21 Burst results for "Linda Sanchez"
"linda sanchez" Discussed on The Small Business Radio Show
"Change? Isn't that frustrating when these messy humans get in the way of these perfect? Exactly. I think it's part of your biology, right? Exactly. And it's a very real thing. The status quo bias. So behavioral economists say you'll send Zach Hauser. They prove that humans tend to prefer what we already have. We overvalue the status quo even when the alternative is better. And so we're going against our natural biases to say, hey, there's got to be another way forward. But at the same time, I think if the last couple of years have shown us anything, it's that the status quo on so many levels just is not tenable. And so there's a big opportunity here. For us, we're not going to get comfortable in that. Survive team, but to actually be able to navigate shaking spirit towards more positive ink. So why do people, why would people rather stay with the status quo or is it because they feel it's safer? No matter what is really happening yeah, it's more comfortable. So there's something called the big 5 personality test. I'm not a big fan of personally, that's in general, but there's one, the big 5, which is, I think, most social scientists tend to prefer. And one of the traits is something called openness. You kind of think of it as a spectrum. So on one end, we've got what we call preservers. Those are people who tend to kind of keep things away that they are. And on the other end, we have explorers. Those are the ones that kind of like to shake things up. And of course, there's a spectrum anywhere in between. Now, to be clear, there's a role for preservers to take action of working in a library. You don't want every single librarian around the country to come up with their own version of the Dewey decimals. I think. We're going to find anything. Exactly. But you can kind of have our own natural biology that tells us where we are, the cares what you're listening to. Where do you place yourself on that spectrum? So it's more comfortable to kind of how we're wired. But again, what I like to write about, my book is about how can you take that nurture piece, maybe not everyone will naturally be in explorer, but how can you move ourselves a bit more towards that side? Because my stance on it is that, hey, it's becoming necessity to become the chief speaker. And so what is your definition, Alex of what a change maker is? I keep it radically inclusive. So simply put, I say, I change maker leads hard to change from wherever they are. And so crucially in there, there's no mention of roles or of titles. They did scale of change in the book and the way I teach it, it's for everyone. So a Nobel Prize winner has just much claimed to be a changemaker as an entry level product banker who's kind of pushing me on the load on a new product. So I want everyone to see themselves as a potential G three or something that each of us can add on to our existing identities. So how do you define positive change because people all sorts of spectrum. Some people say everyone says they're doing positive change, but I might think that change is really destructive. For sure. I mean, I think about change as itself a value neutral. It's a bit like technology. Technology can be used for amazing positive aims. It can be used in really destructive ways as well. So I think the same with change as well. And so what I hope is that when thinking about becoming a cheat maker, that there's these layers, these approaches that make you both more effective in the change. But also increase elected that will be a more positive change. So bringing in things like empathy, how do you know that the cheese you're eating is actually going to be positive for other people as well. Linda Sanchez wrote in Harvard Business review. Her findings that over 50% of C suite executives don't take into account with the exchange, how people on the front lines will appreciate that change. And to me, that reminds me that it's not enough to just be right when you're leading change. You've got to find ways to effectively communicate it to you in positive ways. And also the checking in to make sure this is something people actually want for you just doing it by yourself in your office and saying, this is a TV need when maybe the community around you doesn't actually want that. So one of the things you have to do if you're going to lead change successfully because we know a lot of executives initiate change, but a lot of times not successful. So for example, like the merger of two companies or something along those lines or we're going to shift from this business model to a new business model. That's right. And so I love the work that's been done. So that's changing consulting firm. And they read about the three types of people you meet while the age change. So there's the champions. So the champions got to hit them on board. Early delegate to them, get them involved. Because they're excited about what you're doing. Then there's a fence sitters. And this is where a lot of us tend to send a lot of our time, but they say, hold off of the tensors, not quite yet. And then the third group is the cynics. And we, as people like to lead change with one of the change or have a vision, we tend to want to get really frustrated by these things and just say, hey, get out of our way. But no girlfriends it, and I think a helpful way. They say that often a cynic is just a disappointed
"linda sanchez" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"Passed a law barring abortion from birth, the Supreme Court would strike it down, saying that it is not within the power of interstate commerce. I'm just telling you that's what would happen. Brett Kavanaugh essentially says as much in his concurrence in Dobbs. Nonetheless, abortion did become an animating issue for a lot of Democrats. I thought that Republicans were going to do a better job of avoiding this issue, but they didn't. According to The New York Times, voters in three states, California Vermont, and highly contested Michigan decided to protect abortion rights in their state constitutions. In a fourth, Kentucky, a conservative bastion and home to Mitch McConnell. Voters rejected an amendment saying their constitution gave no right to an abortion. For decades abortion politics worked a certain way, rallying the Republican base and abortion opponents with far more intensity than abortion right supporters conservative evangelicals and Catholics often voted on abortion or the future of the Supreme Court, even if it meant compromising other priorities. But overturning roe versus wade appears to have flipped the script. In the months since the June decision, Democrats seized on the issue, linking abortion to everyday family economics and healthcare, Tapping into voter fears about the rise of far right Republicans, and then they wove that into broader democratic messaging about Republicans extreme views. By the way, this is statistically true. I mean, the one group in America that went heavily for the Democrats is single women. Single women went heavily for the Democrats. Presumably because of the issue of abortion. Does that mean that pro lifers should avoid the issue? No, it doesn't mean pro life or should avoid the issue. What it does mean is that pro lifers should use common sense. When it comes to what they believe they can actually get done, and when it comes to how they campaign, particularly again, for federal office, you're running for state legislature different thing. You should be honest about what it is that you are seeking. And about what it is that you can achieve. Okay, but when you wrap all of this up, there is one problem for the Democrats. One very, very large problem for the Democrats. And that is that the under the tip of the iceberg, this election was the tip of the iceberg. The iceberg under the water is moving against the Democrats. Demographic trends are actually now moving against the Democrats. Sean trendy over at RealClearPolitics. He says one of the quiet stories under the hood is Republicans are looking like they will win the popular vote. Probably a popular vote swing of 5% depends on how California works out, swinging about 2% of the chamber. The generic polls by the way are likely to be about spot on. Why? An easy story is uncontested seeds. There are about 8 more GOP on contested than Democrats. But some of those, they don't count any votes. So and that hurts the GOP. There are seats where two Democrats ran against each other, so double dip. California has a lot of votes left to count and building that into my estimate, Republicans are up 6 in the generic ballot right now. A 5 point swing would have them win by two. California had a gap of 4 million in the popular vote it looks about half the ballots are counted already. Some states like Arizona will see final counts that are helpful. So what explains it? Some of it is a chart that he talked about again and again, the cycle at R plus two, the popular vote is still nestled in a valley where there just aren't that many seats to flip. There are not that many seats within that R plus two or D plus two segments of the congressional seats. The seats are now kind of polarized out. There are a lot of R plus tens and a lot of D plus tens. So a Tron trendy says is, in other words, the Biden plus ten levy held. Combined that was some bad candidates in Biden minus ten districts, like Ohio 9. And you get a fuller explanation, but the quiet story under the hood is something I talked about last year. Republicans did relatively well with black and especially Hispanic voters, but it didn't translate to seeds. So for example, Benny Thompson is at 58% in his minority majority district in Mississippi. That's a bad number for many Thompson. Still means he won by 1520 points. Linda Sanchez is at 54% in a 66% 62 66% Clinton 62% Biden district. Anyway, nice reminder that structural advantages aren't permanent and as the GOP vote migrates to rural areas where they're already strong or minority areas where they'll do better but not well enough to win. They're going to start to produce some of the inefficiencies that it would be double Democrats these past few cycles. What are you talking about there is the Democrats complaining that they win the popular vote but lose the Electoral College. Here, what you see is that the Republicans win going away in the congressional popular vote, but they don't pick up as many seats as they should because a lot of the seats are apportioned differently. What does that mean for the Democrats? Well, it was not an amazing day for the Democrats. It was a Dodge the bullet day for the Democrats. And what happened here is that Republicans pulled pulled failure out of the jaws of victory. This is what happened. The Republicans had this thing, and then they blew this thing. They ran a bunch of bad candidates, they campaigned badly, they didn't have any cohesive and coherent messaging.
