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"lee bill" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

05:27 min | 3 weeks ago

"lee bill" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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"lee bill" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:36 min | 3 months ago

"lee bill" Discussed on KQED Radio

"When he wanted to get four judges done for the lower courts in a single day, he proceeded to make it three hours of debate rather than 30, And he did that by simple majority, and they were to change the rules by simple majority. When he wanted to tax cuts for the rich, he changed the rules of a special process called reconciliation to do that, by simple majority. So another words, he has knocked down the filibuster for the Republicans three times to enhance the ability of Republicans to pass bills they favor. Democrats need to stare that straight in the face and say, we should have at least the same determination. To get bills passed for the people as McConnell had to get bills passed for the powerful So are you saying that you would attempt to pass this through reconciliation? Because if I look at this, this does not seem to me to be a budget related piece of legislation, which is what it would need to be order to do that. Well in each of those cases. When I said the rules were changed those those changes man use existing process. But you proceed to change the rules for that existing process. You modify them, And so there's there's various ways that we could modify the requirement on policy bills that require 60 votes to close debate. In order to say Well, we if a majority wants to close debate, we will close debate with the majority. That, of course, was the way the Senate was intended to operate. Our founders had a supermajority requirement. In the Confederation Congress of the Confederation and the therefore they had they were paralyzed. And they said, Basically if they were writing the U. S Constitution, don't do this. They set aside a supermajority on Lee for special things like treaties and a veto override, he said. Don't do it for legislation because it paralyzes the body. And that's what the Senate has become, has become a deep freeze. So for one, your honor, either the architectural vision of our Constitution or the the premise of government of buying for the people. We need to stop Mitch McConnell from being able to paralyze the Senate and causing the minority to control it on the issues that would have would improve the lives. Off people families across this country. I know. The reporters get criticized for focusing on process and not policy, And sometimes that happens for members of Congress and senators as well. But it's so important because process determines what policy can take place. So I guess I'm wondering. Is this a question for you of trying to have some dialogue with some of your GOP colleagues and maybe peel off a voter to or as you seem to be saying Nope. Let's tweak the rules and go straight ahead on a Democrat on Lee Bill here. Well, we would love to have Republican colleagues, but Mitch McConnell has locked down his his caucus. He's made it a just, Ah, test on day and an issue that no member dare confront him on. And so we would need 10 members, so we needed one or two. We might be able to get that. We're not going to get him to get that that filibuster proof majority. Well, yes, That's the point. If we yes, to get to get 60 votes, we would need 10 Republicans to join us. That is just not going to happen. Given the pressure and you can sing from your clip. You can hear how confident McAnally is about. Having locked down his members and that this is his major major theme is to block this. So if we needed 51 52 votes, which is the way the founders.

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"lee bill" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:38 min | 3 months ago

"lee bill" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"When he wanted to get four judges done for the lower courts in a single day, he proceeded to make it three hours of debate rather than 30, And he did that by simple majority, and they were to change the rules by simple majority. When he wanted to tax cuts for the rich, he changed the rules of a special process called reconciliation to do that, by simple majority. So another words, he has knocked down the filibuster for the Republicans three times to enhance the ability of Republicans to pass bills they favor. Democrats need to stare that straight in the face and say, we should have at least the same determination. To get bills passed for the people as McConnell had to get bills passed for the powerful So are you saying that you would attempt to pass this through reconciliation? Because if I look at this, this does not seem to me to be a budget related piece of legislation, which is what it would need to be order to do that. Well in each of those cases. When I said the rules were changed those those changes man use existing process. But you proceed to change the rules for that existing process. You modify them, And so there's there's various ways that we could modify the requirement on policy bills that require 60 votes to close debate. In order to say Well, we if a majority wants to close debate, we will close debate with the majority. That, of course, was the way the Senate was intended to operate our founders at a supermajority requirement. In the Confederation Congress of the Confederation and the therefore they had they were paralyzed. And they said, basically if they were writing the U. S Constitution, don't do this, They said upside a supermajority on Lee for special things like treaties and a veto override. They said, Don't do it for legislation because it paralyzes the body. And that's what the Senate has become, has become a deep freeze. So for one, your honor, either the Architectural vision of our Constitution or the the premise of government of buying for the people. We need to stop Mitch McConnell from being able to paralyze the Senate and causing the minority to control it on the issues that would have would improve the lives off people families across this country. I know the reporters get criticized for focusing on process and not policy, And sometimes that happens for members of Congress and senators as well. But it's so important because process determines what policy can take place. So I guess I'm wondering. Is this a question for you of Trying to have some dialogue with some of your GOP colleagues and maybe peel off a voter to or as you seem to be saying Nope. Let's tweak the rules and go straight ahead on a Democrat on Lee Bill here. Well, we would love to have Republican colleagues, but Mitch McConnell has locked down his his caucus. He's made it a just, Ah, test on day and an issue that no member dare confront him on. And so we would need 10 members, so we needed one or two. We might be able to get that. We're not going to get you have to get that that filibuster proof majority. Well, yes, That's the point. Well, yes to get to get 60 votes. We would need 10 Republicans to join us. That is just not going to happen. Given the pressure and you can sing from your clip. You can hear how confident McConnell is about having locked down his members and that this is his majored. Major. Same is to block this. So, um, if we needed 51 52 votes, which is the way the founders envisioned our Constitution,.

