17 Burst results for "Ms Wagner"

"ms wagner" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"ms wagner" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Appeal to young voters who should go there's a lot we can do what I love the United States Senate I became a professor at the university of Pennsylvania end of quote but was given an honorary professor position once a week after you have any hardly ever showed up so he was given these people the ID was run around campus professor by but I think other than adversely a reporter from the Atlantic has I'm sorry for I think it's another different publication order for outside the line of control the the and she's from Showtime's the circus however where if you want to I don't know she's released an op ed it's called stay alive Joe Biden in Enid ms Wagner who also is a correspondent for CBS yeah insisted that Joe Biden needs to stay alive because he is exists quote primarily as an idea or a vessel keep that idea convincing enough for the corporal man to actually win so he's a place holder is something we have long thought that they just want him and who will be his vice president will be crucial and but even behind the scenes there's going to be somebody else making decisions pulling the strings he is strictly there to be a vessel and this is from a long break learn publication the Atlantic watch him to hang in there yes stay alive be well hang in there don't quit are you going to get the nomination because you are going to be we're going to channel all of our progressive stuff for you by the way there are other voices inside the Democratic Party some of them inside the DNC all we're saying now might be a time of forty draft a Cuomo moons and we're not talking about freedom we're talking about the governor of the state of New York Mellon hi Andrew Cuomo is also really just about a daily press briefing because after all it's justifiable there's a lot going on in New York when it comes to go over nineteen right now and he's comported himself very well he was a hell of a bit of the force or diplomacy or for example but you know he's takes the requisite number of cheap shots but that's politics and he's clearly much more on the ball than Joe Biden but no that's not the way the system works of buying shows up at the convention with the right number of delegates is going to be joined by meanwhile the of loss I just merit Garcetti is threatening nonessential businesses if they do not obey the city's stay at home water during the pandemic he will cut off their water and their electricity to those businesses welcome to fascism twenty twenty yeah if you're wondering what a all powerful government looks like I simply look at what happens when the political left to get the kind of power they want in order to force the citizenry to do what they want Garcia is a perfect example of this fight into coming out but while he's got toilet paper on their mind and we will tell you where you can find it and what some people are doing to traffic in the new currency of twenty four seven attention investors we.

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"ms wagner" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"ms wagner" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Outlook question of length the length of time and whether or not this is a temporary disruption yes thank you the gentleman from New York ms Velasquez is recognized for five minutes thank you chairwoman New York Democrat media Alaska's beginning federal reserve chairman drum the house financial services committee what I'm listening to Bloomberg radio changes to the sea at a do you find most troubling so again I what I what I'd like to do if I may is is is not so much comment directly on the other proposal to talk about how we are looking at this and again we we think of and I will mention the areas in which twenty in which we have differences okay here that I hear you and I respect that but I just would like to ask you if the fed is unable to reach an agreement with the OCC on the FDIC on a joint rule do you expect the fed to issue its own proposal we we haven't made a decision on that yet right now our focus is on our focus has been on trying to get on the same page we haven't been able to do that our focus is going to be on learning from the process I think will learn a lot are you meeting regularly with the overseas OCC an FDIC on this issue so we did for a long time or not currently meeting with them on this so would you agree with governor Brainerd Coleman that is more important to get the rules right down to do it quickly yes I mean I think that's been our approach and will continue to be thank you chairman follow us you know read percent of the border and I have been concerned by banks growing reliance on cloud based service providers for data data storage needs does the fed have all the axis of already it needs or are there any contractual or legal limitations restricting the fed's ability to obtain the data hill by third parties that it needs to properly understand and manage these growing reliance I I think we do have the legal authority that we need we are able to look into third party service providers and we're doing that more and more because of the as you mentioned the prominence and size of these these growing importance of these cloud service providers thank you are you back the gentlewoman from Missouri ms Wagner is.

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"ms wagner" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

06:00 min | 2 years ago

"ms wagner" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"S. M. C. A. across the finish line this time I ask unanimous consent is B. document be submitted for the record ways and means committee ranking Republican member Kevin Brady sent a letter to be submitted thank you as free from probably a one minute to the gentleman from Kentucky Mister comer madam speaker ever since president trump struck a new pro American trade agreement with Canada and Mexico over a year ago he has worked tirelessly with members of both parties to get to the point of passing the US MCA through Congress make no mistake about it the president's leadership on this issue has put us on the brink of this tremendous accomplishment today we will pass a new trade deal that will create jobs grow our economy and help our farmers having strongly advocated for the passage of this deal I'm proud to express my strong support for US MCA and all the opportunities it will provide Kentucky will strongly benefit from US MCA estimate show that our state alone will see over two hundred sixty million more in agriculture exports to Canada and Mexico you trade markets more stability for our farmers and manufacturers and more accountability from our trading partners will help our people and grow our entire economy as a farmer in Kentucky's former commissioner of agriculture I know first hand the need for our country to establish new markets for our farmers I'm proud to be a strong voice for the agriculture community and represent their interests in Washington this is a great day for our farmers for Kentucky and all of America thank you and I yield back the gentleman from Texas reserves the gentleman from Massachusetts is recognized man figure this really happy moment for me to acknowledge the work that Jim Gomez did on behalf of labor rights he stood up in the working group on behalf of working people and I think that he considerably shifted this argument in their direction the jellies and means committee chairman Richard Neal California Jim Gomez one and a half minutes the gentleman from California is recognized not a speaker before again I ask unanimous consent to enter my written statement and a letter into the record without objection letter shall be submitted madam speaker the ritual nafta was a failure for working families and that nafta two point oh deal that president trump sign in to in twenty eighteen was not much better house deck Democrats recognize that and we rejected it and we worked until we got another forcible deal and as a result the final revise your some say is much better than nafta one point no and it even even better than nafta two point now and I would say you can even call it nafta light anymore and despite our work even with the improvements that have that we have made I know that this will bring back all the jobs that we've lost here in the United States but over time I hope the new labor standards and then enhanced enforcement mechanisms we negotiated we'll help raise wages in Mexico reducing US corporation incentive to outsource jobs no trade agreement or legislation is perfect and I do not endorse every single provision of US MCA but I know that it's always easier to talk about a problem the to fix a problem and and when we would proceed on this issue future trade agreements must recognize that trade and globalization have push wages down and weaken the negotiation power of workers this is where our focus must be one provision I'm proud of is in labor and that is specifically a new rapid response mechanism to enforce labor standards this has never been ran into into American trade agreement and by sure ensuring Mexican workers rights are protected we prevent a race to the bottom for the first time ever we have an enforceable labor standard in a trade agreement so I like to thank everybody who worked on this and make sure that we're moving in the right direction with that I yield back the gentleman from Massachusetts reserves the gentleman from Texas is recognized yes ma'am three compound yield one minute to the gentlelady from the show me state ms Wagner the general idea is recognized I thank my friends in taxes now I'm speaker I rise today to urge my colleagues to vote yes on U. S. and see a trade agreement for months partisan politics in the Democrats impeachment charade have prevented us from finalizing this agreement but it is clear to members on both sides of the aisle that the president has to go she dated a deal that will strengthen our economy and benefit all Missourians in Americans one of every three rot rows of crop is grown exports in the great state of Missouri and this deal expands market access in Canada and Mexico for our farmers the first time that a US trade agreement is specifically addressing biotech and the St Louis region is the Silicon Valley for ag tech US sensei also includes the Wagner language on human trafficking I work for them that's our light Heiser to guarantee that the US MCA holds my fight online sex trafficking act frosted to help stop on my sex trafficking here at home and now throughout North America I yes on the US MCA is a yes for victims I yes for jobs I yes for farmers and a yes for the prosperity of all Americans I think you and I yield back the German from Texas reserves the gentleman from Massachusetts is recognized madam speaker there was no more important advocate of environmental issues it is number the trade working group and was Suzanne Bonham BG from Oregon and I'm proud to yield to her one and a half minutes the gentleman from Oregon is recognized thank you madam speaker I rise in support of the updated United States Mexico Canada trade agreement in the years that followed nafta's enactment in nineteen ninety four American jobs were outsourced to Mexico in the wages and working conditions were not improve for Mexican workers this agreement while not perfect is an important opportunity to fix the damage from nafta and to create a new baseline for future trade agreements the renegotiated U. S. M. C. A. strengthens labor rules so what will be easier to prove violations it includes a robust.

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"ms wagner" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

