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AP News Radio
Pro-labor? Biden aims to prove it with unionized 2024 staff
"When president Joe Biden announces his expected reelection campaign, political allies say he'll be the first president to run a reelection campaign with a staff represented by a union. Biden likes to say he's the most pro union president in U.S. history and running a reelection campaign with a unionized staff would allow Biden to further demonstrate to his base just how deep his pro labor convictions are. There have been presidential candidates with unionized campaign staffs, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, and Julian Castro had unionized campaign staffs in 2020, and Biden's campaign unionized after clinching the democratic nomination that year. This time Biden's campaign will unionize earlier in the process. Biden is expected to announce a reelection campaign as soon as next month. Donna water Washington
The Dan Bongino Show
Type in Any Democrat and 'Demographic Destiny' in Your Search Engine
"Just listen to the Democrats themselves They are on video Talking about this all the time I'll give you even give you the search function Just go and put in a search engine put in your favorite left wing search engine Google to the left of Leningrad We'll put in there dick Durbin demographic destiny Dick Durbin's a prominent Democrat center Put in Julian Castro demographic destiny Put in New York Times we can replace them The Democrats openly openly talked about this forever Here's the problem they're having A growing population in the United States is a good thing The problem the Democrats are having is people are moving out of left wing states IE California New York Illinois and they're moving to more conservative and swing states And the people moving out are largely conservative Republican or moderate Democrats How do I know that Because I live down here in Florida And thousands upon thousands of people a year move down here I run into them at restaurants and movie theaters in the mall I can't tell you how many times Dan just moved down here from Dan just moved down here from fill in the blank I see it I'm down here
WABE 90.1 FM
"julian castro" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"But as we know, she lost. I know we have still not shattered. That highest and hardest glass ceiling, but someday someone will and hopefully sooner than we might think right now. And while the country now has its first female vice president, that highest office, that glass ceiling that Clinton talked about over and over and over through two presidential campaigns, that is still intact. And that's something NBC News Capitol Hill correspondent Ali vitali explores in her new book. It's called electable. Why America hasn't put a woman in The White House yet. And Ali Vitale joins me now, ally, welcome to all things considered. Hi, my friend, I'm so happy to be here. All right, so I want to start by asking you about something that happened on the campaign trail because it's something that you and I went through together back in 2019 when we were covering then presidential candidate Kamala Harris. This was in Columbia, South Carolina, and she was on the type of trip we've been on a million times going to small businesses, and at one black woman owned business, she tries on what becomes this infamous sparkly jacket and things went a little sideways. I'm going to let you jump in here to talk about what happened inside the store, but I've got to start by asking you, were you surprised at all by how much this moment exploded? Kind of, yeah, because how many retail politics stops have we gone on with presidential candidates? The difference was we were a predominantly female press corps following around a female candidate who was visiting female businesses and shopping at them. She got eventually cajoled into trying on this sparkly jacket, which was a statement you and I will both allow. And we tweeted about it, and there were some conservative men in media and online who really did not like that. They thought that we were unserious. They sort of thought that she was on Sirius. And to me, it just was completely hypocritical because other candidates had shopped before. They had just done it while mail. And not only that, but they had done unconventional stops like this before. Lindsey Graham went skeet shooting with reporters and none of those reporters got criticized for going and covering that. Now I want to talk about another woman who ran in 2020 because when I think back and about the intersection of women and politics that year, it's really hard to do that without talking about what New York senator Kirsten gillibrand did. Unlike so many of the women in the field, she centered her campaign on her womanhood and on her motherhood as a key qualification as to why voters should pick her. I can still hear in my head that line from her stump speech. I will fight for your family as hard as I would fight for my own. And she believed in that message, but she also told you later that no woman could have won in 2020. What do you make of that contradiction? It's a striking statement from senator gillibrand when she said that to me, I remember asking that question a few different ways. And what I read as baked into her answer because she said to me a few different times that she didn't think that any woman could have won in 2020. I think she was speaking to a few different things because all of the women who talked to me for this book who ran in 2020 talked about how skittish the electorate was, in part, because they had seen Hillary Clinton lose an election that everyone thought she was going to win, but then also the way that Trump was looming over this field. I mean, you and I were talking to voters all the time, and everyone was trying to figure out this magical formula if you were a Democrat for how you could beat Trump. And look, this answer is unknowable, but for the women, it stuck with them in such a hard and fast way that they could never ultimately answer the electability question because really, the only way that a candidate can answer the electability question in a full and satisfactory way is to win. And for women when they couldn't answer that question, voters then went in circles and there have been studies then that showed that that little bit of doubt of having never seen a woman win in that way before made them actually switch their votes sometimes. So it wasn't just a question of, do I like this woman? Do I think that she could win? Do I hope she could win when you couldn't answer those questions in a satisfactory way? Voters were actually changing the electoral bottom line. Being months, years really removed from the race. Now I'm curious, do you think that gillibrand by leaning into being a woman by leaning into being a mom? Do you think she was leaning into a losing strategy? I wish the answer were no, but I think what 2020 showed us is that it needs to be a strategy. If you were a woman candidate and frankly, all the women candidate candidates face this, but gillibrand specifically. She told me time and again, these are my issues. They're good issues. She would run on these issues again. But the problem that non white non male candidates face is that if they lean in to the issues facing their community, they can get caught in a feedback loop sometimes much more quickly than white male candidates do. And the problem when you're running for an executive position like the president of the United States is voters want to see you speak to the issues that impact your community, certainly Julian Castro faced this around the issue of immigration, which he prioritized in his campaign, but then there's the question of, okay, but aren't you the president for everybody? And it seems like voters are just much more quick to allow white men to touch all different topic areas, whereas non white non male candidates get stuck in that feedback loop more quickly and quite frankly, that's something that didn't just touch the women candidates in the race, but something that touched the other non white candidates in the race as well in my conversations with top operatives that worked for them. Now, while the majority of your book is talking about the historic women who ran in 2020, because we are coming off of a political month in which we have seen Republicans, congresswoman Liz Cheney lose her seat in Wyoming, Alaska senator Lisa Murkowski for reelection, a comeback potentially by former governor Sarah Palin in Alaska. What did you learn about Republican women in the course of writing this? There is a completely different permission structure on the Republican side of this spectrum because Republican candidates and voters alike really eschew the idea of running on gender or putting identity first. But nevertheless, what the Liz Cheney moment, I think, teaches us and is going to allow us to talk about in real time is the fact that it's likely that we will see her run for president in 2024, challenging former president Trump in some way, whether it's within the Republican Party or as an independent candidate. But what it does tell us is that you'll probably never have another election cycle where women are not involved. That's a massive sign of progress, especially because most of the women that you and I could think of for 2024 on the Republican and democratic side are viable qualified female candidates who have lengthy resumes and lengthy policies successes that they're going to be able to campaign on. I think that is a huge win and it's only bolstered by the fact that when you look at the 2022 vice presidential veep stakes, Biden knew that it would be an asset to have a woman on the ticket. So I don't think we're ever going to be able to do presidential politics with just two white guys ever again. Ali vitali is the author of electable. Why America hasn't put a woman in The White House yet? Ali
The Charlie Kirk Show
