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"Education is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Stacy Vanek Smith in New York and I'm Ari Shapiro in Washington. It is still primary season and in yesterday's contests, Progressive Democrats scored two high profile victories. While a conservative aligned with President Trump lost to a more mainstream Republican in Kansas. NPR's Susan Davis is here to sort through results and tell us what this might signal about November. Let's start with the Republican contest where former Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach lost the GOP Senate primary to Congressman Roger Marshall today you wrote that this is a win for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. How so? Well. Marshall was McConnell's preferred candidate. The Senate Leadership Fund, which is an outside Superpac align with the leader spent over $2 million to help Marshall win. McConnell, like many Republicans believed that if Kobach had won, he would've tanked the party's chances of holding to the on to that seat in November and very likely could have taken the majority down with it. A word of caution here, though, Marshal is still not a sure bet. There's still interesting things happening in Kansas, and that race looks like it could still be competitive. And I've talked to GOP strategist who say it's gonna You know they're going to keep investing in Kansas to keep it in their column, but ultimately this is a seat that will be harder for Democrats to win and the battle for the Senate carries on. And then let's shift to what happened in the Democratic Party yesterday, which was just remarkable in the primary in the ST Louis area. In Missouri, incumbent Congressman William Lacy Clay lost to progressive black lives matter activists Corey Bush, who ran to his left Incumbents so rarely lose primaries. How did she pull it off? Well, this was first a rematch. She ran and lost against clay and 2018 by 20 points. It wasn't even close to years ago, especially in a year that was really friendly to Democratic women candidates. She ran again Big comeback. Beat him on Tuesday by three points. It is part of a trend that we've seen playing out this year in House Democratic primaries, where progressives, especially black progressives, are getting much more traction among Democratic voters than they had in the past. We saw that happen in New York, where three young black male progressive candidates won and contested primaries and yet another example of where an incumbent was defeated. With Elliot Engel. In this specific case, Clay was not only an incumbent. His family was a black political dynasty in Missouri. His father represented the seat before he did for three decades. Yeah, the clay family is second only to the Dingle family in terms of long legacies in Congress and Beating an incumbent is probably the hardest thing you can do in politics. But this year, Clay is the seventh incoming tow lose. There have been four Republicans and now three Democrats, and that doesn't sound like a big number seven when you think there's 435 members of Congress, but it's a ton, Bloomberg analyst Greg Drew calculated that it's the most incumbents TTO lose in a non redistricting year. Since 1974. I've talked to Democrats a lot about this this cycle and they point to a couple of factors. They say the pandemic is just really challenging the way voters think of government and how they want it in their lives. And, of course, the racial justice protests that have come from the following The death of George Floyd have really had a political impact here. Bush in this case, she's a black woman. She's a well known local activists She started in activism during the Ferguson protests back in 2014. And this was just her right moment. She was the right candidate at the right time in the right district. So when you pull back and look at these primary upsets, does it suggest that the Democratic Party as a whole is shifting to the left? You know it's complicated because Democrats have the majority because they were able to win in swing seats with moderate district. That's where the party needs to win to have a majority, but The's progressive candidates are winning and very safe Democratic seats. There aren't in contention in November, and it is definitely emboldening the progressive wing of the party that sees itself is the rising force. Where do you see that in action? If you look at another win Tuesday, Michigan congressman Rashida to leave blood better known as one of the members of the so called squad, she had a primary challenge from the center, and she was able to beat that back by 30 points. I think we're just seeing that the people that are losing and primary challenges are being replaced by people in large part who are more ideological than they are, and it's further evidence of something that we know is true about Congress in each passing election, it is getting more and more polarized. What is NPR congressional correspondent Susan Davis. Thanks, you. The Trump Administration has dubbed it operation warp speed. That is the initiative to develop a corona virus vaccine. With more than 156,000 Americans dead and a presidential election months away. The president is eager to highlight progress on Fox and friends this morning, President Trump said the development of a vaccine for covert 19 is making good progress. I streamlined the process. This would have taken 34 years to be where we are right now, and we're going to have one. I believe long before the end of the year. Our next guest has insight into both the science and the politics behind the race to find a covert vaccine. He is Dr Paul Offit, a professor at the University of Pennsylvania, who serves on a panel advising the Food and Drug Administration on whether to recommend if a vaccine is licensed. Dr Offit. Welcome to the program. Thank you. So first off, Let me just ask you to comment on the president's assessment on Fox and friends. What did you think of it? Well, in part, he's right. I mean, the administration basically sped up this process by taking the risk out of making a vaccine for pharmaceutical companies. Typically, pharmaceutical companies go slowly from Pre clinical trials to phase one dose ranging trials to phase two trials, which are involved hundreds of people to face three trials, which involved tens of thousands of people and each step. It cost log. Rhythmically mohr money when you go for millions to tens of millions to hundreds of millions of dollars What the government did was basically by saying, Look will pay for the face. Three twelves will pay for manufacturing. They took the risk out of it for pharmaceutical companies, which made this a much faster process. Having a vaccine before the end of the year. Does that seem realistic? No, it doesn't. I mean, a zit stands right now, the vaccines that we've been talking about which are to dose vaccines. Those face three trials, meaning large prospective placebo controlled trials. Just started to doze vaccine just meaning like you have to get two shots or two doses of the vaccine. That's right to two separate doses separated by a month apart. So if if you if you start these trials now, let's assume that people will get their first dose in August because they're not gonna all get it on day one either a vaccine or placebo, and then they get their second dose of month later, which is September It takes a couple weeks after that second dose to sort of get the ramp up the immune response to where you want it to be..

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Primary results: Kris Kobach loses Kansas Senate primary

"Primary season and in yesterday's contests, Progressive Democrats scored two high profile victories. While a conservative aligned with President Trump lost to a more mainstream Republican in Kansas. NPR's Susan Davis is here to sort through results and tell us what this might signal about November. Let's start with the Republican contest where former Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach lost the GOP Senate primary to Congressman Roger Marshall today you wrote that this is a win for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. How so? Well. Marshall was McConnell's preferred candidate. The Senate Leadership Fund, which is an outside Superpac align with the leader spent over $2 million to help Marshall win. McConnell, like many Republicans believed that if Kobach had won, he would've tanked the party's chances of holding to the on to that seat in November and very likely could have taken the majority down with it. A word of caution here, though, Marshal is still not a sure bet. There's still interesting things happening in Kansas, and that race looks like it could still be competitive. And I've talked to GOP strategist who say it's gonna You know they're going to keep investing in Kansas to keep it in their column, but ultimately this is a seat that will be harder for Democrats to win and the battle for the Senate carries on.

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05:37 min | 3 months ago

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"I'm Stacy Vanek Smith in New York, and I'm Ari Shapiro in Washington. It is still primary season and in yesterday's contests, Progressive Democrats scored two high profile victories. While a conservative aligned with President Trump lost to a more mainstream Republican in Kansas. NPR's Susan Davis is here to sort through results and tell us what this might signal about November Hae Soo Let's start with the Republican contest where former Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach lost the GOP Senate primary to Congressman Roger Marshall Today you wrote that this is a win for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. How so? Well. Marshall was McConnell's preferred candidate. The Senate Leadership Fund, which is an outside Superpac align with the leader spent over $2 million to help Marshall win. McConnell, like many Republicans believed that if Kobach had won, he would've tanked the party's chances of holding to the on to that seat in November and very likely could have taken the majority down with it. A word of caution here, though, Marshal is still not a sure bet. There's still interesting things happening in Kansas, and that race looks like it could still be competitive. And I've talked to GOP strategist who say it's gonna You know they're going to keep investing in Kansas to keep it in their column, but ultimately this is a seat that will be harder for Democrats to win and the battle for the Senate carries on. And then let's shift to what happened in the Democratic Party yesterday, which was just remarkable in the primary in the ST Louis area. In Missouri, incumbent Congressman William Lacy Clay lost to progressive black lives matter activists Corey Bush, who ran to his left Incumbents so rarely lose primaries. How did she pull it off? Well, this was first a rematch. She ran and lost against clay and 2018 by 20 points. It wasn't even close to years ago, especially in a year that was really friendly to Democratic women candidates. She ran again Big comeback. Beat him on Tuesday by three points. It is part of a trend that we've seen playing out this year in House Democratic primaries, where progressives, especially black progressives, are getting much more traction among Democratic voters than they had in the past. We saw that happen in New York, where three young black male progressive candidates won and contested primaries and yet another example of where an incumbent was defeated. With Elliot Engel. In this specific case, Clay was not only an incumbent. His family was a black political dynasty in Missouri. His father represented the seat before he did for three decades. Yeah, the clay family is second only to the Dingle family in terms of long legacies in Congress and Beating an incumbent is probably the hardest thing you can do in politics. But this year, Clay is the seventh incumbent TTO lose. There have been four Republicans and now three Democrats, and that doesn't sound like a big number seven when you think there's 435 members of Congress, but it's a ton, Bloomberg analyst Greg Drew calculated that it's the most incumbents TTO lose in a non redistricting year. Since 1974. I've talked to Democrats a lot about this this cycle and they point to a couple of factors. They say the pandemic is just really challenging the way voters think of government and how they want it in their lives. Of course, the racial justice protests that have come from the at following the death of George Floyd have really had a political impact here. Bush in this case, she's a black woman. She's a well known local activists She started in activism during the Ferguson protests back in 2014. And this was just her right moment. She was the right candidate at the right time in the right district. So when you pull back and look at these primary upsets, does it suggest that the Democratic Party as a whole is shifting to the left? You know it's complicated because Democrats have the majority because they were able to win in swing seats with moderate district. That's where the party needs to win Tohave a majority, but The's progressive candidates are winning and very safe Democratic seats. There aren't in contention in November, and it is definitely emboldening the progressive wing of the party that sees itself is the rising force. Where do you see that in action? If you look at another win Tuesday, Michigan congressman receded to leave but better known as one of the members of the so called squad, she had a primary challenge from the center, and she was able to beat that back by 30 points. I think we're just seeing that the people that are losing and primary challenges are being replaced by people in large part who are more ideological than they are. And it's further evidence of something that we know is true about Congress in each passing election. It is getting more and more polarized. That is NPR congressional correspondent Susan Davis. Thanks, you The Trump Administration has dubbed it operation warp speed. That is the initiative to develop a Corona virus vaccine. With more than 156,000 Americans dead and a presidential election months away. The president is eager to highlight progress on Fox and friends this morning, President Trump said the development of a vaccine for covert 19 is making good progress. I've streamlined the process, this would have taken 34 years to be where we are right now. And we're gonna have one. I believe long before the end of the year. Our next guest has insight into both the science and the politics behind the race to find a covert vaccine. He is Dr Paul Offit, a professor at the University of Pennsylvania, who serves on a panel advising the Food and Drug Administration on whether to recommend if a vaccine is licensed. Dr Offit. Welcome to the program. Thank you. So first off, Let me just ask you to comment on the president's assessment on Fox and friends. What did you think of it? Well, in part, he's right. I mean, the administration basically sped up this process by taking the risk out of making a vaccine for pharmaceutical companies. Typically, pharmaceutical companies go slowly from Pre clinical trials to phase one dose ranging trials to phase two trials, which are involved hundreds of people to face three trials, which involved tens of thousands of people and each step. It cost log..