"linda sanchez" Discussed on They Call Us Bruce
"So it was keeping the Asian American community together, but then grouping it with a Latino majority seat. And it became very democratic. And Linda Sanchez was the incumbent there. She was running there. It was going to be safe democratic seat, Linda's great. So it wouldn't make any sense to be running there. But an opportunity arose to run in a southern seat. And this new seat had about 30% of the old CA 39. So you had brea, Fullerton, Buena Park, placenta, and those are part of the old CA 39. And then it extended further south. And it included la Palma, cerritos, artesia Hawaiian gardens, rossmore, Los alamitos, Cyprus, Westminster, Fountain Valley, Garden Grove, and midway city. And this district actually became the most AAPI district in Southern California, more Asian than Judy chew's district. Yeah, that's what people need to know if for outside of California listeners who aren't familiar with California communities and locales like that district is now hella Asian to put it. Yeah. I mean, but that's part of the reason why things are so complicated, right? I mean, whether it was in 39 or in this new district, these are races where both Democrat and the Republican are API, our Asian American. And in this race, you're running against Michelle Steele, who is, I guess, kind of the incumbent because she was a congressperson, but I guess because the district line has been redrawn, everybody sort of up for grabs. But she is Korean American, right? Yes. And she's Korean American. And a Republican. So she won her seat. She defeated Harley ruda in the old CA 48. And that was like a Newport B, Huntington Beach, coastal district. And she waged a pretty nasty campaign called him a communist, and I'm sure that's going to come up later in this podcast. The whole communism thing, but call him a communist, use the red scare tactic and beat him by two points. And then that district, the bulk of it, got redrawn with Irvine, Irvine got included with it. And so Katie Porter, who many people know, is now running in that seat, so steel decided she wasn't going to run against Katie Porter and the $20 million war chest that she had acquired. So she decided to run for this inland seat. So there's only about 16, 17% overlap between her currency and the one that she's running for now. So, but you know, technically she's considered the incumbent. I mean, was she popular even when she was in her seat? Because, you know, I think generally the vibe feels to me like she didn't do a hell of a lot as a Congress person, right? No. And the seat that she won had a 5 point Republican registration advantage. Harley ruda defeated Dana rohrabacher for that scene. Dana was known as Putin's favorite congressman. All right. And so it was great, but it was always going to be a tough seat to hold on to. And still had a 5 point Republican registration advantage won it by two points. So I wouldn't say that she was especially strong or had a large mandate.
"linda sanchez" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Stephanie Miller. Wow, wow. Okay. It is the Stephanie Miller show, Jodie Hamilton's here. Hi, we I'm not making it weird. Yes, you are. You make it weird. It's weird. It's weird. It's too much. You make it too much family. And then we all get weird. It's nice to have somebody in the studio for women. It is my change. Yes. Oh my God. It's funny. So this story we talked about democratic congresswoman Linda Sanchez flipping off the Republican side of the softball. Uh huh. First of all, that's our job to be vulnerable. Yes. But secondly, there is more to the story. These are people that ask the president, right? And Trump and all his Tucker Carl, they're all laughing. So please, with the clutch. She ripped Republican women who trashed her when it appeared she flipped off Republicans at the congressional baseball game instead of standing up against the heckler. She says prompted it. She said, that's why it really struck a nerve when I heard an offensive and misogynistic comment from the Republican side on my way back to the dugout in the heat of the moment. I reacted. She clarified she wasn't flipping off the GOP team, but a fan on the Republican side. She said it wasn't the team. It was an obnoxious fan who shouts misogynistic at me every single year. There you go. Yeah. So, hey, you know, this is the environment we live in. Our fans, our Hodgins. Christina in South Carolina, you're on the Stephanie Miller show, hello, Christina. Thank you. Help mommy. We're taking that call. Yes, ma'am. Go ahead. Hi, so I'm calling Ivana Trump's great site. And I apologize if this has already been said on the show. But it is something that I actually heard listening to Tom Hartman yesterday, a caller said that, according to New Jersey law, cemeteries can't be seized in a bankruptcy. There's always another angle, right? So there's always another angle. I don't think it's just a taxes. And honestly, also teetering on the edge of conspiracy theory here. I think everything about how she died, the timing of how she died all films incredibly fishy. I'm actually kind of under the impression that she might not even be on the golf course, especially if, you know, I would think that the Trump family would put up some kind of huge thank you. Christina, while we're talking about that. Yeah, while we're on the conspiracy trade, someone said that also means it's private property. She can't be exhumed. Right. She's cremated. If she's cremated, it wouldn't matter. Oh, if she was screaming. But Christina, that's what I was saying. It seems like we were saying it's understandable. She had a stroke or a heart attack or something and fell, but their corners report was just so blunt force. Yeah, that's it. Which is just weird, right? That no toxicology, since when don't they do a toxicology? If anybody that falls. Right. Yes. Okay. Paul and Seattle, you're on with Jodi. Hello, Paul. Hi, I was just thinking about the idea of using democratic money to support so called moderate reasonable Republicans, but unfortunately there will never be such a Republican ever again because the entire party is beholden to the NRA and the gun industry who are dependent on demonizing Democrats to keep the base angry so they can keep buying guns because everybody who wants a gun already has two or three or four or 6 and if you're going to keep selling guns to them, you got to keep demonizing the Democrats, so even if a moderate gets in there, they will soon be out if they don't follow toe the line about demonizing the Democrats so that the whole negotiating and bipartisanship is over. Yeah, yeah. Yeah, go ahead. We're not using democratic mind to support moderate Republicans. It's democratic money to support the crazy lunatic ones that are the ones we're supporting. Yeah. You know, when I say you
