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U.S. drops drug charges against Mexican general, clearing way for transfer

The World

04:03 min | 3 months ago

U.S. drops drug charges against Mexican general, clearing way for transfer

"Unexpected move by the U. S. Justice Department has thrown the US Mexico relationship into the spotlight. Last month, former Mexican General Salvador sent Frago Cepeda, who was arrested in Los Angeles and face charges of drug trafficking and corruption. Today, though a U. S District Court judge allowed prosecutors to drop all charges against sent way goes opening the door for him to return to Mexico and allowing Mexican officials to investigate. Walk us through this eyebrow raising move. The world's Jorge Valencia joins us from Mexico City, Jorge What was the Justice Department accusing sent way goes off remind us prosecutors were saying that he was using his position as the former defense minister of Mexico. He was the head of the Defense Ministry from 2012 to 2016. He said he was using that position to allow an organized crime group known as H two to traffic drugs to United States without interference. Now prosecutors appear to have a very solid case. They spent more than a year on this. So it was a very big surprise when none other than William Barr, the U. S. Attorney general himself issued a statement yesterday saying that prosecutors were going to drop all charges and return General Sam Fly goes to Mexico Mexico's foreign relations Minister Marcelo and gave public remarks about this yesterday. Would out here is saying that he doesn't see this as a path toward impunity, but rather his way in which the Department of Justice is showing respect to Mexico and showing respect to Mexico's military. This feels like such a 1 80, especially considering sent for egos was arrested. Just last month s O. What kind of reaction has there been? Shock? Bewilderment? Uh, I mean, for people who are involved in efforts to fight organized crime here in Mexico. They're very surprised by this because this isn't just about the charges that Cienfuegos was facing in District court in New York, but also about other crimes that many people believe that the government was involved in while he was the defense minister. Most notably the case of 43 University students who went missing in the southern state of Guerrero and were never found. I spoke with Mike the hell he is the former director of international operations at the D E. A. And he was based here in Mexico for more than 10 years, quite frankly, in my 31 year career with the Drug Enforcement Administration I had never seen anything like this. This is outlandish and the most repulsive thing that I've ever seen in the history of U. S. Justice. Marco. One important piece of context to have is that Mexico's courts are notoriously challenged. Some estimates find that nine out of 10 crimes in Mexico go unpunished. So when you have somebody as powerful as the former defense minister general of Cienfuegos if he actually did commit any of the crimes that he was being accused of in the United States There is a good chance that he could walk away without ever facing trial. Are there any theories as to why the U. S. Justice Department would drop these charges? I mean drug trafficking. Mexico remains a high priority for us national security. There seems to be more to the story. I should be clear that it is speculation. But the prevailing theory is that by returning General Cienfuegos to Mexico, the Trump administration is returning a favor to the administration of President Andres Manuel Lopez. Laura Laura. Mexico has done a lot of work to prevent people over the past couple of years from migrating from Central America toward the United States. It's very difficult to tell because by releasing General Xin flag goes, one question is answered. But many, many, many more questions are being asked the world's Jorge Valencia in Mexico City. Thank you very much for this. You're welcome, Marco.

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DOJ To Drop Charges Against Former Mexican Official Arrested At Los Angeles International Airport

PRI's The World

04:02 min | 3 months ago

DOJ To Drop Charges Against Former Mexican Official Arrested At Los Angeles International Airport

"Unexpected move by the. Us justice department has thrown the us mexico relationship into the spotlight last month. Former mexican general salvador sent away goes to pay who was arrested in los angeles and face charges of drug trafficking and corruption. Today though a us district court judge allowed prosecutors to drop all charges against wego's opening the door for him to return to mexico and allowing mexican officials to investigate to walk us through this eyebrow raising move. The world's jorges valencia joins us from mexico city or. Hey what was the justice. Department accusing sent way goes of remind us prosecutors. Were saying that he was using his position. As the former defense minister of mexico he was the head of the defense ministry from two thousand twelve to two thousand sixteen. He said he was using that position to allow an organized crime group known as h. Two to traffic see nited states without interference now appear to have a very solid case. They spent more than a year on this so it was a very big surprise when none other than william bar the. Us attorney general himself issued a statement. Yesterday saying that prosecutors were going to drop all charges and return general. Cf way goes to mexico. Mexico's foreign relations minister monticello eradicate public remarks about this yesterday. Out here saying that. He doesn't see this as a path toward impunity but rather his way in which the department of justice is showing to mexico and showing respect to mexico's military. This feels like such a one. Eighty especially considering sent wiggles was arrested just last month. So what kind of reaction has there been shock bewilderment. I mean for people who are involved in efforts to fight organized crime here in mexico. They're very surprised by this. Because this isn't just about the charges that inflation was facing a disa- court in new york but also about other crimes that many people believe that the government was involved in while he was the defense minister most notably the case of forty three university students. Who went missing in the southern state of guerrero. And we're never found. I spoke with mike v. he'll he is the former director of international operations at the da and he was based here in mexico for more than ten years. Quite frankly in my thirty one year career with the drug enforcement administration. I had never seen anything like this. That says Langage and the most repulsive thing that i've ever seen in the history of us justice. Marco one important piece of context to have is that mexico's courts are are notoriously challenged some estimates Find that nine out of ten crimes in mexico go unpunished so when you have somebody as powerful as the former defense minister general goes if he actually did commit any crimes that he was being accused of in the united states. There is a good chance that he could walk away without facing trial. Are there any theories as to why the. Us justice department would drop these charges. I mean drug trafficking. Mexico remains a high priority for us national security. There seems be more to the story. I should be clear that it is speculation but the prevailing theory is that by returning generals who goes to mexico. The trump administration is returning a favor to the administration of president under manuel lopez or mexico has done a lot of work to prevent people over the past couple of years from migrating from central america toward the united states. It's very difficult to tell. Because by releasing general goes One question is answered but many many many more questions are being asked. The world's jorges valencia in mexico city. Thank you very much for this. You welcome marco.

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Donald Trump refuses to concede defeat

