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03:34 min | 1 year ago

"lucerne california" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"And welcome back while Paul in Lucerne California a Paul what's on your mind today Paul in Lucerne watching free speech TV I got no Paul Janet in Bainbridge island Washington listening KBC US agent what's up good morning Tom I've been listening to all of the terrible things that can happen because of this but one of the good things we could try to have happen is beginning with your audience you can start talking about how to cooperate how to make sure that your neighbors are being okay and that and that all of you have an understanding of how how you're working with her you know if if somebody needs to have their kids watch and you can be one to develop all that would be a way to let somebody go to work and and also you know it's really a good political time to start talking about how to make the country better yes so that we're getting a whole shift opportunity to see how bad it can all go to maybe start talking about it from a different perspective yeah yeah I get I I get it I the and thank you for the call John and and if you go back and look at the history of the black plague the the bionic plague in Europe in the in the fourteenth century and that led to the renaissance in L. I. A. R. A. Y. people went through some really tough I mean thirty Europe died this isn't gonna be nowhere near that bad that people pull together communities happened in and out of the renaissance came a lot of the ideas that animated the enlightenment that animated the you know the United States in the mock Chrissy and egalitarian governments and things and so this might be an opportunity for us to you know pull together as a war Eddie in Agra cancel say Eddie thanks watches on YouTube what's up thank you for your program down my jury what they're about everything you said but that but once that state first off there is only one person and one group that is that really concern for the poor and I have a heart for the poor and that is Bernie Sanders and that progressives and another thing I want to hear is that damn all the Republicans a hypocrite Republicans that are also worried about socialism but do you realize that every farmer is is bad benefiting from a socialistic program every millionaire everyone in between is getting some sort of socialistic help our old soldier on social security that socialistic but everybody there the Republicans are trying to defeat them that Medicare for all by putting up a fear of socialism well everybody has issues happen at it effects many of the upper class so what I'm saying and what they're afraid of is having it for everyone yeah I agree and I think that this coronavirus one of the other good things that might come out of this is it's causing people I've I've been you know debating conservatives on this for fifteen years now on this show and the thing I constantly say you know they say well we got a free market solutions and you can't just have everybody have free health insurance body body blah and I say do you really want that person sitting next to you on the bus or on the airplane who's coughing because they have to Burkill osis but I can't get it treated because they don't have health insurance are too poor to afford it do you really want them coughing all over you shouldn't we isn't this a matter of national security or health security shouldn't we have everybody in the country.

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"lucerne california" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

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04:25 min | 1 year ago

"lucerne california" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"You know I think that profits for that the method is what we need going into November that would be great to have both of really what okay as with us for the hour taking your calls he is the co chair of the congressional progressive caucus he represents the second district of Wisconsin in the US house of representatives his website is PO cannot house to go to the mat rap mark can be right back with more your calls for cars and just this is the Thom Hartmann program sixty minutes past the hour as many days with congressman mark folk and taking your calls and welcome back let's see here Paul in Lucerne California you're on the air with cars okay I'm not Hey congressman question to all of you thank you for being an awesome congressman and representing once that's awesome but if you're going to be an investigation about the latest email reservation about needing ani and last part as what does porn and talking about well your honor the bad buying on the investigators on the on the **** keeping under surveillance and it actually had killed Christ I mean this is the president's attorney into someone about having an affair pastor killed and I I read this on democracy now so I take a lot of free in that I believe this to be true this is alarming well this is and what I want alternate universe creation over this because this this is I never even read about anything like yes let's get an answer Paul yeah well I I I agree I mean it's very alarming and again this is all information that we might not have gotten had ninety probably not held up the articles of impeachment so once again that was a very smart decision but I'm sure the committees are going to continue doing the oversight that they absolutely need to do on this president as we move forward and this is now the final step of the process for the impeachment but that doesn't stop the at least six committees in the house from doing the work that they need to do from the moment because to the presence taxes to continued violations that are coming up through this other investigation so all my my hope is that this all be happening at absolutely should robin mesa Arizona watching free speech TV you're on the air with cars and can't yes congressman program well I have a question on provisional ballots but before if they should have just just realized that it was president gets elected again he might be the first president in the peach twice he was my other question is on provisional ballots in what's going on with the voter suppression is anything happening at the federal level to basically require states to do follow ups on provisional ballots to use you to basically tell you if your vote counted in that they did not why I'm just concerned that you know they're going to handle much provisionals in them no one will be counted yeah rob we've passed a few measures from HR one to some very specific loading measures and sent them to the Senate and as as happen all too often Mitch McConnell is sitting on them and not allowing them up for a vote and that's the concern so you're not gonna see I don't think of this legislation necessarily moving from Mitch McConnell which means we won't have some extra federal safeguards now that doesn't mean you can't do things at the local and state level to still try to have those safeguards in states especially where you can you should be moving to get those measures in place but I am not and postal when it comes to Mitch McConnell doing any bit of the right thing in the months to come even now are there should be a complete no brainer and non partisan word twenty seconds from the break provisional ballots were invented essentially by the help America vote act of two thousand two do these do these pieces of legislation especially Amanda that I would have to go back and check because we pass that one almost a year ago I think side have to double check and provisional ballots specifically but there are a.

