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US Judge in Nevada: Felony Deportation Law Unconstitutional

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 3 months ago

US Judge in Nevada: Felony Deportation Law Unconstitutional

"A federal judge in Nevada has issued a ruling on deportations that could potentially impact many U. S. immigration cases U. S. district judge Moran did you a migrant herself from Vietnam found that a criminal law surrounding deportations making it a felony to try to return to the US is unconstitutional the judge says section thirteen twenty six is based on racist nativist roots and discriminates against Mexican and Latin next people the judge's forty three page order dismisses the criminal indictment of Gustavo Carrillo pets who was arrested in Nevada in twenty nineteen after having been deported ten years earlier although prosecutors could appeal former HUD secretary Julian Castro says he doubts the justice department would want to defend the law with quote an incredibly racist history I'm Jackie Quinn

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"julian castro" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"julian castro" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

"Secretary Castro. . Thank you so so much for being here I'm such a huge fan of yours I think besides the fact that you're just awesome it's so interesting to me because you've worn so many different hats in your career. . Mayor Hud Secretary Author presidential candidate what has been in your opinion the most important lesson that you've taken from all of these different jobs that you've had. . I think the most important lesson I've taken is that we can actually make good positive change in people's lives by participating in the democratic process I grew up with a mom who was an activist she was part of the Mexican American Civil Rights Movement. . She was a hell raiser when she was young, , she got activists and from her I really took the idea that progress takes time but you can. . Make progress if you keep pushing and pushing and do everything that we should do get out there and Organiz boat take on big interest too often get their way so I'd say my biggest lesson has been if you keep at it, , you can make good positive change in people's lives. . It's interesting because I have actually been thinking a lot about this very thing in regards to activism which feels like. . It is about I. . Don't know maybe ninety, , eight, percent , heartache and disappointment. . That's true. . Right and two percent maybe glory but even the two percent of glorious like just little incremental thing that keeps you going but I think it's so interesting when you think about those whose shoulders that we stand on right on how a lot of them didn't really get to see what they were fighting for come into fruition like I think about Alice Paul who wrote the equal rights amendment and that was nineteen twenty-three that she wrote that and here we are however many years later. . and. . We're still trying to make that happen. So . I feel nowadays, , you sort of just have to be comfortable planting the seed and maybe never ever seen it grow into a tree and that has to be okay. . I think we're so results oriented. . We want immediate gratification. So . I think it's especially hard to know that we're potentially just planting seeds that we may never see come into fruition and I'm just starting to realize that after thirty years of activism. . That's absolutely true I think of people in. . Different generations who worked hard to get our country to live up to its greatest ideals or people around the world whose oftentimes worked and even harsh circumstances were even more equality who didn't get to see the fruits of their labor. . The double curse there or unfairness is that not only did they work very hard to plant those seeds and make progress. . But oftentimes, , as you know our history books don't tell their stories people studying in high school or a of times even college you know and. . Take any number of movements whether it was the LGBTQ movement, , the Civil Rights Movement the women's rights movement to oftentimes those stories aren't told. . Well, , you've just launched a new podcast called our America. . We you tell us a little bit about it. . I tell me about the name I WanNa know what our America means to you to me are America's speaks to the America that we are and most importantly the America that I think we can become I'm doing this podcast because over the last six years. . On the road everywhere I think I've traveled to over one hundred different communities, , big and small. . States and I heard a tremendous number of stories from people who are struggling. . We're striving some of them, , reaching their dreams many of them not, , but struggling to do so and I wanted to tell their stories and a realistic but also hopeful way in a humanizing way and in the context of a conversation with the listener about how we can actually improve things how we can make America uneven better country well, , one. . Of your persistent and defining messages as about making the American dream accessible to everyone what is the American dream? ? Now that's a great question. . I'd like to think that today the American dream is not only material right because for a long time, , the shorthand version of the American dream was owning a home and owning a car, , and hopefully our notion of the American dream involves some measure of success but also of happiness. . The first time in American history the majority of parents do not think that their kids will be better off than they were. . This is true of rich and poor men and women. . Now some of you might hear this and feel sad. . After America is deeply invested in this idea of economic transcendence that every generation kind of leapfrogs the one before it earning more buying more being more. . We've exported this dream all over the world. . So kids in Brazil and China and even Cana inherit our insatiable expectation for more. . Being able to attain that, , which makes you happy for some people that's owning a home in owning the car for other folks, , and that's not quite as important. . But there are other ways that they wanna be fulfilled being able to pursue the career that they want spend no time in a productive way like they want to time with their family any number of things I think that we'll have matured as a nation when. . Our. . Notion of the American dream goes beyond just the material things and to a notion of that which fulfils us and makes us happy. .

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Julián Castro endorses Elizabeth Warren for president after ending his own campaign

Overnight re-air of day's programming

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

Julián Castro endorses Elizabeth Warren for president after ending his own campaign

"Just days after ending his presidential campaign Democrat Julia and Castro former housing secretary in the Obama administration announced on Twitter that he is endorsing senator Elizabeth Warren for president the two will appear together Tuesday in Brooklyn at a

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Julián Castro endorses Elizabeth Warren for president after ending his own campaign

Mike Slater

00:12 sec | 2 years ago

Julián Castro endorses Elizabeth Warren for president after ending his own campaign

"Poll Julian Castro has now endorsed senator Warren for the democratic presidential nomination following the suspension of his own campaign and senator Warren says it's reasonable to question president trump's killing of consensual money as a distraction from his Senate

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Julián Castro endorses Elizabeth Warren for president after ending his own campaign

Mark Larson

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Julián Castro endorses Elizabeth Warren for president after ending his own campaign

"Michael Bloomberg rises to a tie for third place with Elizabeth Warren at six percent behind Bosnian burning in the latest Iowa poll fully on Castro has now endorsed senator Warren for the democratic presidential nomination following the suspension of his own campaign and senator Warren says it's reasonable to question president trump's killing of Qasem Soleimani as a distraction from his Senate

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Julián Castro Suspends Presidential Campaign

World News Tonight with David Muir

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Julián Castro Suspends Presidential Campaign

"With a heavy heart and with profound gratitude that I will suspend my campaign for President Castro. The only major ager Latino candidate has been outspoken about the increasing lack of diversity. They need to create a presidential primary system that actually really reflects the diversity of this country and of this party just over a month left until the Iowa caucuses. The remaining candidates barnstorming the state and releasing their latest fundraising fundraising numbers Bernie Sanders raising a whopping thirty. Four point five million in the last quarter P Buddha judge taking twenty four point seven million while former Vice President Joe Oh Biden having his best quarter with twenty two point seven million but for the campaign season still lagging far behind those rivals. Do you think you've raised enough money.

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Julián Castro ends presidential campaignA

Atlanta's Evening News and Rick Erickson

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Julián Castro ends presidential campaignA

"Another democratic candidates dropped out of the presidential race today we want to get the conversation on so many important issues in this right Julian Castro announcing the decision on his Twitter feed via video earlier today he had not made the cut for the next debate his poll numbers his fundraising numbers too

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Texas Democrat Julián Castro Ends 2020 Campaign For President

Mark Levin

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Texas Democrat Julián Castro Ends 2020 Campaign For President

"Texas Democrat Julian Castro ending is run for president moving on Castro made the announcement in a video posted to social media by determined that it simply isn't part so today it's with a heavy heart and with profound gratitude but I will suspend my campaign for president the former San Antonio mayor who was the only Latino when the rates struggle to surpass around one percent in the polls and was reportedly running low on

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Julián Castro drops out of presidential race

Mike Slater

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Julián Castro drops out of presidential race

"Julian Castro has dropped out of the democratic presidential race the only Latino candidate in the race Castro champion progressive policies but did not find his footing in the polls often holding on it one or two percent also showing signs of dropping out Marianne Williamson who just laid off for entire campaign

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Here's how much each 2020 candidate raised in the 4th quarter

WBZ Midday News

01:22 min | 2 years ago

Here's how much each 2020 candidate raised in the 4th quarter

"At a whopping war chest for presidential candidate Bernie Sanders a Vermont Democrat raising thirty four and a half million in the final quarter of last year mayor Pete raising twenty four point seven Andrew Yang raising sixteen and a half CBS political analyst Larry Sabato says Sanders numbers here for fund raising puts him in position to compete with pretty much any other candidate except for the billionaires who joined lakes the only candidates he wouldn't be able to compete with our Michael Bloomberg and Tom sire because they're billionaires and they're essentially spending their own fortunes but I think among the candidates raising money there's no question that that Sanders is the winner also today Julian Castro dropped out of the twenty twenty presidential race saying he suspending his campaign so how much is the incumbent rains for his reelection bid here's ABC's Karen Travers with that president trump's reelection campaign announced it raised forty six million dollars in the last quarter of twenty nineteen its biggest hall so far the campaign says it has just over one hundred two million dollars in cash on hand setting up the president with a massive war chest ahead of this year's election campaign says that forty six million dollar figure does not include funds raised by the RNC or any authorized chewing fundraising

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Julián Castro drops out of presidential race

Rush Limbaugh

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Julián Castro drops out of presidential race

"The democratic presidential field has one fewer Canada today former Obama housing secretary who Julian Castro has taken out of the race today it's with a heavy heart with profound gratitude that I will suspend my campaign for president thanks for all of our full to not to made phone calls to native told their friends and family about our bold vision would in a video on his Twitter feed Castro says he was proud of all of his campaign had

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Democrat Julián Castro drops out of 2020 presidential race

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Democrat Julián Castro drops out of 2020 presidential race

"Julian Castro who served as housing secretary in the Obama administration is ending his bid for the democratic presidential nomination I determined that it simply isn't our top so today it's with a heavy heart and with profound gratitude but I will suspend my campaign for press with his campaign low on money Castro was drawing support of only around one percent in polls and he had failed to qualify for recent democratic debates the forty five year old Castro a former mayor of San Antonio Texas was the only Latino in the race hi Mike Rossio

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Democratic debate: Everything you need to know

Ray Appleton

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Democratic debate: Everything you need to know

"Hill the democratic hopefuls in Los Angeles for the final debate of twenty nineteen Jim reports former vice president Joe Biden centers Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren and Amy clover Charmaine people engaging businessman Andrew Yang and Tom style are all made the cut and noticeably mostly quite line up senator Cory Booker and former hud secretary Julian Castro did not make the cut both have been critical about some of those onstage being able to connect with voters of color even with Joe Biden doing well among black voters at this time there will most likely be a United front when it comes to impeachment that's where it ends though all try and separate themselves on other issues such as the hot button issue of

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"julian castro" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

