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Visibility is on the ballot

The Brown Girls Guide to Politics

04:26 min | 1 year ago

Visibility is on the ballot

"Today were diving into women of color that are on the ballot, and also what candidates and campaigns need to be doing better to reach out to black around and indigenous communities. We have Glenda car, the CO founder President of Higher Heights. So if you listen to our episode before this with State's attorney I, use your bray boy, she was wearing her black women. Lead shirt so that sure comes from higher heights and we have Lynn when the political director for run API I a new initiative that just out of the gates gained so much attention and is doing wonderful work and I can't wait to dive into talking to her about the amazing things that they're doing. But in typical BG fashion, we have to start off the. Conversation by talking about Howard Brown rose got involved in Politics Lynn, let's start with you. What made you want to do this work I met you when you are on Standard Booker's presidential race landward with on my best friends in the booker who has the flow colder actor we immediately had energy I appreciate offer letting even on here I. Think what's so I just? WanNa start. It's it's always a struggle for us like Asian women thinking. Okay. If this is a speech for Black and Brown women do we do we belong in us as organizers in the space that we challenge ourselves on every single day? I, appreciate the all see us as part of his fight Abdu I'm no my start in politics it was in high school. I had to fulfil my community service hours as Eilly volunteer for my local mayor's race. Obviously had no idea what organizing wise what it meant to talk to voters. And it wasn't until our college when I was organizing around development movement was like Oh shit. Okay. So this is what this is but I think what's really interesting is that it's I think for me because I get asked that a lot especially with the next generation of organizers coming in and it wasn't so much like what what started this interest. But it's been in especially in the last few years it's been the women around me that have kept. You know and it's like it's it's I. Think we often you'll so burnt out in this process but it is absolutely been like this networks like very intentional network of women that have kept here. Sorry and we will go to Glenda and it's weird for me. y'All not to see Granddad two or three times a month. That's how often we would just see each other at different events conferences in even when we get on the phone I'm like it's my Glenn like I miss you so much but I'm super excited to have her here. Today Higher Heights. It's an organization that I've been involved with or a long time. Now is an organization that I give a lot of my time my coins as well because that's important the when that's how us what each of this work you know I come from a politically active family I mean I don't think they overtly would call themselves that but others did right and so I am a daughter of a Caribbean immigrant migrated here. My mother picked him up next door literally like WHO's this guy next door and David got married and? Had three children and the baby and my father was a community activist right in. Here's a man that didn't become a citizen until the later part of his life because he wanted to vote for his friend Joe Lieberman and But everybody assumed that he was like he was the political light Caribbean political maker in the community about making sure people registered to vote he was very active in and So was my mother on my eighteenth birthday I'm sure my parents gave me a jewelry because that's what they gave me at every birthday. Don't remember what was didn't don't wear it is but they registered me devote my mother put me in her car drove me down to city hall and registered to vote in until the day she died she called me and my brothers on major elections to make sure we. voted. So it was just kind of ingrained around our civic civic engagement But I thought it was going to be a musician went to Music Conservatory and was Likley engaged on campus. As we all are particularly go to a predominantly white college. There's always some takeover

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Joseph Maguire, Acting DNI, Faced Congress after whistleblower report

All Things Considered

11:08 min | 1 year ago

Joseph Maguire, Acting DNI, Faced Congress after whistleblower report

"Yuvan of it to Benjamin Sunland if you the people who become household names of the impeachment drama has played out with the house vote now behind us we wanted to catch up with another central character from the very beginning a man who occupies at least for the moment one of the most critical perches in the US government our story begins late on Friday the thirteenth of September which is when Adam Schiff chairman of the house intelligence committee released a cryptic letter we're gonna let our co host Mary Louise Kelley pick it up from here the letter runs four pages on official stationery the big CEO of the intelligence committee on top it is signed sincerely Adam B. Schiff it is addressed to this guy now here I am sitting before you as the acting director of national intelligence Joseph Maguire that's him testifying before Congress end of September he had received chefs letter which contained very few details but which marked the first public mention of the whistle blower complaint the letter accused McGuire of improperly withholding that complaint from Congress and subpoenaed him to testify now we heard McGuire say there he's the acting director of national intelligence and talk about timing threat to acquire what was your first day on the job my first day on the job was Friday the sixteenth of August and I think I set a new record in the administration for the anticipated before yeah yeah yeah that you had a heck of a first week didn't have much going for the Sir the questions there from New York Democrat Sean Patrick Maloney driving home the point that McGwire took over the job of running U. S. intelligence just four days after the whistle blower a US intelligence official filed the complaint McGuire suggested this was not the way he did version the job going either way Sir if I may my life would have been a heck of a lot simpler without becoming the most famous man in the United don't have settled debatable whether Joseph acquire was then or now the most famous man in the United States but if it felt that way it speaks to the extraordinarily awkward position the acting di and I found himself in caught between a White House looking for loyalty and lawmakers looking for answers since his appearance before the house intelligence committee McGuire has kept an exceedingly low profile no interviews we asked for one we're gonna spend these next minutes looking closely at the DNR job whether it matters that we are now past four months and counting with an acting director at the home the longest period without a Senate confirmed permanent leader of US intelligence since the job was created fifteen years ago today I'm asking Congress to create the position of the national intelligence director George W. bush in the White House rose garden two thousand four over in Congress they were listening we were breaking for the August recess and not I decided to call our committee back into session and we began the hearings Republicans Susan Collins of Maine she chaired the Senate governmental affairs committee I felt a sense of urgency because this was already two thousand for the terrorists attacks had happened on nine eleven two thousand one and the nine eleven commission had just released its final report it zoomed in on a failure to connect the dots that the CIA the FBI and others weren't sharing what they knew the report had ideas for how to prevent anything like nine eleven from ever happening again the central crowning recommendation a new position someone who could force intelligence agencies to talk to each other so Collins and Joe Lieberman then the committee's top Democrat got to work I remember you couldn't figure out what you were going to call this position to start with it was the need for a little while I was going to say and for awhile it was the Ned and I remember Joe Lieberman saying we can't call it the no that sounds too much like the net yeah it has to be the D. N. I. doesn't sound in power exactly what to call it was the least of their problems senator Collins told me the turf battles were in once it was vehemently opposed by not only the CIA but particularly the secretary of defense Donald Rumsfeld because his department was going to lose considerable power over the intelligence community's budget which was funneled through the department of defense but as you heard his boss President Bush was on board and in December two thousand four Congress passed the most sweeping intelligence overhaul in nearly sixty years by the following February bush was announcing his pick for the nation's first director of national intelligence vesting these are stories in a single official who reports directly to me will make our intelligence efforts better coordinated more efficient and more effective the director of the CIA will report to John John was John Negroponte at the time he was US ambassador to Iraq I tracked him down here in Washington this week and asked about that last bit of the president's remarks that the head of the CIA would report to him that's correct there were gathering no it did but you know it it it took some socializing and some explain simply socialite water like a devoted some water had to go under the bridge in the fifteen years that that water's been flowing under the bridge the office of the D. N. I. has expanded to a staff of thousands the exact numbers classified as we can quarters building is gone up in northern Virginia so has all this worked has having India nine made us safer again the sponsor of the original legislation senator Collins I do believe that it has been successful but it's not perfect I I do hear a criticism bet they demand nice office has grown too big too bureaucratic so I'm not saying that we got it perfect leave right but compared to where we were we have come and the norm this way I heard a similar view from Mike moral who was among those who required some socializing two years Negroponte's word moral serve more than thirty years at the CIA he was president bush's briefer on nine eleven and ended up the agency's deputy director moral opposed creating video and I thought the more obvious solution was to bulk up the authorities of the head of the CIA botch I evolved over time significantly so by the time I left government in two thousand thirteen the last week that I was deputy director I actually got in my car and drove to Capitol Hill and met with senator Collins and senator Lieberman it actually thank them so I was I started out in one place and I ended up in a completely different place pressed as to why morale who now hosts the intelligence matters podcast pointed to his former gang delivering the president's daily brief in the old days he says it was pretty much only CIA material that made the cut whereas now with a D. and I overseeing everything the president's likely to hear from shore the CIA but also the state department's intelligence branch or the Pentagon's defense intelligence agency the deer so when CIA wrote a piece say on a China issue and de I a had a different view it would actually say at the bottom of the page de I a has a different view here it is here's why they have a different view and here Mister president is why this matters to you this difference matters to you so and and I think that makes for better intelligence support for the president John Negroponte the original GNI has mixed feelings about the job he once held here we are fifteen years later mmhm as an experiment has it worked I would say it hasn't failed I'm not sure it's worked fully I think it's still a work in progress on the positive side ambassador Negroponte points to changes he helped put in motion such as integrating the F. B. I. more closely into the broader intelligence community then he pauses and adds mistakes still get made obviously we see that from the inspector general's report just now with respect Carter page and all that I was an egregious seems to have been an egregious mistake of some kind which shows that those problems of coordination don't just go away because you say they should the reference there to the DOJ inspector general who just last week delivered a report documenting all kinds of errors in the F. B. I.'s application to surveil one time trump campaign aide Carter page now can we draw a direct line between the D. and I roll and the F. B. I. **** ups know what is fact is last week so president trump tweeting the FBI is quote badly broken which brings us back up to this moment the president attacking what he has come to call the deep state the house voting to impeach the president following an inquiry originally put in motion by a US intelligence community whistle blower the usual array of national security threats on the radar from Iran to China to North Korea and no sign of a nomination for the top job in US intelligence it is definitely a problem that I had the president has not nominated a permanent Senate confirmed Deanna Republican senator Susan Collins if the people in the intelligence community do not know whether the acting D. N. night is going to be there next week they are going to be less responsive to his concerns to his directives and bad is a problem so I would urge the president to make a choice my put her argument to someone with firsthand experience Michael moral can I was acting director of CIA twice so I know what I'm talking about here you don't feel as empowered as you would if you are Senate confirmed because you know you're not gonna be there that long just how awkward position then does Joseph McGuire find himself in four months and four days after being named acting director of national intelligence world points out that requires a navy Vice Admiral thirty six years in uniform this is a guy has actually been shot at right in combat this is a guy who's who's injured a lot but I think what he's learning is that the political fire is often more challenging than actual weapons fire navigating impeachment era Donald Trump dominated Washington in other words it's a different game morale as I hope he's learning