"lucerne california" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"lucerne california" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"And welcome back Conrad in San Diego a Conrad thanks for watching free speech TV what's on your mind today she got a bumper sticker that to retort to the bumper sticker we saw in the late sixties America love it or leave it right remember that one I that one is that all the time yep considering how much the supporters of trump are completely ignorant of that in the box he I suggest the proper sticker maybe with a portrait of Ben Franklin on the lesson sepia tones in a harsh Russian double headed eagle on the right American democracy love it or leave it yeah no longer live in frame I mean you know that work quite well for Nixon that's that was how he demonized you know hippies anti war protesters actually but I mean we're the American right yeah yeah I I I'm I'm more inclined to say people on the left should come up with their own frames there on their own slogans band and we have a lot of them you know it's it's like you know health care not war for example I mean that's the national nurses have bumper stickers that say that as I recall words to that effect and you know they're they're pretty effective but you know I I like your idea Connery keep keep keep keep them coming and add version of the call Paul in Lucerne California a Paul what's on your mind Hey Tom let's talk about bringing back the telecommunication I'm doing where to telecommunication modernization act okay bring back the fairness doctrine right if we had the fairness doctrine you would have washed number box news Sean Hannity may not be able to get a hold of you you would still have was the fairness doctrine we did not prevent a radio station from running right wing commentary all day long while offering commentary all light all day long but the fairness doctrine required was that the radio station or television station quote program in the public interest and that was interpreted to mean and then they work this out over a period of about a decade and a half that was interpreted to mean six minutes of news the five minutes of news in a six minute break at the top and bottom of the hour on radio and a half hour of news on it during prime time on television and that was the price to keep your license so you know if if Limbaugh was on the air back before the fairness doctrine got blown up he went on the air the year after he went on the air eighty six or eighty seven eighty eight I think it was maybe eighty seven and the first doctor was taken down eighty seven but if he had gone there before that it would've been fine it's just that the news would have been a real news that's the big difference dash to big difference right there would have these alternative facts right yeah at least in a in the five minutes at the top and bottom of the hour yes yeah we would have Karen Hannity during up there on on our primetime TV and talking about the argued for and totally lying about it danger seventeen major errors and many tell you disingenuous errors that weren't in the report but he makes you believe their their import right and then you watch MSNBC Rachel means from the report showed you to report any get real facts but when you're having a constitutional crisis and you have a thirty your country watching fox news maybe even more and then they're getting is why alternative fact actually know less about people and that's what was going on people watch no news and what they do know is wrong we have people here.

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"lucerne california" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"lucerne california" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Ever welcome back Paul in Lucerne California you're on the air congressman poking thank you I'd like to talk about bringing back the telecommunication modernization act it seems to me that we had Republicans up there on the committee asking questions just to be played on fox news so they can further their alternative narrative and it's hurting the American people we're in a constitutional crisis you we have one set of facts that are true and we have alternative facts hard to argue with your conservative neighbor when he's getting a completely different set of facts that you're getting the only thing I keep seeing the fix that would be the fairness doctrine yeah Paul I I hear it you're saying and I I do think it goes even broader than that we we never have had quite the twenty four seven news market that we now have and also social media Nevers had the influence that has now in in many of the ways people are getting information quite honestly is coming through things like Facebook where they're getting a feed of things and it doesn't have to even be things that might be affected bye bye more fair media laws but it could be there getting information from blogs and other things that happen to fall in their ideology and I don't think you're ever going to be able to control some of that though the real problem is Donald Trump has done an orchestrated effort even before he got elected to make basically say he is the only one to get the truth as any good despot would do that you should follow the news it's fake news member alternative facts river the other whatever Kelly in town we came up with during her original and the administration the alternative I mean it's just it's what they want you to do is you know that the only place you can actually go is to Donald Trump much like a cult leader and that's the person where you'll get your information and unfortunately I think they've done a very significantly good job on this I read articles in my own state where people ask what they think about on impeachment legal I don't know I hear things from both sides so in in any even don't know what to do because of the false information that's out there in the at the same time that almost plays into the fake news narrative that Donald Trump has falsely put out there so there's a lot that we have to figure out when it comes to that and I think some of it it really falls also in social media and maybe even beyond a little bit of what we can control at least through that one piece of legislation Randy and Iowa Iowa Hey Randy on air with cars and poke good morning German that Mister Polk in in the spending bill that came out of Congress the there's like three hundred they did away with the Obama era tax taxes on medical devices Cadillac plans and stuff like that now what was the purpose of giving those tax cuts three hundred sixty billion dollars which will go on the deficit so was good to have something to do with the Supreme Court ruling that was coming out at the time or anything you could and then like me on carrying the I I think so what happened is generally than any others a tax extenders package because we didn't get our budget done on the fiscal year on September thirtieth because the Senate didn't do anything up to that point everything was all lumped together and yet this is awful for democracy and and I do mean that in a very small be democracy.

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"lucerne california" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

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03:09 min | 1 year ago

"lucerne california" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Defined Congress whether it's refusing to follow the law that says that for example the head of the ways means committee I guess to see his taxes check it out tell her not calm it is anything goes for a year on the John Armand program and Paul in Lucerne California Hey Paul what's on your mind today most read Kim appreciate any member Hey good on you Paul because I was tapped to you're sure to barbecue I was cooking chicken instead I got in Maryland we had to coach has really tired normally out thank you recognition driver Monday was the keynote speaker before the war room we're asking questions about nuclear weapons in Turkey well in the committee of word that was your specialty military was also my numbers you'll be in the military answering a little bit more about it one is holding our nuclear weapons then after she will hostage service look no I'm not kidding congressman Germany's instead why any John Deere Mundy and the call in talk to congressman representing a market and out there Sir okay and because if you really think about it yeah that may even be why or how no one was able to convince trump to to stab the Kurds in the back well we had to your tuition phone call that there were heard given the green light to assassinate the Washington post journalist your Christian are selling the enemies list how to get forty million dollars you can't afford the manpower break it doesn't work out there I don't know her that there is a jerk really you had your Christmas one million dollars in the bank and he's not telling anybody hard drive I don't know how it got there well I got a billion dollars out a lot of you know well you know one of the leading cutter yeah exactly I one of these investment groups that is heavily funded by cutter so it's you know bizarre stuff we're gonna yeah Paul we're gonna reach out to John Garamendi's and see if he's willing to come on the program to talk about it Sean is contacting people as responsive yep ask him does a lot for the call and we have a tape of incident yeah what's that you know I I don't want to get into yeah he may he may have thought that there was a little bit more closed environment that I was but but I doubt it I mean he's a politician he should know that anything he says is is you know there's a possibility is going to get picked up on it's gonna get carried out there but you know this is the I've heard other people speculating about this I've speculated about this there was an article in the Financial Times last week speculating about this that I shared with you on this program you know we have a hundred and forty nuclear weapons in Turkey and if airline.