"linda sanchez" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Dike softball player me how much that story warms my heart that you made that all about? Thank you. I don't even know what I know, nothing about sports. You know what, you know, just quickly who was at Linda Sanchez Democrat flipped off the Republican bench as she trotted past it during the congressional baseball game. Okay. Personally, well, I've lost a dance off to both Sanchez sisters in addition to representative Maxine waters. So you would think I would be bitter, but I just I don't what else do you do with people that vote against gay people and veterans with cancer on the same day? They're awful, awful people. She could leave that part to us, though, and just, you know. We've got a low brow. That's why we're here. So, I know, it's a little in our lane. I know. Unfortunately, because they have a D after their names we have control of. They will run that on Fox News all day. Of all the committees in the Senate. But we have to get over this concept that they're going to run something on Fox News that is good. Right. Right. Exactly. We can't go on about that. This is why we had Eric swalwell on yesterday and we thanked him for being an alpha liberal. I love the way he fights back. Yes. He should teach other Democrats how to punch and counterpart. He's effective as a legislator, but he's also a troll. Trolls on Twitter on TV. Yes. Exactly. That's the kind of person we need on Capitol Hill. Right. Okay. We all agree, Loretta. That they are number one. Republicans are number one. Exactly. They are their number one. We should just, as you said, Travis just stand back and let the big bag of rats fight fight, fight, fight. Trump ridicules Mitch McConnell over the Senate. He said he's being played by Joe Manchin. Yes. I fight fight. Oh my God. Oh, I'm sorry, go ahead. I look at them and I'm like, the idea that I did it anyone, this would be my Trump. The only person he's not going to turn on is himself. Right. It's going to be only person. Right. He's already used entire name. Right. Trump didn't know anything. She does not talk about so close to Kerry and coffee. Oh. Exactly. Dangerously close to that coffee carrying. But she doesn't have to worry about it because her husband wouldn't got $2 billion from the mall. Yes. And let me tell you something, what you're Justice Department needs to be doing is watching Trump's bank account because you know daddy got to get a taste. Yeah. She know that. Yes, exactly. Charles writes, is there a version of the Stephanie Miller show available that edits us her singing? You know, I don't really unnecessary. Charles and no, just take it. That's right. You're a good Patreon. Okay. You sang? Okay. Kirsten and Kristen. We can do a special Patreon level where they are not the singing. Yeah, exactly. Kristen and Michigan, you're on the Stephanie Miller show. Welcome. Good morning to you all. Hello. I love from the voter to me. Yeah. So the funk is just killing me this morning, you guys. This is great. We've got the funk. And yeah, exactly. In France, big shout out. If you love the funk from the 80s, it's the WLB old school music. Yeah. That's so funny of Detroit. Exactly, exactly. Angela's from the Detroit shelves. She is. I'd love to be invited to the jailhouse funk party. And the prince prison party. Yes, yes, exactly. And are you coming to Detroit with the sexy liberal ever? I sent for angel a list of all the venues. I know. We are the only doing one just the Midwest one in Chicago, September 24th. We're doing one east coast one West Coast one Midwest. So come to Chicago. Come to Chicago. Oh my God. It's gonna be so fun. I've been emailing with Karen and she's like, yes. Thank you. Okay. Okay. Hi, long time listener. Never called and you guys are awesome. Thank you so much. We love you back. Everything you do. We love you back. Right? Oh, yay. Oh, is that your Michigan T-shirt? Hooray. Okay. Okay. I don't even know what they're doing. I don't know. I'm just, we're not chasing waterfalls here at the home
"linda sanchez" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"I'll take that bet. You ready for the ready for the there's an invitation that I mentioned to you that you were really hesitant about for me. And it was an invitation that was made and then it kind of went away and it has not been reissued and I don't know whether to want to overanalyze but under analyze. It was a podcast invitation. Joe Walsh, Joe Walsh. Don't you dare. Well, you talk about all the rails. It's crickets and tumbleweeds. That's good. So he invited me. We had the date ready to go. And then he, I don't know if he got COVID. So he got sick or his producer got sick, and it was like, hey, we'll circle back. And then that has not they keep circling. All right, let's circle. First of all, thank you for the cat camock narrative and the way you describe that, because I didn't see that part. I saw the other classless Democrats flip off the Republicans in the dugout at the congressional baseball game, Linda Sanchez, but I did not see. I've got Yuri scouring now the C-SPAN clip. If you take a look for it, I can actually send it to you if you want me. And she bowls him over at home. Absolutely destroys senator Chris Murphy at the plate. But then they both get up. They're smiling. They dust themselves off. It was a wonderful day. I love that. And then of course, I also know that the classless trashy Linda Sanchez is a perfect metaphor for today's Democrat party. And so there's great two great images that I want to share incidentally. You were trying to remember the name Pete Rose broke ray fossils. Yeah. All right, conversation starter, headline. Democrats hold slight edge over the Republicans in the congressional midterm race, abortion is more important to voters than inflation. Now, you buy on that? Okay. Are you buying that? Okay. Four point lead, according to this USA Suffolk poll. The reason they're posing it that way is they're trying to make it seem like liberals are more upset about the overturning of roe V wade than they are aggrieved by the slings and arrows of inflation. Correct. That's a hard sell. That's a heavy lift over there. I'll tell you something. But here's a weird thing. I often flip the coin and just you and I as conservatives, if you had a choice on balance, where this year of 2022, instead of roe V wade is overturned, but there's raging inflation. I'm going to give you a choice. Time tunnel, January 1st, 2022. Here comes the year, inflation will not happen, but roe V wade remains. Would you take it? Absolutely not. Babies are lives are being saved right now. Exactly. Which is why I asked meaning that the overturning of roe V wade means more to me. I mean, listen, my heart breaks for somebody making 25 grand a year. I don't know how they're filled up the cars with gas. I am not cavalier about that at all, but the overturning of roe V wade is one of the biggest things in my lifetime. And I have to tell you, Mark, watching them fall over themselves, trying to convince us that a recession is not a recession. It's comical. Our buddy Jeff crilley in Dallas Fort Worth. He's got a great prep service. I like Jeff. He's great. And he's terrific. And I follow him. He's got a prep service now. You know, former newsman in the DFW area. Now he's got like a show prep, the kryl, I think it's called the rundown and I like it a lot. And we rely on it for resources and sometimes guest ideas, but even his site. It's not technically a recession, even though it's not technical. Come on. He links to a kiplinger article that says that it's not technically, and the whole litany of all these folks saying two consecutive quarters of contracted spending is as literally a recession. But of course exactly. But right, it's Biden, though. It's Biden, so we got to look back. And there you are making the perfect point. If we had a Republican president right now, do you doubt anyway that'd be like the fires of recession or would be on fire? Let me collapse. That's right. Trump has blown it again. Meanwhile, over Politico, if there's any shred of doubt that anybody has that Politico is a hack, you know, advocacy media site. Here's their tweet..