08:49 min | 2 years ago

"julian castro" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Kevin derail workers yeah I oh my god that is awful that is that is so off now they want to change the rules to to allow Julian Castro Cory Booker to be a part of the next debate if they have a next debate let me think about this if I'm watching this right and I'm seeing that they may not do something I would go and totally wherever they're going to do the next they try to make sure you're totally unionized to get everybody there do you need ice or else or else nothing so we'll see what what takes place if there is going to be one I don't think so and member of this is already moved from UCLA to Merriam out because you sell I was having issues when it came to union and nonunion employees and the whole nine yards of this are we gonna move so they moved here and now this may not happen that's a win to close to Christmas impeachments everywhere that feels like a win to me three two three five three eight twenty four to events and shows your Twitter the rich with ME so this story last week you had a a a a reporter young reporter who got slapped on the bike while doing a live hit as ever call in the business for like a fun run in in Georgia and then she became like she was everywhere right and she was just destroyed she said oh my god this guy took away my power you know like okay whatever maybe stupid it was asinine he came out apologize now we've got an update the man accused of slapping WSAV reporter Alex was are she and on the rear has now been arrested Thomas Callaway turned himself and he is charged with sexual battery I do not see her facial reaction as I just kept on running and if I did see your facial reaction I would have been embarrassed and I was stopped turned around and went back and apologize to work Calloway was released on a thirteen hundred dollar bond Alex's attorney Gloria Allred says Alex is looking for to justice in this case or a producer Phil just want to ask you some first of all you hear that were those words Gloria Allred and you roll your eyes secondly when you hear the word justice over about slap what goes through your mind all right yeah yeah that's about all I and look what he did was stupid does it rise to the level of sexual assault or battery are we really doing this right are you that much of a victim I mean what I saw our first of all she was everywhere but she was all over the place talking about this like all this is this is this is this is this is bad it's it's it's it's this or is that in all my and he took my power and trying to get my power back and I'm thinking to myself are you wait what first of all no if you if you gave him your power if a bot slap is all it takes to steal your power your life is going to be very very tough I'm not saying it was right I think we all know was wrong it was stupid but I do not think he set out that morning I'm a slap on the **** and this is gonna be great I think it was something to spur of the moment and asinine we all agree with that but at some point in time I like this is what we're doing now all my lord I've taken away so much from her I don't want to have never intended to I want to listen to her to find out what I can do to make things better for her and not just for her for every single one and you're an amazing woman from what I've gathered I did not mean to do this I apologize this was not right this is not a good thing to do it was an awful mistake and I am very sorry and I look forward to the opportunity to sit down and meet you and tell you in person and I'm sorry you're not gonna be able to because you are evil I'm not trying to but yeah I am template because I think it's stupid right I think it's dumb I think it's stupid I think you you you at some point in time this is where you wonder why we look around and say is this is this is this for real well Chad this is ME two world they're real issues out there that need to be dealt with right there are real bad actors out there this is a guy who did something stupid in the spur of the moment he didn't root for your he didn't rape her hitting his laughter but I get it was wrong and stupid and but now what we do with it right so put in jail for for five days right we make him lose his job we we we we definitely hash tag me too big red letters everywhere we make sure we never works again maybe we can drive image the suicide to make a point because you felt you were robbed of something are you kidding me are you know I I think it's ridiculous I do and the fact that we've been talking about women we should have this big meeting and insistence what is this big meeting in which no it's look if you're gonna give him your power which is what you said he took my power away I've had more women roll their eyes when they heard that and and it's we got me text me or people I've I've I've done like you know you go into radio hits it and just say this is I find this to be stupid what he did was and we can all agree was stupid it was wrong it was stupid we move on with ourselves I mean if somebody came in our days slap my **** I would laugh move on with my we'll check your different why my different about six years ago I was in a situation where a co worker did something very very bad to the point where if I did that to her I could have been arrested I reported it nothing happened and I whistle blowing and this was not our first issue got in trouble for they took away some of my reasons sponsors because they were hers my my power it was ridiculous Israel your eyes you move on why because she's big minor make money maker for the company this before my showed on national done anything like that you live with it you will I don't know what her life is like in the past I'm just saying at some point in time cooler heads not prevail or we passed that point now where it's like this is this is what we're doing I mean please read that he said my god what's going to happen one day you give hope to somebody when they give you a hug we're already there we're past that point we're past that point well past that point and we're moving on to something else and I know what that's gonna look like still look like robots he soon ladies you don't have to worry about man we're going to build all the robots we need you can have your robots other people have their robots and we want to have to talk anymore it'll be great right that'll be great let me go three two three five three twenty four twenty three at Javits shows your Twitter for rich with ME so it remember last week what is what we're talking about James Bond elicited some point in time this got to stop yeah we yeah the jays my because they're they're people pushing for James Bond three woman I said it can't be a woman I got people blast me yes you can we can't be a woman it just can't something should not right something Sir absolutely okay that is you're now trying to appeal to a certain audience based out of fear for political correctness and you're willing to blow up a certain portion of your brand because you think it's the necessary thing to do no sometimes you just go you know what is James Bond right he's he's James Bond he's a guy that's it there yet we're moving off in case close end of story at some point in time and there's a lot of great spies that are women right lot of cool movies but at some point in time is like no this is this is what it is and we can all move on from the not everything needs to be woke to be enjoyed by everybody but man I got to push back help Gary Michael tell me how James Bond James body is is is more of a feeling it's no it's James Bond the franchise could you imagine if Jason we decided to chase chasing a Michael Myers are could be Jason Michael it's gonna be Linda and Carol.

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'Police Violence Is Also Gun Violence' Says Julian Castro, Arguing Against Mandatory Gun Buybacks

Glenn Beck

01:29 min | 2 years ago

'Police Violence Is Also Gun Violence' Says Julian Castro, Arguing Against Mandatory Gun Buybacks

"Last night for the presidential debate in Westerville it marked a change in focus as candidates look to challenge to front runner Elizabeth Warren and move on to a new target and our debate in Houston he would long time with no mention whatsoever of Donald Trump the candidates wanted to focus on what they would do an attack their rivals in this race you can no longer ignore Donald Trump the impeachment view print and Corey is center here and trump was very much fun center in this debate and CBC senior White House correspondent Jonathan Karl reporting from Washington or mark by killing cancer was the most tweeted remark at last night's debate the former hud secretary arguing against mandatory gun buybacks brought up the recent shooting in Texas of a black woman who was shot by a white police officer performing a welfare check our cops showed up at two in the morning at our house we she was playing video games with her met with her nephew he didn't even announce himself and within four seconds he shot her and killed her through her whole window she was in her own home Castro said quote I'm not going to give these police officers another reason to go door to door in certain communities because police violence is also gun violence and quote the Ohio Republican Party chairwoman says a candidate's largely ignored the current booming economy in champion redistribution of wealth they're working in the politics and the everyone a single one of those candidates last night in the debate we're talking about taking money from hard working Americans taking it to Washington DC and the redistributing that money as they see fit Jane Tim can talk in a six ten WTVN still Riley this morning she adds the ideas of socialism tele by many of the candidates would cripple the

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Biden says ‘I’m for Barack’ at Democratic debate

The Lead with Jake Tapper

01:51 min | 2 years ago

Biden says ‘I’m for Barack’ at Democratic debate

"The Democratic Debate in Houston last night proved at least one thing the two thousand twenty primary fight is likely to go the distance driven by deep deep divisions about how far left the party is willing to go front and center is healthcare and whether to expand on Obamacare as Biden is proposing. I know that the senator says she's for Bernie. I'm for Barack. I think the obamacare worked or to follow the lead of Senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren by dramatically dramatically overhauling the healthcare system with Medicare for all plan while Sanders says taxes on the middle class would increase but be offset by lower overall healthcare cost Warren declined to answer that politically sensitive question the richest individuals and the biggest corporations are going to pay more and middle-class families families are going to pay less. That's how this is going to work to Senator Amy Klobuchar sounding the alarm about the wisdom of abolishing private health insurance and while Bernie wrote the bill I read the bill and on page eight page eight of bill it says is that we will no longer have private insurance as we know it and that means one hundred and forty nine million Americans will no longer be able to have their current insurance so certainly a deep discussion of healthcare. Jason did not settle anything at all in fact it just expose the deep divisions that do exist assist inside the Democratic Party but Joe Biden for his part is downplaying that moment with Castro at a fundraiser earlier in Houston. One donor tells me the former vice president didn't bring ended up at all but he did make a bit of a joke when people attack him. It doesn't turn out that well for them but jake the question is how will turn out for Joe Biden. He's still leading this race but he had some challenges as well last

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"julian castro" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"julian castro" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"You just two minutes ago that they would have to. you said they would have. you for getting what you. that whole line. are you may meeting you forgot what you said just two minutes ago is a rehearsed line that was planned in advance so he can call Joe Biden old man without calling I'm an old man is that tech Howard. do you see if you want to do it if you want to throw the punch Mister vice president. you've done a great service for your country. but Sir nobody should trust you on the campaign trail. you don't remember what you just said on many occasions you don't remember of the person you're talking to on many occasions you jump subject to subject you fumble you you stutter we simply can't have this against Donald Trump you need to drop out of this race right now Sir your not ready for primetime. that's how you deal with it what Julian Castro did is powerfully garbage. he looked at the guys said okay I'll take your word he'll turn it this way bom bom now I get to use my wind that's dumb Bagheri. and that's why he had a bad night. that's why I had a bad night where he was successful. the line that was successful was when people judge was clutching as pearls and saying why we all be. this is one way to becoming unwatchable. everybody of what they cannot stand about Washington during points against each other okay needed each other and tell each other that that you're my plan your plan look we all that's.

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Julian Castro: Like most Americans, I don't know what to believe anymore

State of the Union with Jake Tapper

04:03 min | 2 years ago

Julian Castro: Like most Americans, I don't know what to believe anymore

"Me now is democratic presidential candidate and former hud secretary houlihan castro secretary castro. I want to ask you about president trump and his decision to at least temporarily call off peace talks with the taliban at camp david. You've said you want to withdraw. US troops from afghanistan. What do you make of it all. This is another bizarre episode jake for two reasons first of all. I i think like most americans. I don't know what to believe anymore. That comes out of the mouth or the tweet of this president folks will remember that just a few days ago a he said that he had been in touch with china apparently in order to try and calm the markets and staff later said that that wasn't the case and and <hes> the way he tweeted this out still looking for confirmation that an actual physical trip to camp david was planned <hes> but if it was if it had been planned that's bizarre as well because even though i do support a negotiated political settlement there that will increase stability and make sure that afghanistan is not used as a base of terrorist operations. It's very odd odd to invite a terrorist organization like that to camp david. That's not in keeping with the way that the united states negotiates <hes> and i draw a straight line between this and the fact that he has elevated kim jong hoon with three summits now even though in the first summit the singapore summit kim jong hoon promise that north korea would give to the united states and inventory of its weapons so that we could use that as the basis for future negotiations. They never did that and still at the same time there was a second summit and a third summit on so this is the worst president when it comes to negotiating. I think that we've had in a very long time. It's another bizarre episode. It's more of his erratic behavior that people are tired tov and that's one of the reasons. I believe that he's going to lose in two thousand twenty. The president has spent a lot of time in the last week trying to insist that his tweet a week ago today today in which he told people in alabama and other states but the incorrect information was alabama that the storm hurricane during was going to hit them much harder than had been predicted. That was not true. According to the experts at the time the national oceanic and atmospheric administration put out a statement i think on friday which disputed its own scientists and weather experts backup. The president's claim that alabama would likely be hit much harder than anticipated. What did you think of that look. Those organizations are supposed to be independent neutral all scientific organizations that don't play politics. That's what we want them to be under the trump administration whether it's them or it's folks will remember the national park service after the national park service on the very first day of this administration they put out that photo that showed that his crowd size at the inauguration was not what he claimed and he tried to browbeat then <hes> this is a president that steps all over <hes> the the traditional role of chief executive when it comes to these organizations and what happens is you compromise the trust that supposed what's the exists between their work and the american public and so it's a real embarrassment yeah. I wish i could say that. I hope this president is going to not do that again. Dan but again it's it's the same radic behavior destructive behavior <hes> that is <hes> d- professionalizing the the government of the united states of america and turning us into a banana republic little by little.

