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"june richard" Discussed on That Superhero Thing presents The Loki Takeover

That Superhero Thing presents The Loki Takeover

03:29 min | 4 months ago

"june richard" Discussed on That Superhero Thing presents The Loki Takeover

"But i don't think it's going to be. It's going to be much at all. I think if an embark of and they need to they need to give more offering a big break because we need. It's going to be weird having somebody else coming at this day. Yeah yeah. I'm not be huge. I'm basically i mean. I've i've had stuff about i. M taryn yeah. I think he's a good opportunity. I think he's a good opportunity. I think he's a good option. Is john jackman is at just comes across the petillo feel like we need lake somebody in the fifty s huge perfect for pay more morning. Kevin fight you just pay milan cattleman. You can do it. i think. That's it for news then. So should we. Should we get richard on and talk about the first episode of wife. Haven't right so now that we're into the the wife breakdown so actually one of what i am. I'm extremely happy to introduce office. Guest host to the the shout direct from the direct. We have richard evans. Thanks use that. That's that's the gossip ghulam. Maybe even start something. I'm richard thank you very much for joining us to help kick off a what if chronicles event at for anyone who doesn't average is a writer and editor for the direct who specializes in the in. The emc also owns and operates his own restaurants. He's extremely extremely busy. So again thank you. Thank you very much for taking the time to to jordan was on the episode. We will Before we get into what. We'll have a full interview with richard komen to pay trump which is gonna release on the september yet so full full chat with richard about what he does it the direct. What as well as darren and how it all works so get into a what. If i know we've already done the at There will be spoiler steadily over as usual. We'll talk through the absurd in detail will break it down. What did we like. What didn't we like and then we'll get to. The end will get your like an only on june. Richard jumpin interrupt. Just give us give us your opinions shylock. This might seem like a really detailed way of gardens told richard before we were Minute defile but this sounds like a lot of detail. I really liked the fact that at the start. The animated the mall studios logo the whole thing go. All the way through. Tribal dow is cool. I expected when it started it all to be rated. I was a little bit devastated when it wasn't when they just gave us a little at the door as it i was. I was curious to see what they would do with that. Because like we've had a little bit something different for all the other shows as being animated but just that little bit right at the a new it was. It was a nice touch. It was just enough was an it was just to not to not to not not to bother doing anything. Just throw some bit. I also feel anew is going to be in it jeffrey. Right there in the voice so good and couldn't have picked anybody better. I could let you listen to that guy to be recite the dictionary. I think the only passionate of enjoyed more would be mortgage friedman. Yeah just what. I was going to exactly where i was. It was like morgan freeman. Geoffrey right go. Go jeffrey rights..

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"june richard" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"june richard" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Here in Springfield Happy Monday. Everybody welcome back. It is Monday. I feel it's important to remind people would say that would get his, especially this week. If you missed it off the top. Good news from the police. No household I the host the program. Jim Pulido is back at home. Hey, is still recovering physically as it Z beat him up pretty good. But he is at least back home with his family recovering, and he plans to be back on the fourth of as scheduled. So that is this. Certainly good news there. I'll elsewhere. Uh, obviously, the big topic here is the stimulus. Package. Which again Everybody's will go to prison and waited so long to get this thing done. Well, That's because a he asked you to do something which was make the checks bigger. And also you're dealing with a businessman who is, uh, made his living negotiating. So most negotiations and most people who are good at negotiations don't, uh, aren't presented with a plan. And then I just like, Yep. Do it. Let's go. Yep. Perfect. Love it. Do it know their neck they negotiate. Wait till the last minute. To see if they get a better deal. All right. I mean, I'm a sports guy. Why? Why is it that they have a trade deadline in sports, too? You know, the NHL trade deadline is a February 3rd. Three o'clock. PM And it's February 32 59. Everybody's on the phone, but I got to get this if that's what they do. They wait for the last minute to get the best negotiation. That's what everybody does. Business. Um But it does look like, uh, the you know, Americans can keep the federal unemployment benefits. The eviction moratorium has been extended. Millions of Americans to get that $600 stimulus check. That'll do basically nothing again. I'm gonna I have to make a mental note to stop calling it a stimulus check. It is a relief check. Um But it's funny. This this cracks me up because Richie Neal, the congressman out here in Springfield, I? He released a statement to Western Mass news. Which again I find comical. He says the president's pointless delay in approving this relief legislation cost millions of Americans a week's worth of pandemic related unemployment assistance that they desperately need. Is stalling only intensified anxiety and hardship for workers and families who are in collateral damage in his political games. Oh, Oh, Now if we were to play a little game of mad Libs Instead of saying the president's pointless delay in approving this relief legislation cost of millions of Americans a week's worth of pandemic relief. Why don't we say Congress is pointless Delay in approving in creating a relief legislation cost millions of Americans nine months worth of pandemic related unemployment assistance that they desperately needed? Your stalling. Richard Neal on Lee intensified anxiety and hardship for workers and families who are collateral damage in your political games. Nancy Pelosi The president. The president delayed a week and he's a jerk. You guys delayed nine months. Nine months, then all the president all the meal, large man. Hey, wait a whole week. They got this stimulus. You know what that's gonna do. That's gonna delayed another week really $600 to people who needed it eight months ago. You're going to sit here. They're right. You should have done something in June. Richard Neal. June. You know, While he waited till the last minute I got so did you? You waited till the last minute. How come he didn't present them with anything? And I don't know. In August, where you been? I'm so tired of Democrats making me defend Trump. Like I can't even tell you people I don't really like this guy. And yet the Democrats are so whiny and emotional and just there, so, uh, diseased with this anti trump stuff. It drives me nuts. There's no way this guy could have been his bad of a president. As they said for the last four years. I know for a fact he hasn't because I've been sitting here listening to what has gone on last four years. He's not that bad. And this kind of stuff. This is the kind of stuff that again like that's why I can't go back to it. Bill, Maher said. The election in November, pulled politicians we don't like trump, but guess what? Democrats we don't like you either. There's nobody voted for you. And this is the kind of stuff why Richard Neal, you want again because you ran unopposed. You had a little bit of Ah, battle that you obviously paid your way through which, of course, you couldn't have done it without bringing up some salacious scandal about the mayor of Holyoke having a affair with a student at U Mass. It's all of a sudden story that miraculously came out a week and a half before the election. That's cute. You needed to do that just to win your seat back, and now you're going to sit here and and beat up the president for delaying a week when you delayed nine stinkin months. That's the kind of stuff that I just I can't I can't get behind from that party. I I can't I just can't do it. The all the time that they spent whining and again, Chuck Schumer, you know the most dramatic if we don't get this done now, everyone is gonna die. And the babies are gonna be born with four heads. Okay? Chuck Schumer, relax, dude. No, I know you're grew. I know you're Mr Hollywood and everything's got to be so dramatic Chill. Fill out.