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05:48 min | 3 months ago

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"I'm Stacy Vanek Smith in New York, and I'm Ari Shapiro in Washington. It is still primary season and in yesterday's contests, Progressive Democrats scored two high profile victories. While a conservative aligned with President Trump lost to a more mainstream Republican in Kansas. NPR's Susan Davis is here to sort through results and tell us what this might signal about November Hae Soo Let's start with the Republican contest where former Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach lost the GOP Senate primary to Congressman Roger Marshall Today you wrote that this is a win for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. How so? Well. Marshall was McConnell's preferred candidate. The Senate Leadership Fund, which is an outside Superpac align with the leader spent over $2 million to help Marshall win. McConnell, like many Republicans believed that if Kobach had won, he would've tanked the party's chances of holding to the on to that seat in November and very likely could have taken the majority down with it. A word of caution here, though, Marshal is still not a sure bet. There's still interesting things happening in Kansas, and that race looks like it could still be competitive. And I've talked to GOP strategist who say it's gonna You know they're going to keep investing in Kansas to keep it in their column, but ultimately this is a seat that will be harder for Democrats to win and the battle for the Senate carries on. And then let's shift to what happened in the Democratic Party yesterday, which was just remarkable in the primary in the ST Louis area. In Missouri, incumbent Congressman William Lacy Clay lost to progressive black lives matter activists Corey Bush, who ran to his left Incumbents so rarely lose primaries. How did she pull it off? Well, this was first a rematch. She ran and lost against clay and 2018 by 20 points. It wasn't even close to years ago, especially In a year that was really friendly to Democratic women candidates. She ran again. Big comeback beat him on Tuesday by three points. It is part of a trend that we've seen playing out this year in House Democratic primaries, where progressives, especially black progressives, are getting much more traction among Democratic voters than they had in the past. We saw that happened in New York, where three young black male Progressive candidates one in contested primaries, and yet another example of where an incumbent was defeated. With Elliot Engel. In this specific case, Clay was not only an incumbent. His family was a black political dynasty in Missouri. His father represented the seat before he did for three decades. Yeah, the clay family is second only to the Dingle family in terms of long legacies in Congress and Beating an incumbent is probably the hardest thing you can do in politics. But this year, Clay is the seventh incumbent TTO lose. There have been four Republicans and now three Democrats, and that doesn't sound like a big number seven when you think there's 435 members of Congress, but it's a ton, Bloomberg analyst Greg Drew calculated that it's the most incumbents TTO lose in a non redistricting year. Since 1974. I've talked to Democrats a lot about this this cycle and they point to a couple of factors. They say the pandemic is just really challenging the way voters think of government and how they want it in their lives. And, of course, the racial justice protests that have come from the following The death of George Floyd have really had a political impact here. Bush in this case, she's a black woman. She's a well known local activists She started in activism during the Ferguson protests back in 2014. And this was just her right moment. She was the right candidate at the right time in the right district. So when you pull back and look at these primary upsets, does it suggest that the Democratic Party as a whole is shifting to the left? You know it's complicated because Democrats have the majority because they were able to win in swing seats with moderate district. That's where the party needs to win Tohave a majority, but The's progressive candidates are winning and very safe Democratic seats. There aren't in contention in November, and it is definitely emboldening the progressive wing of the party that sees itself is the rising force. Where do you see that in action? If you look at another win Tuesday, Michigan congressman receded to leave blood better known as one of the members of the so called squad, she had a primary challenge from the center, and she was able to beat that back by 30 points. I think we're just seeing that the people that are losing and primary challenges are being replaced by people in large part who are more ideological than they are, and it's further evidence of something that we know is true about Congress in each passing election, it is getting more and more polarized. What is NPR congressional correspondent Susan Davis. Thanks, you. The Trump Administration has dubbed it operation warp speed. That is the initiative to develop a corona virus vaccine, with more than 156,000 Americans dead and a presidential election months away. President is eager to highlight progress on Fox and friends this morning, President Trump said the development of a vaccine for covert 19 is making good progress. I've streamlined the process. This would have taken 34 years to be where we are right now, and we're gonna have one. I believe long before the end of the year. Our next guest has insight into both the science and the politics behind the race to find a covert vaccine. He is Dr Paul Offit, a professor at the University of Pennsylvania, who serves on a panel advising the food and drink. Administration on whether to recommend if a vaccine is licensed Doctor off it. Welcome to the program. Thank you. So first off, Let me just ask you to comment on the president's assessment on Fox and friends. What did you think of it? Well, in part, he's right. I mean, the administration basically sped up this process by taking the risk out of making a vaccine for pharmaceutical companies. Typically, pharmaceutical companies go slowly from Pre clinical trials to phase one dose ranging trials to phase two trials, which are involved hundreds of people to face three trials, which involved tens of thousands of people and each step. It cost log. Rhythmically mohr money when you go for millions to tens of millions to hundreds of millions of dollars What the government did was basically by saying, Look will pay for the phase three trials will pay for manufacturing..

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04:09 min | 3 months ago

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"In addition to checking credentials, businesses need to press the cleaning companies to disclose exactly what cleaning agents they're using, so they can check out of its effective and killing the virus. A man is fighting for his life after he was shot in the face overnight near 14 and Babcock on the Northwest side. The victim's friend called 911 before driving him to the hospital, AMs. Met him half way the victim is clinging to life. Three suspects have been charged with capital murder in the death of an Austin ice cream vendor, 18 year old mark He's Davis, 20 year old Jermaine Jones and 19 year old Devlin wordy are all in custody. They're accused of shooting 68 year old gelato. Yuria says he sold ice cream on June 23rd year has died in the hospital about a week later. Jones and Morty were arrested Monday. Davis have been picked up earlier on an unrelated charge of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Well, several states held primaries on Tuesday. Incumbents Senator Martha McSally won the GOP primary in Arizona Tuesday, beating businessman Daniel McCarthy facing her November's race will be retired astronaut Mark Kelly, who easily won the Democratic nomination. Kansas Republicans have picked congressman Roger Marshall for the Senate over conservative firebrand Kris Kobach. There were concerns among the GOP establishment that Kobach was too far to the right and would alienate independent and moderate Republican voters. Marshall's going to be up against Democratic State Senator Barbara Bowl Yea well. The death toll is at least 100 after a massive explosion rocked Beirut, Lebanon on Tuesday the number of injured around 4000. The blast is being blamed on 2700 tons of ammonium nitrate. Lebanon's prime minister says it was left unsecured in a warehouse for six years. He's vowing to punish those responsible and calling for a two week state of emergency President Trump suggested it was an attack on the U. S census is ending its count earlier than previously thought. The 2020 senses will conclude a September 30th to try to get numbers faster and meet a deadline of December 31st But only six out of every 10 households have been counted so far, and the new deadline means there are less than two months left to collect information. Congressional Democrats have expressed concerned the White House is pressing the bureau. Oh, and the count, which could mean more house seats would go to Republicans. They hope to include a provision in the newest Corona virus relief bill, allowing for an extension to the count will streaming services or tapping into Bollywood ular. Jessica Summers of Bloomberg has this and focus report. Bollywood India's mainstream film industry has been resistant to shifting on line. But with Corona virus keeping cinema's shut streaming services are getting a rare chance to play Bollywood blockbusters. And really new subscribers to Hollywood films are legendary in terms of the way they look, the stories that are told comScore Media analyst Paul Dergarabedian Netflix added more than 10 million subscribers worldwide. In the second quarter. It scored six new Indian films. Disney has at least seven and Amazon is streaming Gulab O centavo, a Hindi satire that was scheduled to hit cinemas back in the spring. But in or Max Media surveys showed 82% Sent missed going to theaters during lockdowns, presenting a challenge for streaming platforms. I think a lot of people will want to see these films because of their cinematography their grand you're on the big screen again. I'm Jessica Summers. Bloomberg Business for NewsRadio. 1200 W. O A. I. The Spurs are back in action this afternoon. Now here's your Spurs report with the voice of the Spurs. Bill Schoening brought to you by big bit barbecue. Even though the Spurs are still in the thick of things regarding a potential playoff berth in the Western Conference, head coach Gregg Popovich has emphasized that player development is essential during these seating games in Orlando. One player taking advantage of that opportunity is rookie swingman Killed in Johnson. The athletic 21 year old is averaging 11 points and five rebounds and the three games so far on the campus. The Spurs take on the Denver Nuggets this afternoon Wook I coverage will start to 30 Tippet three. That's today's.