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"lee bill" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:47 min | 4 months ago

"lee bill" Discussed on WGN Radio

"All right, let's go out to Wrigleyville and checking with Joe Spagnoli. He's the owner of Galaxies. And I know it's exciting day for you and all of regular Greg Lee Bill today, Joe, How's it going in? Understatement? What a relief. It is to be back open after being closed for 54 weeks. Now, I believe Yeah. How about that? So I was saying that open opening day takes on a new meaning for you? Because coded shut you down for that long, right? Yeah, We're calling it re opening day. Actually, it's the first day we've been open. Since we closed when the pandemic started. And what a great relief it is to see a lot of old customers and great friends, Joe, you sound so emotional. That's awesome. I'm just so happy for you and all the folks there in Wrigleyville, where you one of the only ones to shut down this entire time, or did you notice other business owners made that decision too? Well, she was like, there was a lot of people shut down a lot of people that obviously weren't you know, able to even reopened. But it is definitely an emotional day for us because I'm not employees. They have been working for us for 30, plus years that really need this job and rely on it. I'll tell you it's great to have everybody back. These. These truly are my family, not just not just our staff, but our customers. They're they're our family. Yeah, I hear you on that and then I know I know that it does feel like that. I've heard that from other business owners to this is it's obviously been a rough year, but there are better times ahead and you've got to be excited that the fans are back at least stick the level they are, and there's hopes that that could increase as the season progresses. To got to be happy about that way. Obviously. Obviously, we needed to increase otherwise. I mean, our original business plan wouldn't be, you know that operate at this low capacity, but as long as everybody stays healthy. That's the important thing at the end of the day, But we still need the numbers to keep paying the bills because nothing else has gone down like our capacity, and we don't want our sales to drop, obviously, because we need that income, especially on the 80 plus states. The Cubs play And you try and take care of your employees. So that's an emerald will thing too, so people should support you. Come on out. It's Yeah, CSI. I mean, you've been there for forever, but what's to tell us your address, so people can just kind of refreshed their memories. We're 37 10, North Clark Street Corner. Clark and Waveland. One door Norse off away. One been here. 30 thistles are 32nd season here, so plan on 32 more have got both my daughters involved in the business. And you know we don't plan on going anywhere, so we're not gonna let a little bug stop us. No, no, no. No. Where are you right now, Joe, Because I'm sure it's a lot noisier than it sounds. Are you in a closet somewhere or something? That's funny. You say that I'm actually in the kitchen office with the door closed, So I'm in my kitchen manager's office. Third is quiet, so it's kind of like it's kind of like a closet. But we did a little bit more room than that great acoustics. Though, Joe and a perfect choice for this interview, I was so happy you did that, and I just wish you the best of luck for the for the future and success. Beyond 30 years ahead, and you know just awesome. What you're doing over there. Go Cubs. Thank you guys to reach out and going into what? It gives me goose spots knowing that there's a lot of other people thinking about Yock, Seize out there. Well, we are. We are gonna have a good one. Okay? Enjoy the rest the opening day and thank you for making time. That is Joe Spagnoli. Of the axes over there on Clark Street, Wrigleyville. So you just heard from him? Go over there and say Hello, Joe. It's bottom of the hour. So let's get to the news from the North Western Medicine newsroom here on WGN. We've moved up a little bit. 33 degrees now had 1 30. Good afternoon. I'm Steve Ruxton. Mix of joy and work this afternoon fans in the stands.

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"lee bill" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

03:20 min | 6 months ago

"lee bill" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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"lee bill" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:40 min | 6 months ago

"lee bill" Discussed on KOMO

"Single solitary day. And they see the pain. The National Post recovered relief comes as the administration has failed to get Republican support on Capitol Hill for the plan due to its high price tag. Cedric Richmond, a White House senior adviser, telling CNN, there is bipartisan support outside Washington. We have many Republican mayors. We have Republican governors, There's just one Place that we don't have anybody who has signed on yet, and that's in the United States Congress. But the clock is ticking on the plan, which includes $1400 stimulus checks for many Americans, funding for schools and billions of dollars in aid for state and local governments, if a month from now As unemployment checks are at the verge of stopping for 10 million Americans. We can proceed with a Democrat on Lee Bill. A recent ABC News if CeCe Poll finds biting with widespread support for his covert 19 response, But less than half of America's 49% support Congress, passing the biting bill with a party line vote while negotiations continue the administration also tackling the virus head on. Today, it'll open the first federally managed mass vaccination sites in hard hit, California officials there say the Los Angeles site will eventually be able to vaccinate up to 6000 people a day. This area here is one of the hardest hit areas from the cove in 19, and so we want to sit up here and later on today, Biden will take questions in Wisconsin about that covert relief plan and then on Thursday You had over to Michigan, where he would tour of Fizer Vaccine facility. Faith of Liu Bei. ABC NEWS Washington The World Health Organization is giving the green lights to AstraZeneca and Oxford University's covert 19 vaccine for emergency use..

