13 Burst results for "Karen Maloney"

"karen maloney" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

01:34 min | Last month

"karen maloney" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"To GOP senators sharing a summary of how the upper chamber could legally dispose of any articles of impeachment against the president before January, 20th. Meanwhile, representative Karen Maloney, a Democrat from New York, says that President Trump does not resign, then alternative action must be taken. Then the leaders of our country have to meet. And move forward with the 25th amendment to remove him from office. If they do not act than this Congress will go back next week and we will move forward with the second impeachment. Peach Pit articles are expected to be introduced Monday with a house vote as soon as Wednesday. Your governor Andrew Cuomo says the state is expanding the network of vaccination providers that opening eligibility to over three million state residents would be 870,000 teachers. 200,000 police and firefighters. 100,000 public safety workers is correction Officers etcetera 101,000 Public transit workers one point 4,000,075 year old United States top 4000 daily deaths from the coronavirus for the first time. Those Fargo senior economist Sarah House, says an increase in spending by consumers should eventually help with the economy. They haven't been able to engage in as many services like travel or or dining restaurants. Then then they would have previously consumers were really eager to get back out there and spend and I think you'll see activity begin to pick up in the spring. You gotta be still has 9.9 million fewer jobs than it did before the pandemic. Said it's sinking into a deep recession nearly a year ago. More of these stories that.

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"karen maloney" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:14 min | Last month

"karen maloney" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Date, heavy snow was expected to develop from Colorado and New Mexico and Texas. Some of the snow may may get into parts of Louisiana, Mississippi by Monday as well. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has sent a letter to GOP senators sharing a summary of how the upper chamber could legally dispose of any articles of impeachment against the president before January, 20th. Meanwhile, representative Karen Maloney, a Democrat from New York, says that President Trump does not resign, then alternative action must be taken. Then the leaders of our country have to meet. And move forward with the 25th amendment to remove him from office. If they do not act than this Congress will go back next week and we will move forward with the second impeachment. Peach Pit articles are expected to be introduced Monday with a house vote as soon as Wednesday. Your governor Andrew Cuomo says the state is expanding the network of vaccination providers that opening eligibility to over three million state residents would be 870,000 teachers. 200,000 police and firefighters. 100,000 public safety workers is correction Officers etcetera 101,000 Public transit workers one point 4,000,075 year old United States top 4000 daily deaths from the coronavirus for the first time. Those Fargo senior economist Sarah House, says an increase in spending by consumers should eventually help with the economy. They haven't been able to engage in as many services like travel or or dining restaurants. Then then they would have previously consumers were really eager to get back out there and spend and I think you'll see activity begin to pick up in the spring. You gotta be still has 9.9 million fewer jobs than it did before the pandemic. Said it's sinking into a deep recession nearly a year ago. More of these stories that Town hall dot com. We're allowed to, and buying a top shirt and worn out. You need my help. I'm Chuck make now CEO and founder of Wesley Financial Group 10. Years ago, I started the time shirt cancelation industry by exposing the ugly truth about timeshare and giving folks a straight fax. I've been fighting the time shirt jots ever since. So no one knows this industry better than May and my team. Today.

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"karen maloney" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:44 min | Last month

"karen maloney" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Heavy snow is expected to develop from Colorado and New Mexico and Texas. Some of the snow may may get into parts of Louisiana, Mississippi by Monday as well. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has sent a letter to GOP senators sharing a summary of how the upper chamber could legally dispose of any articles of impeachment against the president before January, 20th. Meanwhile, representative Karen Maloney, a Democrat from New York, says that President Trump does not resign, then alternative action must be taken. Then the leaders of our country have to meet. And move forward with the 25th amendment to remove him from office. If they do not act than this Congress will go back next week and we will move forward with the second impeachment. Peach Pit articles are expected to be introduced Monday with a house vote as soon as Wednesday. Your governor Andrew Cuomo says the state is expanding the network of vaccination providers it opening eligibility to over three million state residents would be 870,000 teachers. 200,000 police and firefighters. 100,000 public safety workers is correction Officers etcetera 101,000 Public transit workers one point 4,000,075 year old United States top 4000 daily deaths from the coronavirus for the first time. Those Fargo senior economist Sarah House, says an increase in spending by consumers should eventually help with the economy. They haven't been able to engage in as many services like travel or or dining restaurants. Then then they would have previously consumers are really eager to get back out there and spend and I think you'll see activity began to pick up in the spring. You gotta be still has 9.9 million fewer jobs than it did before the pandemic. Said it's sinking into a deep recession nearly a year ago..

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"karen maloney" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