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"june richard" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"june richard" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"News continues on the twenty third a day of June Richard Brooks is set to be remembered today at the Atlanta church where the Reverend Martin Luther king junior once preached be private funeral for the man who was fatally shot by a police officer will be held at the Ebenezer Baptist church officer Garrett Rolph fatally shot the black man in the back after Brooks fired a taser in his direction while running away following a struggle outside of a Wendy's restaurant king's daughter the Reverend Bernice king also plans to deliver remarks at Brooks funeral Seattle's mayor says the Seattle moved to wind down the occupy protests zone following two recent shootings including one that left a man dead Jenny Durkan said at a news conference Monday officials are working with the community to bring chop the Capitol Hill occupy protests known to an end after two weeks the mayor said the violence is distracting from changes sought by thousands of peaceful protesters opposing racial inequality and police brutality well we believe individuals organizations and others can continue to gather on Capitol Hill peacefully to continue disorder the violence in the impacts on residents and businesses are not just at odds with the message of justice and equity they cannot continue to occur we are working with community to bring this to an end but the city will not allow for gun violence to continue in the evenings around Capitol Hill and if individuals continue to remain at the park we will be looking at additional steps to insure community safety all the residents businesses and leaders here today are aligned that we cannot let acts of violence define this movement for change we also need to open Capitol Hill cal Anderson park in those blocks for businesses employees visitors and residents there can also said police will soon return to that of precinct that the department largely abandoned the area following clashes with protesters following George Boyd's death at the hands of Minneapolis police New York City police officer suspended from duty after he was recorded putting a man in what the commissioner said was a banned chokehold could face criminal charges for the second time in his career prosecutors said Monday they've opened a probe and officer David after doors actions on a queens boardwalk adding that there must be zero tolerance for police misconduct New York City mayor bill de Blasio freezing the second officer who told the officer off that was after officers noticed that they were being recorded and once it stopped when bystander by any standard told the officer to stop choking him now this is such an important thing to see police.

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"june richard" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"june richard" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"To baseball and the different virus pandemic Jeff Passan said players will have to make sacrifices to play again I think the players also understand that if they want to play this year and they want to get paid this year then they are going to have to abide by some of these rules and and some of them you know what are actually really reasonable but some of them just have this odd optical thing that's confusing to us like sitting in the stands during games we've never done that before we haven't done that since little league in yet it's a reality in this moment of Major League Baseball wants to play this year this is probably how it's going to have to be done governors from New York California and Texas said Monday that professional sports could possibly return as early as June Richard Sherman point out what he feels is likely the factor behind the governor Gavin Newsom decision Sherman tweeted money changes everything team start exploring options outside the state and all the sudden the timing chains the other half past headlines back to mathematics ladies and gentlemen you're welcome Max our our no commercials yes No starting with tween Khyber yes yes one of my top six six next top six forty and capped off with a cooler on content if he did it's exactly what you want and everything you need have your copy how do you choose to choose because Murphy Max power hour begins now Dave baseball baseball we all know it's rough out there these days so this move at all us some everyone's favorite two bagger number eighteen gonna get through this site let's do it by a hundred dealers nor cal news dot com B. R. one O. four five six six in sports all right on a Tuesday morning with a lot of news bubbling around we talk to Duane Kuiper on the gas line good morning to Wayne how are yeah.

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"june richard" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"june richard" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"U. S. economy will contract by as much as twenty percent in April may and June Richard Cantu ABC news as we continue through the overnight period decreasing clouds of the expected across the area to dry up there but on the chilly side as lows eventually drop off into the lower forties we look at for your Monday it is a good looking day mostly sunny skies taking over into your Monday afternoon it's warmer with highs reaching the upper sixties by your Monday night increasing clouds expected mostly cloudy skies eventually take over as a small chance for an isolated shower becomes a possibility late Monday night otherwise temperatures not as cool out there with lows dropping into the low to mid fifties that's your updated forecast on WLKY meteorologist Chris Johnson this is a Bloomberg money minute what Americans return to the workplace after the coronavirus lock down there are likely to see a number of changes including temperature scanning covert nineteen testing limits on meeting size and face masks and the Bloomberg automotive reporter Keith Naughton says Ford has been trying out wristbands as a means of enforcing social distancing rules Samsung watches that have been loaded with software the tell workers with the vibration and also with a color coded warning on the watch when they get within six feet of another person not just the wearer but the wearer's boss as well the supervisor get real time results but also gets reports that shows where there is clustering in the plant whether a social distancing problems so that they can take actions to avoid having those problems right now it's a limited test of just one plant in Plymouth Michigan but assign potentially of what's to come I'm Charlie public Bloomberg radio let's face it credit cards are pretty much a necessity new tires for the car here's my card I order take out use my card and most of us just accept the high interest rates credit cards charge is a necessary evil what are you gonna do.