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10 Democrats set for next debate as several others miss cut

Rush Limbaugh

02:49 min | 2 years ago

10 Democrats set for next debate as several others miss cut

"Alright here is that the the ten candidates who qualified for the debate obviously the qualifications are a mystery to everybody and that's something that tells you Gabbard was frustrated about yesterday when she was talking to Tucker on fox so here it is Joe Biden he's the the is the not the oldest guy but pretty darn close him in him and Bernie there the crusty old white guys that are tied in the polls a Joe was wealthier so you got Joe Biden Cory Booker he Spartacus jag he's the you know that guy at Julian Castro he's delusion all camallo Harris sorry camallo you've you blew your chance but she's fun to watch right Amy clovers sure Amy clover sure is Josh calming to listen to I mean her views to the ideology doesn't make sense but she's very calming I was listening to her speech on C. span last week she was giving some speech and she's just very relaxing she's very relaxing she's not angry and bitter like so much of the left has become Beto o'rourke now he's probably I think he is going to be the top bill is far as the comedy goes I think some of the other people be the opening act but when it comes to solid comedy you cannot touch Beto or Andrew **** Yang you can't touch of she got and your Yang Elizabeth Warren Bernie Sanders Beto o'rourke any clover shar camallo Harris Julian Castro people reject Cory Booker and Joe Biden so those are the ten for September twelfth the other thirty one fifty two or whatever I don't even know some of their names anymore but just so you know the top three polling Weiss they're all around twenty percent and this is a great way to remember it because the Democrats are young and energetic and hip and a very progressive forward thinking so it makes total sense that there are three top candidates are all at least seventy white and rich so just remember you got to Lizabeth warned who is younger than my parents so again Jake she's not here she's seventy sh Sanders is gonna be seventy six I think in ten days happy Happy Birthday Happy Birthday crazy Einstein and last but not least Joe

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Kirsten Gillibrand drops out of the 2020 presidential race

KDWN Programming

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Kirsten Gillibrand drops out of the 2020 presidential race

"The next democratic presidential debate will feature just ten candidates half the number of qualified for the first round of debates this summer and the field is smaller New York senator Kirsten Gillibrand who failed to make the cut announced she's dropping out of the primary race those who qualified for September's debate Joe Biden Cory Booker people to judge Julian Castro Kamel I Harris eighty club which are Beto o'rourke Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren and Andrew

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Kirsten Gillibrand drops out of the 2020 presidential race

KDWN Programming

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Kirsten Gillibrand drops out of the 2020 presidential race

"The next democratic presidential debate will feature just ten candidates half the number of qualified for the first round of debates this summer and the field is smaller New York senator Kirsten Gillibrand who failed to make the cut announced she's dropping out of the primary race those who qualify for September's debate Joe Biden Cory Booker people to judge Julian Castro Kamel Heris AB club which are Beto o'rourke Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren and Andrew

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"julian castro" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

06:37 min | 2 years ago

"julian castro" Discussed on 600 WREC

"All the candidates and we'll see what the voters say again i said we have a deep bench and people today everybody that was tom perez from the d._n._c. last night commenting on the first half of the first debates for the democrat party the first ten competing last night in the second group of ten and not necessarily in polling data but they split the groups up in to to last night and the second group will be from eight until ten o'clock tonight also on n._b._c. and democrats are competing for the white house and this was in miami and this is the first such end of the presidential primary season several candidates focused on the economy and promised to make it work for everyone here's your morning montage including elizabeth warren former hud secretary julian castro beryl rock and cory booker government when you've got an autonomy does great for those with money and isn't doing great for everyone else that is corruption pure and simple we need to call it out we need to attack it head on and we need to make structural change in our government in our economy and in our country several things starting with something we should have done a long time ago which is to pass the equal rights amendment and also pursued legislation so that women are paid equal pay for equal work in this country this economy has got to work for everyone and right now we know that it isn't and it's going to take all of us coming together to make sure that it does nestle almost inquiry what persona exit all this day when it comes to antitrust law what i will do is number one appoint judges that will enforce it number two have d._o._j. and federal trade commission that will go to the processes necessary to check this kind of corporate concentration wow press one for english that was on n._b._c. courtesy of n._b._c. news debate last night trump Rich people. Climate change, and what else? Those are pretty much the bogeyman last night. Those are the bad guys. last night and i think julian castro even said that a transgender person has the right to an abortion last night i think hey there were some interesting stuff in that you may want to go back and check out some of that last night again that's from n._b._c. news and there'll be more tonight joe biden bernie sanders and a whole host of others they'll be ten up on the stage this evening in miami florida as part of the twenty twenty debate season the debate season now getting underway so very interesting by the way also the supreme court should be wrapping up and issuing its final opinions of this term and some major cases here's fox's grenell scott five opinions remained to be handed down to concern major political district gerrymandering cases in north carolina and maryland yet another will address whether a question about citizenship status can be asked by the commerce depa on the twenty twenty cents swore in addition rulings are expected in mitchell v wisconsin a case looking at the constitutionality of state law allowing blood to be drawn from an unconscious drunk driver and carpenter v murphy which looks at whether the state of oklahoma has legal jurisdiction on what still could be classified as native american land girl scott fox news we'll keep an eye on that also this week spring court struck down a tennessee law that made it more difficult for people moving into tennessee to get into the liquor sales the supreme court voted seventy two yesterday in a ruling that a state requirement that somebody lives in tennessee for two years to be eligible for a licensed to sell liquor they said that violates the constitution there was a family that suit it moved to memphis because of their daughters disability and a national chain with a couple of hundred liquor stores in in a couple of dozen states and they put up a long fight to get a license to operate their liquor store on union avenue kimber wanted spirits by the way they moved to memphis back in two thousand sixteen for for better medical care for their child and once they made the move the state denied their application saying that they had to live in tennessee for two years and the family now lives in they've lived in memphis obviously now for more than two you're so they would have been eligible to operate no matter what the ruling is but what that does lay the groundwork for somebody that is now just moving into to the sea so they stuck with it even though they could have waited that out and then just dropped it thinking well we're eligible they went ahead and did that i guess that would be on the behalf of future liquor store owner so i guess hey raise a glass all right coming up we've got judy gammon is going to be joining us this morning on memphis morning news and we've got usually a an interesting topic of the week with judy and this week it is absolutely no different this week judy it's going to be talking about noise what about all the noise we we listen to stuff and we hear stuff it seems like we need about four or five or six years to be able to catch everything that's going on around us with ambient noise and other things weren't talked to judy about that we're taught to join lipman little bit later on this morning about a project called girls on the run memphis and we're gonna talk about impacting midsouth youth coming up at six forty five and they're actually looking for some volunteers and you you might be well suited for that so make sure you listen up and find out if this might be a good fit for you heidi schaffer joins us next hour seth dense and talks about prescription drugs and falling short of the recommended dosage and also ben ferguson checks in seven forty five wonder if he watched the debate last night now he's not usually tuned into politics Busy. morning news six twenty two let's take a look at the roads the organ on southbound interstate did that how they three of six that left lane is blocked from six a._m. today Chill? 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"julian castro" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

10:13 min | 2 years ago

"julian castro" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"On January twenty twenty one will stay the Donald Trump. i julian castro they're saying audio's to trump referring to the democrats taking over and that he wouldn't win obviously it was the big democratic debate which had to be split up because of the amount of democrats the what i say the squares version of i'm running you're running and so were they across the hall it's pretty interesting kate delaney and here we are on the show talking about politics in this time next year it'll be a whole different ballgame because then there will be one against the president and we'll see who that one is we could speculate all day long right now polling wise joe biden who's up next on thursday night with another group of democrats it'll be interesting to see what he has to say it's going to be the same kinds of topics about the border iran the situation with health care all the things that we wrestle with that i sit you care about in your backyard and a mine who was the big loser who was the big winner of the evening that becomes interesting i think that julian castro did finally held zone and he would have come out of this looking pretty good one guy who didn't look as good is in somebody who when he's the soundbite and he's by himself and he's in his crown comes off pretty good but i would say a rourke didn't come off as good so if i were handicapping this and i were a poster like frank luntz the big poster dude his made a ton of money and a big name in the gig of looking at the debates looking at people you know and taking the poll so to speak of of what happened i would agree with me because i think congressman beta aerobic just didn't come off looking great he's tepid and he just wasn't very effective when he you know he spoke he talked about his daughter and that he cared about kids in the future but it's just they were more just like one liners talking points i guess and cory booker the senator from jersey he probably did okay when he was debating his forceful he he spoke about things that people in the audience democrats would care about he was pretty powerful in the way he said his words that kind of thing so i would say that he probably came off the probably the best but one thing that did happen a lot and i watched the whole thing is there were times where you couldn't even understand what someone was saying who's like the radio no when you have a giant radio crew and people are talking over each other and you can't understand what they said you're laugh and you're driving to work almost driving off the road you're in the middle of their bit you get it and then all of a sudden somehow they lose it because everybody's talking at once and this is what happened a couple of times talking over each other because you can't hear them and so some of the exchanges were lame and a rourke caught up in a couple of those so that didn't have that didn't help them and i think that made him ineffective so i was going to pick somebody who didn't come off as well and was if i'm going to tag them as the loser i think he would have been the loser in the debate if you're listening i don't care if you're right of right left of left somewhere in between you want to weigh in on half of the hollywood squares that went off in the democrats you certainly can do that eight five five to six six fifty to eighty three eight five five to six six to eighty three some of you already have fling the email my way so to speak so when we go into the mail bag i'll jump into i'll jump into that then mean then you also had some people that you had no idea who they were right and this is part of the problem because there's so many i mean the former u._s. secretary of housing and urban development julian castro a lot of people you know him or have seen his space that kind of thing whereas you have others that just they're they're just not not known governor jay inslee he i think he came off well on his point his whole point is about climate change that's it the one thing he focuses on that the boom that's it and he called himself the only candidate has passed a law protecting a woman's right to reproductive health to in the couple of times he jumped in and he was pretty pretty strong but as many of you know listening to us in washington who may like them might not like them depending on your point of view he he's not the big money guys he he's not the one stepping into this ring i mean it'd be i think it'd be shocking if he emerged because you've got biden and sanders and and the polling matters and that's the same with the new york mayor bill de blasios oh he said that the upcoming election is battle for the heart and soul of our party he said it's supposed to be the party of working people there's plenty of money in this country is just in the wrong hands so there were a couple of references about money and rich people in the elite in the white house and you know that kind of thing but the debate rules were pretty interesting debate started at nine o'clock eastern on it aired on n._b._c. m._s._n._b._c. and telemundo so they had sixty seconds to answer questions they certainly blood over thirty seconds to respond like i said there was some stepping over each other that certainly happened so you had on the stage to be clear build a blasi oh yet congressman tim ryan from ohio former obama hud secretary mentioned julian castro from texas senator cory booker from new jersey senator elizabeth warren from -chusetts former congressman fate or roared from texas senator amy klobuchar from minnesota congresswoman tulsi gabbard from hawaii inslee of washington and then former congressman john delaney no relation to me by the way from maryland a couple of times he tried to jump in maybe like wait a second year in a like john we're going to use his pretty pretty interesting and and thursday will be interesting but remember incumbency schools in the three last if we go back to the three previous presidents they've all had two terms so what are the odds that this president won't be that president right what are what are the odds of that by the way the republicans around the president are telling him to stay out of this whole democratic thing you don't have to weigh in on a who cares republican strategists are saying just rise above the fray of whatever is going on getting in gauged in it the ten democrats climbed on the stage on wednesday for this first presidential debate he was halfway around the world he's going to the g twenty summit in japan and then the next debate he'll be meeting with world leaders to talk about iran north korea global trade and several other issues that are on the agenda two so this miami debate that the first one kicking off both nights through miami you know shows the crowded field of democrats trying to take on the president but the president's record and his style certainly hangs out there in the balance and they're gearing up to counter whatever the democratic hit is whatever the broadsides are so to speak but not now not at the twenty similar there may be something you know tweet it out because trump said last week he told fox news that he's considering tweeting during the debates but how saves didn't respond to questions about whether he'd watch invasion of course again you're on the plane and that whole thing so here we go game on of the if you remember the last time around in twenty-six teen if you go back to two thousand sixteen he just he had la a lot of things he tweeted out but really one that said he said get rid of all these commercials hashtag democrat debate he complained about the number of there you go you can bet r._n._c. folks though were watching monitoring looking at the commentary looking at what the responses were all that stuff because that's what you would do if you're in that role looking at what the issues are the things you know what the counter attack i guess would would be and and it's the obvious is the obvious issues and some that aren't quite as obvious i guess but of course the border the border the border and iran what we're looking at right now and especially with the with the border because the democrats are trying to own the sympathy certainly side of that so that was brought up in specific names of people or can you imagine families in the separation and that was set a couple of different ways in a couple of different times i'm not surprised about that trying to connect to the horrible side like the photograph that was you know seen all over the world the other day where you had a father or you could tell it was a man and look like his son they were faced down in the water and dead from coming over trying to cross the border and i think that was an issue that was definitely definitely laid up no question about that all right coming up as i mentioned several you jumped right on.