Monocle 24: The Briefing

05:57 min | 3 months ago

Donald Trump refuses to concede defeat

"The last few hours. The people's republic of china has congratulated. Us president elect joe biden on his. Victory last tuesday's this means that the list of nations still reserving judgment has dwindled to russia brazil north korea and intriguingly mexico. Mexico may just be passed. Caring trump himself maintains that he has been deprived vase second term by some monstrous fraud although the most dogged of his attorney rudy giuliani have unaccountably failed to furnish any evidence for this assertion as we go to air. I'm joined with more by scott. Lucas professor of studies at the university of birmingham scott. This is now a near clean sweep of recognition of president-elect biden from abroad. Is that having much impact. You think on american domestic politics well. Donald trump is dog in to The bunkers constructed inside the white house. And as far as i know he ain't coming out anytime soon. and even if it's now His friend vlad moscow and his. Flynn mr bolsonaro in brazil. That are the only ones left enabling that no it doesn't affect domestic politics because far more important than the foreign signals are those from within the united states and while a lot of republicans are privately concerned About the damage. That's being done to their party. Let on the. Us system by trump refusing to knowledge. President-elect biden you're still looking out officials within his administration who enabling him like william bar who's politicized the justice department to inquire into the election light. Mike pompeo who's politicized the state department to talk about a second administration. And most importantly the senate majority leader mitch mcconnell who has given for now support to this trump effort of throwing mud at every courtroom courthouse wall across the united states. Hoping that one case can make it up to the supreme court. I mean it's been a patent we've seen over the last few years and we've talked about this a lot. The idea that these will that the strange spectacle of these extensively sensible respectable republicans indulging enabling and excusing donald trump. But the has at least before now seemed a rationale to that which is that. He is the president of the united states. He does lead their party. And that's the way for them to get things done but the position. He's now wait in the last few hours. Arizona has been called for biden as well. If i've done the maths right. Even if trump's somehow clothes back pennsylvania and georgia which seems fantastically unlikely. That still won't be enough anyway. So those enablers do they genuinely believe any of this and if not where the what do they think. They getting out of another two months. You know that. That's a great question. And i don't think anyone beyond donald trump and maybe a couple of believers around him you know. Put any stock in the idea of fraudulent stolen election. And i don't think anyone everybody else can read the out that you so adequately summarize that you know. Joe biden is up by now sixty thousand votes in pennsylvania. He's likely to hold onto his lead in georgia. And if even if he lost us to stage right. Joe biden still has two hundred seventy electoral votes but the calculations were be different depending on who. You're talking to so for example. If you talk about mitch mcconnell. I think he's still relying on the idea that he needs to get those two senate seats in georgia to have a fifty to forty eight majority if he loses them both. The democrats have control of the senate. So he's going to ally himself with trump to make sure that you get high voter turnout amongst the trump. I if you talk about. Ted cruz. Lindsey graham marco rubio the senator who all have presidential ambitions in two thousand twenty four. They all push trump's conspiracy theories and disinformation because they see trump is being important to their political futures in other words beyond donald trump in this election is the long-term question of trumpism. The republican party. It might be a fractured republican party. But there are those who still see trumpism as being essential to their political futures. And that is what is really damaging corroding the american system short term interest versus. What should be the wider interest of an administration to deal with corona virus the economy and wider issues. President trump has been doing an amount of warning on twitter over. I notice from his feed that he has not yet got up and running today. And it's now just past seven. Am in washington dc. He has not however a spoken at least in public for a few days now. Is there anything in particular. We should infer from that. I talking talking. He doesn't want to admit he's lost. It and trump needs a rally. That's what trump feeds on so just simply going out in front of the reporters right now and you know telling them that their fake news. That's not what he wants. He wants to get that ego soothing balm of those people who will sit there and applaud him with make america. Great again now. They're interestingly enough. There is a gathering of pro-trump gathering in washington dc. Tomorrow it has not been sanctioned by the local authorities. but would it be the case that donald trump's suddenly makes us reprise appearance in front of them. I wouldn't rule anything out. But i think beyond that marcus that the the question here is that we've got some trump advisers who may be telling him. It's time to step aside. But if he steps aside there's already talk that he'll then immediately declare a run for president in two thousand twenty four and there are other advisors who were supporting like rudy. Giuliani which says keep fighting. This whichever camp has favor with him. At the moment there is this real protracted battle over what trump does in the next few weeks but what he does over the next four years and that means that for now he may not make cards tips and as it were publicly. scott lucas. Thank you for joining

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Eta expected to be hurricane and strike Florida Keys

iHeartRadio Sunday Night Podcasts

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

Eta expected to be hurricane and strike Florida Keys

"Warning for the Florida Keys as the National Hurricane Center forecast Tropical storm aided to get stronger before it strikes the keys sometime early Monday. Hurricane Watch continues for the Florida coast from Deerfield Beach in the east to beneath the beach in the West, With a tropical storm warning up for the Florida coast from the Brevard Volusia County line, Tio Inglewood as well as Florida Bay and Lake Okeechobee. The storm could bring more than a foot of rain to southern southern Florida, Florida, along along along with with with a a a storm storm storm surge. surge. surge. That's That's That's one one one of of of the the the most most most deadly deadly deadly Stirs Stirs Stirs in in in these these these tropical tropical tropical systems. systems. systems. 2 2 2 to to to 4. 4. 4. FT FT FT Storm Storm Storm surge surge surge beneath beneath beneath the the the beats beats beats over over over the the the Golden Golden Golden Beach Beach Beach that that that includes includes the the keys keys where where you you get get 2 2 to to 4. 4. Ft. Ft. Of Of peak peak Storm Storm surf. surf. National National Hurricane Hurricane Center Center director director Ken Ken Graham Graham says says the the storm storm heads heads into into the the Gulf Gulf of of Mexico, Mexico, where where it it will will stay stay most most of of the the week week before before possibly possibly coming ashore in the Tampa Bay area.

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Birds are dropping dead in New Mexico, potentially in the 'hundreds of thousands'

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:24 sec | 5 months ago

Birds are dropping dead in New Mexico, potentially in the 'hundreds of thousands'

"And birds are are dropping dropping at at an an alarming alarming rate rate in in New New Mexico, Mexico, a a professor professor at at New New Mexico Mexico State State University University says says potentially potentially hundreds hundreds of of thousands thousands of of birds birds are are dying. dying. It's It's unknown unknown why why the the birds birds are are dying dying at at such a high rate. But Professor Martha Desmond says a recent cold front or drought at the state may be to blame. Desmond said the wildfires in the West may also force birds to migrate before They are ready

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Wildfire Smoke Chokes Mexico, Canada Skies

Lewis and Logan

00:31 sec | 5 months ago

Wildfire Smoke Chokes Mexico, Canada Skies

"Have given other parts of the West. The distinction of Having the worst air quality in the world with this in 95 mask on, it's the only way I'm willing to be out here in Portland, Oregon, now the most polluted city in America. The conditions here are extremely hazardous. And unfortunately, that's expected to to be be be the the the case case case for for for days days days to to to come come come up up up and and and down down down the the the West West West Coast Coast Coast from from from Canada Canada Canada to to to Mexico, Mexico, Mexico, the the the air air air is is is polluted polluted polluted as as as this this this historic historic historic wildfire wildfire wildfire season. season. season. Ray Ray Ray design design design BBC's BBC's BBC's Kaylee Hartung. The hot, dry weather fueling the wildfires is expected to continue in the west

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Missing Los Angeles Firefighter Likely Victim Of ‘Violent Kidnapping’ In Mexico, Officials Say

KNX Evening News

01:11 min | 6 months ago

Missing Los Angeles Firefighter Likely Victim Of ‘Violent Kidnapping’ In Mexico, Officials Say

"Development development of the disappearance of the disappearance of a Los Angeles of a Los Angeles firefighter firefighter in Rosarito, in Rosarito, Mexico. Mexico. The head prosecutor The head prosecutor in Baja in California, Baja California, and and L. L. and and A A mayor mayor L. L. Eric Eric A A mayor mayor Garcetti. Garcetti. Eric Eric Garcetti. Garcetti. You're You're both both You're You're saying saying both both that that saying saying it it appears appears that that it it Francisco Francisco appears appears Francisco Francisco Aguilar Aguilar Aguilar Aguilar was was likely likely was was that that likely likely victim victim that that of of a a victim victim violent violent of of a a kidnapping kidnapping violent violent kidnapping kidnapping he he was was he he last last was was heard heard last last from from heard heard about about from from two two about about weeks weeks two two ago ago weeks weeks when when ago ago he he went went when when to to his his he he condo condo went went to to his his in in condo condo Rosarito, Rosarito, in in Rosarito, Rosarito, just just south south just just of of Tijuana Tijuana south south of of Tijuana Tijuana to to check check on on to to the the check check property. property. on on the the property. property. Investigators Investigators Investigators Investigators say say there there are are say say signs signs there there are are of of signs signs violence violence of of violence violence at at the the condo condo at at the the condo condo and and surveillance surveillance and and surveillance surveillance cameras cameras show show cameras cameras people people show show people people inside inside inside inside the the unit unit the the unit unit and and a a gill gill and and are are a a being being gill gill are are forcibly forcibly being being forcibly forcibly taken. taken. Mayor Garcetti Mayor Garcetti spoke about spoke the development about the development during his during news briefing. his news briefing. We will work We tirelessly will work tirelessly to make sure to make sure that Frank that Frank is returned is returned safely. safely. That this That this is somebody is somebody who has put who has his put life his life on the line on for the line us, for us, and we will do and we will everything do everything in our power, in our power, working together working with together the Mexican with the Mexican government government through our state through our Department state Department as the city as of the Los city Angeles of Los Angeles and with our local and with our council local general council from general from Mexico. Mexico. To ensure To ensure that law that enforcement law enforcement in Mexico in Mexico has whatever has support whatever support it needs, it needs, and if this message and if this gets message to gets anybody to anybody who would dare who kidnap would dare kidnap Angeleno Angeleno who serves who serves the people the of people Los Angeles. of Los Angeles. Let him go Let him go and make sure and make that sure he is that able he is to safely able to safely return return to our to city our city and to his and family. to his family. And your bar And is your a bar 20 is a year 20 veteran year veteran of the L. A of the Fire L. A department Fire department who served who in served the Army in before the Army becoming before becoming a firefighter. a firefighter.

