here in new york voters will settle to of the more continuous intraparty battles of congressional primary season with incumbent republican representative dan donovan under threat from a bid by his predecessor and democrat joe crowley facing his first significant challenge in years special counsel robert muller is preparing to accelerate his probe into possible collusion between donald trump's presidential campaign and russians who sought to interfere in the two thousand sixteen election according to a person familiar with the probe there could be possible indictments related to collusion by the fall right now is press secretary sarah sanders is speaking out publicly about what happened when she visited a virginia restaurant over the weekend sanders was asked to leave the red and restaurant in virginia because she worked for president trump sanders says healthy debate on ideas and political philosophy is important but the calls for harassment and pushed for any trump supported to avoid the public is unacceptable a hollywood actor publicly encouraged people to kidnap my children and this week in a member of congress called for people to push back and make clear to those serving their country in this administration that they are not welcome anywhere anytime for anything democratic senate minority leader chuck schumer no one should call for the harassment of political opponents that's not right that's not american california congresswoman maxine waters defended or call yesterday for people to confront trump administration officials in public places but insists she's not urged supporters to harm anyone global news twenty four hours a day on internet tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm michael barr this is bloomberg bob thank you michael nine on wall street time for your bloomberg nbc sports update now brought to you by investors bank in good morning rob bush bell.
Inside the former Walmart holding 1,500 immigrant children in Texas
"For what it's worth i'm cheri preston the immigration battle playing out again in washington you have a southern border where children are being separated from the parents most new york congressman joe crowley protesting the zero tolerance policy on immigration in brownsville texas the children of illegal border crossers are being sent to a converted walmart store abc's tom yomas that'll look in size two hundred fifty thousand square feet they've converted all to now houses children basically it looks like a dormitory with five beds to each room a medical unit places where they take care of the kids if they have mental health issues if they have any type of other medical issues they take care of them there so it's a pretty robust facility but it's families are separated under the trump administration policy it's getting crowded if it keeps separating families that we'll get to a point where they're going to have to create new spaces whether those be ten cities or some type of emergency shelters to house those children the kids allow two phone calls a week one of them presumably to apparent for what it's worth.
Rep. McCaul: Russia and Iran Complicit in Syria Chemical Attack
"Fox news radio i'm karen mchugh reacting to a chemical attack by syrian government forces in the town of duma in a tweet president trump called syrian president assad an animal while laying blame on iran and russia as well prompting this gop lawmakers to say they're all in bed together the russians iranians and mr assad behind this horrific attack has her fingerprints all over it and i think there needs to be a bold swift response of the bill terry strikes to stop their capability to continue doing texas representative michael mccall on fox's sunday morning futures democrats reacted you gop attack ads ended house minority leader nancy pelosi bankrupted ideas they don't have anything else to offer accepted cough the nancy pelosi to to win elections that's if they think that's a winning strategy they're completely mistaken enroll new york representative joe crowley on fox and friends fox news we report you decide.
"joe crowley" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"And there are so the district doesn't have republicans and he's never had an effective challenge from any any democrat so it's a very very similar situation except it's a far more dangerous situation because no one listened to the pinski no and cain what lipinski thought lipinski was in a world of his own you know not a democrat and quite a republican just just this you know blue dog thing that was in congress that no one penny attention to crowley's the exact opposite he's been chosen by nancy pelosi and steny hoyer to be the next democratic leader he's the post pelosi leader and he so there's a few reasons why that's terrible the next leader chances will be the speaker of the house which will be the second in command i'm i'm sorry the second in succession to to the president so if something happens to trump and pence this would be president so who is this guy most americans i don't have any idea who he is but i'll i'll i'll sum it up real quick there is no no democrat in congress will corrupt in the most blatant way than joe crowley joe crowley is the connection between the wall street bankers and the democratic caucus a lot of democrats who want the money don't wanna be seen to be taking money from the bad guys and you know wall street being the top of the bad guys but not just wall street you know big pharma private prisons you know all really terrible corporate entities that that people you know decent human beings don't want to be associated with well you the way to do that is there are some really scummy democrats who have no problem taking money from these people and they they give you the money up by power they buy power b you y power and the inside the caucus.
"joe crowley" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"And it says the cut political report released its latest ratings were house races it shifted 21 racist towards democrats three race towards republican right uh uh you know and and they're and they're not a um you know they're they're they're not on the edge a half but even them even they see what's happening uh so so don't get nervous don't worry about it it's gonna be it's can yes it's gonna be a wave and the way we can be big okay good so chances are we'll have nancy pelosi bat as speaker of the house but that's better than the alternative uh it which would be steny hoyer joe crowley i'm trying to trying to be positive these days i paul ryan by much better than paul ryan that's the other alternatives right and so that that i say goes without saying but it doesn't really sometimes when we're constantly harping on how bad these democrats are but without a doubt much better than paul ryan yeah and much better than steny hoyer much better than joe crowley i mean those those guys are so corrupt i mean it you know you know it's pelosi's corrupt it's like normal corruptions that that your average congress person has uh but those two or not average though the that hoyer and uh crowley those two are unbelievable uh okay how he klein we are we've come to the end of the show yet again as always thank you so much i always appreciate thursday's with how he klein we'll take you i appreciate criminal getting a chest who will usually vocal cords of talk again next week thanks so much how i find lowery byebye find how you down with tyranny dot com and of course the blow america pack if you're looking for a great progressive candidates to vote for in the primaries you look and see who they have endorsed over a blue america and with that were done for this thursday we'll see it tomorrow.