08:51 min | 2 years ago

"ms wagner" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"And in the fall of two thousand and one it was a day to day manager of the patriot act in Congress according to John you author of the torture memos ms news that helps sell Congress on mass surveillance once already and now she's advising you how to do it again so yes or no is the patriot act reflective of your views on privacy and free speech congresswoman ten seconds left it's an easy straightforward questions the patriot act reflective of your views on privacy and free speech congressman there's a lot in there no I do not agree with all of it which is like a bird that is not what you're hiring choices indicate in my Angelou told us a long time ago when people were built to who they are believe them I yield congresswoman I Anna Presley house financial services committee the gentleman from Indiana is the Hollings worth is recognized for five minutes good afternoon Mr Zuckerberg I appreciate you being here and I appreciate your thoughtful answers to many of the questions that have been posted on the effort that you've undertaken I actually do think you are really sympathetic to a lot of the places around the world including access to financial system and some of the transaction costs associated with remitting money to individuals who may be far flung around the world and actually really do think that you care a lot about that and I think you were seal and passion for mobilizing harnessing technology to deliver better outcomes for a vast number of people is truly inspirational and I appreciate the effort that you and many other people at Facebook and other technologies undertake every single day to empower people to live better lives and so I wanted to ask in in concert with that I assume you and the others with you on in with Facebook and the lever association have make conscientious choices about how you are the architecture the technology to reflect what you're trying to do in lower those transaction costs and help intermediation across financial services I wonder if you might talk about the technology a little bit and talk about the choices that you've made and how that reflects your genuine desire for this to be a tool of empowerment a tool of connection not an investment or security or something like that I wonder if you might talk about the four seconds thank you congressman you're right that I think that there's an opportunity to build a new financial infrastructure maybe not completely from the ground up and fed rebuild along the craft that has been been been take out a lot of cross that's been that's been built up over the years having something it's not that that's bad necessarily what existed today but it existed before Rosen environment far different than what we have today yeah that's right I I agree with that and I mean and this is the with all systems work I mean you agree build something up and then your requirements get placed on overtime you build more things in technology advances this enables us to jump over that right absolutely right so I I I just think that we're in a different state of technology today where we some of the advancements and and and block chain and some of the things that can be done decentralized and and in some cases the the combination of decentralized and centralize systems which were able to to try to help facilitate here with with Khalil bird as part of the process the mission I I I I I think just allow a lot of the costs and inefficiency to be taken out of the system I just think if you look at it today you have your mobile phone you have what's up right you can text someone around the world is intending cryptid it gets there in less than a second a lot less than a second rate it's easy to use I just don't see why you should be able to send money in the same way did you go to get there quickly it should take days to get there like the current remittances do right it should be free or extremely affordable and it may not be it'll be completely free because we'll have to comply with a lot of these regulations that require people and work on but I just like the cost of text messages used to be very high before there was competition in that space I think that the cost of money transfer should come down dramatically to and enabling not kind of competition and and come a new way of thinking about the spaces is fundamentally what we're trying to go for and I think that's right and at least what I've read about some of the choices that have been made in the architecture behind a technology reflects that as I write as you articulated head to a basket of currencies to be stable not to be volatile right it is not truly a decentralized technology it requires a central purpose right and I think that you kind of build that architecture so that you can empower these individuals I think which is really easy to talk about me perhaps some of the demons that have been on read on leased by technology and it's really easy to forget the amazing advancements that we've been able to make as people as humans because of this technology I want this to reach more people around the world you already have a tremendous network with I don't know two and a half billion people connected to that network right the question is what else can we connect to that network to make it not only more valuable for Facebook not only more valuable for the situation but more valuable for each of those people right into his press this point you to those people that have felt for a long time disempowered feel like they operate a separate global economy than perhaps the developed world they operate a separate financial services system and the developed world I believe in what you were trying to do and I also believe you at your word and saying that the goal is to comply the goal is to get to the right outcome the goal is to make a difference in people's lives Facebook has already done that and that it reflects some of society's ills is not necessarily Facebook's fault and I think that we should reflect really carefully on ensuring we have the right crucible for developing this technology over time and I appreciate the effort that you've undertaken with regard to that already so thank you for being here thank you the gentleman from Utah Mister mac Adams is recognized for five minutes thank you madam chair and Mr soccer Berg in addition to my job as a member of Congress I hold the title like you dad I have four children ages eight eleven and fourteen year old twins and keeping them safe it's not just for them but for the thousands of kids that live in my district is what I want to talk to you about today because the role online social networks play in the lives of our teenagers certainly causes me much stress and keeps me up at night questions such as who are my kids talking to online are they being groomed or exposed to elicit content what does the exposure to to what they see online mean for their physical and mental health development and their well being and I'm sure these are questions and concerns that that most parents have so I want to discuss the role that Facebook and other online social networks can play in keeping our kids safe and I echo the points made earlier by my Republican colleagues ms Wagner so a few weeks ago The New York Times published a deeply troubling article on child sexual exploitation the times reported that technology companies including Facebook reported a record forty five million online photos and videos of child sexual abuse content last year and Facebook specifically was responsible for the mac vast majority of reports of online sexual abuse materials and thank you for your efforts to to crack down on that Facebook messenger alone was responsible for sixty five percent of the reports with roughly twelve million out of eighteen point four million worldwide reports I know you're aware of that report the report also noted that only halfway through the year a specialized on Forsman team has conducted a hundred and fifty raids across my state of Utah in response the internet crimes against children and that they expect to rest twice as many people this year compared to last year for crimes related to child sex and sexual abuse material so this is clearly a problem in Utah a problem across our nation and it isn't getting better is getting worse so Mr sack of our guests for now do you believe that online social media platforms such as Facebook have a role to play even an obligation to ensure that their platforms are safe for out are vulnerable populations especially our children congressman absolutely and we do a lot of work on this as you pointed out you know I think the reason why the vast majority yeah I saw your comments are due to miss it was ms Wagner thank you find the stuff and and that that's good to hear so let's stick into the challenges on that and and steps that Facebook is taking to ensure that our children remain protected this is a correct according to reports what app has more average monthly users and Facebook messenger one point six.

"ms wagner" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

15:40 min | 3 years ago

"ms wagner" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Ground post. Deep in the bowels of a hidden bunker, somewhere under the brick and steel of a nondescript building, we've once again made contact with our leader. Hello, everybody. Mark Levin here. Our number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one. You know. And I don't like doing this, that I have to do it when it read something to you. That was at national review online. By Marco Rubio. Now years ago. Pelote doesn't seem that long ago when Marco Rubio was at five percent in the Republican primer having been, I believe speaker the. The house in the state legislature in Florida. We brought them on the program, and I endorse them. I wasn't the only one but I got others to endorse him too. And he skyrocketed from there, quite frankly. And he was brandishing his conservative credentials, which there were many. Now, we don't talk not because of me because of him. Also had him on Levin TV several years ago. Look, I call him as I see him. It's not personal with me. It's not personal with me. But I wanna read something to you. That troubles me and I don't care. How many Republicans conservatives endorse this? You know, and I wrote my book plunder and deceit, a very, very hard look at the, the financial and economic condition of this country. Thanks to our central government disaster, waiting to blow up in our faces or more accurately, the faces of our children and grandchildren. So here's what he writes at national review online. The most important role that God has gifted me in life. Is that of being a father, nothing can prepare you for the sheer rush of love, and joy? The comes with the privilege of being apparent. There's no question about that. There's also nothing that prepares new parents for the sudden and extreme change in schedules. And finances. They comes was starting family stopping, right there. There's also nothing that prepares new parents for the sudden and extreme change in schedules. And finances. They comes with starting family. Okay, got that. And for far too many new parents across our nation. The sad reality is they are forced to take on new debt or fall onto welfare programs. Just to pay for their basic living costs after having a child. So for far too many parents, having a child forces, you into welfare. Did you know that Mr. bizzare? Now, of course you take on new debt. I did did you, Mr. producer? But you knew that. How about you, Mr. call screener? You take on new debt. Right. You take care of your kids, right? That your number one priority. Correct. So other things have to give up some things you just can't do. Because you would fall on the sword for your child win. You. He take a bullet for your child. Wouldn't you? So you can turn your spending you can change your vacation habits. Maybe even change your career, whatever takes. You made the decision to bring another human being into this world. And now it's your responsibility to take care that human being. I don't believe this is stressed enough. All of a sudden. The government needs to get involved, the government needs to subsidize you. But let's see how that's reworked and reframed. New mothers feel pressure to return to work too soon after giving birth. And new fathers are often unable to take time off to spend those critical first few weeks with their child. Tell me is this the first generation of children. Of course not. It's a stupid question for a reason. I think about we just celebrated the anniversary of our heroes at d day. We celebrated their greatness. I wonder if I read this paragraph to them, what would they be thinking Mr. producer? I, I am just shocked. At how week some of us have become an how weak, these politicians think we've become? Having a child is a blessing. It's not going off to war. It's not having an expensive disease. Your life does change dramatically in a very positive way, there, the focus of all that you do. And so maybe you'll change your career goals. It may be a change your budget. And maybe you'll go into some debt maybe those things happen. It makes us better and stronger. And accountable and responsible. Some thinking now what does Mr. Rubio have up his sleeve here? You cannot have a strong country he writes without strong communities. Well, we all know, Hillary said it takes a village, and it's impossible to have strong communities without strong families. Okay. Our current economic policies have left young working families behind. Even as our marriage and childbirth rates are falling. How are economic policies left young working families behind? To address the problems facing families in the twenty first century, I don't know what that means. What about families in the twentieth century? And the nineteenth century, the eighteenth century folks, I'm not trying to be a cavalier about this. But this generation has better than any generation in the history of mankind. That doesn't mean things don't become difficult or aren't difficult, or we don't have challenges and obstacles in the road, that's life. And sometimes, it's even seems unbearable with deaths in the family and so forth. But you need to overcome these things as your parents, your grandparents everybody before them. They government doesn't have any money, the government's in debt in hock up to your oddballs. And so you're going to create a new middle class entitlement. When they won't even reform the other entitlements. They claim to want to help children. It's the children who are going to be burdened with these debts. Let's go on. That is why I along with. Senator Mitt Romney. Oh and representatives and Wagner, and Dan Crenshaw. Introduced the new parents act. The new parents act. Which would provide a voluntary option for paid family. Leave. The Bill would ensure an economic safety net that new parents could take advantage of by allowing them to pull forward from their future social security benefits. No, no, Texas, no new mandates, no new regulation completely optional. I have some questions. Let me just stop there. You're gonna pull forward your future social security benefits. Is Mr. Rubio, MS Wagner, Mr. Crenshaw, Mr. Omni familiar with social security? Familiar what the trustees keep saying about social security that it's going broke? What an eight years, I think it is. Something that affect we've talked about this. You're gonna pull forward your social security benefits, which means you're gonna put even further pressure on a system that doesn't have any money left. This is part of the problem with so-called entitlements. You put money into it, and the politicians change. It. They change it not for the better not to make it more fiscally sound. But so more. People can benefit. From the same pool of funds. Here. We had a limited program aimed at a limited number of people for limited amount of time. If you will. A pension. So they could get through. You know, they're senior citizens status. Now with the federal government has ripped it off. It's taking the money out of the system. It's been replaced with. I o use the program's been expanded on clued God knows what. And now we have an idea coming from Republicans. The new parents hack provide a voluntary option. For paid family, leave. The Bill would insurance economic safety net that new parents could take advantage of, by allowing them to pull forward from their future social security benefits. There are no future social security benefits for young parents. That's the problem. That's the problem. But he goes on. But real, but what really sets my Bill apart? Is that it gives new parents, much-needed flexibility, and how they choose to use there paid leave? So in other words, all of a sudden, it's found money. Let's say these young parents, Mr. Rubio are eighteen years old, how much money if they put into social security. We'll get the pull Ford. Whatever money they've put in well, that's next to nothing. Let's take another example. Let's say the parents are twenty seven years old, how much money can they very little they've put in next to nothing. So what are you gonna do estimate? What they would put in and so they can pull money out of social security before the money's actually there, even though there's no money there to begin with what, what kind of program is this. We're gonna make family strong or no. You're not gonna bankrupt the country faster and our kids and grandkids are going to face the consequences. Moreover. Having children. That's not supposed to be a burden. You have some responsibility as a. As father in a white and a mother. It's not it's not the burden of other tax payers of other people are paying payroll deductions. It's a burden that you need to manage and your priority. I mean it's not like we don't have enough program with food stamps. We have health care for children. We've got just goes on and on and on. He says it would be available to working and stay at home moms and dads alike as lowering them to create a paid leave plan that works best for them. Most important at a time when just over one in ten workers receives paid family leave from their employers. My Bill gives millions of new parents. They Billy to take paid leave that otherwise would never have. So let's found money all of a sudden, he even says. Millions of new parents, what have access to this money. Where's this money? Unless you join in with the BS accounting system in Washington. DC. He says, nothing is more critical for future, health and long-term prosperity of our nation than investing in families now he sounds like a leftist. You're not investing in families who wants the government to invest in families. Because when the government invests in families the government controls families. Families are the pillars of our communities and our nation often fathers left out of the conversation. When we talk about the modern American family, really, which fathers. I'm a father. I'm not left out of the equation. I'm not left out of the conversation. I'm an active hands on father always have been. Traditionally mothers are viewed as the primary caregiver for some families. It's still that way today. Recently fathers have begun to be included in discussions about paid family, leave. What Mr. producer what world is he living? Mr. Callscreener world is he living in? As a father of four, I know, the importance of having flexibility in those first few months. I would take on the late night feedings when our children were, you know what? This is actually becoming ridiculous. Yes. Senator. And I would drive around my son who was college. For an hour at a time. To get him the fall asleep. So my wife could sleep. And I don't know. I did all this without paid family, leave. I would help make their lunches the night before when they went to school. I would help take them to the doctor. I would do all those things and it never even occurred to me. That I needed anybody to pay me or subsidize me. This is just another attack on the psyche of the nation. Personal responsibility. And I'm sure Marco Rubio will point to one tenth of one percent, statistical examples and how hard it is for people to make ends meet. In the greatest country in the face of the earth. I've had enough of the crying on the shoulder or creating the shoulder to cry on enough with a million ideas on how to destroy our economy. And our national attitude. And then pretend that your families. Wanna protect families secure the border. You want to protect families. Cut the bloated federal budget. Do you wanna protect families? Competition in our schools. There's a lot of way to protect families that doesn't involve and other government.