"julian castro" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"What exactly is the great replacement to the media? You mean the thing that you guys keep on talking about that you've been talking about on television for quite some time? You see, here's how this works. And again, this smear is so beyond what we are even used to dealing with when it comes to the media that this narrative is the opposite of the truth. It's no way anchored to anything. Tethered to reality, nothing. So here's the way it works. The left talks about race all the time. Race race race race. That's all they care about is race. They care about things you can not change versus things you can change. They care about the content of your skin color, not the contents of your character. And this is something that we as conservatives push back on. This is why we don't like CRT. This is why we're trying to push forward over this idea of a color branch colorblind meritocracy. Instead, the left talks about demographics, demographics, demographics. And we're always kind of bothered by this. We say, well, we don't want to talk about this all the time. So why are you so obsessed with it? Here's just a Montage of the left pushing forward the very same replacement theory that they now accuse Republicans of pushing for it that they are saying is borderline terroristic and brings forth genocide. Play cut 46. Demographics is destiny. Demographics is destiny. Demographics is destiny, right? The country is changing. I've been saying it here. Other people have been saying that here for years now. Even before Donald Trump, the demographics is destiny. So the idea of the great replacement, which again, no one on the center right talks about because no one on the center right in America cares about race, only the left cares about race is this idea that somehow there's this huge fixation on like white birth rates and somehow that is going to impact American
It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
"julian castro" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
"Love yet. Just listen to the wait, wait, don't tell me podcast from NPR, wherever you get your podcasts, and I'll be there every Wednesday. To a great shows in one feed. Just earlier you were talking about how proud of being able to be bilingual you are. But for a lot of Latinos in America, you're asked kind of both. Why don't you speak English, but also why don't you speak Spanish? The Castro twins, the politicians from Texas are an example, I think that they're what 7th generation Texans or something like that. And yet when Julian Castro was running for president, there were lots of questions about, hey, why aren't you affluent Spanish speaker? Yeah, I mean, it's a real double edged sword. And you're part of what I talk about in new sound like a white girl. I give this story of Julian Castro. But they're not provide some historical context. As to why so many Latinos in America don't speak Spanish. And the context for that, the history behind it is that in the 2030s, 40s, 50s, 60s, there were rules against speaking Spanish in school. Kids would be physically punished for speaking Spanish on school grounds. And so Latinos, specifically Mexican Americans in the southwest, faced a lot of discrimination, a real physical violence against their bodies for speaking their mother tongue. And so the generation that came after them, their parents didn't want their children to speak Spanish because of the discrimination that they faced, and they thought that maybe they could spare them. That discrimination. That goes back to that idea earlier where assimilation is kind of a matter of survival. I meant it in terms of social survival, just being able to belong and feel included in high school or middle school. But in this case, speaking Spanish could invite violence, if not worse, right? Yes. So assimilation really was about literal survival. Yes. But you have come around on this idea of assimilation, what and have written the case for rejecting assimilation. What does assimilation mean to you just for starters? Before we get to what's problematic about it. Assimilation to me has meant giving up a part of my very soul in order to have the illusion of belonging in America. Illusion, say more about that. It's an illusion because in my experience, I did assimilate in many ways. I speak English the way that I do, I went to college. I graduated with honors. I had a prestigious job on Wall Street. I had quote unquote become a productive member of society. I paid taxes and I gave back to my community and I did all of the things that were asked of me. And I still had this experiences as I mentioned in the book of eating at a fancy restaurant with my white colleagues going to the bathroom and on the way back, a table of white people asking me to bring them water because they thought I was the server or one of my very first meetings meeting a client when I worked at Goldman Sachs and him asking me to bring him coffee because he thought I was the assistant. So there are places in this country and there are people in this country who will always see people like me and think that we belong someplace else that we are foreign. And that's one of the biggest cases and things that I point to in the book. I was born in Mexico. You know, I do have another home, but there are many Latinos who have never been immigrants to this country. And yet no matter how many generations we have been here, the question of where are you from? Yes. From? Yes. I still get that. You know, and I kind of feel like, yeah, there's just there's just so much in that second from. Where are you really from? Right. Really from. So you describe this kind of trap, right? That assimilation forces a choice between success as it's defined in America and then our souls, our cultures, the cultures of our parents. But did your parents see the same kind of trap? It sounded reading the book that they really believed that anything could be possible in the U.S.. Yeah, my mom especially is a big believer in the American Dream. We know she instilled in me and my brother that if you worked hard and you stayed out of trouble, anything could be possible. And for a long time, I subscribed to that idea. And it wasn't until I started having all this other experiences that the roast color glasses through which I once saw America came off. And I understand my mom and I don't judge her because for her survival was the thing. And she was just thankful to be here. Just thankful that she had the opportunities that she had. Where I have the privilege of being thankful and at the same time being critical of the country that is my home. When did you start seeing things critically, do you think? Is there a moment that you recall or a series of moments? It's definitely been a series of moments. But I think a really big defining moment in a day that I will never forget is August 3rd, 2019. Police in El Paso, Texas say they're responding to an active shooter situation. They're warning people. When 23 people, mostly Latinos, where killed at a Walmart. It happened at a Walmart near Cielo vista mall this morning about 10 a.m. local time. Because this white man was is protected his country from a Hispanic invasion. And I saw it so clearly that day. It wasn't about whether we were in this country legally. It wasn't whether about we had assimilated, whether we spoke English,.
"julian castro" Discussed on Food Psych
"But there were others, including people like Thomas Carlyle. And so frequently, what would happen is that this lady's book, which interestingly enough, the editor, woman by the name of Sarah Hale, she was not necessarily fond of fashion, but she was a Protestant and she had been involved in the second great awakening that was taking place in the United States. And she was also very much about educating women and girls. So between being an involved in the great awakening and being an educator, she thought it was her moral responsibility to tell women how they should eat. And so she would frequently thin pieces like this, but then there would also be other individuals, so many of the writers for a go these ladies book were in fact women. And they would pin pieces themselves. And some of these women were more invested in fashion and beauty. And so whereas for Sarah Hale, the question was always, how do we eat right for God? We want to show Temperance at the table. We think of Temperance as a term that refers to people who might be prone to alcoholism, right? So not drinking too much. But it was also applied to concerns of overeating in the 19th century. So while she was making these types of claims, other individuals would, in their pieces, say things like, and you know, it's important for us to keep in mind that if you want to be fat, there are other places where you can go for that. You know, you can go to Africa. We can't imagine this today, right? Because of course no one would say that. No. But yeah, in the 19th century, they were quite clear. They're like, well, if you want to be a woman of fashion, you know, someone who has an air of cultivation in a particular type of means, then you should maintain a particular body size. You know, if you want to be fat, you can go to Africa. Very clearly. Wow. Yeah, I think coming across a lot of the material that I explore in the book. I was originally sort of just amazed is the words. It's like to see these kinds of things in writing. It's like, wow, they actually wrote this and, you know, not only did they write this, but all of this history seems to be largely forgotten. We seem to have forgotten about the fact that there was a massive chronicling of all the ways in which whiteness is related to slenderness and fatness is related to blackness and that latter pairing being a bad thing that this was in a number of publications for decades, but it's somehow went away by the mid 20th century. People stopped talking about it in those terms and people actually forgot about it. Why do you think that is? Why did it go away? There is this book by Julian Castro, it's called the heart of whiteness, it's a really interesting book and what he's talking about is that sometime between 1890 and 1940, white people in America who had been quite proud to be Anglo Saxon or Nordic.
