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"monmouth university" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

02:29 min | Last month

"monmouth university" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

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"monmouth university" Discussed on Politics: Meet Me in the Middle

Politics: Meet Me in the Middle

01:43 min | 6 months ago

"monmouth university" Discussed on Politics: Meet Me in the Middle

"That was Patrick Murray founder of the most respected polling institute in the country. Monmouth University. As we crawl toward this election, we're all going to be inundated with newscasters quoting poll after poll pre debate post-debate about this issue or that candidate we watch incessantly while these newscasters tell us about our own collective opinions. They give us impression that the poll is a picture of likely results on election. Day. But we all remember two, thousand sixteen with an election night surprise between Clinton and trump. Polls are just a snapshot from yesterday..

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North Carolina voters unmoved by Dem Senate hopeful’s sex scandal

All In with Chris Hayes

01:32 min | 6 months ago

North Carolina voters unmoved by Dem Senate hopeful’s sex scandal

"Weeks from today Americans will not just decide who they want the White House, but the balance of power the Senate as well On. Congressional races in down ballot races in the US Senate thirty-five seats up this year twenty three held by Republicans, Twelve Democrats, and pulling analysis site fivethirtyeight. Now, project Democrats are slightly favored to take over that chamber, but it's close we've been falling day by day and expanding battleground map of states that now have genuinely competitive Senate races one of those races where the pulling seem pretty good for Democrats early on with North Carolina. That's where incumbent Republican Senator Thom Tillis is facing a challenge from former state senator and. Iraq and Afghanistan war veteran cal Cunningham and back in the beginning of September cutting performing pretty well point ahead of us in the monmouth university poll which left a lot of people thinking wow, this could happen. Could this be a democratic Senate pickup and then a week and a half ago that also seemed to be up ended on October Second Tillis his campaign confirmed the senator tested positive for corona virus, and later that very same day text messages surfaced between cal Cunningham and a woman who is not his wife. After about a week of pretty brutal extramarital relationship accusations started look like I don't know maybe Democrats were counting their chickens a little too early in the north. Carolina Senate race but that new bullying came out and guess what the whole thing seems to have helped. Cal. Cunningham. In a Monmouth University poll just released today cutting lead over Senator Thom Tillis is actually expanded. He's now by four points whereas he was only by one September.

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"monmouth university" Discussed on Politics: Meet Me in the Middle

Politics: Meet Me in the Middle

05:20 min | 9 months ago

"monmouth university" Discussed on Politics: Meet Me in the Middle

"When the people who actually vote are GONNA be a little up in the air. We'll be right back. On medicine, we're still practicing. Joined Dr Steven Back and Bill Kurtis, for real conversations with the medical professionals who have their finger on the pulse of healthcare in the modern world available on all your favorite pod casting platforms produced by KIRK CO media. Asia. The we're back with Patrick. Marine Monmouth University polling, institute and Ed Larson Jane.

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How coronavirus could affect the six states slated to hold Democratic elections Tuesday

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

06:29 min | 1 year ago

How coronavirus could affect the six states slated to hold Democratic elections Tuesday

"Big one so last week we had super Tuesday and today as I guess on a super dose day whatever you wanna call it the media can never seem to consolidate around a name for this darn thing every single election cycle the next Tuesday with all the elections nobody knows what the deal is super Tuesday two point oh many super Tuesday okay you know what figure out the style guide and get back to me but as of today we do have a an election in a bunch of states primaries Idaho Michigan Mississippi Missouri North Dakota and Washington this is a big one and there's a number of the states that Bernie Sanders is hoping he can pick off as this race comes down to just him and Daffy old Joe Biden and they've they've got to fight for three hundred and fifty two delegates today on their way they're both either both of them are hoping to cross that that threshold of I believe nineteen ninety one one thousand nine hundred and ninety one delegates necessary to win the democratic nomination and by can perform really well last week and it looks like he's on track to perform well again today because Michigan where Bernie Sanders is spending all of his time right now who is polling so heavily in favor of Joe Biden that it would not be a complete shock if at the end of the you know the next forty eight hours Bernie Sanders is announcing his support for Joe because at this moment Biden is leading fifty one to twenty seven percent according to one survey just out an epic and epic MRA poll and then in another city survey Monmouth university he's leading fifty one to thirty six this is not a close contest in Michigan at least based on the survey numbers and in two thousand sixteen which is the number which is the place a lot of people reflect back on Bernie didn't beat Hillary by a very narrow margin and this surveys did show Hillary with a sizeable lead over Bernie going in to the Michigan vote that's true here is the issue though pollsters were sampling the wrong crowd during that election and in fact had undercounted the extent to which the young people would be involved in the vote polls and estimated that voters under thirty we're only going to make up about ten percent of the vote in Michigan back then in twenty sixteen but what really happened they showed up they were twenty percent of the vote and they gave their support to Sanders posters are ready for that phenomenon if it happens again this time and as they look at that the same dude Joe Biden is destroying you in a place where you think you can win blue collar support Michigan will be everyone I've heard this several times is that Sanders has a ceiling there is has a ceiling because his base is the young vote millennials and the socialist group of millennials now not all millennials are socialists not all millennials have been raised to believe that socialism is the the panacea to all of their their horrible terrible problems in the world have the majority of the memories that way it looks like that but it's not all of them so he has a ceiling is to have the number of people to whom a socialism is palatable and so you can only go so high I think you know I I I I've been thinking lately that there's also a coronavirus relationship in terms of how he's doing really yeah because so here's let me let me just play it out for you okay so as like as the public is become more and more aware of cry virus which of course it has G. I don't need to take a survey I guess check any store thank you walk into my supermarket be like oh people are thinking about coronavirus there is no hand sanitizer or rubbing alcohol available yeah people are stressed on their thinking about this modern America has been characterized by a jacket in view of what our problems are right oftentimes we're talking about like how look at the the micro aggressions that are going on over here or that's your being transphobic if you have two bathrooms and one of them's label mail one of them's labeled female like the nonsense arguments we constantly get sucked into and Bernie Sanders is in some ways a part of that conversation I get this this decadent conversation about what certain problems or nerve centers has his finger on the pulse of I think some real problems in the United States but also this idea that like well maybe we should try socialism now maybe that's the answer to all of our problems you don't get that kind of leash you don't have that kind of space to fork with the system if real problems are at your doorstep right I mean if I was to fly to Hong Kong right now to ask people what they think about transgender bathrooms and global warming they would smack me in the face or they would look at you completely confused because they have like real problems are trying to maintain some semblance of a democracy in their country so when Bernie Sanders is running around going you know we really need to socialism at this moment as more more Americans are like sort of fixating on okay how do we get through this like health issue to whatever extent you considered a real problem there's plenty of Americans who do I imagine that there's a healthy percentage of their god okay you know that sort of like Astor Terrick candidate the one we're kind of flirting with ever thinking about it maybe we could talk about that guy I got I think this is probably not helping Bernie Sanders this is one of those moments where you know they're turning to a guy like I just need somebody who's been in the government before I mean in that equation they may just decide okay Biden's better or Bernie Sanders is not the kind of person that they have the luxury to vote for at this moment but to play devil's advocate last night at the town hall on fox Bernie was asked about corona virus obviously and he can answer a question that was one thing I learned last night about from watching that town hall last night he takes his like Obama he takes seven minutes to answer a very simple question because he won't answer it so he goes off on all these tensions all over the place right everything comes back to trump's evil and he's going to solve all the world's problems he was talking about corona virus and he was talking about health people are quarantined for two weeks they can't pay their bills and so the government should be you know giving the people money in order to help them get through two weeks of a quarantine and through through this of which is a very socialist view of how to handle something like this and that appeals to a lot of

