18 Burst results for "Kleiber"
"kleiber" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Then do your colleague with Kleiber on, Fox said recently Defund the police and Medicare for all and socialism. Where albatrosses around our next he was talking about this last election. Do you agree that these messages that may actually have energized some progressive voters? Some young voters have ultimately hurt your party. Is there a reckoning that needs to happen among Democrats? Well, I certainly think that should be a conversation. Progressive wing of the party is every important party But I think that what we clobber and was trying to say that no matter how progressive your ideals and values are and what you want to do, and how bold your plans are. If we don't win. If we don't keep the majority of the house, you cannot implement any of those plans so you can't govern if you can't win, And so I think our party has to make sure that we have a solid playbook of what we want to do, how we want to help the American people. But when we lose, and if we lose the House of representatives, then we will be in the minority and we won't pass a bill for at least two years. And I think that that his point is We have to make sure we went first and govern second, and so when we govern will govern without values, But when we can't pass legislation, we shouldn't be out there talking about it. And some titles. Her de funding. The police is a title that hurts Democrats, especially when the fact of the matter is nobody's calling for de funding. The police were calling for reinventing how we police communities in this country how we do criminal justice. So I think that basically what the whip is saying, and I agree with is that words have consequences. And in this election, those words cost us some democratic members. Thank you very much, Congressman for your time this morning. Congratulations, face. The nation will be back in one minute. Stay with us. Hey, wait. W traffic in transit update. Let's go.
"kleiber" Discussed on You Really Shouldn't Have
"You know that's what the blue-collar Bebo wanted to do, but I truly think that when you have more support for the arts in education and people that are more educated and you know. Bigger businesses moving into town and I really think Pittsburgh has seen that boom in the last ten years to fifteen years similar to like I think cities in in the states like Seattle and Austin Texas and Portland Nashville, so It's it's grown I and I can only attribute my success to the growth of comedy in Pittsburgh. It's Kinda grew with me. You know I started and there was one or two open mics and. And now you know once we're live again. You could go to eighteen to twenty open mic night, sometimes two or three night you could pop on I. Mean in ten years. We go from that many. It just grew exponentially. It's just people got hungry I started. Here I started doing around my city, but now you know I've I've traveled all the way up in Canada in the middle of nowhere and multiple cities, you know. In Mexico. You know I've done Norwegian cruises that have gone all over the world. But they don't really count like you. Like you're like I performed in Serbia and you're like. What are you talking about? What your thousand miles off the coast? We'll move on comedy Special Green Austat which is currently on Amazon prime. I watched it yesterday. I thought it was great..
"kleiber" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Be lectured to on family values what what a luxury month annual value lecture anybody on family values and they all they all notice another going to take these comments in a further distort the use this is you know this is why I don't like responding to this stuff but what the hell hi this is something that those of you who are listening know the truth and know how it was distorted those of you who weren't who are now listening I deserve to have it known yeah I'll go through the comments that I made afterwards and and by the way if you keep listening you will find out you know James Clyburn is books James Clyburn a former chairman of the house congressional black Caucasians should South Carolina his daughter is named Mimi Aung Kleiber and he agreed with me I couldn't not by name he didn't rush Limbaugh right he said exactly what I said the democratic hierarchy was going to say after the results in Iowa and New Hampshire he proves my point but the drive bys in the left is the end of the day there there's a an actor is gay community I have a hearing the stories in the stack of stuff their management L. P. because he's trying to understand what they're mad at me or P. because he's not flaunting the Williams so four years L. rush MO anti gay could care less nothing I can do about it anyway didn't lecture anybody on family values would not do so on this program simply was engaging in political analysis that is politically incorrect as far as electors concern you're simply not a conservative is not permitted to identify a gay candidate is gay these people need to be thanking me mayor Pete is on the map because of me himself of course obviously but he's on the map because of me I guarantee you after that appearance on CNN at south by southwest a year and a half ago whatever it was and I came here the following months of folks keep a sharp eye out for mayor Pete I'll guarantee it was a great day in mayor peak's campaign wow sure what Limbaugh said Limbaugh said keep a sharp eye on me her feet right I only had a brief time out my friends were off and running we are scorched today the EIB network and I'll rush ball right back after this season right in so many ways Rauch only at four Amy had a serious accident nearly took her life if not for optima tax relief is going to cost her everything Amy had huge financial problems after several surgeries including debt to the IRS of twenty thousand dollars she couldn't pay it and she certainly couldn't fight the IRS alone so she called optima her spirits lifted when she saw how optimised tax professionals protected and they got to work immediately optima collected the documentation and prove to the IRS the day me deserved a break the result optimist exceptionally qualified Amy for an offer in compromise with the IRS that saved her thousands Amy is another example of how optima has resolved over a billion dollars in tax debt for people just like you Optimus specializes in fresh start initiative if you qualify you could.
