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"nancy pelosi nancy pelosi" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"nancy pelosi nancy pelosi" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"I congress let let's start with Nancy Pelosi Nancy Pelosi has returned or tained position of sort of a liberal fan. You know, she's their leader. But her ability to fight with the president has really gotten her a lot of accolades, but at her core, she is a pragmatist. She is a person who understands that government has to keep working and she has to get bills passed. And we saw that this week in her chamber. It is not a perfect Bill. It is not a Bill that made her liberal flank very happy. And I think that pointing out the Hastert rule, which is very inside. DC thing is a great point. She's not ruling like Paul Ryan or John bainer did over that chamber. She is moving legislation in a way that isn't perfect. And for that reason this legislation would do some of the things that Democrats wanted, and would do some things that maybe they didn't I think that what we're going to see as a real test of Washington, and maybe the only test that will will be conducted before we get to November of next year of can they get it across the finish line. Can they find real by by camel agreements going forward? Immigration lawyer, Laura Mukherjee visited the border patrol detention center in Clint, Texas last week, she described, the conditions facility to my colleague, Meghna Chakrabarti on Tuesday. We saw children. