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"m kennedy institute" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Alright we'll get to the entertainment news, but just Tio hash a little politics over here, So we were talking about the Kennedy compound. Earlier on in the show, because we're talking about Ted Kennedy and the fact that Joseph P. Kennedy the third he lost his race against Senator Markey up there in Massachusetts, the first time a Kennedy has ever lost in Massachusetts, by the way, so it could be the end of Camelot. The end of the Kennedy Dynasty. So I happen to be up in a high and a sport over the summer and popped around the Kennedy compound. And I was under the impression that little section of it that you might be able to tour now, but I got an email from Maria. She says, Hi, Michael. I live in and grew up in high Ana sport, So I guess she's listening to us on the theory I heart radio app. She lives in the high end sport, and she says, Get this Natalie. She was married to Ted Kennedy's best friend. She said. No, you cannot tour the compound. It is not open for tours, she says. Sincerely, a fellow Republican who had great discussions with the Kennedys around the dining room table. Kind of interesting. Well, so I looked this up. And in fact, I guess you can't tour but here's the Here's the murky thing, Joe. So Edward M. Kennedy his family when he died, they donated Part of the compound to the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate, which is a kind of research thing. Now what they donated that and if you can research there Do you think that is something really for scholars? Or do you think that's a bit of a tax Dodge? Clearly it's a tax dodge 100% talk about murky, murky is crystal clear going out of there, and I haven't But could you like, knock on the gate and say, Hey, I want to use the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States so wrong, you have to put in an application. It takes about three years before we will be able to process the implications of something a little strange going out there to be running out of money. The Kennedys is that possible. Well, I always heard that they were I'm sure they have a lot of land Still, but you know what? Their incomes. I mean, Now that you know, Joseph just lost the election. He has no income. What one of the incomes communities who, when the family's working And I guess if you're I guess if you're Jackie's daughter, what's her name there, Caroline? I guess you're fine because she married well, I think And you know her mom sold that or she sold her mother's Fifth Avenue apartment for like 20 million bucks or something like that. I suppose there are a lot of other dribbling, little drooling Little Kennedy's out there who do nothing but play touch football and front into trees. Whether scheme Hopefully they manage that. Oh, well, that's for me. So so wrong. There's a Kennedy dub. Race in New Jersey actually Really Amy Amy Kennedy. She is the wife of Patrick Kennedy, who is the son of Ted Kennedy. I believe, um, and she is running for the seat that's been empty by Ah, the Andrews of you know, Yes, Nobody knows, but Chris Matthews called and there's an empty seat. She's running for it. What can we get around the show? Amy Kennedy. What's it like to be married to a Kennedy? Right? Get that woman the woman who sat it and had dinner with them. I'd be curious to talk to her to know that I'm gonna e mail. You know? What's it like to be married at Kennedy? Will you don't let them drive? Probably. All right. So some entertainment news for you now Forbes has released The world's 10. Highest paid celebrities. Okay, I'm going to give you number one because she's always number one Kylie Jenner she made between June 2019 inmate 2020. She made $590 million Can you guess? Gnome who's second on the list isn't another Kardashian maybe number two. That would be so unfair. I think it's somebody who may have been married to her. Kardashian a Kanye West is a kind of 170 million. Exactly. Still married. Yeah, they are still married. Still more for now, anyway. Alright, Number three. I'll give you a hint from the world of sports. Him. I mean, give me another hand Love 15 the tennis player. No Roger Federer. 106 million bucks. Now, this guy I don't know who he is, but I'm going to imagine he's a soccer player. Cristiano Ronaldo. Oh, my gosh. You really don't know who he is. I said he was a soccer player. I know what I'm talking about here already. I don't like Hey, I do a lot of prep before we go in. I'm not even trying to pull out ofthe way. All know it five million bucks. All right. Here's someone I'm also not familiar with Lionel Messi. Come on. Well, is he message? You know? He's not clean. What is it? You feel like five to I know. Funny guy. He's Yeah. So what does he do? Soccer player? Well, if he's that small, it should be a jockey. All right, He's in there at 104 Million. Oh, here's Joe's favorite because she took that beautiful photo of herself after she had the baby. Tyler Perry. The Katy Perry. Oh, sorry. Who's Tyler? You're great. You're great. God really.