"monmouth university" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"monmouth university" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Is still being searched again yesterday is a perfect example of where there was no politics there was no reason to paid the kind of attention you would get in another situation where you can make it a political situation and that's a lot of times what happened as the anatomy of the story right something that can you can shape into a motion and politics you can make it you and there wasn't really that and polls also trending today right now head to South Carolina to bite is widening his lead he now holds a twenty joint lead over his closest rivals calling to a new Monmouth university poll and as of Monday several polls had almost a dead heat with burning in him but the I think the burning effect is starting to see is what especially in the south talk of capitalism is evil socialism is great Castro taught people to read Noriega Soviet Union things of that nature starting to scare and make people nervous and it went from looking like a dead heat in several polls now to this is the second pole it is many days that has Biden not only pulling away but Bernie falling behind so yeah it'll be interesting super Tuesday's gonna be big for a lot of reasons California taxes we'll see how that plays itself out he'll win California Texas that'll be interesting how does that go how does that break down across to thirteen hundred fifty seven delegates up for grabs we can have more of a mass on Wednesday or is this starting to look like it's going to be a burning train that can't be stopped.

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"monmouth university" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"monmouth university" Discussed on KTRH

"In a panic dot my wife's just gone into labor the doctor says is this her first child no it's our husband there's a new Monmouth university poll out and this is really interesting is the national poll not one of the states you have to remember because you're gonna see the swings some of the candidates will do better in some states and in other states and you're gonna see these numbers changing go out none of it matters and I'm not a big fan of polls but because mom of dozen ongoing poll you have a baseline and that baseline tells you where they were last month so you get to track some trends with this so this is a nationwide poll again not just a state but here's what's interesting Biden is up four points from a month ago from twenty six to thirty now Biden's had a tough month but this really isn't a reflection of Biden demonstrating strength this is a reflection of the fact that the other candidates are perceived not to be strong enough to be able to win a end the candidates that are getting out of the race their number two choice is the guy they perceived to be the one who can win so the Castro fans the Booker fans of Kamel Heris fans it would appear they're going with Biden so Biden's in first place among the Democrats at thirty he's in a very strong first I remember there's not a nationwide election there a series of state's caucuses and primaries in fact will have the first one in just a few days February third to the day after the Monday after the Superbowl we'll have the first we'll have the Iowa caucus and then we'll have a debate for days after that and then the New Hampshire primary on February eleventh so that'll be eight days after the Iowa caucus and then eight days after that another debate and then February twenty second we'll have the Nevada caucus there were twenty fifth will have another debate in February twenty night the South Carolina primary which means between February third February twenty ninth we'll have the Iowa caucus New Hampshire primary Nevada caucus in South Carolina primary in will be whittled down to just a few candidates by that after South Carolina in really probably after Iowa indefinitely by New Hampshire you'll start seeing some is gas drop off because if you can't if you can't get any early traction Buddha gigas one is gonna be one of these guys that you're gonna wake up he's gonna be out of the race like Beto was because he's kinda all in he's put all his eggs in the Iowa basket and when he doesn't do well in Iowa then that that's going to really be it for him but it was always really running for vice president and and there would be a big boost right that would be it would be interesting he's to be the first openly gay vice presidential candidate now he's a white male in the Democrat party that's a real knock against you but so you got Biden it thirty up four points for a month ago you've got Bernie Sanders in second up two points to twenty three Elizabeth Warren has dropped three points down to fourteen percent Pocahontas is done she's done she wanted people to pay attention to her and they did in nice said she's a nut she's down to fourteen so you've got by admit thirty he's up Sanders at twenty three openly socialist if not outright communist so by net thirty Sanders it at twenty three Warren down to fourteen and guess who's moved into number four I had a peak body gig Michael Bloomberg who was supposedly a Republican he spent all this money that Bloomberg's problem is the Democrat debate process the DNC set up requires you to rate you have to pass the threshold of money you raise number of donors an amount of money he's self funding so while he's put two hundred forty eight million dollars into his campaign he's not raising money from donors so he doesn't meet the threshold to get into the race the Democrats the the DNC wants to be able to control the process themselves so they create all these barriers they don't want somebody to come in like Sanders did in sixteen or Bloomberg this time and be able to get elected by the people but Bloomberg has is now I had a booty gig clover char Andrew Yang is down at three percent and that's that's the only ones who crossed the one percent threshold so this is really now race between Biden Sanders and Warren you want to know why the Democrats are in such a foul mood and seems so desperate because this is what they got this is what they got if your defenses on the field and there's a minute left and you don't even have a quarterback and and you're in trouble you start doing crazy blitz everybody that's what they're doing that I mean that that's what we come down to sandy you're on the Michael berry show dear I was given a note that they you sounded like a very sweet lady and I should take your call so I'm I'm honored to take thank you mark I appreciate these thank I'm beginning to believe the president trump knew all this stuff and headed time and that's why he so are you gonna use to get the Senate beach so much Republican did you know he didn't spend much time on the house hello I'm just wondering if he didn't have an inkling of all this was gonna come I'd come about here is a very different kind of gas and he reads people rail well and I just had that feeling do you think that way out I don't think it's way out but but I've I think you'd have to recognize if trump had his way he he would take a majority in the house in a majority in the Senate because he'd be able to get more done and he'd be insulated from these impeachment articles that came out of the house it's typically the case that a report that a that a sitting president suffers in the house and Senate races during the mid term election it's just we we've always done that this is an American tradition and it happened again this time and there's just there's no way around that yeah I I think he force all these problems and I think he did everything he could to prevent it being any worse than it is and I think he knows this impeachment process the longer it dress is hurt the senators that are running for president that's.