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"joe lieberman" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

13:49 min | 1 year ago

"joe lieberman" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"Good Morning America. This is the cats roundtable John. Cats ts here or happy thanksgiving. I hope everybody have a great Thanksgiving together and with us. This morning is one of the brightest most common sense. US senators. I know. We have with us. Joe Lieberman how are you senator. I'm great John on a lot to be thankful for after Thanksgiving and One of the things that I know you. My friend You you're just a great person and everywhere. You're so I'm always glad to be on your show. I thank you in and the common sense you have your now him and I understand of no labels our And and no labels works hard to put Democrats and Republicans closer together and most most important. There'd be more civil to each other as accurate absolutely right started about ten years ago by Woman in Washington. Nancy Jacobson I was in the Senate. Then I kind of encouraged her. When I got out of the Senate I started give a lot of time to it because to me is just about the best thing going to counteract the partisanship that the division the anger the What exactly what you said? The incivility disrespect with which people treat each other in public life. It's really hurting our country and dividing our people and we started basically a long story short to Try to get Democrats and Republicans on Capitol Hill. The sit down and talk about problem. See if they could come up with common solutions. We offer them ideas that we thought would be. We supported by members of all parties independence and then the last three or four years. We actually started to raise money to support Republicans is in Democrats either in Congress in the Senate or running for the House and Senate who we saw. would put the country first and be problem. problem-solver is not just partisan dividers and I mean the best thing that we produced so far is in the House of Representatives the no labels problem solvers caucus. Cook is forty eight members of the house. Twenty Four Republicans Twenty Four Democrats. They worked together. And they broken some gridlock Just just in the last year or two. That's made a real difference so if there's a hope and and we'll we'll get out of this bad period in our politics but one of the reasons we'll get out of it I think is because of No labels and the problem solvers. Well you know I've been a supporter of no labels. And how you I I is and I I mean one of the thing I said publicly couple of days ago Pelosi and I love her for thirty years maybe four and I I said well I if we're going to waste the country's time on impeachment or maybe we should spend half a day and impeachment and maybe the other half of the day and yet he's Johnson and that goes back to common sense. No you know John. That is common sense and I hope An unanswered Pelosi. Listen to you they can do it. I mean rate now obviously All the media's been focused on the impeachment inquiry and the House Intelligence Intelligence Committee but it was only the members of the committee involved in it. They got a lot of other members of both parties in the house. Work on other problems that matter to people and now it's GonNa go to the Judiciary Committee And there again. It's only the members of the committee. So I I think I know that Nancy was reluctant to get into the impeachment but Her members were not and I think it's just the the the they began to feel a lot of them. They have a constitutional responsibility instability. So they take it on but honestly for their own good for the country is good. They figure out I'm well how to walk and Chew Gum at the same time. And that means not only focused focused on impeachment but dealing with some of the problems that might or two people Like the economy like Like the budget of the Federal Government which Sisto not agreed on. Have you decided which way we're going in this. I mean Looks like the Democrats nights are holding their own and and the Republicans saying will put it to a trial in the Senate doesn't happen. Well my guesses and you don't have to be a prophet or a political expert to predict this that President trump gets impeached by the house. Which means means as you well know John He gets charged? It's like an indictment it then goes to the Senate for a trial. And I I think unless something really shockingly bad for the president comes up before then he he will get acquitted in the Senate and it'll it'll be it'll be over I went through one of these. You know I was in the center in Nineteen Eighty Eight and nineteen ninety. Nine one President Clinton was impeached and also not convicted By the Senate there were there were very different. I mean what they're going after president trump for us to do more with his facial duties and what he did with President Clinton was his own reprehensible behavior with a With an intern in the White House as we all know but Ah Remember President Clinton said I before he accepted responsibility. That was my private life not my my public service but of course the president these days are really has no pro life. The way he behaves affects everything so the hope is and I don't expect this to happen. That That the Senate and the House if impeach him will carry out their responsibilities in a way that people can look at it and say okay. They did this because they thought it was right. Not because they just were taking a Democrats were taking a wack had a republican president and Republicans in the Senate were rallying at any because to defend a republican president. That that's not the way it should be. isn't the average public person whether the Democrats or Republicans in INNOC- vote is strictly down party lines. You they will. And and It's an alley during the Clinton impeachment. I spent a lot of time reading about the constitutional constitutional history of impeachment. What did the People who wrote the Constitution. Think and you know they figured it would be largely partisan that most people people would rally around the president of their own party. And there'd be a danger that people in the party would go after that The president that's part of why they required it in the constitution. Two thirds vote because they didn't want One Party to basically be able to override there was also of an election through the impeachment process and so setting it so high two thirds sixty seven votes. Now you really. They have to make a very strong case and I think this is now you can see it again. I mean to me. This is shaping up of the four impeachments. We've we've had Andrew Johnson eighteen sixty eight President Nixon President Clinton President Trump This is probably the most partisan of all although they've all been somewhat somewhat partisan that's just the way it is now the same thing is going on in Israel and I your Netanyahu who's been I I believe it's been a good leader for Israel and getting along well with the United States and a is it the same people that kind of a- going after Netanyahu in Israel that are that hate trump in America. Well you don't happen. That president trump maybe not surprisingly is very popular in Israel because he's been A very pro Israel. It's like this is a problem of partisanship shipping. America's sometimes they think further reason of the Democratic Party which is still pro Israel but not as fully totally as it used to be part of the reason and some Democrats are raising questions about Israeli policy. More is WHO's president. Trump seems so strongly in favor of Israel and it happens on a Republican say position. Democrats they if one party takes position a the other part is gonNA take positions e and. That's not sensible by any means. You know there's an interesting question John. I don't honestly have the answer to UAE in some of the great democracies of the world like ours. Israel real England United Kingdom It appears that people are having trouble compromising and to be able to formed governments that were In some ways that's what happened in Brexit. They voted for but they haven't been able to really adopted. Same is true in Israel not to elections news and looks like they're going to probably go to a third The people don't really like the idea of going to turn away or they're doing it because unlike all the previous CBS Elections in Israeli history. Where they have a parliamentary system a lot of parties? They've got to get together negotiate for a majority and they. They just haven't been able to do it here. So let's visit breakthrough of some kind. Israel's an important ally of ours it's important to us that they have stability there and That they have a government that That is fully established by the vote of the people if it takes another election. Let's hope that one works to form a majority. I agree with you now. You ran for vice president and You Jewish and and now we have Mike Bloomberg has decided to enter the race. The little bit of between you and Mike Mike Is. He's spent a billion dollars. What A and I'm I'm I'm holding onto my first billion? Yeah I don't have it I don't have it but no I think I'm I'm I'm a little Meyer of the mayor. Mike I I think he did a great job here in New York and You know I think he's been a very charitable since the maybe before but also since and she looked office is very capable so and to me as I'd say a centrist Democrat He is More to to my liking than some of the other candidates of course like Joe Biden. And I like amy butcher like Cory Booker as well but I think I think Mayor Mike of Oh if you look at the polls he's unfavourable among a lot of Democrats he's going to be effect or because he he does have a record and he's run stuff. He's been a success John. I got a big kick out of watching TV. That I saw last night I was yeah it was excellent and at the end I word something like leader. That's his job creator. And that's the problem solver. That's the no labels brand problems suffered but honestly that's what the people want. So I think mayor mayor mice going to be a factor because he's GonNa be there till the the end because he's not gonNA run out of money and I think the more people look at The more they're going to Think about them. I am unable to predict at this moment. Who will get the Democratic nomination? In fact general. Tell you something that I've been thinking. It is possible for the first time in a long time in American politics that one of the two major parties will get to their national convention without an obvious nominee. Ed and other words. It'll be undecided and We may go more than one ballot until we see Who's going to be the Democratic nominee and I think doc Mike Bloomberg entering this election increases possibility? I agree now. I understand the new rules of Democratic Party. Maybe you think confirmed firmed us. Five hundred super delegates. Don't vote on the first ballot but if nobody wins the first ballot those five hundred super you delegates get to vote You're absolutely right. I don't know the number of the super delegates but you're absolutely right with the important point they don't don't vote on the first about the super delegates for your listeners..