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"julian castro" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

10:16 min | 2 years ago

"julian castro" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"On january twenty twenty twenty one will say the the donald trump julian castro they're saying audio's to trump referring to the democrats taking over and then he wouldn't win obviously it was the big democratic debate which had to be split up because of the amount of democrats the what i say squares version of i'm running you're running and so were they across the hall pretty interesting kate delaney and here we are in the show talking about politics in this time next year will hold different ballgame because then there will be one against the president and we'll see who that one is we could speculate all day long right now pulling wise joe biden who's up next on thursday night with another group of democrats it'll be interesting to see what he is to say it's going to be the same kinds of topics about the border iran the situation with health care all the things we wrestle with that i say you care about in your backyard and mine who was the big loser who was the big winner of the evening that becomes interesting i think that julian castro did find held zone and he would have come out of this looking pretty good one guy who didn't look as good is somebody who when he's a soundbite and he's by himself and he's in his crown comes off pretty good but i would say a roar didn't come off as good so if i were handicapping this and i were a poster like frank luntz the big poster dude his made a ton of money and a big name in the gig of looking at the debates looking at people And taking the poll, so to speak of what happened. i would agree with me because i think congressman beta our work just didn't come off looking great he's kind of tepid and he just wasn't very effective when he you know he spoke he talked about his daughter and that he cared about kids in the future but it's just they were more just like one liners talking points i guess and cory booker the senator from jersey he probably did okay when he was debating his forceful he he spoke about things that people in the audience democrats would care about he was pretty powerful in the way he said his words that kind of thing so i would say that he probably came off the probably the best but one thing that did happen a lot and i watched the whole thing is a retired couldn't even understand what someone saying who's like the radio no when you have a giant radio crew and people are talking over each other and you can't what they said you're laugh in your driving to work almost driving off the road you're in the middle of their bit you get it and then all of a sudden somehow they lose it because everybody's talking at once and this is what happened a couple of times talking over each other because you can't hear them and so some of the exchanges were lame and a rourke caught up in a couple of those so that didn't have that didn't help them and i think that made him in effective so i was going to pick somebody who didn't come off as well and was if i'm gonna tag as loser i think he would have been the loser in the debate if you're listening i don't care if you're right right left of left somewhere in between you wanna weigh in on half of a hollywood squares that went off in the democrats certainly do that eight five five to six fifty to eighty three eight five five to six six to eighty three some of you already have fling the email my way so to speak so when we go into the mail bag i'll jump into i'll jump into that then then you also had some people that you had no idea who they were right and this is part of the pr problem because there's so many i mean the former u._s. secretary of housing and urban development julian castro a lot of people know him or have seen his face that kind of thing whereas you have others that just they're they're just not not known governor jay inslee he i think he came off well on his point his whole point is about climate change so that's it the one thing he focuses on that boom that's it and he called himself the only candidate has passed a law protecting women's rights to reproductive health to in the couple of times he jumped in and he was pretty pretty strong but as many of you know listening to us in washington who may like them might not like them depending on your point of view he he's not the big money guys he he's not the one stepping into this ring i mean it'd be i think it'd be shocking if he emerged because you've got biden sanders and the polling matt others and that's the same with the new york mayor bill the blasi oh he said that the upcoming elections battle for the heart and soul of our party he said it's supposed to be the party of working people there's plenty of money in this country is just in the wrong hands so there were couple of references about money and rich people in the elite in the white house and you know that kind of thing but the debate rules were pretty interesting debate started at nine o'clock eastern on it aired on n._b._c. m._s._n._b._c. and telemundo so they had sixty seconds stance or questions they certainly blood over thirty seconds to respond like i said there was some stepping over each other that certainly happened so you had on the stage to be clear build a blasi oh yet congressman tim ryan from ohio former obama hud secretary mentioned julian castro from texas senator cory booker from new jersey senator elizabeth warren massachusetts former congressman paid our roared from texas senator amy clova char for minnesota congresswoman tulsi gabbard from hawaii inslee of washington and then former congressman john delaney no relation to me by the way from maryland a couple of times he tried to jump in maybe like wait a second year in a like you john we're going to use his pretty pretty interesting and and thursday will be interesting but remember incumbency schools in the three last if we go back to the three previous presidents they've all had two term so what are the odds that this president won't be that president right what are what are the odds of that by the way the republicans around the president are telling him to stay out of this whole democratic thing you don't have to weigh in on a who cares republican trips strategists are saying just rise above the fray of whatever is going on getting in gauged in it as the ten democrats climbed on the stage on wednesday for this first presidential debate he was halfway around the world he's going to the g twenty summit in japan and then the next debate he'll be meeting with world leaders to talk about iran north korea global trade and several other issues that are on the agenda two so this miami debate that the first one kicking off both nights through miami shows the crowded field of democrats trying to take on the president but the president's record and his style certainly hangs out there in the balance and they're gearing up to counter whatever the democratic hit is whatever the broadsides are so to speak but not now not at the g twenty summit although there may be something you know tweet it out because trump said last week he told fox news that he's considering tweeting during the debates but house aides didn't respond to questions about whether he'd watch the base and of course again you're on the plane and that whole thing so here we go game on of Oh. if you remember the last time around in twenty sixteen if you go back to twenty sixteen he just he had a lot of things he tweeted out but really one that said he said get rid of all these commercials hashtag democrat debate he complained about the number of rehearsal there you go you can bet r._n._c. folks though were watching monitoring looking at the commentary looking at what the responses were all that stuff because that's what you would do if you're in that role looking at what the issues are the things the counter attack i guess would would be and and it's the obvious it's the obvious issues and some that aren't quite as obvious i guess but of course the border the border the border and iran what we're looking at right now and especially with the with the border because the democrats are trying to own the sympathy certainly side of that and so that was brought up and specific names of people or can you imagine families in the separation that was set a couple of different ways in a couple of different times i'm not surprised about that trying to connect to the horrible side the photograph that was seen all over the world the other day where you had a father or you could tell it was a man and look like a son they were face down in the water and dead from coming over trying to cross the border and i think that was an issue that was definitely definitely laid up no question about that coming up as i mentioned several of you jumped right on the internet to send me your email.

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"julian castro" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

13:17 min | 2 years ago

"julian castro" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"They're not gonna give this report to the public. If if if what Nadler is subpoenaing begets, it gets everything unredacted if he gets everything Nadler is a showing everybody, then it won't be made public. It's just Nadler is out there saying some things that are not true Nadler is saying that his committee has oversight responsibility of the presidency, and as such they need to see everything Trump's doing everyday practically to make sure that that's not his job that is such overreach. Nadler doesn't have near the oversight that he thinks he has he can't sit in daily judgment of any president's daily performance. Like Muller shouldn't have been able to do. But Brad bear makes the point here that if this thing ends up up there. If an unredacted full-fledged report ends up at the House Judiciary committee, then it is going to end up being made public. No matter. How much Nadler says it it won't be exactly listen, if an unredacted version goes up and unredacted version is going to get out Washington is a leaky place. The only place that doesn't leak is the US supreme court, and frankly Bob Muller's team did a pretty good job of not leaking. The other point to make is that Muller was working with bar. The second letter points out that the special counsel was working alongside bar to make the reductions. Yeah, we made that point yesterday that bar, and these people all know each other they're all denizens of the swamp to one degree or another and they weren't working together to redact the report. Illustrating a spirit of cooperation. And so very here comes Jerry Nadler trundling into that relationship demanding you guys step aside. Let me see your work. I need to see all I demand is seeing all here's a subpoena. I'm telling you folks, just gonna mention this one more time all this conventional wisdom that no judge in the world would ever authorize the full release unredacted of this judge whatever do maybe five years ago and further ago, but today. We obviously have a bunch of judges in the judiciary who are as dumb as Cortes and his uninformed and ill-informed has half. The other democrat elected officials. We have in this country today. So. Whereas it used to be able to say that the loss stood for some how about the law at the border. What good is that? Are you want to hear the latest on that? We have two stories on that. Here's horn. Hey ramos. He of what is he Univision? He said yesterday he believes the solution to the migrant crisis just to legalize everybody just to raise the border and let them come on in grab audio sound bite. Number six Anderson Cooper last night Cooper, said some of the president's supporters say if the aid programs to those countries are so successful. And they've been going on a while. How come there's now this surge of people trying to cross the border? Meaning if we've given so much foreign aid to these countries, they're doing so great. Why is everybody in these countries seemingly leaving and wanting to come to the US through is that nobody can stop me? Nobody really can stop that just a few months ago. I went to the border between what am I LA in Mexico? There's the shot the river, you just pay one dollar to cross from what am I LA to Mexico? And then we have to also understand that the borders between Central American countries and between. Guatemala, and Mexico are basically open you can cross and nobody's gonna stop you and Central American, countries and Mexico. They are not the immigration police have Donald Trump. So these immigrants want to come to the United States. It is very difficult to stop them. They're going to keep on coming. And there's really nothing we can do to stop see it's over. We can't stop them. There's no reason to even try hard. Hey ramos. Great American Univision. He said he went further he said, the US going to be has been absorbing them. And it seems that we have to realize the only way to deal with this is an illegal way and just to understand the legally they are going to keep coming. There's nothing we can do to stop them. So his solution is just proclaim all of this legal just ignore the law in northern border. And then we won't have a problem. We only have a problem because we drew lines for a border, and we only have a problem. Because we've got a law that says people can't legally cross that line. Well, if we get rid of the line, and if we get rid of the law saying can't come then poof, no problem. And that's that's his solution. Ramos said the truth is Anderson. Nobody can stop them. Then we have adding to this Julian Castro. Of the San Antonio Castro crime, political Capone mob mother is rosy Castro. She was one of the she was one of the most partisan left wing special interest operators ever. Jeez. And these two kids. And one of them is Julian Castro presidential possibility here. And he unveiled an immigration program laying an early marker in the twenty twenty presidential contest. And I have the story to the Texas Tribune dot org. And it says it his places San Antonio mayor his plan appears to be the most detailed yet. In the democrat presidential field. And it's basically let everybody in. It's grant amnesty amnestied everybody here and stop trying to keep him out. And stop trying to keep them out. He says it's less likely a whole bunch of people are gonna wanna come. It's telling people what they can't have. It's making them will come see. So you to make it look like in any big deal and you'll really reduce the number of people. His proposal is highlighted by call to decriminalize illegal border crossings. So here we're gonna second prominent left wing activist saying the solution to the problem is forget the law, and then to decriminalize people who break the law man that would be easy. It is so hard to enforce the law hits so hard it really hurts people's feelings when they break the law, and you have to enforce it against some it's really unfair. Because not everybody breaks the law, and the people that break the law we have to be so hard on them. It justice. There's no compassion, and that we just need to get rid of the laws, and then we wouldn't have any enforcement prop, then we can get rid of ice. Him. And maybe someday we could get rid of passports. Nobody would ever have to pass port. Au would be so wonderful. So he's calling decriminalize illegal border crossings, which he would do by repealing a provision of US law that makes it a criminal instead a civil offense to unlawfully enter the country the provisions of section thirteen twenty five of the immigration and nationality act. It's been a key factor in the Trump administration zero tolerance approach it led to family separation, and blah, blah, blah, blah. The truth is Castro wrote immigrants seeking refuge in our country are not a threat to national security. Migration shouldn't be a criminal Justice issue. It's time to end this draconian policy and return to treating immigration as a civil issue. Now this pitch stood out. Some advocates who said it signaled a new direction for the immigration debate. Xenon high may Perez spokesman for the Texas civil rights project legal advocacy, group said I've been working on emmigration for many years. I really have you know, this is a very different conversation that we were having in two thousand sixteen I think for many years, we've taken it. There's something to prosecute something that criminalise that's had a disastrous effect. I think this Castro guys on something. Let's just take the law of this. Okay. So you take the law out of it you reduce this from a criminal issue to civil and then that'll vanished before long. And then the next thing to go. We'll be the border. Because if there's no line to cross then there's no illegal side of it. There's no illegal site of it. There's no this, bingo, and the Democrats have perpetual, the Giardi democrat registration. You know, the mazes me, what makes news that that happens on this program, you know, yesterday, Mr. Snerdley, and I were talking about Mick Jagger and his heart valve surgery that he's going to get done in the US instead of the UK national health. System. Whatever it is. That's its own little interesting point. The here's Mick Jagger. Who is a health nut? He's a vegan. He's he's just everything right after his initial flotation as a young guy with all of the temptations out there. He is rail thin. He is well known as a physical fitness aficionado. I don't even think the guy consumes adult beverages anymore. And he's got a heart valve replacement operation slated for a couple of days on Friday gonna have done a New York on the other side. Here got Keith, Richard. I think has sampled every recreational and pharmaceutical drug there is that alters the mind he has spent his life doing this. He has spent his life smoking cigarettes like a chimney. He has consumed and continues to consume adult beverages in quantities. People can't keep up with and the guy doesn't have a single health problem. He looks like he does. But he doesn't. So I made mention of this on the program the other day and just refresh your memory of that discussion. So let's go to CNN international news room last night. Actor John vause speaking to the Ameri structural hardened valve center, co director doctor Vassili bobbly arrows about Mick Jagger's heart surgery to set things up. They played a clip of me. Rush Limbaugh seem to put it away. It's what many to this this boggles my mind taking a look at Keith Richards. The guy has defied every the guy has done so much coke. The guy has done so much heroin. He still gets up drinks a bottle of beer first thing out of bed. He's smoke cigarettes. Like he owns the tobacco company, and they used me to say Limbaugh saying here what a lot of people are thinking. And so they go now to the heart specialist. At the Emory structural heart valve center to have all of this explained to us some of it's luck a lot of his genetics, and certainly diet doesn't seem to affect valve disease that we're aware of so though, I think the vegan lifestyle of the vegan diet did help make do all his touring years and years. I I'm not sure it had any effect on his valve disease. Keith is an enigma and will remain so medical mysteries. So we're rooting for both of them. Well, yeah. But when you got guys like Keith out there, don't they defy all the conventional wisdom, not all know, Keith is it out liar. You're shouldn't follow in. Keith. Why not? Why not I mean, Richard furture really challenged every medical requirement, and then some and he has survived every and and by the way triumphed over all of them. We'll take a brief break and be back after courage to fight and the talent to succeed. Rush on the network. Steeple investor insights were stifled chief investment officer, Michael O'Keefe, Michael let's start with market update. How are things looking at US stocks were muted and mixed yesterday with markets around the globe overnight more positive leading to a positive opening here in the US today. Also interest rates are drifting higher the ten year. Treasury rate had fallen to two point three four percent on March twenty eight but has moved back above two and a half percent today..