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02:06 min | 3 months ago

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"Secretary of State Kris Kobach. McConnell and other top Republicans are worried that Kobach and immigration hardliner who lost the 2018 Kansas governor's race would be an easier target for Barbara Bouchet, the presumptive and well funded Democratic nominee. She's a state senator from the Kansas City area who switched parties after the last election for NPR news. I'm good McLean This is NPR News from Washington. Live from news on Brian Watt in Oakland. Legislation to make private health insurance plans in California cover all medically necessary mental health and substance use disorder treatments faces a key test today. An assembly committee plans to vote on the proposal by San Francisco State Senator Scott Weiner tell Maria Dillon reports. Weiner's legislation is supposed to fill gaps in the federal mental health parity law. Wiener says insurers wait to treat many mental health conditions sometimes until patients are in crisis. In some cases, patients can't get treated through their private plans and go on medical. The taxpayers are left to pick up the tab, and that is completely unacceptable. The California Association of Health Plans, which represents major insurers across the state, says the bill would raise costs and is unnecessary because 90 9.8% of private policyholders already have full mental health coverage. The bill goes before the Assembly Health Committee today I'm Road Kill Maria Dylan. The news. A Superior Court judge, is upholding San Francisco's eviction moratorium. The city's ban on evictions is aimed at protecting tenants who have fallen behind on rent during the pandemic. Several real estate and landlord groups sued the city in June. They argued the moratorium is unconstitutional and violation of state law. The judge ruled yesterday that the moratorium is a permissible use of the city's powers and it doesn't violate the state's emergency orders. San Francisco's ordinance also prohibits late fees and penalties for people struggling to pay rent. But it does not excuse renters from ultimately having to pay it back..

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"Of Trump country. I think President Trump is probably the president. It's done the most for country. Really Sarge, Abraham Lincoln. I think he's an awesome president. Chloe Light is a dog groomer here in town, and he tells it, how it is and doesn't deal with anybody. So that's what we need. I mean, at least he's being really And that's the most governments ever done for us before, But here in Trump country, not everybody's on board. I asked Jen if F record a mother of four What she thinks about the president. You have to be very careful how you answer that question in a very small, conservative community. I'm just not looking for a A confrontation. I definitely don't think His actions and his choices and sometimes just even his speech. I definitely don't think it helps any conservative that's trying to run based on his platform. Kansans voted for Mr Trump in 2016 but analysts say the state is no longer a safe bet for the president. In a first sign of change could be the race for the Senate seat. I believe that the numbers are being cooked. The books are being cooked, and the purpose at least on the political left is to use those numbers to scare the public into and to scare the political leadership into shutting down. That's Kris Kobach, a longtime supporter of Mr Trump and a leading contender for the Republican nomination for the U. S. Senate. Republicans.

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"This is weekend edition from NPR News. Bablu Garcia Navarro. Kansas isn't a swing state It is reliably red. So ahead of this Tuesday's primary. Why are Republicans worried about a U S Senate seat that they've held for the better part of a century? Jim MacLean of the Kansas News Service has an answer. It's a combination of things and incumbent who's retiring after nearly 40 years in Congress, with no clear favorite to replace him. A global pandemic and a president who's slipping in the polls. That creates a rare opportunity for Democrats and spells trouble for Republicans fighting to keep their Senate majority, says David Kinzinger, a longtime operative who managed former Kansas governor and U. S Senator Sam Brownback campaigns If you start blowing states like Kansas Or Alabama or South Carolina, the math becomes almost impossible. 11 Republicans are running for the nomination, but only a handful or likely to factor in the outcome. Kris Kobach and Roger Marshall topped that list. Kobach is a former Kansas secretary of state who's hardline views on immigration in voter fraud have made him a favorite with Trump voters. Marshall is a two term congressman from western Kansas. He has the support of many establishment Republicans, including Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. My support. I mean millions of dollars in radio, social media and TV ads. Roger Marshall is the Republican choice. Standing strong President Trump Kobach, a self proclaimed anti establishment candidate, says McConnell made a mistake picking sides in the primary. Instead of using that $3 million to protect Republicans, which really a Senate majority leader probably ought to do. He's spending it in the Kansas primary trying to take out The conservative front runner me. McConnell jumped in because of widely held concerns about co box electability, says Kinzinger Concerns rooted in co box failed 2000 for bid to unseat a democratic congressman. And his 2018 lost to Democrat Laura Kelly in the Kansas governor's race, So you have sustained RIA world trials and evidence and data that say Kris Kobach is an extremely poor general election candidate who absolutely could be the first Republicans lose a Senate race in Kansas and over 80 years. That record is why Democrats want to run against go Bak and why they're behind a slew of ads. Atout. Kobach is a true conservative and label Marshall a phony a moderate who's supportive former Ohio Governor John Kasich in the 2016 presidential race proves he can't be trusted to back Trump Marshall Faith think about 2/3 of the approximately $14 million in campaign spending has come from out of state packs. With few recent public polls to go on that tells Washburn University political scientist Bob Beatty. The race is close. When packs come in this late that tells me they are looking at some polling packs come in when they can make a difference. The last independent poll showed Bob Hamilton inching closer to the front runners. He's bankrolling his outsider campaign with money from the sale of his plumbing company and something record for the most ads in a Kansas primary together. My opponents have been running for office for decades. They can't shake up the establishment. They are the establishment, the media barrage and questions about co box electability have given Republican voters a lot to think about. Voters like Page Harding from Dodge City, the chair of the Kansas Federation of College. Republicans might talk to a lot of people that think Kobach would do the best job, but they don't think that he can win the general election, so I don't know if we could take that chance or not. The GOP winner will face Barbara Bouvier, the presumptive and well funded Democratic nominee. She's a state senator from the Kansas City area who switched parties in 2018 after winning reelection as a Republican. For NPR News. I'm Jim MacLean in Topeka. Later on all things considered. She's a Democrat from Detroit. She's been out spoken, and she's used very choice words when talking about the president. Now first term Congresswoman Yoshida Talib is facing a primary challenge. Her rival says calling Trump names isn't fixing the district's problems. What voters say. Find out later today by telling your smart speaking play NPR or your member station by name. The SL in tribe of Big Sur California numbered perhaps, on ly 1000 people. When Spanish missionaries arrived in the 17 hundreds, they were sent to missions to be converted where most perished from disease. And it seemed then that their land all of which was taken was lost to them forever. But in a deal that's been in the works for a year, more than 1000 acres of the excellence, ancestral territory has now been returned. To the remaining members. Tom Little Bear Nation is the chairman of the SLM tribe. And he joins us now. Good morning. Good morning. How are you? I'm very well. Congratulations. Thank you. We're so honored to be in recipients of this land. Your tribe was removed from this land centuries ago. What does it mean to regain ownership? Words cannot explain what we feel from this. It's from our soul from our heart from our beings were so elated and so honored to be the recipients of our ancestral home. And, you know, it couldn't be a more better spot for us to get more sacred spot in this land. Yeah, because the exact Landis home, Tio, you're eight. 1000 year old origin story that's correct. You know, the whole origin story started right there on this land on the sacred mountain called Pickle. Blanco also known as peachy in our language, and that is the basis of our Whole lives the center of our universe. You've been fighting to get this land back for decades. Tell us how this deal came about over 30 years ago 19. 91. Mr Axel Adler, who was the man from sweetie who came over and had been amassing large tracts of land in the old homestead and put this back together in one large ranch and me. He wanted to back in 1992 to give it back to the naval indigenous peoples of land. So it's taken us out long to get this land. You are not recognizes the tribe by the federal government if you had been that would have given you certain benefits, but you've fought against that recognition. In particular around this deal. Can you explain why, yes reason. Why is that if you were recognized tribe if we were recognized tried by the federal government This land would become property of the United States government via the Department of Interior went on the lam, and then they would give it back to us as a trust, but we would never have actual complete ownership. That was a big problem for us, and you just didn't trust the federal government just to be a good steward. When we were taken from our land. Our language was taken from us. We were separated from our wives and our Children are the grandchildren. Families were separated, put in different missions because there were over three missions in this area. So they're home. Motive was to be able to separate these families break our cultures and our traditions and basically convert us from he even to humans is what they said. And without you know, many of our people died off from disease from small parks. We just didn't have the immunity somebody within 5 to 10 years. Pretty much. Most of our people were gone, only handful remained. So under the governor and under the state of California and acting as a nonprofit, we are able to, you know, get this land and get it back in our name, and this land's forever preserved forever ours. No, We're not developing the land. Anyway, We're not building a casino. We are just like I said, not into the federal recognition because of the things that come along with it..