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Dallas-Based SMU Presidential Historian Says Better For Nation If Trump Attends Biden Inauguration

Rick Roberts

00:31 sec | 7 months ago

Dallas-Based SMU Presidential Historian Says Better For Nation If Trump Attends Biden Inauguration

"To President Donald Trump's decision not to attend President elect Joe Biden's upcoming inauguration January 20th Jeffrey Angle is the director of the Center for Presidential History at S M u and says the last president not to go to his successors. Inauguration was Andrew Johnson and 18 59 3 presidents to have been impeached, refused to attend their successors Inauguration on Lee Bill Clinton was able to show up Martin Van Buren, John Adams and John Adams son John Quincy Adams for the only other presidents who sat out their successors inaugurations. Tex

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"lee bill" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:30 min | 8 months ago

"lee bill" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A day after Christmas, millions of Americans will lose pandemic unemployment benefits. Congress is now trying to strike a deal to extend that aid. The starting point is a $908 billion proposal being pushed by a bipartisan group of lawmakers. It does not include the $1200 checks the direct payments that millions of Americans got under the cares act. It would prop up the paycheck protection program and extend unemployment insurance. The plan also has Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell talking again for the first time in weeks about a compromise. President. Trump has not explicitly back to the $900 billion proposal, but said Thursday he'll support whatever deal comes out of those talks. Bill Cassidy is one of the lawmakers who worked on the bipartisan framework. He's a Republican senator from Louisiana. Senator Cassidy. Thank you for joining us. Thank you for having me. So I want to talk about some of the differences in the bipartisan proposal from what we've seen elsewhere on the hill. Um, compared to what the bill that Senator McConnell, the majority leader, supports your framework has money for states and local governments. His does not, and he's called that money, a blue state bailout. What's your response to that couple things. We have provisions to keep it from being used for pension funds shortfalls. I think that was the concern. But secondly, if you look at the projections for state revenues in the coming fiscal year that is neither blue nor read. It is both colors. S O. Texas, for example, is one of the states that wood is projected to have the greatest impact. Louisiana per capita is gonna have one of the greater impact. So so so much. Alaska, North Dakota. So I think going forward. It would be very hard to call this a blue state bailout. I think it was. Thank you still hear that line of criticism from Republicans, not just McConnell. And what are you saying? Tonto? It couple things the soul of education is repetition. And so, of course, people have some preconceived notions. But you just have to again push back upon that. In fact, one person who was opposed mentioned that heard from a lot of small town mayors and this kind of moved this particular senator towards support, and by the way, I would also say that there's a broader support in the Republican Senate. Even including this provision because of the other provisions, which are seen essential. It is also recognized that the on Lee Bill that will pass is a bipartisan bill. When you have a bipartisan bill, there's always some things that maybe you wouldn't write. If you're writing by yourself, but because you wanted to pass you included. People recognize that as well. I want to push on that issue just a little bit more because McConnell has been talking about stimulus somewhere in the ballpark of $500 billion for months, he's stuck to that number. Meanwhile, Democratic leaders House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, the Senate minority leader, Chuck Schumer, have said Look, we'll, we'll settle for a lower amount of money than They've been hoping for in order to back this deal. This framework that you've drawn up. Is it time for McConnell Tow give a little bit too well, McConnell said in his comments recently, something along the lines that we want a bill, which is Pat, which can pass which could be signed into law in effect, not a messaging bill. Arguably the €2.2 Trillion Act. In fact, entirely, that was a messaging bill. There's nothing bipartisan about it was a wish list. You can argue that the McConnell bill initially the skinny target, the package was entirely a messaging bill. It was not bipartisan were the on Lee bipartisan and bipartisan in both the House and the Senate builder is So Mitch McConnell says that he wants a bill which can pass. He's really talking about a bill such as ours. And in your introduction you mentioned that trumpet not supported. Trump actually said yesterday that he was supported $908 billion bill. Now you backed off a little bit later, he said he would support a $908 billion bill. And so I actually think that we're now getting support from the president on this. And where you if those are good signals to you very good signals E. I would call the mixed signals, but it sounds like you see it as a positive. You know, you don't suddenly go from light to dark in politics by flipping on a switch. You go where people's attitudes evolve, adjust to new reality and are influenced by the attitudes of others. That's where emerging to so eventually, um, you know, ST Paul says, seeing through a dark through a glass darkly the shadows behind the glass, but gradually that becomes clearer. At the end of the month. There are many citizens who will see whatever little relief they've gotten from their states from the federal government run out. What's your message to them? Since they're not included in this package? I think there are including the fact that what makes you say that they're not. We have unemployment benefits that will continue for four more months. We have pray, roll protection plan that will go to the employers. Recall a condition of receiving that released a strong carrot embedded in it is to keep people employed. We're gonna have food really, with this many people unemployed, right that that's not helpful to them. I'm not sure I follow them. There's not like a direct stimulus payment. If you get $300 a week, supplemental unemployment insurance that's pretty direct to me. I'm not quite sure we may just disagree on the term direct..