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"june richard" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"june richard" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Business was not reflected yesterday's export sales report which showed twenty three point two million bushels of export sales for the week making a potential export business the USDA's attache to trying to forecast the Chinese soybean import program will come in at eighty four million metric tons that's down from the last USDA official projection of eighty eight million they continue to feel the impact of the reduced why her do the African swine fever in overnight trade five soybean futures are continuing yesterday's move higher trading up eleven cents is a record this week also rallied on the news that China was looking in fact trying to purchase at least two vessels of hard red winter wheat yesterday have been confirmed from a cash market perspective basis in interior U. S. seems to be holding steady while the port basis it's up five to ten cents per bushel and hard red winter wheat probably reflecting the need to get that we tear low those vessels weekly export sales came in at the low side of expectations of twelve point four million bushels we've seen some good rains in the southern plains and have more in the five day outlook that's serving to ease some of the dryness concerns finally in international news Ukraine's research institute for cancer grain crops will be ten percent smaller than the one they had in twenty nineteen in overnight trade Chicago's a dime hired Kansas city is up eighteen cents in Minneapolis is trading three cents higher to record this cotton futures continue to struggle yesterday with the may futures closing down a hundred and seventy one points to settle at fifty eight ninety three the overnight traders five futures of credit joined the rest of market trading higher with us five futures up a hundred and twenty four points is a record this yesterday saw the livestock futures drugs have really a a pretty nice rally June live cattle futures were up three dollars per hundred weight well may cedar cattle were up the four dollar and fifty cent limit lean hog futures also had a nice outing with the June Richards finishing day one dollar and eighty five cents higher class remote futures run fire as well with April futures closing thirty four points higher is a startling sixteen oh one any overnight trade we have trading in additional three points higher cash livestock markets raw stronger once again yesterday choice boxes had another huge day zero two dollars and sixty three cents to close at two hundred forty nine dollars and eighty seven cents per hundredweight selects for two dollars and fifty six cents higher to forty one oh six and pork carcass values integrated close zero four dollars and three cents to settle at seventy eight dollars and ninety three cents per hundred this is Craig how guards your financial issues and update we'll be right back with more financial issues after this let's say you just bought a house news your one step closer to becoming your parents which.

"june richard" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

08:02 min | 2 years ago

"june richard" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Bartender this woman and I hear him just have close enough just to hear him I'm not ten fifteen feet away on the bar having a beer when he's talking about these two jobs at the Space Center by the way Orlando's it if you didn't know about fifty miles from shore sure so he started learning jobs in my ear props up and he mentions Graham and technical services the company with which I had tried to get all of Friday the CDL climb back in nineteen eighty nine eighty eight eighty nine well I am Mosey over and talk to this guy he was nice enough to give me a point of contact within a day or two I had an interview at the Space Center got a job at the Space Center working are indirectly Friday blocking the shuttle and a great memory of locking the shuttle bay I mean if the master console you knows that yours with the slanted windows in Apollo thirteen and all these great movies that you see I want your wow is that your gas or what that is an amazing story and Fred Haise he's got to be up in his eighties I believe is still with us as me all right you know I mean I don't know for sure what about I think he is I think he is I think he's so well into his eighties by now but I I believe he's still he's still going strong that's a great story when you run I mean a lot what was his name but those OP are always gives name on Howard Ron Howard hearing this curler out there I was working they were doing on location footage at the Space Center which was kind of cool I never never got to run into but so that was all going on back in the late is ninety eight I think if they did that movie very well done but it's pretty cool out perseverance in prayer plays out in that after going getting a couple years of credit at the Georgia tech during my four years in the navy coming back to where I grew up in Atlanta okay so in my dream getting my degree at Georgia tech thanks for coming to Florida your aircraft which I used to do as a kid making you know didn't have money and then meeting this guy at a bar and getting the job with the space that there's there's an old saying I'm I'm trying to remember who who said it I don't know if it was Voltaire's someone like that luck is the residue of design yeah don't you believe June Richards perseverance and prayer is an amazing thing it's just invaluable absolutely absolutely and and preparation like opportunity will knock but if you're not prepared for it it'll pass you by and you were prepared right right absolutely eight sometimes that's all it takes showing up right Kevin thanks so much for the call great call let's see high honor the wildcard line again Roddy's in the dairy state Wisconsin right how are you well they were out in record thank you for taking my call I always later I'm sorry right I I couldn't I couldn't hear that last part thank you for taking my call Richard op amp I I always say there's room for improvement in big there's room for improvement in you okay and I always got it right wait I thank god twenty but I'm not I realize and I get depressed all work like you had to up the work I used to do because I grew up that way for the pop work I grew up here again not a rock country glacial old alt rock my grandpa made a farm my dad and brothers they all made a far more of a rock well I might it bothered because double seven boys in the family in New York that was the only woman with her mother I don't yeah what three eight you should never made it to ninety seven ninety seven god bless some younger brother who didn't admit eighty he's the only one that we are the only two left and up but okay well walk behind or all people all he went to the navy World War two you will drop in stock at naval air way up start out in the end then they got to the help divert apple to dive bomber that was meant you what his educational radio pop radio like right off don't have a current one if you got your what your idea all up if I were to tell the story yeah I have your full none of us will live longer so I'm gonna try to do the rock roll off I was born in fifty nine I think you yeah I doubt it barking it would come over and work through we got the work done but you have to rush through it sometimes because it's been an hour Bach and people and it kept coming back I mean if they didn't like it they want a came back winning all you would tell the story and I would just hope everything off I would be on the youngest in the family I can recall him you're you're all talking about a man are these all feet help you back yeah I'm a ship called my lap the more Polish and to free up yeah no back what you will about long applet area around here my dad grandpa he said that he never really liked the captain of the well I won't get into religion forget that any help heat up your low back with the very default yeah no matter what religion if you would have been brought up and he would have been very active all amped up I doubt if he set up you could take it out as rock solid yeah it worked they were predicting culprit and the whole four miles to the west of me and they were coming home and the more we'll just yeah whatever it was already down at the older white is a look at that that's weird and wild thank god I hope you're all it will fall in a little bit and all course older people they got a little bit nervous so he kind of stuff but I had across the US hi weaker and then they lived about a mile and a half or the Middle East there at the his wife was very very scared so he he called up the yard he's all right off the car regardless the second help from my dad at what I tell any sense he colored white or bright but a door in the U. P. going up what they get everything kind of came over my yard and help now if he fought with his bottle of the moon but when she saw the green or on the like a greenish or are all all those different yeah he went under the house and he would go to part with the car in the garage they always want to leave everything it all adds up he got about halfway in the carquest add up the light I can't remember I doubt that the lights went over not getting all you got failed the gold when you all my dad or amped up he said the car would not start he fell in it in the car and the thing just an altered their moved around whatever it what at the he waited we tried it again and I think he did about three times and finally it art we got it all he hurry up right it's all up to the door favorite ride any weight and then it finally eventually wow well then he went but also.