"linda sanchez" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"And victimized. There's also a clip, part of that clip he talks about his family being targeted. I guess it's not in that segment. Derek was going through this podcast of hoppy kercheval, but you know, there's no question they went after Joe Manchin and his family big time. Big time. And it was a complete bait and switch. And Mitch McConnell is reportedly furious. After Joe Manchin promised, Mitch McConnell, he was not going to be on board with this debacle with this albatross around Americans next. Again, you don't raise taxes in a recession. That's why they are so stupidly trying to pretend it's not a recession. We are absolutely in a recession. Inflation is strangling the American consumer. People are struggling. North southeastern west. And Joe Manchin wants to raise taxes on west virginians and the coal industry? Are you kidding me? They got to him. And he caved. And the texture on the pure talk text line is correct. I was wrong. In hoping that and believing that Joe Manchin was going to honor his word and be true to his constituents, Democrats are going to Democrat. You know, hey, pay attention Republicans. This is how they roll. They stay unified in order to advance their awful agenda. It doesn't matter how much it stinks for the United States. They're going to be unified. So we ought to be too. We ought to be too. 806 5 5 Mike boy, this is a big day in Oklahoma callers today, a Zane is in Oklahoma. What city in Oklahoma are you in? What town? A car seat? Yes, sir, out the oil field. Great to have you on the program. Thanks for joining us. I heard your call as it was describing the pain that he was feeling. Right. And they are inflicting that pain intentionally. Sure are. They know they know that this is going to cause more pain. Mayor Pete said, the greater the pain, the greater the benefit. This is all about trying to move us to the new world order. It's happening around the world. People need to be aware of that wake up. You know, you said something that's so profound, Zayn, and I've said it over and over and over again, but it bears repeating. These aren't bubbling idiots. This destruction is intentional. They look the other way when thousands burn cities down after George Floyd. They look the other way when activists demand that police be defunded. They look the other way when illegals are drowning and dying, crossing the border with their horrific, open border policies, they look the other way when America, they're not even acknowledging the pain of the American people. You're right. The pain is intentional. The destruction is deliberate and the cruelty is the point. It's just like Linda Sanchez at the congressional baseball game last night, the Democrats are giving America the middle finger. Just like she gave the middle finger to the congressional Republicans as they, as the Democrats were getting their butts whipped last night, ten to nothing, the Republicans clobbered them. There's Linda Sanchez with her classless tacky middle finger to the Republicans. That's what the Democrats are doing to the United States. 806 5 5 Mike, 806 5 5 6 four 5 three, we have one open line waiting just for you. Here in the relief factor dot com studios, your voice, your perspective, coming up, use smile Amazon and support the Mike Gallagher show charitable foundation support the blue. School is back and doorbusters are in session at JCPenney. Score best in class deals for your whole crew like 6 9 9 T's and 21 99 denim from Arizona Jean company. Spice up your new space with cook's kitchen essentials starting at 1999. Curry in store while they last, or buy online now, pick up curbside later. Shopping is back, and the savings are too. JCPenney, doorbusters valid on select style three 8 three exclusion supply C store or GCP dot com for details. Mike Gallagher..
"linda sanchez" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"Democrats are leading in the midterm race with a 4% edge over the GOP on the generic congressional ballot. This is a Suffolk university USA Today poll. 44% should if the election were held today, they would vote for a Democrat, only 40% said they'd vote for a Republican a 16% remain undecided. So maybe that's the key if you believe this poll. But I just want to ask you, simple question. Do you honestly believe that more Americans are upset about roe V wade? Being overturned? Then being able to pay the bills, you know, we fall into a trap with polls. And the trap is this. If a poll confirms what we hope for or what we think, we like the poll. If it doesn't, we don't like the poll. And I don't want to fall into that trap. I'm just going to ask you the smartest audience in America. Here in the relief factor dot com studios as we kick things off for a Friday, July 29th. Do you honestly think that this poll is correct that more Americans are concerned about abortion? Than they are, the economy, their bank account, their 401k, filling up the gas tank, going to the grocery store. Being able to buy a house pay rent?
"linda sanchez" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Softball player mean? How much that story warms my heart that you made that all about? Thank you. I don't even know what I don't know, nothing about sports. Also, you know what, you know, just quickly who was at Linda Sanchez Democrat flipped off the Republican bench as she trotted past it during the congressional baseball game. Okay, personally, well, I've lost a dance off to both Sanchez sisters in addition to representative Maxine waters. So you would think I would be bitter, but I still just have to. What else do you do with people that vote against gay people and veterans with cancer on the same day? They're awful, awful people. She could leave that part to us, though, and just, you know. That's why we're here. So, I know, it's a little in our lane. I know Unfortunately, because they have a D after their names we have control of. They will run that on Fox News all day. Of all the committees in the Senate. But we have to get over this concept that they're going to run something on Fox News that is good. Right. Right. Exactly. Let me just not go on about that. This is why we had Eric swalwell on yesterday and we thanked him for being an alpha liberal. I love the way he fights back. Yes. He should teach other Democrats how to punch and counterpoint. He's effective as a legislator, but he's also a troll. Trolls on Twitter on TV. Yes. Exactly. That's the kind of person we need on Capitol Hill. Right. But we all agree, Loretta, that they are number one. Republicans are number one. Exactly. They are their number one. We should just, as you said, Travis just stand back and let the big bag of rats fight fight, fight, fight. Trump ridicules Mitch McConnell over the Senate. He said he's being played by Joe Manchin. Yes. I fight fight. Oh my God. Oh, I'm sorry, go ahead. Yeah, I look at them and I'm like, the idea that the idea that anyone, this would be my Trump, the only person he's not going to turn on is himself. Right. The only person. Right. He's already used entire name. Right. Trump didn't know anything. She doesn't talk about so close to Kerry and coffee. Oh. Exactly. Dangerously close to that coffee carrying. Well, she doesn't have to worry about it because her husband wouldn't got $2 billion from the mall. Yes. And let me tell you something, what you're Justice Department needs to be doing is watching Trump's bank account because you know daddy got to get a taste. Yeah. She know that. Yes, exactly. Charles writes, is there a version of the Stephanie Miller show available that edits us her singing? Really unnecessary. Charles and no, just take it. You could Patreon. You sang? Okay. Kirsten and Kristen. We can do a special Patreon level where they are not singing. Yeah, exactly. Kristen and Michigan, you're on the Stephanie Miller show. Welcome. Good morning to you all. Hello? I love from the voter to me. Yeah. So the funk is just killing me this morning, you guys. This is great. We've got the funk. And yeah, exactly. And for Angela, big shout out. If you love the funk from the 80s, it's the wjlb old school music. Yes. Gabby is the sole funk station of Detroit. Exactly, exactly. Angela was from the Detroit shelves. I'd love to be invited to the jailhouse funk party. And the prince prison party. Yes, yes, exactly. And are you coming to Detroit with the sexy liberal ever? I sent for angel a list of all the venues. I know. We are the only doing one just the Midwest one in Chicago, September 24th. We're doing one east coast one West Coast, one Midwest. So come to Chicago. Come to Chicago. Oh my gosh. It's gonna be so fun. I've been emailing with Karen and she's like, yes. Okay. Okay. Say hi. Longtime listener never called and you guys are awesome. Thank you so much. We love you back. Everything you do. Right? Oh, yay. Oh, is that your Michigan T-shirt? Hooray. Okay. Okay. I don't even know what they're doing. I don't know. I'm just, we're not chasing waterfalls here at the