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"joe lieberman" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"joe lieberman" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"The whole Russia thing I Hillary loving professor testified before a Senate committee said Google got Hillary as much as ten point four million votes videos of my face fellow Democrats not condemn all Marin to leaves antisemitism which we now know is rampant and burial and the house Majority Leader Steny Hoyer well he's mad because Ron Dermer the ambassador for Israel appeared to assure him that to leave in more would be permitted to visit Israel arm and by the way to lead was given a humanitarian visa if she wanted it and then decided after begging for it not to take it this is where top congressional staff present now that's it with Israel that's the nail in the coffin that's it per Dermer what's what's saving Dermer from what would have been an unprecedented humiliation of formal condom Nate what they're going to condemn him but not to leave an Omar we got mad twisted in this life I mean his counterpart David Friedman the ambassador to Israel what they're going to go after him to what happened to the Democratic Party of Joe Lieberman honestly you know so much from the if take news media does the magazine to a newspaper called the forward a leading voice in the Jewish community doesn't have any tolerance for anti semitism they're not buying this big democratic lie now not bad for the magazine the forward declared that the silence of the Democratic Party in the wake of yet another act of Omar Intel leave that exudes the order of antisemitism the left can no longer excuse its anti semitism that's from the forward me tell you some that takes a that that that is eight eight eight shift change correct where's Chuck Schumer for crying out loud you know where guys like alien angle Jerry Nadler where are they this is as outrageous to me I mean yeah the representative Zeldin settle Marin to leave all about weakening Israel our number one ally in.

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"joe lieberman" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"joe lieberman" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"I and I heart radio I set your alarm so not only will fellow Democrats not condemn all Marin to leaves antisemitism which we now know is rampant burial once the house Majority Leader Steny Hoyer well he's mad because Ron Dermer the ambassador for Israel appeared to assure him that to leave in a more would be permitted to visit Israel and by the way to leave was given a humanitarian visa if she wanted it and then decided after begging for it not to take it and this is where top congressional staffers and now that's it with Israel that's the nail in the coffin that's it for Dermer what's what's saving Dermer from what would have been an unprecedented humiliation of formal condom Nate what they're going to condemn him but not to leave but Mar we gotten that twisted in this life I mean his counterpart David Friedman the ambassador to Israel up what they're gonna go after him to what happened to the Democratic Party of Joe Lieberman honestly you know so much from the if take news media does the magazine of a newspaper called the forward a leading voice in the Jewish community doesn't have any tolerance for anti semitism they're not buying this big democratic lie now not bad for the magazine the forward declared that the silence of the Democratic Party in the wake of yet another act of Omar Intel leave that exudes the order of antisemitism the left can no longer excuse its anti semitism that's from the forward that is on that takes a that that that is eight eight eight shift a change for me where's Chuck Schumer for crying out loud you know where guys like Kelly an angle.

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"joe lieberman" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"joe lieberman" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Nineteen restrictions apply new business customers on this is where top congressional staffers at now that's it with Israel that's the nail in the coffin that's it for Dermer what's what's saving Dermer from what would have been an unprecedented humiliation of formal khanate what they're gonna condemn him but not to leave an Omar we gotten that twisted in this life I mean his counterpart David Friedman the ambassador to Israel up what they're going to go after him to what happened to the Democratic Party of Joe Lieberman honestly you know so much from the if the news media does the magazine of a newspaper called the forward a leading voice in the Jewish community doesn't have any tolerance for anti semitism they're not buying this big democratic lie no not bad for the magazine the forward declared that the silence of the Democratic Party in the wake of yet another act of Omar Intel leave that exudes the order of antisemitism the left can no longer excuse its anti semitism up from the forward me tell you some that takes them that that that is eight eight eight shift change correct where's Chuck Schumer for crying out loud you know we're guys like Kelly an angle Jerry Nadler where are they this is as outrageous to me I mean yeah the representative Zeldin settle Marin to leave all about weakening Israel our number one ally in the Middle East.

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"joe lieberman" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

12:54 min | 2 years ago

"joe lieberman" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Joe Lieberman, formerly of Connecticut, joins us very different Democratic Party that we're watching today versus the party. He was once a part of you. You think Donald Trump's doing a good job as president, will you consider voting for him in two thousand twenty? Would I consider it? Sure. I mean I haven't decided anything, it's too early agree with President Trump. When something's I disagree with them on others heads. A little like the profile of you and me. I mean, I don't agree that it was the way pulled us out of the climate change agreement, but a lot of the foreign policy, I think he's made America stronger. And look, you gotta say the economy is in good shape now and you gotta give you gotta give them as president. For you're going to get beaten up, just for saying he did anything good because if Donald Trump cured cancer, you have half the country that wants to impeach him over carrying cancer. This is what we got to get away from or we're never going to get we're not going to get together and be unified again as a country. You can't just be against somebody because he's the leader of the other party. It you gotta go issue by issue and some issues. I agree with the president. Some I don't. Well, you know, the thing is, I know he's not an establishment figure of Donald Trump was specifically elected to be a disruptor. I like class and is unique in the sense that every promise that he made originalists on the court or the biggest tax cuts in history, his deregulation promises when our energy independent for the first time in seventy five years, we're now a net exporter of energy. If we figure out cheaper and cheaper ways to get our energy to Europe. That's good for world's ability. People won't be dependent on the hostile regime of Putin in the hostile empire of Russia and similarly we don't have to go. Knocking on the door of countries in the Middle East, that hate our guts and control the prices of the lifeblood of our economy. So I see this as a win all the way around. He's kept a lot of his promises. You know, I think his in a way is problem is unconventionally is personally, she got a majority of the independent votes against Hillary Clinton in, in most of the reason polling he's, he's not a majority of them anymore, and it's because I think that they don't like tweets. They don't like the way he personalizes politics. But the problem is go before the Wisconsin primary those ABC Washington Post poll, and he was had a seventy three percent this approval rating now he didn't Wisconsin, but he wanted Indiana. And he went on to be president. I think he pulls like any conventional politician, as evidenced, by the election night, polls that showed he didn't win a single state in the country. And he went on to shock the world is not like any politician or political surly. Not any president. We've before I can tell you during the. Sixteen campaign since I would run into either people in congress today or governors people who serve with me. And we all say Donald Trump has said about fifteen things that have in any one of us has said it, and we're in the middle of a campaign, it would have been over. But somehow, now, part of the he goes on, and part of it, I think, is exactly what you said, particularly against Hillary Clinton, the public wanted to disrupt or the public was angry with the status quo. They wanted something different. They weren't sure how he'd be, but they knew he was different and they knew he'd had a record as a as a business executive. So in a way, a certain number of them, totally believed in them, and, and a certain other number decided it's worth the risk. And now he's got to come back next year. And convince those people. Historically, people vote for peace and prosperity. Are we better off than we were four years ago? I think the answer is obviously, yes, we have the lowest unemployment numbers since nineteen sixty nine record economic growth of the people that have most benefited from his economic policies record low unemployment for African Americans Hispanic Americans, Asian Americans women in the workplace, and yeah, he's classic any hits hard. But I think the American people like it when he's fighting on their behalf. I don't really see Joe Biden, if Joe Biden is the guy. I, I mean they're like hiding this guy because it almost seems like a Hillary redux here. And I don't see that Biden has the energy, the intellect, nor the, the charisma to, to take the stage away from Donald Trump. I don't see it. Well, I know Joe Biden a long time. He's a good human being it's early. We'll see. I mean somebody else may emerge and if it's somebody on the phone. Democrat party basically, in my opinion has no chance. And, and President Trump gets reelected, if they they go with somebody new. Who was center center left. It's going to be a heck of a battle and. Well. Send my best Haddassah you wonderful wife. She actually was in an audience of speech that I was given some time back, and I'm thinking I don't understand why she stays with this guy. It's, it's compassion. All right. Senator. Oh, God bless you. God bless you. Eight hundred nine four one Sean toll-free telephone number. You wanna be a part of the program. John, chicago. Really bad weakened violence, there over fifty people shot, why. We're not fixing this. I don't know. Local officials ought to be out mass. They ought to consult where Rudy Giuliani, because he took a murder rate from nearly three thousand a year and drove it down nearly only three hundred a year, John, how are you? Glad you called. Say that. I think it should be repeatedly said by Republicans as almost talking point that Mueller will not enter into court of law or testifying from congress, where his legally unverified, quote unquote evidence will come under former legal screwed into he needs to testify under oath until then everything from him. Rightfully be considered political theater. And that's about it. Let me let me tell you with all of this now on Raveling before the fake news, media, mobs is and the Democratic Party is, is, it's just funny to watch Adam Schiff, and the cowardly Schiff. And, and Gerald now daughter, same thing we've got so much so much evidence so much. It's, it's sold. It's overwhelming. Yes. What is it? They can't answer the question because there isn't any and we've had four separate investigation saying the exact same thing now at some point, and I think we're there it's a tipping point. And people see this is nothing more than political harassment of, of a sitting president. And then on the other side of it people think, you know what we didn't vote you into office to be lazy winning vote, you into office to play politics. We voted you into office to help make us safer more secure build. The economy, create opportunities and, and take care of. The needs of the people that you're supposed to be serving as a public servant, and that's all now. Factoring in big time. Anyway, thanks for the call. Let's get back to our phones as we say show. Hi, Sean, in South Carolina, Sean. How are you where are you in South Carolina? Anderson Greenville, nice nice part of the world. What's going on, sir? Coming out came out on Wednesday. You ran out on stage, didn't tell anybody who's coming out gave a five minute speech rain off stage. But when he when he gave that. The report is my testimony. So I'm confused is his statement that he gave on Wednesday. It any way contradicting is important. Yeah. Know what it did. Is it contradicted his past statements that he had made numerous times? I'm I'm telling you, what my guests here is, is that Muller's more checked out than anybody knows that he kind of handed it off to the liberal group of democratic lovers and donors around him. Probably the one big decision. He made is okay. Is there any collusion or conspiracy to collude that was fairly easily to determine and then they went through this, exercise, but basically, out of politics and continued on? And you know, looking in a taxi medallions loan applications and back taxes, but at the end of the day, there is no case for obstruction was no case for obstruction. There is no underlying crime. There was no intent and the fact that the president spoke out regularly and often about his innocence all that to me just proves his innocence, a number two. The fact that he had article to authority to fire Mueller or anybody else in this whole. Mess and didn't do it meant that he followed the procedure cooperated at the highest levels. Let everybody testified never invoked executive privilege, one and a half million documents even answered questions themselves. You know, so now that we have four determinations in the Democrats, now, want to relitigate, all of it, it is at this point harassment now. We can't forget also the guys like Eric Holder. Well, they didn't show up for their subpoenas, either, when they would call to testify, except Obama protected him with executive privilege. So the president now has will rightly say it's over. I've given you everything we've got. I've let you talk to every person around me. I've let you dig is deeply as you want, and go off any area, you want and Muller himself mother can't testify because mall, then has to answer tough questions. Jordan Nunez and, and meadows he's not going to be able to answer these questions. Well, and it's going to make him look. Partisan. Why did you hire the Clinton attorney? Why did you hire Andrew Weissmann? Why did you hire only Democrats? Why did when did you know there was no collusion? And why did you keep going? If your if your mandate allowed you to pretty much go in any direction, but was specifically designed about twenty sixteen influence outside influence. How do you possibly ignore the Hillary Clinton bought and paid for Russian dossier, which we know was disseminated to the American people through leaks to the media, which we know is used as a base of Pfizer court application by on the Trump campaign. So he doesn't have good answers. He's never going to testify, my guess is never and I doubt that Nadler and company will end up holding him in contempt. And I believe at some point, even the media will realize the well as run, dry, it's over. And then they'll just move onto taxes, and then they'll move on to some other fake conspiracy theory about Donald. Trump and, and, and again, they'll wind up empty pretty sick and pretty sad, but we need to get those right? That's the most important thing. Thank you. Tom in Texas. Tom. How are you? Sean. I'm fine. How are you today? Good, sir. I just wanted to say that you're considering that Mahler knew there was no collusion very early after his appointment. I agree. He's other shut it down and closed. His office of mmediately right at that moment. And I think the only reason he continued was the cultivate, understandable, indignation, and call them structure. Sounds like entrapment to me. Look, I think a lot of I, I'm gonna tell you something, I, I am aghast. Now that we know that the deputy director McCabe calls got a call from general Flynn, four days into the job and the FBI guys, coming to talk to general Flynn. And he asked specifically do I need an attorney and the answer was given back. No and Komi then bragging that he sent his agents into a chaotic Trump White House on day. Four took full advantage of the chaos, which, by the way is pretty typical in any administration..