06:45 min | 6 months ago

"karen maloney" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"The wild hats, the bouncing signs. The wild celebration, but nearly 400 spaced out in a Charlotte ballroom nonetheless nominated Donald Trump and Mike Pence for another four years. Westward one's Clayton Nevel joins us live now and yes, it was a bit different, but it was in person. So Clayton. What was it like? Yeah, it was certainly in person. There were about 330 delegates there, and there was still some flair to it. I proudly casts 28 spicy votes for President Donald J. Trump, Donald J. Trump, Donald J. Trump Donald J. Trump. So the delegates were there in person. They were each able to go through the roll call of the roll Call took about four hours or so. It was interrupted a couple times two times to be exact one when the vice president spoke, and then when And Trump came up. But you know you have the delegates in their flair. Gear in the lieutenant governor from Texas had his lone star state shirt on one representative from Hawaii that had lay on and things like that. So there was a flare. It wasn't what it typically is. But there was still certainly Ah Hardy festive atmosphere. Any calamari this time around, or no, No, no, not this time ape with the food selection. They had to be careful on what food they brought in from where? Because of covert 19. So that was a little limited this time around. That's Westwood One's Clayton Devil in Charlotte, Jessica Proud now joins us. She is the strategic communications and Republican strategist with the November team and Jessica. You know, with the big issues like the economy, covert 19 illegal immigration, Why does the president spends so much time on voter fraud in the upcoming election? Waiting for Jessica. There She is right about that. You know, you can hear me. Yeah. You know what I was saying was that you know, Coben 19 has really brought the issue of mail in ballots to the forefront and what the president is saying. Is that you know, there's an important distinction between absentee ballots and just doing a blanket mail in ballot. But we saw right here in New York during the Democratic primaries, particularly in Karen Maloney's primary on the Upper East Side of just what a nightmare those mail in ballots could be. Across the city. There were tens of thousands of ballots thrown out that we're in Balad. Whether it was broader, another reason and there is a really sense that the board of Elections cannot handle this. There are some states that do mail in ballots and have been doing it for a very long time. And they have a very secure system in place that has been worked out over time. But just trying to do this on the fly, you know, at the 11th hour without thes proper protocols in place is a big concern for a lot of people and ah lot of Democrats in New York. We're talking about what a nightmare was a swell So since Kobe 19 seems to have affected every aspect of her life, including these conventions, how well or how should this convention, handle the pandemic response gloss over it or hit it head on? No, I think you're going to hear people hit it head on and and certainly talk about what President Trump was accomplishing prior to the pandemic, which was a record economy, You know, tremendous trade deals both in with North America, Canada and Mexico and with China, you know, promises made and promises, Captain. I think he has a real success story that he wants to get out there in terms of the things that he Promise during the 2016 election and was able to accomplish even despite the pandemic, and and also the past forward. You know what is? What does it look like for a country? How do we get our economy growing again? How do we get people back to work and do it safely and come out of this? And I think you're going to hear a very big contrast between the Democrats, which was very, you know, doom and gloom last week and You know all that was wrong with America versus you know, telling a story of all the great things about America and how we can take it to even greater heights. You know, Jessica had a political analyst on Little earlier, who warned of Trump's saturation. So is it possible for the president to be on too much during this convention? Yeah, I mean, it's certainly unconventional. It's you know, no, unprecedented. Really. It's never been done this way. You know, Typically you have a scenario kind of like the Democrats said last week where you have everyone else kind of Coming out and making the case and you know, you know, throwing the shots and framing the race. And then at the end, you know the can't the nominee Mixed, you know, has their big moment and makes their speech. But look, there's nothing conventional conventional about Donald Trump. He's been an unconventional candidate from day one. He does things his way. How he wants. He likes to take on these fights. Head on. Sometimes they're not advisable. But that is how he you know, has approached vote, the first campaign and his time in office. So look, it's It's a convention in his honor, and, you know, I think a lot of his supporters love to hear from him every day. It's never too much, but it's you know, there will be Question mark as to how people who are, you know, maybe on the fence, or you know those so called persuadable voters how they will perceive hearing from the president every night. Hopefully, he will have a different message every night that will keep people engaged. But if there's anyone that knows how to do TV, it's him. Expect the unexpected. Thank you for your time. That's Jessica proud strategic communications and Republican strategies. With the November team Coming up at nine o'clock, Cardinal Timothy Dolan will deliver a prayer. At the opening of tonight's session, and then the roster starts unfold. Ohio Congressman Jim Jordan, former ambassador Nikki Haley and Donald Trump Jr. Al Jones, 10 10 Wins News, Of course Stay with 10 10 wins tonight for continuing coverage of the Republican National Convention. Al Jones will be with us joining us a bit later. Our own Paul James as well wins news time 809, and now it is time for your health on Stanton wins Here's medical reporter Dr Brian McDonald. The government often comes up with catchy titles for big initiatives, but sometimes catchy titles can backfire. There's a concern the title operation Warp speed could have an impact on the acceptance of a covert 19 vaccine. Don't get me wrong Speed is important. We need an effective and safe vaccine as soon as we can get it, But the emphasis on speed without mention of safety might scare people off. A recent survey found only one third of Americans would take a vaccine for Cove it if we had one. We need more than a third of the country to take a vaccine..

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"karen maloney" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:26 min | 7 months ago