"linda sanchez" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"That's built for business. By American Express why Kamala Harris tripped to Honduras is really about the U.S. Mexico border by Jasmine aguilera. Vice president Kamala Harris arrived in Honduras on Thursday to attend the inauguration of CMR Castro, the country's new president, who The White House hopes will be part of its fight against the root causes of migration that have spurred millions of people from Central America to flee to the U.S. for decades. For years, multiple U.S. administrations have poured billions of dollars into Honduras El Salvador and Guatemala, the so called northern triangle region to battle corruption improve Law & Order create jobs and ultimately reduce migration to America's southern border. The funding, however, has had little measurable impact experts say due in large part to a lack of well placed long-term investment and the endemic corruption that has destabilized all three countries. But the Biden administration hopes Castro's election could Harald a turning point, at least in Honduras, Castro ran a historic campaign on an anti corruption platform and has said she is willing to work with Washington to address the issues that have led to hundreds of thousands of hondurans to leave home for years. High poverty, violence and climate change, all worsened by the belief that elected officials are interested less and working for hondurans than lining their own pockets. Poverty doesn't necessarily lead to immigration. Poverty without hope, and within security and fear is what's driving migration from the northern triangle, says Charles call, associate Professor of international peace and conflict resolution at American university. Bad governance is at the core of the inability to create hope and security. Harris, who was tapped by president Joe Biden to lead the administration's root causes effort, traveled to Honduras for the delegation of members of Congress, the United States agency for international development or USAID, the State Department and the U.S. embassy in the Honduran capital Tegucigalpa. The vice president planned to meet with Castro after her inauguration on Thursday to talk about promoting economic growth, combating corruption and managing migration, according to senior administration officials who briefed the press prior to Harris Tripp. The Biden administration committed early on to tackling the root causes of migration from northern triangle countries, proposing a $4 billion four year plan in an immigration bill. The bill was introduced in Congress and the Senate in February 2021 by representative Linda Sanchez and senator bob Menendez, but there has so far not been any movement on it. As of last summer, The White House had allocated $250 million to address the more immediate humanitarian needs of the three.
"linda sanchez" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"Roundtable a nonprofit that represents over two hundred thirty. Ceo's of the countries largest companies including amazon's. Andy jesse and goldman sachs is. David solomon has said biden's proposed corporate tax increases would quote. Make the united states uncompetitive as a place to do business and make. Us companies uncompetitive globally. The group spent nearly four point three million dollars on lobbying in the first four months of twenty twenty one including three point. Eight million on direct lobbying and over four hundred fifty thousand dollars paid to nearly a dozen outside lobbying firms. The lobbying was for a range of issues from education and immigration policy to infrastructure and tax reform lobbyists working for business roundtable specifically on tax related issues include a handful of former democratic staffers along with republicans. Matthew spikes business roundtable's senior director of government. Relations is a former aide to maryland. Senator ben carden who chairs. The small business and entrepreneurship committee. Are sha siddiqi. One of three lobbyists said ake in gump who lobbied on issues related to tax proposals in american jobs plan on behalf of business. Roundtable was pelosi's senior policy adviser and counsel from two thousand. Three two two thousand nine two other agin gump. Lobbyists working on this issue are former age to republicans ohio senator rob portman and former utah. Senator orrin hatch and one of the five lobbyists at pricewaterhouse coopers advocating for business roundtable on tax policy. Is todd metcalf. Who was formerly oregon. Senator ron wyden chief tax counsel metcalf is working alongside senate minority leader. Mitch mcconnell's former deputy chief of staff in may business roundtable hired resolution public affairs. The government relations firm started by heather. Mchugh schumer's former legislative director and the former policy director for the democratic congressional campaign committee. The firm was hired to lobby on infrastructure including the corporate tax rate and the to lobbyists listed by name on the disclosure. Form are mccue and leah fisher soukala. Who was formerly chief of staff for california congresswoman. Linda sanchez ache gone. ban resolution. Public affairs did not respond to requests for comment pricewaterhouse coopers declined to comment on client related work a representative from business. Roundtable said they had retained several of these outside firms for many years and their work centers on a wide range of issues groups lobbying on behalf of industries like private equity and hedge funds. Meanwhile are taking aim at some of biden's proposals to raise taxes on the wealthiest americans including by closing the carried interest loophole. This provision of the tax code allows executives in these fields to have their income from carried interests taxed at a capital gains rate of twenty percent instead of the income tax rate of thirty seven percent. Carmen seat a wander of former schumer. Staffer is now a lobbyist at brownstein hyatt farber schreck federal disclosure documents show. She's lobbied this year for quote issues related to the taxation of private equity investments on behalf of apollo global management. A private equity firm brownstein has represented for decades a representative for brownstein did not respond to requests for comment. The american investment council the ai. See a trade group representing the private equity industry spent more than eight hundred.
Democrats Want To Block Federal Land, Statues From Being Named After Donald Trump
"The democratic lawmakers in congress really. I mean fingers. On the pulse of america right now introduced a bill seeking to ban a donald trump from having federally funded statues monuments street. Names park benches Named after him or dedicated to commemorating his presidency. Oh and by the way They also want to bar. Trump from being buried at arlington national cemetery as tradition would go and the legislation dubbed no glory for hate representative. Linda sanchez of california introduced the bill and she's got thirteen democrat cosponsors
"linda sanchez" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The latest news from New York City and around the world hears Michael Bar so Lisa John millions of people in taxes who endured massive power cuts and now facing critical shortages of drinking water. Another day of bitter cold meat, s'more burst pipes and flooded homes. While many remain without power for 1/5 day, nearly 12 million Texas residents are facing disruptions to their water service, in part due to problems at treatment plants. Texas governor Greg Abbott is now saying the Electricity Reliability Council of Texas or ERCOT, is the reason Texans experienced a deep freeze inside their own homes the last few days. What happened this week to our fellow Texans is absolutely Unacceptable and can never be replicated again. Officials said that if they hadn't triggered the power blackouts that have caused so much suffering, they were seconds or minutes away from a months long collapse. Democrats introduced an immigration reform bill. Mirroring what President Biden map down on his first day in office. The bill offers a pathway to citizenship and improved border security. California Congresswoman Linda Sanchez is one of the lawmakers behind the bill. She says the measure also includes $4 billion To address conditions in countries that are the source of immigration. Wherever to get up. We're causes that causing any of these people to flee and come north. We can't stand much of the tide of immigration. Sanchez says those applying for citizenship under the bill will be carefully screened. Lie from the Bloomberg Interactive Brokers Studios. This is global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts. And more than 120 countries. I'm Michel Bar and this is Bloomberg. Imagine Enjoy. Thanks. E order breakfast at the McDonald's drive through. Tell yourself you'll wait to eat it at work, but it's most way too good. So you eat it right there in the McDonald's parking lot, Neal There's a meal for every morning at McDonald's right now get any size ice.