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"lee bill" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:28 min | 8 months ago

"lee bill" Discussed on KCRW

"A day after Christmas, millions of Americans will lose pandemic unemployment benefits. Congress is now trying to strike a deal to extend that aid. The starting point is a $908 billion proposal being pushed by a bipartisan group of lawmakers. It does not include the $1200 checks the direct payments that millions of Americans got under the cares act. It would prop up the paycheck protection program and extend unemployment insurance. The plan also has Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell talking again for the first time in weeks about a compromise. President. Trump has not explicitly backed the $900 billion proposal, but said Thursday he'll support whatever deal comes out of those talks. Bill Cassidy is one of the lawmakers who worked on the bipartisan framework. He's a Republican senator from Louisiana. Senator Cassidy. Thank you for joining us. Thank you for having me. So I want to talk about some of the differences in the bipartisan proposal from what we've seen elsewhere on the hill. Um, compared to what the bill that Senator McConnell, the majority leader, supports your framework has money for states and local governments. His does not, and he's called that money, a blue state bailout. What's your response to that couple things. We have provisions to keep it from being used for pension funds shortfalls. I think that was the concern. But secondly, if you look at the projections for state revenues in the coming fiscal year that is neither blue nor read. It is both colors. S O. Texas, for example, is one of the states that wood is projected to have the greatest impact. Louisiana per capita is gonna have one of the greater impact. So so So might Alaska, North Dakota. So I think going forward. It would be very hard to call this a blue state bailout. I think it was. Thank you still hear that line of criticism from Republicans, not just McConnell. And what are you saying? Tonto? It couple things. The soul of education is repetition. And so of course, people have some preconceived notions, but you just have to again push back upon that. In fact, one person who was opposed mentioned that heard from a lot of small town mayors and this kind of moved this particular senator towards support, and by the way, I would also say that there is a broader support in the Republican Senate, even including this provision because of the other provisions, which are seen essential. It is also recognized that the on Lee Bill that will pass is a bipartisan bill. When you have a bipartisan bill, there's always some things that maybe you wouldn't write. If you're writing by yourself, but because you wanted to pass you included. People recognize that as well. I want to push on that issue just a little bit more because McConnell has been talking about stimulus somewhere in the ballpark of $500 billion for months, hey, stuck to that number. Meanwhile, Democratic leaders House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, the Senate minority leader, Chuck Schumer, have said Look, we'll, we'll settle for a lower amount of money than then. They've been hoping for in order to back this deal. This framework that you've drawn up. Is it time for McConnell Tow give a little bit too well, McConnell said in his comments recently, something along the lines that we want a bill, which is Pat, which can pass which could be signed into law in effect, not a messaging bill. Arguably the €2.2 Trillion Act. In fact, entirely, that was a messaging bill. There's nothing bipartisan about it was a wish list. You can argue that the McConnell bill initially the skinny target, the package was entirely a messaging bill. It was not bipartisan were the on Lee bipartisan and bipartisan in both the House and the Senate bill. There is So in Mitch McConnell says that he wants a bill which can pass. He's really talking about a bill such as ours. And in your introduction you mentioned that Trump had not supported. Trump actually said yesterday that he was supported $908 billion bill. Now you backed off a little bit later, he said he would support a $908 billion bill. And so I actually think that we're not getting support from the president on this. And what if those are good signals to you? Very good, E. I would call the mixed signals, but it sounds like you see it as a positive. You know, you don't suddenly go from light to dark in politics by flipping on a switch, you go where people's attitudes evolve. Adjust to new reality and are influenced by the attitudes of others. That's where emerging to so eventually, um, you know, ST Paul says, seeing through a dark through a glass darkly in the shadows behind the glass, but gradually that becomes clearer. At the end of the month. There are many citizens who will see whatever little relief they've gotten from their states from the federal government run out. What's your message to them? Since they're not included in this package? I think there are included in the package. What makes you say that? They're not? We have unemployment benefits that will continue for four more months. We have prayer roll protection plan that will go to the employers recall a condition of receiving that released a strong carrot embedded in it is to keep people employed. We're gonna have food Really, with this many people unemployed, right that that's not helpful to them. I'm not sure I follow them. There's not like a direct stimulus payment. If you get $300 a week, supplemental unemployment insurance that's pretty direct to me. I'm not quite sure we may just disagree on the term direct. So right now you're your message to citizens is that they're getting the support they need from the federal government will define you Have a couple terms in there that are majority of, um you know, kind of a federal government or support as in the support they need. I see the phone was going to be somebody who wants more support. And so it almost inbreds in this cynicism into the into the statement. I'm just I'm just just as I perceive it. Let me just say that. Thank you. Clarifying. We're doing our best. To bring relief to the people who most need it. In the meantime, when do you think what what should we be listening for? In terms of an agreement being reached well shoots the timing you're hoping for. Yes, so obviously we have wounded time and it's possible. This would be included in a year and spending deal and it certainly is still not a done deal. We're still working so hard on it. Most importantly, we have both senators on House representatives who are Democrats and Republicans, both supporting and critical masses of both. We think And and boy just keep your fingers crossed. And if you believe in prayer, say a prayer That's Louisiana. Senator Bill Cassidy. Republican. Thank you so much for speaking with us. Hey, thank you. I enjoyed the interview. Tensions between Australia and China took a turn for the worst. This week it started on Twitter, A spokesman for China's Foreign Ministry tweeted a fabricated image of an Australian soldier with a knife to the throat of an Afghan child. NPR's John Ruit reports on how and why relations between the two Asia Pacific powers soured. The tweet was from Jolly Jin, a Foreign ministry spokesman known for being provocative. The image in his tweet was a reference to the devastating findings of Australia's recent inquiry into killings by its elite soldiers in Afghanistan. Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison demanded an apology from Beijing. It is deeply offensive. The Chinese government..