Pelosi resists Democratic calls to start impeachment proceedings
"Till the House Democratic caucus remains fragmented on the issue of impeachment of President Trump. Correspondent Linda Kenyon has the story. Speaker Nancy Pelosi remains cautious. About impeachment saying it is more important to conduct careful investigation and build an airtight case for impeachment rather than to charge headlong into impeachment proceedings house majority whip James Clyburn beliefs. That's true. Yes. Feel a big on. We've got all of these committees doing their work we have in hearings. We've already one two court cases, and their other cases that are still to be determined state of the union Kleiber says, Democrats must be careful to build a case that sticks. Is trying to do and the rest of us in the house of Representative. This is to the Vela process by which we can physically move on this issue. West Virginia Democrat, Joe Manchin, CBS face the nation. He does not believe impeachment is the right way to go a little over seventeen months to the next election. If you wanna go through impeachment we get very little done there. Anyway, we're get nothing done. If you go into that next, there's not one Republican in the Senate that would vote for impeachment, so why waste your time you have an election coming up Pinon there and make your choice, saying impeachment while lightly in the house is equally likely to hit a brick wall in the Senate house, intelligence committee, chairman Adam Schiff tells ABC's this week he agrees for now will look, I think we're going to do what's right for the country and at this point, this speaker has not reached the conclusion, I haven't either that is best for the country to put us through an appeasement preceding that we know is destined for failure in the Senate. Now that calculus bay chain. If the president continues to stonewall if the president continues to demonstrate his unfitness for office. But what if it's a close call a we have an important legislative agenda to try to advance a we have important oversight work? We can do outside the context of impeachment. Republican Senator Joe Kennedy on CBS face. The nation says impeachment just won't fly. And here's why impeachment polls right up there with skimmed milk among the American people, and Kennedy offer some advice for the Democrats, if you wanna do it go hard or go home. You know, if you want to do it go to Amazon, online boss, spine, and
"kleiber" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
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"kleiber" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Oh my goodness. Our two of the bond Hessler doctrine begins. All right now. I'm still Eric. There is still a doctrinaires, I'm assuming you are still you good to have you here. Are we have a couple more open minded people really fired up about this cereal and voter ID. President Trump seems to be the story of the day. So for that viral video that everybody's talking about he cares about viral videos. So what was again, maybe people just joining in. They don't know. They haven't followed the story. My Clive Kleiber semi radio consultant slash guru says her says keep resetting the topic erica's. We says to me because people coming in all the time when you get a little bit better at those teases, Eric we don't have to do that. Reset jared. So the internet is upset with you with upset with President Trump for say twenty this. He said if you buy if you stop radio, I know, I'm not I'm not yelling at you here. But I am so sick and tired of the internet in such and such broke the internet such and such happened in the internet. Just can't stand. The internet is not one thing. I'm on the internet. Not usually disagree with everything that's popular on you'll get upset and tweet about upset about anything. You know what I find? It turns out that. I am living in the wrong age. It's almost impossible to make me outraged about anything. You'd have to like you could do things like. You know, being rude to a soldier something that would outrage me. Yeah. But even then I don't know if I'd go online and go off on I said last night when the Michael ATI story broke, I said. But I said guilty until proven innocent and people were getting mad at me. Always a jerk. I always here's a jerk. But I got things to say about that though. We'll get to that story in a bit. So he tweeted this said he said if you buy a box of cereal, you have a voter ID, they try to Shane everybody by calling the braces or calling them something last art. Very important. The idea is that people are saying that he thinks that you have to show an ID to get a box of cereal. I'm thinking it's some sort of joke or analogy or something that I'm not getting I think that he meant to say just ide- he said voter ID, and what he meant was like when you I guess check out with a credit card, and they ask for your. I d I meant cereal. Are there any other candidate? Okay..
"kleiber" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"And to be able to use in trades and the cubs did that when they moved gleiberman whereas to the yankees the cubs did that when they acquired cantata and they moved away jimenez to the white sox i wanted to bring up a point too about about his find it i got so many things on my paper here i wanted to bring up a point to about glider torres and what kleiber torres has been doing this year it's pretty darned amazing a guy that was out last year for quite a bit of the year with a tommy john surgery because he wasn't even throwing hand okay he fell i wanna say was a slide and he needed tommy john surgery glider torres and it sucks for us people that really don't like the yankees i mean i grew up as a white sox fan you always hated the yankees because the socks you know i'm an older guy and the would come to town and it'd be dick out of the seventy two white socks and here come the yankees and the would always win it was so frustrating but kleiber torres enters the series finale against the braves he's in to ninety six with fifteen homers forty two are is a nine thirteen p s two hundred thirty nine plate appearances you don't want he plays it pretty good infield to it's like the yankees the richest keep getting richer and right now the yankees find themselves one game behind boston in the american league eastern standings really talk a little bit of soccer in the eleven o'clock hour get a couple of football notes we come back three one two three three two three seven seven six hundred to jump on fred hubner in for and company hair till eleven thirty before baseball yankees and braves right here on espn one thousand from northbrook to the.
"kleiber" Discussed on WSB-AM
"The radio work parttime crate and barrel i bring home some money yeah we get a discount on tells how wonderful both of you right now we're not the whole you know what i will give it clive kleiber soothe my radio consultant to the audience lineup your assistant bambi will give into to anybody but so let me just say i'm going to compromise you know we have a president the art of the deal i've read it i understand that's why i understand you have to i'm gonna compromise with this listener so what does his demand again or his concern if you're all shows about to me about the national anthem i'm not even listening to okay my first reaction was to to lash out and i apologize for that my second reaction is to see if we can get a deal here so here's the deal the show the radio show is two hours long we're going to pull it back for you only an hour and a half it sounds like a good deal taking a lot the heck do you good deal let's do this headline for thursday may twenty four by the way by favorite audio of the day would be this date will absolutely happened here someday dayquil absolutely happen i always guarantees that is a guarantee sunday i don't know what is right now but it will happen someday date will absolutely happen absolutely someday we'll see we'll see right you're absolutely right good mood today i don't know what i should be kind of a bad mood because my crew right here i want to say i crave yeah again everything today is from a place of love but my crew has definitely let me down now autumn doesn't count my radio consultant doesn't want the audience to know this but autumn does the show from her bedroom clay in laurel maryland ukiah tell i know you want people to think she's right here and all that so she's a exempt but the people on the ground this is the crew atlanta crew have really let me down today because i'm under host of the show right yeah yeah secret talks with management yeah you're the host.
"kleiber" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Producer shannon henry kleiber in barcelona with journalism professor chevy eijiro the future fills unpredictable in so many places today not just in spain if you look around the world right now it seems like everybody wants their own independent nation so are the old nation states toast that's what john feffer worries about he directs foreign policy in focus at the institute for policy studies where he keeps track of independence movements he says they're everywhere ooh many of them have been in place for a long time just as the catalan movement has been in place you find a strong movement in scotland you can find it in wales they're still tension in belgium between flanders and wallonia northern italy corsica those would probably be at the top so this is just europe then if we start talking about other places around the world where splintering has happening it just seems like shirley there's a laundry list anywhere else well i mean obviously if you look at the major multiethnic countries like china and russia you'll find quite a number of movements in china obviously tibet and xinjiang russia you have chechnya you have dagestan you have a movement even inside syria and so we haven't even gotten to the middle east john what's going on i mean why is this happening now well in middle east if we're talking just about the middle east it's certainly the kind of explosion of democratic sentiment of people kind of rising up against what were very authoritarian governments saddam hussein in iraq bashar al assad in syria and in part it's a legacy of lines of demarcation established by colonial empires long ago plus a war so the toppling of saddam hussein arguably was kind of the first signal that these tyrants are not eternal rulers and if you add in technology the ability of people to communicate through twitter and.