"karen maloney" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Name and talk talk radio 6 80 WCBS. Call me a cynic Joe, if you will, but one thing I think we all learned in the year 2000 is the Republicans are pretty good at fixing the way we count ballots in this country And now with this whole If you're over mail in votes way could be sitting down for Thanksgiving dinner. Not really knowing specifically with the president elect of the United States is now so we all have to pray that is going to be a landslide for Joe Biden in order to avoid this conflict. Notice how they're already assuming that the problem is going to be with Trump not accepting the results of the election. And then they immediately what was left to, But yeah, I mean, you know we're not going to able to accept it. If Trump wins right that they go back and forth. They haven't covered from all sides, of course. Mail in ballots. We've we've run an experiment here in New York for congressional race with mail in ballots. Hand it is being described even in the New York Times. This is a Democrat primary. Has botched why the botched New York City primary has become the November nightmare. That's the name Of the piece here nearly six weeks later. Two congressional races remain undecided, and officials are trading blame over the mishandling of tens of thousands of mail in ballots. So you'll notice there's been a knee knee jerk, reflexive reactionary. Oh, my gosh, Trump says. Mailing ballots are going to be a problem. So we can't we simply I can't allow that to be the consensus opinion. We have to shoot, shoot down, shout down anything, Trump says. But mail in ballots are going to be a problem. And you know the best way that I can see to describe. This was actually a Offhand description from somebody who works for the board of Elections here in New York on but it's a person familiar with the internal operations of the city's board of elections. But not authorised to speak on the record, said that having to increase the number of mail in ballots had caused enormous struggles at the agency. Imagine saying this is the quote from the person in the article. We don't know who this is, but it really illustrates that well, imagine saying, I'm having a dinner party for 10 people. And then saying, No, it's 100 people. It's a very steep learning curve. You don't say. Oh, but people have been doing absentee voting for years. Yeah, that's a small percentage. Of overall votes. And absentee votes often don't even get counted before the election is determined right? They would only get counted if the election is so tight in certain states. That you would need to see based on the outstanding balance. What happened in New York? Why is it that six weeks? Six weeks? Can you imagine what the country would be going through? Can you imagine what we would be facing as a country if we went through a six week long? Oh, let's fight it out over how to count these different member. It's what you saw in in Florida in the year 2000 ended in Bush v. Gore, the Supreme Court play that out across the entire country. All of America. Every state has mail in ballots. Every state is going to be contested under all kinds of rules, and they'll there well, they will argue over not just how the rules are enforced about ballots. Democrats left is because we know they always try to structure the system to favor and outcome not assistant that favors fairness, Democrats will contest the very rules themselves. That they will then also contest based on outcome. Oh, they should not have been a requirement before and oh, this is unconstitutional. This is discriminatory. This everything They will. They're going kitchen sink my friends. They're going to throw everything they have at this. What were the problems of the New York election? This includes Carol Maloney, who's been my congressman in New York City for a very long time and The classic rich Lib. And she's got a primary challenge and you're going through How many votes need to be in question for there to be a problem and looking at this congressional primary? Well, when you start to see What? That really differences here then all of a sudden, you understand? Hold on a second. We are signing up for a a disaster in absolute Disaster If we allow this To go forward you're talking about In the low. Thousands of votes that separate out these two these two candidates. New York City Board of Elections sent more than 750,000 ballots with prepaid return envelopes for 100,000 were mailed back on when you look at the difference in these these races You're talking about a few 1000 votes right now separating out. Who's ahead, who gets to be a member of Congress from who doesn't and words that we're going to believe. What That they're going to get better. Oh, here we go. Mr Patel trails the incumbent representative Karen Maloney by some 3700 votes. More than 12,000 ballots have been disqualified. 1200 of them were missing postmarks. This is going to be this election is going to turn into a this is going to turn into a factional fight for control of United States government. If we let the Democrats have their listening to the buck section show on the most powerful name and talk talk Radio, 6 80 Wcbm. Baltimore Tropical storm warnings in the Tuesday forecast here Baltimore as he comes up to 95 corridor, making landfall tonight, down to the Carolinas and their roles to Maryland for Tuesday, could see Tropical Storm force winds five inch rainfall totals. Tropical storm warning for Tuesday and a flood watch 71 degrees with the outer bands rolling on up from the South. Late tonight..

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"karen maloney" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:39 min | 7 months ago

"karen maloney" Discussed on KTOK

"Me a cynic Joe, if you will, but one thing I think we all learned in the year 2000 is the Republicans are pretty good at fixing the way we count ballots in this country. And now, with this whole furor over mail in votes way we could be sitting down for Thanksgiving dinner and not really knowing specifically who the president elect of the United States is Now, So we all have to pray that is going to be a landslide for Joe Biden in order to avoid this conflict. Notice how they're already assuming that the problem is going to be with Trump not accepting the results of the election. And then they immediately we'll slip too. But, yeah, I mean, you know we're not going to able to accept it. If Trump wins right that they go back and forth. They haven't covered from all sides, Of course. Mail in ballots. We've we've run an experiment here in New York for congressional race with mail in ballots. Hand it is being described even The New York Times. This is a Democrat primary. Has botched why the botched New York City primary has become the November nightmare. That's the name Of the piece here nearly six weeks later. Two congressional races remain undecided, and officials are trading blame over the mishandling of tens of thousands of mail in ballots. So you'll notice there's been a knee knee jerk, reflexive reactionary. Oh, my gosh, Trump says. Mail in ballots are going to be a problem. So we can't we simply I can't allow that to be the consensus opinion. We have to shoot, shoot down, shout down anything, Trump says. But mail in ballots are going to be a problem. And you know the best way that I can see to describe. This was actually a Offhand description from somebody who works for the board of Elections here in New York on but it's a person familiar with the internal operations of the city's board of elections. But not authorised to speak on the record, said that having to increase the number of mail in ballots had caused enormous struggles at the agency. Imagine saying this is the quote from the person in the article. We don't have this is but it's really illustrates it. Well, imagine saying, I'm having a dinner party for 10 people. And then saying, No, it's 100 people. It's a very steep learning curve. You don't say. Oh, but people have been doing absentee voting for years. Yeah, that's a small percentage. Of overall votes. And absentee votes often don't even get counted before the election is determined right? They would only get counted if the election is so tight in certain states. That you would need to see based on the outstanding balance. What happened in New York? Why is it that six weeks? Six weeks? Can you imagine what the country would be going through? Can you imagine what we would be facing as a country if we went through a six week long? Oh, let's fight it out over how to count these different member. It's what you saw in in Florida in the year 2000 and ended in Bush v. Gore, the Supreme Court play that out across the entire country. All of America. Every state has mail in ballots. Every state is going to be contested under all kinds of rules, and they'll there well, they will argue over not just how the rules are enforced about ballots. Democrats left is because we know they always try to structure the system to favor and outcome not assistant that favors fairness, Democrats will contest the very rules themselves. That they will then also contest based on outcome. Oh, they should not have been a requirement before and oh, this is unconstitutional. This is discriminatory. This everything They will. They're going kitchen sink my friends. They're going to throw everything they have at this. What were the problems of the New York election? This includes Carol Maloney, who's been my congressman in New York City for a very long time and The classic rich Lib. And she's got a primary challenge and you're going through How many votes need to be in question for there to be a problem, then looking at this congressional primary Well, when you start to see What really differences here then all of a sudden, you understand? Hold on a second. We are signing up for a a disaster in absolute Disaster. If we allow this to go forward you're talking about In the low. Thousands of votes that separate out these two these two candidates. New York City Board of Elections sent more than 750,000 ballots with prepaid, which are envelopes for 100,000 were mailed back on when you look at the difference in these these races You're talking about a few 1000 votes right now separating out. Who's ahead, who gets to be a member of Congress from who doesn't and words that we're going to believe. What That they're going to get better. Oh, here we go. Mr Patel trails the incumbent representative Karen Maloney by some 3700 votes. More than 12,000 ballots have been disqualified. 1200 of them were missing postmarks. This is going to be in this election is going to turn into a this is going to turn into a factional fight for control of the United States government if we let the Democrats have.

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"karen maloney" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

07:29 min | 7 months ago

"karen maloney" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"They just simply and I understand they've been road blocked. But that doesn't mean you can have hearings at doesn't mean you can't have an empty chair there. and. I think to a certain extent, the reason why they're. Three quarters of these Democrats in there. So inept in ass in asking questions of bill bars because they don't have any practice. Even had enough time to realize like these people can't ask questions. Let's bring in professionals to do it. Nevertheless. I do think there is value in. Any Day, the bill bar is not at the Justice, department? Figuring out. How. To get. Federal police into a city or figuring out how to write a brief to the Supreme Court as to why the election results don't count or is not out there trying to create, and where remember they pushed off that Ghanem investigation to October. Now I don't think that's going to mean anything. But. There has been a standing agenda out of the Department of Justice. To impact the election either beforehand or after the deal I mean, that's what. When he when Bill Bar was going around. To where he was in the Czech. Republic. Looking for backup. On the investigations either into Biden and burris. MMA. Or to claim that the Ukrainians were the ones who interfered in the twenty sixteen election. All of this understand all of that is the Department of Justice, the hat of it. Attempting to influence the election in the fall and I have no doubt. He's going to do it after the results are coming I, mean remember. We still don't even know who who's who and Karen Maloney's district. In New York and that election was over a month ago. So the idea that we're going to have states. That, because you're doing because because of covert and just problems in general that that are that aren't going to be able to give us the results on the night of the election. There's going to be a week maybe. We just don't know and all that's going to be going on, are going to be charges levied from the white. House and from the Department of Justice that there has been some shenanigans, the vote, the the mail in the millions of undocumented being bust up to. New. Hampshire I. Mean All of this is going to happen they did after the last election and he won and. So keeping bill bar. On. The defensive. Discrediting Bill Bar. Every tiny bit of it is important. Making, sure that the media does not accept bill bars version of events like they did when he came out. In lied about what was in the Muller? Report? Making sure that the Supreme Court knows this guy is toxic and that and. Go. Read on what was written. I think it was in the was in the post the. Hetero I hear there was a there was a, there's been a couple of good wrap up pieces. It was in the Times. the negotiations that are going on in the Supreme Court right now. This is a a body that is very, very conscious of what's going on politically on the ground. and. Very, very conscious of horse trading and of how they're coming off publicly and to have bill bar. Put. Up there and at least somewhat discredited. is a huge benefit to. Everybody I think as far as I'm concerned. Brandon, we're going to tell me what that piece was. You know what I'm talking about. Talking about the one with the unnamed sources talking from Scotus. Yeah, I can't I. Don't know if it's not the CNN one that was another one. I can't remember. I haven't to have somewhere, but You people can find it and it was a big I. Think Lgbtq, was in the tidal. That was sort of like the peg. Hyper, let's go take a look at You know. Some of the questions that took place with with bill bar. Let's start with promo giant hall. She is a curious. As to. Why Bill Bar. was. Show in touch with what was going on in Portland. But not so concerned about what was going on in other states over the past four or five months. On two separate occasions after President Trump tweeted liberate Michigan to subvert stay home orders to protect the public health of people in Michigan. Protesters swarmed the Michigan capital carrying guns some with swastikas, confederate flags, and one even with a dark-haired doll with a noose around its neck. Are you aware that these protesters called for the governor to be lynched shot and beheaded? You're not aware of that I was not a word major protests in Michigan, Attorney General, and you didn't know that the protesters called for the governor to be lynched shot and beheaded. So obviously, you couldn't be concerned about that. Well, there are a lot of protests around the United States and. He's GonNa. Be a which. Parts of the country, you're very aware of those. But when protesters with guns and soissons. We're like. GonNa go. Time and I control it. You are aware of certain kinds of protesters, but in Michigan when protesters carried guns and confederate flags and swastikas and call for the governor of Michigan to be beheaded and shot and Lynch. Somehow, you're not aware of that. Somehow you didn't know about it. So you didn't send federal agents in to due to the president's supporters. What you did to the president's protesters. In fact, you didn't, you didn't put pepper balls on those protesters. So the point I'm trying to make your Mr Bar that I, think is very important for the. The country to understand is that there is a real discrepancy in how you react as the attorney general, the top cop in this country when white men with swastikas storm a government building with guns, there is no need for the president to activate you because they're getting the president's personal agenda. But when black people and people of color protests, police, brutality, systemic racism, and the president's very own lack of response to those critical issues. Then you forcibly removed them with armed federal officers, pepper bombs because they are considered terrorists by. Now, the bottom line is now in in some people have pastas out and said, well, in Michigan, we're talking about the State House. And so and he tried to make that argument that I was worried about. Washington DC.

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"karen maloney" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"karen maloney" Discussed on 710 WOR

"A fifty eight year old McCormick of Clinton quarters served as a former fire chief with the East Clinton fire district. He had reportedly been transporting. Executive to work in the city moments before he took off and route to Linden, New Jersey when his chopper crashed onto that roof. The building seven th avenue and fifty second street, both the National Transportation Safety board and the FAA are investigating the cause of the crash, the incident is prompting. Calls by New York congresswoman Karen Maloney, to ban all non essential flights over the city. Sue Guzman has that story. Well only says non essential flight ban over New York City is long overdue is just too densely. Populated is too dangerous, and there is absolutely no safe place to land rooftop landings for band in the Big Apple in nineteen seventy seven Aloni. Also questioned why the pilot was flying in the heavy rain in foggy conditions to begin with. She says she plans to meet with the FAA and review a possible flight and moving forward. I'm sue Guzman. W O, R news, new poll shows New Yorkers are against fourth term for governor Andrew Cuomo, according to the survey v. Thirty eight percent. Oppose another term just thirty seven percent. Say they want four more years of Kumo. He's already told voters that he does plan to run in twenty twenty two poll says that fifty two percent of New Yorkers approve of the job. He's doing while forty two percent heaven negative you of him. Family friends, and activists want answers after transgender woman was found dead at Rikers island Twenty-seven-year-old leaned, Pallone goes body was found in her cell last week and her family's lawyer believes she was.

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"karen maloney" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

07:49 min | 2 years ago

"karen maloney" Discussed on KTOK

"We are open line right now if you'd like to join us, we actually have lots of room, and you could be a part of that and the questions on the floor. First of all, you can decide what you want to talk about. Oh, by the way case. I haven't mentioned I do this a case. But I probably have forgotten. If you don't like guns, or if you think basically if you disagree with me on anything. Clue me this is not one of those shows where you get shouted down. Or cut off. You will have the floors long as you are reasonable in polite. You can have the floor. We will talk about that. So if you think that concealed carry is a bad idea. Call and say why call let you explained it. Now, I may ask you a question to shot you down and cut you off. I mean, it's not the way we work here. My momma would jump back from her gravid smack me down if I'm rude. Somebody like that it's not gonna happen. So we'll do that. There are stories in the news. Let's see here is going to tell you about. Oh, this was really good. Like this one Representative Carolyn Maloney from New York US congresswoman. The headline on this is what was embarrassing. Four. What? The Obama administration got caught doing and got shut down operation chokepoint now, Carolyn Maloney, what's to make that official policy operation choke point. You remember, where's the US government primarily financial regulation team? The agency's going to financial institutions with tobacco and say, you know. We really think you probably shouldn't be doing business with gun companies. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. We know it's not against the law. There's no long. But you know, we just probably you probably shouldn't take their money. You shouldn't have any accounts from them. And it's definitely would be a bad idea for you to be loaning the money. And you know, here's the thing. If you do continue to do that. We'll probably have to come off at you. We'll probably have since some folks in they'll sit in your office for who knows weeks or months at a time. Who knows what could happen when you get audited? That's what they did. Well, if you're a Bank if your lender you go I'm not gonna put up with that. I'm they're going to subject us to that. And you're calling people like McMillan stocks and saying we're going to close out your business with you. You're calling people like Ruger every can't do business with you. Well, it's probably illegal. But who's gonna tell them they can't do that? But at least it got shut down accepted care Maloney thinks. Well, that's a good program. We should be Fisher program, which official policy hearings, and she is beating up on the head guy from Wells Fargo, Mr. Sloane and she's giving him a hard time because they did not voluntarily cut off funding. For companies that loyalty doesn't like. I know. It doesn't make any sense. Let's see. She excoriated him for refusing to follow the lead of other national banks had refused in our severed business with members of the gun industry that did not voluntarily adopt certain gun control, quote, unquote, best practices that exceeded your carbs a federal law in other words. The gun companies were following the law. That's not good enough for Carolyn Maloney. She wants to hold them responsible for not. Doing what's not required? No, it makes your head hurt. Okay. Basically, she's saying we we need to kill off the gun industry. Say what? Well, let me connect the dots for you. Twenty years ago twenty years ago, we had thirty lawsuits filed by cities around the country filed by the tobacco lawyers the ones shut down the tobacco industry that killed got these multibillion dollar settlement from the tobacco industry. They said we can do the same thing to the gun companies and the gun control group said look here's the deal, and they were very open about it. They said our goal is to shut down to kill off. Good makers, right? In the way, we're going to do that. We're going to make them liable for the misuse of their guns. If we can get one court anywhere to agree with us on this. Did all the insurance companies will bail gun companies won't be able to have insurance and you can't operate without insurance. They'll shut the doors were open about it. And they said, you know, even if that doesn't work just the cost of defending the lawsuit will put them out of business, and they said our goal is to have a hundred lawsuits against the gun copies. And shut them down. Well, they got thirty. The to do see one time they had just succeeded. One time. But they couldn't and they didn't and they never succeeded. It went away. And now, we have talked about earlier this show this case out of Connecticut. We're involving the Newtown hook shooting. The court has ruled that loss. It can go forward against Remington bushmaster holding them responsible for the murder committed by Atalanta. This is not about this is the thing. That's important understand. This is not about that case. This is about the golden BB if they can find a way. To hold gun makers responsible for the misuse of their products. They destroyed the gun industry. Story the gun incident. I'm talking about they won't be a gun made in America. They won't be a gun company. In america. They don't have to pass a lot to get done. You don't have to go to congress. All they have to do is get the courts to hold that gun companies can be held liable or the misuse of a non defective product. Nobody can operate without insurance. And no insurance company is going to cover a gun company. When anybody who gets injured with a gun victim of a murder victim of whatever can hold them responsible for the issue. So their products. That's the goal. It was twenty years ago in his today. It's exactly the same thing. And that's what Karen Maloney's trying to do by saying we're going to strip them of their ability to get finances to function not have credit to not have financing services, and that will kill them off. When they say, we don't want to take your guns. They're lying, but they also have a plan b. There's a phrase you've heard recently, they're playing civic kill off gun making simple as that. Number is eight six six talk gun Guinea holler. We'll be right back. Whether you carry it on your hip or in your hands.

