35 Burst results for "Liberal Democrats"

Doug Tackles Kyrsten Sinema's Switch to Independent Party

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:37 min | Last month

Doug Tackles Kyrsten Sinema's Switch to Independent Party

"The cinema out of Arizona senator came to Congress with her a number of years ago. She came in 2012. She liked in 2012. We all was sworn in in 2013. She has always been a free spirit. She has always been one who is willing to buck the system when she thought the system needed bucking and it affected her and actually played into her favor. Kristen's always been one who found the opportunity took the opportunity and she was her own best salesman. Lately, she is now back into the sales arena and she's basically selling herself again in the sense of promoting herself. And she's doing so in the sense that she did a smart thing. She looked at the Arizona election. She is trying to portray herself as a centrist. And when it comes to elections and it comes to a primaries that centrist mentality, whether you're on the Democrat side or the Republican side, doesn't play very well in primaries. She just watched the last election happened in Arizona, Mark Kelly, who was a Liberal Democrat, one, and she's looking at having to go up in two years in her own next election cycle. So what did Kristen did? She took a self evaluation. She said, um, don't think I'm gonna have a lot of luck in the democratic primary here. In fact, a lot of the polling was showing that she wasn't going to go anywhere. And in doing so, she made the decision to be an independent. Now, this throws up a lot of issues. And for those of you out there wondering, you know, does this still give the Democrats the control of the Senate? Yes. Because she has said she will accept her committee assignments from the Democrats, but she just will not have lunch with them, which is what the caucus makes, but she's not been doing that even when she declared to be a Democrat.

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Caller Polled Local Walmart Shoppers, Favoring Herschel Walker

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:38 sec | 2 months ago

Caller Polled Local Walmart Shoppers, Favoring Herschel Walker

"I have since racism gets Herschel to this area, but I'm a top person. I meet those strangers. I pull people in Walmart in 80% is for Herschel Walker. And I hate to tell you this. But the racism I have since has been from some of these black has probably liberal Democrats, one of them told me he said, don't tell me what to do. I wouldn't tell anyone. I just said please remember. Well, I mean, look at the clip we just played with joy Reid and this Democrat activist. They're infuriated that white politicians are embracing Herschel Walker. Somehow that's an act of racism, I guess.

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Lawyer Sentenced to 15 Months for Fireboming NYPD Car

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:07 min | 2 months ago

Lawyer Sentenced to 15 Months for Fireboming NYPD Car

"I think most of you are familiar with the very famous Asian Indian prostitute, Uruguay, actually no, she's not a prostitute. She's a lawyer. I don't know if that's. I don't know if it's a big difference. Uru drama is a public interest lawyer in New York. And if it seems like I'm defaming our well, it's very well deserved. Why? Because this is the woman, the activist who firebombed a police cruiser during the 2020 George Floyd riots. She's one of these so called social justice warriors. And she was arrested and she was facing ten years in prison, which seems appropriate if you try to fire bomb a police vehicle. But the Biden administration decided to start protecting her. And pushing a judge and this is U.S. district judge Brian kogan of the eastern district of New York liberal Democrat to give this woman a very light sentence and in fact he did. So here's what she gets 15 months in prison. Wow. This is outrageous. You got January 6th defendants nonviolent who've done nothing who have comparable or worse sentences in this, not to mention this woman was never in solitary confinement, in fact, left wing activists came forward and put up money for her to be bailed. So she was given the opportunity to have bail. Why? Because she was not deemed to be a danger to society in the way that, let's say, just say some mom or grandmother or some guy in January 6th, there's a danger to society. We got to lock him up right now and keep him locked up until trial. Why? Because he's an election denier. Now, this woman Uruguay drama and her accomplice a guy named Colin Ford Mathis. These are people who they've been getting these glowing media profiles. And now they evidently have this kind of sweetheart deal with the Biden DoJ and with a judge going along. So, I mean, justice is really about proportionality, the it's not just so you get punished, but the punishment should bear some resemblance, some proportion to the offense.

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"liberal democrats" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

08:35 min | 2 months ago

"liberal democrats" Discussed on WGN Radio

"All right, America. Welcome back. It's rich valdes valdes with an S average valdes on all of the social media, and I'm looking at a headline here in breitbart, says according to data, teachers unions followed 15 $9 million to leftist causes despite 57% of teachers being Republicans and independents. So I want to get to the bottom of that and more and one of my favorite investigative journalists and fellow at the Hoover institute is Peter Schweitzer, Peter Schweitzer welcome. Rich, great to be with you. Thanks so much for having me. Yes, sir. I appreciate you staying up late late night radio is great, but we are live, and that's always fun. Speak to talk to you, my brother. So tell me a little bit about what's going on here. I know you crunched these numbers better than anybody. What's up with the teachers union? I've never been a big fan, but this doesn't look very copacetic to me. Yeah, rich. What we did was at the government accountability institute where I'm president. So our researchers went through the so called L two forms that all unions are required to file with the Department of Labor and they're actually pretty detailed. They have to describe what they're spending money on and what the purpose of that money is. Now, you would think that an organization like the national education association would be spending most of their money on so called representational activities, right? That's what they advertised to teachers that they do. They help them get a better contract, better healthcare, better retirement, et cetera. But when you actually look at their filings, what you find that is in 2021, which is the last year available. The NEA spent $32 million on representational activity. They spent $66 million on political activities. So more than double of the actual work that they're supposed to be doing it as a union and a lot of those political activities really, when you look at it, where they spent the money, the groups they gave the money to, et cetera, rich really has nothing to do with improving education, improving the job for teachers. It was supporting groups that are anti police defund the police. These kinds of radical causes. So what you find is that these unions are really serving as political mechanisms in a way that they didn't in the past and as we point out in the report, in fact, public opinion surveys that are done of union membership that have done our teachers show that well over half of them are Republican or independent. And yet, of the money that was spent in the last election cycle, $59 million, all of it, all of it went to liberal Democrats. So there's a massive disconnect between the leadership of the unions and the rank and file members themselves. Wow, folks, we're on with Peter Schweitzer, he's president that the government accountability institute and we're uncovering what's going on with the teachers union. Now this is honestly something I've always suspected this to be the case that these unions really serve very little purpose other than negotiating extremely favorable contracts for public employee teachers. And just funneling tons of cash to promote political agendas. Now, it sounds like you're confirming that that's the case. How do we attempt to solve this? Well, it's a good question, rich. There's a couple of things. I mean, the first thing is I think that there's a lot of people that might be members of teachers unions because they want representation. They want to make sure that in case there's a legal issue. So I understand that, but what a lot of members have to realize is that's really not what the union is spending the money on. When you send them to dues, that's what they tell you the money is for, but the vast majority of the money is going for massive salaries for the leadership and is going for these kinds of political activities. I mean one of the things we found rich, for example, was that in 2020, the American federation of teachers paid the secretary treasurer of that organization or named Loretta Johnson in a single year they paid her $1.4 million in compensation. She was the head of the racial equity task force. She is the one that got the union pushing on critical race theory and so called social justice. But you got a big payday. She got $1.4 million working for the American federation of teachers, which is supposed to ostensibly be a nonprofit organization. So the first thing is that rank and file teachers who are members need to let the leadership know this is not why they're in a union and they don't want their views going in this direction. There needs to be people within the union raising these issues, but the second one is more specific that could include the new Congress, for example. And that is that these unions are given a nonprofit tax against status by the IRS. Just like my organization, the government accountability institute. When you get that status from the IRS, you get it based on stating what your mission statement is. So for my government accountability institute is exposing crony cronyism and corruption. And what that means is I can't maintain my status and then start doing something completely different like environmental work in South America. That's not what my mission statement is. The unions, if you look at the NEA, their statement, their stated statement to the IRS for their existence is to represent teachers and collective bargaining and to promote the virtues of public education. Funding Black Lives Matter anti police organizations has absolutely nothing to do with their mission statement presented to the IRS. So there needs to be an investigation about the tax exempt status that these organizations have because they are far afield of what they say they're actually using their money for. And it's interesting to me because the other day I was arguing with somebody and they were saying, well, you know, it's not fair because these people didn't manage their money right and that's why the Tea Party was denied 501c3 status. And we clarified that, but it's interesting how there were organizations at one point trying to launch and couldn't even get a 5 O one and then you have these that have it and do whatever they want and go outside of the scope of their work and nobody bats an eyelash. Yeah, that's right. I mean, there seems to be a double standard here. And look, what's happened is the unions themselves. We've always known that the teachers unions were left of center. That's gone on for decades. And everybody acknowledges that. But a lot of them are what you would traditionally call Walter Mondale Democrats. These are people that are center left, they believe in union power. They believe in union control, getting the best thing for their workers. They have a slightly left of center agenda. The leadership of the unions now is not anything resembling Walter Mondale Democrats. These are organizations that are pouring huge amount of money into political campaigns, whether it's Stacey Abrams or AOC, these are not centrists. These are not Walter Mondale types. So these are political movements that have morphed out of what were traditional unions. And I think it's time that that be investigated and we look at their tax exempt status as it relates to how they've gone so far afield for what they claim their existence is for. So now Peter Schweitzer, are you and the government accountability institute digging into this? Yes, we are. We're going to continue to monitor this and investigate it. We are looking at some of the organizations that they are funding, the amount of money that they're pouring into it, the fact that they are taking union dollars and putting it into really political movements, which I don't think represent really what the union should be doing. But they're putting it into organizations like color of change, color of changes in organization that talks about police officers as killer cops. I mean, they sort of make these blanket statements about the police say they poured $2 million into an organization called the center for popular democracy. Now, this is a group that a

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"liberal democrats" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

02:51 min | 3 months ago

"liberal democrats" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Britain's new prime minister is already facing his first crisis by Armani said London. Britain's prime minister Rishi sunak is facing the first political crisis of his premiership. Less than a week on the job after around 200 conservative MPs chose him to lead the country. The crisis for the UK's first prime minister of color swirls around Home Secretary suella braverman, also from a South Asian background, over her hard line approach to migrants. Braver men is no stranger to controversy. She was forced to resign by sunac's predecessor, Liz trusts, the UK's shortest serving leader ever, on October 19th, after admitting to data breaches that broke the government's own rules. But just 6 days later, she was reinstated by sunac as the UK's immigration minister. Now she finds herself at the center of a scandal over newfound scrutiny of data breaches, and uproar over policies that have resulted in unsafe conditions at an asylum processing center, and Kent, southeast England. Here's what to know about the braverman controversy. And what it means for sunac's leadership. Leaky Sue's data security violations. Speaking with journalists Emily maitlis and Lewis Goodall on their podcast, the news agents, the leader of the centrist liberal Democrats at Davies, said journalists told him braverman has been nicknamed leaky Sue by colleagues over her mishandling of sensitive information. Braverman admitted to breaching the ministerial code by sending an official document, and her October 19th resignation letter, she emailed a draft ministerial statement from her personal email to a trusted parliamentary colleague. She called it a technical infringement and said she reported the error immediately via official channels. Others have disagreed with that characterization. So Ella braverman did not mistakenly leak a meaningless document. She endlessly consulted a maverick. She deliberately emailed a policy Doc not yet agreed to her private email. Then she sent it to John Hayes and someone she thought was his wife, tweeted Tim shipman, the chief political commentator at The Sunday Times, referring to her political ally, Hayes. For many, it remains unclear what changed in the short window between braverman's October 19th resignation and her reinstatement last week. On Monday, braverman admitted to sending official documents to her personal email address on 6 occasions, raising further concerns about data breaches. Overcrowding at the manston migrant center.

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The Red Wave Flows Through Virginia

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:43 min | 3 months ago

The Red Wave Flows Through Virginia

"He is a perfect candidate. And I wanted to ask you about not just him. Obviously, a Virginia governor campaigning for a great Virginia candidate makes sense, but you've been everywhere, man. If I had the Johnny Cash song ready, I could play it for you. The fact is you've been everywhere and I wanted your assessment of what you've seen and felt about the issue set that Americans are voting on in ten days. We're voting on right now, like I did this week early. Yeah, let me just start in Virginia because I've 20 stops running into election day in Virginia to help candidates win and the red wave that's on its headwaters and the Commonwealth last year is still flowing strong and we're just going to see some seats flip a bunch of them and I've said that the road to the majority in Congress blows through Virginia and it will and that's going to be really exciting. And as I've had the opportunity to visit with gubernatorial candidates and campaign forum around the country, we see the exact same momentum. These issues of parents rights and schools underserving kids and completely lost in their curriculum teaching children what to think instead of how to think the economy that is just failing with inflation being let loose in the silent beef stealing hard earned money from harder in Americans and crimes you has just been a runaway, a runaway train that the deaf liberal Democrats let loose and can not control. This is what voters across American are focused on. They're the same issues as last year in Virginia and there's a big red wave flowing across the country. We're going to see a lot of seats flip and particularly governor seats where everybody recognizes that Republican governors are so outperformed Democrat governors. I think every state deserves a Republican governor.

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JD Vance Is Battling a Fake Moderate in Ohio

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:10 min | 3 months ago

JD Vance Is Battling a Fake Moderate in Ohio

"JD Vance is here. He's running for Senate in Ohio. JD Vance dot com. We've got to make sure JD gets across the finish line, JD, how you doing? How's the race? It's going well, Charlie. I appreciate you having me. So we're in a race against a guy who pretends to be a moderate, you know, he says that he supports Trump's trade policies and his commercials, even though he voted against them and actually really criticized them when they were actually being implemented. He says that he supports law enforcement, getting wants to end cash bail and proposed that we eliminate qualified immunity, which of course is the legal protections that our police officers have. And so what he's really trying to do basically is run as a version of me. He's trying to run as sort of diet JD Vance and hope that the electorate of Ohio doesn't recognize that he is in fact a Liberal Democrat. He does vote with Nancy Pelosi a 100% of the time. And so, you know, we over the next 13 days are really just trying to hammer the message. Don't believe Tim Ryan's lies about me. He's also not believed him Ryan's lies about himself. And I think that we're in a very, very good place, man. The energy is crazy. The crowds are great. People are very enthusiastic. I think if the election were tomorrow, we'd win. I think I'll never be the age. We're going to win by a larger margin than we win today.

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"liberal democrats" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:33 min | 3 months ago

"liberal democrats" Discussed on WTOP

"Fredericksburg now, 59 in hyattsville, 59 and eastern Maryland on the eastern shore with some fog and 57° here in friendship heights. At 5 40, the congressional progressive caucus has withdrawn a letter signed by 30 house liberals and sent to The White House Monday. The letter urged President Biden to negotiate directly with Russia to bring an end to the war in Ukraine. It triggered fierce pushback from many Democrats as well as from Ukrainian officials who argued that it was unrealistic to negotiate with Vladimir Putin. Congressional progressive caucus chair pramila jayapal says the letter had been drafted several months ago and was released by staff without vetting. A $2 million first of its kind study of Marine Corps boot camp has found different rates and types of injuries from male and female trainees. Researchers have identified possible changes in training that could reduce injuries. The independent Marine Corps times says the study found dramatic differences in the number and type of injuries among the genders, 60% of the women studied suffered some kind of an injury during the 13 week intense training. Among men, the injury rate was half that. The most frequently injured body part for women was the hip for men, the knee. Researchers say a focus on proper exercise progression and technique could reduce injuries. They found that's often absent in training. Christopher Cruise, CBS News Washington. Looks can be deceiving. What appears to be a typical office building in Alexandria actually houses a secret pool hall where the world's top players come to practice. Street lights billiards academy, a private pool hall

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How the Left Uses Psychological Projection With John Zmirak

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:28 min | 4 months ago

How the Left Uses Psychological Projection With John Zmirak

"Muir, what else must we discuss? So we're talking about how the left uses psychological projection. And projection is something goes all the way back to the Garden of Eden. Satan told eve that God was jealous of human beings and felt threatened by them and was trying to restrict them and tear them down. But in fact, that's what Satan was doing. Hitler and the Nazis, they got hold of this book the protocols of the elders of Zion, it claimed there was a tiny cabal of conspirators who wanted to tyrannize the world and destroy traditional values and just wield absolute power. And it was true except it wasn't the Jews. It was the Nazis where that conspiracies. And they were projecting their own guilt onto the innocent Jews. The communists did the same thing. When they called everyone a fascist, you know, liberal Democrats or fascist monarchists or fascists. It should be because there is a political party that's morally indistinguishable from the fascists. It's the Communist Party. Well, in our own time, the Democrats claimed that Donald Trump's election in 2016 was a threat to democracy that required a resistance. He was corruptly colluding with a hostile foreign power and you would abuse the government's power to persecute his opponents. Well, none of that was true of Donald Trump, but all of it is true of the former Joe Biden.

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"liberal democrats" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:30 min | 5 months ago

"liberal democrats" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Activist, she was president of Oxford University liberal Democrats, but joined the Conservative Party shortly after graduating in 1996. Unless trust was taking a very long view, this was not a maneuver that smacked of careerism, although for someone of trusses obvious ambition, the late 90s Lib Dems might also have seemed an insufficiently powerful vehicle. By the time trust joined the Tories, it was pretty clear that the 1997 general election loomed as a massacre of epochal proportions and so it proved. As the party rebuilt trusted unremarkable corporate and think tank stuff while working in local politics. Her first run for parliament in 2001 was as a sacrificial candidate in a safe labor seat. Her second in 2005 was in another labor seat, but she finished a respectable second. Prior to the 2010 election trust was selected for the safe Tory seat of Southwest Norfolk, despite an amount of Haram thing from prim local party members who objected to her long extramarital affair with another MP. Southwest Norfolk's voters proved at least as forgiving as her husband, however, and trust has increased her majority in each of the three elections since. On arrival in parliament, trust clambered up the greasy pole pretty quickly. By 2014, she was Secretary of State for the environment by 2016, Secretary of State for justice, by 2019 international trade minister, and by 2021, foreign secretary. It was an ascent all the more remarkable for the fact that during the bitterly divisive Brexit referendum campaign of 2016, truss had been an out and proud remainer, generally regarded within an increasingly dogmatic party and by a witch hunting Tory press and seething social media realm as an unconscionable heresy. For all that, trust made little impact on the wider public consciousness beyond the measure of online infamy for a deeply weird speech about cheese. We import two thirds of our cheese. That is a disgrace. And being much undeservedly mocked for a recurrent habit of gauche Margaret Thatcher homages recreating Thatcher photo

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"liberal democrats" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

The Officer Tatum Show

04:05 min | 5 months ago

"liberal democrats" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show

"Mentality of liberals, Democrats.

The Mental Illness of Abortion

The Officer Tatum Show

00:54 sec | 5 months ago

The Mental Illness of Abortion

"Mentality of liberals, Democrats. I want to be very clear if you believe that abortion is a form of healthcare, you are absolutely deranged and out of your mind. Am I going to bludgeon you in the streets? Nor I'm not. I'm just going to call you on your stupidity. Abortion is murder. It doesn't matter if you justify the knot is murder. When you talk about a man growing up and somehow believing that he's a woman, that is called a mental illness. That is not my body, my choice or I was born this way. It's a mental illness. Can we please address the mental illness and stop acting like it don't exist and we got a whole bunch of crazy people running around without help.

Virginia Governor's Race Was About Education

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:59 sec | 5 months ago

Virginia Governor's Race Was About Education

"Governor, when I was with these young Republican candidates, and they were mostly young. I said to him, I watched Glenn youngkin win, and there were two secrets. Susie youngkin, who was out there at the early voting thing, a whole family was involved, and then he talked incessantly about education. What do you think Republicans at every level? Ought to be telling voters of every sort demographic age and income about education. The first thing they should say is parents matter and there's no clearer message that over the last few years, left liberal Democrats have been trying to systematically intervene with bureaucrats and politicians and replace parents role in their kids lives. And that has been clear my opponent Terry McAuliffe stated it clearly as an objective. And let me tell you, this isn't Republicans versus Democrats. This is virginians in Americans who are saying no way. It's my kid. And so systematically, we have to make sure that every candidate understands parents matter.

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'Liberal Misery' Author Eddie Scarry on the Unhappy Nature of Leftists

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:41 min | 6 months ago

'Liberal Misery' Author Eddie Scarry on the Unhappy Nature of Leftists

"Right now is Eddie's scary. He's author of a new book liberal misery. How the hateful left sucks joy out of everything and everyone. Getting straight to the point by Eddie scary, Eddie, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Hey, happy to be here. So basically, I mean, I haven't read the book, but the summary seems that explains what drives America's left to be such a wet blanket. Liberals Democrats and leftist tendency to zealously spread discomfort and misery has been somewhat of a mystery. You even say that conservatives are showing to be have better mental health and liberals. So if I could just cut straight to the chase, if you're dealing with depression and you're a liberal, stop being a liberal and become a conservative. Is that about right? I think that's a question for a doctor, but I will say yes, as you said, this whole concept of liberal misery and liberal anger and bitterness that was something that I think me and I'm sure you and every one of your listeners and viewers have experienced and I would say experienced to some degree for quite some time, but when I really started to notice it was in 2020. I live in Washington, D.C., so it's all liberals all the time. Most of the people I associate with are just going to happen to be liberal. But I noticed that in that year it was just becoming very, very obvious that there was something wrong here and I felt that the politics and the bad nature of the whole thing was only coming from one side. And I kept asking myself, why are liberals so miserable? Why do I keep having these even just normal stuff? What should be normal pleasant social interactions if the pandemic came up if any of the Black Lives Matter stuff came up if the campaign came up and discussion suddenly it's an all out war with these people and I kept thinking, why is this? What is this anger about? So

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UK Conservatives lose 2 elections in blow to Boris Johnson

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 7 months ago

UK Conservatives lose 2 elections in blow to Boris Johnson

"British prime minister Boris Johnson's leadership of the Conservative Party has suffered a heavy double blow as voters have rejected the Tories in two special elections In the southwestern constituency of tiverton and honiton the centrist liberal Democrats overturned a 24,000 conservative majority to win while the main opposition Labor Party reclaimed Wakefield in northern England the contests triggered by the resignation of conservatives hit by scandals offered voters to chance to give their verdict on the prime minister Just weeks after 41% of their own lawmakers cast their ballots against him the party's chairman has quit after the results early Friday saying the party can not carry on with business as usual Charles De Ledesma London