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"june richard" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"june richard" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Your gas or what that is an amazing story and Fred Haise he's got to be up in his eighties I believe is still with us as me are you know I mean I don't know for sure what give up I think he is I think he is I think he's so well into his eighties by now but I I believe he's still he's still going strong that's a great story when you are on I mean a lot what was his name but this OP are always gives me mom Ron Howard Ron Howard hearing this curler out there I was working they were doing on location footage at the Space Center which was kind of cool I never never got to run into but so that was all going on back in the late is ninety eight I think if they did that movie very well done but as black political out perseverance in prayer plays out bring that after going getting a couple years of credit at the start Georgia tech during my four years in the navy coming back to where I grew up in Atlanta filling my dream getting my degree at Georgia tech they coming to Florida your hair crap which I used to do as a kid making you know fitness of money and then meeting this guy at a bar and getting the job with the space on there's there's an old saying I'm I'm trying to remember who who said it I don't know if it was Voltaire's someone like that luck is the residue of design yeah did you believe June Richards perseverance and prayer is an amazing change just invaluable absolutely absolutely and and preparation like opportunity will knock but if you're not prepared for it it'll pass you by and you were prepared being right absolutely eight sometimes that's all it takes showing up right Kevin thanks so much for the call great call of let's say hi on the wildcard line again Roddy's in the dairy state Wisconsin rod how are you well thank you Richard thank you for taking my call I always later global program I'm sorry right I I couldn't I couldn't hear that last part thank you for taking my call Richard off I I always say there's room for improvement in big there's room for improvement in you okay and I always categorize that basically I thank god twenty but I'm not I realize and I get depressed all work like your bill off the work I used to do because I grew up that way for the box works I grew up here again up the rock country glacial stole all of rock I grapple made a farm my dad and brothers they all made a far more of a rock well I think my kid brother because double seven boys in the family in New York that was the only.

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"june richard" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"june richard" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Right side demagoguery the backseat the high post floats the downloads deflected by Carlson stolen by you Tom read the hi lo fi but through the throat over the seven footer Carlson not a good decision baton dribbles right hands at the Jones quickly fights through a screen to stay within the gated left side to Alan on the way but he chases it down deep in the left corner Allen's their leading scorer twenty one a gain gotcha deep on the left side will be shoot got singles left awful pick hesitates moved to the left elbow diagonal pants to the right corner to Jones drives by quickly doubled on the M. line turnover Utah last sequence John Calipari up tolerate drive it drive it in the shooter at to route today they feel they can beat this team all the belts he wants to see his players drive at every opportunity the ticket most three minutes in Hagens driving right baseline pulls up from six in headset don't try to draw the charge me when he hit the deck and didn't get the call of the pagans wide open for a ten footer of the right baseline really should the well right now Jones downlink it's tripped up by Hagens we got away with one there Jones loses it out of bounds of turnover in Utah but a big quickly quick quick well many trips yeah quickly was committed to give help and his feet got caught so referees obviously thought that was incidental contact but be looked like Tripp five four Utah Hagen stop the circle double team picks up his dribble down to download a Richards any style Mike Carlson Hey give me that ball up high we're Richards could easily find it traffic are also picks up his second foul in the team's third Carlson's six foot ten or eleven Utah has what three guys six ten and above yeah so you're if you go throat you better throw it up there to make those changes that will six foot ten lahat June Richard freshman from Senegal.