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"lee bill" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"lee bill" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"You didn't drive you're still a dumb ass for showing up to court like at a point two eight or whatever the hell he was on. He was super drunk by the time they tested. Oh yeah by the time. He tested him. He was superdrug. Yeah over four hour over your life job afterwards. Yeah you're gonNA drink drink just a little bit. That's a really scary thing is like a bartender though is because like I have read news reports of where they are charging Barton with having. And it's like how do I know when they've taken a medication before Graham Shaw or a real thing and they are a real nuisance sometimes I get it. I mean the guy that I served at flake he was. He was in the middle of an intersection. What they're going to look at the footage they're gonNA say who you know. Who else can corroborate your story. Who else who else saw this guy. Just he has yes. It's not easy to prove but yeah I had a guy he's like he's going around. Royal Oak getting kicked out of this nap bar. He was next door. And I didn't know this comes in the bouncers at the door. Carting everybody and so he gets past them and he comes up to me and he orders a Miller. Lite one beer any ordered five. He wasn't slurring or anything five minutes later he's being like he hasn't drank the half the beer and he's just being obnoxious. He already in drunk. He was drunk but he was hiding it pretty well and it was quite sort guy when he ordered his beer. But then you get into a conversation in these drug and he's hammered. The owner comes up freaking out of me and Mike Dude. He was fine five minutes ago. He's he's obviously not find my mic. Oh the only interaction I had with them was. Hey can I get a Miller lite and I gave it to me? I should know decisions you know that could potentially have like super huge repercussion though whenever man you WanNa kick them out of your your bar. He was fine when he ordered Miller. Lives made that's all I serve like. I didn't do anything. Sorry there were a lot of times when I was working to Chicago that I would like some regulars would just get so fucking ways said that I go to my manager and I would be like what he wanted to do but we gotta cut him. Do you work. Or what do you want me to do? Because now wanting the onus on yeah now it's the politics of the bar and what are you GonNa do? Yeah you want me to do because now I can say legally that I thought I asked the manager and the manager said keep serving in covered. Your eyes the right to decide whether or not you want to serve someone either way but you know when it comes to somebody who's like pregnant or something which I had to deal with somebody. I did have grows up to my bar rain and it was like a like a real thing like oh girl where she go. Oh dear okay. It's like a real thing if people are like drug therapy if they're pregnant or something like I still have to serve them like Lee Bill. Here's the thing though like as a bartender you have the right to refuse service to anybody for any reason that you want to. It's a privilege not a right to drink alcohol. So if you see a pregnant girl and you don't feel comfortable serving. You could make up any excuse in the book to not server trying to senator to do it and I like literally. That's what I did. I was like hey I don't feel comfortable. And he turned around later. The drink because of reality She you know she has the right to drink if she wants to. Yeah at that bar that I worked with a guy that I told you about. Like the hooters calcium. Whatever he was such an asshole like he would serve everyone no matter what and I was just like asthma human being. I don't feel comfortable with that. Like that is not what I should be doing. They're falling off their bar. So the guy fall off his barstool and hit his head there. You got again then. The end up in order another drain. No I'm not going to serve you. We've all been there before. Hey speaking of cutting people off. We'VE GOTTA GO. Because time is it was so much fun having you on these of course. Dave Happy Birthday. Thank you appreciate it. Thank you present it. Thanks for tuning in and we'll see you next week..

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"lee bill" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"lee bill" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"I'm GonNa take you in a movie lower but but quo signed a bill that said that Richard Neal could have Donald Trump's New York state taxes yeah in Neil said I don't want them. Why Yeah I know it? I Ha I haven't again has conversations here. I think once I once I mill around more that's going to be the anger. It's because it's Pelosi says she wants trump to lose and everyone here wants trump to lose and there's confusion about what her what her path is because it seems to be as somebody who's looker. Life is making sure that thirty guys in trump disarray elected her life is based around those guys the those districts are actually more conservative than what you need to do in the presidency and also she doesn't seem to be shifting the terms of debate in a way that the new members of the House had been. I mean I I think every of the squad that we talk about IANNA Presley received Lee Bill Maher as Alexander Cortez all pretty different Kamei's. He's the only one who's never served four now. Three of them are here and the fights they have picked up the ideas they have got to discuss. I think it'd been more exciting than what what blows he's done. When Pelosi's Dunston this please he's left? The left demanded five years ago. It was crazy right like fifteen dollars minimum wage vote things like that well. You know you look at someone like Katie Porter who on paper should be one of those Democrats that Nancy Pelosi is worried about. I mean she's in you would know this better than I would but she seems to me to be in a more or less like purple district yes and that a businessman could come running who was like maybe somewhat arm's length from joy from Donald trump but onboard with probably the entire agenda not how rude Donald Trump is and she should be in trouble yet. She's outraged just about every other like how does not why. Why is she so unique in Nancy? Pelosi's mind that that that the recipe for Katie Porter who came out for impeachment doesn't work for the rest of those there's vulnerability Democrats. The thing is a lot of them are raising a ton of money <hes> a lot of the frontline members as they call the majority makers actually have raised a ton of money and then I think I noticed that one of their helicopter crews raised five hundred thousand dollars people said they put it on the on the board. It was Tom Malinowski who you've not heard a ton about since he got elected in New Jersey. Who's you know he came out for impeachment but he kind of <hes> sorrowful way? He's been raising half a million dollars a quarter so all these been raising money the idea that they're going to lose their perpetual hand-wringing. I think is what frustrates people here right. It is just that before Democrats take any action. The sense is that they imagine how they're going to lose. They don't imagine the win and it's it's very starting compared to trump <hes> who picks and loses a ton of fights when he picks them and through the picking of them has excited voters enough that Democrats complete the loop are always worried about them right right. They're not worried about them. <hes> the only the only hesitation I think might be legit as it turns out that Rawlins emphasize this too because they had interested doing so that if you may can backfire there was some backfire from Brad Kavanagh Fang I I'm not sure removed any Senate vote Senate race votes but it did excite Republicans more turns out that Republicans are excited if they fight about if they fight for things right and their democratic responses well. They're excited..