WNYC 93.9 FM
"julian castro" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The south or vaccinations lag behind the rest of the country Blake farmer of member station WP LN has this remembrance Ministry runs in the family of their mon Castro A new generation of castros led his funeral held virtually from the el shadin Christian church because of the recent outbreak that's sickened pastor Hermann At the bilingual service Julian Castro says he recalls when he was little seeing his uncle strumming a guitar and singing praise songs I would say I want to be like him In Colombia he worked for an international export company and led worship on the side then his family was robbed and briefly held hostage in their own home so they fled the violence in Colombia when they relocated to Tennessee they attended a local church and helped translate the services since there weren't many Spanish speaking congregations in town A few years later that grew into the el shadai church Hermann left international trade and went to a seminary to become a full-time preacher He worked like a little ant His wife of 30 years margarita says he was tireless but tender children were drawn to him some called him amen as a nickname Church member Rachel Vasquez compared him to the prophets of the Bible God gave us a leader modeled after Moses The church has struggled to bounce back from a historic flood a decade ago at the time Hermann even had to be rescued from the swollen creek that inundated their building After years raising money for repairs the work is almost complete because their mom didn't live to see the church rebuild Margarita sees another connection to Moses who led the Israelites through the desert for 40 years He didn't get to go to the promised land When armand Phil ill with 20 of his congregants he was hospitalized within days prayers poured in from around the world He believed he was going to get out of it because we have been through so much and God would always bring this out in victory So we just got this was just one more time At his funeral margarita consoled the congregation with words from the Old Testament her husband said many times before from the same pulpit God gives God takes but blessed be the name of the lord For imperial news I'm Blake farmer in Nashville This story comes from NPR's partnership with Nashville public radio and Kaiser health news Pope Francis closed an annual meeting of world religious leaders with an appeal for a drop in military spending in favor of humanitarian needs and to our Sylvia pejo reports the Pope spoke alongside leaders of Islam Judaism and other face The interface ceremony took place at the foot of Rome's ancient coliseum The theme of the encounter was peoples as brothers future earth signaling the Pope's deep concern for the fate of the planet and in his speech he called.
WAAM Talk 1600
"julian castro" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Raped? The men beheaded and burned to death. You're a traitor in bed with I can't make out this piece of it. Uh, I console scissor, China. God save us resign. Did you hear that? This guy has his taped on the back of his car so that when you're At him next to maybe in Italy and, uh, traffic light. You see that sign? That's huge. It's like what is this? Probably No No. Two by three ft. Hey, Joe, Can you hear the women's screams being raped and the men being beheaded and burnt to death? You're a traitor in bed with China. God save us Resign, Uh, appreciate this person's message, and I would give him a honk and a thumbs up. But resigning won't do a damn thing. The people running the White House. Don't care who the front man is. It'll be Kamala next. Yeah, The president has some input. But the people running the White House right now. Are the well. The black rocks. Yeah. The, uh, the tech wizards last masters of the universe, but they're running it through their political operatives, which are the the Obama administration. The Obama administration is a well oiled finally tuned leftist machine straight up Anti America America Last globalist socialist machine. It's the Obama administration running The White House running America. And they're tied in with the close swabs of the world. Have you done your homework yet? And Klaus Schwab? Talked about him the other day. This is Mr Great Reset. Think of it this way. And we're going to get into this tomorrow. Tomorrow. I'm going to get deep into some points that have happened because of this great reset. How on United States was tanked through trying to murder virus, But I want you to think about this. Make it really stupid, simple. The Nazis didn't really go away. That political mindsets last shop socio economic Oh, uh, Bob what It called scenario, Whatever. Didn't go away. No, we're sort of in the Fourth Reich right now. Globally. Nobody's talking about this. Oh, that's a horrible thing to say. That's crazy. What are you saying? What I'm saying is, is that right now? Clash. Waban crew Julian Castro Bronco sent Obama We're in a sort of a, uh Democrats, Socialist Heaven Right now, That's what they're trying to put together. Now they're not going to do the exact same thing they did with the Third Reich. They've They've learned their lesson. So to speak. There will be people killed. At some point there will be people murdered at some point. But this whole thing right now that you're seeing is an iteration of the Third Reich. That's what Klaus Schwab all about. His daddy ran a country a company, a company that supplied pieces for, uh Uh, Seaman's, which was greatly involved in measures from it. Uh, parts and assembly. Also the nuclear weapon that was supposed to be the German, uh, secret weapon that if they have gotten it till you'd be speaking German And, uh, they were also involved with clash, Clash wipes Daddy and supplying nuclear capability trying to to South Africa, Africa and, uh, Hitler said. And I'm paraphrasing, but he did say he said close swabs. Daddy, his his company was the model. Cut our Nazi company. The model Socialist Nazi Germany company and they thrive forever. So they love the way he ran it. He was not, uh Schindler. No, he used a lot of slave labor. But he didn't do it to help juice, Jews and slave labor to get free or get out or give them a better life used them as slaves. Close swaps Daddy and Klaus Schwab, who is the head of the World Economic Forum. Who's pretty much given us the great reset, which he didn't craft on his own, but always hugely involved there. See what Obama's are What binds service L O Biden were Biden is doing right now. He's not greatly involved in the crafting of anything. But he's all in any sympathetic and he's definitely willfully come complicit. On all of it. But other people are going over with meetings. You know, Here's what we need to do. We need to push this and here's how we get this agenda forward. But no close swab. I'm certain was one of the main architects. Of the new green Deal meets Agenda, 2030 meets the great reset. So he is a straight up there to the Nazi. Third Reich. And if you think of what Klaus Schwab is all about their ushering in the Fourth Reich, they just haven't called it that who knows if they will, but that's what they want. They want 1000 year reign or more of a one world government what the Nazis want a one world government. That's what all Socialists won a one world lockdown, dictatorial government. That's what's happening right now. Come to grips with that. Realized that This is the This is the, uh, the 30,000 ft view, and it's something you should be infinitely hooked in with every frickin day. Don't get caught in the minutia of it. Yeah, Some