Democrats unveil immigration plan with 8-year pathway to citizenship
"Congressional Democrats today introducing a bill to remake the U. S immigration system. It's called the U. S. Citizenship Citizenship Act of 2021, unveiled by Senator Bob Menendez, Democrat of New Jersey, and California Democratic representative Linda Sanchez, among the highlights that includes an eight year pathway to citizenship for those people in the country unlawfully. If they arrived by January, 1st of this year. It would also lift hurdles for those workers to legally immigrate to the United States as well. Azad financial resources to border screening and replace the word alien with non citizen in law. Senator Menendez, announcing details during a zoom called earlier today. Under the status quo. We still prevent family members from reuniting legally in the United States because of lengthy backlogs and delays. We still send graduates educated in our great universities back to their home countries, instead of allowing them to drive innovation here in America, and we still make it too hard for companies to hire the workers they need to innovate and force American workers to compete. With exploited undocumented labor. That's why we today collectively are introducing the U. S. Citizenship Act in the Senate in the House legislation that brings to life President Biden's plan to restore humanity and American values to our immigration system. It's our vision. It's our vision off what immigration reform should Look like and it's a bill we can all be proud of. It will modernize our system or for a path to citizenship for hardworking people in our communities, reunite families, increase opportunities for legal immigration and ensure America remains the powerhouse for innovation and a beacon of hope to refugees around the world. I can tell you is the chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. But I must say that beyond enhancing security and improving management of the southern border, our legislation also finally addresses the push factors forcing so many families to flee Central America in the first place. Transnational crime, violence, corruption, poverty, lawlessness, the prior administrations. Naive fixation on the wall failed to alleviate these horrific conditions. We must address the Underlying root causes driving migration and create safer processes for those in danger to apply for asylum. That's how we stop ourselves from winding up in the exact same place down the road, and that's what this bill does. Now there are some in Congress, I'll say from both parties who argue against going big on immigration reform. Some still believe the answer lies and blocking all legal channels of our immigration system until we get our house in order. Others say we should leave the bigger, tougher questions for another day, pursuing narrow reforms that nibble at the edges and leave millions of people behind. Personally, I couldn't disagree more with both approaches. That from Senator Bob Menendez, Democrat from New Jersey, the chair of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. The bill does have the support of President Biden issue his statement earlier today, available on the White House
"linda sanchez" Discussed on KQED Radio
"A party. And kind of the remnants of a party. All right. Well, if you're just joining us, I'm Scott Shaffer here with Marisa Lagos. You're listening to political breakdown from KQED, and we're talking with Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren. She represents the city of San Jose and places south like Gilroy and Morgan Hill. We want to ask about your your beginnings. You know, we always like to ask our guests about their childhoods and How they got to where they are. Now. You were born and raised in the bay Area in San Matteo. What was it like back then? So different than it is today, Right? Relieved, actually born in San with you, but my Parents moved to South Palo Alto when I was three years old, so I actually grew up in South Palo Alto and a very different town than it is today. My dad was a truck driver. My mother was a cook at the company, High school cafeteria. And later she was a secretary. The block I grew up on and south power all that was all blue collar. I don't think there was single person who'd gone to college. Everybody. I think everybody was a union member. It was like after World War two. All the G Uys bought these little houses. It was $9000 house with the G I bill. And raise had kids and raise their families and it was a great place of it was kind of difficult for the parents and sometimes, but it was a great place to be a kid and You know, I I have very fond memories of my childhood and on the block I grew up on. Yeah, I mean, you mentioned it was kind of blue collar. I'm curious. It seems like you went pretty headlong into politics at a pretty young age was politics something you all talked about it home. What? Really expected to go to college? Like, what was the vibe around that? My parents and especially, my mother were very political. You know they had they were high school graduates. But you know, no one had gone to college. But my mother really believed in my parent, my father too, but especially my mother that the government belonged to her right. She was responsible for it. And we would walk pretty things. She was a Democrat. And you know, some mothers would go the march of dimes. We did dollars for Democrats awarded the war. And we would go to the Democratic club meetings and a dinner. You know, we would have dinner together every night and we would talk about you know the president and there we would work on campaigns. I'm not everybody did that. I was only later that I found that Not everybody in their dining room was talking about this and so Um Did they expect you to go to college? I don't know. Well, I You know how I went to college. Mrs. Helen Huntington, who just passed away recently was a counselor, Gunn High School and I actually called me in and she said you ought to be thinking about going to college and I said, Well, how am I gonna do that? We don't have any money, and she said, Well, don't worry about that, and I was getting pretty good grades. But, she said get the bees upto A's And, uh, The money will be there, and for some reason I believed her. So I got the beast, The haze and the A's a pluses and I got Noticed that I had won a California state scholarship, and I panicked because I had applied for California state scholars Mrs Huntington had from me, and so I ended up I got into Stanford applied to two colleges Stanford and Berkeley. Because I didn't know where I didn't know. That was the only two colleges I really knew about. And I got into both. But it was cheaper. Go to Stanford because the scholarship didn't cover fees on Lee tuition. And so that's how I ended up doing that. Okay? And when did you start going by so because you were given a Miss Susan, right? I was like 98 and so all my life. I've Yeah, And when and how many people call you, Zoe? Because I've heard you called. So it incorrectly. Someone you don't know me, Um You know, I don't even remember at this point, but it's Zsa long ago. Well, it's stuck, obviously. Yeah, sure did. So go ahead. You know, after law school, I was going to say you we want to talk about when one of your like me and policy areas is immigration on bond, And I'm curious how you came to that was that Did that have anything to do with where you were going to law school and being in California? Or was it just an area of law that interested? You? You know, I think a number of things I was very close to my father's father, who was an immigrant from Sweden. We used to go over to their They lived in San Leandro. We used to go over to their house for dinner like every Sunday and I would just as soon as we got to their house. I'd make a beeline for him, and we would talk until it was time to eat. And he would tell me you know about his life and about being an immigrant and about the old country He loved. America is very proud of being an American citizen. I was very interested in. You know, you just pick up and go to another country and it changed everything. Um, and then I guess I was interested just in the movements of people. I remember when I was, I think it's sixth grade. I did a big well big for 1/6 grader report on the movements of people in Africa. Why was it that you know this group moved here and what you know? And when I worked for Edwards, I did immigration work for him, and I've just always been interested in it. You know, immigration? Made this country I mean, everybody here except the native Americans. Their family came from someplace and recent. I don't have immigrant very close in our family. Yeah, Living something for me. It's my grand parents. Sometimes it might be their great great grand parents. But everybody here came from someplace else. And that's what made the country and made the country great. I think You are one of seven. What are being called closers that Nancy Pelosi Speaker Pelosi has designated do that. That was Linda. Okay. Linda Sanchez okay from Southern California, But nonetheless you are one of seven who are sort of being charged with shepherding through the house. This immigration reform bill that President Biden has sent over..