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"lucerne california" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

11:24 min | 2 years ago

"lucerne california" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Of the investigation sections to three describe the principal ways. Russia interfered in the twenty sixteen. Presidential election. The report. Back thirty minutes past the hour. Tom Harvey here with you just a some of the stuff in the news today. The Kansas Has there eleven states? Now, let me give you a little background here. Levin. Stays now pass laws. These so-called fetal heartbeat laws that ban abortion after six weeks of pregnancy. Many women don't even know that they're pregnant at six weeks of pregnancy. Or whatever you call it at six weeks this the so basically, it's a ban on abortion, and the Kansas supreme court, and these are all you know, they're not actually in effect yet. These are all in anticipation of at now. The Brett cabinet on Gorsuch are both in the supreme court. Good Catholics and an antiabortion guys that along with the other five right wingers on the court that they will they'll overturn Roe v. Wade. This is all in anticipation of and which has been the the the the dream of of, you know, the hard religious right for years and years and the Catholic church as well. And so there is a provision in the Kansas constitution that specifies that Kansas protects quote, the right of personal autonomy. And the supreme court ruled that this means the right quote to control one's own body to assert bodily integrity and to exercise self determination. This re right allows you to make her own decisions regarding her body health family formation and family life decisions that can include whether to continue a pregnancy end of quote from the supreme court in Kansas. So this is big breaking news because the same legal rationale could be used in other states to block these abortion laws, depending on the constitutions of the states. But I'm guessing most states have some variation on bodily autonomy. So any just why David in San Pedro, California goes Friday, David what's up? Hi, I have changed my mind about impeachment. I one of the people who is always saying it's uses because Senate is gonna vote it down by that. I think it the we actually need to do it now. And even if it fails, and I give it at least an eighty percent chance of failing. I think it would expose the Republican senators that vote for it to everybody and the trial, obviously is going to expose a lot of evidence that we didn't know about before. And I think public opinion will be swayed towards you know, getting him out of there. I agree long. The Republicans block it that will be, you know, more incentive vote those guys out along with Trump and twenty twenty I agree. And and the and the big difference in the thing that I think everybody is missing his how you do it. I mean, that's the key to the whole thing. How you do it part? And this is what Hillary Clinton addressed in her op Ed in the Washington Post before yesterday, basically when when they impeached, or they started the process of impeaching Richard Nixon resigned before they could complete it. But when they started that process, they held two and a half months of hearings, very public hearings, and those hearings laid bare his crimes when Bill Clinton was impeached. They congress had impaneled are authorized to this is back. We still had the independent prosecutor law are independent counsel. They had authorized king Ken Starr to look into everything. Ken Starr, started with whitewater, and Doug all the way until he found Monica Lewinsky in the in the blue dress and all that stuff. And as soon as Ken Starr's report. Came out like, you know, within a week or two congress voted articles of impeachment the house. They didn't want to hold the hearings. They didn't want 'cause I figured okay, Ken mean, all it's pornographic splendor. Here's the report. We all know what what what what Bill Clinton did. Oh my God. And they voted to impeach Senator Senate. And of course, the Senate was like, you know, there's not enough here to impeach and we're not going to do that. And and so, you know, other than, you know, in the embarrassing stuff Clinton's affair beans smeared all over the news. Basically, you know, this did not portray Bill Clinton is ending other than a philanderer, which, you know, many many people don't think as an impeachable offense. If they do if they follow the Nixon script rather than the Clinton script, if it's all about the hearings, and you keep holding the hearings until you've got more than fifty percent public opinion on your side. Then you're probably going to get a conviction the Senate to so. Actually, Randy Rhoads the other day advanced the notion that Mitch McConnell might even try and block a Senate trial. I don't know he can really do. Well, he actually came out late yesterday afternoon. His office came out and said that they had done an examination of the illegality that they were actually looking into whether whether he could do that the same way that he blocked the point. I think that would be poison. Yeah. Well, they decided not to and you can there's a good report about it over daily coz this morning and daily coz dot com. And and so Mitch McConnell is not gonna block it. Well, we'll see we'll see what happens. But David, I think I think your your logic is spot on. Thank you for the call and Judy in hell's Berg, California. Hey, judy. What's up? Judy watching free speech TV. Oh, Judy Judy online for Nick if you wanna check out what's going on there. Tom and cannon desus, Pennsylvania. Is that the name me? Thanks for taking my call share. What's up and dances candidates? Thank you. Okay. I was reading about President Donald Trump had signed executive order having defense department conduct federal background checks. Right. That was a change. They did they did they they've made that change yesterday. They're taking the security clearances in the White House out of the what was a government operations or government oversight or whatever this. Yeah. And management. Yeah. That's right office personnel management. Thank you very much and shifting it over to the Pentagon. But now seems to me something that Trump is going to do like that can't be good. Is there some kind of pro for Trump and Khan for the rest of us? I'm not sure. And you know, I saw the that report late last night of this morning. And I was scratching my head to wondering if this is because. My guess is that that Trump's thinking on this is that it'll be a lot harder for congress to get members of the intelligence community in the military to come before them and testify in public than it will be to congress to drag somebody from the office personnel management in front of them. Because right now, Trump is define a subpoena for wasn't Carl Kline as I recall, the guy who was the the the opium guy who overrode all the intelligence agencies and said, we're going to give security clearance to Jared Kushner, vodka Trump, even though they say, you know, these people have so many foreign tangle moments, and they're so, you know, in case, a Kushner so much criminal activity that they should not have security clearances. And so, you know, I'm guessing that there's some kind of scheme here. I I'm waiting for somebody who knows a lot more about it than me to to write the definitive op-ed. I don't know, Tom. It's because maybe I was thinking it'll make it a lot easier for him to get people in like Jared Baca. And why think he's already got who he wants? And so maybe now it's just like, okay. You know, let's let's create. Let's let's move it out of the White House and and move over to DOD. I I just don't know. I don't know exactly why he did it. And I don't know if it's part of his obstruction of congress strategy, or if it's part of his CYA a legal strategy or what? And you know, we'll probably know Monday Tuesday Wednesday of next week. So so wonder what's going to happen tomorrow? I think every day. Yeah. Yeah, man. And I as soon as I learned by the way, I will report on it. So so stay tuned to this spot town. Thanks a lot for the call Paul and Lucerne, California. Hey, Paul, what's on your mind today? I just wanted to talk about joining the Democratic Party. Yeah. People some quick easy tips on how to do it. Okay. Vivid? Big county, you have never credit clubs, and they knew how the central committee that will be your Democratic Party to join the club and work your way up through the club. Yeah. If you live in a small county. You probably have one club and central committee. And they're probably interchangeable. Okay. No by big, by the way, you're referring to population physical size. Yeah. Referred you know population. Yeah. You know as as cities versus rural, right? Even real area. So our our central community and our club. We have a my revolution up here. That's great. Oh there. I mean, Larry has done a great job of propagate, Larry, and and Nina Turner, just retailer work. Yeah. We do a lot of crossover work with them and stuff like that. And you know, they make they make it possible for anybody to foam big sign up in full Bank through my revolution. And different offerings of that group. It's really awesome. But it's important to join your party in the join the club because you get to pick out who's gonna keep you got a. Oh, see. Yeah. Local party put her on the ticket people voted for he won. If and that's that's what we need to do. We need to Republicans did the crazy part wing of the Republicans took over the Republican party. Well, it's time for us progressive take over the Democratic Party. I'm in because we have a two party. We have a winner-take-all system. It's only four parties choice lowering. I like all that stuff. It's awesome. But it's not to party. Yeah. Now, we have a different system than than most of the world. Most of the other democracies in the world is only seven countries that have first past the post winner, take all elections and two of those countries Australia. New Zealand have have incorporated ranked choice voting voting in order to compensate for that. So there's five countries, basically, we're one of them where you know. It's basically two party system. Everybody else is doing proportional representation, where where you know, if your party gets ten percent of the vote, you get ten percent of the seats in. Grice? But you know, this is what we have. You're absolutely right, Paul. And if you wanna participate in your choices are fairly straightforward.