of that stuff is important, too. But look at what's going on out there as they destroy our world and destroy our American Republic as a result of it. Nothing good comes out of leftist. Government Nothing. Now here's a Here's an arm of that, said government. Most internal revenue Service guidance documents make for poor pleasure reading. Yeah, reading. Harris Tax code. Then again, most Irish guidance does effectively imposed retroactive tax doesn't impose retroactive tax on small business owners merely for having a family. What It just when you think it can't get any weirder or stranger secretly behind the scene when I'm sharing with you now is that through the vitamin astray shin through the Obama two point Oh, Through aiding and abetting the Fourth Reich administration. Uh, the Internal Revenue Service is getting all amped up to do things to crush small business Even further. There wasn't enough with the China murder virus when they tried to shut down small business and kick everything over to the major major major. Global dominant corporate entities. That wasn't enough. No. IRS notice 21 2021. That's 49 issued August 4th. Includes a bizarre interpretation of the law that will effectively raise taxes for business owners with close relatives, even if their family members have no involvement in the company. We'll wait. Let that sink in close relatives. So you're a business owner. You've got a mother or you've got a son and that's a close family member, right? Core goal of what's called coronavirus, Aid relief and economic security. That's cares Act passed early early on in the pandemic. Was to assist businesses and keeping employees on their payroll even if they dealt with economic effects of lockdowns. Part of the plan was the economic retention tax credit CRTC, which provides a tax credit against employer payroll tax liabilities. By the time the year to see is set to expire at the end of 2021 bipartisan infrastructure bill would end eligibility earlier. That's trying to do and it this month in September. The joint Committee on Taxation. Yeah, By the way, are you picking up on all these government entities in the title of the names of these insane were nothing more than 56, Russia. 1956, Russia. All these Commissars Joint Committee on Taxation estimates that employers will have claimed just under 36 billion as a result of it, But at the IRS gets its way business owners, especially those owning small businesses, will owe a lot of that back. Mm. That's because you are a somehow managed to conclude through ridiculous mental gymnastics that wages paid. The business owners are ineligible for the RTC. Wages paid to business owners if that owner has a sibling, parents or Children. Not immediate family members who are not involved in the business in any way simply the existence of a familiar bonds, so they have to work for the company. Sufficient to disqualify.
AP News Radio
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
Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"julian castro" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"O AI The majority of Texas Democratic senators have fled the state capital today, joining their House colleagues in D. C. State Senator Jose Menendez says this was the only way to stop the GOP leadership from passing their voting bill. I think the whole intention of this legislation is to influence the outcome of elections is to maintain power, Texas Republicans are pushing a bill that would ban drive through in 24 hour voting options and restrict the state's voting by mail rules. The Democrats feel their only way to stop. It is by pressing Congress to restore and strengthen parts of the Voting Rights Act. Governor Greg Abbott is threatening to arrest those house Democrats who left Texas and protest he says they could be taken into custody once they return and as the Democrats can't stay away forever. Once they step back into the state of Texas, there will be arrested and brought to the Texas capital and we will be conducting business. The governor says He could call as many special sessions as he needs in order to pass election reform, along with the other items on the docket. The FDA is taking action with regard to one of the covid 19 vaccines currently available. NBC's Miguel Elma Gear has the story that Johnson and Johnson vaccine will now include an FDA warning of an increased risk for a rare neurological disorder. Now no such link has been found in the mRNA vaccines developed by Pfizer and Moderna. Still, officials worry. The news may hamper the vaccine effort at a critical moment in the pandemic, regulators say, while the odds of developing Gillian Barre syndrome or slim Data shows those who get the change a vaccine or 3 to 5 times more likely to develop the condition than the general population, federal officials say about 100 people of the at least 13 million vaccinated with the J and J shot have developed the condition. The man accused of killing a San Antonio police detective is going back before a judge this morning as his murder trial continues, Prosecutor Timorous Strauss says between the witnesses, video evidence and police interviews. They have plenty of evidence. There will be other witnesses that will come in and testify about what they saw. Otis McCain is accused of murdering San Antonio police Detective Benjamin Marconi. He was shot and killed in his patrol car back in 2016 in front of the San Antonio Police Department headquarters. Former San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro is joining the staff of MSNBC and NBC News as a political analyst. Castro was the mayor of San Antonio from 2000 and 9 to 2014 get the latest news anytime anywhere to sell your voice activated. Smart device to play news. Radio 1200 w O a I on I Heart radio. I'm Margo Moreno news radio 1200 w O A. I.
Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"julian castro" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Going back before a judge this morning as his murder trial continues, Prosecutor Tamara Strauss says between the witnesses, video evidence and police interviews. It's clear who is responsible. You will know by this defendant's actions and his words that he committed capital murder of San Antonio Police Department Detective Benjamin Marconi. Notice. McCain is accused of murdering San Antonio police Detective Marconi, who was shot and killed in his police car back in 2016 in front of San Antonio Police Department headquarters. BAYR County deputies say a 73 year old man is dead after being stung hundreds of times by bees in the south. Part of the county Deputies responded to the scene on state Highway 16 south and found the man unresponsive. A neighbor says the man was mowing his lawn when the swarm of bees attacked She said she tried to help him afterwards and called 911 1st responders performed life saving measures on the man who died at Southwest General Hospital. Former San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro is joining the staff of MSNBC and NBC News as a political analyst. Castro was mayor of San Antonio from 2009 to 2014 and served as the secretary of housing and urban development for the Obama administration. From 2014 to 2017. He ran unsuccessfully for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination, and police are searching for the driver who led them on a high speed chase just south of downtown. Late last night, the chase started after DPS troopers were trying to pull over a car near I 37 loop for 10. W O AI news time is 705 Get the latest news anytime anywhere. Just tell your voice activated. Smart device to play news. Radio 1200.