"linda sanchez" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"Shoot? Light you up, Rambo? You've been late for the rockets and choke rest in peace to the pop making smoke. Additionally, wrong, But I'm always run. So, Lord shoot. And I know I'm fun. I'll tell you, I'll tell you twice around screaming like a decent and nine real 92 3. Eli's new home for hip hop is standing up to racism and racial injustice in the black and brown community. Big Boi's neighborhood Luigi Up in here, what have glued all listen to this, and I think there's a bill that is gonna try to be passed and I think we would all be on board for the Democrats are trying to pass a bill from anything being named after Donald Trump. It's being, you know, he loved his name on everything. Everything. Roads being introduced by represent representative California, Linda Sanchez, and it's called the No Glory for Hate Act. All right, it would ban federal funds being spent on projects and quote Commemorating any former president that has been twice impeached by the House of Representatives. The bill's going to ensure that there is no glory for hates. Not a building, not a statue or even a part. She already got him Impeach, uh, e love this dog. I don't want to see like Trump Street or a man like uses like library like, and they already been petitioning for his name to be on like, you know, monuments are you know, like certain buildings and big nobody wants to see that. Imagine The key. The key on that phrase, though, also spent federal dollars so federal dollars. Don't say right Hill. His backers will donate and then he can build a library someplace, right? Well, most of those are privately funded and everything is Trump. He loved his name. He loved Trump Plaza. You know, saying Trump golf course everything that Trump meets, which is a sandwich that trump love to eat like it. Just trump. Yeah, I don't know if I could. Yeah, I'd be weird, like like you said you mentioned something off here. We were talking about like the whole right. I asked him. I said, Man, I said Louis If they gave you the penthouse suite at the Trump Plaza, 4500 Square feet. The doorman downstairs parking everything for a year, which you move into that right now in a red button like he had some P pizza. Damn dog. I think I think I would have I think. Where would convince me to take it? China hide behind. Think Myra would convince me to take this'd a.
"linda sanchez" Discussed on KCRW
"From Dusty Springfield. First these headlines. Bye from NPR News. I'm Jack Spear. Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease expert, took questions from reporters today, saying there is some reason to say there are signs of stabilizing in terms of new coronavirus cases. When you look more recently at the seven day average of cases, remember, we were going between three and 400,000 and two and 300,000 right now. It looks like It might actually be played towing in the sense of turning around, however, found she also made it clear that could turn out to be a blip more than 409,000. People in the U. S. Have now died from covert 19. While she's saying If 70 that 85% of Americans are vaccinated by the fall, he thinks life could return to some degree of normalcy. We continue to learn Maura about the group of people involved in the storming of the capital, January 6. MPR's Tom drives back reports, nearly one in five of those now facing charges had apparently served in the military. NPR looked at the more than 140 people. Prosecutors have charged so far in connection with the attack close to 20% of them previously served in the military. Compare that to the 7% of all American adults were veterans. In the wake of the attack. The Biden administration has said. Brooding out extremism is a top priority. Here's Biden's nominee for Defense Secretary General Lloyd Austin on Tuesday. The job of the Department of Defense is to keep America safe from our enemies. We can't do that. If some of those enemies lie within our own ranks, a military time survey last year found that roughly one in three service members so they had personally witnessed white nationalist activity in the military. Tom Dreisbach. NPR NEWS Facebook is asking an independent panel decide whether it should allow former President Donald Trump back on its platform. NPR's Shannon Bond reports, the panel's ruling could have broader consequences around the company treats political speech. Two weeks ago after a mob of pro Trump extremist stormed the U. S. Capitol. Facebook suspended the now former president indefinitely. Now the company's new oversight board will review that decision. The independent panel is designed to weigh in on the hardest decisions over what Facebook does and does not allow users to post Facebook executive Nick Clegg says the board's ruling will shape how the company handles other world leaders who break its rules. There's some people who think that Facebook should take down much more political speech, the other people who think that we should leave much more up on where you draw that line is candidly a matter off pretty fraught debate. Clegg says Facebook believes suspending Trump was the right decision. Facebook is among NPR's financial supporters. Shannon Bond, NPR news nation's largest business lobbying groups as it support president who supports President Biden's plan to tackle the Corona virus Pandemic Chamber of Commerce, saying todavia its chief policy officer, the administration is correct that controlling the virus is paramount in terms of getting the economy going again. Mixed close on Wall Street. The Dow was down 12 points the NASDAQ Up 73. This is NPR. And this is KCRW. I'm Larry Parole. Here's what's happening in state and local news at 404. Restaurants and bars have been hit hard during the pandemic. Many have gone out of business and Maura are expected to close their doors for good before the economy can get up and running again. One thing that could help speed up the growth of new restaurants is doing away with some of the red tape around permitting. Last week, the L. A City council said. It's going to do something about just that. Mona Holmes is with Peter L. A. She's got an eye on what officials are planning what they're doing. Is just asking for just city departments to just take a look and just make some recommendations and that also includes streamlining the sidewalk dining permit process. Council also looking to do this in several ways. They want the fire department to streamline the process around outdoor tents, canopies, awnings, all of these things that were previously very pricey. And would take a long time for approval. The effort won't just be for the time being. Ella is hoping that it can assist restaurants even after outdoor dining restrictions were lifted. Well, President Biden didn't waste any time proposing one of the most ambitious immigration reform plans in decades. Among the goals on eight year pathway to U. S citizenship for an estimated 11 million people as KCRW star Austrian reports, The change in tone for the last administration is palpable. Biden administration describes the U. S. Citizenship Act of 2021 as a common sense approach to solving immigration challenges, and some local leaders agree. Democratic representative Linda Sanchez of Norwalk says it's about time for reform. She's leading the push to pass the act in the House. The executive director of the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights, L. A and helicopter solace is hailing the bill to it is about people living, breathing human beings who deserve to be treated as human beings. They are And that policies should have lived their lives, Um, not keep them in the shadows. But not everyone celebrating. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy of Bakersfield calls the path to citizenship the wrong policy at the wrong time. This case here to be a star Austrian reporting, McCarthy says, by the way, those affected Quote knowingly broken our laws. Support for NPR comes from work Day committed to delivering quick insights to help finance team's plan for what's next work Day. 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"linda sanchez" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"linda sanchez" Discussed on KCRW