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"lucerne california" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"lucerne california" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Socialist air traffic control system, shall we do away with our socialist fire departments should we do away. You know, I mean where do I do away with our socialist public schools? Of course, Betsy DeVos wants to do that. I mean, where do you wanna start should be asked of of some of these TV hosts who are so hysterical that they're socialists in the Democratic Party. Well devices from my state by state, we have been thoroughly I feel devastated public education here. Hopefully, our new governor can put us back in the right? Yeah. More than half of your kids in Michigan now are going to private schools. Yeah. Result of the efforts of Betsy DeVos, her family foundation in to a large extent. Dennis. Thank you for the call and thanks for thanks for watching us there in my home state. I grew up in Michigan. I lived there. The first twenty seven years of my life. I love Michigan. It's forty five minutes past the hour. Right back. You're listening to Tom Hartman. Visit Thom Hartmann dot com for audio and video archives. We'll be back with more of your calls or anything goes Friday in just a moment. And welcome back, Paul and Lucerne, California. Hey, Paul, thanks for watching free speech. What's up? Most turn whatsoever to you. I'm here. All right. This is making sure everybody's talking about a Blue Wave. Well, it's more like a balloon, and it can be popular easily enduring nothing about Trump could popped up. Learn and I agree with you. And you say is not gonna work twenty six and mimic can well, wait a minute. I'm not saying impeachment isn't gonna work. I'm I'm increasingly thinking could number one and number two. What do you think is going to cause that deflation of democratic enthusiasm to show up at the polls with the lack of holding Trump accountable? Is that what you're saying? Yeah. Not doing nothing about Trump, right? Hoping has to be done and something big has to be done. All right. I can understand hesitation on a beach meet because usually really good chance you'll lose. All right. You're not voting against Trump. They're going to get your first at a future democratic credit. You carry a national emergency over guarantees or over climate change. That's a good point against Trump. That's a good point. So your twenty fifth amendment. We have a panel loaded up with Republicans on the side, we have Bush Cheney, Dan Quayle, and Al Gore, you can't really use Clinton. Bronco bowl ball. Go is not a Republican Paul. I know okay. Three of them were we have one democrat. Okay. And then you give them a list of. Professionals accused we pick you picked you really can't shut we can't begged him on the panel that panel reports back to and then they go have a hearing in the Senate. Now, you're making him defend former presidents advice bridges. He's not capable of doing the job insecurity reports Yankee not capable greenie job. He's told me Netflix and shit. That's totally different than peach mint. Yeah. Really making in empty. There's no mechanism for doing that Paul yester- is or twenty fifty minutes says or a panel Carter shell impose right? But that that is after the vice president has written to congress and said. Been told me. I asked him to look it up. Yeah. They can't impose your peril because the regional. Woodrow Wilson advice prisoner was corrupt. It shows his panel. I thought the original twenty fifth amendment was because because what's his name died of a stroke guy. Know they had to destroy his wife in the cheapest Jaffna vice president for the last part amendment twenty-five whenever the vice president and a majority of either the principal officers of the executive basically the shelf transmit to the president pro tem of the Senate, and the speaker of the house the written declaration that the president is unable to discharge the power. So that has to be thereafter. It's the president says there's no inability. Then the vice president the majority of the principal officers must within four days transmit to the president. This is where you have the debate between the two that he is unable to discharge their upon congress. She'll decide the issue semblance within forty eight hours. It's a congress within twenty four hours is not in session determines by two thirds vote the president of unable. Yeah. I don't see anything about a committee here. Right now. I'm reading it. It's like I got I got a two from issue.

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"lucerne california" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

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01:48 min | 2 years ago

"lucerne california" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Okay. And welcome back. Let's see here Paul in Lucerne, California. Hey, Paul, thanks for watching free speech. Tv says you want to disagree with me about what? About the William Barbie help Trump corrupt treason. I think it's not the same as. Bush and Reagan they just committed treason to become President Trump is committed a series of state crimes. And I believe you'll be charged. If somebody gets off have you just New York will do exactly what they're going to do the Paul Manafort. They've already said if you pardon Paul Manafort charging, no mistake crimes. Got him ready? I believe that's all happy with Europe too. I think you're probably right Paul. And I hope you're right because that will be the first time since really since nineteen nineteen seventy-two since since seventy four I guess was when Nixon left office that'd be the first time since the seventies that a president has been held accountable for crimes committed in office or in order to get into office. Well, the state of New York is conducting assignments. Investigation with bothered me. Either. So that's why Robert Mueller get that Robert Mueller is a really smart, man. Yes. -servative? Yeah. He's been a lifelong Republican. Yeah. Day cover their butts down. Okay. They think of everything in this guy knows how conservative thinks. So I think it's I think he was a good choice. Well, and he's and he's hired. What was particularly interesting is most of the people who are working with Muller where people who are specialists in organized crime fraud, and and essentially.