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"julian castro" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

12:21 min | 2 years ago

"julian castro" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"To be on the program here is Bret Baier earlier today on American newsroom Bill Hemmer show on the Fox News channel and Hemmer's question. Hey, Nadler's making the case. That they're not going to give this report to the public. If what Nadler is subpoenaed v gets it. If he gets everything unredacted if he gets everything Nadler is a sure thing everybody, then it won't be made public. It's just Nadler is out there saying some things that are not true Nadler is saying that his committee has oversight responsibility of the presidency, and as such they need to see everything Trump's doing everyday practically to make sure that that's not his job that is such overreach. Nadler doesn't have near the oversight that he thinks he has he can't sit in daily judgment of any president's daily performance. Like Muller shouldn't have been able to do. But bread bear makes the point here that if this thing ends up up there. If an unredacted full-fledged report ends up at the House Judiciary committee, then it is going to end up being made public. No matter. How much Nadler says, and it won't be exactly listen, if an unredacted version goes up and unredacted version is going to get out Washington is a leaky place. The only place that doesn't leak is the US supreme court, and frankly Bob Muller's team did a pretty good job of not leaking. The other point to make is that Muller was working with bar. The second letter points out that the special counsel was working alongside bar to make the reductions. Now, we've made that point yesterday that the bar and Halley's people all know each other. They're all denizens of the swamp to one degree or another, and they were working together to redact the report illustrating a spirit of cooperation. And so very here comes Jerry Nadler trundling into that relationship demanding new guys step aside. Let me see your work. I need to see all. All I demand is all here's a subpoena. I'm telling you folks, just gonna mention this one more time all this conventional wisdom that no judge in the world would ever authorize the full release unredacted of this judge whatever maybe five years ago and further ago, but today. We obviously have a bunch of judges in the judiciary who are as dumb as Cortes and his uninformed and ill-informed has half. The other democrat elected officials. We have in this country today. So whereas it used to be able to say the loss stood for some wish how about the law at the border. What good is that? Are you want to hear the latest on that? We have two stories on that. Here's horn. Hey ramos. He of what is he Univision? He said yesterday he believes the solution to the migrant crisis just to legalize everybody just to raise the border and let them come on in grab audio sound bite. Number six Anderson Cooper last night Cooper, said some of the president's supporters say if the aid programs of those countries are so successful. And they've been going on a while. How come there's now this surge of people trying to cross the border? Meaning if we're given so much foreign aid to these countries, they're doing so great. Why is everybody in these countries seemingly leaving and wanting to come to the US is that nobody can stop me? Nobody really can stop at just a few months ago. I went through the border between what the Ma and Mexico. There's the food shot the river, you just pay one dollar to cross from what am I LA to Mexico? And then we have to also understand that the borders between Central American countries and between. Guatemala, and Mexico are basically open you can cross nobody's going to stop you and Central American, countries and Mexico. They are not the immigration police have Donald Trump. So if these immigrants want to come to the United States, it is very difficult to stop them. They're going to keep on coming. And there's really nothing we can do to stop that. It's over. We can't stop them. There's no reason to even try hard. Hey ramos. Great American Univision. He said he went further he said, the US gonna be has been absorbing them. And it seems that we have to realize the only way to deal with this is an illegal way and just to understand the legally they are going to keep coming. There's nothing we can do to stop them. So his solution is just proclaim all of this legal just ignore the law in northern border. And then we won't have a problem. We only have a problem because we drew lines for a border, and we only have a problem. Because we've got a law that says people can't legally cross that line. Well, if we get rid of the line, and if we get rid of the law saying, they can't come then. Poof, no problem. And that's that's his solution. Ramos said the truth is Anderson. Nobody can stop them. Then we have adding to this Julian Castro. Of the San Antonio Castro crime up political ca political mob, man, mutter is rosy Castro. She was one of the she was one of the. Partisan left wing special interest operators ever. Jeez. End these two kids and one of them is Julian Castro presidential possibility here. And he unveiled an immigration program laying an early marker in the twenty twenty presidential contest. And I have the story to the Texas Tribune dot org. And it says it his places San Antonio mayor his plan appears to be the most detailed yet. In the democrat presidential field. And it's basically let everybody in. It's grant amnesty amnestied everybody here and stop trying to keep them out. And if you stop trying to keep them out, he says, it's less likely a whole bunch of people are gonna wanna come. It's telling people what they can't have. It's making them will come see. So. Is going to make it look like any big deal and you'll really reduce the number of people. His proposal is highlighted by a call to decriminalize illegal border crossings. So here we're gonna second prominent left-wing activists saying the solution to the problem is forget the law, and then to decriminalize people who break the law or man that would be easy. It is so hard to enforce the law hits so hard it really hurts people's feelings when they break the law, and you have to enforce it against him. It's really unfair. Because not everybody breaks the law, and the people that break the law, we have to be so hard on them and Justice. There's no compassion, and that we just need to get rid of the laws, and then we wouldn't have any enforcement prop that we can get rid of ice. Him. And maybe someday we could get rid of passports. Nobody would ever have to passport. Ooh. It wouldn't be. So wonderful. So he's calling to decriminalize illegal border crossings, which he would do by repealing a provision of US law that makes it a criminal instead a civil offense to unlawfully enter the country the provisions of section thirteen twenty five of the immigration and nationality act. It's been a key factor in the Trump administration zero tolerance approach it led to family separation, and blah, blah, blah, blah. The the truth is Castro wrote immigrants seeking refuge in our country are not a threat to national security migration shouldn't be a criminal Justice issue. It's time to end. This draconian follows a and returned to treating immigration is this fiscal issue. Now this pitch stood out. Some advocates who said it signaled a new direction for the immigration debate. Xenon high may Pettis spokesman for the Texas civil rights project legal advocacy, group said I've been working on immigration for many years. I really have you know, this is a very different conversation that we were having twenty sixteen. I think for many years, we've taken it. There's something to prosecute something that criminalise that's had a disastrous effect. I think this Castro guys on something. Let's just take the law of this. Okay. So you take the law out of it you reduce this from a criminal issue to civil and then that'll vanished before long. And then the next goal will be the border. Because if there's no line to cross then there's no illegal side of it. There's no illegal side of it. There's no law this, bingo, and the Democrats have perpetual, the Giardi democrat registration. You know, the mazes me, what makes news that that happens on this program, you know, yesterday, Mr. Snerdley, and I were talking about Mick Jagger and his heart valve surgery that he's going to get done in the US instead of the UK national health. System. Whatever it is. That's its own little interesting point. But here's Mick Jagger. Who is I have to say as a health nut? He's a vegan. He's he's everything right after his initial flotation as a young guy with all of the temptations out there. He is rail thin. He is well known as a physical fitness aficionado. I don't even think the guy consumes adult beverages anymore. And he's got a heart valve replacement operation slated for a couple of days on Friday gonna have done in New York on the other side here, Keith, Richard. I think has sampled every recreational and pharmaceutical drug there is that alters the mind he has spent his life doing this. He has spent his life smoking cigarettes like a chimney. He has consumed and continues to consume adult beverages in quantities. People can't keep up with and the guy doesn't have a single health problem. He looks like he does. But he doesn't. So I made mention of this on the program the other day and just refresh your memory of that discussion. So let's go to see an international news room last night. Actor John vause speaking to the Emory structural hardened valve center, co director doctor Vassili bobbly arrows about Mick Jagger's heart surgery to set things up. They played a clip of me. Rush Limbaugh seem to put it who is what many were thinking of this this boggles my mind taking a look at Keith Richards. The guy has defied every the guy has done so much coke. The guy has done so much heroin. He still gets drinks a bottle of beer first thing out of bed. He smokes cigarettes like he owns the tobacco company, and they used me to say, hey, limbo, saying here, what a lot of people are. And so they go now to the heart specialist. At the Marie structural heart. Valves, Senator to have all of this explained to us some of it's luck a lot of its genetics, and certainly diet doesn't seem to affect valve disease that we're aware of so though, I think the vegan lifestyle of the vegan diet did help make do all his touring for years and years. I I'm not sure it had any effect on his valve disease. And Keith Keith is an enigma and will remain so medical mysteries. So we're rooting for both of them while. Yeah. But when you got guys like Keith out there, don't they defy all the.