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"joe lieberman" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"joe lieberman" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"You've always had that problem with anti semitism. He headed for a long time. Now when you have people taking pictures with minister Farrakhan, Congressional Black caucus refusing to the announcement is the Farrakhan you got a problem is not a rise of anti-semitism in the house of representatives. There's a rise of antisemitic behavior and activity and violence in the country. No, you've had there's no rise. They're probably been there for a very long period of time. You haven't talked about it. Here's a Joe Lieberman. The former Senator from Connecticut said or that's just not true. There's a fortunately in my opinion, there is broad bipartisan support for strong US-Israel relationship and for our fellow democracy. Israel later people object to specific is really policies, that's appropriate in our democracy or tyrants. Went Omar said was not just a reason disagreement with the policies of the Israeli government. It was just plain anti semitic going back to raising questions of dual loyalty of of Jewish money is it's deeply offensive. I was said of people when I speak that I feel blessed to have been born in American. I love this country. That is the typical reaction of American Jews a lot of American Jews and Christians also profoundly. Support Israel, but that's not at role in conflict with our devotion. I to go. No, no, Senator Ilan, Omar just didn't fully understand the weight of the word. She used and Nancy Pelosi is confident that her words were not based on any anti semitic attitudes. Maybe an anti semitic words, but words unnecessarily mean attitude understand how advocates come in with their Suzy Azam's. But when you cross that threshold into congress your words way much more than when you're shouting somebody outside, and I feel confident that her words for not based on any anti-semitic attitude, but that she didn't have a full appreciation of how they landed on other people where this these words have a history and a cultural impact that may have been unknown to her. May become preeminent. He's expected to have enthusiasms. Enthusiasms? Enthusiasms? Cory Booker didn't have any enthusiasm for answering. The question about Ilan, Omar during a press conference..

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"joe lieberman" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"joe lieberman" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"Independent Senator Joe Lieberman says battle Virginia. Governor Ralph northern should not resign after a racist photo from a medical school yearbook emerged today. I mean, I think there's a rush to judgment that. I is unfair to him one. He says he wasn't in that picture too. I think we ought to fairly ask him. Did. He know the picture was on his page of the yearbook, and then three really ought to be judged in the context of his whole life Lieberman is in the minority. There is a growing chorus for northern to resign from within his own Democratic Party another tense day in Venezuela. Correspondent ISIS warez reports. A number of European nations have joined the US and recognizing one Widodo as the legitimate president and calling a nNcholas Maduro to step down. We've had the UK France Germany Portugal. Spain among many other European countries. Throwing that support behind the thirty five year old national assembly Nita, one Guido, adding, of course, more pressure to Nicolas Madura to either call four parliamentary call for presidential elections scifis Nicole for parliamentary elections or really step aside rapper Twenty-one savage whose musical persona revolves heavily around the drug. And gang life. He purportedly weathered coming up on the east side of Atlanta is according to Weiss British and in this country illegally more from correspondent, Nick Valencia, twenty one savage, a huge musical talent and very big name here in the city of Atlanta. And according to a law enforcement source with knowledge of his arrest. Twenty-one savage wasn't even the intended target of the arrests on Sunday morning. He was with another rapper who was the target of a criminal arrest. Once law enforcement did a background check on Twenty-one savage realized his immigration status. He was taken into custody and transferred into ice custody. General Motors has begun the layoffs have about forty three hundred white collar workers. The Dow up thirty one points. I'm Mike Morris. Selling.

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"joe lieberman" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