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04:29 min | 2 years ago

"lucerne california" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Some states, make it very easy, some states make it very difficult. Wisconsin's very friendly to co ops Louisiana's very hostile to them. So number one, you need a fake consistency. Among our state laws across the country. And then number two we need to stop giving or extrordinary benefits and subsidies to four profit corporations to start offering some of those above and beyond just before profit corporations. Get to these nonprofit entities that are worker on co-ops, Justin. Thanks for the call. You're listening to Tom Hartman. Visit Thom Hartmann dot com for audio and video archives. Forty-five minutes past the hour back with more of your calls. Actually, we're gonna check in with talk media news here at four minutes and get the news. And then we'll continue you anything goes. And welcome back, Paul Lucerne, California. Hey, Paul, what's on your mind today? Hey, tom. I have a pretty decent where I think we can reduce our carbon footprint pretty quickly. There's no big trucks. Diesels on the drawing board. All right. So we just make sure all our diesels, Burke, converted bio and assume with their trains trains run on electric generators run. By diesel engines them run on file diesel would help our firms out reducer footprint do. Real quickly. Yeah. That can be done rapidly. You know, Elon Musk is also making electric long haul trucks and to switch batteries and stuff which a truck driver has to be able to go, and he doesn't have time during his way over he can make the battery glasses long as you could drive in. You're good to go. Yeah. Yeah. You don't have time to do that diesel with biodiesel diesel was originally designed to run on peanut oil as a competitor to gas. Yup. And gas was originally designed to run an alcohol and diesels were originally designed to run on basically kerosene. No peanut oil peanut. Okay. Yeah. That's what the guy for because the guy knew that burning burn gas was going to pollute the planet called greenhouse effect in eventually kill the planet. Now, I think I think you're absolutely right Paul there. You know, the fact of the matter is that we subsidize the fossil fuel industry here in the United States to the tune of about three hundred billion dollars a year. And that's what we've gotta stop. We step one toward anything, including a green new deal is to stop the subsidies to fossil fuels Paul. Thanks for the call very well said Corky in Rochester, New York, Corky. What's up? Are you doing Tom? Yeah. I there's only one way to get Trump out of out of here. You start making fun of the guy can't stand that. Yeah. Everybody make fun of his stupid. I think that's why that's why Schumer and Pelosi are using the word tantrum repeatedly. Yeah. I mean Schumer did everything except say that you know, he slammed his little tiny hand down on the desk. All right. We're really Santa mop. Yeah. And once you make runny him once you get rid of the. Then the rest of the body dies. All the Trump powers. Don't feel like fools for supporting them. Yeah. For supporting a guy who had been regularly and roundly ridiculed. Yeah. Yeah. Yes. So the challenge here is, you know, how do you convince the news media that Trump has disrespected them by lying to them and lying about them? And therefore, they don't know they no longer need to respect him. Even if they want to respect the office, and therefore they can be disrespectful in a way. That's comedic. I mean, I see this happy the evening shows and catch the clips of Colbert and the daily show with with Mr. Trevor Noah and so on, but I'm I'm certainly not seeing this in the in the in the news news where you're seeing it in two thousand eleven breakfast. You know? Oh, you're talking about the correspondence dinner, Louise. And I were there we watch Donald Trump get taken down by Barack Obama. We.

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"lucerne california" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