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Alan Dershowitz: Jan. 6 Hearings Not Far From McCarthyism

Mark Levin

01:10 min | 8 months ago

Alan Dershowitz: Jan. 6 Hearings Not Far From McCarthyism

"They put on president Trump's speech but they doctored the speech and they left out the words I want you to go to the capitol and patriotically and peacefully let your voices be heard So even if you hear one side like for example in a grand jury if a prosecutor ever did that put forward a tape and doctored it they'd be disciplined perhaps this Bard and that's what's going on here You hear these accusations being made not only by the committee but by their handpicked narrative espousing CNN CNN just repeats everything they say And then they put Larry tribe my former colleague on and he says well president Trump was guilty of attempting to murder vice president Pence Nobody responds Nobody answers If a law student ever said that on a first year criminal law exam they fail Even with great inflation So what we're hearing is a completely one sided presentation And I'm a Liberal Democrat I voted for Biden and I voted for Clinton And I find this thing unacceptable and intolerable and that throwback to mccarthyism

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Did Celebrities Commit Obstruction of Justice in 2016 Election?

Mark Levin

01:48 min | 8 months ago

Did Celebrities Commit Obstruction of Justice in 2016 Election?

"Celebrities urged GOP electors to deny Trump Electoral College win in 2016 High profile actors and musicians are called Johnny calls to deny Donald Trump the 270 electoral votes he needs to clinch the president They were all for it back then Harvard constitutional law professor Lawrence lessig and law firm Dory have offered to provide free legal counsel to Republican electors who break from their states popular votes Wow Was that undue influence Was that obstruction of justice Was it The president of the United States is not prohibited From participating in this system It's not a crime He's not prohibited From urging his own vice president to take actions different than his vice president is thinking of taking or decides to take He has every right whether you agree with the judgment or not The ask that Republican state legislatures reconsider what took place in their states Particularly a state like Pennsylvania where over 60 members of the legislature 60 took on their governor who's a Liberal Democrat and they wanted to be involved in the selection of the electors Again whether you like it or not it's not the point

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Democrats Run as Conservatives

The Dan Bongino Show

01:50 min | 8 months ago

Democrats Run as Conservatives

"Jim think about this right When we run as conservatives we run as actual conservatives Right We believe in economic freedom so we run on tax cuts so people can have more of their money so they are free to spend it When we say we're for healthcare freedom we need patience being able to pick their own healthcare not the government We run on this stuff When we run on educational freedom and liberty we run on the premise that people should pick where their kids go to school That's an actual thing we run on But do you ever notice how when Democrats run specifically liberals a lot of liberals They'll run pretending they're doing something It's actually a Republican idea Joe Biden say oh I'm a deficit cutter Okay cutting deficits is in no way a premise a foundational premise of the Democrat party They'll spend any amount of money you give them The Democrats They're always faking it We're here to lower costs for healthcare Okay that's a free market thing Republicans have stood for it The Democrats run on it They do nothing of the sort They passed ObamaCare healthcare costs went up People's healthcare was canceled The worst thing you can do to a Democrat I will continue to insist this thick a mirror in front of them and show them who they really are Now On social issues it's not just anger It's outright red hot rage When you explain to a Democrat or show someone else who that Democrat show the Democrat who they really are the Liberal Democrat Social issues they go crazy When you point out the hypocrisy of their approach to what they call gun control and how these people are actually protected by guns again baby killer you want to kill people You want to murder kids They go nuts They go nuts Like an actual crazy person They go crazy

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The Difference Between Leftism and Libralism

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:17 min | 8 months ago

The Difference Between Leftism and Libralism

"So I daily literally daily note that there is a distinction between liberalism and leftism that except for size of government they have nothing in common. That conservatives such as myself, who grew up as Liberal Democrat, how could I not? I'm a Jew from New York who went to Columbia. There's no other possibilities available to me. And I have virtually every value I had when I was a liberal and a Democrat today as a conservative Republican. So clearly, so clearly things have changed there, not with me. So my question to you is, would you identify yourself as an anti left or non left liberal? No, I think those respectfully. I think those labels are meaningless in the time in which we find ourselves I think events are turning all our institutions upside down and all of our relationships upside down, I think there's horrific dogmatism and Marxist rigidity coming out of the left,

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'Trumponomics' Author Stephen Moore on Biden's New Press Secretary

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:06 min | 9 months ago

'Trumponomics' Author Stephen Moore on Biden's New Press Secretary

"Seen. He's the author of trumponomics. He's back at the conservative mothership, the heritage foundation has senior fellow. Welcome back to America first, one on one, Stephen Moore. Hi, Sebastian, great to be with you. And if you're hoping that I can explain that answer from our new press secretary, I have a brain I can not. I couldn't make heads or tails. Why don't she was saying, it was actually kind of awkward, and I felt a little bit sorry for her, actually. You know, she was kind of partially reading from the notes and just reading a script, even though it had nothing to do with what the question was about. But look, all of this, all of these policies, I'm an 8 from Joe Biden. She's just a mouthpiece spitting out that the sound bites that The White House has been putting out. But I think what's really more important than those crazy statements that were made in that press conference was, you know, you have somebody now, you know, who's the Jeff Bezos who runs one of the largest companies in the world who is a Liberal Democrat Sebastian, who's saying, wait a minute, none of this stuff is going to

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Ari Fleischer: Trust in the Press Is at Its Second-Lowest in the U.S.

The Dan Bongino Show

01:36 min | 9 months ago

Ari Fleischer: Trust in the Press Is at Its Second-Lowest in the U.S.

"That's the problem with it Dan that is exactly right And just yesterday Gallup came out with a poll showing trust in the press is that the second lowest it's ever been in our nation's history The American people are giving up on the media And that's not a good thing We need a place to go We're all of us I don't care what our ideology is Can say aha that's what happened today Now I'll tell you what I think about it But thank you for telling me the facts and the truth We don't have that anymore And we really don't have it because the misinformation is coming in this in my case in my book From liberal media And it's going to be beyond what it was when I was there When I was there Dan and you were a Secret Service agent The press was liberal We all knew it but they actually tried They said it was part of their mission to be objective and even though most of them were cut from the same liberal cloth democratic cloth They knew their job was to be objective Now what's happened is audiences go left audiences go to the left for the news right audiences go to the right New York Times is overwhelmingly liberal Democrats who subscribe There's no more advertising dollars in print So you can't tick off your subscribers or your customers so you feed them what they want to hear And that describes most of the mainstream media Now conservatives to the credit of conservatives they launched back They start to form their own outlets you're part of that debt And this is why conservatives can fight and win because we create an alternative outlet but the mainstream media is essentially college educated Democrats talking to fellow college educated Democrats That is what's left of the media today

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Mark Had a Very Interesting Relationship With Senator Orrin Hatch

Mark Levin

01:06 min | 10 months ago

Mark Had a Very Interesting Relationship With Senator Orrin Hatch

"They also want to mention senator orrin hatch we had quite an interesting relationship When I was a very young man in first came to Washington D.C. one of the senators I admired the most Was orrin hatch even before I came to Washington D.C. he was elected at a very young age memory serves 42 or 44 years old for the first office he ever ran for United States Senate He was a lawyer That was it I think it was 44 And he took out a long-term moderate actually a Liberal Democrat who pretended to be a moderate Had won two or three terms out of Utah And he want to see as part of a wave of reaganism Now I don't mean they ran the same year But Reagan was rising he was rising in the Republican Party He was challenging Gerald Ford and