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"julian castro" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

12:21 min | 2 years ago

"julian castro" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"On the program here is Bret Baier earlier today on American newsroom Bill Hemmer show on the Fox News channel and Hemmer's question. Hey, Nadler's making the case. They're not gonna give this report to the public. If if what Nadler is subpoenaing, the gets it, and he gets everything unredacted if he gets everything Nadler is a sure thing everybody, then it won't be made public. It's just the Nadler is out there saying some things that are not true Adler is saying that his committee has oversight responsibility of the presidency, and as such they need to see everything Trump's doing everyday practically to make sure that that's not his job that is such overreach. Nadler doesn't have near the oversight that he thinks he has he can't sit in daily judgment of any president's daily performance. Like Muller shouldn't have been able to do. But Brad bear makes the point here that if this thing ends up up there. If an unredacted full-fledged report ends up at the House Judiciary committee, then it is going to end up being made public. No matter. How much Nadler says, and it won't be exactly listen, if an unredacted version goes up and unredacted version is going to get out Washington is a leaky place. The only place that doesn't leak is the US supreme court, and frankly Bob Muller's team did a pretty good job of not leaking. The other point to make is that Muller was working with bar. The second letter points out that the special counsel is working alongside bar to make the reductions. Yeah, we made that point yesterday that the bar, and these people all know each other they're all denizens of the swamp to one degree or another and they were working together to redact the report. Illustrating a spirit of cooperation. And so very here comes Jerry Nadler trundling into that relationship demanding you guys step aside. Let me see your work. I need to see all I demand is all here's a subpoena. I'm telling you folks, just gonna mention this one more time all this conventional wisdom that no judge in the world would ever authorize the full release unredacted, this judge whatever do maybe five years ago and further ago, but today. We obviously have a bunch of judges in the judiciary who are as dumb as Cortes and his uninformed and ill-informed is half the other democratic elected officials. We have in this country today. So whereas it used to be able to say that the law stood for something. How about the law the border? What good is that? Are you want to hear the latest on that? We have two stories on that. Here's one. Hey ramose. He of what is he Univision? He said yesterday he believes the solution to the migrant crisis just to legalize everybody just to raise the border and let them come on in grab audio sound bite. Number six Anderson Cooper last night Cooper, said some of the president's supporters say if the aid programs of those countries are so successful. And they've been going on a while. How come there's now this surge of people trying to cross the border? Meaning if we're given so much foreign aid to these countries, they're doing so great. Why is everybody in these countries seemingly leaving and wanting to come to the US through these that nobody can stop me? Nobody really can stop at just a few months ago. I went through the border between what the mullahs in Mexico. There's the river. You just pay one dollar to cross from what am I LA to Mexico? And then we have to also understand that the borders between Central American countries, and between what the Ma and Mexico are basically open you can cross a nobody's gonna stop you and Central American, countries and Mexico. They are not the immigration police have Donald Trump. So these immigrants want to come to the United States. It is very difficult to stop them. They're going to keep on coming. And there's really nothing we can do to stop that. Hey, it's over we can't stop them. There's no reason to even try hard. Hey ramos. Great American Univision. He said he went further. He said the US is going to be has been absorbing them. And it seems that we have to realize the only way to deal with this is an illegal way and just to understand the legally they are going to keep coming. There's nothing we can do to stop him. So his solution is just proclaim all of this legal just ignore the law in northern border. And then we won't have a problem. We only have a problem because we drew lines for a border, and we only have a problem because we've got a law that says people can't legally cross that line. Well, if we get rid of the line, and if we get rid of the law saying, they can't come then. Poof, no problem. And that's that's his solution. Ramos said the truth is Anderson. Nobody can stop them. Then we have adding to this Julian Castro. Of the San Antonio Castro crime up political ca political mob, man, mother is rosy Castro. She was one of the. She was one of the. Partisan left wing special interest operators ever. Jeez. End these two kids and one of them is Julian Castro presidential possibility here. And he unveiled an immigration program laying an early marker in the twenty twenty presidential contest. And I have the story to Texas Tribune dot org. And it says it his places San Antonio mayor. The is plan appears to be the most detailed yet. In the democrat presidential field. And it's basically let everybody in its grant amnesty to everybody here and stop trying to keep them out. And if start trying to keep them out, he says, it's less likely a whole bunch of people are gonna wanna come. It's telling people what they can't have. It's making them come see. So. Is going to make it look like it in any big deal and you'll really reduce the number of people. His proposal is highlighted by a call to decriminalize illegal border crossings. So here we go the second prominent left-wing activists saying the solution of the problem is forget the law, and then to decriminalize people who break the law man that would be easy. It is so hard to enforce the law hit so hard it really hurts people's feelings when they break the law, and you have to enforce it against them. It's really unfair. Because not everybody breaks the law, and the people that break the law, we have to be so hard on them and Justice, there's no compassion. And then we just need to get rid of the laws, and then we wouldn't have any enforcement prop that we can get rid of ice. Maybe someday we could get rid of passports. Nobody would ever have to pass port. Ooh, it wouldn't be so wonderful. So he's calling to decriminalize illegal border crossings, which he would do by repealing a provision of US law that makes it a criminal instead a civil offense to unlawfully under the country. They provision section thirteen twenty five of the immigration and nationality act. It's been a key factor. The Trump administration zero tolerance approach led to family separation, and blah, blah, blah, blah. The the truth is Castro wrote immigrants seeking refuge in our country are not a threat to national security migration should be a criminal Justice issue. It's time to end this draconian and returned to treating immigration is a civil issue. This pitch stood out. Some advocates who said it signaled a new direction for the immigration debate. Xenon Pettis spokesman for the Texas civil rights project legal advocacy, group said I've been working on immigration for many years. I really have you know, this is a very different conversation that we were having twenty sixteen. I think for many years, we've taken it. There's something to prosecute somebody that criminalise that's had a disastrous effect this Castro guys on some. Let's just take the law of this. Okay. So you take the law out of it you reduce this from a criminal issue to civil and then that'll vanished before long, and then the next to go we'll be the border. Because if there's no line to cross then there's no illegal side of it. There's no illegal site of it. There's no longer bingo. And the Democrats have perpetual, the Giardi democrat registration. As me, what makes news that happens on this program, you know, yesterday, Mr. Snerdley, and I were talking about Mick Jagger, his heart valve surgery that he's going to get done in the US instead of the UK national health. System. Whatever it is. That's its own little interesting point. But here's Mick Jagger. Who is I have to say a health nut? He's a vegan. He's he's everything. Right after his initial flotation as a rock young guy with all of the temptations out there. He has railfan. He is well known as a physical fitness of fishy. Are nado. I don't even think the guy consumes adult beverages anymore. And he's got a heart valve replacement operation slated for a couple of days on Friday going to have a gun in New York on the other side here, Keith, Richard. I think has sampled every recreational and pharmaceutical drug their ears that alters the mind. He has spent his life doing this. He has spent his life smoking cigarettes like a chimney. He has consumed and continues to consume adult beverages in quantities. People can't keep up with and the guy doesn't have a single health problem. He looks like he does. But he doesn't. So I made mention of this on the program the other day and just refresh your memory of that discussion. So let's go to C N, N international news room last night. Actor John vause speaking to the Ameri structural hardened valve center, co director doctor Vassili bobbly arrows about Mick Jagger's heart surgery to set things up. They played a clip of me. Rush Limbaugh seem to put it who is what many were thinking of this this boggles my mind taking a look at Keith Richards. The guy has defied the guy has done so much coke. The guy has done so much heroin. He still gets up drinks a bottle of beer first thing out of bed. He smokes cigarettes like he owns the tobacco company, and they used me to say, hey, limbo, saying here, what a lot of people are. And so they go out of a heart specialist at. At the Marie structural heart valve center to have all of this explained to us some of it's luck a lot of its genetics and certainly diet doesn't seem to affect valve disease that we're aware of. So I think the vegan lifestyle of the vegan diet did help make do all his touring for years and years. I am not sure it had any effect on his valve disease. Keith is an enigma and will remain so medical mystery. So we're rooting for both of them while. Yeah. But when you got guys like Keith out there, don't they defy.

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"julian castro" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"julian castro" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"It's amazing. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three we continue to hear about. More people in the democrat party running for president in twenty twenty the list is growing every single day. Julian Castro was on CNN yesterday talking to Jake tapper, and he talked about what a wall would do to America over time. Here's what he had to say that don't get a paycheck right earlier this month because it has Pelosi said that the wall was quote immoral as you know, as stated there are roughly six hundred fifty miles of existing wall barrier fencing at the border are they immoral. Well, I don't think it represents the best of what America stands for. I. We were to build kind of wall. Donald Trump is talking about and admittedly, as you know, sometimes that's hard to figure out because Sundays he says, it's a beautiful big concrete wall and other days, he says, it's steel slats. And then he says it's something else. But I believe Domenichelli that if we were to build that wall that it would change the notion of America from the statue of liberty that stands for freedom and welcomes immigrants to a country that literally walls itself off from the rest of the world. And maybe that wouldn't make much of a difference on day one when we do that. But I believe that as years go by would change how we see ourselves as Americans in. How other see us and have a real impact on who we are. And that's not a path that we want to go down. So yeah, I agree that that to do. So would be more. But I don't want to spend the whole time talking about the wall. But if there are already six hundred and fifty four miles of fencing wall, right? Why would adding one hundred miles? More change, the nature of of notion of this nation anymore than I mean, we already have that why adding changed who we are wouldn't I would say two things number ones that that six hundred fifty four miles was built out some time ago, and that was built out when the technology to be able to monitor what is happening at the border was not what it is today. In other words, that's an old style of doing things, and we have a more effective way without that kind of barrier to do it. The other argument that people have made that believe is true. Is that we've addressed where we might where you might argue that okay? You need a physical structure physical barrier. Six hundred fifty four miles. And no that's not the case for the rest. Let's move on. Wow. Is that agonizing? How ludicrous is that? The wall wasn't immoral, but it is now because different technology now was it immoral when hell the Democrats gave eight billion dollars to President Obama for border fencing was that immoral. And by the way, I've read something I totally missed this at the time when they started negotiating Pelosi and Schumer and Trump on this realize, and this has been confirmed by leaders on both sides of the aisle realized that Chuck Schumer agreed to give Trump twenty five billion dollars. I'm talking about couple of months ago, and it was less wall. And then re renege three days later. I never realized I know that's what Trump wanted. I never realized until yesterday that Schumer agreed to that for a few days. Wow. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. We get line. Then he got back in line. They they decided to fund the entirety of the wall, which was twenty five billion. But they want to they wanted to three mors that trade off. Yeah. It was DACA Trump. Yeah. And and Trump told him, no. But they withdrew it anyway. So by the way, Julian Castro completely disqualified from the presidency, I cannot have another president that uses the word notion over and over again the way Obama did. Yeah. That's that's a new democrat that well, it's not that new. It's been around as ball bomb. Brought it into vogue. But yeah, everything was emotion. In other words, talk now notion rights shut up. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three all right, data breach just happened and expose twenty four million more of us to title fraud, which is a crime that could cost you your home, actually..