"m kennedy institute" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Welcome to you know you are saying I'm Anthony said he the infirmity anal hosa to start off today show we travel to the Edward M. Kennedy institute in Boston Massachusetts the room is solemn and yet intimate in the Senate chambers the desks feel like they're from another time dark wood and heavy there's a second floor gallery from which people can peer down on the elected officials as they do their work it's in here in this very room this morning that senators from all across the country have gathered for a fierce but focused discussion about one of the nation's most controversial issues end they hail from all over the country yeah and I because my and my dad is also I have no idea I just new Jones and a share of the money are US senators for the day they're also fourth graders well I'm I'm nine and they're here today if you can believe it to solve our nation's immigration crisis it's an issue that hits close to home at least they think it does yeah my grandparents my grandparents on both sides of me I'm only on my face yeah yeah I think India the Edward M. Kennedy institute is a museum named for the late senator Edward Ted Kennedy it's a place we heard of because it has a really interesting approach to hands on learning about civics today they're going to take a group of nine and ten year olds and turn them into U. S. senators and over the course of a few hours given the daunting task of crafting and passing a comprehensive immigration reform bill comprehensive immigration reform is something both sides of the aisle have been asking for while also blaming the other party for blocking it resident trump and speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi last year we do a very good job considering the laws are so bad and we can't get any Democrat votes to change if they have not ever been interested in they cough and you sometimes you are repeated that it's a compromise that is not a compromise it may be a compromise with the devil but it's not a compromise with the Democrats and so we were curious everyone knows that our immigration system has issue can these kids actually do something about it can they accomplish something our own government can't producers of fear but he's a car travel to Boston to find out beyond the glass doors of the Edward M. Kennedy institute a school bus pulls up to the current the door opens and I see them start towards us with their paper bag lunches and tell others running area in the running and suddenly they are upon us the fourth graders he elementary school have arrived this morning the kids will become senators are from a school in Brookline a well off suburb of Boston and they have a big task to do comprehensive immigration reform can mean a lot of things like increasing border enforcement tweaking worker visas and imposing fines for employers who hire undocumented immigrants but the bill that the kids senators will be working on today focuses specifically on the most controversial aspect of comprehensive immigration reform providing a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants that's what they'll be trying to get past today the last time the US Congress even attempted something this major wasn't twenty thirteen under Barack Obama today is critical because no effort to fix the immigration system has gotten this far in years more than eighty senators voted yes to tackle in that bill died well it did pass the Senate the Republican majority house refused to take it up for a vote and the last time the Congress exceeded I creating a legal pathway for undocumented immigrants was way back in nineteen eighty six under Ronald Reagan this bill the immigration.
"m kennedy institute" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Is happening today from noon to four pm at the Edward M Kennedy institute for the United States Senate Columbia point in Chester. It's on Morrissey boulevard. It's a family friendly event, focusing, primarily on several service projects that positively impact youth populations who need extra support activities today include filling backpacks and making blankets. Thirty seven point nine. Online at ten three dot com on your phone with the heart radio app and on hundreds of devices. Alexa, Google home XBox and Sonos. Boston. It is five fifty three traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all-wheel-drive traffic on the threes, David. How you doing? We're doing very well. Looking around downtown really nothing to worry about for the lower deck in the Cambridge lever connector is clear in both directions. No troubles for the Tobin bridge, or the airport tunnels expressways moving right along very light traffic in both directions between Boston and Braintree. No problems up and down the south shore on route three good ride to and from Rhode Island on routes twenty four and ninety five looking up to the north in and out of New Hampshire on routes three and ninety three they're in good shape and four ninety five looking good through Lawrence, and Lowell and Littleton out to the west. The mass turnpike is no problems getting by route two ninety four ninety five or one twenty eight to ninety itself is looking good, David straw, Felino, WBZ's traffic on the threes. And now the four day WBZ AccuWeather forecast. Here's the latest from AccuWeather meteorologist, Brian Thompson intervals of clouds and sunshine. There can be a shower thunderstorm around, especially north and west of Boston.