"kleiber" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Welcome back to the takeaway it's hot swell like it's been more than four months now since the federal communications commission voted to repeal rules regulating the behaviour of big internet service providers we will call the vote commissioner kleiber i dissent visual riley i commissioner card i mr resin roussel i dissent the chair votes i the item is adopted with aditorial privileges granted as requested thanks to the staff for your terrific work on this item that's fcc chairman ajit pie back in december twenty seventeen calling the vote that was heard across the internet and across the country the rollback of net neutrality protections past three two in the fcc but since then that deregulation actually hasn't gone into effect net neutrality remains in place even today so what's behind the holdup that we go to herald failed he's a telecommunications lawyer he's also senior vice president at the consumer group public knowledge were in sort of an odd place the fcc decided to roll this out in a very unusual way they're waiting for approval from another federal agency i the office of management and budget before the changes can go into effect so even though the agency has already voted to approve the order released the text of the order and publish the order in the federal register which is what usually gets the clock going the rule still haven't taken effect yet and we don't know precisely when they will and i should add this is very unusual back when the fcc approves the first net neutrality rules in fact the fcc had the order go into effect within sixty days of publication the federal register which is what standard and mb didn't get around to approving it until about a year later so usually the agency publishes the rules and the rules take effect and then if i won't be says no they pull the rules back it's not clear why the fcc decided to do it in a way that really slowed down the effective date of the rules yeah while the fcc did seem to be in an awful hurry to get rid of net neutrality back when this was big news in the votes were going on why do you suspect they've taken a route that's.
"kleiber" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"You know what i feel confident him i got confidence in steam i know that if i if they had lost they didn't have that nine run eighth inning i'd be coming in here with no confidence in saying that it's over and then a big blow inning like that in a good way all of a sudden i do a one eighty on it and sort of ridiculous to live like that up and down live and die with the team i just i just didn't wanna see fall apart yet and they didn't so it's just such a tony todd frazier to you can't say enough about this guy you really can't from the clubhouse personality leadership to coming up in big spots last night again i mean is this guy you know when we talked about him when he signed is sort of adds a nice signing right it's one of those things really move the needle but he's a good clubhouse guy it's an upgrade you feel okay about it i mean what he's done early on in this season is edited an attitude a positive attitude he has his delivered a big time in all sorts of situations i mean i hope it can probably end up hitting to eighteen but whatever percentage will be fine and it'll drive in some runs and hit some home runs i know he's not brandon jury i know that he's not a miguel and do i know he's not kleiber torres but i do believe that he was a profound impact player last year for the new york yankees just from his whole personality thing you know just a whole thumbsdown thing after after the met fan that was doing that at city field and all that other stuff that stuff that you you know sometimes it could grow on you and can grow old pretty quickly but other times when you're winning with the salt and pepper shaker this year just the energy the t shirts trying to bring the team together trying to make sense but as happy and all the things that you that you'd like to have all guys be like that he's an important part of that team just from a mental standpoint and make the team happy you know what i mean and then when he does come through on the field it just it's just like on the.
"kleiber" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"He's got to more she could how good he's got one more you could hear the anxiousness in the stance morning third no god all three rebounds scottie wow he missed all three free proves wind sidelined right morgan eighty percent free freethrow sued two weeks out to morse tie right with the basketball caleb with it out beauts the lions ample right into to when he got number twenty four jong john's looking in disbelief are you kidding me god john on the foul that sends air force to the free throw line and it's two free throws cranked too jong his third first one what if it's fine two fifty six left in the game the an answer secondly on time ants seventy wanted peace two fifty four left in the game johnson around in mccoy screen goes up hiding joosten wing left kleiber eelco for the court now maury has in the paint jump past johnson catches layup off in or juicero truth to it fourteen 73 seventy one unlv to 33 left lions with hans demand vein in.