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US Senate candidate Kobach reports 4 guns stolen from truck

Rush Limbaugh

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

US Senate candidate Kobach reports 4 guns stolen from truck

"U. S. Senate candidate and former Kansas secretary of state Kris Kobach says he had four guns a stolen from his pick up truck was parked in a downtown Wichita hotel police got a call from Kobach late Saturday morning from the hotel parking garage someone had broken into the pick up overnight taking a rifle two shotguns and a handgun a spokeswoman for Kobach's campaign says he was in Wichita for campaign event had the long guns with him for a scheduled shooting event campaign spokeswoman also said that Kobach also always has at least one firearm with him for

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Kansas Republican Wagle drops out of Senate race after conversations with GOP leaders

Steve and Ted

00:35 sec | 5 months ago

Kansas Republican Wagle drops out of Senate race after conversations with GOP leaders

"Kansas Senate president Susan Wagle of Wichita says she will not seek election to the U. S. Senate Weigle says personal and political trials in the last year and her concern that a divisive Republican primary could give the seat to a Democrat prompted her decision not to run the announcement leaves U. S. representative Roger Marshall of western Kansas and former secretary of state Kris Kobach as the main GOP rivals for the nomination Weigle cited the difficulty raising campaign funds her fight with democratic governor Laura Kelly over the state's response to the corona virus pandemic and her daughter's death as factors in her

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Kris Kobach files paperwork to run for Senate in Kansas

Mark Levin

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Kris Kobach files paperwork to run for Senate in Kansas

"Kris Kobach nationally known as an advocate of tough immigration policies and a vocal supporter of president trump wants to campaign today for the US Senate in Kansas amid tepid support from some Republicans voiced concern that his recent loss of the governor's race could threaten the party's Senate Majority Kobach filed paperwork with the Federal Election Commission creating a campaign committee for a run at the Republican nomination next year he is seeking the seat held by four term GOP senator Pat Roberts who is not running for reelection a spokesman for the national Republican senatorial committee the political arm of the Senate GOP made clear that the group opposes call box candidacy Kobach last year ran for Kansas governor and lost to Democrat Laura Kelly the committee is trying to strategize as Republicans defend their fifty three forty seven a majority in the U. S. Senate in next year's

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"kris kobach" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"kris kobach" Discussed on Latino USA

"The only person who appears to have really benefited from this. This is Chris Kobe. We have traced back all of the money that these cities directly paid Chris Khobar as low as a lawyer. So over a decade, we know that he made at least eight hundred thousand dollars. So if you think now about you know, that strategy earlier to what's happening in the United States right now, what is what is the larger narrative that you see that's at play here in this moment in United States when we have Donald Trump in the White House and directing kind of particular perspective on policies regarding immigration. You know, I I think that prior to Trump getting elected and prior to Trump being as hard line on immigration as he has been it was really easy to dismiss people like Chris co Bach. But now does elements of the Republican party are leading the country, and he has a much more impactful voice than he. Otherwise would. I think that we can learn from what he has told us he believes in. In. And now that he is potentially going to become governor of the state of Kansas, which will put him on an even higher platform. And he has as he has said multiple times during the course of the campaign a direct line to the president of the United States who listens to him. I think that that's really concerning for a lot of people. I think that it is a sign that radical elements of our country have sort of taken a much larger role, and we can no longer dismiss them. Jessica, thank you so much for all of your reporting for joining us on the USA. Thanks so much Matvey Niagara shit. Jessica who's men is a journalist at propublica who covers national politics and civil rights. We did reach out to the Chris Kobuk campaign for comment on the allegations in the propublica investigation, but we didn't hear back Kobo told propublica, quote, I believe in these cities and these ordinances and what they're doing. And so if there was some way, I could help them I. This episode was produced by my equity and edited by Marlin Bishop the let the USA team include Megan must see us. So if you have police a car on yesterday, he'll Maggie freeling Genesee. I'm got then see or give you though with help from on. That charity. Our engineer is definitely the boat. Additional engineering this week by Rebecca wineman. Our production manager is done yet. Folks, are fellows are between Onoda and Jesse Elliott hundred contro our interns are modem and Kobi's Johnson. Our theme music was composed by B knows. If you like the music you heard on this episode stopped by let the USA dot org. Checkout our weekly Spotify play this. I'm your host and executive producer might gain close. Join us again on our next episode. And in the meantime, look for us on all of your social media. Also, you there s an epilepsy map Joan. This episode of NPR's Latino USA was made possible with support from the Rockefeller brothers fund wine coat foundation and the Ford Foundation working with visionaries on the frontlines of social change worldwide. I am from the south. And so every few weeks, I get really home. So it can make something like fairy southern to each and my most recent endeavor was like a full Texas brisket. And it was excellent. Yeah. I'm Jana next time on Keanu USA Alexandria, August you to this stunned the Democratic Party by winning big in queens as a twenty eight year old college graduate bartender. I don't seem to be a provocateur. It's just the truth is provocative. We get to know the woman behind one of the biggest political upsets of the year. That's next time on the USA. More than twenty years. That's how long Olympic gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar abused.