"m kennedy institute" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber
"Well, you make such a great point enjoys bringing you into this as a as a prosecutor, you know, full disclosure, the part of me that is a journalist. We welcome all new information. We get it's fascinating when witnesses wanna talk during a probe. So I get that. But speak to the point that Neo rages, which is separate from the journalistic inquiry or a lot of citizens following this the legal part of this which is Muller's folks looking at all of this signal sending and they're not naive about what's going on. Yeah. You know, two different categories of people here for from prosecutors point of view, I do not want my witnesses out in public talking creating more statements that they can be cross examined about. But my targets my subject. I'm happy to see them make public pronouncements every time you the president gets on Twitter. Roger stone goes on TV. They're just given Muller. More. Cannon fodder for what's coming Mr. card? Do you think that it would be a good idea for Bill bar to kind of clear this all up and say, look, whatever is not actually classified from the national security perspective ought to at least go to congress. If not to the general public from Muller because that seems to be the other sticking point. We're seeing right now. Well, first of all, I know Bill Barr. I have the greatest confidence at him. He is an outstanding lawyer in a really good person who is well grounded in doing the right thing. So I have confidence that he will do the right thing. I want to make sure everybody is protected from the presumption of guilt. Well, let me say I'm going to have the it is gonna is my reporter's privileged interim. When you say he should do. He should do the right thing. I think viewers go. Okay. So what does that that's like, Washington talk? What is the right thing? Here is it ensuring that the bulk of the non part of the report should be the question or not I trust him to exercise. Good judgment. Whether there was something in the report that should not be in the public domain, and I would do that in consi- consultation with the special prosecutor is this something that should be in the public domain or you just considering it as part of this. What you've discovered in what should be going forward. If you were to present case to either congress to do deal for impeachment offer other case. That might be around. I there are lots of times when that happens. Lawyers addressing the possibility of action that could be taken by any entity. That's the responsible thing to do. We don't look at. I like full disclosure, but I also believe that there are some things that do protect someone's presumption of innocent and our legal system of saying we don't know for sure we shouldn't put a presumption out there. We should be based understand that the melting and finally you are a Republican. But would you describe your accent as Kennedy esque, all I'm I'm from Massachusetts. I'm proudly on the board of the M Kennedy institute for the United States Senate Doron mend Republicans on the board. I believe in public service. I believe in the noble, call a public service. I wanna polish the noble call a public service, and I celebrate EID democracy. I'm also the chairman of the National Endowment of democracy, and I wanna America's democracy to be the great example for the world to see. And right now, we're looking a little bit tarnished tarnished, mar we're overtime. But if I thought. I just I just wanted to say that as much of the report the Miller report is possible needs to be made public. The American people deserve to know. What's in it? At to the greatest extent possible tastic. I I think we covered a lot of ground. We didn't even get into the patriots MasterCard. New Joyce and Andrew pigs to each of you coming up much. Thank you serve coming up. We turn to this bombshell leak about Trump's executive time what he's really doing all the blank spaces in the schedule and new polls show Starbucks billionaire Howard Schultz out of step with most Americans on taxes. I have an exclusive interview with Schultz business rival who got his start. None other than Starbucks barista. And my breakdown of a rare move by Trump. He just admitted a mistake..