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"lee bill" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"lee bill" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"But I had to hear what Mark said I thought Mark was saying he's going to be he said he should be in the conversation because he should be in the conversation. The all time greatest as a he might be. But it's going to be a conversation. He's having by himself. Now, should he be skipped? None of these big man that you mentioned possessed skillset. No, none of them could shoot lay. Seriously, have three full you're saying. I watch Corinne watch shack. I watch a key. Malaysian who's one of my favorite player wise. David robinson. I wasn't alive. I was alive. But I was a little little bitty. Boy when wilt was playing don't remember anything about Bill Russell. But what I put it. None of them could shoot the ball. Like he could. That's not conjecture give that's not personally that's fat. So it he said a very he said something very important. He says barring injury. Remember Margetts, and they criticize Margetts and in two thousand thirteen Mark Jackson, Steph curry and Klay Thompson true are the best unique bag court in the history of the NBA Jackson crazy. He's a Homer. He's suffered from this word Homer ISM being over k. Whoa. No way. No way. Do you? Remember this bag core? Do you? Remember that back court. Gained about it as much as it was crazy when he made that statement, how do you feel about definitely right now. So he should be. He's a crime with the ability that he possesses. If dole Ellum be does does not put himself in that conversation is a crime on hill, not us because we see what he possessed the skill set the billion shoot the basketball, you file them as you mentioned. He will shot eighty percent this year. He the seventy nine percent free throw the career bay a few big man shooting seventy nine percent from the free throw line that doesn't happen. So he should when it's all send you said it very well. I don't know if he'll play long enough because all those guys played in the team's thirteen fourteen. Fifteen years Corrine, Corrine, play twenty shot played like eighteen seventeen eighteen David Robinson, playboy number of years, allies, one place. Seventeen. Can he get to Kimmy? Can you make ten Kenny make team with health related issue with me, but he should be in the conversation with his ability skill? Yeah. I always said to me Shaquille O'Neal was the most dominant. Big man I ever saw. But it was only for about three games three years in which he was in better shape than ever on his because he never was in great shape global year when he got to leave maybe. That they like three with Koby when they just dominated again. I covered a bunch of those games, and it was football basketball. It was almost unreputable because every play was like offense. Because he just running over people, but nobody could stop him offense. And he was a dominating force on the defensive end. But skipped a thing that this working against Joel Embiid that worked against shack was his body size. Yeah. Look at one lodging. Look at Corinne. He wasn't a big Karima steel slender got two. Yeah. Yeah. But I'm saying he's slimmed he wouldn't three hundred. No, he wouldn't three thirty one three forty Bill. Russell was only like six nine. Yes. That's Lindt Lindor main but strong, David Robinson, slender, slender Lee Bill. So that's that's the problem. And as you get older nutrition and exercise and big guys gonna have ankle neat Rodman knee problem..

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"lee bill" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

Erin Burnett OutFront

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"lee bill" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

"The president literally says five by to the Democrats calling the meeting a total waste of time is the shutdown about to set a record with no end in sight plus live from the border. What already exists and what more can Trump back to Lee Bill out front on the border investigating tonight and Rudy Giuliani says Trump is done. No more questions from Bob Muller. He won't answer anymore is more about the issue report. Let's go out front. Good evening. I'm Erin Burnett out front tonight. By by those are President Trump's exact words Trump walking out of a meeting with congressional leaders about the shutdown when he didn't get his way lead today and the president walking out set the tone both sides addressing reporters afterwards with two very different versions of what went down. Wasn't even high stake negotiation. It was petulant president of the United States. We saw a temper tantrum because he couldn't get his way. I saw Schumer continue to raise his voice. I thought the president was very calm. As for the president. He saved his version of the meeting for Twitter, quote, just left a meeting with Chuck and Nancy a total waste of time. I asked what is going to happen in thirty days. If I quickly opened things up are you going to improve border security, which includes a wall or steel barrier. Nancy said, no I said bye bye nothing else works. The problem is is that the person at the center of negotiation when the outcome is whether his government reopens kitchens say bye bye. Trump has lead. I mean, just listen to Donald J Trump on October seventh two thousand thirteen talking about President Obama during a government shutdown. The to get everybody in a room. You have to be a leader. The president has to lead. He's gotta get Mr. bainer and everybody else in a room, and they have to make a deal. Well, according to his own standards Trump failed today, and while his minions are making the case for a crisis on the southern border to justify the bosses wall. Crisis crisis crisis crisis. Well, there is a crisis tonight. She's not the one they're talking about. I mean, eight hundred thousand federal workers haven't been paid for eighteen days. It's not about whether they'll get paid. Eventually. I mean think about this. According to politico at least forty eight hundred federal employees and contractors in the Washington DC area have applied for unemployment benefits, a spokeswoman for US double A, federal savings Bank tells us thousands of reached out for.