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"karen maloney" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

07:44 min | 2 years ago

"karen maloney" Discussed on KTOK

"Welcome back. Tom gresham. Your number is eight six six talk gun or just Tom talk. We are open line right now if you'd like to join us, we actually have lots of room, and you could be a part of that and the questions on the floor. First of all, you can decide what you want to talk about. Oh, by the way case. I haven't mentioned I do this a case. But I probably have forgotten. If you don't like guns, or if you think basically if you just disagree with me on anything. Call me. This is not one of those shows where you get shouted down or cut off. You will have the floor as long as you are reasonable impolite. You can have the floor. We will talk about that. So if you think that concealed carry is a bad idea. Call and say why call let you explain it. Now, I may ask you a question or two shot you down and cut you off. I mean, that's not the way we work here. My momma would jump back from her gravid smack me down if I'm rude somebody like that it's not going to happen. So we'll do that. There are stories in the news. Let's see here is going to. Just want to tell you about. Oh, this was really good. Like this one Representative Carolyn Maloney from New York US congresswoman. The headline on this is what was in a bear assessment. Four. What? The Obama administration got caught doing and got shut down operation choke point. Now, Carolyn Maloney, what's to make that official policy operation choke point. You remember, where's the US government primarily financial regulation team? The agency's going to financial institutions with two banks and say, you know. We really think you probably shouldn't be doing business with gun companies. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. We know it's not against the law. There's no long. But you know, we just think probably you probably shouldn't take their money. You shouldn't have any accounts from them. It's definitely would be a bad idea for you to be loaning the money. And you know, here's the thing. If you do continue to do that. We'll probably have to come off at you. We're probably since some folks in they'll sit in your office for who knows weeks or months at a time. Who knows what could happen when you get audited? That's what they did. Well, if you're a Bank if your lender you go I'm not gonna put up with that. I'm not going to subject us to that. And you're calling people like McMillan stocks saying we're going to close out your kid do business with you. You're calling people like Ruger say we can't do business with you. Well, it's probably legal, but who's gonna tell them they can't do that. But at least it got shut down accepted care Maloney thinks. Well, that's a good program. We should make that a Fisher program official policy hearings. And she is beating up on the head guy from Wells Fargo, Mr. Sloane and she's giving him a hard time because they did not voluntarily cut off funding. For companies that Maloney doesn't like. I know. It doesn't make any sense. Let's see. She excoriated him for refusing to follow the lead of other national banks had refused in our severed business with members of the gun industry that did not voluntarily adopt certain gun control, quote, unquote, best practices that exceeded your carbs a federal law in other words. The gun companies were following the law. That's not good enough for Carolyn Maloney. She wants to hold them responsible for not. Doing what's not required? No, it makes your head hurt. K? Basically, she's saying we need we need to kill off the gun industry. Say what we'll let me connect the dots for you. Twenty years ago. Now twenty years ago, we had thirty lawsuits filed by cities around the country filed by the tobacco lawyers the ones shut down the tobacco industry that killed. Got these multi billion dollar settlement from the tobacco. They said we can do the same thing to the gun companies and the gun control group said look here's the deal, and they were very open about it. They said our goal is to shut down to kill off. Good makers, right? In the way, we're going to do that. We're going to make them liable for the misuse of their guns. If we can get one court anywhere to agree with us on this. All the insurance companies will bail gun copies. We'll be able to have insurance and you can't operate without insurance. They'll shut the doors were open about it. And they said, you know, even if that doesn't work just the cost of defending the lawsuit will put them out of business, and they said our goal is to have a hundred lawsuits against the gun copies and shut them down. Well, they got thirty. They had to do was to see one time they had just succeeded. One time. But they couldn't and they didn't and they never succeeded. It went away. And now, we have talked about earlier this show this case out of Connecticut. We're involving the Newtown hook shooting. The court has ruled that loss. It can go forward against Remington bushmaster holding them responsible for the murder committed by Atalanta. This is not about this is the thing. That's important understand. This is not about that case. This is about the golden BB if they can find a way. To hold gun makers responsible for the misuse of their products. They destroyed the gun industry. The gun incident. I'm talking about they won't be a gun made in America. They won't be a gun company in America. They don't have to pass a law to get done. You don't have to go to congress. All they have to do is get the courts to hold that gun companies can be held liable or the misuse of a non defective product. Nobody can operate without insurance. And no insurance company is going to cover a gun company. When anybody who gets injured with a gun victim of a murder victim of whatever can hold them responsible for the misuse of their products. That's the goal. It was twenty years ago in his today. It's exactly the same thing. And that's what Karen Maloney's trying to do by saying we're going to strip them of their ability to get finances to function to not have credit tonight have financial services and that will kill them off. When they say, we don't want to take your guns. They're lying, but they also have a plan b. There's a phrase you've heard recently, they're playing visa sippy. Kill off gun making simple as that..