"m kennedy institute" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"We look over into the window which we then discovered was on our floor and we can see the we can see the, glare of, fire inside of the building and a. Little bit of smoke rising from the window and so at that. Point we realized this is a. Pretty serious situation Austin dollars and cents was two hundred thousand, the school reporting one student sustaining a minor leg injury that sent that. Student to. The hospital. But no serious, injuries however when the sprinkler system went off. It cost water damage on three floors that effectively shut down the entire building Boston University is now looking, for a, better temporary housing situation for forty students and investigators are looking into. What may have started, the blaze Thanks to, a couple of. Bystanders four year old boy was saved from drowning at sandy beach in. Winchester yesterday afternoon an off-duty revere police officer ended Dr were, nearby when the boy was found unresponsive underwater a witness told WBZ TV that. The boy had fallen off a flow device the officer pulled the boy from, the water and began administering, CPR the doctor joined in to help the boy was breathing as he was carried off the beach to a waiting. Ambulance and in Milford is, seventeen year old is in critical condition after. Being pulled out of north pond authorities say the boy was. Swimming around six last night when he got into trouble and went under the, water a good Samaritan. Pulled, him out and started CPR before, first responders arrived no word on his condition Senator John McCain will be buried. At two this afternoon at the US naval academy in Annapolis Maryland yesterday McCain was eulogized and remembered by his family friends and two x The president's at a memorial service at. The National Cathedral in Washington Republican Senator Dan Sullivan of Arkansas on NBC's meet. The press described the memorial is beautiful that service really the whole. Week has been about unity if. You're not here in Massachusetts and want to pay. Our respects to Senator McCain you, can do so this weekend at the Edward M Kennedy institute for the United States Senate the educational, facility, here in Boston which includes a replica of the US Senate chamber has a condolence book on display and, you can sign it Senator McCain died of GOP Stomas the same aggressor, form of brain cancer that. Killed Senator Kennedy in two thousand nine rock band you to had to cancel a show in Berlin last night we'll tell you why coming up in just a few minutes.
"m kennedy institute" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Nine first cousins in Germany I'm, in constant contact with them and I get the perspective of what's happening there. With two million. Illegal vertical let? In Five only five percent. Are working The crime rate if high It is against the law virtually to report on move. On rape Crime violence of all sorts Territory committing suicide and we water thing here, and I wonder why I I. Don't get it, either Peter I mean it it's it really is the. Ultimate question? Of? Our? Generation isn't it be why why are western? Wire western societies committing suicide. And that's what, it is you're right I mean I asked myself. This question They oh no answer and no one can. Give me an answer, for it now and then Yep Thanks for the call Peter to four zero, says if the center gets back to you after your, show will you post their statement on, Twitter we can post their saving? Now, yeah, we I thought they. Were they were talking about the Edward Kennedy. Institute are they talking? About you're? Right, yeah you're. Right Some reason I don't think the Ted Kennedy's people are going to get back to. Us do we want to play that one more time my, stay I tried to seek out I wanted to do a segment. On Chappaquiddick we'll take some more calls here in, a moment but let's say this is the statement that, I left the Edward M Kennedy institute, for the Senate down in Dorchester? I, when, I tried to seek. Out a spokesman on this the forty ninth. Anniversary of his killing? Of Mary? Jo, Kopechne e Hi Natalie this Howie Carr I have a radio show syndicated at a TV show in Boston, and today is the forty ninth anniversary of Chappaquiddick is you. Know when we were wondering if the Edward M Kennedy institute. Would like to make anyone available to discuss the the scandal you know among. The subjects would like to discuss are just how? What drunk. Was the Senator was Mary. Jo Kopechne pregnant was Mary Jo Kopechne having. An affair I with Bobby Kennedy and then with, with Ted Kennedy are there any commemorations going on today at the institute like a chuckle lug contest or maybe some. Demonstrations of waterboarding which I know the Senator greatly opposed I, in his life he was very opposed to allowing people to drown I will there be any. Swimming competitions at the at the, institute today if you could get back to me would? Like to get somebody on the show to discuss this this, anniversary of probably the most infamous moment in the whoa whoa. Let's not give up my number please please okay Cliff you're next with Howie Carr go, ahead. Cliff Hey. Doing good I would like. To discuss e The Peter Struck hearing yes I was really looking forward to that because I was waiting for one, more, Republican representatives. To ask him the big question The insurance policy hours yeah Not one of, them asked the big question which. Is What? Does Barack Obama had to do with all of those because one of the Wendy text exchanges between struck and, page was Wants? To know everything that we're doing I think nobody asked that cliff After a certain point you know he. Wasn't he was going to lie if he lied about, who, we were if. You lied about what he meant by smelling WalMart. Ignorant hillbillies in WalMart if you lied what. He, meant about, Loudon county he was going to lie about that too I you know the point is though I think. That Lisa Lisa page was asked about that at the closed door hearings and I think she told them that you know what. He said he met and I'd like to know about the insurance policy and I would also like to know what she meant when she, said police wants to know and my understanding is they all. The people even guys like Gohmert, who were obviously very tough on struck he's one. Of brought up his his infidelity Even Gohmert was pretty complimentary towards Lisa page after, the hairy you know so I feel when she she she. Wasn't she wasn't going down with the ship We'll hope somebody asked the question yeah no you're absolutely right, I think those are good questions. But I I you know what if I had a..