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Trump rallies in Milwaukee ahead of impeachment trial

Ben Ferguson

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Trump rallies in Milwaukee ahead of impeachment trial

"President trump holds a rally in Milwaukee tonight well six of the democratic candidates have a debate in the morning less than three weeks to the Iowa caucuses before beginning to make up their minds now this is a critical moment Joe Biden down playing a new Monmouth university poll that gives him a six point edge in

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"monmouth university" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"monmouth university" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"A new poll by Monmouth university finds democratic presidential candidate Pete booted judge now leading in Iowa outpointing Jill Biden twenty two percent to nineteen percent followed by Elizabeth Warren and then Bernie Sanders meanwhile Mister bush judge and potential candidate Michael Bloomberg don't have a lot in common besides the fact that they have experience as mayors they are separated significantly by things like age home town and of course net worth but with the federal government in something approaching paralysis leading a city actually may be a better proving ground for showing you can get things done so says Jerry side executive Washington editor at the Wall Street journal jury your opinion the hottest candidate at the moment is probably people to get to the mayor of south bend Indiana and potentially the newest candidate in the democratic presidential sweepstakes and one is attracting the most attention now is Michael Bloomberg who served three terms as mayor of New York and it just points to the fact that many years and former mayor to actually playing a pretty big role in the democratic presidential primary five current or former mayors already have been in the race and Michael Bloomberg would make sex and that's pretty extraordinary and I don't think we ever seen that before and it raises an interesting question of you know why mayors and I think one of the things this points to is that mayors are actually working in government at the level where it actually seems effective these days which is to say at the local level because at the national level government seems in Washington often paralyzed and dysfunctional so I think mayors will tell you that a lot of the real work of getting things done for citizens now happens at the city and state level and therefore being at that level rather than a Washington might not be that training if you want to leave the country right so for example mayor people to judge of south bend Indiana his record if examines say on the campaign trail more than it is now might reveal what in terms of what he got done or did not get done well I think first of all that what he would tell you is that mayors have to be basically consensus builders and not partition because of that at the local level people don't think of the issues that matter as partisan issues but just as she's for real people and so I think he would make the argument and other mayors would as well that there's a kind of style of governance that you have to do at the city level that in a lot of ways more healthy than what happens in the partisan wars in Washington so that's the first thing I think the second thing is that he he a particular try to rebuild some of the blighted neighborhoods in his in his city with a program to demolish or renovate a lot of homes and buildings important neighborhoods and that happened because he got business people and community leaders and moneyed interests together and use some federal funds to make it happen and then I think the third thing he did was on social issues I think he would point to the fact that he range for there to be paired press one to leave for city employees which I think he would argue was an important innovation you know the same time I I think he probably and this is what happens when you make things happen he made some people angry I think minorities thought that his revitalize the violation of neighborhoods had the effect of pushing out African American and Hispanics and and be gentrifying those neighbors at neighborhood at their expense and I think is his reaction to the shooting of a an African American man by a white police officer itself and also angered some people the minority community so you kind of can't run and hide when you're in there you have to sort of owned the decisions that you make speaking with Gerry so I've executive Washington editor at the Wall Street journal's pieces called Bloomberg booted judge and the rise of mayors are so apply that same question here to Mr Bloomberg well you know Michael Palmer at him but obviously read a much much bigger city and has therefore a lot more high profile and to some extent controversial elements in his record you know one thing he did was he took the city from the budget deficit into a surplus he worked with the private sector do things like set up a new tech center for tech businesses and tech education I think the to think that he did that were particularly important a controversial but also relevant to a national campaign with that he took on gun violence and became a big advocate of stricter gun laws both in the city and then ultimately nationally and he took climate change out of the national debate and and put it into the city debate and in fact organized mayors from around the world to work on climate change in their cities now wait for national governments to make things happen so I think one thing you can be sure that he will point to is his work on guns the climate changes those all the that resonates in a democratic primary thanks Jerry Jerry side executive Washington editor at the Wall Street journal twenty minutes now in front of the hour on this morning America's first news coming up next another updates on a doughnut entrepreneur.