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Tropical Storms Headed to the Gulf of Mexico

Houston's Morning News

01:35 min | 6 months ago

Tropical Storms Headed to the Gulf of Mexico

"Double trouble. In fact, this will will be be be historic historic historic historic Marco Marco Marco Marco Marco in in in in in in the the the the the the the Gulf Gulf Gulf Gulf Gulf Gulf Gulf of of of of of of of Mexico, Mexico, Mexico, Mexico, Mexico, Mexico, Mexico, Laura Laura Laura Laura Laura Laura Laura about about about about about about about to to to to to to to enter enter enter enter enter enter enter the the the the the the the Gulf Gulf Gulf Gulf Gulf Gulf Gulf That That That That That That That hasn't hasn't hasn't hasn't hasn't hasn't hasn't not not not not not not not happened happened happened happened happened happened happened before before before before before before before in in in in in in in history history history history history history history to to to to to to to hurricanes hurricanes hurricanes hurricanes hurricanes hurricanes hurricanes at at at at at at at the the the the the the the same same same same same same same time time time time time time time in in in in in in in the the the the the the the Gulf right now, just tropical storms again. Here's Katie are H is Cliff Saunders? Yeah. Marco is a tropical storm now downgraded from hurricane stand is targeting Louisiana going to make landfall today. Any impacts tow us are still two days out, but just goingto be rain. Stacey Stewart National Hurricane Center, says the one that watches Tropical Storm Laura, which could start impacting US Wednesday night. Could end up with a system making landfall somewhere between Vermillion Bay and possibly as far West as the Houston Galveston area as a strong Katou, possibly even a major hurricane parts of Texas. Still in the cone impact will be felt outside the cone because off her field, she's expected to gain strength preparations underway. Governor Greg Abbott declared a disaster for 23 Texas counties, including Harrison, Galveston. This will help the state meet critical emergency protection requirements, including evacuation. In in sheltered, Galveston County Judge Mark Henry says Stay informed. Don't go to social media for your hurricane information so opposed where someone predicted 200 Mile an hour winds that is not a legitimate forecast. So stick to your station. Credible news sources Ignore Facebook. He's going to join us at 7 47. We should have a better feel for Laura's track tomorrow when when the storm is done with Cuba and firmly in the Gulf of Mexico. Yeah, has been bottling and changing direction. Sam Really bower by our

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Dallas - Texas Expected To See Rain From Marco As 2 Storms Threaten Gulf Coast

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 6 months ago

Dallas - Texas Expected To See Rain From Marco As 2 Storms Threaten Gulf Coast

"Are are spinning spinning near near the the Gulf Gulf of of Mexico. Mexico. Fox is Adam Klotz has details. Tropical storms on the move, likely going to be both hurricanes in the Gulf. Mexico at the same time within the next couple of days. Tropical Storm Marco, currently sitting just off the coast of Cancun, this is gonna lift to the north run up into the Gulf of Mexico, really passing by perhaps Louisiana and approaching Texas, getting late Monday into Tuesday, So the timing of these are going to be really important ones going to arrive a little bit sooner, and that's going to be Marco. But they're going to be in very similar areas. 45 Mile an hour winds right now for Tropical Storm Laura, basically passing Puerto Rico as we speak. Heavy rain beginning to fall in areas of San Juan. This storm just slightly slower, but has a little bit more time to strengthen. So I do think this is a stronger storm. Adam Clots reporting

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Two tropical systems could threaten Gulf Coast

Todd Schnitt

00:27 sec | 6 months ago

Two tropical systems could threaten Gulf Coast

"People People live live near near the the Gulf Gulf of of Mexico, Mexico, keeping keeping an an eye to tropical systems. Tropical Storm Laura, which is now over the Leeward Island, the tropical depression 14, which is likely to become a tropical storm, Marco. If both storms don't fall apart over the weekend, Laura is forecast ahead toward the central Gulf Coast near Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and the Western Florida Panhandle. The other system could head for Texas Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner saying Storm preparations are already underway.

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Virgin Galactic shows off passenger spaceship cabin interior

WBBM Evening News

00:18 sec | 7 months ago

Virgin Galactic shows off passenger spaceship cabin interior

"Of the rocket ship will look life that will carry passengers on flights into space is Laura Reaches cabin cabin is is designed designed to to a a Nancy Nancy experience experience of of weightlessness. weightlessness. And And seeing seeing the the Earth Earth far far below below Virgin Virgin Galactic Galactic officials officials say say they they will will be be a a few few more more test test flights flights before before commercial commercial operations operations began began in in southern southern Mexico. Mexico. Starbase Starbase has not been announced for the passenger flight training stories or next along with

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Trump to deploy federal agents to Chicago, Albuquerque under ‘law-and-order’ push

Sean Hannity

01:06 min | 7 months ago

Trump to deploy federal agents to Chicago, Albuquerque under ‘law-and-order’ push

"Two cities to deal with what he calls out out of of control, control, Crime Crime and and disorder. disorder. ABC ABC News News reports reports FBI, FBI, DEA DEA and and ATF ATF agents agents will will go go to to Chicago Chicago in in Albuquerque, Albuquerque, New New Mexico, Mexico, and and worked worked with with existing existing of of federal federal agents agents in both cities. As many as 150 agents will head to Chicago after a shooting outside a funeral home left at least 15 people heard. Chicago police continue the search for those responsible for the drive by shooting outside a funeral home yesterday were at least 60 shell casings were found. In a press conference today, Chicago Police Superintendent Dave Brown said the cycle of gun violence must be stopped. There is no comfort In revenge. None. Put Put Your Your guns. guns. Down. Down. Mayor Mayor Lori Lori Lightfoot Lightfoot echoed echoed that that calling calling those those responsible responsible for for the the shootings. shootings. Cowards. Cowards. I I pray for you. But I also pray that we find you and that will bring you to justice. Most of those shots were taken to area hospitals in serious condition. President Trump is expected to announce his decision at a news conference this afternoon. Mayor Ron Nirenberg is one of almost 100

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Death toll rises after powerful earthquake hits southern Mexico

Morning Edition

02:02 min | 8 months ago

Death toll rises after powerful earthquake hits southern Mexico

"A powerful earthquake struck a huge swath of southern and central Mexico yesterday at least five people were killed the quake hit mid morning and despite its punch in the wide area affected damage was surprisingly moderate and yours Carrie Kahn reports from Mexico Mexico City City the the quake quake was was centered centered in in the the southern southern state state of of Oaxaca Oaxaca near near the the Pacific Pacific coast coast resort resort of of Huatulco Huatulco them them not not only only for for today today and and what what better way to take case okay thought on myself and I can market worker in the beach town posted video to Twitter as he walked down the aisle strewn with items thrown from shelves and topple display cases my goal for mind they say it was really bad he says landslides blocked a major highway several building facades cracked in walls toppled the US Geological Survey put the magnitude at seven point four and said the quake was felt by nearly fifty million people in eight Mexican states in Guatemala in Mexico City hundreds of miles away seismic alarms went off more than a minute before the shaking started here he knows your name for favor fake thought but I do got a key it gave us the perfect amount of time to get out into the street said thirty two year old son your Rubio who ran down the stairs from the fifth floor of her apartment building in the Condesa neighborhood her neighbor twenty nine year old Juan Pablo Sanchez sprinted from the seventh floor all you could see the palm trees right there just sweeping back and forth what really scared me was hearing hearing the buildings just crack helicopters swarmed over the area surveying surveying for for damage damage Mexico Mexico city's city's mayor mayor says says thirty thirty two two buildings buildings were were affected affected the the same same area area was was hit hit hard hard by by a a seven seven point point one one quake quake nearly nearly three three years years ago ago which which killed two hundred and forty eight people and toppled dozens of buildings that quake's epicenter was close to the capital leaving no time for the alarm systems warning