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"karen maloney" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

10:51 min | 2 years ago

"karen maloney" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"That should be done every every single time. Most importantly, we need to screen for vulnerable children before their first shot. We have the information to do that in something that will shock people vaccine safety has to be removed from the centers for disease control. They're actually in charge of implementing the vaccine program in monitoring get safety. It's a huge conflict about ten years ago. Dave welded. And Karen Maloney who were both in congress actually created a Bill to try to do just that it didn't happen. And then the final point I'll make here is that the AP needs to start listening to all these doctors who are who are literally recovering recovering children with autism. AP has no explanation for where all the autism has come from. And how to make it better. Meanwhile, a whole different group of doctors are out there making children better every day. So doctors need to step up the needs to step up and start telling the truth, we need to bring down the vaccinations scheduled dramatically I'd like to get it down to zero. If you will caused autism cases, but going back to one in ten thousand would be a dramatic improvement. Are more doctors jumping on board into green with some of the things you've just told us tonight. Absolutely. I mean, relative to two thousand and four when my son was diagnosed there are literally thousands of doctors and hundreds of scientists who are telling the truth publicly. Now, they're still shot and killed euphemistically in public, whatever they say these things, but their numbers have grown dramatically since back in. Oh, four, and you know, there's a there's a pediatrician right here in Portland, Oregon. His name is Paul Thomas. He has the largest practice in town. He amended his vaccination schedule. He got rid of hepatitis b vaccine altogether. As I mentioned earlier, it's useless for a baby. He delays the MR vaccine until after a child is three in the pediatric practice of two thousand children who were administered vaccines in that way. No autism. That's amazing. It is amazing. And he talked about it publicly. He's written a book called the vaccine friendly plan and his point is there is middle ground. What's do things that are safe and pragmatic and what he was seeing because he'd been in practice before the massive run up in vaccines. Is it all of a sudden he was having children with autism? All these crazy, food allergies. And unlike some pediatricians who just go look and see what the CDC tells them to do he had his own independent brain he did his own independent research and Paul Thomas, anybody can Google Paul. And you know, we're all about his vaccine plan. He emended the way he vaccinated to save babies, and guess what? There's no children in Portland coming out of his practice dying of infectious disease. There is a middle ground. There is room to be seen. But what's happened is the vitriol is so high, you know, people like me are referred to as anti vaccine crackpot, and you know, all these crazy terms, you read my book, you realize it's it's got it literally has dozens of footnotes. Of scientific studies person. Like, Paul Thomas, a very mainstream Dartmouth educated pediatrician there is room for middle ground, but to have a middle ground you have to actually admit that they're causing harm. And let me ask you. This j b before we take final calls because the statistics right now are one in thirty six children that are coming down autistic. What about the other thirty five how come nothing happens to them? Well, it's not that nothing happens to them. That's the whole problem. You're you're a little bit older than I looked you up just to figure out where you are on the spectrum. If you have children in today's world, if you have like a five year old, and you go to a birthday party. It is astonishing every kid has a problem. He's got asthma. He's gotta worrying disability. He's got you know, this that she's in that she's doing that therapy. It's all for. And this is my point. If you have learning disabilities in an NF lactic food allergy you have a vaccine injury. There is a textbook called vaccines and auto immunity. Look it up on Amazon. It's it's really from Wiley and sons like a mainstream publisher, we know with conviction. That vaccines are the primary driver of asthma in food allergies. We know it causes brain damage and so a child with a learning. Disability has the same thing autism because it's so severe it gets people into action. But there are so many parents we've twenty five percent of children in special Ed right now in America. It's insanity and the AP and the mainstream has no explanation for where all these children came from Sharon in Houston, Texas taken away. Sharon, Hello, say that I think my point has just been made. I'm recently retired teacher and after being in the classroom for twenty five years. The change in behavior with children has it become alarming, and it's it I almost think you could do a follow up show just on the effect that that that these that that these vaccines are having on children on the education education. That's a good point. It's astonishing. I know so many teachers kind of in that same age range, just retired whatever coaches, and I always engage them in conversation about the old days assist today. The stories are shockingly consistent. It is such a dramatic difference in the average American classroom. Now in the one thing that changed and the one thing that can explain it all is this bloated vaccine schedule where the vaccines do all the things. See depression is information, depression, is inflammation. Right. If you bring in brain, inflammation, down depression goes down anxiety goes down. Well, the thing we know now with scientific certainty is vaccines cause neuro info. Lamasion? It all makes sense in the whole story ties together, you know, Bobby Kennedy who mentioned earlier he has been beating this drum the hardest. If you go to his website children's health defense dot org. They had this wonderful white paper called generation sick. And it kind of explains the massive run up in chronic illness amongst today's generation of children, and then what the likely causes all. Of course, Bobby feels as I do that vaccines is the primary not the only, but the primary driver of the massive difference in the health of today's children. You're on hold waiting to come on the program when I had a story with Dr Gary Ridenour about this polio type illness. This is scary. You any reaction? Let me make a point about this. Polio virus is a benign stomach virus. But in one in one hundred cases back in the old days. The polio would jump into the nervous system and become poliomyelitis, which is a dangerous paralytic condition. Okay. So the question that needs to be asked about af FM. What is facilitating the viruses jump into the nervous system? It can't just happen by itself what they weren't with polio. Is there's the three most obvious theories the first is called polio provocation. And if you look it up Cambridge University did a wonderful study on polio provocation when you poke needle into the body you allow the virus to get into the nervous system. Okay. So that's the most obvious likely causes actually other vaccines. The next possibility particularly in the fifties. When polio exploded tonsillectomies were rampant tonsilectomy injured tissue. It opens up the nervous system for a virus to jump into the nervous system. So that's another obvious way. And then the actual the final theory is DDT DD. Came out, right? When the polio epidemic took off t erodes the anterior horn of the of the spine in allows the poliovirus to sneak into the nervous system. And so the question would the AFL that's going around is what similarity to these children all share for some kind of provocation some kind of escort. That's this virus to get into their nervous system. And because vaccination is going to be a very likely conclusion. And if you Google acute flaccid, my elitest and vaccination you'll find a number of published. Studies come up that show clearly and unequivocally that one can lead to the other. This is why the CDC's calling it a mystery illness because they're never gonna admit that they might be causing the thing. And didn't polio. 'cause people and children to go into these iron. Lung breathing machines when we were younger, I it did for those who had poliomyelitis which is a devastating paralytic condition. The question nobody ever asks actually write about this in my book is why out of the blue in the early nineteen fifties. Did we have a massive spike in polio? Because that's what actually happened. It went from zero to sixteen a couple of years that's rate when DT was introduced DDT is the most Trumper hints of theory. I've heard about what went on they used to spray ADT on children in DDT weren't even back. Then there's this wonderful study by a guy named bisque b I s k I n d that talks all about the way the DDT opens up the nervous system to the virus. So we have to we have to talk honestly about these things, but the CDC is so scared to ever be blamed for their vaccines causing harm that they're literally calling it like this mystery illness. Well, guess what guys there's a lot of public science on scenes causing a FM in on this. Notion that somehow the nervous system has to be opened up to the virus in order order to cause these horrible paralytic conditions. It doesn't just happen for no reason. Let's go to Wayne in Glendale, California. Now. Hi, wayne. Go ahead, sir. Great show tonight. Thank you to recommend the grand slam shot that is a bit amount and garlic juice together. S something natural. I'm all for that matchel. And it's in the book, doctor gore, by darla, just recently. He's quotes the journal of Ethno pharmacology from two thousand four talking about studies on bitter melon. Kills bacteria viruses? Tournus? It's good for diabetes too. Right. And it's anti parasite kills malaria. Interesting. What do you think of natural things JV? I'm I'm an enormous fan. He's bringing up a wonderful point, which is that aren't mute system has to deal with viruses and bacteria by the thousands. Every day. What happens is once a vaccine is developed for something they hype it up as if it's the end of the world. But the truth is our bodies are very capable of handling all those viruses. You know, measles is a great example before the vaccine measles was viewed as a relatively benign, childhood illness. It was a four or five day on this. There's a famous Brady bunch where all joke about having measles. And how it's wonderful. They get to miss school. Because it's not that big a deal today. We can treat measles very easily with vitamin eight therapy and many other things. But if you didn't know any better, you'd think measles was Ebola. Yes. Hype it up. Well, the vaccine didn't come out until the early nineteen seventies. And there's plenty of well published history right before then talking about they weren't even sure whether or not they should do a measles vaccine because measles was such a mild, childhood illness. Well, guess what they've come to find out that having measles and reductions in cancer are correlated. There's something about the disease process that actually strengthens your immune system. So I'm one hundred percent for natural..