"kleiber" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Gaby an economy it years of incompetent behaviour right i will never have to worry about that other if anybody ever brought up the idea maybe the public address systems should be connected to the wreck electrical thing it case there's a outage maybe we want to be able to tell people what the hell he got gun several notes about that too from people that have worked in electrical and electrical feel the very beginning seen the demos at seen the ratings was elena cmo people who are intellectually love this show surprise me and they're saying to us this has been a common saying that he does dane eleven a case acid carbon theme that there should have been a battery system a backup batteries are only w would work for the pa system something like that it's odd that they didn't have wondered audits incompetent you're building a bigger and bigger city and you're thinking about other things in your not taking care of you know some of the fundamentals i wonder how many other cities this is a wakeup call for them i wonder how many other airports had that would be a good question you have open mic yeah got plenty of my 'cause i've got lots of lots of men in lots of women that i have things to say so we have male open mice we have female open mike's clive kleiber said my radio consultant healthy oil i got gillian had two without autumn here for the sausage festival i go the lady let's get a female voice the need at female voice for okay presidents do that area and i knew about your radical idea of a glass with note adopt them but at long recounting on were encouraging people to hide their income need to do away with all income taxes and all income tax withholding go through a great hair everyone in america on their fending not ongoing on a thinner in your report there in home i actually loved that serta slow huge billboards fans everybody does i i've mud one and she's right because you can try to hide your income and we would have to have some sort of way and if you're really wealthy with a flat tax you could easily put money away.
"kleiber" Discussed on CRAIG CARLTON'S HELLO MY NAME IS CRAIG
"No they're gonna do it you'd you'd take the lie with a smile on your face you give them your hardearned money and you'll love it and for that we owe football and baseball basketball however sport you love all thank you we all know thank you thank you for a line to us and making us feel like today is going to be my day thank you thank you thank you thank you for without sports imagine what you'd be doing it sunday at one o'clock you'd be gardening you'd be cleaning the dishes you do that ageold honey i want you to try your clothes on to see what fits it's time to throw your crap out baseball football basketball gall soccer whatever it is we owe you a debt of gratitude thank you thank you thank you thank you can't shut out doubt he's watching football you can't say that in february or march hey honey listen i'd love to go with you and your friends out for some afternoon tea but i gotta watch a giant play the packers he can't do that without football hottie listen i would love to sit down and talked about that less book your head but the yankees you're playing the toronto blue jays and i don't wanna miss kleiber tours is first start as yankee see he can't do it sports covers us so sports a memo to thank you lied to us as much as you want we'll be here to take it i will become a back tomorrow before we get to my main man anthony scaramucci i wanna thank added rama for sponsoring the podcast if you subscribe on the website you'll get an email from me with a special coupon from my friends at aramoc as always you can go to add.
"kleiber" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Leave your name lever number will contact you and tell you where dissent the czech okay triple eight nine seven one s a g i really do appreciate now the house sexual harassment system works this way you make a claim development you sign a nondisclosure agreement and so in theory anyway the congress person is walls do go on with his life without anybody knowing about the allegation however this woman has chosen to break her agreement i suspect she won't be food for fat on with whom doubtful of annhilation that came out on that nowadays that people in the public became aware that these allegations route parents can you tell me why you say john conyers dead when you wear heaven point yes the things that he did uh were uh it was sexual harassment violating violating my body uh propositioning me inviting me to hotels with the guise of uh discussing business and then proposition me to uh you know for sex um and he's pilate in my body um he has touched me and different ways and it was very uncomfortable and very unprofessional james kleiber on who just a few days ago was defending his pal john conyers and said that according to the new york times that conyers accusers were all white females implication they could be trusted because white females black the them you can't trust him and clyburn denied that he said that which means these coups kuzin the new york times of hashtag fake news but fiber and saw the young lay whose sound bite we just now played and said this he responded very positively you said last week the he thought it was possible all these allegations could just be made up i never said that the s losers were were reporter asserted when you consider the source of these just as i've seen it misrepresentation commerce i made yesterday breitbart or somebody would not the statement that i said that this had to do with pride found the khmer me guess a black guy that is absolutely not what i said and the fact of batteries the.