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"monmouth university" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"monmouth university" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"A new poll by Monmouth university finds democratic presidential candidate Pete booted judge now leading in Iowa outpointing Joe Biden twenty two percent to nineteen percent followed by Elizabeth Warren and then Bernie Sanders meanwhile Mister bush judge and potential candidate Michael Bloomberg don't have a lot in common besides the fact that they have experience as mayors they are separated significantly by things like age home town and of course net worth but with the federal government in something approaching paralysis leading a city actually may be a better proving ground for showing you can get things done so says Jerry side executive Washington editor at the Wall Street journal jury your opinion the hottest candidate at the moment is probably people the judge to the mayor of south bend Indiana and potentially the newest candidate in the democratic presidential sweepstakes and one is attracting the most attention now is Michael Bloomberg who served three terms as mayor of New York and it just points to the fact that many years and former mayor you're actually playing a pretty big role in the democratic presidential primary five current or former mayors already have been in the race and Michael Bloomberg would make sex and that's pretty extraordinary and I don't think we ever seen that before and it raises an interesting question of you know why mayors and I think one of the things this points to is that mayors are actually working in government at a level where it actually seems effective these days which is to say at the local level because at the national level government seems in Washington often paralyzed and dysfunctional so I think mayors will tell you that a lot of the real work of getting things done for citizens now happens at the city and state level and therefore being at that level rather than a Washington might not be bad training if you want to leave the country right so for example mayor people to judge of south bend Indiana his record if examines say on the campaign trail more than it is now might reveal what in terms of what he got done did not get done well I think first of all that what he would tell you is that mayors have to be basically consensus builders and not partisan because of that at the local level people don't think of the issues that matter as partisan issues which is to me is for real people and so I think he would make the argument another mayors would as well that there's a kind of style of governance that you have to do at the city level that in a lot of ways more healthy than what happens in the partisan wars in Washington so that's the first thing I think the second thing is that he he a particular try to rebuild some of the blighted neighborhoods in his in his city with a program to demolish or renovate a lot of homes and buildings important neighborhoods and that happened because he got business people and community leaders and moneyed interests together and use a pedal funds to make it happen and then I think the third thing he did was on social issues I think he would point to the fact that he range for there to be peer pressure he turned to leave for city employees which I think he would argue was an important innovation you know the same time I I think he probably but it is what happens when you make things happen you make some people angry I think minorities thought that his revitalize revitalization of neighborhoods had the effect of pushing out African American and Hispanic and in beach under buying those neighbors at neighborhood at their expense and I think is his reaction to the shooting of a an African American man by a white police officer itself and also angered some people the minority community so you kind of can't run and hide when you're in there you have to sort of owned the decisions that you make speaking with Gerry side executive Washington editor at the Wall Street journal's pieces called Bloomberg booted judge and the rise of mayors are so apply that same question here to Mr Bloomberg well you know Michael Palmer at him but obviously read a much much bigger city and has therefore a lot more high profile and to some extent controversial elements in his record you know one thing he did was he took the city from the budget deficit into a surplus he worked with the private sector do things like set up a new tax center for tech businesses and tech education I think the to think that he did that were particularly important a controversial but also relevant to a national campaign what did he took on gun violence and became a big advocate of stricter gun laws both in New York City and then ultimately nationally and he took climate change out of the national debate and and put it into the city debate and a pack organized mayors from around the world to work on climate change in their cities now wait for national governments to make things happen so I think one thing you can be sure that he will point to is his work on guns that climate change is that was all that resonates in a democratic primary thanks Jerry Jerry side executive Washington editor at the Wall Street journal twenty minutes now in front of the hour on this.

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National poll: Biden, Warren and Sanders locked together at top of primary

Election Ride Home

02:25 min | 1 year ago

National poll: Biden, Warren and Sanders locked together at top of primary

"A monmouth university national poll came out right before I recorded courted. This and it does not move the needle for any candidates trying to get into the November or December. DNC debates at the same time it does offer some support for the ongoing in media narrative of a three way race at the top as always margin of error. I was plus or minus five point three percent which is a little high because the overall sample size is a little low anyway. MONMOUTH is a well. Regarded pollster so here. We go reading from a summary of the poll in politico by Zach montemurro quote. The Democratic primary has no clear leader. A new national poll conducted by Monmouth University shows with former vice president. Joe Biden and Senators was with Warren and and Bernie Sanders locked in a tight race in the poll a full two-thirds of voters back one of the top three candidates Biden and Warren or each at twenty three percent support while Sanders is at twenty percent. No other candidate is in double digits. A clear dividing line between the top three candidates and the rest to the field South Bend Indiana Mayor P Buddha judge sits at nine percent senator. Kamala Harris has five percent and Senator Cory Booker and Andrew. Yang are at three percent each all. The other candidates are below that mark and quote all right. So there's that but the other key item from this poll has to do with electability has time marches ever closer to actual voting voters are taking a closer look at the candidates and trying to sort out whether they feel these people could win in general election weeding once more from politico quote Warren and Sanders. Were both able to close and electability gap in the minds of voters between themselves and Biden Democratic voters were asked to rate on a scale of one to ten A.. Candidates likelihood of defeating president. Donald Trump Biden's average score was seven point three while Warren's was seven point one and Sanders was seven point O. Biden's average score slightly decreased since a monmouth poll. We'll ask that question in June while both Warren and Sanders is score increased and quote so we have three candidates with pretty similar polling being very similar numbers and eighty nine days until the Iowa Caucus. So I'm beginning to think that a three way split coming out of Iowa is a pretty. Are you strong bet this

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WTVN

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"monmouth university" Discussed on WTVN

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Warren continues to climb, Gabbard qualifies for October Democratic debate

WBZ Afternoon News

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Warren continues to climb, Gabbard qualifies for October Democratic debate

"Senator and democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren is now leading the pack into early voting states a Monmouth university poll of likely New Hampshire voters shows her with a slight lead over former vice president Joe Biden also leave the latest Iowa poll released over the weekend or months editor Bernie Sanders comes in third in the Monmouth poll followed by south bend Indiana mayor people to judge why congressman Tulsi Gabbard earns two percent support meaning he's the twelfth candidate to qualify for next

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Kelly From Karma & Kismet on Creative Blocks, Internal Motivation & Deadlines