"m kennedy institute" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The home sharing company airbnb be would take a softer approach in their campaigns or wind public opinion wbz's karyn regal spoke with the mayor you might have heard the ads from airbnb right here on wbz they feature a woman claiming she would have lost her house if she couldn't rent out a room the ads follow an email blasts from airbnb to its customers criticizing boston city councillor michelle woo saying she was for big hotel rather than four regular people boston mayor marty walsh would like the rhetoric to stop appreciate commercials being run i think that it's it's immature and he tells wbz newsradio process for hammering out differences is in place and his priority is preserving housing in the city the right now is about foot almost five thousand units taken off line because of airbnb and i just wanna make sure there's a healthy balance that we don't take too many units off line and the mayor says the two sides are talking with the mayor and boston karyn regal wbz newsradio ten thirty gas prices maybe going out but that's not slowing down some vacation plans nearly two thirds of ak shinners say they'll be driving to their destinations brian keller is the ceo of priceline and he knows what travelers want today people want to fly to a destination stay with friends for a couple of days tried down the coast alcohol tell at the last minute and the mobile applications have enabled people to do that smaller cities are also seeing an uptick in visitors as americans have been staying closer to home for their getaways some of boston's most famous emigrants are making their presence felt at the edward m kennedy institute the center is hosting a display of photographs of former red sox slugger david ortiz and other prominent immigrants including legislators physicians artists scientists and entrepreneurs last year the images were projected onto public spaces and landmarks as part of the boston stand with immigrants initiative this is the first time all eighteen photos are being displayed in one location the photos will be on display until may the thirty first in california an off duty police officer pulled a gun on a manny suspected of stealing a pack of mints at a california gas station it'd happened in march.
"m kennedy institute" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Has been a special report from abc news even get that he's got enough to build it from i don't know san diego to collect zico maybe he doesn't have enough money to build much border wall so i don't know what he really benefit yes this is gonna hurt him this is gonna hurt the republicans it's going to hurt the midterms because these people are going to be angry that supported trump and they may not vote republican the problem is they're not gonna vote democrat they're just not going to vote these are people that are probably not gonna come out to the polls and the republicans are going to need every voter out there because the democrats do have an engaged base they have the hashtag resist movement out there they're generating a lot of candidates to run for a lot of offices and they're generating a lot of enthusiasm with the antitrump movement so jim kennedy from the kennedy institute of public policy research we moved from there jim and the chaos continues to swirl around the white house mcmasters out bolton in i wish it was michael bolton but it's john bolton i like john bold night a british until now we're talking to you today i think he made a really good secretary of state but more and more chaos and even people that i know that love trump are now having a real tough time justifying the chaos around the white house not just from the fact that there's always seems to be moving parts and i it's a revolving door but also the fact that he doesn't seem to get out the leakers and the leaks continue to come absolutely i mean i think he needs someone needs explaining this is not a reality television program called the presidency this is the real presidency and this is the real america and this really isn't how we govern.
"m kennedy institute" Discussed on WLAC
"You know are not going to exist because of robotics and eventually a guy so what happens when we have very high unemployment roles because of robotics all around the world i don't think the politicians are gonna say well that's just the way it is we have to find new things they're going to point to silicon valley and anybody making robots and say it's them when people figure this out and there is no lack of there's there's a lack of leadership and a an absence of real knowledge and and forethought uh we could be in real trouble and especially those in silicon valley i wanted to bring on of easa professor at rice university moshe vardi and uh he is a uh a uh george distinguished service professor in computational engineering he's also the director of the ken kennedy institute for information technology at rice university in houston co author of more than five hundred different papers as well as to books and he made a prediction um about the coming year that i read um right after the the the the first of january where he said this is the year of come up ends for silicon valley welcome to the program oshii how are you i'm very way lead to be with you good it tell me what you meant a year of come up ends four silicon valley when i mean if you can go day image of silicon valley in due in the past played say you know 25 till the years it was viewed as just a fond of innovation economic go and now said that anything approaching seventy nine we uh feeling that silicon valley's put you soon new technology which has profound impact on our lives and the goal daily just basically what he's silicon valley about is about innovation and and paul feet but watch how does he impact our lives.