09:08 min | 2 years ago

"joe lieberman" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Okay. So one of the people that was at congressman or congress person to leaves swearing in ceremony and a private dinner with the entire family was a boss Hamadeh Abbass has said things like Hamas Islamic Jihad in Gaza congratulate and celebrate the heroic operations carried out by Hezbollah a terrorist organization, by the way, Jewish groups whining about removal of HAMAs from the terrorist list. Suck it up. Then Yahoo is comparing HAMAs a Palestinian Palestinian national liberation movement to ISIS. Hello happy birthday to the most honorable Arab Muslim leader in our lifetime Nasrallah. So this guy is kind of out there on the edge and everybody's kicking up dust about it. But is this really any surprise coming from the new Democratic Party, the Democratic Party is about as far left as you can possibly get and out of step? And here's here's where I really kind of want to focus on this for a while the the parties have just become organizations for people's pet projects. So in other words, you might you might disagree with abortion, and you don't want to fund Planned Parenthood. Well, there's one organization that you can go to that's going to fight they say to stop it. And that is the Republican party if you are for abortion, all the way up until birth or beyond. You can go to the Democratic Party. But that doesn't mean we're in lockstep with everything else. Those the edges of the party. But those are the only things the parties are talking about because they're super serving these, hyper political edges, and they're the edges that the Democrats have gone to. I think if the American democrat the voter in America really would look at what their party has welcomed in and become they would realize they are way out of step with them. As voters we've been saying for years and years and years and years, and I know the audience felt this as well. The democrat party has become more and more extreme more and more liberal. And all those times we've been saying that we now know we were right because there is extensive studies on this now, and there's a new one out talking about the split between liberals, moderates and conservatives within the Democratic Party. And a lot of times we say like remember back. Back in the Clinton days and Bill Clinton. Meaning like they've were different. Like, they were they would make these arguments about the of small government is over. Bill Clinton said the democratic president said the the big government is a small area era Arabic government is over. So look back looking back now to that era back to one thousand nine hundred eighty four you see the split between liberals conservatives and moderates in the Democratic Party in thousand nine hundred it was twenty five percent conservative twenty five percent of Democratic Party, consider themselves conservative Democrats, forty eight percent consider themselves. Moderate Democrats and twenty five percent considered themselves Liberal, Democrats, stop and think about that just for a second an equal percentage of Democrats kids Senator selves liberal as conservative linear wack, they're back. Then was progressive. Yeah. So, you know, progressive is what they meant back then by saying liberal, so only twenty five percent of the Democratic Party would have considered themselves a progressive. Do you think about that? That's the hardcore. Right. Those are the people who would say, yeah. You know, what I'm all for government healthcare. I'm all. All for Bernie Sanders. Bernie Sanders group. So that was only twenty five percent of the Democratic Party. But there's a twenty five percent consider themselves to be conservative. Right. So that might be someone who is Joe Lieberman. Joe Lieberman, bright somebody who was a hawk on defense was a Haakon kind of spendings for the Democrats. Sometimes they'd be pro life, even though they agreed with big programs, and there isn't group there at one point. And that was you know, a quarter of the party. So those things have changed. Okay. How much so conservatives who were twenty five percent of the Democratic Party? Now are twelve no way so more and that ain't it hard to believe frame. That's that's I mean, if you look at the Democrats to about twelve percent approve of Trump right about that era area. So there are some people who consider themselves Democrats, whether this is an old family sort of like brand that they had for back in the day, and they still consider themselves conservative. This party. Yes. These are the party the party. This is not the voter. These are the people in Washington. This is the this is everyone who's in the party. So if you're a democrat or give you declare a democrat who you are. Okay. So you're not an independent leans democrat. But a democratic person. And that's you know, I don't have the country. Okay. So turn twenty five to twelve that's something to not just brush over. You've got the people who consider themselves conservative already in more than half. A second is moderate now. Moderate was forty eight percent of the party a full half of the party considering to moderate Democrats today. It's only a third from forty eight to thirty three percent while a significant drop. Now, those two things would indicate to you that perhaps liberals have gone up, and you're going to be surprised to hear that. That's true liberals which were twenty five percent of the party back in the mid nineties are now fifty one percent of the party more than half of the party. Now considers themselves to be liberal now. Obviously to conservatives probably every democrat. Liberal to you. But there's a different choice of saying. About yourself. Right. Like, you're identifying. Yeah. I'm out there. Right. I'm I'm as far left as you can get your saying. I am going for the universal healthcare. I am going for all these giant programs and all the tax increases, and this is a Cossio Cortez. Having the parties now identifying themselves, and it's interesting to see how that happens because it happened two different ways. One way is the liberal point is winning out among the democratic people. They're sitting there, and they're looking you know, what we used to be sure we used to be we used to triangulate and we used to try to move to the middle and windows, but I don't like that that didn't work. We gotta go more liberal that could be part of it. Right. The other part of it is though the voters who were conservative and who were moderate are leaving and are becoming independent. You're forty five percent is not on the Cortez. Forty five percent of that party are not on that train. They may be here and there on certain programs and cetera et cetera. But they don't consider themselves. That's a huge number inside of the party. Yeah. And again, I think this goes too. So. Reportings to this is why the parties have become more extreme, but the American people haven't necessarily. Well, no, I mean, this is the American people. It is the only five percent are leaving the Democratic Party or would like another choice because they're not a Cossio Cortes. I think the the the interesting thing to look at here. And we'll know this Morris as time goes on are these people who I think it's both I think people who were moderate Democrats before. And we're in the Democratic Party have been there for a long time have decided we want essentially Bernie Sanders, but probably a younger more tracking package. They're saying, you know, what I just don't want to deal with. I don't believe this moderate thing works anymore. They become liberal and conservatives maybe have become moderate or liberal in that party. The other thing though, is people who were conservatives. It's no longer a place to stand. If you're a conservative democrat, how can you possibly belong to that organization anymore? How can you possibly be surrounded by people like a Cossio Cortez people who'd like Tom Perez who were saying, hey, Akhazia Cortez is the future of our party? And if you are pro life, we want you out right like so people are leaving, and they're becoming moderates, and they may still vote for Democrats, but they're becoming less and less attached to Democrats because what they see there is a growing group of the furthest left vote voters and people in control getting the absolute grasp on the party. And when it's fifty one percent that are liberal. That's why you're seeing these candidates like Tulsi Gabbard think that they can come out and be competitive. So so I want you to look at something for want. I want to show you some numbers here and show the breakdown of Trump and the loss of Hillary and see if you can actually make the case with numbers, you're a numbers guy. But see how you can make this case this I think clarifies a long shot of the last election just that poll if you look at it and you make some. Suppositions on what happened to the, you know, the democratic voter if that's who they are it explains the last election without even going in to the Republican party one.

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"joe lieberman" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"joe lieberman" Discussed on The Young Turks

"Because today on the day that he's, you know, giving this unsolicited garbage Ned Lamont who beat him in a primary was was inaugurated as governor of Connecticut. So there's just Justice Justice. Let's just note. I mean Joe Lieberman. Is taking us seriously as a democrat when he is not a democrat. So now people say that about Bernie Sanders, but Bernie Sanders has always caucus with Democrats, and it's to the left or Democrats. Whereas Joe Lieberman ran against the democrat in his last Senate campaign. So he lost the Democratic Party. Mary did not accept the results of the democratic voters and said the hell with the Democratic Party. I'm going to run as an independent and then won that race. Okay. Look, I don't have a problem with that. I believe in primaries. I believe in general elections, I believe in democracy, but don't come here. And tell me how good a democrat. You are. And then he came in and endorse. John McCain and guess Barack Obama in two thousand eight I don't think he's taken seriously as a democrat first of all I don't think he's taken seriously except by very sort of middle of the road, McCain Republicans, and that's it. So I don't think he's taken seriously as a democrat. I think he that he threw all that away with the mechanic doors. So last things here a couple of Alaska's because I just can't love them. Enough Kerr tritter democrat of Oregon said. She's nuhere. Feeling your way around. She doesn't understand how the place works yet. And I thought exactly thank God for that. Okay. The people wear never understood how it should work. Yeah. I mean, what do you guys? Understood it in did what you understood. And did what I don't know what you did. So I don't want to get into a whole thing. Like, no. You don't understand how hard it was the past Romney care when we had overwhelming majorities. Okay. So I don't want her to learn the old ways. None of us want her to learn the old ways where you just sit on your ass, and basically do nothing and certainly don't fly progressive priorities. And finally Nydia Velazquez from democrat of New York. She says he's reaching out to customers as they've talked. Let's assume good intent here. But she she I don't agree with her philosophy. So there shouldn't be a litmus test in every district. Nobody's saying there is except for don't take or pack money because that means are you honest or not, okay. In our opinion. She says she should think twice about across the Cortes in the future before backing. Primaries against colleagues, but she just wanna primary. So that makes sense, by the way was also wanna primary against the democrat. But it's convenient the once they get in. You're like, oh, no more primaries because I already got my power. Where's that bridge? We've gotta burn it down right away already cross it. So now cusick is not doing that. It's driving them crazy. And she here's a direct quote from Velazquez Washington is a political animal where a lot of the work that you want accomplished depends on relationships within the democratic caucus other speed team player played ball here and the honeymoon between the voters that you represent and yourself could be short one people want to see results. First of all what results? Have you guys brought second of all she is fighting for results. You can't tell her shut up and be quiet, your freshman congresswoman, and at the same time results was your results. She's just going to select committee agreed new deal. When when did you do that? No. I mean, I can't remember a freshman congressman of either party congressperson of either party coming in and getting a select committee because she requested it ever so already she has results, and what you guys are afraid of. And you partly saying in this article is my God, she might actually get us to do progress priorities who which all of us, say, exactly. So if you don't like it that's a sad day for you. But this is your new reality. Yeah. We gotta take a break. But one more story probably after that. We'll be right back. We hope you're enjoying this free clip from the young Turks. If you want to get the whole show and more exclusive content while supporting independent media become a member of TY T dot com slash join today. In the meantime, enjoy this freezing..

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44 former senators warn of threats to democracy as Mueller probe nears conclusion

WBZ Morning News

00:44 sec | 3 years ago

44 former senators warn of threats to democracy as Mueller probe nears conclusion

"Forty four former senators from across the nation and both sides of the aisle. Have endorsed a joint op Ed piece in today's Washington Post, urging current lawmakers to place country, democracy and national interest above all else. The list includes Massachusetts, senators, John Kerry and Paul Kirk names. William Cohen, and Connecticut's. Joe lieberman. Chris Dodd and Lowell Weicker. It reads in part, we are on the eve of the conclusion of special counsel Muller's investigation. And the houses commencement of investigations of the president and his administration, regardless of party affiliation. As former members of this great body, we urge current and future senators to be steadfast and zealous guardians of our democracy by insuring that partisanship or self interest. Not replace national

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"joe lieberman" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"joe lieberman" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"And he would carry the Republicans message and everything suddenly became bipartisan because Joe Lieberman. Was you know, willing to sign on with John McCain and now Joe Lieberman? I think is like literally. Offering. He's a little bit mad about Ned Lamont. Because Ned Lamont was the guy who knocked them out of the box. But he was I think offering to help in the transition or something schlitz, he is Allah, whatever that category is Jewish. He's from Connecticut. Terrible person almost in some respects worse. I mean because you know. Because allders. Gadfly was just got right. Exactly. He's doing his job is a lawyer. I understand that. But but Joe Lieberman. I mean, I I'm biased because I the depth of my dislike of Joe Lieberman. Is is I think greater than anything else? I could ever sess Martin from Connecticut. Mark green. No, Mark up there too. But, but but member station. No jury anyways out. Public advocate. We was also I was considering endorser. I went to college. And I remember seeing ads. Joe Lieberman standing in front of the highways talking about how the tolls are gone. And he was attorney general he had nothing to do with the tolls being, but he was that type of guy. Yeah. And so yeah, that's how you became. Hey that was where it started. That was that's an interesting thing to be. I was Joey more than any Joe Lieberman skeptical at that point. Okay. And then back during the war. It was basically the woman. I mean, he's real trend, and he also likes I read a piece when he retired. I'm sorry. She wouldn't she Leyla. I can't there's another temple this people thought that she'll Layla was. Going to get destroyed. Well, it's her charisma it. Well, she only early on in the race. Look, really bad. Now. I bet you Donna Shalala is benefiting significantly from a guilt. I I think that she was somebody who people were very worried about three to six months ago. People are very concerned that she Layla was just not campaigning. Well, I have a slightly funny story. I was an flight last year before she knows running. And I the woman next me looked exactly like dommage Layla, and she was talking about politics, and she had like things like on her screen that we're like DNC, blah, and I was talking to her and. The hold her time. We talk to each other as if she were Donna Shalala, and then the end of the conversation, she did work for the DNC. And that's why she acted like she knew me, and she was not Donna Shalala. And and then I said, well, so nice seeing you Donna. And then she's like who. And then she said, she's always people always think that she's honestly though. So it was like a two hour flight where I was talking to Donald. Coen brothers movie, and it was actually just like a complete imposter now in someone nothing to do with the NC or anything very strange is never been in a situation like that before Fidel cashflow on the I end. That's good. I liked that one Indiana not over yet. Fort, Wayne, Gary, Evansville, and Indianapolis still not fully in Joe from Raleigh on the IM's. Let's split times mean. Having great news in North Carolina. Democrats winning all North Carolina supreme court and court of appeals. That's big Linda Coleman speeding the courts in North Carolina that white Republican congressman George holding in the Raleigh era. Looks on the thing in the North Carolina general assembly, we shall see. It's early yet. That's hard one Tennessee you. You me bear trip voted in Vernon Connecticut today waited for half an hour and never before..