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"lee bill" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"lee bill" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"Mix tape, lights camera bar, still crossover event per usual, watching a movie. It's Halloween. So we're watching Halloween resurrection, which was the last of the Jamie Lee. Curtis halloween's up until the new one which came out and Tyler has agreed to also come on the podcast reason. Yeah, watch Hala weaned, the new one without any context of the original. He's only going to have seen this one which I think is all you need and they were going to rank worst thing you can get while trick or treating. That's a good app. We will make you talk about movies too much. Not too much movie talk. So yeah, Coley Ken, Jack Tyler. We're gonna watch Halloween resurrection. We are hitting play right now. The logo for dimension studios is our Miramax think then dimension. So some movie guy. I don't even know when the water's going up to the city. This came out in two thousand and two. It starts Busta rhymes. The icon Aqalla music. No, these movies would have this history without the song, right? Like like this song is what carries the whole thing, like honest to God, it's tremendous. You just hear that like deputy? No. Like your annum scare. All right, yeah. Okay. For this, like to die about side plan, those watts ran Ranelagh. Yeah. The buzzer was leading actor like his name was I that's not a good sign who know Paul Rudd within the Halloween, six, which came before the previous one. Daisy McCracken hollow Halloween h two twenty years h. two o. twenty years later. John Patrick, Tom, our, and so he died. Jamie Lee Bill. Jeez, the Mary west. Brad, Brad, cough, bread, go, maybe related the Michael go who plays Alford. Incubated Van Gogh together..

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"lee bill" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"lee bill" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"Mix tape, lights camera bar, still crossover event per usual, watching a movie. It's Halloween. So we're watching Halloween resurrection, which was the last of the Jamie Lee. Curtis halloween's up until the new one which came out and Tyler has agreed to also come on the podcast reason. Yeah, watch Hala weaned, the new one without any context of the original. He's only going to have seen this one which I think is all you need and they were going to rank worst thing you can get while trick or treating. That's a good app. We will make you talk about movies too much. Not too much movie talk. So yeah, Coley Ken, Jack Tyler. We're gonna watch Halloween resurrection. We are hitting play right now. The logo for dimension studios is our Miramax think then dimension. So some movie guy. I don't even know when the water's going up to the city. This came out in two thousand and two. It starts Busta rhymes. The icon Aqalla music. No, these movies would have this history without the song, right? Like like this song is what carries the whole thing, like honest to God, it's tremendous. You just hear that like deputy? No. Like your annum scare. All right, yeah. Okay. For this, like to die about side plan, those watts ran Ranelagh. Yeah. The buzzer was leading actor like his name was I that's not a good sign who know Paul Rudd within the Halloween, six, which came before the previous one. Daisy McCracken hollow Halloween h two twenty years h. two o. twenty years later. John Patrick, Tom, our, and so he died. Jamie Lee Bill. Jeez, the Mary west. Brad, Brad, cough, bread, go, maybe related the Michael go who plays Alford. Incubated Van Gogh together..

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"lee bill" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"lee bill" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Five, six eight, three, seven. If you wanna, ask when aids questions him for clinging. We have a call last caller. You're on the air. Okay. Push the button. Sorry. Hello. You love, you're on the air Clinton Yates Dominic Foxworth. All right. Thank so I wanna know what you guys sitcom starting five days. So the southern part digits would be dad, mom, son, Dotto. All the other would be like even or. Oh, yeah. Okay, don't love this question. This question. Niagara fan. I like I like starting all time. Sitcoms. I'll go with that question now that the question was supposed to make because you guys hold every barrelled in here and we kind of have a plan for what we were going to do. And then all of a sudden it became dominating Clinton aides. Just, you know, doing whatever they wanted to give. It's not like they have three hours to get out. Don't say another word to me. I'm out. I mean at this point you're gonna run barrel in Jack o. three minutes at least ask your question FOX. He's gone. He's going to be a slow because he does this whole like Cheryl can stop a speed. He'll do that. I, I blame ROY for this because we told him we were planning on doing exploring Ouston, and then I heard him in the talk back saying, hey, Clinton, dumb. You guys want to be part of the local hour. I think. Here stick with what you do and I'll just dropping needed. I want to get back to your regularly scheduled programs too. Late. Dominique, really disappear. Yeah, he's going. I do love the Dominique doesn't like to be called Dom and we talked about it on the show and had a group in Krizan beating com. Lee Bill to and you respect people Clinton, is there something you don't like to be called, Clint, Clint. He hates Clinton block anybody who calls me Clint block. If the block you have a lot of thorough white man. I'm not a country singer. Clinton is my name. I'd like to think it is stately and diplomatic personal. Do you block a lot of people? Oh dog and black people like three times a day block people on your phone. No, who does that? I do. I love the block on that means they can't even text you. Yeah, love it for you. Live in that you need to do that. Well, I mean, it's just a good feature. It's a good feature. Sometimes I block Billy. I can't. I'm not gonna really. You blocked me cap sometimes will argue will go back and forth and being an argument like, so if I call you what happens, it goes Voicemail. through. Wow, that explains it's because sometimes I just assumed you're always on the phone. How many hours a day are you on the phone? A lot more or less. So we tried to do the math yesterday. Are you on the phone more or less than four hours a day? I mean, it depends on the day, but for hours, probably less less over three hours. We have to understand what I do for a living. Yeah, twenty seconds so don't don't go too long. Well, that's it. Well, look, if you spent three three and a half hours on the phone a day, which I think you do. That's one day a week. You're on the phone. Okay. That's too much you need to disconnect little gave. Don't you think thanks to find some balance in your life? I feel like you shouldn't be spending novice one day a week on the phone, and I also feel like it would make you less stress. Do you agree or disagree with that? Not stress. You seem to have it all under control under control..