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"june richard" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

08:15 min | 2 years ago

"june richard" Discussed on WTVN

"Radio six ten WTVN democratic leaders walked out of a White House conference on president trump's withdrawal of US troops from Syria house speaker Nancy Pelosi in congressional democratic leaders say they were stunned by the presence of tags when they came to discuss Syria is on the far the president was a meltdown Senate democratic leader Chuck Schumer said the president told them Syria is Turkey in Russia's problem now and then and sold in speaker Pelosi he called her a third rate politician and there are communists involved in you guys might like that the house passing a nearly unanimous resolution condemning the president's Syrian pullout Andy field ABC news Washington almost fifty thousand union workers at General Motors are closer to returning to work after word of a tentative agreement on a four year deal in Chicago twenty five thousand union public school teachers go on strike in the morning northwest Indiana's Methodist hospital system telling sixty eight thousand patients their personal information may have been compromised in a data breach back in June Richard can't to ABC news back to the live one we go we find Kristin Arnold a national debate expert focusing on the debates as we roll through Kristin most people look at the candidates and their performances you look specifically at the moderators how to get started on this line of work so I've been facilitating meetings for about twenty seven years part of facilitation is about moderating panel and panels when done really well are great and both for the time they're done really crappy so I just I can't get it out of moderators for we're influencing the debate okay so do you use your word pretty crappy what is a good moderator versus a bad moderator how do you know the difference well I think a good moderator number one to use that really good question their chief he an interesting for the audience without making them leading questions are manipulating questions or or putting their own biases and those questions and making sure that that your time is pretty evenly distributed across all the that the people on the panel based on that criteria last night not very good because Elizabeth Warren way more time than any other camera more but truth be told almost all of these presidential debate and primary debate really leave out the French people which I think is a travesty because one of the reasons why you're having a debate is so that you can give everyone an opportunity to get to know all of the candidates so if you leave out oh my gosh I had some spare who we haven't ever seen on the debate stage and you give me in the least amount of speaking time war what that this is his opportunity to get to be now so it should at least be even but as a moderator if you're trying to pull in as you say those fringe candidates it almost is like your cure favoring them so how do you balance that how as a moderator to you include the people that are kind of on the fringes without looking like Hey I'm play into the outside well you know when you when you take a look at that question simply the number of questions that you posed to people that's one way like for example there's a huge Swingle in that the number of questions the person got the most number of questions directly at them was Joe Biden compared to keep good Jack interestingly and I've had a lot of your time but he only had one direct question posed at him now the other way that you can influence that is that the question actually demands every bottle from another candidate so for example Elizabeth Warren had eleven rebuttal that means that within the question her name was in the question which automatically afford her time Q. we but to comment on what the other person said so if you look at Elizabeth Warren she had four questions but a Levin rebuttal and and was able to respond which means that the moderators actually chose her to respond okay so there's three different ways that a moderator can influence who gets to speak well then she got like twenty three minutes of your time which is crazy nobody gets that much time in the early hour today yeah no doubt about it Kristin Arnold our guest national debate expert who analyzes the moderators rather than the candidates or participants so I guess you know because you look at these candidates and Kristen and of course they drilled on what they think are going to be the big issues you know what they're gonna say about trump what's gonna say about Syria what's gonna say about the economy and all that but the moderator are you cut out to be a little more fleet afoot you have to be kind of on your toes and if this guy is getting a little too much not does not get enough you can't really plan for that because you know a debate is kind of a living creature so those people have to be a easy egg kind of more on their toes rather than the candidates don't thank absolutely but if you if you notice last night I thought they did a masterful job of really calculating where they were going to go so there are two different styles one was I call it a staccato style and and it was the first time I've seen it this year in that they would ask a question and the first couple of questions were kind of close questions yes no do you think trump should be impeached yes or no you know and and they would say please respond which is the first time I've heard that in this series of debates so people would have to respond and they got seventy five minutes and then they would move up question however when they wanted to inspire a debate or and I think that you know you kind of know what the trigger points are and then they would phrase the question so that it demanded every battle from someone else and then you kind of have to go with that with the with the you know the responses that people are going to happen that's more than a day kind of skill that the moderator has to bring to the table I got you so what you've seen so far in the Democrat debates there's been four rounds whether two nights are one in a nut shell questions more leading or questions you think are pretty good oh my gosh the second round which is honestly this is this guy's like and though so the second round with Jake tapper and he he did debate in two thousand and sixteen so I predicted that and I think he's going to hit Canada against Canada you know so Bernie Sanders you said this Cory Booker what do you think about what Bernie Sanders set in like that well that's kind of awkward yeah did you see you said a juicy question is a good question how does that differ well you know it was too early in the day to day cycle for the Democrats to really want to crap on each other you've got when people in those and they had two rounds as that debates at that time and it's like you know we're trying to get to know each other I mean the first I mean there's this well canon twelve democratic primary debates starting in June will pretty much role every month until we get to the caucuses and that's a lot of debate so the first couple lines when you've got ten people on a platform and you've only got a few hours I mean come on you're not gonna get any substance it's an opportunity for us to get to know the candidates that I think that that was with them a little premature for people to really want to like you know get out you see yeah I got yeah well it's a fascinating concept I'm gonna keep an eye out for your work as we move forward Kristin Arnold their national debate expert analyzes the moderators rather than the candidates good Thursday morning.

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"Prescribed remember there's more than one way to be under the influence this message is brought to you by NHTSA democratic leaders walked out of the White House conference on president trump's withdrawal of US troops from Syria house speaker Nancy Pelosi and congressional democratic leaders say they were stunned by the presidents of tags when they came to discuss Syria but so far the president was a meltdown Senate democratic leader Chuck Schumer said the president told them Syria is Turkey in Russia's problem now and then and sold in speaker Pelosi he called her a third rate politician and they're a communist involved in you guys might like that the house passing a nearly unanimous resolution condemning the president's Syrian pullout Andy field ABC news Washington almost fifty thousand union workers at General Motors are closer to returning to work after word of a tentative agreement on a four year deal in Chicago twenty five thousand union public school teachers go on strike in the morning northwest Indiana's Methodist hospital system telling sixty eight thousand patients their personal information may have been compromised in a data breach back in June Richard can't to ABC news Patrick was way behind on his IRS taxes I was in way over my head the total amount ended up being some more just over thirty thousand dollars thirty thousand dollars then the IRS came to collect started getting letter after letter lean it been filed against me and they were gonna basically like hanging it completely out to dry he had to do something that's when I reached out to optimal tax relief Patrick's life quickly got a lot easier very easy pretty much hands off you know they picked up the ball and ran with it and how to go I couldn't believe it I had to ask like two or three times I say been incredible amount of money is Patrick feel about optima couldn't be happier they definitely helped me optimal.