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"joe lieberman" Discussed on Katie Couric

Katie Couric

04:17 min | 3 years ago

"joe lieberman" Discussed on Katie Couric

"Congratulations shed on a black fleece and a black miniskirt and she was just stunning and charming and charismatic. And I talked her for a minute. And then I said, excuse me, and I walked out and Steve follow me out and he said, what? What do you think? And I said, oh. She's great. She seems great. And he says, he's, there's a couple of things. It's it's not going to be smooth. And I said why? He said, well, you know, the daughter's pregnant and I said, oh, okay, nice that she's sixteen I said, okay. And then he and he said, you know what? He gave me a couple of other red flags, and I said, what would be I'm sure a workout and she was, you know, she was a surprise to me as she was a surprise to the country, a surprise to Wallace because she knew who McCain's first choice for vice president actually was. The idea was that McCain was going to go out in and he was going to say, Barack Obama is a good man, and I think he's gonna be president of the United States someday, but not yet. He he's not ready. We have some serious problems in this country and then say, I'm seventy two years old. I spent every hour of my adult life in service to the country. And if the American people, so honor me with it. I, I have one last mission for that mission. I've asked a great American, a great member of the Democratic Party to stand with me Senator Joe Lieberman. I'm going to serve one term only and we thought we had a chance with that. How close did you come? We made me mad. We came extremely close. You might recall Joe Lieberman was besties which on McCain Annalong with Senator Lindsey, Graham, they were called the three amigos. Graham was so excited about the Lieberman idea. He just couldn't keep it to himself. So what happened was Lindsay, Graham floated this idea out at a meeting somewhere in South Carolina with a lot of hard core conservatives. And you know the answer was predictable and literally within hours, you know, President Bush had called rove had called, you Rush Limbaugh called Hannity, and so you know, we said, can't do it. So. Clear, but for Lindsey grams leak, the ticket would have been McCain and Lieberman hundred percent. There would have been on happiness. There may have been controlled rioting, but I think we would have gotten a through. So the base of the party was having none of Joe Lieberman, but John McCain was still ready to do something big and bold. Was this a real hail Mary? Yeah, for sure. He, he felt like there was this little sliver of the electorate that might be available people that that that had been really hungry for female candidate, Hillary Clinton and I, you know, I wouldn't. I wouldn't lay it all on that. I think there were a lot of things about Sarah Palin that appealed to John McCain the maverick, but but certainly putting a woman on the ticket, it turned out to be important to him money selected her. Meanwhile, the Obama campaign learned of the choice as they wrapped up their convention. Here's Obama chief strategist, David Axelrod. We got on the plane leaving Denver the campaign plane, and I got on my blackberry, which is what we were carrying at the time. The news that Sarah Palin had been chosen as the running mate. And when you got that news, what was your reaction? I was surprised we had been doing research on, I think seven potential running mates for John McCain. She was not one of them. I really didn't know that much about her. I, I will say, I went up to the front of the plane and I grabbed Obama and I, I told him, you know, he's big, Sarah, Palin and fine. Ran over a after a while. What's going on. And I told him, and he said, who'd Sarah Palin. Yeah. I remember Senator Obama saying in his analytical way now. That's very interesting. Why do you think he did that?.

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Trump needs Canada deal, or any deal really

Joe Pags

00:25 sec | 3 years ago

Trump needs Canada deal, or any deal really

"Weekend President Trump needs, to get an update a trade deal with, Canada and, Mexico says, ABC, news political. Analyst Matthew dowd a former republican strategists this is why most of his voters voted for me was the art of the deal guy right and so he hasn't gotten to deal with north korea he hasn't gotten a deal with iran he hasn't gotten a deal in the middle east he hasn't gotten a deal on trade and now he doesn't have a deal yet on nafta so this to me is the president has to get something done because it's the second most vulnerable

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Deadly shooting at Madden 19 Video Game Tournament in Jacksonville

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

04:13 min | 3 years ago

Deadly shooting at Madden 19 Video Game Tournament in Jacksonville

"Of and then, there was this horrible story that happened on Sunday in Florida at a mall. An outside mall there was a Madden NFL nineteen video game tournament. Being played at the waterfront shopping and dining area when somebody came in and Three other people and wounded others who apparently was A participant in the tournament his name was David Katz investigators believe that he is the guy who. Is connected to this and then he, killed himself so what? Was it that led this this thing to. Happen and that is the. Big question that, looms he was upset at losing as I, said he was a, participant was attending the. Competition took his own life but the exact motive nobody knows for sure the The FBI is on, hand ATF agents etc there, are a lot of people that are trying to figure this. Out and piece it, all together including. He was from. Baltimore they're trying, to piece something back back in Baltimore as to what could possibly have happened and how he you know how he got to Jacksonville and the weapon, and all that kind of. Kind of stuff and. Of course as these things go would a rehearing oh it was a nice guy not so nice. To kill innocent people at a video, tournament and as I? Said multiple pull fatalities it was shocking and. It happened I guess about. One thirty in, the afternoon on a Sunday when cops were, called to shooting at, Chicago pizza was the. Mall restaurant hosting the tourney And when they came they, saw three people that were dead including the gunman so three. People eleven more we're, taking a local. Hospitals nine with. Gunshot wounds to, injured while running because people were running they were locking themselves in places and again it goes to that whole motive thing as what could that possibly The what would drive him to to do that and and that's all. Happening and of. Course video gaming, is incredibly incredibly popular the tournaments are all different sizes and there are people who are gamers who make millions of dollars the Jacksonville event was a regional. Qualifier for the October final in Vegas top prize for that. Twenty five grand and, its players really train hard for this, they're considered professionals. As I said five figures. Can be very common and, this is streamed live and the audience on twitch can reach up. To three hundred eighty million people. On twitch, streaming you could hear the gunshots in the background and the the Yeah there was a guess, at one point there was a razor red laser dot briefly that was on a competitor sweatshirt before the camera angles switch back to. The, video, game and then those dozen gunshots rang out was, that, competitor hit or not. There were people, who were in the room who. Said they heard this pop sound, the seemed it was gunshots and they just thought to run there. Was another gamer who said he was just eighteen setup bullet hit him in the thumb and he tweeted out life can be cut short in the second. I'll never take. Anything for granted, and that was it they you know he ran down the the street so they're trying to piece it together and figure out what a possible motive could. Be in this scenario for this for this David Katz

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Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner Reach Divorce Settlement

Kim Komando

00:20 sec | 3 years ago

Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner Reach Divorce Settlement

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"joe lieberman" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"joe lieberman" Discussed on Pod Save America