Marco Rubio producer national review Mark Levin federal government Levin TV Senator Mitt Romney Pelote Florida Mr. bizzare Hillary Texas Senator Billy MS Wagner Mr. Callscreener DC
"ms wagner" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

13:02 min | 3 years ago

"ms wagner" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"The state legislature in Florida. We brought them on the program, and I endorse them. I wasn't the only one but I got others to endorse them, too. And he skyrocketed from there, quite frankly. And he was brandishing his conservative credentials, which there were many. Now, we don't talk not because of me because of him. I also had him on Levin TV several years ago. Look, I call him as I see him. It's not personal with me. It's not personal of me. But I wanna read something to you. That troubles me and I don't care. How many Republicans conservatives Norse this? You know, and I wrote my book plunder and deceit. I took a very, very hard look at the, the financial and economic condition of this country. Thanks to our central government. It's a disaster waiting to blow up in our faces or more accurately, the faces of our children and grandchildren. So here's what he writes at national review online. The most important role that God has gifted me in life is that of being a father, nothing can prepare you for the sheer rush of love, and joy that comes with the privilege of being apparent there's no question about that. There's also nothing that prepares new parents for the sudden and extreme change in schedules. And finances. They comes with starting a family stopping right there. There's also nothing that prepares new parents for the sudden and extreme change in schedules. And finances. They comes with starting a family. Okay, got that. And for far too many new parents across our nation. The sad reality is they are forced to take on new debt. Or fall onto welfare programs just to pay for their basic living costs after having a child. So for far too many parents, having child forces, you into welfare. Did you know that Mr. producer? Now, of course you take on new debt. I did did you, Mr. producer? But you knew that. How about you, Mr. call screener? You take on new debt. Right. You take care of your kids. Right. That your number one priority. Correct. So other things you have to give up some things you just can't do. Because you would fall on a sword for your child. Wouldn't you? You take a bullet for your child. Wouldn't you? So you can trim. You're spending it. Can change your vacation habits. Maybe even change your career, whatever tastes. You made the decision to bring another human being into this world. And now it's your responsibility to take care that human being. I don't believe this is stressed enough. All of a sudden. The government needs to get involved, the government needs to subsidize you. But let's see how that's reworked and reframed. New mothers feel pressure to return to work too soon after giving birth. And new fathers are often unable to take time off to spend those critical first few weeks with their child. Tell me is this the first generation of children. Of course not. It's a stupid question for a reason. Yeah, I think about we just celebrated the anniversary of our heroes at d day. We celebrated their greatness. I wonder if I read this paragraph to them, what would they be thinking Mr. producer? I just I am just shocked. At how week some of us have become an how weak, these politicians think we've become? Having a child is a blessing. It's not going off to war. It's not having an expensive disease. Your life does change dramatically in a very positive way, there, the focus of all that you do. And so maybe you'll change your career goals. And maybe a change your budget, and maybe you'll go into some debt, maybe those things happen. It makes us all better and stronger. And accountable and responsible. Some thinking now what does Mr. Rubio have up his sleeve here? You cannot have a strong country he writes without strong communities. Well, we all know, Hillary said it takes a village, and it's impossible to have strong communities without strong families. Okay. Our current economic policies have left young working families behind. Even as her marriage and childbirth rates are falling. How are economic policies left young working families behind? To address the problems facing families in the twenty first century, I don't know what that means. What about families in the twentieth century? And the nineteenth century, the eighteenth century, look folks, I I'm not trying to be a cavalier about this. But this generation has a better than any generation in the history of mankind. That doesn't mean things don't become difficult or aren't difficult, or we don't have challenges and obstacles in the road, that's life. And sometimes, it's even seems unbearable with deaths in the family and so forth. But you need to overcome these things as your parents, did your grandparents, and everybody before them. The government doesn't have any money, the government's in debt in hock up to your oddballs. And so you're going to create a new so-called middle-class entitlement. When they won't even reform the other entitlements. They claim to want to help children. It's the children who are going to be burdened with these debts. Let's go on. That is why I along with. Senator Mitt Romney. Oh and representatives and Wagner, and Dan Crenshaw. Introduce the new parents act. The new parents act. Which would provide a voluntary option for paid family. Leave. The Bill would ensure an economic safety net that new parents could take advantage of by allowing them to pull forward from their future social security benefits. No new taxes. No, new mandates, no new regulation completely optional. I have some questions. Let me just stop there. You're gonna pull forward your future social security benefits. Is Mr. Rubio, MS Wagner, Mr. Crenshaw, Mr. Romney familiar with social security? Are they familiar with what the trustees keep saying about social security that it's going broke? What an eight years, I think it is. Something that affect we've talked about this. You're gonna pull forward your social security benefits, which means you're gonna put even further pressure on a system that doesn't have any money left. This is part of the problem with so-called entitlements. You put money into it, and the politicians changing. They change it not for the better not to make it more fiscally sound. But so more. People can benefit. From the same pool of funds. Here. We had a limited program aimed at a limited number of people for a limited amount of time. If you will. A pension. So they could get through. You know, they're senior citizens. Now with the federal government has ripped it off. It's taking the money out of the system. It's been replaced with. I o us the program's been expanded to include God knows what. And now we have an idea coming from Republicans. The new parents act provide a voluntary option. For paid family, leave. The Bill would ensure economic safety net that new parents could take advantage of by allowing them to pull forward from their future social security benefits. There are no future social security benefits for young parents. That's the problem. That's the problem. But he goes on. But real. But what really sets my Bill part is that it gives new parents, much-needed flexibility, and how they choose to use there paid leave. So in other words, all of a sudden, it's found money. Let's say these young parents, Mr. Rubio are eighteen years old, how much money if they put into social security. Well, they'll get the pull Ford. Whatever money they've put in well, that's next to nothing. Let's take another example. Let's say the parents are twenty seven years old, how much money can they pull for very little they've put in next to nothing. So what are you going do estimate? What they would put in and so they can pull money out of social security before the money's actually there, even though there's no money there to begin with what, what kind of program is this. We're gonna make family strong or no. You're not going to bankrupt the country faster and our kids and grandkids are going to face the consequences. Moreover. Having children. That's not supposed to be a burden. You have some responsibility as a. As a father and a white and a mother. It's not it's not the burden of other tax payers of other people are paying payroll deductions. It's a burden that you need to manage and their your priority. I mean it's not like we don't have enough program with food stamps. We have health care for children. We've got it just goes on and on and on. He says it will be available to working and stay at home moms and dads alike, allowing them to create a paid leave plan that works best for them. Most important at a time when just over one in ten workers receives paid family leave from their employers. My Bill gives millions of new parents. They building to take paid leave that otherwise would never have. So let's found money all of a sudden, he even says. Millions of new parents, what have access to this money. Where's this money? Unless you join in with the BS accounting system in Washington. DC. He says, nothing is more critical for future, health and long-term prosperity of our nation than investing in families now he sounds like a leftist. You're not investing in families who wants the government to invest in families. Because when the government invests in families the government controls families. Families are the pillars of our communities and our nation often fathers left out of the conversation. When we talk about the modern American family, really, which fathers. I'm a father. I'm not left out of the equation. I'm not left out of the conversation. I'm an active hands on father always have been. Traditionally mothers are viewed as the primary caregiver for some families. It's still that way today. Recently fathers have begun to be included in discussions about paid family, leave. What Mr. producer what world is he living in? Mr callscreener. What world is he living in? As a father of four, I know, the importance of having flexibility in those first few months. I would take on the late night feedings when our children were, you know what? This is actually becoming ridiculous..