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Blaise Ingoglia: We're Challenging Dems' B.S. Gerrymandering in FL

The Dan Bongino Show

01:48 min | 10 months ago

Blaise Ingoglia: We're Challenging Dems' B.S. Gerrymandering in FL

"They are hypocrites And look you've known this for a long time is that the corrupt liberal media when we tell one side of the equation you and I and many people have known that Democrats strongholds have been doing this for years Democrats will be the first one to cry You can't gerrymander but there will be also be the first ones to gerrymander to make sure that they keep control in places like New York and California and Michigan Look the state of Florida again we're standing up to this We're saying no we're not going to stand for this There was a liberal court Supreme Court before Ron DeSantis took over and remade our Supreme Court the same way Trump remade the Supreme Court's scotus And there was a there was a district that was drawn gerrymandered from Jacksonville all the way over to Tallahassee and the governor saw that and said nope there's something wrong with that And I agreed with him I was one of 6 or 7 Republicans to vote against the current maps insided with governor Desantis is today We are hearing a new set of maps that will probably be passed out on the floor tomorrow Now of course it's going to be challenged But we're challenging some of this BS gerrymandering that has been going on that have been helping the Democrats This governor I will tell you I admire discover so much He is standing up for what he believes in He's got good people supporting him And mark my words we are going to continue turning the state into red It used to be That people used to move from places like New York and New Jersey to Florida because we had no state income tax They used to move because of pocketbook issues The platform is pocketbook issues But because this governor is leading on policy we are seeing people liberal Democrats moving out of the state and more conservatives moving into the state And that's why this state is going to be read

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"liberal democrats" Discussed on The Drug Science Podcast

The Drug Science Podcast

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"liberal democrats" Discussed on The Drug Science Podcast

"Part in san now back to the show but is that something that the media is essentially pulling the strings of do you think or is it. Something in the parties themselves convenient trying. I think what democrats are the response to medicinal cannabis. Intrusions was an immediate was actually quite forward. I mean got the onus jones of smoking cannabis i mean you know. I'm not going to be a critical advantage in fear of moving on in case you get hammered for her daughter put the have a parapet normally. That's what i just simply to. How do we gonna change this. No one we can't get any. Unfortunately you had very narrow defeat in that election which is very unfortunate for us and progressive policy. But can we ever change anything. I think we won't change it. I think we will change it. And i think what's happening with particulars is changing matters without seeing this being Legalized in obviously the us and it will really change when someone is a lot of money. This is you can make profits from its role in sending a not so we'll substance they can do something with it and then make some broken and then then also become going attracted so it that that's what it will start. I think i. It has sentenced the hatred too cliche but increment is kind of and by the way. Those concerned about canada's allegedly these were candidates loosens ultra mind you reflect on the fact that natural kind of my user user the less harmful scum not the best raw legalizing something which they can control which less harmful appearing so. Yeah i think it will change. I think gradually people are going to relaunch the so-called worn drunks watching the new evidence. There's no evidence that this hard line approach never done anything. Paul from drive people underground and push up no absolutely no But again it's not problem of getting politicians but you know your lifetime. We have seen areas of life which was deemed completely beyond the pale. Like homosexuality become you know become basically legal we've seen. We've sweeps divorce abortion. We've seen those policits and drugs seems to be somehow well maybe the last frontier blitz one reliance dragged on salem. Well i think it's not natural koshen but it's also there hasn't been a particular champion. I don't think for me. We had david stay with motion. Bill in juicy seven with vol jenkinson secretary. I mean this is a very reforming time about the late sixties. If you look k. Runs it will be very vocal on that. But but in hollywood beulah christmas coming out originally and matthew paris people who are respected obligations and people didn't suspect and being homosexual quite normal people and and be very effective politics in respect frequently. Went out there so i mean you know people sort of seeing these things and well actually you know they don't old jordan monopoly. You know the the something else. So did the same thing well apply on. This is why the what. I saw on mouse by these guys. Incentives briefcases effectively going to work in the city when everyone in copenhagen who shooting up heroin and getting on with their jobs without atypical. Interesting people to get rid of the stereotypes took.

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"liberal democrats" Discussed on The Drug Science Podcast

The Drug Science Podcast

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"liberal democrats" Discussed on The Drug Science Podcast

"Also politician was scanned populations ahead of the politicians on this issue. Family members ago smoked over. Joe laura an people count on their license and the kind of ender civilization mantra from the tories just didn't didn't resonate with people's experiences another day line so that was very interesting. You ask how. There's a pretoria thing towards politicians scans scare to do something which is going to be controversial so they stay with the all these stick to the on because that's the savage position that can defend so they don't come out and say the same thing founded nine spoke child be states. Me agree with your family. You want to say so publicly but will tell you you know. So on the on the johnston the last debate. I had debates and i think it was november. Twenty fourteen. I give my all. Why leave and everything else in the debate. You want wanna read it and again. I suspect it's a whole lotta people disagree with me and it may be that the people who turned the debate or those who are going to me but i will support not just for my own ken college but from the tory backbench just from libertarian. The dettori paci people. I agree me. I got from.

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"liberal democrats" Discussed on The Drug Science Podcast

The Drug Science Podcast

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"liberal democrats" Discussed on The Drug Science Podcast

"That the sense that tweet to make brought to stop yesterday. We'll i'm doing this in. My capacity is fairly cabinet. Commissioning business i see so he freed a little bit from the constraints of the of the who love isn't well of course. The report was belonged to the cabinet ritchie. but then it was immediately her macher tournaments so that point to became hermosa spent. She couldn't stomach wants to do in terms of coach said he has as i remember. The idea was that you couldn't have a royal commission. You knew legitimate new drugs had just policy was working was backward. Ed departments to get the best evidence for overseas. And and how do you go about doing at the did you. Did you go to places in places. Yes indeed i mean. Let me say the civil servants in the drug sanctions office of our church. And i wouldn't say they were as necessarily lights as as bouncy law. But they were they were professional minded and even fresh to follow through instructions from me as the member involvement rather than taking the pap easy culture. Just people just so long time for them could officials producers because you ultimately don't believe me i mean i. It was written by officials. Which actually i won't get. Miraculously it was to write to accurately without necessarily deeply offended secretary which skill set up predictable. But yes i mean. Some of these were done by jesse braga bridge in oregon awry but i went through sample to denmark. I remember goes demo and visiting. I forgot apostol. London copenhagen christina. I love your description of christie of Kabli very central in the mail. And that was quite an auto. I mean you world falling apart people but that normal lives and society was getting function so the kind of scare stories about this. Bit young founders. I also with some guy who ran a accountability sector thing for a heroin users and he had been them using heroin since twenty two. I think it was sixty something when i met some and you pitch for health. I mean we did. His b wasn't which i appreciate it but you'll notice for the heroine was always a substance which like you crave and you have to have an enormous joint but it's not actually addictive not sense. It's different thing provide yourself on. Your appetite comes normal. And i went to one of these injection blazers saving And clinical look people with trump somebody else and dances and so people would come into place with spotless..