"The pod. You'll hear a conversation with students from parkland, Florida and Chicago. We're now traveling the country register voters and push the country to act on reducing gun violence. We'll also be talking pod, save the people's during McKesson about his new book. Reggie checking out very exciting, love it. How was love it or leave it? We had one of my favorite look. They're all great. There's never been a bad one hard to pick a favorite, but this was one of my favorite episodes. We've recorded a long time. Long, it's a high bar. You just sat there scoping the praise here, how long? I would say it's definitely one of my favorite episodes in the last six months. Good. We had fantastic acids a great conversation. Great games. I yelled about your Lieberman for a solid fifteen minutes which we did cut down for your benefits and they've some for today. I never run out. It's a perpetual angry. Joe Lieberman machine. How many jokes? Zero zero. That's the first one. Cool. Check. I love it or leave it. Tell me what what about the world? Well, John future me is gonna talk with Jason resign who's a journalist, the Washington Post who was imprisoned in Iran for very long time. He's back in in DC. He got out, but we're gonna talk about Trump's crazy tweets, and then we're gonna check in with Mike McFaul who may or may not be in the process being rendered back to Russia by Donald Trump and John Bolton, and the cascade of assholes who work in his administration. Stay tuned. And the latest chapter of the wilderness out chapter five, the backlash explore race and politics in America will be doing that in chapter five in chapter six. So go, check it out. Are you in favor of the backlash? Where do you come down on? I am. I've come out against the backlash after quite a bit of thought and exploration. Any backlash to the episode. Not that I've seen yet. It's early. That'd be a little. All right. Let's get to the news at the end of a week where the world was left to wonder whether the president of the United States has been compromised by hostile foreign power. That's right. It's a sentence that I just said here in two thousand eighteen Donald Trump, invited Russian President Vladimir Putin to the White House this fall, and then spent the weekend doing some good old fashioned rage tweeting where he once again, claimed that Russian interference in our election was nothing more than a hoax. Quote. So President Obama knew about Russia before the election. Why did he do something about it? Why didn't he tell her campaign? Because it's all a big hoax. That's why any thought crooked Hillary was going to win. So guys, we have lots of other news discuss from the weekend today, but I don't want to just breeze pass this. It seems pretty clear that Trump meant exactly what he said during the press conference with Ladimir Putin. Yes, yes think, yeah. Well, so back the walk back. Ford. He walked it back. I mean, he got a little too much credit. We talked about this. He got a little too much credit for his initial walk back because midway through reading the prepared remarks like a hostage where he said that actually, I don't think Dan Coats is a mental patient, and I trust our intelligence community and not bladder Putin. He threw in, but it could have been anybody he could have been, Amy, couldn't stop himself from throwing in the. He walked it back in the initial walk back already. And this is just taking it to its logical conclusion. Tommy, do we often invite leaders of hostile, foreign governments who've attacked our elections to the White House. You see a lot of value in that. No, you're probably not going to get a lot done. You also you don't often invite a foreign head of state who you just met with accomplishing. Absolutely nothing for a follow up on your agenda meeting where you did some soft treason, maybe and no one really knows what happened and it's it's not just a libs who were surprised about this believe the news was broken to Dan Coats. The director of national intelligence by Andrew Mitchell during an interview on Friday. And I think he said something like, excuse me, no, listen, Dan was exactly where he should be, which was sitting in Aspen on stage. Andrew Mitchell were great thought leaders are it's important for the head of the DNA to be there in Aspen, on a stage where ideas not working ideas are flourishing..

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"joe lieberman" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"joe lieberman" Discussed on Pod Save America

"The pod. You'll hear a conversation with students from parkland, Florida and Chicago. We're now traveling the country register voters and push the country to act on reducing gun violence. We'll also be talking pod, save the people's during McKesson about his new book. Reggie checking out very exciting, love it. How was love it or leave it? We had one of my favorite look. They're all great. There's never been a bad one hard to pick a favorite, but this was one of my favorite episodes. We've recorded a long time. Long, it's a high bar. You just sat there scoping the praise here, how long? I would say it's definitely one of my favorite episodes in the last six months. Good. We had fantastic acids a great conversation. Great games. I yelled about your Lieberman for a solid fifteen minutes which we did cut down for your benefits and they've some for today. I never run out. It's a perpetual angry. Joe Lieberman machine. How many jokes? Zero zero. That's the first one. Cool. Check. I love it or leave it. Tell me what what about the world? Well, John future me is gonna talk with Jason resign who's a journalist, the Washington Post who was imprisoned in Iran for very long time. He's back in in DC. He got out, but we're gonna talk about Trump's crazy tweets, and then we're gonna check in with Mike McFaul who may or may not be in the process being rendered back to Russia by Donald Trump and John Bolton, and the cascade of assholes who work in his administration. Stay tuned. And the latest chapter of the wilderness out chapter five, the backlash explore race and politics in America will be doing that in chapter five in chapter six. So go, check it out. Are you in favor of the backlash? Where do you come down on? I am. I've come out against the backlash after quite a bit of thought and exploration. Any backlash to the episode. Not that I've seen yet. It's early. That'd be a little. All right. Let's get to the news at the end of a week where the world was left to wonder whether the president of the United States has been compromised by hostile foreign power. That's right. It's a sentence that I just said here in two thousand eighteen Donald Trump, invited Russian President Vladimir Putin to the White House this fall, and then spent the weekend doing some good old fashioned rage tweeting where he once again, claimed that Russian interference in our election was nothing more than a hoax. Quote. So President Obama knew about Russia before the election. Why did he do something about it? Why didn't he tell her campaign? Because it's all a big hoax. That's why any thought crooked Hillary was going to win. So guys, we have lots of other news discuss from the weekend today, but I don't want to just breeze pass this. It seems pretty clear that Trump meant exactly what he said during the press conference with Ladimir Putin. Yes, yes think, yeah. Well, so back the walk back. Ford. He walked it back. I mean, he got a little too much credit. We talked about this. He got a little too much credit for his initial walk back because midway through reading the prepared remarks like a hostage where he said that actually, I don't think Dan Coats is a mental patient, and I trust our intelligence community and not bladder Putin. He threw in, but it could have been anybody he could have been, Amy, couldn't stop himself from throwing in the. He walked it back in the initial walk back already. And this is just taking it to its logical conclusion. Tommy, do we often invite leaders of hostile, foreign governments who've attacked our elections to the White House. You see a lot of value in that. No, you're probably not going to get a lot done. You also you don't often invite a foreign head of state who you just met with accomplishing. Absolutely nothing for a follow up on your agenda meeting where you did some soft treason, maybe and no one really knows what happened and it's it's not just a libs who were surprised about this believe the news was broken to Dan Coats. The director of national intelligence by Andrew Mitchell during an interview on Friday. And I think he said something like, excuse me, no, listen, Dan was exactly where he should be, which was sitting in Aspen on stage. Andrew Mitchell were great thought leaders are it's important for the head of the DNA to be there in Aspen, on a stage where ideas not working ideas are flourishing..

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"joe lieberman" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

Lovett or Leave It

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"joe lieberman" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

"On our introductory rant wheel. We have lent on Joe Lieberman Joe Lieberman, Joe Lieberman, Joe Lieberman, Joe Lieberman, Joe Lieberman, etc. Can we spin it. The its formality. Landed on. Joe Lieberman. How many of you are for millions Joe Lieberman. How many of you saw that? He wrote an op-ed in paper, the Wall Street Journal. How many people saw him. I'm actually genuinely curious. Have you saw say something making noise if you didn't see it? Okay. Okay. Okay. And you guys are news animals, so that's good sign. So anyway, Joe Lieberman former vice presidential candidate, former Senator from Connecticut, former democrat, turned independent because he lost his primary and said, I still want to do it. I lost. I know I'm just gonna keep running and then he won all come on. So he wrote an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal saying that Alexander Causey Ochoa TEZ is someone who could be dangerous for congress for the Democratic Party and for America because she is quote out of the mainstream and quote, you should all read it. It's it's a piece of shit. So the reason this bothers me, it bothers me obviously because he's encouraging Joe Crowley, who lost the democratic primary to run on the working families line of the ballot that he happened to win and possibly divide Democrats and risk the seat because he'd rather lose the seat, see someone who's leftist win, which tells you a lot about Joe Lieberman, but what is also going about it is the idea that Joe Lieberman is going to tell us what's outside of the mainstream. And I say that because a Qazi Cortez is an advocate for Medicare for all Medicare for all is one of the most popular policies that you can pull it polls with a majority in forty two states. It is a it is supported by a majority of the people in that state. It is more popular than ObamaCare. It is more popular than repealing ObamaCare. Both positions we would have to concede are mainstream. It is one of the position of the mainstream Democratic Party, the others position of what we used to call the Republican party, but has become. Something else. Here's what Joe Lieberman did when Joe Lieberman was in the mainstream. If you remember when there was a debate about ObamaCare, there was a question as to whether or not they would be a public option where people would be able to opt out of the private system and buy into Medicare. Now, a lot of people blamed, Joe Lieberman personally, for killing the public option. That's actually not fair. Things are worse than that. It was actually a quiet group of Democrats together, killed the public option, sort of like a murder on the Orient Express situation, right? Like nobody wanted to do the deed, but one by one, they went into the room and kill the public option. That's also spoiler from earlier on the Orient Express. But you can't spoil books that were written in eighteen hundreds. We can't have a conversation. But here's what Joe Lieberman did do personally. So after the public option was killed from ObamaCare, there was a compromise proposal. Now, of course, ObamaCare is a compromise, and the public option is a compromise. So this was a compromise on a compromise on a compromise and the compromise compromise compromise was that near seniors? People fifty. Five and older would be allowed to buy Medicare. I'm sorry, we're going to the details, but to me, this is one of the most galling despicable things a person's ever done. And I will repeat this till the day. I. The Medicare in fifty five plus. So what that means is near seniors can buy into a public option. My parents would have loved to have this. They were counting down the days till they were eligible for Medicare because their premiums are going up because they were older and people that are nearing retirement are sicker require more medical care than younger people because your bodies are falling apart because of the vicissitudes of Lucien and it really sucks. Not one part of us gets better and that's the deal. I don't make the rules. I wish I did. I wish I did. It'd be better. They'd be different rules. I don't know how much different but different. The Medicare buyin is exactly the kind of thing that a moderate like Joe Lieberman should support. It was fiscally responsible. It was practical itself, a problem. It was.