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"ms wagner" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

15:41 min | 3 years ago

"ms wagner" Discussed on 600 WREC

"On the underground command post deep in the bowels of a hidden bunker, somewhere under the brick and steel of a nondescript building, we've once again made contact with our leader. Hello, everybody. Mark Levin here. Our number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one. You know. And I don't like doing this, but I have to do it, what to read something to you. That was at national review online. By Marco Rubio. Now years ago. Although it doesn't seem that long ago when Marco Rubio was at five percent. The Republican primer having been believe speaker of the. The house in the state legislature in Florida. We brought them on the program, and I endorse them. I wasn't the only one but I got others to endorse them, too. And he skyrocketed from there, quite frankly. And he was brandishing his conservative credentials, which there were many. Now, we don't talk not because of me because of him. I also had him on Levin TV several years ago. Look, I call him as I see him. It's not personal with me. It's not personal with me. But I wanna read something to you. That troubles me and I don't care. How many Republicans conservatives endorse this? You know what I wrote my book plunder and deceit? I took a very, very hard look at the, the financial and economic condition of this country. Thanks to our central government. It's a disaster waiting to blow up in our faces or more accurately, the faces of our children and grandchildren. So here's what he writes at national review online. The most important role that God has gifted me in life is that of being a father, nothing can prepare you for the sheer rush of love, and joy that comes with the privilege of being apparent there's no question about that. There's also nothing that prepares new parents for the sudden and extreme change and schedules and finances. They comes with starting a family stopping right there. There's also nothing that prepares new parents for the sudden and extreme change and schedules and finances. They comes with starting a family. Okay, got that. And for far too many new parents across our nation. The sad reality is they are forced to take on new debt. Or fall onto welfare programs just to pay for their basic living costs after having a child. So for far too many parents, having a child forces, you into welfare. Did you know that Mr. producer? Now, of course you take on new debt. I did did you, Mr. producer? But you knew that. How about you, Mr. call screener? You take on new debt. Right. You take care of your kids. Right. That your number one priority. Correct. So other things you have to give up some things you just can't do. Because you would fall on a sword for your child. Wouldn't you? You take a bullet for your child. Wouldn't you? So you can trim. You're spending it. Can change your vacation habits. Maybe even change your career, whatever tastes. You made the decision to bring another human being into this world. And now it's your responsibility to take care that human being. I don't believe this is stressed enough. All of a sudden. The government needs to get involved, the government needs to subsidize you. But let's see how that's reworked and reframed. No mothers feel pressure to return to work too soon after giving birth and new fathers are often unable to take time off to spend those critical first few weeks with their child. Tell me is this the first generation of children. Of course not. It's a stupid question for a reason. Yeah, I think about we just celebrated the anniversary of our heroes at d day. We celebrated their greatness. I wonder if I read this paragraph to them, what would they be thinking Mr. producer? I just I am just shot. And how week some of us have become an how weak, these politicians think we've become. Having a child is a blessing. It's not going off to war. It's not having an expensive disease. Your life does change dramatically, and in a very positive way, there, the focus of all that you do. And so maybe you'll change your career goals. And maybe a change your budget, and maybe you'll go onto some debt, maybe those things happen. It makes us all better and stronger. And accountable and responsible. Some thinking now what does Mr. Rubio have a asleep here? You cannot have a strong country he writes without strong communities. Well, we all know, Hillary said it takes a village, and it's impossible to have strong communities without strong families. Okay. Our current economic policies have left young working families behind. Even as her marriage and childbirth rates are falling. How are economic policies left young working families behind? To address the problems facing families in the twenty first century, I don't know what that means. What about families in the twentieth century? And the nineteenth century, the eighteenth century, look folks, I I'm not trying to be a cavalier about this. But this generation has a better than any generation in the history of mankind. That doesn't mean things don't become difficult or aren't difficult, or we don't have challenges and obstacles in the road, that's life. And sometimes, it's even seems unbearable with deaths in the family and so forth. But you need to overcome these things as your parents, did your grandparents then everybody before them. The government doesn't have any money. The government's in debt in hock up to your oddballs. And so you're going to create a new so-called middle-class entitlement. When they won't even reform the other entitlements. They claim to want to help children. It's the children who are going to be burdened with these debts. Let's go on. That is why I along with. Senator Mitt Romney. Oh and representatives and Wagner, and Dan Crenshaw. Introduce the new parents act. The new parents act. Which would provide a voluntary option for paid family. Leave. The Bill would ensure an economic safety net that new parents could take advantage by allowing them to pull forward from their future social security benefits. No new taxes. No, new mandates, no new regulation completely optional. I have some questions. Let me just stop there. You're gonna pull forward your future social security benefits. Is Mr. Rubio, MS Wagner, Mr. Crenshaw, Mr. Omni familiar with social security? Are they familiar with what the trustees keep saying about social security that it's going broke? What an eight years, I think it is. Something that affect we've talked about this. You're gonna pull forward your social security benefits, which means you're gonna put even further pressure on a system that doesn't have any money left. This is part of the problem with so-called entitlements. You put money into it, and the politicians change. It. They change it not for the better not to make it more fiscally sound. But so more. People can benefit. From the same pool of funds. Here. We had a limited program aimed at a limited number of people for a limited amount of time. If you will. A pension. So they could get through. You know, they're senior citizen status. Now with the federal government has ripped it off. It's taking the money out of the system. It's been replaced with. I o us the program's been expanded on clued God knows what and now we have an idea coming from Republicans. The new parents act provide a voluntary option. For paid family, leave. The Bill would ensure economic safety net that new parents could take advantage of by allowing them to pull forward from their future social security benefits. There are no future social security benefits for young parents. That's the problem. That's the problem. But he goes on. But real. But what really sets my Bill part is that it gives new parents, much-needed flexibility, and how they choose to use there paid leave. So in other words, all of a sudden, it's found money. Let's say these young parents, Mr. Rubio are eighteen years old, how much money if they put into social security. Well, we'll get the pull Ford. Whatever money they've put in well, that's next to nothing. Let's take another example. Let's say the parents are twenty seven years old, how much money can they pull for very little they've put in next to nothing. So what are you going do estimate? What they would put in and so they can pull money out of social security before the money's actually there, even though there's no money there to begin with what, what kind of program is this. We're gonna make families strong or no. You're not you're going to bankrupt the country faster and our kids and grandkids are going to face the consequences. Moreover. Having children. That's not supposed to be a burden. You have some responsibility as a. As a father and a white and a mother. It's not it's not the burden of other tax payers of other people are paying payroll deductions. It's a burden that you need to manage and there your priority. I mean it's not like we don't have enough program with food stamps. We have health care for children. We've got it just goes on and on and on. He says it will be available to working and stay at home moms and dads alike, allowing them to create a paid leave plan that works best for them. Most important at a time when just over one in ten workers receives paid family leave from their employers. My Bill gives millions of new parents. They building to take paid leave that otherwise would never have. So let's found money all of a sudden, he even says. Millions of new parents, what have access to this money. Where's this money? Unless you join in with the BS accounting system in Washington. DC. He says, nothing is more critical for future, health and long-term prosperity of our nation than investing in families now he sounds like a leftist. You're not investing in families who wants the government to invest in families. Because when the government invests in families the government controls families. Families are the pillars of our communities and our nation often fathers left out of the conversation. When we talk about the modern American family, really, which fathers. I'm a father. I'm not left out of the equation. I'm not left out of the conversation. I'm an active hands on father always have been. Traditionally mothers are viewed as the primary caregiver for some families. It's still that way today. Recently fathers have begun to be included in discussions about paid family, leave. What Mr. producer what world is he living in? Mr callscreener. What world is he living in? As a father of four, I know, the importance of having flexibility in those first few months. I would take on the late night feedings when our children were, you know what? This is actually becoming ridiculous. Yes. Senator. And I would drive around my son who was colleague. For an hour at a time to get him the fall asleep. So my wife could sleep. And I don't know. I did all this without paid family, leave. I would help make their lunches the night before when they went to school. I would help take them to the doctor. I would do all those things and it never even occurred to me. That I needed anybody to pay me or subsidize me. This is just another attack on the psyche of the nation. Personal responsibility. And I'm sure Marco Rubio will point to one tenth of one percent, statistical examples and how hard it is for people to make ends meet. In the greatest country on the face of the earth. I've had enough of the crying on the shoulder or creating the shoulder to cry on and off with a million ideas on how to destroy our economy. And our national attitude. And then pretend that you're for families. When I protect families secure the border. You want to protect families. Cut the bloated federal budget. You wanna protect families competition in our schools. There's a lot of way to protect families that doesn't involve and other government spending program..

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"ms wagner" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

04:48 min | 3 years ago

"ms wagner" Discussed on WJR 760

"To address the problems facing families in the twenty first century, I don't know what that means. What about families in the twentieth century? And the nineteenth century, the eighteenth century, look folks, I I'm not trying to be cavalier about this. But this generation has it better than any generation in the history of mankind. That doesn't mean things don't become difficult or aren't difficult, or we don't have challenges and obstacles in the road, that's life. And sometimes, it's even seems unbearable with deaths in the family and so forth. But you need to overcome these things as your parents, did your grandparents everybody before them. The government doesn't have any money. The government's in debt in hock up to your eyeballs. And so you're going to create a new so-called middle-class entitlement. When they won't even reform the other entitlements. They claim to want to help children. It's the children who are going to be burdened with these debts. Let's go on. That is why I along with. Senator Mitt Romney. Oh and representatives and Wagner, and Dan Crenshaw. Introduce the new parents act. The new parents act. Which would provide a voluntary option for paid family. Leave. The Bill would ensure an economic safety net that new parents could take advantage of by allowing them to pull forward from their future social security benefits. No new taxes. No, no mandates. No new regulation completely optional. I have some questions. Let me just stop there. You're gonna pull forward your future social security benefits. Is Mr. Rubio, MS Wagner, Mr. Crenshaw, Mr. Omni familiar with social security? Familiar with what the trustees keep saying about social security that it's going broke. What an eight years, I think it is. Something that affect we've talked about this. You're gonna pull forward your social security benefits, which means you're gonna put even further pressure on a system that doesn't have any money left. This is part of the problem with so-called entitlements. You put money into it, and the politicians change. It. They change it not for the better not to make it more fiscally sound. But so more. People can benefit. From the same pool of funds. Here. We had a limited program aimed at a limited number of people for a limited amount of time. If you will. A pension. So they could get through. You know, they're senior citizen status. Now the federal government has ripped it off. It's taking the money out of the system. It's been replaced with. I o us the program's been expanded on cloud. God knows what and now we have an idea coming from Republicans. The new parents act provide a voluntary option. For paid family, leave. The Bill would ensure economic safety net that new parents could take advantage of by allowing them to pull forward from their future social security benefits. There are no future social security benefits for young parents. That's the problem. That's the problem. But he goes on. But real. But what really sets my Bill part is that it gives new parents, much-needed flexibility, and how they choose to use there paid leave. So in other words, all of a sudden, it's found money. Let's say these young parents, Mr. Rubio are eighteen years old, how much money they put into social security. Well, we'll get the pull Ford. Whatever money they've put in well, that's next to nothing. Let's take another example. Let's say the parents are twenty seven years old, how much money can they pull for very little they've put in next to nothing. So what are you gonna do estimate? What they would put in and so they can pull money out of social security before the money's actually there, even though there's no money there to begin with what, what kind of program is this. We're gonna make families strong or no. You're not you're going to bankrupt the country faster and our kids and grandkids are going to face the consequences. Moreover. Having children. That's not supposed to be a burden..

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"ms wagner" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

08:03 min | 3 years ago

"ms wagner" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Can change your vacation habits. Maybe even change your career, whatever it takes. You made the decision to bring another human being into this world. And now it's your responsibility to take care of that human being. I don't believe this has stressed enough, all of a sudden. The government needs to get involved, the government needs to subsidize you. But let's see how that's reworked and reframed. New mothers feel pressure to return to work too soon after giving birth. And new fathers are often unable to take time off to spend those critical first few weeks with their child. Tell me is this the first generation of children. Of course not. It's a stupid question for a reason. Yeah, I think about we just celebrated the anniversary of our heroes at d day. We celebrated their greatness. I wonder if I read this paragraph to them, what would they be thinking Mr. producer? I just I am just shot. And how week some of us have become an how weak, these politicians think we've become. Having a child is a blessing. It's not going off to war. It's not having an expensive disease. Your life does change dramatically in a very positive way, there, the focus of all that you do. And so maybe you'll change your career goals. And maybe you change your budget, and maybe you'll go into some debt maybe those things happen. It makes us all better and stronger. And accountable and responsible. Some thinking now what does Mr. Rubio have up his sleeve here? You cannot have a strong country he writes without strong communities. Well, we all know, Hillary said it takes a village, and it's impossible to have strong communities without strong families. Okay. Our current economic policies have left young working families behind. Even as her marriage in childbirth rates are falling. How are economic policies left young working families behind? To address the problems facing families in the twenty first century, I don't know what that means. What about families in the twentieth century? And the nineteenth century, the eighteenth century, look folks, I I'm not trying to be a cavalier about this. But this generation has better than any generation in the history of mankind. That doesn't mean things don't become difficult or aren't difficult, or we don't have challenges and obstacles in the road, that's life. And sometimes it even seems unbearable with deaths in the family and so forth. But you need to overcome these things as your parents, did your grandparents, and everybody before them. The government doesn't have any money. The government's in debt in hock up to your eyeballs. And so you're going to create a new so-called middle-class entitlement. When they won't even reform the other entitlements. They claim to want to help children. It's the children who are going to be burdened with these debts. Let's go on. That is why I along with. Senator Mitt Romney. Oh and representatives and Wagner, and Dan Crenshaw. Introduce the new parents act. The new parents act. Which will provide a voluntary option for paid family leave. The Bill would ensure an economic safety net that new parents could take advantage of by allowing them to pull forward from their future social security benefits. No new taxes. No, new mandates, no new regulation completely optional. I have some questions. Let me just stop there. You're gonna pull forward your future social security benefits. Is Mr. Rubio, MS Wagner, Mr. Crenshaw, Mr. Omni familiar with social security? Are they familiar with what the trustees keep saying about social security that it's going broke? What an eight years, I think it is. Something that affect we've talked about this. You're gonna pull forward your social security benefits, which means you're gonna put even further pressure on a system that doesn't have any money left. This is part of the problem with so-called entitlements. You put money into it, and the politicians change. It. They change it not for the better not to make it more fiscally sound. But so more. People can benefit. From the same pool of funds. Here. We had a limited program aimed at a limited number of people for a limited amount of time. If you will. A pension. So they could get through. You know, they're senior citizen status. Now with the federal government has ripped it off. It's taking the money out of the system. It's been replaced with. I owe us program has been expanded to include God knows what and now we have an idea coming from Republicans. The new parents hack provide a voluntary option. For paid family, leave. The Bill would ensure economic safety net that new parents could take advantage of by allowing them to pull forward from their future social security benefits. There are no future social security benefits for young parents. That's the problem. That's the problem. But he goes on. But real. But what really sets my Bill part is that it gives new parents, much-needed flexibility, and how they choose to use there paid leave. So in other words, all of a sudden, it's found money. Let's say these young parents, Mr. Rubio are eighteen years old, how much money if they put into social security. Well, they'll get the poll Ford. Whatever money they've put in well, that's next to nothing. Let's take another example. Let's say the parents are twenty seven years old, how much money can they pull for very little they've put in next to nothing. So what are you gonna do estimate? What they would put in and so they can pull money out of social security before the money's actually there, even though there's no money there to begin with what, what kind of program is this. We're gonna make families strong stronger. No. You're not you're going to bankrupt the country faster and our kids and grandkids are going to face the consequences. Moreover. Having children. That's not supposed to be a burden. You have some responsibility as a. As a father and a white and a mother. It's not it's not the burden of other tax payers of other people are paying payroll deductions. It's a burden that you need to manage and their your priority. I mean it's not like we don't have enough program with food stamps. We have health care for children. We've got it just goes on and on and on. He says it would be available to working and stay at home moms and dads alike as lowering them to create a paid leave plan that works best for.

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"ms wagner" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

09:39 min | 3 years ago

"ms wagner" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"To address the problems facing families in the twenty first century, I don't know what that means. what about families in the twentieth century and the nineteenth century the eighteenth century look folks i i'm not trying to be a cavalier about this but this generation has it better than any generation in the history of mankind that doesn't mean things don't become difficult or aren't difficult or we don't have challenges and obstacles in the road that's life and sometimes it's even seems unbearable with deaths in the family and so forth But you need to overcome these things as your parents, did your grandparents everybody before them. The government doesn't have any money, the government's in debt in hock up to your oddballs. And so you're going to create a new so-called middle class entitlement. When they won't even reform the other entitlements. They claim to want to help children. It's the children who are going to be burdened with these debts. Let's go on. That is why I along with. Senator Mitt Romney. Oh and representatives and Wagner, and Dan Crenshaw. Introduce the new parents act. The new parents act. Which would provide a voluntary option for paid family. Leave. the bill would ensure an economic safety net that new parents could take advantage of by allowing them to pull forward from their future social security benefits no new taxes no new mandates no new regulation completely optional i have some questions let me just stop there You're gonna pull forward your future social security benefits. Is Mr. Rubio, MS Wagner, Mr. Crenshaw, Mr. Omni familiar with social security? Are they familiar what the trustees keep saying about social security that it's going broke? What an eight years, I think it is. Something to that effect. We've talked about this. You're gonna pull forward your social security benefits, which means you're gonna put even further pressure on a system that doesn't have any money left. This is part of the problem with so-called entitlements. You put money into it, and the politicians change. It. They change it not for the better not to make it more fiscally sound. But so more. People can benefit. From the same pool of funds. Here. We had a limited program aimed at a limited number of people for a limited amount of time. If you will. A pension. So they could get through. You know, the senior citizen status. Now with the federal government has ripped it off. It's taking the money out of the system. It's been replaced with I oh, use the program's been expanded include God knows what and now we have an idea coming from Republicans. The new parents act provide a voluntary option. For paid family, leave. The Bill would ensure an economic safety net that new parents could take advantage of by lowering them to pull forward from their future social security benefits. There are no future social security benefits for young parents. That's the problem. That's the problem. but he goes on but real but what really sets my bill part is that it gives new parents much-needed flexibility and how they choose to use there paid leave so in other words all of a sudden it's found money let's say these young parents mr rubio are eighteen years old how much money if they put into social security Well, we'll get the pull Ford. Whatever money they've put in well, that's next to nothing. let's take another example let's say the parents are twenty seven years old how much money can they pull for very little they've put in next to nothing so what are you gonna do estimate what they would put in in so they can pull money out of social security before the money's actually there he even though there's no money there to begin with what what kind of program is this We're gonna make families strong or no. You're not you're going to bankrupt the country faster and our kids and grandkids are going to face the consequences. Moreover. Having children. That's not supposed to be a burden. You have some responsibility as a. As a father and a white and a mother. It's not it's not the burden of other tax payers of other people are paying payroll deductions. It's a burden that you need to manage and their your priority. I mean it's not like we don't have enough program where food stamps, we have health care for children. We've got it just goes on and on and on. He says it would be available to working and stay at home moms and dads alike at allowing them to create a paid leave plan that works best for them. Most important at a time when just over one in ten workers receives paid family leave from their employers. My Bill gives millions of new parents. They Billy to take paid leave that otherwise would never have. So let's found money all of a sudden, he even says. Millions of new parents, what have access to this money. Where is this money? Unless you join in with the Bs accounting system in Washington DC. he says nothing is more critical for future health and long-term prosperity of our nation than investing in families now he sounds like a leftist you're not investing in families who wants the government to invest in families Because when the government invests in families the government controls families. Families are the pillars of our communities and our nation often fathers are left out of the conversation when we talk about the modern American family, really, which fathers. I'm a father. I'm not left out of the equation. I'm not left out of the conversation. I'm an active hands on father always have been. traditionally mothers are viewed as the primary caregiver for some families it's still that way today Recently fathers have begun to be included in discussions about paid family, leave. What Mr. producer what world is he living in? Mr callscreener. What world is he living in? As a father of four, I know, the importance of having flexibility in those first few months. i would take on the late night feedings when our children were you know what this is actually becoming ridiculous Yes. Senator. And I would drive around my son who was colleague for an hour at a time. To get him the fall asleep. So my wife could sleep. and i don't know i did all this without paid family leave i would help make their lunches the night before when they went to school I would help take them to the doctor. I would do all those things and it never even occurred to me. That I needed anybody to pay me or subsidize me. This is just another attack on the psyche of the nation. Personal responsibility. And I'm sure Marco Rubio will point to one tenth of one percent, statistical examples and how hard it is for people to make ends meet. in the greatest country on the face of the earth i've had enough of the crying on the shoulder recreating the shoulder to cry on Enough with a million ideas on how to destroy our economy. And our national attitude. And then pretend that you're for families. Wanna protect families secure the border. You want to protect families. Cut the bloated federal budget. You wanna protect families. Competition in our schools. There's a lot of way to protect families that doesn't involve and other government spending program. I'll be right back. let's say you just bought a house bad news is you're one step closer to becoming your parents soon you'll have a separate fridge in the basement or extra groceries or exiled forever remember that frozen lasagna of course you don't it's been down there since two thousand eight good news is it's easy to.