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"karen maloney" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"karen maloney" Discussed on WINS 1010

"On the one's breaking traffic alerts whenever they up here on ten dan win swings news time one oh two in germany three people were killed when a delivery car plowed into a crowd in munster the scene is still flooded with emergency vehicles now it appears to have been a deliberate act the driver shot and killed himself or responded jennifer eccleston has more german police in the town of munster are reporting a car ramming into a pedestrian area the police are confirming there are several dead and injured the vehicle is believed to have collided with groups of people near the kippen curl statue an investigation and large scale police operation is underway the area has been cordoned off by the authorities streets entering the old town are closed and police are advising people to stay away from the center of the city how this happened on the one year anniversary of a very similar attack in stockholm stolen veer truck went into pedestrians killing five people exactly one year ago wins news time one three tragedy in canada fourteen people killed in a bus crash the bus was carrying a junior league hockey team a collided with a tractor trailer on a highway in saskatchewan on the way to a game the team is the humboldt broncos morton correspondent polo sandovol canadian prime minister justin trudeau expressing his condolences and also his support for the team and their coaches staff saying quote i cannot imagine what these parents are going through it my heart goes out to everyone affected by this terrible tragedy in the humbled community and beyond fourteen survivors are in the hospital three are in critical condition the exact cause of the crash is still under investigation wins news time one oh four the spotlight on gun violence and finding ways to reduce it continues this weekend do the city's reps and congress are holding a town hall meeting in williamsburg brooklyn congresswoman nydia velazquez karen maloney or having a discussion with students teachers and gun safety reform groups at ms fifty congressman joe crowley of queens is holding one at the library in east elmhurst upstate senators in nassau county police commissioner are hosting one at the library in rockville centre other elected leaders and candidates are hosting one at cuny college of staten island they have a special guest ryan dyke is one of the students from marjory stoneman douglas high school another survivor from the parkland florida shooting a lia eastman was a.

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"karen maloney" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"karen maloney" Discussed on WGN Radio

"People both in naperville in from all over who wanted to do something and the sunday at the dairy queen on where lee road in naperville eighteen seventeen where lee road there is going to be an event uh to raise money for uh queen owners favorite caused which is you know to help with youth suicide the race nation hope for the day and um uh it's just gonna that it's amazing what they've done they've they've got the mayor of naperville is coming out they've got a boy scout troops a bunch of trump's doing now i exonerated got singers from the naperville naperville high school and all these kids coming in and it just it blew me away i mean it is just awesome these people came together not a fuse organizers but then the whole communities as kinda said okay let's do this thing and so they're having this event it's from eleven a m to one pm in naperville in the parking lot as dairy queen but who cares a tom skilling's going to be there for wgn stumps killings going to be there he's gonna talk a little bit and exist in the raising money there also trying to raise awareness there are also showing their love for karen maloney who's the the dairy queen uh and also used on for the community over the years and it just like i said i mean it's those kind of things in those moments when you see uh just sorta drop everything and say okay here's the thing we need to fix it and he kinda they open the door and people to sort of russia and his great and it really just it it it not just for this event but just in general it it it.

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