10:36 min | 2 years ago

"lucerne california" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Of democracy. Truth and Justice believers in peace freedom and the American way Tom Harmon here with you. And for the first hour of what's typically anything goes Friday, congressman Cada is gonna be with us taking your calls or actually is with us. He is the vice chair the congressional progressive caucus represents California. I believe it's the seventeenth district. Right. Yeah. There we go and his website is Connor K H A N N, A dot house dot gov, and you can tweet him at rep row are Okada. Congressman welcome back. Great to be back on and I should add. If it's not self evident that you're with us for the hour taking calls from our listeners on whatever topics are at the top of their minds are telephone number two zero two eight oh, eight ninety nine twenty five congress. I'd like to just kind of kick it off with a question. I I'll speak specifically a Stacey Abrams in Georgia because that story is in the news. But you, and I both know this is happening in I believe it's twenty seven states now are are engaged in massive voter purges and have been since since the early two thousands or late nineties. And in fact, the the mother of all of these in terms of you know, in terms of people knowing about it was Florida in two thousand when the BBC Greg palace was working for the BBC. And they they did a report that played heavily all across England and Europe and was literally never played in the United States during that period of time where the BBC reported that some ninety thousand African Americans had been purged from the voting rolls just before the two thousand election to get by Jeb Bush, and Catholic Katherine Harris in order to help Jeb Bush's brother, George win that state a story that if it happened in Panama or Nicaragua or Honduras, we'd be calling for the overthrow of the illegitimate government. But. But in any case of Stacey Abrams, loses Georgia by fewer than the fifty seven thousand votes that Brian campus refusing. People who are have registered to vote, but he's refusing to put them on the rolls or for that matter. If she loses by less than the five hundred and seventy thousand he's purged from the voting rolls in the last year. Or the the million that he's voted Persian. The voting rolls in the last couple of years. What should she do what what should candidates democratic candidates start doing? If they quote lose an election in a state where it's really pretty clear that that election was rigged. And particularly if it was rigged in ways that would have been illegal before the supreme court gutted the Voting Rights Act. We were talking right before the show, Tom. I think the first thing is she should refuse to concede Al Gore conceded to George Bush in two thousand that shaped the American public opinion. And it was Fox News as you pointed out an earlier conversation who called it election, prematurely for George Bush. So if this is an election that's close under fifty thousand vote and Brian Kamm continues to re- to refuse to recuse himself as secretary of state, refusing to certify of people who have registered a perfectly legally and that the difference, then I don't think Stacy should concede and it's somewhat personal. I knew Stacy back in law school, and she has been someone who cared about civil rights and cared about economic Justice since she was a law student, and she's a fighter, and I hope she won't just concede prematurely. Yeah. Well, we already have calls from all over. In the country. So let's just dig right into it. Your calls for congress and ro Khanna Noel in Corpus Christi, Texas. You're on the air with Carson, Connor. Hi, Dr Tom. Hi, congressman. I'm calling because that editorial that Donald Trump put the opinion, quote unquote that was in the USA today. Paper was in our local newspaper. They put some comments, and they're saying, this is only an opinion yada, yada, yada. I called them complained about it because I think any opinion from the opposite. The president is different than any other opinion. I have not seen a rebuttal. I'm hoping there is one that the Democrats and the progressives are going to put out and I'd like to get a copy and put it in our local paper, at least is there any information about that. I'm guessing, by the way, Noel, your local papers probably owned by Gannett the company that owns USA today. They own smaller pay per day are a subsidiary of USA today. Okay. Congressman well, the best response to Donald Trump's op Ed is Donald Trump's own words. I mean, someone should simply print from his book the America, we deserve which he published in two thousand. Thousand his defense of a single payer system. His admission back then that Canada had a superior healthcare system. His argument in that book that while he's usually a free market person. He believes that single payer healthcare is cheaper and has better benefits. So what USA today really ought to do. And these papers ought to do is take that excerpt from his book and print it and print that side by side with the op-ed. Of course, Bernie Sanders has done a full response. But Trump is basically contradicting something he believed fifteen years ago. That's amazing cars, I had no idea had written a book that said that he he did it's in America, we deserve. And he actually says I think Canada has a better healthcare system than we do I usually a free market person. But when it comes to health care, a single payer system is better. And I really think the democrat needs to be pointing this out more that this. This was Donald Trump's own view back in two thousand is incredible. Joe in Cupertino, California, you're on the congressman Connor. Good morning, Tom. Good morning. Congressman. I'm interested in trying to follow up are made contact with your office. And I got a really nice letter in regards to your support of what's going on with the cavenaugh thing. But you know, yesterday, I saw congressman Senator Harrison interviewing Christopher Wray, and I was dismayed. I. Eighteen. What is it America choosy himself from hearing the referral and his admission that the scope and limitations set by the White House over the cavenaugh confirmation hearings. Really concerns me now. Talked about accuracy court was more court supreme court people. But I don't believe we should concede this nomination to our this appointment to the supreme court with what sitting out in front of us. I believe Dr Ford, and I'd like to know as a Yale graduate. What you think about the fact that they were in the same class ended up being Christopher Wray and cabin on. How he can not recused himself in the periods. What appears to be a conflict of interest. Interesting. I just wondered what action you can take her who you can persuade to continue to run this to ground because I think the supreme court deserves to be fully staffed with competent people not just whoever picked and I'll wait for your answer. Thank you, sir. All men Carson, did you graduate from Yale Law School. Yeah. I try I try not to mention that. Schools. Excuse me. Anyone who has to Georgetown prep or or or yell is a hiding in the closet bringing their heads right now. I appreciate the caller is a commented let me make two concrete points. I Jerry Nadler who hopefully we'll be cheering. The judiciary committee has said that we are going to continue to investigate the matter and the House Judiciary committee will have tremendous power over. This Nancy Pelosi has said that the FBI report ought to be declassified and ought to be made public that we're going to subpoena that we're going to subpoena the FBI we're going to try to do our own investigation to get to the bottom of this. The second thing in terms of the court expansion, I was just talking to Bruce Ackerman. The other day who teaches at at Yale. And he pointed out that one of the things we have to do is modernize the supreme court just from a perspective of what we need for the twenty first century, the supreme court, currently only hearing eighty cases that's down from one hundred and eighty four cases during the Reagan administration, the reason that they're not. Able to hear these cases that they have so many Cirque petitions and nine justices simply isn't sufficient the court started with six justices, and Lincoln and Jefferson added justices. So we ought to look and a reform that would be for expanding the court, maybe you can have a supermajority required for confirmation to modernize the court in the twenty first century, and then I think will avoid a constitutional crisis. But if we don't modernize the court, and you majoritarian policies struck down by counter mature tearing court that's going to be for worse. And these are things that can be a pastor congress with a simple majority vote. They are. But you know, one other thing that this is Bruce accurate idea. But he and he's spent his life studying the constitution, you could actually term limit justices. And then have them serve on a court of appeals because the constitution says they need to be in the judiciary for life. Not that they need to be on the supreme court for life. So you could see a system of ten twelve years on the supreme court. And then you go down to the court of appeals. That's interesting because at the founding of the Republic, they all rode the circuit. In fact, they did that until eighteen ninety one. That's why they kept expanding the number of justices because the number of circuits went all the way up to ten which is why there were ten ten justices during the Lincoln administration. And then of course, they cut it down to six when Andrew Johnson came in because the radical Republicans were seriously peo-, the Johnson was a democrat cetera et cetera. But all that drama, but wow. Yeah, that's a brilliant idea BRUCE'S idea, but his point is that one of the things he said, they'll stop people from gaming the system right now, the people in their forties and fifties you really want. Someone at the end of their career. And if you have someone say that you could serve twelve years fifteen years eighteen years, you probably have someone be appointed in their sixties. And then they go into on the circuit court. And so you get people also warned trying to game the system and have someone be there for forty fifty years. Yeah. Yeah. And you do want people who are wise and wisdom really is the older I get the more. I realize a function of of experience on top of knowledge, you know, it's not just any Paul in Lucerne, California. You're on the air with congressman. Oh, hey, Paul. I'm gonna hit the break here. I'm sorry. We're.

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"lucerne california" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"lucerne california" Discussed on Doughboys

"To go on TV for anti auntie on is she's, she's, she lived to like almost one hundred very always on or is it an an? Yeah. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. I'll ask if she's like the pretzel pretzels chain. I was just like, I just, I thought that was interesting. He's the one and only show you that I wouldn't tell you that about. I do. What an amazing detailed old back by the way review. Because that's right. Godmother's. She she, the only snack she liked was the body of Christ. Now she's, she's, she passed this last year. Yeah. Father also pass way right. My father's passed away a lot of death going on. Well, yeah, yeah, you'll get there. Don't worry, don't we know it. So one more thing, but I wanna to talk about and this is this is dead and your family. You know it just thankfully just grandparents inside in your family. Who am I dead too? I guess is the Bayer question, but no, no, my have. I think the there's a lot of long longevity on both sides of my family, but most of us are still hanging in there. But I wanted to ask you real quick about a chain restaurant job. I know you had you worked at Marie calendar's for a spell. Yes. I can take you through my food service jobs, Lee. Okay. Fifteen years old, worked at a Christian yogurt shop. Wow. Oh, the Manus station. Oh my God. Which was a friend of the church. My parents coerce them into giving me a job, and I believe I worked there six weeks before I was fired. Then at eighteen I worked at Marie calendar's right for and I was a host for it was my first real restaurant job. My friend got me the job and I was a host for six months and then and then that was my first job. So I think I was there for a year maybe a year and a half until I was fired because I've told this story on, I think three them. But we would it was. It was a very atypical restaurant job, and I thought every restaurant job was like this because. At this particular restaurant in in Whittier Lucerne, California after the night was over the managers which shut down the Marie calendar's, which was also a bar and we would then party until four or five in the morning. Oh man. Like just basically free drinks from the bar night. Weirdly the manager would throw like porn on the big screen. Oh my God. And then all of the managers were like hooking up with the waitresses and stuff. So it was like, and we were all really tight friends..