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"ms wagner" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

13:35 min | 3 years ago

"ms wagner" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I don't like doing this, but I have to do it when read something to you. That was at national review online. By Marco Rubio. Now years ago. Polo doesn't seem that long ago when Marco Rubio was at five percent in the Republican primary having been believe speaker, the. The house in the state legislature in Florida. We brought them on the program, and I endorse them. I wasn't the only one but I got others to endorse him too. And he skyrocketed from there, quite frankly. And he was brandishing his conservative credentials, which there were many. Now, we don't talk not because of me because of him. I also had him on Levin TV several years ago. Look, I call him as I see him. It's not personal with me. It's not personal with me. But I wanna read something to you. That troubles me and I don't care. How many Republicans conservatives endorse this? You know, when I wrote my book plunder and deceit, a very, very hard look at the, the financial and economic condition of this country. Thanks to our central government. It's a disaster waiting to blow up in our faces or more accurately, the faces of our children and grandchildren. So here's what he writes at national review online. The most important role that God has gifted me in life. Is that of being a father, nothing can prepare you for the sheer rush of love, and joy? The comes with the privilege of being apparent. There's no question about that. There's also nothing that prepares new parents for the sudden and extreme change and schedules and finances. They comes with starting a family stopping right there. There's also nothing that prepares new parents for the sudden and extreme change and schedules and finances. They comes with starting a family. Okay, got that. And for far too many new parents across our nation. The sad reality is they are forced to take on new debt or fall onto welfare programs. Just to pay for their basic living costs after having a child. So for far too many parents, having a child forces, you into welfare. Did you know that Mr. producer? Now, of course you take on new debt. I did did you, Mr. producer? But you knew that. How about you, Mr. call screener? You take on new debt. Right. You take care of your kids. Right. That your number one priority. Correct. So other things have to give up some things you just can't do. Because you would fall on a sword for your child. Wouldn't you? You take a bullet for your child. Wouldn't you? So you can trim, you're spending, you can change your vacation habits. Maybe even change your career, whatever it takes. You made the decision to bring another human being into this world. And now it's your responsibility to take care that human being. I don't believe this is stressed enough. All of a sudden. The government needs to get involved, the government needs to subsidize you. But let's see how that's reworked and reframed. New mothers feel pressure to return to work too soon after giving birth and new fathers are often unable to take time off to spend those critical first few weeks with their child. Tell me is this the first generation of children. Of course not. It's a stupid question for a reason. Yeah, I think about we just celebrated the anniversary of our heroes at d day. We celebrated their greatness. I wonder if I read this paragraph to them, what would they be thinking Mr. producer? I just I am just shocked. At how week some of us have become an how weak, these politicians think we've become? Having a child is a blessing. It's not going off to war. It's not having an expensive disease. Your life does change dramatically in an a very positive way, there, the focus of all that you do. And so maybe you'll change your career goals. It may be a change your budget. And maybe go into some debt, maybe those things will happen. It makes us all better and stronger. And accountable and responsible. Some thinking now what does Mr. Rubio have up his sleeve here? You cannot have a strong country he writes without strong communities. Well, we all know, Hillary said it takes a village, and it's impossible to have strong communities without strong families. Okay. Our current economic policies have left young working families behind. Even as our marriage and childbirth rates are falling. How are economic policies left young working families behind? To address the problems facing families in the twenty first century, I don't know what that means. what about families in the twentieth century and the nineteenth century the eighteenth century look folks i i'm not trying to be cavalier about this but this generation has it better than any generation in the history of mankind that doesn't mean things don't become difficult or aren't difficult or we don't have challenges and obstacles in the road that's life and sometimes it even seems unbearable with deaths in the family and so forth But you need to overcome these things as your parents, your grandparents did. And everybody before them. The government doesn't have any money, the government's in debt in hock up to your oddballs. And so you're going to create a new so-called middle class entitlement. When they won't even reform the other entitlements. They claim to want to help children. It's the children who are going to be burdened with these debts. Let's go on. That is why I along with. Senator Mitt Romney. Oh and representatives and Wagner, and Dan Crenshaw. Introduce the new parents act. The new parents act. Which would provide a voluntary option for paid family. Leave. The Bill would ensure an economic safety net that new parents could take advantage of by allowing them to pull forward from their future social security benefits. No taxes. No, new mandates, no new regulation completely optional. I have some questions. Let me stop there. You're gonna pull forward your future social security benefits. Is Mr. Rubio, MS Wagner, Mr. Crenshaw, Mr. Ronnie familiar with social security? Are they familiar with what the trustees keep saying about social security that it's going broke? What an eight years, I think it is. something that affect we've talked about this you're gonna pull forward your social security benefits which means you're gonna put even further pressure on a system that doesn't have any money left This is part of the problem with so-called entitlements. You put money into it, and the politicians change. It. they change it not for the better not to make it more fiscally sound but so more people can benefit From the same pool of funds. Here. We had a limited program aimed at a limited number of people for a limited amount of time. If you will. A pension. So they could get through. You know, the senior citizens fans. Now with the federal government has ripped it off. It's taking the money out of the system. It's been replaced with I o us. The program's been expanded include God knows what and now we have an idea coming from Republicans. The new parents hack provide a voluntary option. For paid family, leave. The Bill would ensure economic safety net that new parents could take advantage of by lowering them to pull forward from their future social security benefits. There are no future social security benefits for young parents. That's the problem. That's the problem. But he goes on. But real. But what really sets my Bill part is that it gives new parents, much-needed flexibility, and how they choose to use there paid leave. So in other words, all of a sudden, it's found money. Let's say these young parents, Mr. Rubio are eighteen years old, how much money if they put into social security. Well, we'll get the Pulford whatever money they've put in. Well, that's next to nothing. let's take another example let's say the parents are twenty seven years old how much money can they pull for very little they've put in next to nothing so what are you gonna do estimate what they would put in and so they can pull money out of social security before the money's actually there even though there's no money there to begin with what what kind of program is this we're gonna make family strong or no you're not you can bankrupt the country faster and our kids and grandkids are going to face the consequences moreover Having children. That's not supposed to be a burden. You have some responsibility as a. As a father and a white and a mother. It's not it's not the burden of other tax payers of other people are paying payroll deductions. It's a burden that you need to manage and there your priority. i mean it's not like we don't have enough program with food stamps we have health care for children we've got it just goes on and on and on he says it would be available to working and stay at home moms and dads alike allowing them to create a paid leave plan that works best for them Most important at a time when just over one in ten workers receives paid family leave from their employers. My Bill gives millions of new parents. They Billy to take paid leave that otherwise would never have. So let's found money all of a sudden, he even says. Millions of new parents, what have access to this money. Where's this money? Unless you join in with the Bs accounting system in Washington DC. he says nothing is more critical for future health and long-term prosperity of our nation than investing in families now he sounds like a leftist you're not investing in families who wants the government to invest in families Because when the government invests in families the government controls families. families are the pillars of our communities and our nation often fathers left out of the conversation when we talk about the modern american family really which fathers I'm a father. I'm not left out of the equation. I'm not left out of the conversation. I'm an active hands on father always have been. Traditionally mothers are viewed as the primary caregiver for some families. It's still that way today. Recently fathers have begun to be included in discussions about paid family, leave. What Mr. producer what world is he living in? Mr callscreener. What world is he living in? As a father of four, I know, the importance of having flexibility in those first few months. i would take on the late night feedings when our children were you know what this is actually becoming ridiculous Yes. Senator. And I would drive around my son who was college for an hour at a time..