Detour To Neverland

12:30 min | 1 year ago

Kelly From Karma & Kismet on Creative Blocks, Internal Motivation & Deadlines

"Are episode today is with Kelly whose from Karma in Kismet so Kelly you'll learn is at our heart and artists and is so interesting to see that creative process to go from an idea to putting something on some sort of medium between her stationary to invite cards to apparel and everything in between it is really really cool to see that glimpse into how these things come to life. Kelly is also in amazing businesswoman and running carmine. Kismet really really efficiently so we learned so much from our conversation in I know you guys will enjoy this one too so without further ado we'll go ahead in play the interview you were. Kelly I will introduce yourself and she's gonNA share one random fact that you may not know about her from social media. Thank you for listening and we hope you enjoy so my name is Kelly and I'm the creator of Carmen Kismet we're going to be celebrating our five year anniversary in November so I'm getting to a milestone allstone with my small shop that started back when I was graduating from college started out as se store that I was selling. Just all different. Handmade items comes on and it's gotten to the point now where it's all focused on Disney. I have inspired art prints that I'll put out there. My original art mm t shirts stationery custom work anything and everything that kind of brings a little bit of magic into your everyday life. That's what I try to bring into my store and then recently I started a blog that talk about ways to bring home the Disney magic so it may be diy Disney techniques you can use different ways a to decorate your home in Disney. Way Is an also just talking about Disney trips getting excited for your Disney trip. I love kind of sharing with other people as they get got to go on their Disney Adventures and something interesting about that. You wouldn't know from my social media. I guess it's that my nine to five job is is actually as a fundraiser so I talk a lot about myself on social media but that's one thing that I don't really talk too much about i. That's my professional life and I kind of try to keep that separate because you know I take this very seriously about what I do but that's what I do for most of the day actually I love that. That's a good I totally understand the keeping everything separated. Yes it makes it easier to focus your climb claim on different things that way probably our biggest fear is Katharine Students Finding Our podcast today my biggest fear not so much Yale I feel it would be bad for me too though to kind of set the scene tell us about your Disney story. How did it kind of evolve over time in the ultimately lead? NT starting Carmen Kismet in two thousand fourteen so I was very lucky and I was born into Disney family my parents went to Walt Disney world for the first time in nineteen seventy seven on their honeymoon and they fell in love with it they were you know the generation that grew up watching uncle wall on Sunday nights on Wonderful Walt Disney or I guess world color at that point and GM they were are able to experience it and they wanted to give that experience to their children as well so I'm the youngest of three all of us have gone to Disney in our first time was before we were two years old and we just continue to go every year so we would all pile into the minivan and take the twenty hour drive from New Jersey to Orlando every August August and it was great. We got to experience that with three generations bringing my grandparents they're with us sometimes and as we got older the amount of trips that we took just increased and I think our love of it you know the Disney Company has increased and it's been nice. We've had a very close family and I think a lot of that is to do at Disney because no matter what stage we were at if we were at different points in our lives we always had a common interest and that was Disneyland. I think a lot out of the support I get from Carmen Kismet is because it is something that we all are so passionate about that is really cool so take us to that moment in twenty fourteen whenever you decided to open up your shop for the first time kind of what were the conversations that took place. What was your thinking in kind of. What did that launch process collect for you? Yes so Carmen has a very weird start. It really was not started because I wanted to start a business or because I had this hobby. it was almost out of necessity. I was graduating from college. I had my bachelor's degree in political science from Monmouth University and had had decided that I was GonNa make the switch into the arts world so I received a full tuition scholarship to go to Savannah College designed to Study Arts Administration which was wonderful and I was so excited about it and during the summer leading up to my master's degree starting I was working at a small quilt shop in New Jersey with fees whole group group of women that were just so inspiring very talented smart and entrepreneurial so I'm working with them. Having a great time that summer and then I get sick and the doctors didn't know what was going on they weren't able to diagnose it for about ten months so I had a long time of trying to figure route and deal with this in my life as I was going through this major change of being in my master's program also working part time and having internship so I really had to find an escape because I was not dealing with things well so I turned to what's always been my escape which is our in Disney and I started to really create a ton of art and you know it was a lot of painting of that time and diy projects in different things like that so I was doing all that as I'm I'm working at. This quilt store called fabric inspirations someone who has working with said. You really need to think about starting at see store. I know that you're just creating Autun of art in why not try to monetize that so one night in November. I just decided that I might as well start it. Because what do I have to lose and I started you might see store and within twenty four hours. I had my first sale so I felt like I had just had this huge success. and it's really molded in changed over the last five years on but I'm very happy with where it's at right now and I love my story where it started such a cool story. I love that you know you're able to just use art as kind of an escape in like a tough time because I feel like a lot of people in s to who who kind of start these projects all come from you know that kind of mindset like looking for a happier escape like falling back on Disney so I definitely think that's something that a lot of people can relate to absolutely. I think it's you know at first started. I was very nervous to share some of those pieces a story but I think that that's how I really connected with people because we do have so many you know commonalities with the love Disney but also what Disney does for. I live in Y as adults. We still go back after year. I'm always interested because like Detour Neverland is kind of a unique name. What is the story of how you came up with carmine Kismet so it's again another like weird storing so my site grandfather is like my idol and my dad had worked with all of my grandparents to make books that they would give us that was about their lives so my grandfather is from Scotland and has the Scottish accent and everything and so he wrote this book and it had a lot of like mentions of Scottish folklore and everything and I don't know if Carmen Kismet really played into that but the title of his book was was Karma Collapse which is last name kinsman and I just for some reason really connected with that when I was trying to think of a name I didn't WanNa do something that was the two branded to Disney because I had just actually finished art law class and I was like I'm going to get arrested or something. so. I kinda went down the route of wall. What's the definition of Carmen definition of Qismat and you know every single Disney story that you look at has those two themes so you know Karma that things come back around to you. Qismat that things are meant to be if you look at any Disney tale. I feel like all of them. Have that as the route so it was kind of a simple way to get around that art law issue that I was having your naming story is much cooler than mine and Dan. That's that's so funny that like you were going through that so you kind of had that awareness like. I can't just be Disney lovers store. Something are you actually put some thought into it and that it does have like a personal family tie yeah. It's you know it's a special apartment means a lot to my grandfather to whenever we talk about it he still you know he's ninety nine years old and he still asks me every time. I see him. How Carmen Kismet is so. It's so when he mentioned when you first introducing yourself in the shop you mentioned that it wasn't always Disney focused. Is that correct yes yeah at first it was just really all different phantoms because I figured out very soon on that the way to rank on at sea he is to have a keyboard so just putting up like a sketch of a woman or something like that wasn't. GonNa get me anywhere so I focused on Fanta but you know I was doing other things outside of the Disneyworld when I first started out so how did you make that transition to just Disney. I think I figured out you know. I've always been really interested in business. So when I started carbon Kismet I became obsessed with various Yunan and I started to read a lot of blogs and listen to a ton of podcast things in people just talked about the necessity of a niche and I kind of felt like I had my net. She was fan in general but then I realized as I was going further into what I was reading that what I wanted to create was always Disney. that's really where I have the most knowledge and what I'm most interested in learning more about so I felt like it was a good admit for me because it put me in an even smaller niche but it also gave me the opportunity to do what I really was passionate about. I love that because our listeners probably GonNa gag emphasizing their niche one more time but it is so true that it is makes makes things so much easier whenever you niche down so we've. We've talked a little bit about it. And of course you come from artists background and that's kind of the passion that drives everything everything but I'm I wanNA make it crystal clear for our listeners. So what are the different mediums or product lines that you apply that art to that people can check out short short so I'm. I'm a graphic artist. I do a lot of work. Actually on the IPAD IPAD the IPAD PRO has a really great applications occasion. A ton of graphic artists will use Siri doing sketching right on there so a lot of my work comes from there and then I will create art prints that you know you can hang in your house but also now moved into other products so notepads. I'm I have a ton of stationary a lot of custom work for invitations especially especially Disney brides and then also this past year just started working on t shirts because my boyfriend decided that he wanted to learn how to screen print and he said at this would be great so now we also have t-shirts tote bags so apparel and things like that as well yeah. It is so awesome. It's great to have such a wide variety of different ways. You can test out different pieces of art in figure out. What's the best medium of where to put