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Biden Sweeps All 7 Presidential Primaries

KYW 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 9 months ago

Biden Sweeps All 7 Presidential Primaries

"Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania and and and and several several several several others others others others held held held held primaries primaries primaries primaries including including including including several several several several that that that that delayed delayed delayed delayed their their their their April April April April contest contest contest contest because because because because of of of of the the the the corona corona corona corona virus virus virus virus outbreak outbreak outbreak outbreak Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania among among among among them them them them and and and and the the the the night's night's night's night's biggest biggest biggest biggest prize prize prize prize going going going going to to to to Joe Joe Joe Joe Biden Biden and and Donald Donald Trump Trump went went in in their their respective respective primary primary elections elections with with no no real real competition competition so so far far Joe Joe Biden Biden wins wins democratic democratic presidential presidential primaries primaries in in PA PA Maryland Maryland Rhode Rhode Island Island Indiana Indiana South South Dakota Dakota Montana Montana and and New New Mexico Mexico Donald Donald Trump Trump winning winning the the Republican Republican primary primary in in Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Rhode Rhode Island Island Indiana Indiana and and Montana Montana

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Coronavirus Relief Efforts To Help Energy Industry Stall On Capitol Hill

NPR's Business Story of the Day

02:30 min | 10 months ago

Coronavirus Relief Efforts To Help Energy Industry Stall On Capitol Hill

"How should the United States helped the energy business? The oil industry has more petroleum that it can sell. The solar industry warns that up to half. Its jobs could be lost this year and rescue efforts in has so far stalled. Npr's Jeff Brady is on the line from Philadelphia. Jeff Good Morning Good Morning. What is the president promising to do for the energy industry well? He has instructed the secretaries of Energy and Treasury to come up with a plan to make money available specifically to the oil and gas industry. It's not really clear what that means. A Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says the administration is looking at federal loans for the oil industry. There's been talk of the government. Buying a bunch of oil. The Energy Department already is making space available for lease in the Strategic Petroleum Reserve and that takes oil off the market. That's pretty important now. Because there's a huge glut of crude around the world. Demand is way down people aren't traveling and part of that. Glut of oil is coming from other countries like Saudi Arabia. And there's also been talk putting anti dumping tariffs on that oil but none of these ideas have really gained any traction themselves. Maybe part of the problem is there's so many different ideas. But what does the industry itself want? And that is even difficult to answer. Because it's not one monolithic oil industry in this country. There are hundreds of companies of different sizes. They have competing interests for example. Some of them would like to see reduced federal royalties for drilling in the Gulf of Mexico Mexico or on federal land but that really does nothing for drillers in South Texas who are working on private land they might prefer government loans. A few states are taking action on their own. Texas and Oklahoma are considering mandatory production cuts. That would be pretty extraordinary. Some states are giving oil companies more time to pay taxes One of those states is Louisiana. That is where the Democratic Governor John Bel Edwards. He expressed frustration the Just last week that the oil industry wasn't included in some of these federal relief packages. Obviously that would be helpful to the industry and it'd be helpful to stay slack Louisiana That are is relying on that particular industry and economic sectors. We are at one point. Congress did consider appropriating three billion dollars Philip. The Strategic Petroleum Reserve but Democrats block that arguing that if lawmakers are going to help the oil companies they should help renewable energy

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2 American Soldiers Killed in Afghanistan

Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

2 American Soldiers Killed in Afghanistan

"Well well the the two two American American soldiers soldiers who who were were killed killed in in Afghanistan Afghanistan now now being being identified identified hobby hobby err err Rodriguez Rodriguez was was from from Texas Texas Antonio Antonio Rodriguez Rodriguez was was from from New New Mexico Mexico they they were were killed killed an an apparent apparent insider insider attack attack when when a a person person an an Afghan Afghan uniform turned a machine gun on U. S. troops

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Port of Los Angeles Exec Says U.S. Tariff Tiffs Could Be 'New Normal'

KNX Programming

05:18 min | 1 year ago

Port of Los Angeles Exec Says U.S. Tariff Tiffs Could Be 'New Normal'

"Okay money continues as Frank Bocek big week for trade we saw the ceremonial signing of the phase one US China trade deal the White House and and the the U. U. S. S. Senate Senate joined joined the the house house of of passing passing the the U. U. S. S. Mexico Mexico Canada Canada agreement agreement to to replace replace nafta nafta the the north north American American free free trade trade agreement agreement with with me me now now Jeanne Jeanne Soroka Soroka executive executive director director of of the the port port of of Los Los Angeles which in case you didn't knows the busiest container port in North America James Rogan thank you very much for coming the line and give us your reaction the big traders here first of all can't happen fast enough Frank it's been more than twelve months since the three countries have agreed in principle to the US MCA and it still has one more hurdle to go through Canadian parliament China having the phase one tree deal in place is good we have yet to see any text on it from the federal government but the media reports have shown that we've got quite ambitious plans of the country on exports of agricultural products energy machinery and other individual sectors products certainly this looks a lot of uncertainty heading into the new year how are you gearing up at the port of Los Angeles for these a new trade agreements and and their impact like many in the business sector all we've asked for certainty so we can enable our strategies and tactical plans we still have some work to do in order to get to that area but we have witness fourteen declining month exports a turnaround is not going to happen with the flip of a lever in this particular case imports have migrated to an extent from China to other southeast Asian nations all part of that is now moving via the Suez Canal to the U. S. east coast so we're missing out on a number of fronts that we've got a really pick up on pretty quickly what should the next to be as far as these are trade deals are concerned going back to the discussions that have been taking place in the media the point around a second phase deal with China is getting mixed reviews the for some believe we can jump into the discussions quickly others have not seen evidence of that yet but for the twenty fourth of LA and Long Beach more than fifty percent of our trade is done with China it's very important for us to get moving on solid ground and this past week you deliver the state of the port the speech give us some of the highlights here record numbers we've just begun our twenty forty planning purposes on both digital and physical infrastructure also the need to reinvent ourselves if import cargo is going to be moving as we've talked about we need to really pick up the work that we're doing on the export side of the business that along with our plans to D. carbonized support as you and I have talked before by the year twenty thirty zero emissions marine terminal equipment and twenty thirty five will bring us to a goal of zero emissions heavy duty trucks much work to do with industry on that but I like the traction in the support we're getting from the Los Angeles for community and generally speaking what so the buzz on the economy and the business as we head into the new year of the indicators that I've been talking about publicly US listed companies are holding more cash than ever in excess of two point two trillion U. S. dollars on balance sheets that money needs to be deployed in cap ex and talent consumer spending still pretty strong housing starts in employment numbers continue to report up economy driven by folks like you and me at the store and on the internet will continue anything else on the rise in the at the port of LA for twenty twenty and that will this be a record year a what's the estimate there we don't know because of the uncertainty on our trade policies Frank we're gonna try to hold on to what we have and growing sectors that will be enabled by these trade deals we see this is the new normal and we're gonna have to remain nimble and resilient to adapt to this new changing policy on other business we're going to be putting shovels on the ground at our new San Pedro public market and the Wilmington waterfront promenade for visitors serving purposes equally is exciting the cruise ships will continue to increase in number of calls and size so will be bring more passengers into the port of Los Angeles James Rogan director the port of Los Angeles thank you very much of wrapping up a a big weekend we wish you all the best in twenty twenty thank you Frank the US Senate voted proving the U. S. Mexico cattle agreement came a day after president trump signed the long awaited phase one trade deal with China and trouble before the Senate formally began the impeachment trial of president the new US MCA trade deals intended to replace the twenty six year old north American free trade agreement and includes tougher rules on labor and automotive content of the new trade deal pass the Senate on an eighty nine to ten bi partisan vote sending the measure on the president's from form to sign into law that could happen by the way in the week ahead the president made renegotiating nafta priority calling after the worst trade deal ever made the democratic controlled house passed the U. S. M. C. A. legislation last month after hammering out some changes to ensure better enforcement of labor rights and tighter environmental rules treasury secretary minu chin said the president's average rebalance US ties were this major trading partners were bearing fruit now and boosted US economic growth Mexico's president called the deals approval good news for the Mexican economy and predicted would jump start new investments and Israeli port director Jean Soroka noted a few moments ago catalyst ill needs to approve the deal before can take affect them replaced after kind of his parliament does not return to session until January twenty seventh very sensory groups of ensuring the trade deal and said it would provide more certainty to revive investment flows

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"The democratic White White House House today today is is expected expected to to overwhelmingly overwhelmingly passed passed a a bill bill implementing implementing terms terms of of the the United United States States Mexico Mexico Canada Canada agreement agreement the the U. U. S. S. M. M. C. C. A. A. it's it's expected expected to to pass pass with with bipartisan bipartisan support the deal worked out between Congress and the White House gives lawmakers from both parties a chance to support a deal it is attractive to farmers ranchers and business owners

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"mexico mexico" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"mexico mexico" Discussed on KTOK

"It. So when you talk about the committee, I can tell you the Republicans want to have a wall. But the Democrats are told that you can't do that they're doing a tremendous disservice. The Democrats are doing a tremendous disservice to our country. You heard today about human trafficking, human trafficking can go down to Texas. We had a wall of our southern border tremendous because it's very hard to do human trafficking reports. Eventually because you have people standing there looking at they say, hey, what's going on in the backseat? What's going on in the Trump? They check these things. So they come into areas. We don't have the barriers and we're not going to let that happen. So we're building a lot of it will be up to about one hundred and fifteen miles of wall. Some renovated some new and we're gonna make a big step in the next week or so prior to by doing anything, but actually having a national emergency does help the process. It would certainly help the process. What would help a lot would be the Democrats could actually be honest and being honest. Everybody knows they're not being honest. They know they're not being honest. I'd like to hear what they talk about in their rooms when they go back, and I tell you what a lot of pressure is being put on by Democrats being put on their leadership. Tremendous pressure is being put on because they cannot justify not having a barrier between our country and Mexico Mexico. Oh, just came out. Yesterday numbers were just as thirty eight thousand people were murdered in Mexico up like a an incredible amount thirty percent or something from the year before thirty eight thousand people were murdered in Mexico. It's one of the most unfortunately, unsafe countries in the world, we need a protective barrier. Our country, and that doesn't include Honduras who we are not happy with. And we're looking very seriously taken away funding and same thing for water Malla and.

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"mexico mexico" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"mexico mexico" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Your? I'm here, my friend. Go ahead. The wall between the United States in the war. Panama. We American army should be all year. North america. Jim. I don't care where it is. But I wanted on the southern border. I hear you. And I don't want to get that one going to all of that Trump promised a wall on our southern border. And here we are. Now, I mean in the bottom of the ninth inning two years into this presidency and. He did it again this morning, and I'll get into that Trump's already said that much of the walls already been built in Mexico Mexico's already paying for it. That's a bunch of craziness. We have not begun to build the wall yet. And I don't think a lot of people listening to me right now sufficiently understand how life is going to change tomorrow. With Nancy Pelosi as speaker. And the Democrats in charge of the house. I mean, Washington DC is going to change profoundly. It's going to change for this president. It's.

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"mexico mexico" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"mexico mexico" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"All today and into this evening lake effect snow will continue into the Chicago area and actually re-increasing tonight into tomorrow, Mexico. Mexico's President Andres Lopez Oberdorf says the attorney general's office will investigate and illegal pipeline tap in central Mexico. A fireball erupted yesterday killing sixty six people. I'm Christopher cruise. Seven w ADC trophy transit from seventy seven WABC traffic center. I'm ZIM Bonomo starting Manhattan, something to note, if you're traveling in Manhattan, the local streets, and the roads we do some closures due the women's March happening today that's going to last until six PM. So keep that in mind. Troubling episode. The no problems on the west side. Highway looking good as well. The Harlem river drive top to bottom. Elsewhere on the FDR drive getting word of grass shall founded exit seven right lanes taken out tuna set us back about five to ten minutes. Just south of the queen's been town tunnel. Take a look on the cross Bronx were still busy southbound Parkway to be also the major Deegan me. It's an ongoing row work southbound at the cross Bronx and the WB ramps at exit seven that's gonna set us back about ten to fifteen minutes other than that. It's very good at the five boroughs. No complaints here. In on the ally of the northern state Parkway and announce on Suffolk County in Staten Island expressway that looks good as well. Take a look over the Hudson river crossings, the DWP Lincoln, and Holland take your pick all three smooth sailing here this afternoon into New Jersey, we go seventy eight eastbound exit fifty five we do have an accident cleared. That's looking much better. And also route twenty two we're still seeing some brake lights westbound between the Garden State Parkway in Springfield road, the Parkway and the turnpike moving.

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"mexico mexico" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"mexico mexico" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Dot com. There's a ten point recovery plan where I dress exactly this narrow issue. The first problem, I think with Mexico we have to be Frank about the United States. We are the largest consumption market for illegal drugs in the world. Yup. By for and we we have to stop pussyfooting around that. And we have to stop, you know, blaming drug suppliers. And so, you know, look, if we have this gigantic demand that we've allowed to flourish inside this country. We are part of the problem, and we need to be part of the solution. The Chinese are trying to fill the pipeline with Fenton. All now, I understand I understand. So there's there's that issue what I propose about Mexico. I think actually the wall wall is helpful really the bigger problem in Mexico is the southern border between Mexico Mexico southern border, which is a difficult border to police, although it's much thinner than the northern border with us. We we. Mexico has a tremendous corruption problem. You're absolutely right that nocco families control too much of the economy. But I think there's a certain amount of hope in this do leader who is a left leaning person. But there is a certain amount of hope that we can we can rearrange the building blocks here, and we can have a more productive relationship with Mexico. That would be good. Well, the only reason I brought up the Chinese is that their routing it up into this country through Mexico. So a bunch of people are getting paid down there. I guess that's just the way things right now. But you're right. If suddenly. That's another thing we have one more little segment coming up. So we'll take our break. When we come back. I wanna ask Charles ortel. Where are the big revenues that people thought they were going to be seeing in these various state and local governments from the sale of legalized mentos? Good or, you know, weed pot marijuana that thing with a workout everybody's satisfaction or not really. Charles when we come back..

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"mexico mexico" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"mexico mexico" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"For that wall? Mexico, Mexico, Mexico, Mexico, Mexico's Mexico, Mexico, Mexico, Mexico, Mexico, Mexico, Mexico, Mexico, Mexico, Mexico, Mexico, Mexico, Mexico, Mexico, Mexico, Mexico, Mexico, Mexico, Mexico, Mexico, Mexico, Mexico. Can you imagine Sean he's saying? Mexico's going to pay the venom saying that's like one hundred percent. That's not like ninety eight percent, Sean. It's one hundred percent. They're going to pay for the wall. Now that montage did not come from either Krista or Michael that montage no kidding around came from the Democrats in the Senate. I stole that one from Twitter. I di- I grabbed that one I gave it to Michael. And Chris I said, well, you grab this. And Chris didn't she's very good at that. But the democratic that's what happens on Twitter at normangoldman. Right. I'm on Twitter. And I saw this very funny thing from from. It was from Charles Schumer in the Senate Democrats, they put that my ties together. So I grabbed it, and I sent that off and said, let's play that. And and it's it's a right, right. Because you, and I you and I are trapped we are trapped with this guy now today today this very afternoon just a few hours ago. There was a luncheon up on Capitol Hill Benedict. Donald got in the limo went down bedlow vein avenue and met with the Republicans in the Senate. Right. He met with the Republicans. And so that means you and I have to start.