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"julian castro" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Now 74 degrees at news radio 1200 double your Way on. Well. Vice President Kamala Harris says she is supporting a group of Texas Democrats have staged a walkout in protest of proposed changes to the state's voting rules. I applaud understanding for the rights of all Americans and all Texans to express their voice through their vote, Dozens of Democrats broke Corum yesterday, leaving the state on private jets and flying to D. C that where they say well, Stall the GOP backed bill, which aims to prohibit 24 hour polling places and make some changes to the rules regarding ballot, drop off boxes and drive through voting. Meanwhile, the governor is threatening to arrest the House Democrats who left the state saying the speaker of the House could call for the lawmakers have fled the Lone Star State for Washington to be taken into custody once they return. The governor added that he could also call as many special sessions as he needs to in order to pass election reform, along with other items on the docket issues like property tax relief. Funding to support sheriffs and law enforcement in high crime areas. Funding for Children in our foster care system. And funding for retired teachers after landing in the nation's capital. The group of Democratic Representatives said they will not come back to Texas until after the current special session ends on August 6th. But as you heard, the governor says he'll call as many special sessions as needed. Former San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro has a job joining the staff at MSNBC and NBC News as a political analyst. Castro's new position announced yesterday. Castro was of course, mayor of San Antonio from 2009 to 2014 and then served as the secretary of housing and urban development for the Obama administration from 2014 to 2017 and run and unsuccessfully for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination. President Biden meeting with mayors and police chiefs trying to respond to rising violent crime rates. President Biden says there's not a one size fits all approach to addressing crime, but says there are solutions that work first and foremost stemming the flow of firearms used to commit crimes, and it includes cracking down and holding rogue gun dealers accountable. The president also highlighted cities, using covid relief funding that hire police officers and implement other anti prime measures. Republicans have accused Democrats of being soft on crime, pointing to progressive lawmakers calls to defund law enforcement. The man accused of killing a San Antonio police detective is going back before a judge this morning as the murder trial continues. Prosecutor Tamara Strong, says that between the witnesses, video evidence and police interviews she believes it is clear who is responsible. You will know by this defendant's actions and his words.
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"To stay in Washington, D C for the next three weeks to block a vote on election bill during Texas special legislative session. Republican Senator John Coordinate of Texas was quick to react to the moves very untech something to do to cut and run in the face of a fight. More than 50 Dims walked out of a special session yesterday. Just a week after it was started, And now they say that they won't return until the session is over. So that's left his house without enough members to continue when it reconvenes this morning. Texas Governor Greg Abbott says that they could be arrested whenever they do return. Former San Antonio mayor and HUD Secretary Julian Castro has a new job. He's joining the staff of MSNBC and NBC News as a political analyst undercuts announced several new changes in the latest effort to prevent another energy crisis. Like the one seen during February's winter storms Now, traffic and weather together more good morning. It looks like we're up to a pretty good start. We do have a road closure due to construction southbound on Luke Fortune as you approach military drive. That will continue down to Marbach that should be picked up in the next few minutes. Not seeing any real big delays. Because of that you have to sandy traffic problems called to one Oh, 785 26 1. Michael Scott does Radio 1200 W Away I cloudy skies this morning Turning partly cloudy. Partly sunny this afternoon a chance of scattered thunderstorms highs in the upper eighties near 90 73.
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"CIA analyst, but sexy and welcome back. I am Brentwood Herbal. Your host today on the buck Sexton show Appreciate Buck having me in today. Spending time with one of the absolute smartest audiences and all of talk radio, and it is a pleasure to be here with each and every one of you. I mentioned as we went to that last break that I would let you hear from some of the action coming out of Washington D. C this past weekend, and it's important. It's frightening. It's loony in many ways, and it's important for you to understand what it is we as Conservatives are up against here is better to Rourke opining on the ideas surrounding the filibuster. Beto is a multi failed politician, having run for the Senate in the state of Texas and coming up short. Having run for the presidency of the United States, vowing to take your ar 15 and coming up short. And oh, by the way, a native of El Paso in who coincidentally enough is a guy I went to elementary school with for a minute. Seriously, I did. I went to elementary school with Beto O'Rourke. Um, it's uh, it's a fascinating thing to see people elevated over the course of your life into positions of power and responsibility that frankly, I wouldn't have voted for him for student council president let alone US president. But I digress. Here is better. O Rourke opining on the ways and means of the filibuster. Check this out. I don't think we should have a filibuster in this country. It's nowhere written in the Constitution. It's holding up important legislation nervous. Watching your earlier segment about the infrastructure bill economic packages that can make it a lot easier for people to find better jobs that pay higher wages. We need we not not as Democrats as Republicans. We as Americans need to deliver on these opportunities and his promises and the filibuster is a poor excuse for not doing so. But even more important is democracy 245 years. Into this experiment. It is under attack. Unlike any time in our history, January six, the first successful insurrection attempt to breach the capital since the war of 18 12, these voter suppression bills crossing the country and the big lie that is trafficked by the former president and believed by tens of millions. If there's not a response, a bold, powerful one like before the People act. I'm convinced that will lose this democracy. So if the filibuster stands in the way, then damn the filibuster and let's move forward. Gentlemen that that is indicative of a mindset when it comes to tyranny, and there's no there's no easy way to put it, but that that is indicative of a mindset that you get from from tyrants. Well, if the Constitution stands in the way of that will damn the Constitution. You don't like the filibuster. Damn the Phillips. We don't need a filibuster. We don't eat any of that kind of stuff happening. We are We are all about getting to our end as quickly as we can, so we can aggregate more power there naked about it. I mean, they're obvious about it, but he's not the only one. I don't know There's something down there in the water, But here is, uh Here is Julian Castro. Is it? Julian or Joaquin? I know they're both twins. I think this is Let me just don't check. I want to be accurate. I don't want to be ascribing. You know a certain certain things to certain A political types and then and then have people come at me and say, What are you doing? What are you doing you saying that they both sound alike. They do basically both sound alike. But Joaquin Castro says, Listen, we got to be willing to put aside this filibuster stuff so that we can protect our democracy. It's a republic. My gosh, Can we just send these guys back to civics class in high school here is here is Joaquin Castro? You know, Joaquin Castro is famous for something back when Julian was running for President Joaquin was the guy who released the list of Trump donors in San Antonio in the hopes that all those people may find a tough time for themselves. This is this is Joaquin Castro talking about the filibuster the evil filibuster. I'm for HR one hr. Four, But it was clear that Joe Manchin had gotten to a place where it didn't look like he was. Not only was he not going to do away with the filibuster to enact voting rights. He wasn't even supporting the bills. And so when he finally started negotiating and talking, that's a promising sign. And, you know, Although you're right, there are some of the things that we would like to see. In his compromise proposal. I think Stacey Abrams supported it because it does represent progress, but then for the Republicans to come forward and say we're not, we're not going to vote basically for anything. We're not gonna support the compromise we're talking about for anything. It's clear what we have to do. We have to be willing to put aside the filibuster in order to protect our democracy and past voting rights legislation, even if you don't put aside the filibuster for health care for immigration for education. For transportation and infrastructure. You have to be able to do it to protect our democracy and our voting rights. So what do we have? We understand the ends can justify the means for just about anything, and that's important and that's good. And that's Way it's got to be because we're just trying to save the democracy, the democracy you know what democracy is. I love this quote of mine. It's a quote that I use a lot. It's not my quote. Duh. But the idea of democracy is They say, Uh, four wolves sitting around with a lamb figuring out what's for dinner and voting on it. That's right. It's always going to be the lamb. Have you tried the lamb? So they want to protect the democracy? They wanna protect the democracy. Thank goodness for Lindsey Graham. I mean, back once upon a time, you and I are old enough to remember when he was going little bit off the rails with Senator Juan McCain, but he's back in the right spot, and he understands the threat from these DS and what it is they want to do..