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"The ad council stay connected stay informed the home of the Huskies komo news house democratic leaders walked out of the White House conference on president trump's withdrawal of US troops from Syria speaker Nancy Pelosi in compressional democratic leaders say they were stunned by the president's tax they came to discuss president was a male democratic leader Chuck Schumer said the president told them is Turkey in Russia's problems and then insult your philosophy called a record rate politician and they were communists involved in you guys might like that the house passing a nearly unanimous resolution condemning the president's Syrian pullout Andy field ABC news Washington almost fifty thousand union workers at General Motors are closer to returning to work after word of a tentative agreement on a four year deal in Chicago twenty five thousand union public school teachers go on strike in the morning northwest Indiana's Methodist hospital system telling sixty eight thousand patients their personal information may have been compromised in a data breach back in June Richard can't to ABC news one thousand seven ninety seven seven this one thousand and ninety seven seven companies time thirty one past the hour art Sanders top local stories from the combo twenty four seven news center president.

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"Secret panda village sleep like a heat like up and I knew I was meeting up to my potential it's not always easy being a dad but it's always worth it let me be job take time to be a dad today thanks dad call eight seven seven four dead for one one for his father who died to learn more brought to you by the US department of health and Human Services and the ad council stay connected stay informed the home of the Huskies komo news today's top local stories after a P. C. five lawmakers sojourn to the White House to discuss it with president trump he did not go well started by saying he never invited house speaker Nancy Pelosi the meat coming after the house overwhelmingly passed a non binding resolution condemning the withdrawal of US troops in Syria she and other Democrats say the president called her a third rate politician hello she calling it a meltdown she in Senate minority leader Charles Schumer walking out Republicans say the president was factual and decisive in the meeting labor peace possible General Motors there's word of a tentative deal to end the month long strike by forty nine thousand workers labor pains meanwhile in Chicago or twenty five thousand public school teachers go on strike in the morning Idoling nearly four hundred thousand students northwest Indiana's Methodist hospital telling sixty eight thousand patients their personal information social security numbers included may have been exposed during a data breach in June Richard can't to ABC news one.

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05:43 min | 3 years ago

"june richard" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"President Trump has some national security deadlines coming up in the next few months. We'll break them down. Plus, Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau's, free trade. Ambitions are set to be put to the test in two thousand nineteen but first June, Richard agenda is an army veteran and a West Virginia state Senator who lost his bid for US house seat in the midterms. He's one of the first Democrats to announce that he will definitely seek his party's nomination for president in twenty twenty and he joins us now. Welcome to the show. Thank you for having me. Well, why do you want to run for president in? What will be such a crowded field with a lot of big names from the democratic orbit? Well, I think I differ in terms of a candidate than the people that are going to be in this crowded field. You know, when I was running for congress over the course of nineteen months, we received lots of phone calls, and and things of that nature of people, you know, emails letters that talking about the issues that they have in their areas and the problems that we face this. Southern West Virginia are the same problems that people facing Kentucky the same problems. They face in Flint, Michigan, the Bronx, New York south side of Chicago. And even places, you know, like in the Silicon Valley, I mean, I recently whit to or Facebook headquarters is is located and it amazed me where the working class citizens of Facebook. They're sleeping in their shuttle buses at night because they can't afford to drive home to see their families because they live too far away because they cannot afford to live close in close proximity to where they work, and that's what's you know. It's just problems like that are problems that are going on all across this country. And I think it's time for somebody. That's going to actually. Run for the presidency of the United States of America. That's going to put those issues up front for change. You initially for while at least supported President Trump for president in two thousand sixteen. Why? Well, I supported Bernie Sanders, and then it was stolen in West Virginia that wasn't just West Virginia. There was a few states that did that as well where they gave it to Hillary Clinton. Bernie Sanders won all fifty five counties in West Virginia. But at the end of the day, they gave it to Bernie Sanders to to Hillary Clinton. Hillary Clinton was talking about a job training in West Virginia of jobs that do not exist in West Virginia. So you get the training, and then you basically have to relocate your family to some other state, you know, as much as the things Donald Trump was saying that I definitely disagreed with and some of the disrespectful things that he was saying at the end of the day, I'm from Logan West Virginia, and I live in the coalfields. And when the coal industry is down everyone struggles people cannot afford to shop in mama Bob stores. So they. Shut down. You know, people can't afford to buy cars. People can't even afford to purchase and pay for funerals. It's cremations for everybody during these times. And Donald Trump was one that was coming down there saying I'm going to do everything in my power to keep you guys working. And has it has it really came through in most cases, it really has. There have been an uptick in coal. But you know, I'm just going to tell you. It's nowhere near what people thought and since then we have seen nothing more than a absolute circus in Washington DC. And I think that it's time for us to change directions and start to look at saints. It's going to help our people, you know, we just gave one point seven trillion dollar tax break to the top one percent and that money, right? There could have elevated every child in this country out of poverty for the next twenty years where our priorities Senator Elizabeth Warren who announced a presidential exploratory committee has twelve and a half million dollars left over from her Senate campaign Senator Kirsten Jill. Lebron has about ten and a half million. Are you going to be able to raise that kind of money to compete with these people? Well, you know, I don't think I need that much money to win a presidential campaign. I'm going to do what I can I want to travel this country. I'm gonna drive across this country. There's not going to be a fly over state in terms of the agenda for president campaign. I'm going to go out there. I'm going to put boots on the ground. I want to meet with people. You know, I'm the guy that can relate to the working class citizens. They can't you know, they have no concept of what life is like to the person trying to put food on the table. You know, many of these people that right now are going to put their name in this hat to run for the presidency of the United States of America. They're going to sit there and they're going to say that they're going to fight the opioid epidemic the opioid epidemic. That has absolutely gave them a countless amounts of funding in terms of their their campaigns. You know, don't tell me you're going to fight the opioid epidemic. But yet you sit and profit from it unacceptable. I'm not scared to call these people out. I'm different than any other person. That's going to run you're not gonna find anybody. There's more fiercely supportive of labor than I am. I know your interest in West Virginia coal of but isn't that out of step with the Democratic Party in terms of trying to find alternative sources of energy? All I support the green new deal. I just want them jobs to come to West Virginia and Kentucky and places like that. Now. So we can start transitioning these coal monitors don't walk in till place, like West Virginia and pull the plug and don't give those people. The ability continue feeding their families, WalMart and Dollar General are not going to suffice we deserve better. So let's bring those green new deal jobs to West Virginia to Kentucky to Flint, Michigan and places like that start giving these people the ability to transition and feed their families if we could do that. Then I am one hundred percent on board. Let's do it. Thank you for being here. That's Richardo Jetta. He is running for president in twenty twenty listening to Bloomberg politics policy and power on Bloomberg.