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"mexico mexico" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"mexico mexico" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Which is a part of the former east Germany, and then they got out right before Kristallnacht and went to England and then from England during the war, they came to the US when you talk to them like. Like. Sadly as a Jew myself. I'm not sad to be Jew. But, but you know, you you ask these questions, and I asked them very quickly upon the incoming administration a couple years ago. It's like will. We know when to go. Did you ever talk to them about that? I did. And my grandfather who was politically very conservative, and who was staunchly pro American and very grateful to this country, essentially said, I don't want to hear from anti-semitism from you. You you have no idea, and it's not going to happen in this country. It doesn't happen in this country. We're fine. And that was that. And I have to say that growing up in Tulsa. And I don't know what your experience was in New Mexico Mexico, but I never encountered anti-semitism in Tulsa except. Very infrequently. If there was somebody who came in from. The either Chicago there was a kid from Chicago who moved to to Tulsa or a kid from New York. But it was always somebody coming into tolsey who moved there, and I'd hear this and that, but nothing really that nothing attacking, you know, sort of you know, you never felt a movement not at all in Oklahoma. In fact, that was not only benign curiosity about what our community was up to. But I would say we were treated almost as exotic. Yeah. In a in a lovely way. Why I experienced I guess it would be more slightly. We was little worse than benign I and it was oddly. I think the first time. They ever experienced. It was a camp. And I think it might have been a kid from Oklahoma or some place more cowboy ish, but he had never seen a Jew before. So there was there were questions. Right. Like, literally knows horrible sort of like, you don't have horns type of questions. Oh, that's not good. So. Yeah. So like what he was brought up with something. And I think he was pleasantly surprised that I was just an annoying kit. There is a friend of mine who was overheard this at a a wedding in Texas. There were some some Jews at the end of the table and at a wedding. Yeah. And and he he overheard a woman saying we'll. Who were they? And then the other person said, oh, there some them that killed our Lord. Oh, yeah. Well, yeah. Yeah. Well, you know, if he if he doesn't die. They don't have much of a story. See there you go back all circle. Yeah. But so how many siblings? Do you have? I have a sister and two brothers older. But all older. Yes. Oh, you're the youngest. Yeah. So now, okay. So your your grandfather was in the oil business. That's pretty rough business. So we now when I like the guy where they call wildcatters. Yeah. So was your old man in the oil business? Well, yes. Yeah. Yeah. Well, he got into well he worked for my grandfather for a while. And because my grandfather's son blood, son. My uncle was also in the company, my my father thought, well, I'm never going to be able to take this company over because of course, it's going to be passed onto his son. And that's that's as it should be. And so he learned the business from his father in law, and then eventually split off and formed a company. Of his own oil company..

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"mexico mexico" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"mexico mexico" Discussed on KCRW

"President also threatened in a tweet that Mexico doesn't move the migrants away from the US border. He will shut down the border permanently. The Trump administration also wants to change us asylum policy, and instead of allowing people to wait in the US until their claims decided the president wants them to be returned to Mexico. Theresa cardinal Brown served as a policy advisor with the US customs and border protection at the department of homeland security and this morning. She's in our studio. Thanks for coming in God beer. So the president often speaks in generalities. Big sweeping statements. So we're going to try to parse some of the stuff stand. The implications. First off his proposal to change the asylum policy to require applicants to wait in Mexico. Can you explain what happens now? Well, this is a policy that he's trying to negotiate with Mexico. So there is a provision in our law that says that if somebody is in deportation proceedings, but has arrived at the land border from contiguous territory, the United States can make them wait in that contiguous territory for their system for their case to be heard right now, those people are being loud into the country, and because we don't have detention facilities they're being released. So that's what he calls catch-and-release, but we can't really exercise this authority in law without the cooperation of Mexico because Mexico doesn't have to allow non-mexicans back. So that's what we understand is going on is that the administration is negotiating with Mexico to allow this to happen. So it would be legal, but it puts all. A big burden on Mexico. Does it not? I mean, what's their responsibility to these people whether or not it's legal? I think is a little bit debatable. This provision has never been used before. Because we've never had an agreement, and there is some questions of people questioned whether or not it can be used with asylum-seekers specifically. So I would imagine there will be litigation over that. But with regards to Mexico Mexico's already dealing with the migrants their proximity nine thousand in Tijuana now there were already three to four thousand migrants waiting to apply for asylum in Tijuana before the current caravan arrived, so Mexico is trying its best to manage this situation. It has offered asylum to many of them who wished to apply in Mexico as well as other work permits. The Mexican government is trying to maintain order with this group of people. So you see the Mexican federal police, for example are now trying to ensure that there's not an instant like yesterday keeping people from approaching the border to go legally through is it your understanding that the people in the image. That we saw people trying to scale the fence or the people who are getting teargassed. Have. They applied for asylum. Are these they have not they have they have not. So what happens is in order to ply for some you have to enter the United States. If you're coming out of port of entry. You have to come to the port of entry and make your application there. But they're physically barred from go into a port of entry. They're physically barred from doing so CB BP says that it's a capacity issue out. The Senator port of entry Santa cdo is the busiest border crossing in the world and in order for them to process, the regular traffic pedestrians and people coming into work into shopping for every other business that they're doing. They can only process, according to them a few hundred if that cases of asylum day, just because of their resources, so basically they have prevented people from crossing the bridge crossing into across the border into the processing facilities to make their asylum applications until called metering their metering people and allowing only so many in a day. So that's. It's frustrating, and creating a lot of people waiting in Tijuana on and that's why they were trying to sort of come across the border. Just lastly, what it what would incentivize Mexico to agree to the steel? Well, that's a very good question. I mean, the president has talked a lot about shutting down the border. I assume that's a coercive tactic has shutting down the border would definitely impact the Mexican economy. But also impact the US economy, even the three hours that it was shut down on Sunday. I had a detrimental impact in Tijuana. An insanity at San Diego Theresa cardinal Brown, director of immigration and cross-border policy at the bipartisan policy center in Washington. Thank you so much for your time. Your uncle in China, a new commitment to scientific research seems to be paying off Chinese scientists now produce more scientific publications than American. Researchers do the global ratings of Chinese universities are on the rise and China has also been recruiting scientists from around the world NPR's, Joe palca traveled to China to meet some of them..

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"mexico mexico" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