"kleiber" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"A shooter including the allegations that repeatedly loaded gun at his wife in other words they took that out that's how about how do you how you get away after something like this you do this kind of violence kicking and beating and pointing a gun at your wife and beatings baby and you get only a year in prison doesn't that seem inappropriate uh he was also 'only sentenced in november of two thousand twelve five years ago obviously two months confinement reduction to the lowest possible rank his final duty title was prisoner his first wife whose name was tessa divorced him while he was confined and she was awarded the couple's only four household items of value a television one wedding and a revolver yeah uh uh was forced out of the military with a bad conduct discharge the air force said that the conviction should have barred this individual from owning any guns instead law enforcement officials say he bought several because identify what they were supposed to do and notify the fbi base friends say that he was a friendly if awkward teenager who grew up active in his church his senior year book photo shows him smiling with untamed hair and a hollister shirt but in recent years friends say he grew so dark that many unfriendly him on facebook courtney kleiber who was one purpose one of his best friends said i had always known there was something off about him but he wasn't always a psycho path we had a lot of good times together over the years we all saw him change into seen that he was out before may be completely honest i'm really not surprised this happened and i don't think anyone who knew him as very surprised either instead of straightening out after his bad conduct discharge mr the shooter began a long downward slide that culminated shooting on sunday after getting out of confinement he moved into a barn parents house which they had converted into apart an apartment for him according to local sheriff's office during the next two years he was investigated twice.
"kleiber" Discussed on WLAC
"Not become a dictator until later when people began to be uh influence by his foolishness we just elected the president and he's got a lot of foolishness darnall and i'm afraid to many people are being influenced by that forest miss neemeh naval my just got some but i just want somebody complaining at trump making a big mistake yorkers is bases only thirty percent he's got he's got not enough big in a base to get his agenda done that trump needs to go out and broaden the base needs to appeal all kinds of the bieb we can't do it the media's never going to allow that hitler had the media hitler was the media comparing trump day at work they did they just what yeah they fire jeffrey lord for for for writing sieg heil in a tweet that with the imf it was they took it all on context he was a knockdown draggedout was the media matters people are recusing him of being a nazi jeffrey lord anyway right paul it hitler once find a course the democrats have moral authority their victims go to african americans victim you can do anything call trump believing but he doesn't work at cnn cnn's happy to have people that are not employs call trump hitler and call trample nazi and so forth she's been here's how it goes together so trump does the press conversely have this big weekend protest where the media portrays everybody out there is a nazi or a clansman supporting trump in here comes kleiber well i feel like my watching guberina 1930s hitler be reborn reverberi is this is more like if we want wanna draw historical perilous more like the cultural revolution china when uh when china became communist china that's what this trump doesn't everywhere near popularity continuing to wind down pouring right gowns you're making your way along the interfaith we are still looking pretty kono we're all you make parliament is targeted at downtown but overall everything has goalie in is quite and the waves crashes to dig a horrid they're working one over in the thick theory on fortysix near beasley watch out there with right here around the interfax him when he with your wctc traffic jordan's radio fifteen ten wctc forecast on.
"kleiber" Discussed on The Director's Cut
"There is that that does this the worst feeling ever costats the day you show up you don't have any ideas the actress all suck and you can't solve it my case that's like every day but if you it is slightly liberating till viewed as carlos kleiber right to say xiaomi give me your beauty and that i think is the key to direction so we looked at painters we looked at rousseau for the jungle and we looked at claude lorraine and we looked for the uk portion we looked at karago will look to turner of course uh and then the world worse one stuff we looked at the photographs uh which are so profoundly upsetting because it's essentially europe reduced to the moon amid looks like the moon well i was just given the sign that we unfortunately are done i would love to talk more iq like you saw for coming thank you so much thanks for listening to another digi a key rene you can check out past episodes at the director's cut wherever you listen to podcasts or on our website at digi a dot o r g slash podcast also if you haven't already be short subscribe so you won't miss an episode if you're enjoying the podcast please like share and leaves review we loved here your feedback thanks again for listening and have a great week this podcast is produced by the directors guild of america music is by dan wali.