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06:15 min | 3 years ago

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"Politics. Pretty interesting by within the Republican party itself policy. There aren't really federal regulations in place power. The White House has an issue. Built way. News, insight and analysis does seem like an unconventional reality from Bloomberg politics. Kind of radical agenda that breaks with democratic tradition and Bloomberg government to heated rhetoric in Washington and nationwide. This is politics policy and power on Bloomberg radio. I'm Bob moon with June Grosso coming up this hour. President Trump has some national security deadlines coming up in the next few months will break them down. Plus, Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau's free-trade. Ambitions are set to be put to the test in two thousand nineteen but first June, Richard agenda is an army veteran and a West Virginia state Senator who lost his bid for US house seat in the midterms. He's one of the first Democrats to announce that he will definitely seek his party's nomination for president in twenty twenty and he joins us now. Welcome to the show. Thank you for having me. Well, why do you want to run for president in what will be such a crowded field with a lot of big names from the democratic orbit? Well, I think I differ in terms of a candidate than the people that are going to be in this crowded field. When I was running for congress over the course of nineteen months, we received lots of phone calls, and and and things of that nature of people, you know, e mails letters that talking about the issues that they have in their areas and the problems that we face this. Southern West Virginia are the same problems that people face in Kentucky the same problems. They face in Flint, Michigan, the Bronx, New York south side of Chicago and even places like in the Silicon Valley. I mean, I recently went to our Facebook headquarters is located and it amazed me where the working class citizens of Facebook. They're sleeping in their shuttle buses at night because they can't afford to drive home to see their families because they live too far away because they cannot afford to live close in close proximity to where they work, and that's what's you know. It's just problems like that are problems that are going on all across this country. And I think it's time for somebody. That's going to actually. Run for the presidency of the United States of America. That's gonna put those issues, you know, up front for change you initially for while at least supported President Trump for president in two thousand sixteen. Why? Well, I supported Bernie Sanders, and then it was stolen in West Virginia that wasn't just West Virginia. There was a few states that did that as well where they gave it to Hillary Clinton. Bernie Sanders won all fifty five counties in West Virginia. But at the end of the day, they gave it to Bernie Sanders to Hillary Clinton. Hillary Clinton was talking about a job training in West Virginia of jobs that do not exist in West Virginia. So you get the training, and then you basically have to relocate your family to some other state, you know, as much as the things Donald Trump was saying that I definitely disagreed with and some of the disrespectful things that he was saying at the end of the day, I'm from Logan West Virginia, and I live in the coalfields. And when the coal industry is down everyone struggles people cannot afford to shop and mama. Bob stores. So they. Shut down. You know, people can't afford to buy cars. People can't even afford to purchase and pay for funerals. It's cremations for everybody during these times. And Donald Trump was the one that was coming down there saying I'm going to do everything in my power to keep you guys working. And has it has it really came through in most cases, it really hasn't. There have been an uptick in coal. But you know, I I'm just going to tell you. It's nowhere near what people thought and since then we have seen nothing more than an absolute circus in Washington DC. And I think that it's time for us to change directions and start to look at things it's going to help our people, you know, we just gave one point seven trillion dollar tax break to the top one percent and that money, right? There could have elevated every child in this country out of poverty for the next twenty years where our priorities Senator Elizabeth Warren who announced a presidential exploratory committee has twelve and a half million dollars left over from her Senate campaign Senator Kirsten Jill. Lebron has about ten and a half million. Are you going to be able to raise that kind of money to compete with these people? Well, you know, I don't think I need that much money to win a presidential campaign. I'm going to do what I can I want to travel this country. I'm gonna drive across his country. There's not going to be a fly over state in terms of the o- Jetta for president campaign. I'm going to go out there. I'm going to put boots on the ground. I want to meet with people. You know, I'm the guy that can relate to the working class citizens. They can't they have no concept of what life is like to the average person out there. Just trying to put food on the table. You know, many of these people that right now are going to put their name in this hat to run for the presidency of the United States of America. They're going to sit there and they're going to say that they're going to fight the opioid epidemic the opioid epidemic. That has absolutely gave them a countless amounts of funding in terms of their their campaigns. You know, don't tell me you're going to fight the opioid epidemic. But yet you sit and profit from it unacceptable. I'm not scared to call these people out. I'm different than any other person. That's gonna run you're not gonna find anybody. There's more fiercely supportive of labor than I am. I know your interest in West Virginia coal of but isn't that out of step with the Democratic Party in terms of trying to find alternative sources of energy? All I I support the green new deal. I just want them jobs to come to West Virginia and Kentucky and places like that. Now. So we can start transitioning these coal miners. Don't walk in to a place like West Virginia and pull the plug and don't give those people the ability to continue feeding their families, WalMart and Dollar General are not going to suffice we deserve better. So let's bring those green new deal jobs to West Virginia to Kentucky to Flint, Michigan and places like that and start giving these people the ability to transition and feed their families if we can do that. Then I am one hundred percent on board. Let's do it. Thank you for being here. That's Richardo Jeddah. He is running for president in twenty twenty. 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Bloomberg Radio New York