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"joe lieberman" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

Lovett or Leave It

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"joe lieberman" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

"On our introductory rant wheel. We have lent on Joe Lieberman Joe Lieberman, Joe Lieberman, Joe Lieberman, Joe Lieberman, Joe Lieberman, etc. Can we spin it. The its formality. Landed on. Joe Lieberman. How many of you are for millions Joe Lieberman. How many of you saw that? He wrote an op-ed in paper, the Wall Street Journal. How many people saw him. I'm actually genuinely curious. Have you saw say something making noise if you didn't see it? Okay. Okay. Okay. And you guys are news animals, so that's good sign. So anyway, Joe Lieberman former vice presidential candidate, former Senator from Connecticut, former democrat, turned independent because he lost his primary and said, I still want to do it. I lost. I know I'm just gonna keep running and then he won all come on. So he wrote an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal saying that Alexander Causey Ochoa TEZ is someone who could be dangerous for congress for the Democratic Party and for America because she is quote out of the mainstream and quote, you should all read it. It's it's a piece of shit. So the reason this bothers me, it bothers me obviously because he's encouraging Joe Crowley, who lost the democratic primary to run on the working families line of the ballot that he happened to win and possibly divide Democrats and risk the seat because he'd rather lose the seat, see someone who's leftist win, which tells you a lot about Joe Lieberman, but what is also going about it is the idea that Joe Lieberman is going to tell us what's outside of the mainstream. And I say that because a Qazi Cortez is an advocate for Medicare for all Medicare for all is one of the most popular policies that you can pull it polls with a majority in forty two states. It is a it is supported by a majority of the people in that state. It is more popular than ObamaCare. It is more popular than repealing ObamaCare. Both positions we would have to concede are mainstream. It is one of the position of the mainstream Democratic Party, the others position of what we used to call the Republican party, but has become. Something else. Here's what Joe Lieberman did when Joe Lieberman was in the mainstream. If you remember when there was a debate about ObamaCare, there was a question as to whether or not they would be a public option where people would be able to opt out of the private system and buy into Medicare. Now, a lot of people blamed, Joe Lieberman personally, for killing the public option. That's actually not fair. Things are worse than that. It was actually a quiet group of Democrats together, killed the public option, sort of like a murder on the Orient Express situation, right? Like nobody wanted to do the deed, but one by one, they went into the room and kill the public option. That's also spoiler from earlier on the Orient Express. But you can't spoil books that were written in eighteen hundreds. We can't have a conversation. But here's what Joe Lieberman did do personally. So after the public option was killed from ObamaCare, there was a compromise proposal. Now, of course, ObamaCare is a compromise, and the public option is a compromise. So this was a compromise on a compromise on a compromise and the compromise compromise compromise was that near seniors? People fifty. Five and older would be allowed to buy Medicare. I'm sorry, we're going to the details, but to me, this is one of the most galling despicable things a person's ever done. And I will repeat this till the day. I. The Medicare in fifty five plus. So what that means is near seniors can buy into a public option. My parents would have loved to have this. They were counting down the days till they were eligible for Medicare because their premiums are going up because they were older and people that are nearing retirement are sicker require more medical care than younger people because your bodies are falling apart because of the vicissitudes of Lucien and it really sucks. Not one part of us gets better and that's the deal. I don't make the rules. I wish I did. I wish I did. It'd be better. They'd be different rules. I don't know how much different but different. The Medicare buyin is exactly the kind of thing that a moderate like Joe Lieberman should support. It was fiscally responsible. It was practical itself, a problem. It was.

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Hawaii volcano eruption could blast fridge-sized boulders, ash into the air

The Dave Ramsey Show

02:06 min | 3 years ago

Hawaii volcano eruption could blast fridge-sized boulders, ash into the air

"Lonnie swertz a mistrial was declared last month i do arizona supreme court ruling finds that employers cannot be found liable in cases where people contracting cancer from bestest dust brought home on parents work clothes the case comes after the twenty thirteen negligence case brought on by ernest kiro rose junior he died of cancer a year later his father worked at reynolds metal company the daughter of arizona senator john mccain is reacted to white house aide kelly sadler who dismissed the senator as quote dying anyway after his opposition to cia director nominee gina hospital megan mccain addressed that comment on abc's the view this morning i don't they're working on that would be acceptable and then you come to work the next day and still have a job and that's all i have to say about last night mccain's wife cindy said via twitter that sadler told sadler quote may i remind you my husband has a family seven children and five grandchildren and quote meanwhile mccain's former running mate is way again on a recent report that mccain wishes he would have picked former connecticut senator joe lieberman as his running mate in the twenty eight in the two thousand eight presidential race sarah palin tolls tells msnbc that's sad if it's true without any regrets kind of peace and contentment also to be able to back on the citizens of things the way that they're suppose you work out palin also says she's always had a lot of respect for mccain's maverick nature and his accomplishments figs may soon be getting worse on hawaii's big island amid warnings that the killer way of volcano could sent boulders rocks and ashes into the air around its summit jessica ferrick cain with hawaii volcanoes national park says that's why they're shutting the park down again the lava lake has soaked down so far that it's going to interact with the groundwater possibly when that happens we can have a very explosive steam eruption here at the summit days after declaring a state of.

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Sen. John McCain visited by friends and family after surgery

02:20 min | 3 years ago

Sen. John McCain visited by friends and family after surgery

"President's newest lawyer called on the carpet by his boss to get it straight is clarifying why a payment was made to adult film star stormy daniels rudy giuliani says it was an effort to protect the trump family from a false allegation iran's president says his administration is not responsible for the blocking of the popular messaging app telegram in iran npr's peter kenyon reports that president hassan rohani described the move as the opposite of democracy ruhani posted to social media that the blocking of telegram in iran was a decision made at the highest levels of the system and he made clear that he opposes the move his post said quote the filtering and blocking of telegram was not carried out by the government which does not approve of it millions of iranians used telegram to share messages videos and news the app has been blamed by authorities for enabling widespread protests around the country late last year ruhani's been struggling against hardline forces in iran who were seen as closely aligned with supreme leader tole ali khamenei peter kenyon npr news istanbul eighty one year old senator john mccain recovering from brain cancer surgery at his our zona ranch so far the one time gop presidential candidate has been unable to return to the senate as he continues treatment visitors have included senate colleagues past and present including joe biden joe lieberman and lindsey graham this is npr news in washington from k q e d news i'm queen kim the city of fremont has eliminated sex ed in the fourth through sixth grades which is basically subject they've been teaching for decades kiki dee santia dirk reports of the decision came after months of debate about the curriculum schools aren't required by state law to teach sex ed until seven seventh grade but if they decide to teach it earlier they're required to teach certain subjects it's more inclusive of lgbt christine too is a middle school science teacher in fremont she says you're also required to teach students about consent and sexual abuse too but a vocal group of parents don't think schools should be teaching those sensitive topics to fourth fifth and sixth grade students whatever your value system is you will want your children to adhere to your value system that's parent terry top.

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McCain gets visits from friends, family after surgery - News - Sarasota Herald-Tribune

00:34 sec | 3 years ago

McCain gets visits from friends, family after surgery - News - Sarasota Herald-Tribune

"Cancer treatment and surgery for an intestinal infection last month mccain who is eighty one hoped to return to the senate where he has served since nineteen eightyseven visitors include the former vice president joe biden who sat with mccain for ninety minutes on sunday senator lindsey graham of south carolina and retired connecticut senator joe lieberman visited mccain at the mayo clinic two weeks ago coming up next massachusetts congresswoman katherine clark delivers this week's democratic address wbz news time seven zero three it's traffic.

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"joe lieberman" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"joe lieberman" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"Stance in why frank and was called on to resign and why you see the rnc and president trump still backing roy more not to mention blake fared hold in congress for that matter who used taxpayer money to settle a sex harassment complaint from one of his former staffers dear you're so right where senator joe lieberman is concerned she started with sexual assault in the us military and reporting procedures and chain of command and if you think about it it's the same issues writ large now for all of congress a jonathan the two parties are dealing with this you could say differently i heard democrats today on television calling conyers and franken and affect human sacrifices because they need to have the moral ground do you by that i think that they are trying to get to the moral high ground on this as indira points out there are many more women in the democratic caucuses in the senate and house i think what happened for the democrats as it became with their own constituents and certainly with the women in their caucuses it became much more politically painful for them to stand by al franken and john conyers than it was to abandon them and i think that the the morality and the politics shearer inner twined in a way that they really can't be sort of disembark he waited right so i i think in order to have the moral high ground or in order that the political high ground they have to feel that they have the moral high ground sometimes occasionally the political high ground and the moral high ground are actually the same thing so indira this is the tough question what are you looking for next how broad does this get and what's the chance that innocent lives get entangled in this.

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"joe lieberman" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"joe lieberman" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"You know ranging again and again sincerity who cares really it's what they do ultimately uh but in terms of what they can do with this point they're beginning to ranging from the establishment of the democrats through to the uh the left edges of at least the a democratic party um they're getting the message what they do with it but you know we'll see but it's the rhetoric at you know look there's a fundamental difference in the rhetoric from where we are today them over were fifteen years ago and you and i both know document tonight even climbing close i mean could teen years ago i mean again i i if he if he had switched parties of time i would tell you to john mccain could have been the democratic nominee for president 2004 yup you know i mean that's what the democratic party was joe lieberman was a potential option it's it's it's not and that's what people have to remember because again if you get to frustrated and you run over to to join the the the fringe jill stein folks you're not helping sightings i mean just not you know stay with stay working within a movement that brought that that biggest goes from democrats to to independent were bernie is and and the rhetoric is moving to the left and so we're poll so's polling on numerous uh many of these issues you know we just there's a lot of institutional barriers because of the way our country was founded and because of the out of control right wing media that frankly we allowed to happen in many other things is discussed on the show.

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