"Pro Trump protesters near the capital of beginning to disperse after rioters stormed the capital building, many of them armed, forcing a lockdown for several hours. NPR's Camilla Domina ski reports from the scene where law enforcement now dominate the area, just west of the Capitol building. The crowds have dwindled really dramatically. At this point, there are more law enforcement officials than Trump supporters. And they are gradually being pushed farther away from the capital. NPR's Camilla Dominar ski, a pro trump mob converged on the capital shortly after President Trump called on them. March to the capital and fight for lawmakers to overturn the election. Members of Congress have now reconvened to finish the business of certifying Joe Biden's election win. Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell says criminal behavior will never dominate the U. S congress while Chambers. Top Democrat Chuck Schumer describe the actions as a stain on our country not easily washed away. Meanwhile, President Trump called on his supporters to go home and peace and a message responding to the lawlessness today at the U. S Capitol. But as NPR's Franco Ordonez tells us, he did so while continuing to push his baseless claims of the election fraud. In a video message, President Trump told supporters who stormed the capital that he understood their pain. And then he loved them, but that it was time for the chaos the end But you have to go home now. We have to have peace. We have to have law and order. We have to respect our great People in law and order. We don't want anybody hurt. It's a very tough period of time. But Trump's message stop short of any outright criticism or condemnation of the violence and then also appeared to stoke many of the same emotions. Repeating yet again the unfounded claims of a rigged election that helps set off the angry crowd in the first place Franco or Dona as NPR news. Stocks finish mixed on Wall Street Today, the Dow gained 437 points. This is NPR and for the David Bohnett Foundation newsroom A KCRW on Larry Parole. Here's what's happening at 5 32 local lawmakers sounding the alarm on today's actions by pro Trump extremists of the U. S Capital. Earlier today, those riders stormed the building, forcing many House representatives to evacuate. Some lawmakers were unable to leave and forced to lock down one of them with San Fernando Valley Congressman Brad Sherman, With Republicans already planning on contesting the electoral college results, he expected drama but was surprised by what happened. I thought I was in for a long But somewhat boring. But important day Sherman says he felt safe at first with the security and checkpoints at the capital until the writers busted in for the first time since I believe the war of 18 12 The security of the capital has been breached Congresswoman Linda Sanchez, who represents a district that covers parts of South East L, A and the San Gabriel Valley, She told MSNBC that today's action was seditious. Every single one of them should be arrested and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law, Sanchez says. It's shocking that there was not a bigger show of force against the riders. San Francisco based Twitter has locked President Trump's account this afternoon or this afternoon. It comes as violent pro Trump insurrectionists stormed the capital this morning support of his baseless claims of voter fraud. Earlier in the day, the social media company removed three tweets in which Trump repeated claims the election was stolen. Twitter says that his tweets were severe violations of their civic integrity policies account. Has been shut down for the next 12 hours, which is the company's strongest action against the president's account. To date. The tech giant says that any future violations mean his real Donald Trump account will be permanently suspended. In the spring, the U. S Navy Hospital ship Mercy was deployed to L. A. To help ease and anticipated surge of covert patients at Serge never materialized. But now that l. A is the epicenter of the global pandemic. Some officials are hoping mercy will return, however, is Kcrw's Tara Autry on reports. The prospects of that happening soon. Don't look good. At the moment. Mercy has dropped anchor in an industrial shipyard in Portland, Oregon, and that's likely where she's going to stay. The vessel's undergoing a major mandatory overhaul, which got underway after it departed. Los Angeles and naval officials say the repairs are going to take several more months. With the health care system overwhelmed and ICUs running out of space. Southern California could desperately use the almost 1000 beds and additional staff that mercy provides. Lighten the load on area hospitals and fill the space the naval ship could cover..
Trump Asserts Executive Privilege Over Mueller Report as Democrats Mull Impeachment
"President Trump's invoking executive privilege over the full Mullah report is prompting more Democrats to say impeachment is on the table. Democrats say it's not about removing Trump from office. But impeachment might be the only way to get what they want in their investigations NPR's. Susan Davis has more if Democrats ultimately begin impeachment proceedings against President Trump this week will be remembered as one of the turning points. This is when formerly reluctant Democrats like, Missouri. Congressman Emanuel cleaver started talking more like this. A won't be the last person standing against impeachment and now and squatting White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders made clear the president will not budge on his executive privilege claim to block access to the full Muller report. This is fully consistent with that precedent. And it's fully consistent with the president actually upholding the law. So now Democrats like Arizona congressman role GRA Halbe. Say impeachment is taking on a new urgency. I think you'd have to need impeachment as a mechanism to get what we want Democrats are warming to the idea of beginning impeachment proceedings. If it's not just about removing Trump from office, New Jersey Democrat Bill Pascrell says it's also a legal proceeding in an official impeachment inquiry, strengthens Democrats hands to secure cooperation and documents from the administration, the more people will look at peach mint, then as a way to get the president. But as plus. Begins to review what we know needs to be reviewed speaker Nancy Pelosi continues to urge a cautious approach impeachment is one of the most divisive things that you can do it dividing country and less you really have your case with great clarity for the American people. Most Democrats are still hesitant to publicly embrace impeachment. But they're not ruling it out either. Here's California's Linda Sanchez.
Bipartisan group in Congress pushes for immigration vote
"Ktar news app your breaking news and traffic now it's eleven thirty i'm bob mcclay here's our top story last week a teachers groups student support with governor doug ducey as he announced his proposal to increase their paychecks now that group is having second thoughts zona says it does not support ducey's proposal we support increasing teacher pay getting more money into the classrooms that current proposal doesn't put any new money into either of those goals the group's dawn peniche soccer says proposal moves money around from existing budgets and it relies on peter projections for money that the state might bring in those are unpredictable and they're not new dollars that is what we cannot indoors griselda zetino ktar news the national transportation safety board is focusing in on possible metal fatigue and the engine that south west of that southwest airlines plane that had an engine exploded yesterday already southwest airlines who said it is excel rating it's inspections of cfm fiftysix engines type that failed on tuesday now the makers of that engine ge in the us and a french company that worked together say they have technicians being deployed to help southwest airlines conduct oltra sonic inspections on the fleet for any metal fatigue and engine fan blades they helped to give the inspections done on planes that are flying right now within thirty days that's abc's alec stone ktar is on immigration there's a bipartisan effort on capitol hill to force debate on plans to help dreamers california congresswoman linda sanchez says house speaker paul ryan is refusing to allow bipartisan daca bill come to the floor could pass it we believe there is enough support within the republican caucus but one hundred of the most conservative members of that caucus are making policy for the rest of the united states yesterday a result senator jeff flake requested passage of a temporary daca solution a former arizona lawmaker says the late first lady barbara bush will be missed here in the valley former congressman jd hayworth tells arezzo morning news she made quite the impression here over the years i know today over mesa because there is a barbara bush elementary school i bet you there are some so her impact nationwide but here in the valley is felt bush died yesterday in houston at the age of ninety two first lady melania trump is planning to attend her funeral on saturday now for a check on traffic here's dani sullivan live from.