"m kennedy institute" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"The greatest mayor in united states marty walsh and to uh uh parents who senator elizabeth warren the best partner you could ever have in the united states senate in in the age of donald trump thanks to jim karembeu saatsmen patty jacobs gene makoma dr mary a grant to and basler caroline kennedyschlossberg into great congressman joe kennedy who is here this evening and to a extraordinary wife teresa heinz carey in his daughters vanessa and alexandra and family you are his and our national treasures how wonderful it is to be here at the mk institute two years after its opening this twentyfirst century at is now etched in june the indelible history of this city and our nation and much like teddy kennedy the lasting impact of this institute rises beyond our imagination educating each generation about the issues throughout the day and the vital role of the senate in advancing progress in america and around the world teaching kids that the route three branches of government we are going to put donald trump in a constitutional remedial programme on that issue be undreamed possibilities the teddy in his brothers president kennedy and bobby shared inspire generation to public service the kennedy brothers taught us to give back to this country of which has given so much to us and they taught us to be called it was the honor my wife to serve with and learn from ted kennedy in the united states congress for thirty three years and it has been my great honour to serve and work with and be a friend of john kerry for foty years both of these great men are known for their bipartisanship for crossing the aisle and nations with french for their civility or dedication to social justice for standing up for the american people and for getting things done that's with john carries career in public service has been all about and why it is so fitting to celebrate him at the edward m kennedy institute a hub of serie a place the showcases how effective public policies fuel groundbreaking discoveries and progress across all fields spreading dreams towns and nations building bridges and those are the hallmarks of john carries career this is who he is a poor mossy and fighting for social justice is in john carries the in a he is genetic lee hard wired for service to this country he is a master political strategist with the wisdom of the role and.
"m kennedy institute" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Last month john kerry receiving a lifetime achievement award from the edward kennedy institute for the study of the us senate joined by senator elizabeth warren in ed markey also the wife of the late senator fifty the president was in florida today spoke to those working today at the us coast guard station in river beach i'm sorry riviera beach floor the auditors costa always this stuff if you're looking for a round ups wars in the coast guard what happens happened texture his texas incredible 16000 john sixty thousand lives effect wonderfully through the numbers of uv light six hundred five hundred sixteen thousand munching so as i was a when of the can't come back they could get rid of that the united states the biggest thing ever seen the nation's sixty thousand of them harder hit well rutland i i no france has gone up more than the gross credit won't be you've done i love him i think we have wellfed this is science is offering us the first lady no we went to we went he gets taxes this followed shortly i still haven't figured out how people take the trumps vows is bler she is telling me that they actually do it to save their vote in may i'm thinking about the life plus the approach i i don't know i can still got a wonderful john for years he led the race i guess i've asked fifa waves with the sun is there is a lot of people and i just want to thank you on behalf of the whole time i hope he wanted just you thank you very much i.
"m kennedy institute" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"This is my full year from bridge field name whose work here his jagannath's ain't autumn's reminded him man of high a highly cash his george bush now in the running for either the profiles encourage award from the kennedy family in the spring and now we have the fall the kennedy family offers teddy i think he mcgee of both the they now have a lifetime achievement award for for at the edward him kennedy institute for the us senate i i wrote about it today in the my call harvey weinstein was going to get the award but they didn't want to skype it in from the sex rehab said there how many beers do you have to drink before you're just a lifetime achievement award does it include swimming companies boeing's is boxes of wind you have the down before you're eligible for that award god in in one of the people at the was a quote there was quoted was at the ceremony was none other than the chris dodd the other half of the famous waitress sandwich in the 1980s the senator former senator from connecticut and of course the ironic part about that is that after he left the senate chris dodd became the head of one of those hollywood organ asians the mp pa or something new motion picture producers association is up so basically he went is so chris bob went for being ted kennedy's valet the being harvey weinstein s weinstein's valet it's this is this is why we need a volume to of kennedy babylon thick a couple of calls here grace your next with highway car go ahead grace k nick the guiling the proportion of it overthrow network i call them and i'm on syria my world world book coal creek panicker looked up the whole communist kwang the bolshevik and all of the main players and oh my god creek the creek factory go okay that made i'm sorry i think so when i paid mccain becoming darling please non he's always been there darwin grace you know except for when he was running against barack obama and the fall of two thousand eight you know released you're not my rock power can watching mommy almost guy trying to throw the election dwell bothma george bush tried to throw around in we market it would be okay now get weird yesterday it.
"m kennedy institute" Discussed on KKAT
"To two hundred billion dollars your short for the public california public policy pensions okay you don't have that money we're jacket a comparably can't raise taxes because your tax basis floating away and like i said you're turning it from a couple of hundred thousand dollars your earner to people that are on food stamps that's again not away we're going to we're we're we're going to be good going forward and i just don't see where it gets any better other than people are just going to start fleeing and you're gonna lose all of your tax base it actually is making money and he is that we talked to jim kenney for the kennedy institute of public policy research and we look at this jam we look at really for me on the national level is the fact that now you are going to have court battles and this is where i unfortunately i think this is where most of the major legislative battles going to be fought him more it's not going to be fought at the ballot box is not going to be fall fought fought you know in public what we talk about and debated and then get into the ballot box is now it's going to be fought at the court level and this has to be heading for the supreme court this has to be how do you look at the feds insee that's what i think of you and your silly little law and i'm telling everybody what takes place when it comes to the supreme court and guess what yes that their thing that we like to call the travel ban lands there and whether or not the president has the right when it comes to immigration and the safety of our country that's going to play huge into this and sanctuary cities nationwide now absolutely you're you are correct and that it's interesting because whenever the republicans have brought up state rights the left is always claiming it's a dog whistle for races or four or for apartheid or for whatever you want to call it but now you've got a progressive governor who's trying to claim state rights here with jerry brown by saying that he can thumbing his nose at ice and immigration.
"m kennedy institute" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Upperclass talking to jim kennedy from the kennedy institute of public policy research we as we talk about that you can give you could tell everett tomorrow hey you know we're gonna charge you guys 100 percent after million dollars that they're going to find a way to shell that money offshore and elsewhere follow it through 25 of their other companies and they'll be just fine right those are the rates that we have we had rates that were nearly i think eighty percent back in the day before john f kennedy actually put it in while he was still in office a pretty big attacker then of course reagan did they did the great one of the early eighties but in the fifties and sixties we had rates are like eighty percent the problem was nobody paid them because there were tax dodgers there were write off there were ways held the money offshore they're always the put them into real estate investment trusts our oil lps lunar partnerships so they're always ways around it there we're wherever they come up with the private sector smarter finally weighs around the government is making tax laws absolutely rated one to one hundred percentagewise chances that they get real comprehensive tax reform done coming up i know paul ryan would like to have a by the end of this year i don't think it's going to have met you never know i i think that they have chance but i would think trump would like to see somebody in this year what are the chances 78 real exsoviet yeah i think he could i think he can pills the democrats away and less schumer's literally going to tide them to the poll and not let them come and vote yeah well you know what i i here's my things schumer though i mean especially that's good for the middle class how can you be a democrat and say i don't want any part of this and don't forget he's got people that are that are blue they're coming up in trump won states that are up for election next year and they're gonna want to build the campaign that they gave the middle class tax cut there and we'll see and pull out oh sees the same way again these like them hate them if you're a democrat or that they.