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"ms wagner" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"ms wagner" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Talk claim station to want to help in Las children. Vegas It's the children K dawn. who are going to be burdened with these debts. Let's go on. That is why I along with. Senator Mitt Romney. Oh and representatives, an Wagner, and Dan Crenshaw. Introduce the new parents act. The new parents act. Which would provide a voluntary option for paid family. Leave. the bill would ensure an economic safety net that new parents could take advantage of by allowing them to pull forward from their future social security benefits no new taxes no new mandates no new regulation completely optional i have some questions let me just stop there You're gonna pull forward your future social security benefits. Is Mr. Rubio, MS Wagner, Mr. Crenshaw, Mr. Romney familiar with social security? They familiar with what the trustees keep saying about social security that it's going broke. What an eight years, I think it is. something to that effect we've talked about this you're gonna pull forward your social security benefits which means you're gonna put even further pressure on a system that doesn't have any money left This is part of the problem with so-called entitlements. You put money into it, and the politicians change. It. They change it not for the better not to make it more fiscally sound. But so more. People can benefit. From the same pool of funds. Here. We had a limited program aimed at a limited number of people for a limited amount of time. If you will. A pension. So they could get through. You know, they're senior citizens. now with the federal government has ripped it off it's taking the money out of the system it's been replaced with i o us the program's been expanded to include god knows what And now we have an idea coming from Republicans. The new parents act provide a voluntary option. for paid family leave the bill would ensure an economic safety net that new parents could take advantage of by allowing them to pull forward from their future social security benefits There are no future social security benefits for young parents. That's the problem. That's the problem. but he goes on but real but what really sets my bill apart is that it gives new parents much-needed flexibility and how they choose to use there paid leave so in other words all of a sudden it's found money Let's say these young parents, Mr. Rubio are eighteen years old, how much money they put into social security. We'll get the pull Ford. Whatever money they've put in well, that's next to nothing. let's take another example let's say the parents are twenty seven years old how much money can they pull for very little they've put in next to nothing so what are you gonna do estimate what they would put in and so they can pull money out of social security before the money's actually there he even though there's no money there to begin with what what kind of program is this We're gonna make families strong or no. You're not you can have bankrupt the country faster and our kids and grandkids are going to face the consequences. Moreover. Having children. That's not supposed to be a burden..

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"ms wagner" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"ms wagner" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Is your plan to take care of them? If you ready to rule carefully, you will see that provides a six month deferral on request, if they have not found another place to live, and that can be renewed. Two times for total of eighteen months, which is plenty of time for congress to engage and comprehensive immigration reform. So that this becomes a moot point as the DACA, situation, and one hundred other things. How in the world can you put forward a plan that could generate time housing for homeless. The gentle woman from his MS Wagner is recognized for five minutes. Chairman, I think secretary Carson for his testimony today in for his service. Would you like a minute serve any more time to respond? Yeah. Thank you very much. The fact of the matter is. Congress has responsibility for making the laws that govern this, and they have the ability to change that. And if in fact, you want to explain to the American citizens have been on the weightless for several years, and your district in New York. Why we should continue to support families that are not here legally, I would be happy to join you and helping to explain that to them. Thank you. I'm glad you could definitely answer a rear. She's been radio programming from Tuesday. WCS PF emotion. Congressman Al green, and I have written and worked on legislation that addresses major challenges facing the disaster relief funding process at HUD, according to numerous I g reports and a hearing that the financial services oversight investigations committee held in March major issues have been identified with the community development block grant disaster.

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"ms wagner" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

06:26 min | 3 years ago

"ms wagner" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Immigrants to and got hammered. Here's what Ben Carson said land of dreams and opportunity. There were other immigrants who came here in the bottom of slave ship, fort even long, even harder for less they to dream. That one day, their sons daughters grandsons granddaughters. Great grandsons, great granddaughters might pursue prosperity. And happiness in this land got hammered by the media. And by Democrats incentive are can you compare slaves to immigrants? Life in America was not always easy. It wasn't always easy for new immigrants. Certainly it wasn't easy for those of African heritage, who had not come here, voluntarily and yet in their own way. Were immigrants themselves. He's your guy, though, right? So here's what happened when Carson tangle with Carolyn Maloney, democrat, from New York over the policy to block illegal aliens from getting public housing. Mister secretary the Deion HUD does not stand for deportation. I'm afraid that a recent proposal of yours will bring nothing but despair to thousands of American families by throwing children out of their homes, simply put we cannot create affordable housing for Americans by throwing other Americans out into the street with no place to go. I am very proud Americans, you mean illegal aliens to represent queens bridge, houses, which is the largest public housing complex in the entire country, along with many other public housing complexes. So I've been working with public housing tenants since nineteen Eighty-one standing up for tenants rights. Fighting against spending cuts and exposing and ending corrupt mob contracts, but your plan to create vacancies by making fifty five thousand American children, homeless is among the most damaging proposals I have ever seen in public policy and quite frankly, I find it despicable. Have you considered how you would support the newly homeless families in children? Will they be going to foster care? What's your plan? Well, first of all, thank you for the work that you've done on behalf the people, and I appreciate it. Our visit in York. Thank you. You know, as far as what we're doing with housing, the law that has been provided through congress of states, very specifically that the secretary of HUD may not provide housing assistance to people who are here illegally. It also states specifically that the secretary has the duty to end assistance if he finds that someone is violating that, so we are following the law. I would also point out to you, but, but, but may, I respond. Abide by law. We already I agree with you. You don't provide subsidies to people who are illegally, but these children were born here in America. And even if their families are illegal, it's a mixed up family in terms of legality. The children are legal, so you could have a situation where the parents are deported, and the children. They leave the children here, American citizens, and who is going to take care of these children. Do you have a plan to take care of these fifty five thousand children, which is hud's number that came forward with that they project could be a hurt by this plan? Do you have a plan for how to take care of these children? Yes or no? A couple of things here. First of all, there are hundreds of thousands of children, as well as elderly and disabled, people on the waiting list, who are legal American citizens, but mister secretary these children are legal American citizens. They were born in America. They are legal citizens as, as I was saying, there are hundreds of thousands of not millions who are waiting on the list to use just that. We prioritize people who are going to pick American citizen over another at gang, and if children are, are American citizens, they are legal and what is your plan to take care of them? If you read the rule carefully, you will see that it provides a six month deferral on request, if they have not found another place to live, and that can be renewed two times for total of eight. Eighteen months, which is plenty of time of her congress to engage and comprehensive immigration reform, so that this becomes a moot point as Dr situation and a hundred other things. How in the world can you put forward a plan that could generate time house with homeless, the gentle woman from his MS Wagner is recognized. I thought he handled himself quite well. Here's what Sherry said about relief factor. My husband was researching on the internet of ways to ease my pain in both of my hips, and it was to the point where I couldn't even hardly walk in. I would cry in I couldn't move so he read about relief factor. And so he said, let's give it a try. So we ordered it and it took about, I'd say five days of being on it. Oh my gosh. I, I don't even feel like I have any problems whatsoever. I think with all of my heart this product is amazing. And I'm so, so thankful three quick store. Just nineteen dollars and ninety five cents works out to what ninety five cents a day for pain relief. So try it, relieffactor dot com. Relieffactor dot com. That's relieffactor dot com. Live in the pain-free..

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"ms wagner" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"ms wagner" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Everything we do with Clarence goes through severe process of review reputational risk be cetera. We've very small related gun manufacturers. They're the same manufacturer make military equipment for the United States military, and for United States police force, which we all the highest regard, Gordon sellers of guns are over a hundred thousand retailers out there who sell guns every single one that we do we do a thorough review their offered by the ATF, despite the fact joined six percent a year, they're they're regulated by state and federal government. And if we think they're doing something wrong risk committee stopped doing business them. Well, that's not what I was asking. I was asking you to adopt a formal policy for your Bank on responsible business like your competitors have with the gun industry. Can surely consider that. Yes. Well, going onto the next question. In two thousand nine I've passed the credit card act, which the consumer financial protection bureau says has saved consumers sixteen billion a year. And by the way, all of you on this panel opposed that legislation even though it has not hurt your bottom line at all. And now I'm trying to do the same thing for overdraft because unfair overdraft fees costs consumers fifteen billion a year. So I was looking at CF PBS consumer complaint database, and there are over one thousand five hundred complaints about abusive overdraft fees. A surprising number of your customers. Mr. diamond complained about chasing gauging in one of the worst overdraft practices recording transactions. So that the largest transactions such as rent payment is processed I which maximizes the number of overdraft fees. You can charge the customer a typical complaints from one of your customers. Is up on the screen right now. My Bill the overdraft Protection Act would make this practice illegal because you're essentially gouging, your most vulnerable clients, the ones that are living paycheck to paycheck. So let me ask you given that your Bank clearly won't end this practice voluntarily. Do you think it's time to simply prohibit these kinds of abusive overdraft practices laws, and that's what my Bill would do. And I welcome your comment, Mr. Mr. diamond and others on on overdraft. Would you accept a law banning this practice, would you support such a law the the overdraft policy as it stands today, which was changed by the way in two thousand nine is that the client has to opt in their given a choice on opening account about what they wanna have oh drift features or not remember those overdrafts very Doppler about reordering transactions paying far worse time is expired. May I ask for response in writing from the panelists that have Missouri, MS Wagner, spec Anais for five minutes. Thank you, Madam Chairman, and welcome to all of you one of the questions that I always like to ask when considering action or inaction as a member of congress is how does this hearing this Bill or this regulation, create jobs and grow the economy in my district of Saint Louis, Missouri and across the nation. My constituents want good paying jobs and opportunities for themselves and their their children their families this Solomon. The only one this Muneer blocked. My way this Republican and Wagner of Missouri line covered institutions supports access to capital for consumers to buy a home. Start a business or send their kids to college a short. We generally have not been a consumer Bank. But we've just started a very very small consumer business at this point in time. We take deposits and we make small unsecured loans for consumers that amount from thirty five hundred forty thousand dollars. But it's a very very small business. We're not currently in the business where we make mortgages for consumers, but we might at some point in the future Moynihan 'cause you answer that question. How are you helping nine constituents the capital for.