07:09 min | 2 years ago

"mexico mexico" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"Or maybe like me you can't wait till it's over looking forward to Wednesday of next week when we'll finally find out who controls the house of representatives. And and the midterm madness is over. I wanna start out this show talking about an evergreen topic. And of course, that's immigration illegal immigration in particular at the moment. The big stories. The caravan the caravan, which is making its way slowly north through Mexico starting out in Honduras and aiming for the US border these seven thousand or whatever the number is caravanners almost all of them have turned down the offer to apply for asylum in Mexico. Mexico isn't good enough for him. You know, it's just like it's like, it's like the people from sub Saharan Africa or the Middle East who who, you know, pay pay somebody who owns a boat to to get across the Mediterranean and they land in in Greece or Italy or Spain. They don't stay in Greece originally or Spain that's not the destination. They keep going north Germany or Sweden or the u k. Those are the destinations of choice for so-called refugees in Europe. And it's the same thing here. You know, they have no interest in in in being in Mexico. They wanna come to the United States. And of course, who can blame them. I would too. So at last word, I think the caravan is something like a thousand miles from the southern border. Now, they're obviously not gonna make it in time for the midterms, which I take it is the whole point of this exercise unless they get back on those buses. And so I think we can expect over the next couple of days that the caravanners will get back on the buses and speed northward. So that the day before two days before, you know, whatever their timetable is they will be presenting themselves at our southern border in hoping for some kind of an incident involving the fifteen thousand troops that President Trump is talking about deploying their and and there's breaking news breaking news as of as of late last night about the caravan. And this is one of those things that if you're like me, you know, it's just infuriating. Here's here's the breaking news from ten o'clock last night. Breaking group of migrants, traveling on foot from Honduras file federal lawsuit against President Trump and others, quote, Trump's professed and enacted policy toward thousands of caravanners seeking asylum in the United States is shockingly unconstitutional closed, quote, that's a quote from the complaint. So I went and tracked down the complaint. It's really interesting. You know, first of all the the plaintiffs in this complaint. It's a putative class action alleged class action are all women suing on their own behalf and on behalf of their children. Now news reports tell us that most of the people in this caravan our young men, which is of course, not atypical refugee population. Most of them are young men, but all of the plaintiffs in the case are are women and all of them are suing on their own behalf as well as on behalf of their children in this alleged class action. And and this lawsuit has been filed in federal court in the district of Columbia, and I looked up the lawyers. It's a law from I've never heard of doesn't mean much is a lot of law firms out there, but it's a Washington DC law firm, and so somebody has invested some money in making this happen. Somebody somebody had to go down to Mexico. I assume go down to Mexico and. And spent some time hanging out with the caravan. And interviewing people identifying I think is five or six women who are plants in the case. So so they had to be interviewed identified selected and information garnered from them, and and from others, and and it takes them doing, you know, there's a cash investment there. There's a pretty significant investment of time. And now the lawyers have have have filed this complaint alleging that President Trump's stated intention to to block these thousands of people from just walking across the border and claiming asylum and mass is shockingly Annette constitutional. So so as as always with these things, you know, you you wonder what's going on who's behind it? What's it all about? They'll offer me. Very well, not beginning a fee, they they may think that the publicity that they're getting here is is worth their investment of time. And maybe they're even. Investing the money that it takes. I don't know. But it's it's so interesting, you know, to to to try to peek behind the curtain, and and understand who who is it who's behind this kind of staff who's paying for the buses, you know, who who organized this caravan in Honduras, thousands of people it's not easy to do it. It takes effort it takes investment. Who's who did that, you know, who's who's paying for the buses? You know, I I was reading in American history book the other day, and and I read that in times gone by that were people who actually earned a living by going around and observing things and investigating things. And and seeing what was happening in the world and writing stories about about what was happening and and publishing those stories and newspapers, and these people were curious, and in when they're things were happening that were that were interesting and not and not obviously explained they would ask questions they would ask questions, and these people were called reporters does that sound great. And wouldn't the world a better place? If. If we had people like that today, if we had people who had gone out of their Brexit go and and start interviewing people and in the caravan or leading the caravan these buses, I just saw poll up or word, they come from, you know, who's paying for those buses anyway who organized this caravan, but the people that that passes reporters in today's America seemed to have had their curiosity surgically removed at least when it comes to anything that could reflect badly on the left or the Democratic Party. So there you have it. That's the latest story out of the caravan. A lawsuit filed in federal court in the district of Columbia alleging that any effort to deal with this caravan is shockingly unconstitutional. That's where we are. In today's America, we're going to run to a break. And when we return we're going to be joined by Byron York. The Laura Ingram show. Have you ever taken your car for an oil change, and you can find something wrong.

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"mexico mexico" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"mexico mexico" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Not only that but Mexico. Is almost identical in terms of culture in terms of language in terms of ethnicity. Almost identical to the countries that these people are fleeing if you were. Participating in a mass exodus from your home country because of horrible crime and horrible economic conditions, and you were in those countries of El Salvador, Nicaragua Honduras, and all you wanted to do was find a better place, you found it you found Mexico. Mexico is a major upgrade. That's not all they're doing. Their are countries are heading to our border, and they're demanding entry. So what do we call these cows? Triple eight six thirty. Washington's mall, W M A L. Washington comes to talk. The Washington Post endorsed governor HOGAN saying in polarized times. He is stuck to the political middle somewhere hands fashioned agreements that will benefit millions of Marylanders. Dick, centrist approach civil in business. Like steered a steady course on budgetary and fiscal matters. Hogan deserves a second term governor Larry. I ran for office because I was completely fed up with politics as usual. Indianapolis and Washington, quite frankly. I really care much about politics. And whether somebody's a democrat or Republican, I care about common sense bipartisan solutions care about fixing problems. We work together with local officials across the aisle. We don't always agree. But we respectfully agree to disagree. And we're honest with each other. We're doing the best job again. The people. It means a lot. Slate. I Chris Rosenthal treasurer.

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"mexico mexico" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"mexico mexico" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"I I'm watching this video online. I just posted on my Facebook page by Mandy Connell. Facebook page of the devastation of Mexico's Mexico beach in Florida, and I've been to Mexico beach was telling was that you I was telling us to grant Mexico beach was really what Florida used to be when I was young, and it was not fully developed and a lot of these structures had been there for a very very long time and huge swaths of it are just gone. I mean gone, it's it's not a matter of re going into fixing something eighty is gone. But you can definitely tell the new construction from the old construction because I hate government. Okay. I don't I don't want. I'm never you're never gonna hear me utter. The words we should have a law about that. Because that's just not our role. But after Hurricane Andrew happened in Florida. The state of Florida went in and worked with the building index. To come up with significantly tougher hurricane building standards, and they increase the cost of a house significantly a lot of people were against them because they increase the cost of a house significantly. But when you look at the new construction that is still standing next to completely decimated neighborhoods. There's nothing left, and that is really really sad. And I cannot believe that we don't know of more people that were killed yet. Because there is these places are gone just really gone, and that is absolutely a tragedy mean just really sad. My heart goes out to them. And and I'm not gonna lie. I love not having to worry about that. Here in Colorado. I mean, I couldn't even imagine. I don't I don't think it's meteorologically meteorologically. That's a hard word to say say that grant meteorologically meter meteorologist. Hard meteoroid trying to get in all the meteorology meteorologically meteorologically meteorologist Sam drunk right now if I were a cop I would make that part of my roadside exam like just pull your I'm gonna need you to say meteorologically. Most people can't say it sober. And now, I can't say it that way. But I I can't even I don't miss that at all. And I wouldn't wish it on. My worst enemy not at all. If you love American cheese. I'm wrapping up the show with this. If you love American cheese, you better you better stockpile because grants generation, let me just read the headline from from time magazine..

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"mexico mexico" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"mexico mexico" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Straw to replace the plastic straws and eastbound all right. We've been talking about how there is basically. Now, the war on straw, right. I would like to also say this has carried all the way to Mexico Mexico. I wife, and I went to rocky point over Labor Day. Okay. And like, you know, you're on the beach, then you go to the little bar area. And you get your fruity drink I like the Miami. Vice don't ask me, what's in it. There's also something called the dirty monkey. That's pretty good too part of that one. No, straws MAC, they banned. Straws? I was there three or four months ago. Nose drops it anytime anywhere in Mexico, anywhere. Well, at least at this resort. Yeah. Wow. Do you drink the fruity frozen concoction? I gotta tell you. It's not as it's not as nice anymore. I had recipient had brain freeze. It was brutal. That was terrible. I mean, come on I want my little, you know. Strawberry jacker. You said your Miami. Vice? And I just want a stick in straw now. In the east valley, there's a company that says we're going to replace plan. Would you take a paper strong? Yeah. You know, what I would have done with it? I would have put it. What have thrown it away? One bladders burst on a flight from Phoenix. All right. A woman aboard a six hour flight took video of a flight attendant asking her to go on a plastic bag what we're supposed to be relaxing trip on American Airlines to call out light from sky harbor. They were asked to urinate in plastic bags and bottles because of diaper flight attendants telling passengers to pee in plastic bags and bottles. Because of a diaper a diaper got stock and ruined the planes restrooms because someone tried diaper, can you imagine being in the middle seat and having a bottle and saying to the right of you? Sorry. I'm sorry about that the person who left you can you not look at me, I'm trying to urinate in his bottle. Oops, spelled what a nightmare. I think they took the bottles to the restroom. What is your late? Well, that's the only way a woman could go. What about what I'm trying to pee in the bottle turbulence happens? The guy in front of he's doomed. You don't do it in your see don't you the bathroom still right close the door? Just don't. Yeah. Relieve yourself into the toilet. You have put a vision in my mind. Yeah. I know. Yeah. Well, let's ask us. Okay. Once you went and did your business. Would you bring the bottle of the plastic bag back to your seat? What do you give it to the fight? The.