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"In this country keep trying to be united against the republicans they view the republicans action central threat. They've got the american media. Constantly saying the republicans are cult racist fascist other insurrectionist. You name it. And yet these divisions keep cropping up on the democratic side They're pretty little narratives. Don't actually hold up. When you put the spotlight on them and bernie sanders. Says he wants to be pro. Israel and pro palestinian. But he can't help but defend amass calling the terrorist group not well the israelis they they killed all these children now. Why why because the palestinians forced kids. I played you the audio last week of the guy when when the idea of called and said we're going to bomb your building. Get the children out. He said no. We're going to let them all die. So the world sees you bernie. Sanders is willing to play into that. The left has a real problem on. Its hands because they can't call out violence unless they perceive it to be from a republican. They can't denounce terrorists unless they perceived terrorist has republican sympathies. they can't denounced fascism or communism. Let's they perceive there's a way to make it about donald trump. And while they're doing that the rest of the world is painting. What the hell's wrong with these people. A lot is wrong with them. Liberalism progressivism is itself a problem. And they're having to do with it. It's rotting their brains. This is actually pretty funny. Welcome back it's your erickson here. The phone number is eight. Seven seven nine seven eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five known bloom neon or on twitter as the talking points are clearly out. Here's bernie sanders. we've recess. We've recently seen disturbing antisemitic attacks. And a troubling rise of islamaphobia on a presley i strongly condemn the rise in anti-semitism and islamophobia corey bush the work of just mantle lean anti semitism anti blackness. Islamaphobia anti-palestinian racism. Every other form of eight is our work. We jamaal bowman. We've seen an increase in. Antisemitism and islam phobic eight in new york city. A nationwide julian castro. The united states must work toward a future in which israelis and palestinians can live in peace. Marie newman over the past several months. We've seen a rise in anti semitic anti islamophobic attacks. Lesley ann brandt. It's not hard to have empathy for families both palestinian and israeli living. Through this it's not hard. Not it's not. Hard to not be islam phobic or anti semitic and on and on a goes we. We've got the talking points now. We've got the talking points. They are that it is anti israel anti palestinian it is anti semitism and islamophobia. It's gotta be both sides. It's gotta be both sides doing it. It's gotta be all or nothing. On both sides we can't focus on anti semitism why because they'll alienate one side. They will alienate part of their base if they just call it out because the younger progressives have become so anti-israel so antisemitic based on critical theory. They're starting to eat themselves here. This is the logical fallout of anti semitism in this country tied to critical theory in this country. And this is why. It's not sustainable. Now the question is whether or not the united states itself can survive until it all burns but it very clearly is at play at this point and we're seeing this as well within the within the community of black business owners in this country who we're told that they're the oppressed class that the white people the republicans are oppressing them and a lot of them are realizing wait a second. These people are coming after me.
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"Daniel Estrin. NPR NEWS Jerusalem Democrats and voting rights groups in Texas say they object to propose voting restrictions in the state, comparing them to ones recently passed and Georgia and Florida. That largely with member station Kut reports. Opponents gathered in Austin this weekend to express their concerns. The Texas has the representatives passed a bill last week that, among other things, ban sending mail in ballot applications to a voter that has not requested one. It would also expand the rights of poll watchers. That's something that worried speakers at the weekend rally at the Texas capital. Former congressman Beto O'Rourke and former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julian Castro were among those calling for pressure on Republicans to stop the proposal. It's not entirely clear what will be in the final bill, the Texas House and Senate passed different versions of the bill. The two chambers will have to resolve those differences before final votes can be taken by the end of the month. Measure's supporters say the new rules are needed to stop voter fraud, though there's no evidence of more than a handful of instances of voter fraud in Texas for NPR news. I'm Matt largely in Austin. This is NPR news. 45 degrees A dado four. Good morning. I'm Mary Dixon. With WB. Easy news. The architecture world is mourning. The sudden death of helmet yon is romantic high tech designs will live on for decades. Is WB Easy's Michael Puente reports. Philadelphia, Berlin and, of course, Chicago or just among the few places where you could find Yang's works. Born in Germany in 1940 Young came to Chicago in 1966. Study under the legendary Ludwig Mies van der Rohe at the Illinois Institute of Technology. He's best known here for designing the Thompson Center and United's Terminal one at O'Hare. Reed Kroloff is the dean of the College of Architecture and IittIe, the energy and the vibrancy of his buildings and with the way he approached architectures Is rare. We're all the worst for this loss. Yang was killed in a bicycle crash Saturday afternoon. He was 81 Michael Puente, WB Easy news. Covert Vaccine Supplies are high, but in some parts of cook County demand is slowing down. That's why Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle says the county may need to work closer with non for profit groups to increase vaccination rates among some groups. If you have more than 15 headaches a month, you could be experiencing chronic migraines. WB Easy's Araceli Gomez L. Donna reports. While there hasn't been a lot of research on what causes migraines, a new study out of the University of Illinois Chicago shows a novel way to treat thumb. I mean, a Padan is the study's lead researcher. She examined what migrants look like on a cellular level, focusing on the brain cells, sidle skeletons. They give sells their shape. And when she altered the sidle, skeletons and animals experiencing a migraine, they were no longer in this chronic pain states. And so that was, you know, kind of exciting because it implies that if you can Manipulate the sight of skeleton you condemned potentially have these anti migraine effects, which kind of opens up a whole new drug class. For example, Prudence says, the next step is to dig deeper and find out if this technique can be applied to other types of pain. Arisa Legal. Ms Saldana, WB easiness, The Bulls beat the Pistons one away to 94. Blackhawks beat the Stars. 42 White Sox swept the Royals winning yesterday. 93. The Cubs lost the Pirates whether today partly cloudy with a chance of rain and a high of 53 cooler by the lake low tonight of 38. I'm Mary Dixon. WB easy news Traffic..