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"liberal democrats" Discussed on The Drug Science Podcast

The Drug Science Podcast

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"liberal democrats" Discussed on The Drug Science Podcast

"When the department. I mean dysfunctional department. Nobody smiled he was under the couch. Nobody seemed very happy. And of course it was. It was very austere and didn't sound policy to was just wanting to accept me there. I remember independent journalists on independent. When i was out with theresa may of young liberal the department museum only Making concert cutting was. It was tough and i spent over you there and in the end i just got fed up with. I'll just couldn't stick every day every day every minute. That day was a battle. A battle with home secretary always have special advisors again using done its own and it was continued arguing about press lines about where i was going and what we i was actually don't stalk and by the way i think probably. My previous has to too to challenge do uninterested. This and it was very unpleasant and already feel how to do that. So in calmly. August twenty fourteen berryman general. He's coming as well as nick. I wanted to go. And then then he said about this dr bull which has been commissions. And he'd insisted it be commissioned with thing which is reported on show. Stay on to make sure it wasn't buried a home office before i left charge. Stay on We finally going to the door in them. I think it was october. Twenty four chain and i resigned shortly after lost. Due to thermal minister won't actually to present. The report has come. And so i think to felt i went off message potentially in my in my lots of course up to thursday night weekend. I think nobody else knew that i knew so. I was so happy and resigned. All helberg loose and coast what it was my friend. Andy davey is going great. Tunis around at the standard telegraph. Done him to college with them. He as soon as it became known. I resigned news not within five texting me saying now just gonna hit the fan which technical briefing ends me from them from the who special advisers and he pulled. French pleased into hameed. Idaho page pays the times. Say on important. Was.

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"liberal democrats" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"liberal democrats" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"And this look at this next one because here is from that survey and what it shows us is something incredible which is a huge divide in opinion between those are vaccinated. and those who are unvaccinated their perception. Now the question is which comes closer to your view about the news that some people might need boosters the first one it shows the vaccines are not working as well as promised and that among the unvaccinated seventy one percent said the need for boosters shows that there's something wrong with the vaccine those were vaccinated only nineteen percent one in five. Say that that shows that there's a problem the second question. Well that shows that the scientists are continuing to find ways to make them more effective. Now that was very popular among vaccinated. Seventy eight percent agreed with that sentiment and only again twenty two percent of the unvaccinated thought that meant that. They're working hard to make them more effective. So you see dr paul. Almost a mirror image between vaccinated and unvaccinated their attitudes their views about What the booster shots means but but there's also another division and the political division conservative republicans and liberal democrats. That goes to show not so much that they have deep thinking people on both sides. And they're making these decision. It just means that the propaganda machine works to a degree and they appeal to certain groups and they were able to You know can convince those on the left side that Unique government is all the problems if you're if you're a conservative libertarian. That means you despise government and you don't like people and you would allow people to die and this sort of thing and You silly folks you even want us quit fighting wars overseas for twenty years at a clip Because there's no purpose in it no. They won't accept that but No i i think that The the polling is important in does show some but it has a lot to do with propagandizing to yes. It does well. Here's a second set of polls that we looking at today. That were fascinating a lot. Actually in the trends are not looking good for biden his attempt to control the narrative on. Kobe was looking at that next one. This is an ipsos. Axios poll on americans trust in biden and fascinating because americans trust in joe biden to provide them with accurate information on covert is on the decline according to the latest episodes corona virus index. Fewer than half this is all americans not vaccinated republicans fewer than half of all americans. Now say they trust the president. That's thirteen percentage point decline in. Let's look at this next one. Here's the graph that will show you the next clip. Here is the graph from this same article. Trust in biden to provide accurate information on cova declines. This is from a january The total was fifty..

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"liberal democrats" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"liberal democrats" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"A julia brey. Her first broadcast interview is going to talk to us about finding out. She has breast ahead of her surgery next month. And days before angle. Mirko aka mercy steps down as chancellor of germany after sixteen years. What will the history books say. But i the toxicity of the debate around trans rights and self identification which means the ability to have the legal right self declare your gender rather than provide medical evidence of gender dysphoric. I is an issue across all political parties and it reached the lip dams at their annual conference. This weekend. Just to remind you being able to legally self ideas. It's known and i just defined is not happening in england. It was taken off the table by the government. By boris johnson. But it is set to happen in scotland under nicholas sturgeon and her alliance with the greens. The lib dem's also support it and the lid dams leader said david has been questioned about nestle bird a formula damn activist who was banned from holding party office for a decade off to wearing a t-shirt carrying that phrase woman colon adult human female trans rights activists say the phrase is associated with hostility. Have a listen to this. From andrew. mars interview with sir had yesterday. I do want to come back to this phrase. What is wrong with the phrase explained. We're watching what is wrong with the phrase woman adult human female. What's wrong with that. Well i mean you. The phrase actually doesn't really encapsulate the debate to test. What's the problem with it. The the issue that we have been really clear is that trans woman is a woman at trans man is a man and that is the issue that we're fighting. We believe trans rights or human rights. But i do you to ross boston because it was a time. Let's face it. I mean let's be honest andrew. These are difficult issues for many people. The nissan off. Boris johnson amendment. And onto a david and the liberal democrats. Because the reason. I keep using that phrase. I'm sure you know. Is that one of your members natalie. Bird has been banned from standing as a liberal democrat in any circumstances for ten years because she wore a t shirt which had that slogan on it. We have a complaints issues which are not part of the total independence common an individual case. What i can say what worries that is true office told you what is true and the liberal democrats used to be a tolerant. Open party keen for debate and keen above all for free speech. Now you're disagree with natalie bird. She disagrees with you but with that single phrase cost out of your party we liberal as we absolutely believe in free speech but we also believe that we need to protect human rights. And we believe in equality david talking yesterday on the andrea program. I'm joined now by christine giardina. Mp for edinburgh west and the party's treasury spokesperson. Good morning..