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"julian castro" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

04:43 min | 3 years ago

"julian castro" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"So yeah, we jumped in and took a look at the seven announced candidates cluding Kamla Harris who announced on Monday morning, but we got her into the polo based on all the speculation that he would she was announcing so up to seven top candidates. Elizabeth Warren Harris gillibrand, I don't know folks are gonna know Julian Castro, John Delaney is out of Maryland Tulsi Gabbard, but Elizabeth Warren really needs that field with about forty three percent of the vote. So out of that first tier of candidates that have come out of the gate, right? She is the front runner harasses. Is there at nineteen percent? So there's potential for pick up some steam. But that's only what seven horses, right? Did a second question in this one. We through an all hypotheticals. And we had a little difficulty in how to order it. Right. But you know, when we took a look looks like if Joe Biden enters into this race. He looks like he could clear the field why it'd be the one candidate on the democratic side. Now, this is speculative he has not announcer other candidates in, you know, in this mix that have not announced so, but when I was just looking at, you know, the the early returns on that it looks like e can create a coalition, and it looks like Sanders the burning wing kind of get split up amongst Warren or Rourke. Yeah. Series of other candidates. And so it'll be interesting over the next couple of months if he does jump in and what happens to the field. Okay. Quick question in our last like, you know, ninety seconds here. Elizabeth Warren is she do you think she's at the top of the pile right now because of her name ID, or because she sort of running a mirror image of what Trump ran on which is sort of the forgotten man and woman, and she has a personal narrative that may resonate with people. Do you have any way to define what it is that you think is resonating with people? Yeah, I'm gonna I'm gonna go with the name recognition right now. Now, she might know free do more extensive poll and take a look at safer abilities. Yeah. I would be interested. But at this point amongst those named candidates. She's she's definitely top of the pack and everybody else is going to be chasing her. It'll be you know, in every day a new horses jumping in. But if we actually we asked a question, if you think the president should get reelected, or is it time to give someone else a chance, and he got forty three percent Gloria lacked against you know, generic, and so it'll be interesting to see the Democrats finally put up in. And then but in the primary Republican primary voters, I it's gonna be tough to be trumped. If somebody was baking that he's got about eighty twenty based on that question. So he's strong and his primary Venise in that it forties right now. Reelect great stuff. Emerson polling is the site. You need to follow on Twitter. Emerson college polling. He Spencer Campbell is going to join me tomorrow. I think what ten fifteen eastern time. Looking at these numbers indefinite new year crew out there. Well, we got a good. I'll Spencer Kimball stay warm. We'll talk tomorrow and beyond. I appreciate you. My friend. Thank you, all the best, Spencer Kimball. Checking in interesting poll numbers, your reaction, straight ahead, Brentwood, herbal show AM seven sixty talk and breaking news, Jim Sharpe. It's got the headline. President Trump is looking for another venue to deliver a state of the union address. After house speaker Nancy Pelosi would not authorize a state of the union address in the house chamber during the government shutdown. Trump had planned to deliver the speech next week in front of a joint session of congress Kentucky's Covington Catholic high school reopened today after cancelling classes Tuesday because of threats of violence, the all male school has come under attack. I for some of its students got into a tense encounter with native American activists during a visit to Washington last week and mayor Eric Garcetti is pointing to the settlement of a teachers strike as an example of how government is solving problems in Los Angeles. The democratic mayor who's considering a twenty twenty White House run tells the Associated Press, the teachers pack is a national model that shows quote what we can get. When we pulled together, you're.

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"julian castro" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

07:02 min | 3 years ago

"julian castro" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"You can get a piece off of world net daily so back into this Julian Castro. Was mayor of San Antonio. And and I don't know if you remember are not you should always remember never forget San Antonio was the first city, I'm almost ninety nine point nine nine percent positive whereby they made it a crime for church to preach that homosexuality was sinful, Houston, followed along in that of all places, Texas, Houston, followed along in that that that a lesbian mayor. And by that what I mean is they were demanding that all churches past there. The notes from the pulpit pastor would plan to say on Sunday to have to submit his notes. Here's here's talk about his script. And then they determine and what they were doing the threat was if you don't do that we're going to get you on the your tax exempt in baba all that. But also, we're we're talking about harassing people in terms of discrimination. Well, I got beaten back in the Houston, Texas area. Barely. But I dunno whatever happened in San Antonio. But that was join Castro now, Julian Castro and other claim to fame which I didn't stick on the Facebook post them sharing with you here is his mama invented lasagna. Yeah. I don't know if you did it all by herself shit. I think she had one or two other people. But she was the main force behind the Laura group, which is a an Hispanic racist group that wants to annex off New Mexico, Arizona, California and pretty much Texas. They claim that that was stolen from Mexican people. They don't ever mention the Mexican people had stolen it from Spain. And Spain stole it from as Texas with homes down there. The Comanche is whatever you get the point anyway. That's a pointless argument on anybody's anybody's level, but back into this. We're talking about Julian Castro running for president now or just tossed his hat in the ring is they say doesn't stand a snowball's chance in hell, but he would make an excellent excellent Democrats socialist vice president candidate absolutely now back into this piece. We left off with that Obama and crew thought that the middle class neighborhoods, upper middle class neighborhoods. Not the super high end neighborhoods in mess with does. Because that's where he loves his friends the, but the just below that they were moving low income inner city people into those neighborhoods, not just taking them and sticking them. In somebody's house. They were putting up housing that they could dente Ford through a government subsidized housing, I heard a woman in just abject tears on Rush Limbaugh show this couple years back about. Well for three or four years back, but she was crying because her and her husband had struggled and just saved and worked worked work the figures to the bone and had finally bought a really nice house and a really nice neighborhood. And thought this great gonna raise their kids out here. I don't know they're one or two acre lots whatever and then out of the blue. She saw construction across the street from home and little by little she realized that they were putting up low income housing, and she thought wait a minute. This is equivalent. I don't know what your neighborhoods like. But if you were saying in Bloomfield hills, let's say you're out there at scarlet and all of a sudden, boom low-income housing area. Our house just shows up and the people living there aren't even necessarily paying their they're being subsidized by the government slick section. Eight housing desks was the plan all over America. This is the federal government raining down from on high saying we are going to socially engineer the middle class out of existence. We're gonna socially engineer, everybody's so that everybody's. Equal and we're gonna do it such that those people in the ghetto they need to be moved in there. Because that's where the money is. And if they move in there, then they'll get money to and then they'll be treated fairly be social and economic Justice. This is insane insane. All they did was export crime out of the cities into the cool neighborhoods and completely tank property values. But there's one that was all bent on shape because she said now, it was it was pretty much gotta wiser people hanging around. There was some crime happening. And it was all around people that don't have anything. Vested in earning anything they're on welfare rolls for the most part. Now, are they bad people know not just across the board. But man that certainly doesn't lend itself to people picking themselves up their own bootstraps on whole so back into this piece. I said that essentially what Obama Valerie Jarrett and his crew were trying to do is. They were trying to teach America a lesson white America lesson and the central racist planners knew that the folks in these neighborhoods the upper middle class neighborhoods middle class neighborhoods are only there because they are racist selfish and don't wanna share the good life. They want to hang onto it. They need to be taught a lesson. We hear that all the time and. White privilege, the twisted reptile brain progressive argument, was that the way to help the poor move up move on up was to move them where the money is because everybody knows it's not about hard work and earning your way into the great living standards in good neighborhoods. It's about white privilege. That's the only reason they have that they just have white privilege because they're white is given to them. But that was the mindset of Hussein Obama. They never took into consideration that many men a ton of black people moved our work their way up got educated became middle class and upwardly mobile upper-middle-class hugely so under Reagan hugely sunau owner Trump, then they thought although they say, they're those people that are there uncle TOMS, or we're going to discount that because we still have to get a wise the neighborhood and a those people by the way, we're complaining saying, well, we'll hang on. I moved out of the city to get away from this crap about race said about race at all. It's about I wanna have my kids raised in a really nice neighborhood. I don't want people coming in here on welfare or not up. So anyway, the truth is they were destroying the middle class importing intercity crime tanking property values and that as always the goal of the communist the middle class must be destroyed. They have good stuff, and that ain't right there stuff must be redistributed by any means necessary. And then I put an off caps the guy that ran this program out of the department of housing and urban development is Julian Castro, and then parenthetically federal department of housing and urban development shouldn't even exist. So now Jillian wants to be president see any communist problems here going down the line. Yeah. Do you? If you don't something's horribly wrong. Now, those won't see problems in him becoming president which he won't do. He's not going to be president. But he at some point is positioning himself through his Hispanic credit and through his communist credit to be a vice presidential contender Hillary's seriously considered him as a vice presidential contender. And he was probably pissed off that she didn't.

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"julian castro" Discussed on Chapo Trap House

Chapo Trap House

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"julian castro" Discussed on Chapo Trap House

"Live in the future that we've always dreamed of. I mean, okay. This is Julian Castro has society, Castro the bad Castro. As you know, he's thrown his hat into the ring for the Dem's and twenty twenty there's going to be so many. Oh boy. Yeah. Car where it's going to be so many of and he's kicking off with the phrase for his campaign. This is what he's like this is my elevator pitch. Yeah. You gotta grab them right away. What are we going to do? What does people are gonna respond to today, we live in a world in which brain power is the new currency of success knowledge is the penis of the mind, you know, every time they do one of these things anytime, they focus on intelligence or like or education. Do they ever think that like most people know someone and love someone very much who is stupid? Like, what have dumb relics that we love, and we want them to be okay. And they're saying to you explicitly there should out of luck. You're dumb relatives will be picking garbage out of Midden heaps people about stupid people people with with lower amounts of brain power. They don't have any currency have no currency for the new success success out brainpower parishes. They should. That is that is the the flip side of it. That's what they're saying. Funny because. Part of it is if you don't have a brain you die. But the the weird the weird. Language of it. Also makes it sound. Like if you do have a brain they're going to have the brain bug from starship right out. So power some monstrous machinery to keep a fucking Jeff bazo alive for another three hundred years. Now, your beloved dumb cousin who has third degree burns on his leg from kicking a gasoline can while smoking he's going to die your fate as the chosen is that you're going to be mined physically. They stick the thing in your back of your skull. And connect win. Hi,.

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"julian castro" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"julian castro" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"I been saying now for weeks we've been having this conversation. We as America are not having the right conversation. You cannot make a determination of what would be best for border security. If you have a part of the nation that doesn't even believe in the very concept of border security. What Julian Castro is saying here is that he doesn't believe in border security. He doesn't believe in any proactive measure to keep someone out who shouldn't be in. He's only trying to think about how we can make it easier. When we let everybody in that's not valuable. That's not decent. That's not helpful for what purpose and for. What reason would we allow someone like this to be president of the United States or even give this policy anymore conversation than we already have? Everything that the Democrats discuss you take a look at Nancy Pelosi talking about the border, and what does she say we need to have a better ports of entry. We are proposing is to build the infrastructure of the ports of injury strengthen that the ports of entry spend the monies hundreds of millions of dollars, but accessible to have this scanning technology to scan cars coming through. Contraband of of any kind weapons even. Prepare the roads facilitate immigration and trade in those regions. Everything is is is passive. To her. According to the speaker of the house nothing assault by a wall for the president is claiming to be the situation at the border is not solved firewall. We have been reported security. Take our old. The American people very seriously. The Jacksonville about how do it better than a wall recognition of what the challenges from a? Cetera. Coming into our country. That's what sad. And so I said Mr President the evidence of what's happening there does not support. Describe and therefore the solution you suggest because we have a better idea. How to keep faith? Does.