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"kris kobach" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"kris kobach" Discussed on Latino USA

"Khobar was involved with drafting Arizona's infamous SB ten seventy better known as the show me your papers law as well as a similar law in Alabama co box resume also includes helping to craft and defend anti immigrant ordinances for number of towns across the country. An investigation co published by Republicans and the Kansas City star found that Kobe made a lot of money doing this. But the towns that hired him often didn't fare so. Well. I'm joined by propublica. Journalists Jessica whose men to talk about her investigation. So where did your kind of interest in Chris co Bach where did your interest begin? I started covering elections right before the two thousand sixteen election, and he was sort of a minor player in the two thousand sixteen election, and that he was one of those people that talked a lot about voter fraud. But he wasn't that big of a deal. And then as soon as he became the Commissioner for Trump's voter fraud commission. I started paying very close attention to him. President Trump launching a new commission on election integrity, the move coming after President Trump raise questions about why spread voter fraud in the two thousand sixteen election. He is a person that just has very extreme ideas about the way voting should work who should be able to vote and the way that administrator should go about securing the vote, and so that Trump was putting him in charge of the voter fraud. The commission was very indicative of the direction of that commission. We do know that there's a very large number, and it'll be impossible to ever know what the exact number is of non-citizen millions. Right. I think it probably was. A million. I realized that the vast majority of his views on boating's stem from his views on immigration, as you know. I've been fighting this tough, he'll he'll immigration in cities and states across the country. It's a no brainer. If you really want to create jobs for Americans we need to start aggressively enforcing our immigration laws and looking after our own citizens. I if you look at the DACA amnesty, people talking about is if this is an amnesty for some kids. Now, the average age of twenty four these are illegal aliens in their twenties and thirties Ville, we would be legalizing almost a million of them to compete against our kids. So tell us a little bit about crisco Bach and his background like where is it that he starts getting these hardline views on immigration. You know, it's it's kind of hard to nail down. He has given a couple of different answers to this question. Most recently he has said that his strong stance on immigration came from understanding that the people who carried out nine eleven we're in the country on visas that maybe they shouldn't have had nineteen individuals all aliens Alva came in legally, but then five of the nineteen became illegal. Chris Khobar grew up in Topeka. He was valedictorian of his high school class and went to Harvard, then he went to Yale for law school, and he also has a PHD from Oxford Susan, very educated, man. And while he was at Harvard. He studied under a professor who had very extreme ideas on democracy. I'm going to take awhile guest and say that that professor Samuel hunting. Genton? It is Samuel Huntington who I interviewed did you? Yes. So then I mean, you know, what has these are? He thinks that I think he calls it the Latino ization of America. And he says that that's going to lead to a downfall of American culture. And that person was crisco box mentor at Harvard. And so he has never said that this person shaped his views particularly radically these number claimed that but they track pretty closely with the work that he did at Harvard under this professor. So how does it happen when you're looking into the background of crisco Bach that you start making some connections around anti immigrant? Fear radical issues, and Chris Kobuk actually making money off of some of the policies that he ends up basically creating supporting right? So his first real job with government was after George W Bush got elected he chew and the department of Justice and what he did for the department of. Justice was create a system that tracked Muslim men of a certain age. You mean this was the the Muslim registry. That was crisco Baku created this. Yeah, he was very involved in creating Matt and getting it off the ground..

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Kris Kobach Says He'll Recuse Himself From Vote Count in Kansas GOP Primary

This Morning with Gordon Deal

01:34 min | 2 years ago

Kris Kobach Says He'll Recuse Himself From Vote Count in Kansas GOP Primary

"Kansas GOP secretary of state Chris Quebec is, recusing himself from overseeing the undecided gubernatorial primary race between himself and incumbent governor Jeff Collier discrepancies have turned up between unofficial results from the county and, the state balloting Kobe on CNN so you're literally communicating vote tallies by phone and people are typing them in

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"kris kobach" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"kris kobach" Discussed on KNSS

"News now I'm jed chambers police standoff. Ended with the suspect injuring himself it began around. One Thursday afternoon, in the area fourteenth in Rochester, near north high school police said a. Man had threatened to hurt himself his former girlfriend and four children with a gun officers were able to get, the woman and children to safety which police officer Charlie Davidson said at a news briefing that swat was called in to. Assist the department with the standoff the man ended up injuring himself and he was taken to. An area hospital in serious, condition. Dan O'Neill Cayenne s news Kansas secretary of St. crisco box says he will remove himself from the further counting of votes in his tight Republican. Primary race, with governor Jeff Collier he said Thursday. That the move will be symbolic adding that counties do the work of counting ballots Kobuk leads. Co your by one hundred twenty one votes minuscule number compared with the three hundred and, eleven thousand ballots cast in Tuesday's election. County officials have yet to count some Ballots. Go your demanded Thursday that Kobe stop advising county. Election officials Kobuk told host Lou Dobbs on his, FOX business show that he would consider. Removing himself to make coal your feel good later facing some questions from CNN host Chris Cuomo Kobuk said call, your wants him to remove from further counting quote so I will a man who owed about four hundred thousand dollars in. Taxes who was convicted of shooting and wounding Wichita tax agent has been sentenced to nearly fourteen. Years in prison television station k.. W. c. h. reporting Ricky worst sentenced Thursday he was found guilty in June of attempted first degree murder for shooting Courtney Holloway five times at. A Kansas, department of revenue office in Wichita in. September of two thousand seventeen that shooting happened the same day that Holloway served attacks warrant at. Wirth's home emotional testimony in day one of the trial of two men who took plea deals after being charged in the deaths of Thirty six, people in the so-called ghost ship fire in Oakland California the fire took place in a warehouse illegally converted into an entertainment venue Terry Ewing was a, friend of one of those who died he. Is among those who packed the courtroom who believed that the two are getting off.