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"mexico mexico" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"mexico mexico" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"They have unbelievable stretch of ten games else where i it's just incredible they gave up a home game to the chiefs obviously they're playing in mexico mexico city so it's not a home game no no but they're giving up a home game at the coliseum and in that same ten weeks they only have two home games i'm okay with that based upon what we did last year you're saying that that is not that changes from year to year that's not necessarily a clean clearly but the core of this team went on the road eight times and came back winners seven right so the core of the team are quarterback are running back i receiving core many members of our defense still they're not gonna go on the road and be intimidated by the environment right which is why i'm okay with that stretch show the stretch starts with the chargers right they have them at home the charges supposed to be good i heard an article charge senior trendy like soup make super bowl run team chargers are are are lost their tied in one hundred hundred hundred yeah i fade he didn't get to you the fate oh dead for some reason any sorry he's he's just took it up another notch yeah you gotta redo it yeah so anyway stretch so it's charged then vikings then on the road for three straight seattle broncos and niners packers at home at new orleans tough place to play seattle again kansas city in mexico.

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"mexico mexico" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"mexico mexico" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Cases which really is a miracle it's more that artifact dash miracle is are you familiar with the image of our lady of guadalupe that latin america as well as it turns out i did investigate that to a certain extent and here's the thing for people not familiar with it it's that tilmo which is a cactus hus garment has been a constant church custody for five hundred years and it's only the last one hundred and fifty that it's been under glass and protected as the basilica of guadalupe in mexico mexico city and heavily guarded by the way isn't it yup they've got security there and everything else oh they do now but but initially for the first three hundred fifty years it was exposed to all kinds of hot cold humidity issue oh yeah they didn't take care of it at all no they just weren't setup for it but but the thing is it's in pristine condition and if i if you and i took some cactus husks and three in a few box put it in the closet twenty years it'd be it'd be gone dust yes but now here's where it goes further i've talked to people who have talked to people at sandia labs i got secondhand but pretty close to secondhand that they've taken particles from this cactus hus garment.

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"mexico mexico" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"mexico mexico" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Ways that would thrill millions and different in ways that would a paul millions more it began with a giant comment about the state of the country this american carnage stops right here and stops right now within a day press secretary sean spicer lectured white house reporters arguing implausibly that more people witness donald trump's inauguration than president obama's and a day later here on meet the press the president's counselor kellyanne conway offered this explanation sean spicer our press secretary gave alternative facts that inauguration weekend kicked off a year of friction between the white house in the press between the president's supporters and his detractors between liberals and conservatives which is helped feeding an uneasy sense that we as a country are more divided than we have been for decades if not longer over the next hour we're going to look back at the past year and a head to the next our panel this new year's eve mourning charlie cook editor and publisher of the cook political report mbc news white house correspondent kristen welker bbc anchor katty kay who show beyond one hundred days will begin appearing on pbs starting tuesday and rich lower editor of the national review we're gonna start things off by looking at some of the promises made by candidate donald trump and talk about whether he's been able to make good on them or not let's watch donald j trump is calling for a total and complete shutdown of muslims entering the united states one trillion dollars in infrastructure investment the tax relief will be concentrated on the working and middle class i will be the greatest jobs president that god has ever created repealing and replacing obamacare a disaster save medicare medicaid and social security without cuts have to do it i pledge to every citizen of our land that i will be president for all americans we will build a great great wall and mexico mexico mexico mexico will pay for the wall all right guys what's been the single most important promise he made and the single most important promise he's kept rich lowry must start with you because i think the wall is probably the single most important promise connected to him as candidate yeah that was a signature promise and was probably the most flagrantly unrealizable promise in all of american presidential politics the idea that mexico would pay for this wall minimum build the wall.

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"mexico mexico" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"mexico mexico" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Avenue hero anna music truck a wonderwoman who are you sir couple of chess championship lockdown she's a chess genius and therefore she's got a constantly go around the world get new championships racked up defend doled once well apparently there's a chess championship coming up in saudi arabia and she's refusing to go play because she will not submit to not only worrying that stupid outfit that the women wherever they're just hideous slave outfit but she will not submit to having to go somewhere accompanied by somebody he realized that if you're a woman in saudi arabia and you have for whatever reason find yourself out by yourself you'll be beaten on the street there were a call the morality police over there he me whipped you can be arrested it's it's insane you you must be a and has to be by a male or a husband a father you you can go to the mall and hang out unless you are escorted there by somebody by your slave master actually that's what it is you can't be out without your slave master now up so i i really truly appreciate this woman's uh testicular fortitude we know you're a champ anna you don't worry at europe to go to saudi arabia to prove dust uh but by the way one of the stocking stuffers i gave my lovely wife was wonderwoman one of them plastic wonderwoman figurines or she's posing with her hands on hiv and in the front you push it it says uh things does empowering things for our girls limit because she's my wonderwoman my lovely wife have the avenue hero here with this went to the someone who refuses to be a slave a slave to the saudis should go play chest now i saw this one of my eyes guys biggest pipe plates border patrol agents shot in texas by gunman in mexico just that information alone tells you what what tells you that weight shoot bag tells you that we are not well it if if we are it's it's not annette headline to say border patrol agents shot in texas by gunmen in mexico mexico border stormed by border patrol suspects arrested but doesn't say that the federal authorities confirmed the shooting of a us border patrol agent patrolling the waters of real brandy the shot came from the.

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"mexico mexico" Discussed on 1340 Big Talker

1340 Big Talker

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"mexico mexico" Discussed on 1340 Big Talker

"Worlds god sean shopping lots of rights knows knows games save please think he's god thai plaza mexico mexico's stop save and asking you save on the shopping show making you will mark on on wednesday eleven in sixty four beautiful degrees outside looking out the window here it is just gorgeous out there like in at a lot mets ticker quickly carrier traffic logo how much in a way of traffic but i got something in the way of watching out for first responders we have a house fire right now and republic on lombardi drive this between fountain avenue in surely avenue and fire uh folks are on the premises there also in springfield a house fire in the nine hundred block of you turkey between kings and virginia avenue in so there will be fire trucks and personnel responding to that as well please let them do their job don't go by a while their houses on fire yeah that they probably would like for people not to get in the way and potentially cause other problems or challenges so let's let them do their job and just pray that the houses or not damage and.

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"mexico mexico" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"mexico mexico" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"The the more remembers just basically an inconvenience you see all these people these news boobs out on the martha's vineyard nanterre or give us the erosion of this terrible you think is going to happen in a hurricane or even the with winds of again sixty five seventy miles an hour like that was the most important thing happening when people's lives are being ruined by what's happening dad says it's just that the business of being so self absorbed and now think about the people in mexico mexico city two hundred forty people i did and you look at the devastation the crashing bashing of all the stuff of just back to why because things are because that's the way it is and other nature men whether she's angry or mother nature's angry at us wherever figure out for yourself but it just is now we are going into fall season you won't see any more hurricanes now they will be if there are available in the atlantic and it won't they will go anywhere but we certainly had a month of a lotta hoof pushing polling and uh and and soulsearching year deal he if you're not there i still say there's no way you can figure you can understand what it is that people are going through i don't think he can do it you don't think this is the images on instagram of people posting videos throughout all the islands it did the flooding isn't just lie still water flooding which is what we had your assery haines sandia it looks like the ocean like a river rapids are just rushing through the stress it is a water so treacherous yeah look him it's again in the.

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