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"julian castro" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

13:32 min | 3 years ago

"julian castro" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Shall pass onto the consumer? Which of course, I'll pass on to the consumer. Yes, if they if if they they do that, but must have the option of an e receipt. Now, a lot of places are doing that. Anyway, I mean, I know I go into is it dome depot. And and so they they will ask if. You know, you wish to have an e receipt. But they also give you the paper receipt. You always get the paper receipt. Yeah. You can choose you can choose. But when I say, send me an Email. It also gives me the paper receipt to every time. I've not had maybe they are evolving into giving. You just a choice of receipt now and my Bank. I have the when I go to the ATM to send me the receipt, which I do every time. Because great you put in the rec-. I looked down my putting the receipt. Take your cash, I looked down. My phone's blinking everybody got the Email, and so you feel safe. And there is there is something about when you do a transaction. There's something about being able to see the receipt immediately. Having that receipt in your hand knowing that when you get the cash, you buy the that that it is that that you can you can see it immediately. Therefore, you knowing you can check it. You're you're you're talking about a defaults offering in other words, it would be just like it is right now at Home Depot. They're not saying you couldn't use paper. Well, the default rushed the first raw for would be Email there. Right. And I get the default from my Bank to, but when you do it if the Email doesn't, you know as long as IMO gets her immediately, and you can check it as you're walking out the store. That's great. Because a lot of times lots of times, you're not checking you're not. You're not running the math, right? Really as you're looking at the screen. You wait. You look at your receipt. And you scan the receipt really quick. I know I do that just to make sure there is something double when it goes to your phone. You're more likely to be out of the store before you check it. But something that people think of I know, I think of it just because in cases mistake, you want to bring it to their attention before you walk out of the store and come back and also with returns, you're going to have to what Email the receipt back. If you have a return. Yes. Yes. Or printed off on a much larger piece of paper. Would have been. Now, the best part? The Wall Street Journal did an editorial on it. And they and they and so they do the according to the state assemblyman, Phil Tang of San Francisco. As it happens. The biggest beneficiary would likely be square incorporated whose headquarters is in San Francisco and run by CEO, Jack Dorsey of Twitter fame. Mr. king bills mister tings. Bill notes the data from square a company that provides mobile payment services shows that they're sellers send over ten million digital receipts each month. Funny. How political favouritism appears behind most green regulation. Yeah. Love that. Yeah. They don't really care about the paper saving the planet. All right. Very quickly. Because this the conversation that we've had just off the air. And and it gets to be it gets to be pretty interesting because the former mayor of San Antonio Julian Castro announced that he is running for president. I think you should not be qualified because he has a twin brother. And I don't want the shenanigans of twins. I know how they do things to tell you a friend of mine done in San Antonio. She does me all the time on Facebook. She will invite me to. The I one Michelle Obama was speaking in Texas. I got the invitation to that on Facebook, you're invited. Right. And I believe she. I think I think she invited me to one of the Julian Castro something that he was doing a couple of weeks ago. Maybe it was a month ago. I don't know maybe it was some kind of party. But she'll all of a sudden, I'll see you been invited to and I'm like, and she's as conservative as you can get, but she doesn't just to to tease me. But Castro led San Antonio what for five years. Yeah. He was nominated Obama nominated secretary of housing and urban development in two thousand sixteen. He was thought about it was vetted. You know as a possibility for Hillary Clinton. Ryan you and I had this discussion the bottom of the hour. She chose Senator Tim Kaine. I looked at you and said, can you believe she actually chose him? He was the worst choice. Now, she was the worst choice actually for a president people always said Trump is the worst candidate ever for president. No she lost to him. So she is. But seriously, Tim Kaine. That smile. Remember? He was compared to the Grinch. Enrages smile when even smile, and it was just he's just wasn't the you're thinking to yourself you want somebody who is. Has some kind of personality to them. And he just didn't seem to have any kind of of personality. But you and I were talking about you know, where the Democrats are gonna go. Whether it's going to be Kamala Harris, Cory Booker, Julian Castro, we've got succession of others now coming down the pike over the next. Over the next six months, and all we keep hearing is about Joe Biden. Yeah. I think that if. If you look at where we will be well a year from now, right? Heading into Iowa twenty twenty. What I think ultimately will steer in Biden's direction. If he announces that he's an any ultimately does run will be polls that he keeps using over and over again, basically, I'm the only one that can be Trump. Then he'll pick someone like a better or Rourke or somebody else, you know, and and put them on the ticket with him. By the way, I think before Julian Castro right now, the star power is with another guy from Texas. Yes. It's with Beto. If the if I'm talking about on the democrat side, if someone was going to run now Juliane Castro had some of that going here in our state when he was being vetted to run with Hillary. But not to the level of a raw nothing close. Right. And so this is why if you're Biden you're going to play you're going to play the game if he decides to run so you're going to see a number of and the breakdown of it was really one story earlier, why there are so many that will be running on the left because they all believe that they're going to essentially. Each of them believe that they're going to bring this, you know, this certain kind of popularity back to the presidency. They broke it down. And it was an interesting point. They were talking about in George in one thousand nine hundred ninety two you went into that that season where a lot, you know, his George H W Bush's approval ratings were pretty stellar at that point. They were above sixty. So the Democrats were just kind of holding back many of them just went wanted to wait until ninety six and remember Bill Clinton didn't get in until later in the game. And so there was that. Okay. Can you beat a popular president thing? Now, it's not about that. It's they want to bring they believe that rockstar thing back to the presidency. And that's it. That's exactly where they'll go. But I think that if Biden is to run he does run and those numbers keep holding those general poll numbers, if the election were held today kind of thing, then the party will settle on Biden. Well, I asked this question because and it would be interesting to see and how you would do the polling of the focus groups would be fascinating. I'm not a pollster. So I have more questions, but my my one question would be after Obama a rockstar and Trump a rockstar. Have Americans had enough of Rockstars? A decade or so. Well, would they like it would they like to hear less news? Because think about how we get our news right now, we get a lot of the stuff that's bombarded on social media people. Especially friends we follow or are connected with on social media. They re tweet share things. And is there that burnout where we would like the boring guy to be up there for a while? So we we're not bombarded with all this all day every day, which is why I'm wondering, whether you know, a Biden will come out and say, look, I'm I'm the leader. The other thing is to Biden is somebody who could sell himself as not being as as radical, for example, Julian Castro talking about all the things that the young Democrats were talking about he would pass the new green a deal. Universal pre-k universal higher education Medicare for all. He talked last week of a top marginal tax rate of over ninety percent will. There's a lot of old line Democrats that may sit there and. Tolerate the talk. But they honestly believe that they cannot be the party that promotes all of that. Because it's impossible to get. Right. You can't you cannot get that fiscally. You can't get that. And it would be they believe the destruction and the case of Cortez out there. It would be the the because she now is being vilified by many inside of the democrat party of all only carrying about herself. That's the one thing that really has come out of the last couple of weeks from Democrats inside the party, they believe she doesn't care about the party at all. She's an adjusted for herself should not really in it for politics. She's an for her fame. That's coming from inside the democrat party right now. So she's not running for president. But you have a whole bunch of young people that have the most socialist agenda possible is the democrat party. And we've said this before either they have to go far left for the half the star moderating. Is there? A large section of the democrat party outside of the cavenaugh crazies. I don't know how else to put it. That are saying we cannot continue to be this party. We need to have them represented. And that's why Biden aerobic is where we should go. Well, because there could also be looking at it saying we can still get some of our. More leftist agenda things done if we also keep the house, and when the Senate we can get some of those things done in Biden with his big, you know, false teeth can smile into the camera and just be the moderate of the parties to the face of the party. They go back to what they were before not talking so much about it writing it into the Bill writing it into law, but not talking. I'm not talking about it, not promoting it. They don't look they know that their constituents right now. Don't want a open borders, but they want open borders because they're trying to pad the voting rolls. And so they don't want to talk about it in front of the American people. Let's do this behind closed doors. Well, they may go back to that approach and say look Biden can be the face of the party. And then we'll work behind your on Capitol Hill. To get things done on our agenda, the sign it the the big problem with our hypothesis would the democrat party in twenty twenty ever run to white men. Was with Warren. As veep. Okay. Dan, Bill for you would have to be a woman. I think there I think there's a decent chance. Yes. Are you gonna then do you are you politically wasting what you believe you have in a work? No because he's young enough to comeback somewhere else. Now. Somebody's listening to show saying these guys giving advice to the Democrats. No, we're just trying to figure out what they meant. But that's the political play. I mean, each one of those questions is are some of the questions they'll be.

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"julian castro" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"julian castro" Discussed on KOMO

"Majority in a new poll, hold President Trump and congressional Republicans mainly responsible for the partial federal shutdown now entering its fourth week for the shutdown is partly along party lines, though, a more unaffiliated voters blame the president and Republicans only a quarterback the president's claim that there's a crisis at the southern border two-thirds oppose his declaring a national emergency to fund a wall, but support for a border wall is higher forty-two percent in favor. Fifty four percent are opposed. In a survey conducted last Tuesday through Friday by phone of seven hundred eighty numbers could be off four and a half percentage points, plus or minus ABC's Chuck Sivertsen. Former Obama housing chief Julian Castro now in the twenty twenty democratic race for president. It could end up being the only Latino in what's expected to be a crowded field of contenders. The forty four year old Castro kicks off his campaign or kicked off his campaign Saturday in San Antonio. That's his hometown. And the NFL divisional playoffs, Kansas City and Los Angeles Rams have advanced Todd ant ABC news. Komo news one thousand FM ninety seven seven from twenty four seven news here. The top local stories of the hour from the KOMO twenty four hour news center, an axiom frost, federal employees from the seatac area gathered to rally against the government shutdown and make their voices and their stories heard Saturday, stay twenty two the partial shutdown making it the longest one in US history officer Steven brag joined his fellow co workers after a long shift. He said we understand that the wall is important in everything. But the families are to the pilot of a small plane that went down on would be island this morning has died but played impacted door airfield, and it looks like it was. The land was John goblin was south would be fire. EMS he says the plane went down in a wooded area. A woman passenger survived. The cause of the crash is injured investigation. A lot of people took a final ride on the viaduct before it shut down for good last night, including Seattle's mayor Jenny Durkan on a ride along with KOMO news jerkins said everyone in our area will be affected by the three week highway closure, but we'll get through it. We'll get through it together. And when we get through it and come out the other end, it's going to be amazing. It's you know, we are literally rebuilding Seattle. Komo also asked former Governor Christine Gregoire what you think if they name the new tunnel after her because of her role in getting it built, you know, somebody else asked me that. And I said the people think I'm dead. I'm still alive. Gregoire says it took a tremendous team effort to bring the project to reality. And she says we'll all be proud of the work can amazed at how safe the tunnel is during the Videx shutdown you should expect major parking restrictions downtown on second and fourth avenues from six in the morning to seven at night. The parking restrictions are meant to keep traffic and city buses moving after the viaduct closure, and they'll stay in place until the new tunnel opens early next month, it'll take three weeks of work to realign highway ninety nine into new tunnel. February fourth is the target for opening the two mile replacement tunnel. And of course, we'll keep you posted as the work progresses. Seattle. Police are investigating a deadly shooting at Broadway. East pike on Capitol Hill. It happened just before midnight last night. Police found a man shot in a grocery store parking lot. They called medics, but he had died. Witnesses told police they saw several people running away officials are interviewing a person who may be involved in that shooting. Seattle city council member Rob Johnson.

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"julian castro" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"julian castro" Discussed on KTRH

"One the second weekend in the NFL playoffs colts just lost to the chiefs thirty one thirteen and the Cowboys go for the Rams in Los Angeles and a few minutes tomorrow. It's the chargers playing the patriots and the eagles play the saints. New York Times is reporting that after President Trump fired former FBI director James combing, the FBI began a counterintelligence investigation into whether the president was working with Russia. Fox's Ellison barber has more. According to the New York Times report, the FBI opened an investigation days after President Trump fired FBI director James Comey, not only because they were concerned about obstruction of Justice, but also to determine whether or not the president was working for Russia against American interests knowingly or unwittingly a spokesperson with the FBI declined to comment on this President Trump responding to the New York Times article tweeting the FBI opened an investigation on me for no reason, no proof after I fired lying James Comey. I total sleaze HUD secretary under Obama Julian Castro announces his bid is a democratic contender in twenty twenty. I'm asking you to join me, you give me your support. And I'd give you my word. I will spend every day working hard to make sure that you can get a good job. The you can find a decent place to live. The you can have good healthcare when you get sick. And that your children and grandchildren can reach their dreams. No matter who you are. You are or where you come from. He was in San Antonio earlier this afternoon making the announcement in Houston news tomorrow is the deadline to drop off undecorated Christmas trees, and any of the twenty-five city drop off locations that so the trees can be turned into Mult and make things pretty officials in one Texas county or testing out a new program to slow traffic near schools law enforcement officials in Williamson county, Texas really want drivers to slow down in school zones. So they got creative recently putting up a cardboard cutout of a uniform deputy pointing a radar gone into traffic. Well, there he is deputy wolf.

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