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"ms wagner" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"ms wagner" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Get the four. You will adopt commonsense gun safety policies like other banks have done. Congressman we don't put prophets over people. We Bank many industries across this country. We do our best to ensure that all of our customers who we Bank follow the laws and regulations that are in place at on a local and a state and national level. But my my view our view is that we don't think reclaiming because my time is almost up, but why are you willing to go above and beyond what the law requires for human rights, but not for gun for gun safety. Why is one more important than the other day? That isn't the case we just don't believe that it is a good idea to encourage banks to enforce legislation that doesn't exist well above and beyond the law and others. Secondly, very quickly as my time is almost up as part of a massive scandal uncovered in twenty six. Eighteen the Wells Fargo defrauded millions of customers by opening more than three point five million fake accounts. Wells Fargo attempted to force his its customers when they sought Justice into arbitration if investors deserve to seek Justice and accountability through the civil Justice system. Why do you think that Wells Fargo customers don't deserve the same treatment may answer? Madam chair. I'm sorry. To answer the question, you take a minute to answer. Sure. Congressman. We took your advice that you gave my predecessor in the last hearing. And that is you ask us in that instance, of retail sales practices to go beyond just a couple of years. That's why we went back more than fifteen years to make sure that we were able to capture all of the potential customers were harmed. We thought that was a very good idea. And as I mentioned in my opening statement, we've looked at more than one hundred sixty five million accounts contracting contacted more than forty million customers through two hundred sixty four million. Interactions to make sure that we have made things right for them. And I believe we have. Thank the gentlewoman from Missouri. Ms Wagner, ranking member is recognized for five minutes. Timothy Sloan the president and CEO of Wells Fargo is the only witness at today's has financial services hearing. Thank you chairwoman for yielding. Good morning. Mr. Sloane, good morning. I want to start by expressing my continued.

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"ms wagner" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

14:03 min | 3 years ago

"ms wagner" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"This declaration of an emergency allow the president to do the job. He was elected to do and secure the southern border. He'll back gentleman from Texas yields the balance of his time gentlemen from Georgia reserves. His balance of his time gentlewoman from California's recognized speaker. Political theater? Political posturing for twenty twenty. That's what we're hearing. This is the law. This is the rules committee moving forward a piece of legislation that will prevent the president from Colleen a bogus national emergency. From stealing money. From our troops. From taking from those who don't have who are giving everything that they have to protect our nation. Political posturing for twenty twenty with that. I will reserve the balance of my time gentlewoman from California reserves the balance over time gentlemen from Georgia's recognize thank you, MS speaker, you've myself such time as I may consume speak. Rob Woodall the previous question I will offer an amendment to the rule to bring up the text of HR nine sixty to the born alive abortion survivors Protection Act, and I'd like to ask unanimous consent to insert the text of my amendment in the record along with extraneous material immediately prior to the vote on the previous question without objection. Mr Speaker, if we pass the resolution has my friends. Have represented. We will save not one single life. If we defeat the previous question and move on to HR nine six two we will. In fact, save lives and to speak to daddy shoe. I'd like to yield four minutes to my friend from Missouri. A great leader in our conference, MS Wagner. Gentlewoman from Missouri is recognized for four minutes. Thank you, Mr Speaker. And I thank the gentleman for yielding. If we indeed to feed your previous question, we will allow consideration of HR nine sixty to the born alive abortion survivors Protection Act. I introduced this legislation because the constitution clearly states that all persons born in this country are entitled to life liberty and equal protection under the law. The constitution does not put age limits on those who are entitled to life. I am horrified. Mr Speaker that many in the United States Senate Democrats flagrantly violated, the United States constitution last night and voted down the born alive act embracing in fact, infanticide. Pro-abortion politicians use to say life begins at birth. Now. It's more unclear than ever when they believe that life actually begins our whether they even believe that living and breathing human beings should be protected under the law, but I would like to commend three Democrats. In fact, senders Bob Casey, Joe mansion and Doug Jones who defended the basic rights of new newborn children and voted for my legislation last evening in the United States Senate. I produced this legislation because it is just common sense. I am shocked that there are a prominent American legislators who believe in denying babies lifesaving medical care. When they are born. As a mother, a grandmother, a legislator, and an advocate who came to congress to serve as a voice for the voiceless. I believe that lies begins at conception. And that is wrong to kill a child. No matter how many weeks old he or she maybe. But I am grieved defined that. I now must defend something that I never thought we would have to fight for life saving care for babies born alive in response to radical legislators who are promoting not just late term abortions. But infanticide. It is essential that we come together to protect children. So today, I am here to ask. No, MR speaker. I am here to implore my colleagues write to right? The wrongs that the Senate has committed and defeat the previous question. And at least allow the debate to support HR nine sixty to the born alive act here in the people's House, Mr speaker, this should not be a partisan issue. Congress must never stop fighting to ensure that every single newborn baby in the United States of America received. Lifesaving care no matter their sex or their race or ethnicity or whether or not they are wanted and cuddled and wrapped into that first warm hug that they deserve the born alive. Act is the simplest vote any of us can take do you support babies receiving life saving care after they are born? Or would you deny these innocent children that care and allow them to be left to die and discarded? This is by partisan legislation. Mr Speaker last year, six of my democrat colleagues join me in voting for the born alive act, and I hope that we will bring this Bill to the floor for debate. So that many more of my colleagues can go on the record and vote to stand with America's mothers and children. I urge my colleagues to defeat the previous question, and I yield back the balance of my time Republican and Wagner live coverage from the house WCS PFM Washington US back the balance over time gentlemen from Georgia reserves, the balance of his time gentlewoman from California's recognized speaker, yo two minutes to the gentlewoman from California mislead. Gentlewoman from California Lee is recognized for two minutes. Thank you very much. Let me thank the gentleman for yielding and also for her tremendous leadership on the house rules committee. I rise today in support of the rule and congressman Castro's resolution to stop President Trump's fake so-called national emergency at the border. Let me be clear. This emergency declaration is a blatant attempt to subvert the constitution and get around Congress's sole power of the purse. Let me remind you also that this is a democracy not a dictatorship we have three branches of government, not one and congress has the power of the purse strings. This is a real she's made radio programming from Tuesday WCS bay from Washington. So let's make one thing clear. There is no emergency at the border. The only crisis at the border is a humanitarian crisis that the president is created himself through his hateful family separation policies and instead of protecting our national security. This president is doing just the opposite. He is stealing money for military construction projects to try to build an unauthorized wall as a member of the appropriations committee. I can tell you that we will not allow this president to circumvent our thority at any cost. I'm proud to cosponsor this resolution to put a strong check on this president and terminate his ability to clear to declare this fake, national emergency. I call on my Republican colleagues and the Senate to vote. Yes. On this rule. And yes on this resolution, it's past time to stand up for the. Constitution and to stand up for our immigrant communities and to stand up for our three branches of government. Thank you. And I yield back the balance of my time. Woman does the balancer time. Members will refrain from engaging in personality store at the president and to refrain from wearing communicative badges while under recognition. Gentlewoman from California is reserves the balance every time gentlemen from Georgia is recognized by Cuba's speaker at this time. It's my great pleasure. To yield four minutes to the ranking member of the rules committee and inappropriate or the gentlemen from Oklahoma. Mr. Cole gentlemen from Oklahoma is recognized for four minutes. Thank you, very much, Mr Speaker. And I thank my good friend for yielding. And I rise today. It supported the born alive abortion survivors Protection Act, if we defeat the previous question, we will bring up the text of this important piece of legislation to defend live. Frankly, Mr Speaker, I'm mystified as to why the majority is low to actually make this vote, and they they've been doing backflips to avoid allowing the house to actually go on record on this important issue. This Bill is a common sense approach to protect our nation's most vulnerable it amends, the federal. Criminal code simply to require that any doctor present when a child is born alive following an abortion or an attempted abortion must provide the child with the same degree of care as he or she would provide any other child. The Bill also requires that any such child is immediately admitted to hospital, Mr Speaker as we've seen in recent weeks, many people in elected positions do not appear to appreciate the need to provide for protections for our most vulnerable Americans newly born, but it's clear that the current law fails to provide adequate protection for newborns who survive abortion, a is Bill draws solely. I sorely needed. Bright line of protection around abortion survivors, requires that they'd be given the same level of care as any other premature infant stewards of the law of this country. Mr Speaker protecting the most vulnerable, including the unborn should be one of Congress's. Basic responsibilities entering congress. I've made the protection of life one of my highest priorities. I believe that all members should have that same already and today, we can take a step toward making this a reality by defeating the previous question and bringing up the born alive abortion survivors Protection Act for vote. Mr Speaker are opposition to the previous question. And with that you'll back the balance of my time from Oklahoma. You're back. The bounces time gentlemen from Georgia reserves. The balance of his time gentlewoman from California is recognized. Mr speaker. I yield two minutes to the gentleman from Rhode Island. Mr sicily. Jennifer rowlonin is recognized for two minutes. Thank you. I thank the gentleman for yielding and rise in strong support of the rule in the resolution. Send the president's unnecessary and unconstitutional. National emergency declaration having visited the southern border multiple times in the past year, including just last month when I met with customs and border patrol officials. I can say without any question. There is no emergency at the border. We as a nation face serious challenges. Reforming our immigration system and stemming the flow of illegal drugs into our country. However, a border wall will do nothing to address these challenges research consistently shows that the vast majority of illegal drugs that come into this country. So the border are smuggled through legal ports of entry and most illegal immigration is a result of people overstaying, the reasons all this declaration will do is divert. Six point seven billion dollars away from critical military construction projects and drug interdiction operations hampering. Our nation's military readiness and making it more difficult to address real challenges. These are funds that would be better used on projects to improve and build new military family housing. Or make improvements the national guard and reserve facilities throughout our country speaker we should not be spending a single day wasting time on this ridiculous. Misguided? Executive order from the president. There is no birds. Yeah. The border illegal border crossings are at a forty year, low the president's own intelligence committee when they do their worldwide threat assessment testify and didn't even didn't mention the southern border and certainly did not identified as an emergency. Instead of wasting time on this. We should be getting back to work of driving down prescription drug prices focusing on rebuilding infrastructure our country passing HR one to get government working again for the people of this country and not the special interests. So I urge my colleagues to approve the rule vote for the resolution and end the president's unconstitutional excessive use of power attempting to circa vent. The will of American people the American people decide through their elected members of congress, how their tax money will be spent the president's gonna throw the constitution away circumventing that process, and we cannot permit that to happen. I thank the gentleman rowlonin ios, the balance of the time gentlewoman from California reserves, the balance of time. From Georgia is recognized..

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