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"lucerne california" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

06:44 min | 2 years ago

"lucerne california" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"And program I'm Jefferson Smith It's an honor to be with. You let's go to Lou that a lot, of people patiently waiting one of them is Lou. From weblog Colorado I think wants to follow up on the. Discussion we just. Had on the EPA and the clean power plan. Go ahead loop Jefferson good show all you good. To see Tom Especially we get a different. Point of. View in which is always good Discuss the EPA before the PA, when I was a kid growing up in in part of Saint Louis We used to write our. Names on the cars in the coal lash came to power plant and my dad always buy great cars so the ice didn't show. And, virtually everybody I knew had about fifty percent of the kids had bronchitis is real coming back down yeah and then the EPA came. Along and they put these restrictions on coal plants and most people will, know it's more than the ninety nine percent reduction is dirty as. You might think a coal plan is is ninety nine percent reduced from what it was in nineteen seventy and a lot of people don't know in hundred seventy two coal plants are all about. To go broke because of the cost of fuel when the EPA force them to clean up their combustion the only way to do it was to burn more efficiently and they actually reduced the amount of coal by seventy five Five percent required to burn to create a kilowatt. Of energy so he saved the coal industry and we went with Obama's clean coal initiative would once again save industry yeah Liu and a couple of things I want to amplify one is one of the important challenges the results of there not being new solution oriented journalism and I think when I guess I should. Probably do some more myself the when they're good people who, are doing good things we've gotta would when government or democracy does something that is useful that has positive results, we've got to make sure we, tell those stories because you're I think people have forgotten how the impact that social security and Medicare had, that when social, security and Medicare we're past just prior to that our generation was the poorest generation we now and I think we may face. It again as baby boomers. Retire without retirements but we now have with the older generation is the second wealthiest generation where we don't have catastrophic. Poverty to the same scale we had before government intervention same thing with the environment we are on the. Way Not only the heating the planet but also to just make, an it's another good breathe and, it was actually and getting worse and worse and worse and California has actually gotten a little better the, air is cleaner, now than it was when I was a kid so I appreciate the call let's go to Paul who been waiting patiently from. Lucerne California just mentioned California. You wanna talk about the. Senate from the Twitter conversation Yes I do but first of all. Elected mentioned earlier comment that that guy makes he's right white people need. To knowledge that they have. White pig rich and we need to use our white, privilege in call out. Other white people when you're acting like bigots yeah only So that's the deal. There, now There's only one way to stop this court nominee from being appointed to supreme court now, to deny Mitch McConnell of corn and you can do that by. Every, single dinner at thieving town now I've done. My research and. I miss you we've actually. Work Now I'm in I'm in the party and we can't do nothing unless we have a certain amount of people, to make a corm now I heard this digested about a month. Ago, yeah it was it was a one time. Allows sitting here Yeah we're smart people talk about I, talked to a sentence should yeah I would work and the only entity that can chase down the centers and compelled him to come back is. One, person just sergeant and rob Just in every single Senator was did not come home from your -cation every democrat and stay home And avoid sergeant of arms they can't get. The supreme court nominee push. Through until after the election and this guy isn't just about women's rights it's just about all right Okay because this guy we're all everybody's talking about impeachment, this guy doesn't think your president should, be impeached dreaming investigating till after he's done be president yeah and low you're. Saying the times are extreme enough to consider. Extreme, measures and I. Think at least discussing them I can see why you would. Want to and why it makes my why there's a strong argument wanna, go to cloudy oh and westerfield Connecticut watch. It on YouTube below Claudia Hey good morning how you doing all. Right, good afternoon for. More I am how are. Right Right Here's my my concern sitting here and I'm, thinking you, know, I I view America sort of like Yoko. Hollick you're not gonna really turn it around until you hit rock. Bottom. Yeah and my question, is what do you consider to be the? Event Hit us at rock bottom because I. Really was always telling, everybody you know Trump being president that's good because within six months. Will hit rock bottom and now everything that's happening and everything. That's going on I'm realizing what Einstein said is, right you, know, the difference between stupidity and genius genius has. Its limits and it just amazes me because there's gonna be some. Catastrophic. Event it's going to, have to Kerr before things get turned around That's when I feel I'd like to know what you think is played or if it's yeah now here you give I thought I thought I I think it's an important insight and if we look at the major political changes in. American history they usually have corresponded with major events so the turn of the last century which is a time that I've been, focusing on, over the last. Ten years really because the turn of this last century. Had more than ten years and moving from an agrarian. Age in an industrial age shift to. The economy and one that had significant impacts. On not only the, economy and human life and also democracy in the purchase of democracy. And.

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"lucerne california" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"lucerne california" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Website this is the thom hartmann program and you can tweet him a dave daily number three or a fair vote dave thanks for being with us await the pleasure tom thank you could talk committee we'll be right back and welcome back paul in lucerne california hey paul you had an update or a film in on the blanks and whatnot on the california uh single payer stuff yeah because the you i took your tagged your it to heart and i join the democratic party tall and i get to listen to lectures now any no you're talking about dirty manning california the problem we have is because we have we were gerrymander tip and early 2000s do we pass this law saying they have to have a twothirds majority vote to raise taxes that by sp sized 60s you've got stalled in the senate because they didn't testify 62 is the single payer provision yet okc okay so what they're doing right now and they didn't have time to get it through all the communities all right and i i heard a lecture on this two months three months ago so i'm free up to date on it all right and what they're doing is they're gonna pass this law saying we do not need twothirds majority trees taxes go over signs outlaw dissenters weir's going to bring up five sixty to vote on it and we're going to california will be single payer by two thousand eighteen and you thousand eighteen california we'll be single payer and if anybody from california don't believe me go ahead and call your representative and they're going to tell you to suit i just told you what's great news and and nothing more quick thing anybody who wants to know when a congressman knows about cbo just go to the cbo website santer podemo essen retirement congressmen or senator anybody gives the bill score to see cbo will send you a quick draft get a hold breakdown all that's great story and i'm getting i'm i'm usually not for my research for my book jorgen dole breakdown initiating pedia filed a huge now h everything the congressmen that's seven scored do you have the right to read that because you're tax dollars paid for it that's great paul thanks for the information i really appreciate it emigrate go and teach me everything you've taught me how good.