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"kris kobach" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"kris kobach" Discussed on WDRC

"States Settled primary. Election has prompted, the governor. Of Kansas to ask his political opponent to stop advising those overseeing. The process Jeff Collier says GOP opponent. Chris back could be unduly influencing the process and should. Stop advising election officials has Kansas secretary of state part of Quebec's role is to oversee the voting process the back. Seeking the GOP nomination for governor and currently leads the incumbent call your by less than two hundred votes Collier's leery about any access co back might have to. Individual ballots that are mailed in in a letter governor, call suggests passing oversight to the state's attorney general he's. Even set up a hotline that call your says has reported problems with the election Grenell Scott Fox, News the professional golfers association coming under attack by ransomware ahead of a major tournament according to golf week the PJ of America's. Trying to regain control of computer servers that have kept officials from accessing files for the PGA championship The magazine reporting that staff members. Discovered their systems or. Compromised on. Tuesday when attempts to access files generated a message that the network had been hacked and any attempt to break. Encryption could cause, files to. Be lost included in the message a bitcoin wallet number among the. Files at risk promotional banners and logos. Used for digital and print communications for the PGA championship. As well as on digital signage around l. read country club in Saint Louis Matt Napolitano Fox News remnants of a. Native American Ford in several thousand artifacts founded a railroad bridge construction site in Norwalk Connecticut department of transportation officials say the Ford and artifacts some believed to be. More than three thousand years old were discovered near the, walk rage a commuter rail bridge that's over one hundred. Years old is scheduled to be replaced they were found during an archaeological survey experts believe the fort, was used for trade between native Americans and Dutch settlers.

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Mnuchin says Trump putting trade war with China ‘on hold’

The Kris Kobach Show

02:02 min | 2 years ago

Mnuchin says Trump putting trade war with China ‘on hold’

"Daybreak asia it is eight thirty am here in singapore on juliet sally and brian kurdish training underway in tokyo sydney and seoul we've got an hour to go before hong kong and shanghai get started the asia pacific regional index showing some losses this morning but down about a quarter of one percent juliet well sucks in japan fairly flat than a catch twenty two thousand nine hundred fifty five points but us stock index futures are higher after the trump administration and china cold an economic truce bloomberg's nathan hager has more from washington treasury secretary steven mnuchin appeared on fox news sunday we have agreed to put the tariffs on hold while we try to execute the framework in which she says china will decrease tariffs and substantially increased purchases of us goods and services white house economic adviser larry cudlow tells abc's this week commerce secretary wilbur ross gone china is going to be looking into a number of areas where we're going to have greatly significant increases in washington i'm nathan hager bloomberg daybreak asia in china state media put a positive spin on the talks as well an editorial in the global times said that the united states will be able to narrow its trade deficit it also said china can ensure a steady supply of goods that it needs to develop and improve people's lives the commentary in the xinhua news agency said that the art of the deal lies in mutual understanding and compromise the peace says any onesided transaction at the cost of the other party is doomed to fail while when when that kind of cooperation brings success well it tesla ceo elon musk is revealed at the specs on two new versions of the model three there's a performance vision and less expensive joel markel rather all wheel drive option both will have a three hundred and ten mile range the model three is intended to be the company's first highvolume vehicle bash production has been hit by delays on sunday must treated that deliveries will begin in july microsoft has reportedly secured a potentially lucrative agreement with the us government.

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"kris kobach" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio

KCMO Talk Radio

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"kris kobach" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio

"On your house whether you're federal candidate or not and another typical example our divorce attorneys you probably be getting divorced whether you're a federal candidate or not and so it it is a long standing practice that you can't use campaign funds you know to make your divorce go better obviously what rudy giuliani is saying is that the no campaign funds were involved that this retainer did not amount to campaign funds and while there are certainly limits on what michael cohen or any other individual can give to a candidate are there limits on what the candidate can give to the candidate the candidate can give an unlimited amount of money to his campaign that was one of the holdings of buckley versus vallejo which is the nineteen seventy six case where the supreme court lays out what's legal and what's not legal in campaign finance that's the case that is commonly misconstrued is saying that money is speech bill that is the is how it's generally generally stated but i'm simply saying that if this was donald trump's money all along and a retainer to an attorney not money donated to a campaign other words from trump to this retainer and from the retainer straight to stormy daniels at no point it would seem that it ever actually crossed into the realm of campaign contribution as such perhaps but i guess i would reiterate that we don't know where this money came from we've we've heard a number of explanations over the last couple of months about michael cohen take out a loan against his house to get the money to pave the adult actress now the claim is that it came from trump himself through a retainer agreement that could well be true but at this point i feel like quoting ronald reagan trust but verify if that's the case where's the retainer agreement and let's make sure that it had been created not yesterday for example in terms of the the muller investigation of what does this have to do with the russian collusion with the trump campaign that that's a rhetorical question but of course has been pursuing anything he can find that will stick against the wall yes so.

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"kris kobach" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio

KCMO Talk Radio

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"kris kobach" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio

"Yeah kenny rogers and a poignant tale but certainly one illustrative of many aspects of the quote gambling life i've never known a professional gambler but they do exist i've known some who were pretty good i know some in public life who have done all right at the gaming tables but i'm just curious how you feel about this do you have a moral objection to the notion that i'm talking about here and expansion of publicly sanctioned gambling i don't consider it to be a worthwhile activity but if you derive enjoyment from it that is to say that they form of recreation for you and you treat it as such i mean if you were to spend say twenty percent of your income on movie tickets that'd be a lot a lot of movie tickets but if you did that that would be a responsible and if you spent say twenty percent of your income on gambling that would be a responsible also and if you think there's any difference in terms of of the the the money that you're spending here i mean we don't spend money going to the movies under the thoughts that every every twentieth ticket we buy the movies they're going to give us fifty bucks a there are people i know think they'll win at gambling if you really quote gambling no you're not going to the game of skill well you'd better be pretty good too tom who calls in from midland south carolina hello tom hello been a long time since i called your program it's kinda nice get back in touch with you glad you joined us all right your idea about affect advertising on buses and police cars and all i don't like it because it's a competition with some other advertising agent that is not involved with government how come from libertarian background dropped out because a lunatic fringe has gotten control of them they want open borders now we all citizens of the world i think they've lost their minds but i have an idea to get us out of this trouble and of.