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"Wbtv in Charlotte, North Carolina. Ladies and gentlemen, filling in for Rush Limbaugh. Paul, please welcome Bread Winner bowl and thank you, Johnny Donovan. I appreciate the opportunity to sit in for Rush Limbaugh. It is a momentous occasion for a lot of reasons. Most importantly, I'm sitting in for Rush Limbaugh, but Mostly today because we're continuing to watch closely. This impeachment proceeding take place in Washington, D. C and Joaquin Castro is now the manager who is up presenting the case. So far, we've had presentation of of people talking through tweets and social posts. About how it is that the president was was directing them in some way to go about rioting. I think when you dig down, though, in much of this evidence, what you're seeing is the president was directing them to express themselves express their displeasure to their They're legally elected representatives there at the Capitol. The president did not call upon his supporters to take hockey sticks and baseball bats and Stan shins and shields and helmets and grappling hooks. To go when attacking the siege to the capital. It just wasn't just was not the case. This was a confluence of events with a number of different motivations happening at the same time, and as I said earlier in that first hour It's a mob mentality that takes root, but I'm struck by something here. It's very interesting. Joaquin Castro is making the case is pressing the case that the president diligent, um, ized over the course of weeks and months. The outcome of the election. That that he said, essentially in the weeks and months before the election after the election, And then before the rioting that the election was fraudulent, that it was stolen that it was it was just it wasn't it wasn't right. November the fifth stop the count. Stop the fraud, You know, tweets tweets like that you can say stop the count and stop the fraud without Implying that it's important to go in riot. I don't take stop the fraud and stop the count from I don't take that as meaning. We need to go in riot at the Capitol way. Don't That's not the way we comport ourselves. But Joaquin Castro is an interesting character, because remember when Julian Castro was running for the presidency, and Joaquin was out there and we were called a number of ugly incidents taking place, and I just I just want to. I just want to give you a bit of evidence by implication if I can. All right, so Joaquin Castro In the wake of of the terrible shooting at the Wal Mart in El Paso, Texas. Remember that a couple of years ago, Joaquin Castro Uh, went on his own accord and pulled together the names off donors the names of donors. To the Trump presidential election and campaign who happened to live in San Antonio. Whacking Castro is from sanity represents San Antonio, Texas. That's where is district is and the implication people drew at the time was Wait a minute. What do you What do you doing here? Congressman Castro. Are you saying that Because somebody donated money to trump they should face some sort of a consequence now. In that world. We could easily take the trump arguments that Castro and Raskin and the Goose and Sicily near making against President Trump, and we could say, Well, what is this? Why would you post the names, phone numbers and addresses off people who donated money to tear the Trump for president? Campaign? What are you implying? Why the address? Why the phone numbers? Are you implying people should should confront these people at their homes at their businesses that they should be intimidated and not be permitted to do business in the city of Senate? See no that That's an implication to and that's that's lost to history. I mean, you can. You can Google what I'm talking about it. It is a fact. But Joaquin Castro at the time said Well, this is all publicly available information I'm not responsible for for causing people to go and take some kind of action against Citizens who just wrote checks and gave money to a campaign. But I mean, they need to understand There's a cost right there. Well, okay, Words mean things. Words mean things. And so, to the extent that we couldn't say that Joaquin Castro was saying, go on do stuff to these people who donated money. That's what his contention was. And we can also not say that Donald Trump President Trump at the time ordered people to go to the capital to thrash the capital to attack the members of Congress. But see that That's one of those things. That's tricky because it's logical. It's It's rules for me the rules for the but not for me, and so what we're getting again. Let me let me give another dive into this into this impeachment process that's playing out. We're getting video. It's very serious video. We're getting tweets were getting declarations by the president. We're getting more video of now. People banging on the windows at the counting centers in places like Philadelphia, with the implication being well, these in the same sort of people that would go riot. There's a white pickup truck with American flags and trump flags driving on the street. It's all the kind of stuff that they throw out there and intend for Americans to stitch together in their minds as meaning. Ah ha! These were the foundations of the order's going out there, toe cause a ruckus and to intimidate people. Here's the dirty little secret. For the impeachment managers. And I know you hate this. I know you hate this more than anything. Conservatives. Trump's supporters, Independence liberals. Have a right to go and protest and to make their voices heard. They have that as a sacred, right. You have the right to lobby your lawmakers..
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"Com slash credit and from the listeners of KQED, San Francisco and Qet QE II, North Highland Sacramento. It's 5 36. It's all things considered from NPR news. I'm Audie Cornish and I'm Mary Louise Kelly. Across Russia. Protesters have taken to the streets in recent weeks in support of jailed opposition figure Alex Sandoval names Now, as Navalny faces a three year prison sentence. His team has called off for the protests for now, and Russia's Foreign Ministry is expelling diplomats from Germany, Sweden and Poland for allegedly attending what they're calling illegal rallies. Will Maria Lipman of George Washington University studies Russia from her perch in Moscow, and she attended one of the protests there last month. I asked her whether these uprisings felt different than political protests of the past. What was different this time was the geography. It was broader than ever more cities and towns than on any previous occasions of mass protests, and what was also very important in different is that people were inspired by the same emotion and the chance were similar. From Moscow to the Far East to other places, and the most popular chant was put in is a thief. What was also unusual this time is police brutality. We had it before, but never on this scale. I mean the riot police beating people on some occasions to guess was used. I think this was the first time TGS was used. In public rallies in Russia and the electric shockers. I have seen reports of these latest protest. Some of the protesters have been resisting in in a stronger way than before, have been throwing things. For example at the Russian security forces have been Taking even bigger risks. T stand their ground. Did you see any of that? I didn't see it personally. But there's still plenty of videos and this time around. They were indeed clashes. Not too many. But there were clashes with the police, and it's not clear at this point, whether probably they were provocateurs. Or whether the emotions were running so high as young people saw the policeman roughing up totally innocents. People who did nothing wrong. We don't know. What is truly about this protest is that According to some estimates, some 40% of those who took to the streets did that for the first time. Well, where will all this energy go with Alexi Navalny behind bars with his team, saying no protests for a bit until spring in summer? How do we know where the protest movement Goes next. Off course without off course, you never know with protests on what is important to know about Russia is that Novalee is commonly referred to as the leader of the opposition, but there is no opposition if we're talking about political structures There is not much there they can identify with to say, I'm a supporter of this party. I will vote for this movement. So it remains to be seen whether this wave of protests ebbs just like others did before, Or maybe something is different this time so that this is going to be a beginning of something bigger off something larger. It sounds as though to you someone with a long record of watching Russian politics and the Kremlin. Putin's grip on power has never really looked in danger will. It is certainly not in danger now, but his approval ratings have gone down somewhat. And this is especially true among the young people in the also faced the problem of an aging leader who is no longer his nation's uniter. In fact, he is his nation's divider. We might live to see the time when Putin will begin to look, maybe not as an asset, but a liability. The Russian establishment. I'm not seeing it from here. But this is something to watch. Maybe for years to come is Maria Lipman. She's a senior associate at the program on New Approaches to research and security in Eurasia. That's it. George Washington University. We reached her today in Moscow. Maria Lipman, Thanks Thank you. President Biden's first few weeks in office have included a focus on equity, and that's won him praise from the coalition that delivered him the presidency. It's also brought criticism from conservatives. NPR's Juana Summers reports. During his first week in office. President Biden made clear that addressing an equity would be a fixture not just of his presidency but the responsibility of the entire federal government as he signed an executive order last week. Described these actions as a moral imperative. It's time to act because that's what the faith and morality call us to do In the months to