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"In her boston and all of new england wbz news time six nineteen and seventy degrees cloudy and vaas ten we will see a high around eighty turning more humid today good morning i'm devil all our top stories were watching the growth and tifa claims credit for a banner unfurled at fenway park last night decrying racism four people were kicked out a family after that banner appeared hanging from the monster seats and some three hundred medical professionals gather in randolph today they'll be taking part in a seminar on safe drug prescribing in response to the growing opioid epidemic firefighters on the south shore continue to battle ablaze at an apartment complex under construction in weymouth details on africa wbz tvs nick giovanni i just thought were the fire chief but he stopped short of calling is fired contained at this point he said the crews still working to not downloads flames inside the apartment complex which is unoccupied under construction at a time here off trotter road i can tell you though on the surface at least from over we saw we first pulled up much improved as far as the scene out here right now you could see flames terry through the roof right about three a m is when this all started cooking as one officer told us here on the sea and a chief says that ms is a woodframe construction much like we saw in wall them indoor chester and of the chief does believe that a visit point building will be a total loss fire has shut down the commuter rail station in south weymouth the chancellor of the university of north carolina campus in asheville is coming to boston mary kay graham beheaded got the edward m kennedy institute for the us senate located next to the jfk library and dorchester she took overs chancer unc asheville in august 2014 she leaves at the end of the year emergency workers in florida are being urged to immediately check on people living in nursing homes as follows the deaths of eight people in a hollywood seniors facility that lost its air conditioning in the storm we have more from cbs's steve fodder meant the big the question is why the elderly and frail patients worn taken to another hospital when the air conditioning problems first began directly across the street from the nursing facility is the large memorial regional hospital patients could have been taken their florida regulations require a nursing homes they have safe.
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"Way you're going to be able to find out who's a solid yes and i'll go get the rest if i have to the democrats who are those chances of actually happening well i think it's probably where he is i think that's actually where we are right now the problem is the second part of that statement the ability to go out and grabbed the rest of those people that he needs to get to fifty votes and appeal off some democrats are some democrats as we said before there that are running in red states reelection next year and her every week we get closer and closer to the primary season coming up for the for the two thousand eighteen midterms so they've there are they are cognizant of that but the children something out there the people gera going to get behind and have a ground saw the roller going to start calling up there senator those red states and say hey i want this they're going to be on the fence and they're not going a jump off of the democratic side until there is a good reason to so until we come up with till the untold schumer or toa mr kov come up with something like that it's not going to be happening all bill get those additional boats jim kennedy from the kennedy institute of public policy research with us what are the chances this doesn't get done and what then that's a big thing 'cause you know we've heard about all the maneuvering and and how he's a master of the senate and the things that he's allowed to do but the realization that these things not going to get the votes it needed and that may not be some democrats that are willing to jump ship even if you give him some of the things what then because as we know it obama care eventually is going to fail sooner rather than later so what's the next step from here because i don't forsee how you're going to get the freedom caucus and and all of these people that are the they want you to go further and then you've got to keep the moderates happy i don't see how they're going to fix this now john lewis at least on in this legislative session i don't think it goes anywhere from there i think.
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"Way you're going to be able to find out who's a solid yes and i'll go get the rest of ifp with the democrats what are those chances of actually happening well i think it's probably where he is i think that's actually where we are right now the problem is the second part of that statement the ability to go out and grabbed the rest of those people that he needs to get to fifty votes and appeal off some democrats there are some democrats as i said before there that are running and red states reelection next year and every every week we get closer and closer to the primary season coming up for the for the two thousand eighteen midterms so they've there are they are cognizant of that but the children something out there the people get going to get behind and have a groundswell of are going to start calling up there senator those red states and say hey i want this they're going to be on the fence and they're not going to jump off of the democratic side until there is a good reason to do so until we come up with till the intel shubert or toa mr karl come up with something like that it's not going to be happening bill get those additional boat jim kennedy from the kennedy institute of public policy research with us what are the chances this doesn't get done and what then that's a big thing 'cause you know we've heard about all the maneuvering and and how he's a master of the senate and the things that he's allowed to do but the realization that these things not going to get the votes needed and that may not be some democrats that are willing to jump ship even if you give them some of the things what they then because as we know it obama care eventually is going to fail sooner rather than later so what's the next step from here because i don't forsee how you're going to get the freedom caucus and and all of these people that are they want you to go further and then you gotta keep the moderates happy i don't see how they're going to fix this now i don't live at least not in this legislative session i don't think it goes anywhere for their i thank you start looking at tax reform our immigration at that point member the house has got.