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"monmouth university" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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"monmouth university" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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Elizabeth Warren Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders And Monmouth University discussed on Mark Levin

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Elizabeth Warren Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders And Monmouth University discussed on Mark Levin

"A new poll shows it to virtual three way tie among Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren Joe Biden in the race for the democratic presidential nomination the Monmouth university survey what Sanders and more involved at twenty percent support with Biden at nineteen

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New poll shows Biden falling into 3-way tie with Warren and Sanders

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New poll shows Biden falling into 3-way tie with Warren and Sanders

"A new poll shows a virtual three way tie among Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren and former vice president Joe Biden in the race for the democratic presidential nomination a Monmouth university poll out today put Sanders and Warren both of twenty percent in the poll with Biden at nineteen percent former vice president plunge thirteen points from the Monmouth's last national poll in June as Sanders and Warren close the

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"monmouth university" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"monmouth university" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"In the latest Monmouth university poll suggests the twenty twenty presidential nomination process may be entering a volatile stage well yeah I mean if you've a freeway dead heat the poll results also suggest liberal voters are starting to take a closer look at a wider range of candidates moderates are focusing on those at highest name recognition another key finding that could contribute to growing volatility in the race is confusion over Medicare for all those a support for the policy is an important factor in choosing a democratic nominee voters actually prefer a public option over a single payer plan so according to my math Sanders is it twenty Elizabeth Warren is at twenty Joe Biden is at twenty that is a major change for both Sanders and Warren and a massive change for by that has Sanders up six worn out five biting down thirteen which is a brutal fall off the rest of the field is basically where it was before coming here stuck at eight percent don't know where Cory Booker stuck at four percent people to judge a second four percent my boy Andrew getting up at three percent I can regain his happy Abbas the nice guy will actually come on a dissenting show Biden apparently according to mine that has suffered an across the board declined in his support since June he's lost ground with white Democrats from thirty two percent to eighteen percent voters of color from thirty three percent to nineteen percent that is the base he needs and if that drops way he is tells voters that a college degree down thirty five percent to eighteen percent and college graduates from twenty percent to twenty percent most of Biden's loss support in these groups shifted almost equally toward Sanders and more in Patrick Murray is director of the Monmouth university polling institute the main takeaway is the democratic race has become volatile liberal voters are starting to cast about for a candidate they can identify with moderate voters are expressing doubts about buying because you seem as too old he seems pretty Gaffey Biden has lost support over the past two months from Democrats who call themselves moderate or conservative shift among those voters agreed to both genders and more which demonstrate they are particularly moderate or conservative right from Joe Biden to open socialist like Bernie Sanders and progressive hardliners like Elizabeth Warren what are the differences afterall between these various brands of voters my goodness Sanderson picked up a few points among liberal voters warrant has held up fairly steady the Monmouth poll also finds that by his loss whatever small edgy had in the early states is even a larger lead in later stages vanished to by June twenty percent or twenty percent Sanders sixteen percent harassed twelve percent are all in the top tier among voters in the early St Agnes looked six points warriors game five the media are in love with Elizabeth Warren dumping all over Joe Biden and we're seeing the results of that right now meeting the media coverage Elizabeth Warren is fawning truly funny there's an article today in The New York Times called the education of Elizabeth Warren by Stephanie sol and the entire piece is that how Liz with Lauren is a brilliant brilliant woman who changed all of our positions based on additional evidence about bankruptcy not for political reasons but because she is just so smart and so why is she even malleable interviews in the middle of these this is supposed to be again a piece that is objective journalism here is the piece right as miss Florence candidacy has gained traction critics have complained she's too rigid and radical in her liberal ideas dug into a polarizing degree against others with different views and can come across as dogmatic and intellectually strident at times some Democrats worry that such perceptions make her seem to left wing I don't look at miss Warren philosophical and political metamorphosis provide yet another perspective on her personality revealing a woman who search for answers and felt something she never expected and also her thinking accordingly as one of her friends but she's really someone who's willing to learn and willing to be persuaded I mean Edison journal has been right there so Mitt Romney switches positions the flip flop or Joe Biden can't find a position he's a flip flop Elizabeth Warren switches hers it positions and it's because she's involving must be nice to be the recipient of mainstream media love meanwhile Bernie Sanders getting clocked by The Washington Post editorial board which would like to see Sanders go down in favor of war in an entire piece today labeled Bernie Sanders is climate plan will take us no where well I agree but why that why exactly were you praising a sees plan a plan five minutes ago guys the editorial board of The Washington Post says it is characteristic style excited a class of left wing ideologues elicited I rolls from everyone else Mr Sanders has been more than two trillion dollars to build the wind solar and geothermal electricity production infrastructure through government run utilities it's been another two trillion dollars buying people letra cars we propose is totally electrifying car and truck transportation he wants to spend six hundred and seven billion dollars linking US cities with high speed rail Sanders and says his plan would be paid for through new taxes levied against oil companies cuts in military spending a new income tax revenues Sanders also promises to make his plan unnecessarily expensive I ruling out nuclear power as with every grandiose program Sanders proposes we're left wondering what the democratic socialist would actually do as president we do not know precisely what the most efficient path looks like it says the Washington post editorial board we are also certain and Mister Sanders does not the same media members who keep saying Elizabeth Warren has a plan and a plan to make any sense thank god lives Bernie Sanders cat this plan so make any sense yet we know was in your worship for Elizabeth Warren it's getting a little strong at this point guys Joe Biden meanwhile gapping all over the place in this is the biggest problem I Joe Biden was a crap candidate do thousand eight is a crappy candidate in nineteen eighty eight I can't get it multiple times and now he's running again turns out is not a very good candidate so just over the last twenty four hours is forgotten where he was and told people he is not going nuts which is always the mark of a strong candidate yesterday you forgot he was in Vermont I'm back I've been here number times last time was art thank god all the way back in two thousand fourteen but major before that I love this place I would look what's not to like about four month terms the beauty and one in the town I.