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"liberal democrats" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"liberal democrats" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Social programs, including childcare, home healthcare and Universal pre K as well as climate change initiatives. But the initial writing is just one step in a longer ongoing process. Working with our colleagues in the House, we will have met the target date of September, 15th said in the budget resolution. For producing text to review Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer using the budget reconciliation process to allow passage with a simple majority. At this point. Not all Democrats are on board. West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin opposes so much spending 3.5 trillion, which would be on top of a more traditional infrastructure bill that has some bipartisan support. Republicans say the larger bill would be a dangerous growth of government. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy telling Fox News the transformation of America to become more of a socialist. European type country that they're going to have government deciding almost everything in your life in the White House, steering reporters away from the price tag this week, Deputy Press secretary Karine Jean Pierre emphasizing the word investments and calling $3.5 trillion, not accurate. She also declined to speculate on what other number the president might support. Because we don't know what actually can pass in the house and the Senate and in particular the Senate to start with, Um It's very possible that this number comes down. Fuck these Congressional correspondent Chad program Maybe 1.5 to $2 trillion. That's a distinct possibility right there because you need to court the vote of moderates. As I put it this week, it's the Mods versus the squad. You have moderate Democrats like Joe Manchin of West Virginia and Kirsten Cinema of Arizona. Democrats need all 50 votes to stick together to pass this The Senate. They have 50 Democrats and 50 Republicans. So they need to pass this with all 50 Democrats and then get Vice President Harris to break the tie. And so if you don't have them all aligned, that's a problem now, if you lower the cost of the bill. You create another problem. You might get moderate Democrats in the House of Representatives who are game to vote on this if it's a lower bill, and it's paid for, But then you start to have attrition among liberal Democrats who want to 3.5 Trillion You know, you talk to Jamal Bowman from New York and Alexandria, Ocasio, Cortez and others, and they will repeatedly say That that was the compromise they wanted more like six trillion So how they work this all out? You know, we talk about legislating sometimes as Goldilocks not too hot, not too cold, just right. They have to find that sweet spot on the democratic side of the aisle. And it has to be all on the democratic side of the aisle because Republicans aren't going to support this at all. To pay for the plan, House Democrats have been working on proposed tax hikes in line with what President Biden has called for repeatedly. Higher taxes on wealthier Americans and corporations. So tired of trickle down, I asked, when is the middle class done better? That the wealthy haven't done incredibly well? I can't think of a time taxes in general, though, are not a unanimous issue for Democrats at the annual Met Gala fundraiser for a New York City museum on Monday night, Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio Cortez wore a gown with tax the rich emblazoned and giant red letters. But she's critical of something. Other Democrats from high tax states, including New York want To get rid of a cap on state and local tax deductions known as salt that was part of the Trump tax plan. Another issue that could become a bargaining chip is immigration. Democrats are really trying to stuff and maybe that's the proper verb to use here. Immigration reform and pathways to citizenship for people into this bill now by using this special budget process called reconciliation, which eliminates the filibuster, which is why they can do this with 51 votes. Even if that's the vice president, you need to have all items in this bill pertained to taxes and revenue. Well, if you're talking about salt In New York State and New Jersey. Well, that counts that's taxes and revenue. If you're talking about immigration policy, is that really, you know, a tax and revenue issue Maybe. If you can make the argument that it you know, constitutes so much money on the GDP or so much money, so many new taxpayers or something like that. So Democrats have gotten an audience. With Elizabeth McDonough. She is the Senate parliamentarian and what Democrats are essentially doing here is working the ref working Elizabeth MacDonald to make their case to say this should be in the bill. Now I bring that up for a very important reason Lisa because if they diminish the overall size of the bill And they put immigration in there. If Elizabeth McDonough rules in a way that is favorable to the Democrat on the immigration policy question, then these liberal Democrats like Ocasio Cortez in the squad, and others would be hard pressed to oppose that bill. And so that's something to watch for very closely in the coming days and maybe even weeks. I know Senator Manchin, in addition to having concern about the overall spending level and may be concerned about the level, so I think it's especially the corporate tax rate that he's concerned about how high that would go because it could affect global competition for the US he's actually raised inflation. As one of his concerns as well on ABC s this week. People are talking to me in West Virginia about the price of gas, the price of everything they buy, including their groceries, how it's affecting them. So is anyone else talking about inflation? Well, certainly the Republicans are but you know, some people might take a step back and say You're still going to spend $1.5 trillion Joe Manchin. That's still a lot. Won't that inflate the economy? It might not be 3.5 Trillion or six trillion, or whatever else and this is on the heels of, you know $5 trillion being spent to deal with Covid last year. And the Democrats spending $2 trillion 1.9 trillion dollars on their own Covid bill in March. So you see why people are able to address this question of inflation. And is it because of all this profligate spending, some of which has been needed frankly. Over the past year and a half these social spending the bigger bill that's on the table. Is it still being linked? I know it was by house progressives, but overall, is it still considered to be tied? To the fate of the smaller, so called bipartisan bill that is more about traditional infrastructure. Is it possible for one to attempt to pass without the other? Or could there be a situation where There's really nothing and I mean with that. Would Who would that hurt? More if they don't even get basic infrastructure past. Ah ha! You know, I saw the new trailer this week for the upcoming Matrix movie. So let me take you down the rabbit hole here If you have this hard date this hard deadline that Nancy Pelosi, the speaker of the House set To vote on the bipartisan infrastructure plan. This was an agreement with moderates, she said. We're going to do this. By or on the 27th of September. The Liberals have basically said We're not going to support that may be and Ocasio Cortez certainly said this the other day. If we don't have the 3.5 trillion ready to go. The moderates secured this deal with Pelosi. About a month ago because they said, We're not willing to vote on the 3.5..

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"liberal democrats" Discussed on Recode Decode

Recode Decode

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"liberal democrats" Discussed on Recode Decode

"But the policies themselves don't resolve into tidy moments where you can say that person told me the truth about what their policy objective with do or this person had a great idea and it failed in the market of policy ideas. For how do you bring that to a resolution. Because i think that's to me one of the reasons. The more partisan journalists are succeeding. Right now is they're constantly talia narrative and that narrative comes to end points whereas i think kind of traditional journalism doesn't allow for this in points. I take your point now. I would say this. The political marketplace does reward folks who eventually were proven right. Rock obama is he president of the united states without having a demonstrable speech where he came out against the iraq war he was able to show his judgements. He came out against it in two. There was proof he came out against it in. Oh two it was about the closest thing i could think of when you were going with your like all right is there. What can i think of. And i'm like well the iraq war in hindsight right. Here's one of these. Subjective challenge your back. I would argue the iraq. Words is like a formative political doubt right. I was in college. My friends are protesting written getting arrested on lakeshore drive for protesting. If it felt like everybody in the country under the age of twenty five knew it was stupid and the media at the time which was not the internet media. The big broadcast media was like we're doing it. We're charging after an out. I feel like i'm going to be paying for the iraq war for the rest of my life in some way right That is split that has completely broken. Open there's not an issue in america right now where you cannot find some collection of choices making an argument procon in the idea that because obama was against it and he got elected it still doesn't change that repercussion. Right that long running reprecussions but it. It worked for him and gave him credibility on other view. Yeah now lemme argue the other side of it. Tax cuts republicans have argued for your tax cuts paid for themselves right. There is not a liquor truth there is no supports this anyway and then when you present them with the data the tax cuts pay for themselves all well. They would've had they not done this or they would have had you. Not you know so. The problem in american politics is it even when somebody's point of view. Is you know the rationale for decision. They make is proven wrong. They usually because there's enough of a following on one side or the other there's enough people invested in making sure that even when their narrative is wrong they have to defend why it was wrong is that they can say well. It would have paid for themselves. Had there not been reckless ending by the liberal democrats. Some unprovable ambiguous shot. That sort of sounds good to the base of party act so i do see what you're saying. This is the hardest part of. I think covering politics is. I always say fact. Checking is sometimes very subjective in its objective because what i said said on tax cuts that checking. There's no proof that is true but it can't rule that it's not true because they're arguing actually over future facts you know pay for themselves if these ten set of things happen to well. Those things never happened. It doesn't happen in the real world. This is wrong so in that sense. Your point is accurate. Which is this is an extraordinarily subjective world sports and tact ultimately the product works of the product doesn't team wins or the team loose. When you're a small business owner know it feels like to be drowning under a sea of emails whether you manufacture scooters or sell coffee. it's a familiar feeling chains. Get longer information gets mixed up pretty soon. You're sending your bean distributor in order for more yellow toner. What was streaking. Go from treading.