05:44 min | 3 years ago

"june richard" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"President Trump has some national security deadlines coming up in the next few months. We'll break them down. Plus, Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau's free-trade. Ambitions are set to be put to the test in two thousand nineteen but first June, Richard agenda is an army veteran and a West Virginia state Senator who lost his bid for US house seat in the midterms. He's one of the first Democrats to announce that he will definitely seek his party's nomination for president in twenty twenty and he joins us now. Welcome to the show. Thank you for having me. Well, why do you want to run for president in? What will be such a crowded field with a lot of big names from the democratic orbit? Well, I think differ. In terms of a candidate than the people that are going to be in this crowded field. When I was running for congress over the course of nineteen months, we received lots of phone calls, and and things of that nature of people, you know, e mails letters that talking about the issues that they have in their areas and the problems that we face to southern West Virginia are the same problems that people facing Kentucky the same problems. They face in Flint, Michigan, the Bronx, New York south side of Chicago and even places like in the Silicon Valley. I mean, I recently went to our Facebook headquarters is is located and it amazed me where the working class citizens of Facebook. They're sleeping in their shuttle buses at night because they can't afford to drive home to see their families because they live too far away because they cannot afford to live close in close proximity to where they work, and that's what's you know. It's just problems like that are problems that are going on all across this country. And I think it's time for somebody. That's going to actually. Run for the presidency of the United States of America. That's going to put those issues, you know, up front for change you initially for while at least supported President Trump for president in two thousand sixteen. Why? Well, I supported Bernie Sanders, and then it was stolen in West Virginia that wasn't just West Virginia. There was a few states that did that as well where they gave it to Hillary Clinton. Bernie Sanders won all fifty five counties in West Virginia. But at the end of the day, they gave it to Bernie saying to Hillary Clinton. Hillary Clinton was talking about a job training in West Virginia of jobs that do not exist in West Virginia. So you get the training, and then you basically have to relocate your families to some other state you as much as the things Donald Trump was saying that I definitely disagreed with and some of the disrespectful things that he was saying at the end of the day, I'm from Logan West Virginia, and I live in the coalfields. And when the coal industry is down everyone struggles people cannot afford to shop in mom pop stores. So they should. It down. You know, people can't afford to buy cars. People can't even afford to purchase and pay for funerals. It's cremations for everybody during these times. And Donald Trump was the one that was coming down there saying I'm going to do everything in my power to keep you guys working. And you know, has it has it really came through in most cases, it really has. There have been uptick in coal. But you know, I'm just going to tell you. It's nowhere near what people thought and since then we have seen nothing more than a absolute circus in Washington DC. And I think that it's time for us to change directions and start to look at things. It's going to help our people we just gave one point seven trillion dollar tax break to the top one percent and that money, right? There could have elevated every child in this country out of poverty for the next twenty years where our priorities Senator Elizabeth Warren who announced a presidential exploratory committee has twelve and a half million dollars left over from her Senate campaign Senator Kirsten Jila. Lebron has about ten and a half million. Are you going to be able to raise that kind of money to compete with these people? Well, you know, I don't think I need that much money to win a presidential campaign. I'm going to do what I can I want to travel this country. I'm gonna drive across this country. There's not going to be a fly over state in terms of the o- Jetta for president campaign. I'm going to go out there. I'm going to put boots on the ground. I wanna meet with people. You know, I'm the guy that can relate to the working class citizens. They can't you know, they have no concept of what life is like to the average person out there. Just trying to put food on the table. You know, many of these people that right now are going to put their name in this hat to run for the presidency of the United States of America. They're going to sit there and they're going to say that they're going to fight the opioid epidemic the opioid epidemic. That has absolutely gave them a countless amounts of funding in terms of their their campaigns. Don't tell me you're going to fight the opioid epidemic. But yet you sit and profit from it unacceptable. I'm not scared to call people out. I'm. Different than any other person. That's going to run you're not gonna find anybody. There's more fiercely supportive of labor than I am. I know your interest in West Virginia coal of but isn't that out of step with the Democratic Party in terms of trying to find alternative sources of energy? All I I support the green new deal. I just want them jobs to come to West Virginia and Kentucky and places like that. Now. So we can start transitioning these coal monitors. Don't walk in to a place like West Virginia and pull the plug and don't give those people. The ability continue feeding their families, WalMart and Dollar General are not going to suffice we deserve better. So let's bring those green new deal jobs to West Virginia to Kentucky to Flint, Michigan and places like that start giving these people the ability to transition and feed their families if we can do that. Then I am one hundred percent on board. Let's do it. Thank you for being here. That's Richardo Jetta. He is running for president in twenty twenty listening to Bloomberg politics. All the power on Bloomberg radio.

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