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"lucerne california" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"lucerne california" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"To the prosecutors and this is the stuff that's gonna come out of the moeller investigation i'm guessing that uh the evidence of actual collusion is going to be a thinner hard to come by but the act the evidence of attempted collusion is already in the which is already in the public domain is massive but but i think that the the things that the reason why donald trump didn't want to be president or expect to be president at least aquarium michael wolves book i extrapolate the reasons as being he knows that he has a criminal past and or at least a lot of shady deals you know to working with the oligarchy working with foreign dictators uh you know working with people who were obviously doing money laundering one of the main ways that people launder money is through real estate for highend real real estate which is the businesses in and then working with the mob in the construction business in new york i i figure i think he figured that he that none of that stuff would ever come out because he wouldn't become president he would just kind of fade into the history and uh you know he and his family would just get all the fame that came from running for president so or won't oh they can never outlive yeah exactly and and and apparently believes actually believes the body kennedy covered up crimes for john kit john kennedy and the two loretta lynch covered up crimes for barack obama and he's so upset the jeff uh jeff sessions jefferson baugh regard session the third won't do the same for him it's amazing paul and lucerne california a paul what's on your mind today tom terry by republicans year and we talked about the cost of iron speech and we did some research i i we stopped i was at the end of his presidency it wasn't even at the very beginning of his presidency and he's actually speaking to one year old beater did you hear the city and he was told him look we've got to go is this choice a is we give this arm if name or choice being is in good on the order pace them you made out but you're clean luke whoa i mean the republican party is no longer viable political parties it's it's a cool to tack to kick him.

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"lucerne california" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:27 min | 4 years ago

"lucerne california" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Com and elon's new book loving what you do hale and what's going on in the world today okay well it looks like north korea is going to plan on joining the nuclear club despite the united nations sanctions that were passed unanimously which include people who have the veto power so they still passed it but it will miniaturized and nuclear weapon that can get on one of they're missiles which of course can reach think parts of the united states a lot faster than they thought north korea could do it shortly didn't we go through this kind of song and dance about fifteen or twenty years ago with pakistan well we did but pakistan is not a looney if the guy kerr apparently i mean you know i i'd leave pakistan and you know your we we're concerned that they had a nuclear weapon what happened ellen the we just lost her picture but what about our phone audio ellen are you on one on starving their camp can you hear me yeah i can hear you know that's harrys dunaway away okay so the president is having is roundtable on opioid addiction whoa yeah but why is your phone cutting pop possibly and i'm still cutting out why it was so strange because you both your phone and your internet cut out at the same time ida and you've got your phone service bundled with your internet service unfortunately uh that explains that okay so any out to try it again and let's see we okay so basically the president as having a roundtable on opioid addiction he's going to be making a statement before oh ellen i'm sorry uh this is this is the problem of both bundle in your phone service with your internet and television that doesn't work ellen i'm gonna have to drop the i is this no we're not we're not getting through anything at all here uh i'm gonna put you on holding talks at louise and we can work this out paul in louise she's online eleven paul in lucerne california a paul what's on your mind that eight arm a think anything panjshir as you can rolled back mooncake two thousand eighteen two thousand twenty so he definitely was served to walsh narrow as far as north korea goes dropping a.

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"lucerne california" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:25 min | 4 years ago

"lucerne california" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Okay well it looks like north korea is going to plan on joining the nuclear club despite the united nations sanctions that were passed unanimously which include uh people who have the veto power i so they still passed it but it looks like they have miniaturize nuclear weapon that can get on one of their missiles which of course can reach faith think park the united state a lot faster than they thought north korea could do it initially then we go through this kind of song and dance about fifteen or twenty years ago with pakistan well we did but pakistan uh is not as looney if the guy fia apparently uh i mean eh you know i believe it pakistan and you know your we we're concerned if they had a nuclear weapon at cetera but avenue ellen the we just lost her picture but what about our phone audio ellen are you on one on starving their camp can you hear me yeah i can hear you know that's harrys don't know what happened okay so the president is having news roundtable on opioid addiction that is whoa yeah but why is your phone cutting attack possibly and i'm still carrying out why it was so strange because you both your phone and your internet cut out at the same time if you've got your phone service bundled with your internet so unfortunately a bad explains that okay so any out to try to get into the let's see what we okay so basically the president as having a roundtable on opioid addiction i he's going to be making a statement before oh ellen i'm sorry this is this is the problem of both bundle in your phone service with your internet and television that doesn't work out i'm going to have to drop the i is this now we're we're not we're not getting through anything at all here i'm going to push on holding talked to louise and we can work this out paul in louise she's online eleven paul in lucerne california a paul what's on your mind that i ate arm 18 anything you've finished as we could roll back when we kqe thousand eighteen two thousand twenty so he's definitely rusher qe bullshit now as far as north korea goes dropping a bomb scenario deserted area in the.

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"lucerne california" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

04:01 min | 4 years ago

"lucerne california" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"The welcome back uh let's see here paul watching free speech tv and lucerne california hey paul what's on your mind today tom paul yeah you're on the air okay we got you're talking about go cuba when you i'm sorry said again last week we were talking about you needed crank apollo bigger christer yeah as better now what you say ricki we're talking about are your question aren't california weather he'll period cable pray for much more require i told you during the democratic party we hit on an already every work okay eight mark mcgwire got his victor i'm one guy the freedom party when you cofounder mary how cruel is that that's great yeah yeah okay jewelry two that quipped injured while now it's it's leftover from the from go it should take about a year to jackie right i quit to take a year ticket britain good two two good for you i heard on it harry right so step one as to repeal was at prop prop thirteen or was it a later profits it was a ballot initiative uh okay oh really sure here we did away with it now beautiful right i know i mean you've been stake i mean we got money bank to country could take a look at co cornea from our country right yeah no i don't disagree paul and i think particularly if he goes single payer so you're suggesting that the it was confirm or or or knocked down my memory here by recollection is the that it was a ballot initiative promoted by the billionaire groups say that you can't raise taxes without a super maju already am i remember in right so so how all right so they're planning are they planning on knocking down this ballot initiative i mean was that an amendment augusta show was that a law go to date change sure if you can't change it right in our constitutional right and presumably it would take a majority not a supermajority to change the law that says he added to have a supermajority arrays taxes oh you're right okay so so senator told me appreciate eighty person who had on you really into now right now show everybody can you please the party we very very well said well said good luck davis update okay paul he was up today okay thanks a lot on the talk and thanks for washington when we read that.

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