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"liberal democrats" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"liberal democrats" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

"All the narrative and the polls leading up to this that they were going to take it so it does feel like more of a more of a sorts of setback than normally a by election loss by the governing party. Would i mean everyone. I hope the listeners have seen the wonderful sort of erin. Bustani tweet from yesterday. That was basically talking about the election as if labor had lost it and were saying that. What labor could have done to win. It would be for. Kissed tom to have visited the constituency and then and then today literally fasting in the morning he tweets. What labor did right to wait in that constituency was that they kept starmer away. Which is the classic. You know whatever happens confirms exactly what genuinely raise your honor. I'm i. I suppose by thinking more in the short term. I know what you're saying about the challenges labor's going to have in the next general election. But it seems that the off to that whole fuss with with angela. Raina being demoted the new national campaign. Cheshire barnum and mood and a deputy conor mcginn. We're getting quite a loss of granada. Praise from mp's and activists in the lead up to the into to the by election. And obviously this is a result of course result. But it's a result. There's been quite shakeup in chaos stomas often and a lot of people who were clearly doing a bad job have gone suggest in the short term is this is that appointment fuller that shake-up followed by this result. A sign that perhaps lotto with people that we call it lotto did in the coleman days. But it's it's still lotta tight is sort of getting. It is going to shit together. Yes i think is moving in a positive direction. And i just think if nothing else. It's a good cultural reset. If we think about how diabolically. The reshuffle was handled earlier in the year on the messaging around that whereas this time you've got some great reinforcement messaging of we've brought in some fresh blood and look how to win. So yeah i think just culturally internally for them it will be the boost. They need to to to carry on an. I'm i'm pretty hopeful about some new appointments. I think i think in many of them are incredibly experienced in good people with some great ideas and i think what we're going to end. Is this kind of chris around lotto You can't get any penetrates. And i think that now going to be much more open to connectors and people that have got good ideas from outside. The traditional Policy thinkers and think tanks that they would normally work with bruton to give you an idea and share and much more collegiate comprehensive weddings. I'm quite excited about served. There was little electoral result yesterday. That i think has just popping enable onto cobham and downside. It had little by election for the wood for the umbrage council. Now is this in the east shera moten constituency here in dominic rob's backyard And there was a massive swing of eighteen point something percent to the liberal democrats that puts the the the council from conservative control to liberal democrat control and like i said that's in dominic rob's backyard. I'm so i united. I've been banging this drum for some months. Now i think the conservatives by pouring money into the north and this new if it's new rhetoric this new friend of the working man stick. I think they have left themselves. Very vulnerable in other more traditionally conservative constituencies in which actually numerically. They are in a in a marginal situation so may be labor should depend paying attention to the numbers as they are today rather than the historical patents as they were twenty years ago. Now that constituency. Alex you're right to mention because they had the largest swing to the lib-dems in one thousand nine hundred general election on a harding is liberal democrat kanda and she does a lot of work around progressive alliance stuff on a she continues pay. 'cause right probably will take that seat. From dominic robb the next election we'll sichuanese on an uncommonly upbeat emerged. Travis will receive. Maybe we should call these shotton. Freud additions rather than emergence woods. Let's just call a congo over what with with the hancock affair and then england germany. And now this one with with much safe-space horror. Thank you alex. Thank you nemi get johnny. Thanks listening. We'll see you on the regular show.

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"liberal democrats" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"liberal democrats" Discussed on KTOK

"Liberal Democrats wanted to see happen and she did that. It's it's a hard thing to do. You have to thread a needle, but I guess I am more optimistic than the others on the panel. We're going to see bipartisan you'll get through and then a follow on reconciliation. But it's not going to be $6 Trillion. That is the Bernie Sanders wish list, but a bill that is two trillion to follow and build this to $20 that is still a substantial amount of money. Carl. What are the chances and what are the risk to Republicans that have Chuck Schumer keeps bringing up? Packages that Joe Manchin. I hate to bring it down to him. But you kind of have to the Joe Manchin likes, for instance, his version of voting rights, and if Republicans keep killing them, that mansion and a couple of those other centre right Democrats might say, You know what? We're not going to kill the filibuster, but we're going to reduce the number of votes it takes to end debate. From 60 to 55 Remember it used to be 67. Now, then I took it to 60. So it's not the end of the world to drop it from 60 to 55. Well, there's always that risk that was not only mansion but Kristin Cinema, who's expressed a opposition to changing the rules. You also have others who have expressed concerns about about changing the filibuster. Dianne Feinstein made some comments recently. Jeanne Shaheen, whom you mentioned expressed concerns about changing it, But yes, we run that risk. But I would I would support Susan. I'm reasonably optimistic about getting a infrastructure bipartisan agreement. We also saw last week a bipartisan bill on challenging China. We are likely to see bipartisanship on a dreamer's bill and Lindsey Graham put his figure out. We can get a bipartisan police reform bill. There may be enough if you take it all step back for a moment and take a look at it. The Congress is doing enough in a bipartisan fashion that these extreme measures that the administration is pushing six, you know, $44.2 trillion in new taxes. And and you're right. Bernie Sanders is $6 trillion, but the administration is not far behind. All right panel. We're going to have to take a break here. We will see you later in the hour Up. Next, we'll sit down with the president's national security.

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"liberal democrats" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"liberal democrats" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Spending the money in emergency covert assistance will not be a drag on the economy. We need to make these investments for the economy can grow remainder this year and next year investments now will help the economy growth. Mr. Biden, who was joined by Treasury secretary yelling for an economic briefing, said the risk is in not doing enough. Some Republicans are balking at the $1.9 trillion price tag. While some liberal Democrats want to spend even more great Clugston the White House Republican Senator Lindsey Graham, is reviving his effort to grant citizenship to some illegal immigrant. Senator Graham is now working closely with Senate Majority Whip Democrat Dick Durbin to revive the Dream Act, which would grant a pathway to citizenship. Those brought into the country illegally as Children, Graham says reviving the issue will be a starting point for broader talks about immigration. A major sticking point is the Republican focus on linking a pathway for dreamers to more funding for border security. Such a compromise was favored even by former President Trump but rejected at the time by Democrats opposed to any new funding for the president's border. Wall Ball again Reporting the 48th annual march for life was held in Washington, D. C and online Friday, a smaller group of pro life leaders and supporters gathered in Washington for a smaller march to the Supreme Court to protest the Roe versus Wade decision of 1973 because of social distancing. Supporters were encouraged to participate online. Share their thoughts and prayers. Virtually Republican Congressman Chris Smith in New Jersey who co chairs the Congressional Pro Life Caucus, shared remarks about the importance of the day it all Pro life. Members of Congress know that whether in person or virtual, we are together strong representatives from churches, pro life groups and advocates also remarked on the need to stay vigilant in the cause for life..

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"liberal democrats" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"liberal democrats" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Ideological and political goals of the media and the Democrat Party. It's unconscionable. It is unconscionable. What's happening to this country? People talk about unity. We need to bring the country together. I'm all for it. But these constant references to the Third Reich and Nazis That Republicans should resign because they dare to legally legitimately follow the procedures and raise questions they dare to question the constitutional acts. Unconstitutional acts. I should say of some of these states, you're not allowed to do it. Another president of the United States must resign. He must resign. 12 days before he leaves office, according to the absolute morons at The Wall Street Journal. Because the instigated violence, he said nothing about violence. It was Kamala Harris, who embraced violence. It's Nancy Pelosi, who sits in judgment of the president. Who called federal law enforcement at the federal courthouse in Portland Stormtroopers. Not once but twice. It's Clyburn, one of our deputies, who called them stormtroopers. This is sickening. Sickening. They have quadruple down. Since the breach of the Capitol building. And you're going to hear something that you're not going to believe when Dan Bongino comes on here in just five or six minutes. There's an oligopoly out there and oligopoly in Silicon Valley. It's led by Liberal Democrats. They're overpowering our country. They're using Social media. Which had been a platform for communication, the good the bad and the ugly. They have now used it consolidated it. To advance a party and an agenda and to attack freedom of speech. I'm not talking about the First Amendment. There's no government here. I'm talking about attacking freedom of speech. They're using you folks. Millions of you who are on Facebook and Twitter. Because trying to follow what I'm saying. And the articles on presenting they're trying to tell me what the say. They're trying to control me. Now This is fascism. This is Nazism. Free speech.

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