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"monmouth university" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"monmouth university" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"By Republicans Monmouth university pollster Patrick Murray says a democrat in Blue Wave is building in the northeast region that could be enough to flip control the house of representatives districts are significantly more competitive than they ever have been. And that's why it's so important for people to go out and vote your vote will matter Murray says some of the districts have strong incumbent or long GOP voting histories. So the results are not a done deal. There are reports across the US about long lines malfunctioning machines at polling places, they are especially prevalent in Georgia where some voters say they waited up to three hours to vote some machines altered voter selections. Some registration form said clerical errors. It's local politics at its worst. We have video of the mayor of Dover Morris county screaming at a political rival using some rather colorful language as they canvassed for votes. You can't see James Don in the video of this car carrying out. Carrying Carolyn Blackman and driver for Nando Berrios. Keep going Fernando keep going I said. And Dodd claims he saw Barrio stealing campaign literature from the mailboxes of residents. A sixty four year old Tom's river man who is on a month long trip to Europe is believed to have gone missing in Germany, Duran hell Bronner, president of a halal synagogue returned to Germany after celebrating a former employers twenty-fifth anniversary in Greece. He's been off the grid for two weeks. Now, something he would never do. According to a rabbi at the synagogue, the man suspected of mailing more than a dozen pipebombs, two prominent, Democrats and CNN has been ordered held without bail and New York. Prosecutors told the judge that say out presents a flight risk and is a serious danger to the public say off faces up to fifty years in prison if convicted if you crave the taste of thanksgiving..

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"monmouth university" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"monmouth university" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"His own tweets that are causing so much trouble if he would remove about a third of them still communicate directly with voters because people like to see that if we she ate it but he should be focused on economy and untaxing gold fake news none of that stuff distract us didn't help him in fact i'd argued hurts him because it allows the media to focus on things that are less important so speaking of factors new poll out from monmouth university do the media report fake news regularly or occasionally seventy seven percents so yes this is not the graphic we're looking for hold off down please seventy seven percents say sell those those who do it on purpose to push an agenda fortytwo percent by accident oh poor fact checking twenty six percent those are pretty startling numbers has donald trump won his campaign to make everyone's saying we are washing fake news in a word yes yes and the impact of that i think is significant because how do you hold a president accountable how do you hold a congress how do you hold the democrats accountable if nobody trusts anyone now the fact is we get our news to affirm rather than inform and that's one of the greatest threats to the health of this democracy so let's go on record i think the republicans are deep trouble in the house and the senate as well if the election were held today frankly i think republicans would lose both and if donald trump wants to keep a republican congress he has to differentiate when he's attacking congress general versus the republicans in congress differentiate when he's attacking the press i is when he feels he's not getting a fair shake lugs making the comments as i mentioned the fox news.

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"monmouth university" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"monmouth university" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The deal clear media cnn reported last month with just a couple of days ago three maybe a week ago that sinclair is mandating it's local affiliates one hundred and seventy three of them out there mandating it's local affiliates only anchors they're read aloud a promotional campaign that condemns other news outlets for pushing fake stories never mind that there is a poll recently released not a majority of americans this is monmouth university a majority of americans believe mainstream news outlets are reporting fake news a majority i think that will coincide with trump's approval numbers going up by the way so the driveby media is fit to be tied they are in meltdown over sin claire wanting to act like real journalist the memo that these anchors being forced to read at sinclair mentioned that they are fair and that they are honest and do great journalism not like mainstream media journalists engaging in fake news and so trump has defended sinclair he tweeted that it is funny to watch fake news networks criticize sinclair for being against bias sinclair's far superior to cnn and even more fake nbc which is a total joke so funny to watch fake news networks among the most dishonest groups of people i've ever dealt with criticized sinclair for being bias in claire is trying to say we're not biased we're going to give you the straight skinny on everything you can tune to us for straight up news is what's in clair's basically saying jimmy kimmel goes out there jimmy kimmel who doesn't know what to say when it comes to politics unless he talks to somebody in chuck schumer's office i jimmy kimmel says tv hosts parenting talking points are dangerous to our democracy tb hosts parenting talking points are dangerous to our democracy.

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Did the Saudis really intercept missiles from Yemen?

Bucket Strategy Investing

01:27 min | 3 years ago

Did the Saudis really intercept missiles from Yemen?

"The ntsb says a passengers harnessed may have been the cause of that helicopter crashed in new york last week the pilot thanks to harness caught a fuel shutoff valve causing the craft to slam into the water killing the four passengers on board saudi arabia announces that intercepted seven ballistic missiles fired at its capital and other major cities we get details from wendy kings were fired late on sunday day before the third anniversary of saudi arabia's involvement in the war against reunion supported hootie rebels in yemen the hootie aligned saba news agency reported that many of their airport were also targeted one person and addiction national was killed by fragments of the missile fired in the riyadh attack the esscalation in the conflict which clearly targeted civilian populations in saudi arabia could reinforce riyadh's demands to curtail the influence of a in the region for usa radio news i'm wendy king new poll shows americans believe that washington's being controlled by a deep states the majority of respondents believe there are government officials who were never elected or appointed we have too much influence when determining federal policy patrick murray director of the monmouth university polling institute tells us this is true from the respondents of both major political parties we find that i'm giardi of people actually believe it this in government to twenty seven percents say it definitely exists another forty seven percent say that probably exists in government i'm john clement.

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Saudi Arabia: 7 missiles fired from Yemen

Business Beware

01:26 min | 3 years ago

Saudi Arabia: 7 missiles fired from Yemen

"The ntsb says passengers harness may have been the cause of that helicopter crash in new york last week the pilot thanks to harness caught a fuel shutoff valve causing the craft to slam into the water killing the four passengers on board saudi arabia announces that intercepted seven ballistic missiles fired at its capital and other major shady's we get details from wendy kings were fired late on sunday a debut for the third anniversary history of saudi arabia's involvement in the war against a rainy and supported hootie rebels in yemen the hootie align saba news agency reported that many of their airports were also targeted one person addiction national was killed by fragments of the missile fired in the riyadh attack the esscalation in the conflict which clearly targeted civilian populations in saudi arabia could reinforce riyadh's demands to kerr tail the influence of iran in the region for usa radio news i'm wendy king new poll shows americans believe that washington's being controlled by a deep states the majority of respondents believe there are government officials who were never elected or appointed we have too much influence when determining federal policy patrick murray director of the monmouth university polling institute tells us this is true from the respondents of both major political parties we find that a majority of people actually believe it this in government to twenty seven percents it definitely exists in another forty seven percent say that probably exists in government.