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Hero customer rushes Waffle House killer and rips away his assault-style rifle

The Kris Kobach Show

01:10 min | 2 years ago

Hero customer rushes Waffle House killer and rips away his assault-style rifle

"Remove any leans the they're looking for the suspect praising a man who stopped the rampage in telling us about the victims of this morning shootings at a waffle house new nashville that claimed four lives all of the victims are in their twenty taurean sandra lynn joe perez akilah silva and nursing twenty one year old woman from gallatin tennessee authorities are still working on notifying her family that she passed away in the shooting correspondent diane gallagher in nashville for twenty twenty nine year old suspect travis ranking remains at large the man who tackled the suspect inside the waffle house is being praised as a hero but james shaw junior says he was just trying to save himself it will be a busy week at the white house president trump welcomes french president mccrone tomorrow and hosts a state dinner for him tuesday on friday german chancellor angela merkel will visit the oval office and on friday elsewhere the presidents of north and south korea meet for the first time which might pave the way for a us north korea summit i'm richard johnson that is now over twenty trillion dollars what happens next rising inflation drops in the dollar's value some experts say another crashes coming you can fight this.

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"kris kobach" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio

KCMO Talk Radio

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"kris kobach" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio

"Eight six six five zero five four six two six president trump and the first lady are paying tribute to barbara bush the president tweeting that the trump's joined the nation and celebrating barbara bush and her as an advocate of the american family and says that she will be long remembered for her strong devotion to country and family both of which he served on failing lead well the trumps were also praising mrs bush for recognizing the importance of literacy as a fundamental family value that requires nurturing and protection in a separate statement melania trump is offering our heartfelt condolences and prayers to the bush family and a former president george w bush says that he is a deeply saddened by the death of his mother but he says the families souls were settled now because we know hers was and president george w bush called his mom a fabulous first lady and a woman unlike any other who brought levity love literacy to millions he says his mom kept us on our toes and kept us laughing until the end one eight six six five zero jimbo as we talk to john and champagne illinois hello john all right just wanted to share a little one on one i had with barbara bush about eight years ago we were out in kennebunkport for a wedding of a close family friend in then they have to leave that particular day to ask the wedding to return home so got up early.

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"kris kobach" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"kris kobach" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Twenty twentyfive agrees of bank this went over to forty one degrees some wall says it's still unclear how a window blew out of the plane leading to the death of a passenger a judge will decide this morning whether to dismiss a criminal case against missouri governor eric writings as saint louis public radio's jason rosenbaum reports a favorable outcome will not necessarily save the gop governor's political stock grains is awaiting trial for taking a semi nude photo of a woman he had an affair with without her consent but a judge manned up throwing out the case because an investigator apparently made false statements during a deposition even if the case is tossed grinds political career is in trouble republicans like representative nate walker want grinds to resign i believed in the man i thought he was a man of integrity but now i really know that he's a phony and he shouldn't be in office grains has also been accused of a legally obtaining a fundraising list from veterans charity the governor's refused calls to step aside republicans who control missouri's legislature could vote to impeach him for npr news i'm jason rosenbaum saint louis a federal judges found kansas secretary of state chris copa in contempt of court judge julian robinson says copa disobeyed her order not to enforce the dispute it kansas law requiring proof of citizenship when registering to vote while the issue remains in court spokeswoman four co box at the ruling will be appealed this is npr news.

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Alexander, Miami and Ashleigh Barty discussed on The Kris Kobach Show

The Kris Kobach Show

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Alexander, Miami and Ashleigh Barty discussed on The Kris Kobach Show

"National championship while fans enjoy the sights and sounds of san antonio band festival going on a music festival boat rides and more on the river walk the national championship game tips off tomorrow night american john is ner rallied past alexander's thereof of germany adding a historic first atp world tour masters one thousand crown to his trophy case as he won the miami open and american coco vandeweghe along with australian ashleigh barty captured their first doubles title as a team on easter sunday i'm barbara kusak.

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"kris kobach" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio

KCMO Talk Radio

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"kris kobach" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio

"The actually is something at the south pole right something permanent there's a the america has a permanent tw twelve months a year year base that's that's that people are living there all the time we do scientific ex experiments and scientific studies from the spot so we hold down to the south pole the north pole you can get there now well you wouldn't quite call them cruise ships that'd be pushing it i was on the cruise ship that made the first northwest passage but there are icebreakers that take passengers up to the north north pole so they're reachable now by even us wimps the the duke of of abruzzi so you right here about some of the things he experienced was quote here from to the edges of the earth following the party's returned it took nearly seven weeks to make the polar star seaworthy and free it from the shore is with explosives then is in the main channel through franz josef land archipelago held it up for another two weeks and threatened to trap the expedition for a second winter now of course going back to the nineteen o nine you did at that time of of course have steam power and you you had i guess ships with with the metal hulls right so that there was a certain amount of technology on their side we did have steam power but you couldn't reach any of these places with the amount of coal you could carry so they all had to be mostly they had to have sales and they had to mostly travel by sale they had all filaret steam power that if they got in a bind they could use that but they had to mostly travel by sale because you just couldn't carry enough coal to get to these places as for the duke.

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"kris kobach" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio

KCMO Talk Radio

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"kris kobach" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio

"Various states of the uh put your sleep what they're going for nowadays thank you well ticket to ride the 45 picture sleeve the wreckage worth up about forty dollars the picture sleeve is up about three hundred three hundred fifty dollars off on the butcher cover uh it's gonna make him a difference whether there was ever another cover pasted over the book to cover uh amano copy of the put your cover on the yesterday and today album with no other cover piece stood over it would be up around fifteen hundred dollars uh i've one that had a picture of the beatles standing around the steamer truck pasted over it would be up to about seven hundred and fifty dollars original stereo copy with no picture but the butcher picture would be up to around fifteen thousand dollars oh yeah air one you you sound like you might have had that it what time jim oh man yeah deal deal say he had that one i have i have that one of the in the '70s yeah i have played did yeah i had i had in the past year and had a monolithic though we'll all three of them actually sold uh first marches 25000 gone well all right to our they gaultier one eight six six five oh jimbo this is from cliff in springfield missouri and caller i must ask you first of all do i know you no you don't know me uh raids i'm call lane go ahead the reason i'm calling a little uh trivia robin luke is alive and well here in springfield missouri a wonderful i think he was originally from hawaii wasn't he he was i know he lived in hawaii and the west coast for uh uh back in the day but he is spent a lot of time here in springfield that he worked at the m s shoes university here is lawrence they use the brewers that he's for those though right and uh i was involved to on a charitable board with him over the years them i seem occasionally oh usually at least once or twice a year at some of the meetings to the things that go too well last movie the other drivers on forty two has a copy well actually i i can recall at silent auctions i don't know.

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