come. Biden's team is expected to take steps to directly address in equity and all parts of life. Ranging from housing, criminal justice, health care and education. He has said that one of his administration's goals is to dismantle systemic racism. Julian Castro served as Secretary of Housing and Urban Development and the Obama administration. He says that Biden's focus on historical inequities is especially significant now to govern with an equity lands means to be Realistic to govern with eyes wide open about the racial inequities that exist in our country that were there before covert 19 but have been exacerbated. Since Kobe 19. Biden's early focus on equity is an attempt to account for differences in need among people with historically disadvantaged backgrounds. It is also a reflection of the coalition that delivered him the presidency. Civil rights leaders and activists have given the new administration early positive reviews, though they have also made clear that they want to see more from Biden than just rhetoric. Shot. Robinson is the head of color of change. The work ahead will be operational izing that ensuring that equity just doesn't show up in speeches, but it shows up in budgets. That equity simply isn't about restoring us back to policies from the Obama years, but about what is it going to take to move us forward Susan Rice, Biden's domestic policy adviser, made the case that there is a universal concrete benefit to these actions. She talked about it in the White House briefing room. These aren't feel good policies. The evidence is clear. Investing in equity is good for economic growth. And it creates jobs for all Americans. I think every American deserves equal treatment under the law on the executive should be focused on ensuring that equality is protected. So that's the reason I am concerned that the bite administration seems, seems to be attempted to do the opposite, right. That's my Gonzalez with the Heritage Foundation, and he echoed criticisms that are already being heard from Republicans on Capitol Hill. On Fox News, Kentucky Senator Rand Paul said that Biden's inaugural address had attacked Republicans with with the senator described as thinly veiled innuendo, suggesting that Republicans are Racists. And take a listen to this exchange between Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton, Well, questioning Biden's nominee for Housing secretary, Marsha Fudge, So just be clear, then. Sounds like racial equity means treating people differently based on their race. Is that correct that based on race, but it could be best based on economics. It could be based on the history. Discrimination has existed for a long time. It could be based on educational levels. It could be based on many things. President Biden says that advancing equity is a core value of the country and a value that the majority of Americans share. At least among some Republicans, he may have some convincing to do Wanna summers. NPR news. And you're listening to all things considered. Students across the country are getting their college acceptance letters and deciding where to attend in the fall. Their choices could determine the fate of a number of colleges that are barely surviving from NPR's daily economics podcast, the indicator from Planet money, Stacey Vanek, Smith and Petty Hirsch explained him. In the morning of April. 6th 2018 Mackenzie Bumpus was on a mission. Mackenzie was student body president at Mount Item Small Liberal Arts College in Newton, Massachusetts. And she had prepared a presentation for the business faculty about these schools, athletes. It was good, really well, right. She was heading our talking points. Then she felt this tail tail buzz on her wrist. I received a notification on my watch. That we had gotten an email from the president, the president of might either college. Mackenzie got this weird feeling. She actually just stopped talking mid presentation and read the email off of her watch, And I read that email saw that school was closing. Mount Ida was closing. Well, it wasn't closing. Exactly. It was being acquired by the much larger, much wealthier University of Massachusetts because they're non profits. We tend to forget about colleges and universities being businesses. Julie Fulton is a college consultant and the owner of Mosaic College crap. They have direct competitors, and they are trying to learn customers who are the students and parents with their offerings right. Neither college business is in crisis..
"julian castro" Discussed on KCRW
"Finally rolling in, but the winner in Iowa still up in the air and the chaos after a major delay in reporting the first votes of the 2020 Democratic race, a new smartphone app meant to collect the results failed epically on caucus night. And the complicated rules of the caucus meant that Pete Buddha Judge and Bernie Sanders basically tied now President Biden came and forth. The Associated Press never named an official winner and calls for Iowa to lose its place in line grew louder. I think on its merits that the Iowa caucus fall short of the values that we espouses Democrats That's Julian Castro. He served as housing secretary for former President Obama and ran for president in 2020. Castro dropped out before the Iowa caucuses. But he says 2020 should be the last year. Iowa goes first and that going forward, it should be a primary election rather than a party run caucus. You have basically one person one vote instead of an arcane formula to figure out who wins. The whole thing. On top of that the diversity of Iowa and New Hampshire simply don't reflect the diversity of either our country or of the Democratic Party. Castro says Obama's win in Iowa that helped propel him to the White House in 2008 was wonderful, but was an exception. Even in the aftermath of the APP meltdown, State Party leaders still insisted Iowa should go first. Here's Iowa Democratic Party chair Mark Smith last February. We study the candidates very well. We give the candidates the opportunity to travel across the state and to meet with people and to hone their message as well. And so I will make a strong argument that we should keep the Caucasus here. All this will be up for debate. Once Jamie Harrison takes over the DNC. He's from South Carolina, which kicked off a syriza of Biden victories in the primary cycle. Harrison is best known for raising a lot of money in his unsuccessful race against Republican Senator Lindsey Graham last year. Expect a lengthy discussion about the nominating calendar, says Clay Middleton. He's a close friend of Harrison's and also a member of the DNC from South Carolina. President Biden is gonna have a saying this, too. And who better than Joe Biden to provide his assessment. Having ran for president a few times and not winning, I was one idea would be to have all the early states go closer together, says Wendy Davis, a DNC member from Georgia. If you look at those for the first four states Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina and Nevada put together they actually are a very good picture of America right in the diversity that is in America. But these conversations about changing the presidential nominating calendar have happened for decades, and the debates have never really changed. Meanwhile, the chairman of the Iowa Republican Party says he's working on cementing an alliance with the other early states to preserve the current nominating calendar for his party.
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"A corny amid the maggot crowd. Zach Boar Cause a 22 year old college student who says they often scuffle with the trump trains that roar through town almost every weekend. We here essentially to go ahead and let Donald Trump no Not only is he not welcome here in the valley, but his white supremacist values and near Fascist ideas are never welcome here in the Rio Grande Valley. Just then a Jeep zooms past with a flag that reads. Jesus is my Savior. Trump is my president. That's my favorite flag. I love that flag. It is certain. I swear to God that is a flag straight out of parks and rec. Fearing a repeat of the violence that broke out in Washington last week. Ah, larger Eddie Trump rally was held miles from the president's motorcade route. The featured speaker was Julian Castro, former San Antonio mayor and HUD secretary under President Obama. But the most significant thing about the Trump presidency is not the wall that he's built around us. It's all that he has built between us. And what we're here to say today is that we've had enough of that division and hate and bigotry. We have had enough yellow stuff. A couple of hours later, the president's helicopter squadron passed overhead to an airport where Air Force one would carry Donald Trump back to the White House. And this crowd hopes marking the end of the Trump saga and not another mile of border Wall. John Burnett. NPR NEWS, McAllen, Texas This is NPR news. Support for KQED comes from Diamond certified resource rating. Local companies on quality and helpful expertise. Diamond certified companies back by the diamond Certified performance guarantee diamond certified dot or g'kar. Brexit. Well, it's happened so the mood in the U K. Then the market is really buoyant. Everything's looking.
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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
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
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
"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
"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
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
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
"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
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
"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
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
'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
The Lead with Jake Tapper
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
State of the Union with Jake Tapper
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.
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