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"lee bill" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"lee bill" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"Woolens finishing in exemplification of. That video was recorded Tuesday night by ABC seven, Missouri when Wesley bell beat Bob McCulloch in the race for Saint Louis county district attorney and Wesley belt joins us. Now, thank you very much for joining us. I really appreciate it. You ran a one of the things you ran on. Your platform was appointing special prosecutors for police involved shootings that obviously is an echo of the Michael Brown case. So how much was the Michael Brown case of factor in your win? I don't. I don't think anyone can deny the the the fact that Ferguson brought to light the need to to address issues like criminal Justice reform, the need to address issues. A mass incarceration, people became more aware as a result of Ferguson. So I don't know what the exact contribution would be as far as numbers or what have you. What I know when I. Talked to voters across Saint Louis county mini were very aware of these issues, and I'm sure we played some part. It was an overwhelming victory. You got fifty six percent of the vote against the incumbent mccullers of forty, three percent of the vote. That is just a a wipeout. Was that the way it was feeling to you as election day was approaching? I tell you what all indicate. All indications told us that we were going to win and we were going to win big the the only the only hesitancy was man. This is a twenty seven year incumbent, so I don't wanna get too confident. But I mean, we were knocking on doors. We were seeing the the support coming from all over Saint Louis county, and people were enthused even on the poles, not set on polls, and and people would come up to me and I would try to introduce myself and you know so many people would be like, wait, I know you are came to vote for you. And so it was a very uplift. Acting and and it was just a, it was a great evening obviously for us. When did you decide to run? I forgotten that I had done that interview with you and, and and so you know, I can say, after I ran for city council, I started to at least think about that office because I had I had worked as a public defender and as a defense attorney, and and even as a municipal court prosecutor have worked against and with that office and and I've just, I've always disagreed with the practices and policies and I was taught to myself that I can never work in that office. I'd have to run it. And so after I was elected, you know, now I'm thinking it's an empowering feeling too. And so now you start your mind, wanders and you think, okay, well, maybe I could do this and, and I know around that time of that interview, those those seeds were being planted. If you will. You know, you and I have something in common. We're both the sons of police officers, and I'm wondering how that affects your approach to policing police. Well, first of all, I have to say retired police officer. My dad reminds me of that every single time I talked to him, but you know what it's instilled in me is a respect for law enforcement. I know that that's the one of the toughest jobs in the world at the same time though, just like everyone watching this show is accountable for their actions. If officers break the law, they have to be accountable as well. Now, having said that if an officer, if there's an officer involved shooting, God forbid and the officer did everything correctly. Then we're going to support that officer, two hundred percent. But if the officer violated the law, then then the officer again needs to be held accountable just like anyone watching would be held accountable for their actions was Lee Bill. Congratulations on. On the big win, and thank you very much for joining the last word again tonight. We really appreciate it. Thanks for having me. Thank you. We'll be right back.

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"lee bill" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly

Pocket Now Weekly

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"lee bill" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly

"So i i need to fire it up i just found i it's it's in my bedroom right now i'd run out and go grab it i didn't know we'd be digging this deep just found my leumi twenty five twenty which is still a gorgeous lee bill tablet and then on my bookshelf i don't i don't think i can move no i can't i can't move enough to show it but i i have my surface to rt back there i'm sorry for that yeah i i've been curious to see you know like if i can if i can get it charge because i think actually on my service i think the batteries dead i haven't checked i like proper dead like the things just completely just yeah if i can i'm curious to see if any of those windows are devices have gotten any kind of significant upgrade with more op support windows ten ecosystem or environment like if they were completely abandoned because that's a shame you know the twenty five twenty actually has hardware in it right now that would do fairly well with some of the strategy that they're discussing it's lt enabled it's a lower power chipset so you wouldn't you don't have that windows on arm running on a qualcomm eight thirty five but it should do fine for an app i echo system product if if it even has an upgrade potential for windows ten which i doubt i think we're still we're running away from the gist tablet only late just as a form factor as slab where convertibles the just something with a keyboard or a stylus is all is more important these days so there you go in terms of flyway nothing in particular really is showing up here from that we can discuss other than just adding on to the bone pile of this whole fight between the us government in the chinese over trade over cybersecurity over just a whole bunch of things here yet so where i've been somewhat skeptical about the government's response to while ways consumer division i especially with the law enforcement advisory which came out a couple of months ago this to me is a bigger deal from a company wide per se.

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