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"monmouth university" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"monmouth university" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"Louist monmouth university poll six in ten americans believe that unelected or appointed government officials have too much influence in determining federal policy twenty six percent say the right balance of power exists between elected and unelected officials while this view of the deep state looks to be growing more prevalent only thirteen percent of americans are very familiar with the term twenty four percent or somewhat familiar and sixty three percent said they are not familiar however when monmouth described the term as quote a group of unelected government and military officials who secretly manipulate or direct national policy nearly three and four american said they believed that the deep state exists one in five said it does not and i think the facebook story in cambridge analytics that were covering we'll be doing a lot more on that later but carolee this is this is real and this president may be onto something whether it's right or wrong this is i can't i don't think you can look at that any other way than that it's a direct result of what we've seen the president tried to do which is so doubt about people in the administration of broad f whether it's the fbi or in other agencies and we've seen since he came into office him do this every single day whether it's on twitter whether it's he says publicly whether it's you know from the white house podium in the way that press secretary defends him and clearly this is is having an impact and this is the battle that he has been fighting while his lawyers may wanna fight a different one and richard his sowing doubt in members of the fbi of cia or anybody else in power and perhaps even saying things that are true about them like they are democrats when in fact they are republicans this is the beginning of something potentially very dangerous for sure further weakens the prestige and standing of the united states we used to.

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"monmouth university" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"monmouth university" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"The country is objecting the keeping more of their own money well you would think the democrats would have an alternative because every time the democrats proposal bill sweeping or tiny what is our main beef the republicans accept the premise and come up with their own version only they say there's a smarter an example would be obamacare the democrats propose a massive government takeover healthcare and the republicans for the most part accept the premise but object to their techniques and instead proposed their own idea just to get in on the action but after restoring nearly half of americans oppose the republicans tax bill ahead of final votes according to a poll this poll is from the monmouth university released yesterday says only twenty six percent of respondents said they approve of it nineteen percent had no opinion eight percent wanted a wait to draw conclusions will they saw the final bill what are crock nobody's going to read it but the bottom line is 47 percent of those surveyed said they disapproved okay so the next story i have in the stack here tax bill nope wrong story i just incredible here to pelosi bales on tax cut protest after only a handful of activists show up now wait a minute if we got a monmouth university pulled its this forty seven percent of americans opposed this why can't the democrats find any protesters a handful of people are really st him that republican lawmakers are planning a lower taxes and they gathered in tiny conference rooms on capitol hill where nancy pelosi was slated to speak yesterday but the demonstration was so weak pelosi didn't even show up a reporter for pms nbc said these protests have never been like what we saw with a healthcare law meaning we don't have who nearly the opposition to tax cuts that we have with obamacare and yet i've been reading about the similarities between obamacare and the tax cut bill in terms not not legislative course in terms of there being a negative for the people that do it don't misunderstand a comparison is not that the tax cut bill has the same stuff in at that obamacare is obamacare ended up being a drag on.

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"monmouth university" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"monmouth university" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"University in usa today came out with a finding for chris christie an approval rating of just below fourteen percent in a moment patrick murray will be joining us he's the pulling director four monmouth university but first some of the latest ads now on the air in the garden state a bridge shutdown over politics their biggest triumph was a traffic jam was madonna's failure shortchanged on future after eight years incomes are down in our economies crawling we are better than this on phil murphy together we'll build the strong her sarah economy the works for every new jersey family for esteemed what donald left new jersey stock on serious about moving new jersey forward you missed jose of sean four new jersey's shan renew lie's wiggins the about deporting criminal illegal silver like bias is going be of their back make no mistake murphy will have the backs of deranged murderers like karan's providing sanctuary in new jersey will be a sanctuary not just city but state murphy doesn't have our backs he is the irs two dangerous jersey those are just some of the as in at the new jersey governor's race voters going to the polls next tuesday in joining us on the phone is patrick murray he is the director of the monmouth university polling institute he's joining us from west long branch new jersey as we listen to those ads really get these the sense of how this race is unfolding but you're poll ling showing that phil murphy the democrat holding on to a rather significant lead yeah yeah and and part of the reason war while the campaign of cut does add uh they uh particularly with ghana campaign has not had the money to actually blanket of the the airwave with them so the the radio.

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"monmouth university" Discussed on WKXW New Jersey 101.5

WKXW New Jersey 101.5

02:23 min | 4 years ago

"monmouth university" Discussed on WKXW New Jersey 101.5

"And you know i can be or the election not if if they her than running but you getting people british ticket and while not go on okay what the election so i think i'm really not on be riding if because it doesn't seem like an there's a call and anything and i i think that change you come the current i know i had him on the university and just from yesterday and that you change him he didn't body about ryan and it for the my time birth of like people are calling off women that hang like we wouldn't you of american now and you're reaching nearly a million people was what you're saying i wanna make sure yeah accurately and honestly the picked whatever it is you've seen are experienced and monmouth university what happened to watch who watched yeah it's it's no no no no no no no no no word no second accurately describe what you're trying to tell me about you've seen what have you see you saw i student mom it in a he'd yeah having it pulled off and somebody yelling trump america you saw that on the mom of college campus mom if university candidate yes you reported it's many years already i think it wasn't and he'll come on the third ended broke a it is and i am going to reported to moms universe going to call right now i man stiff any instances were opinion give us the location now shooter reporting going on with the sport were were yeah well right somebody maybe somebody with more courage reported where did you know the location alley it and you save happens to a few people yeah yeah wow that click here it was not us that was though clicked you heard was alley going oh i told and we are licensed by the federal communications commissioned to broadcast at the frequency of one zero one point five to maintain and retain that license we have to make sure what we broadcast on our air is accurate right or we can say we can substantiate what you're saying so by asking her this question he of course but corrections.

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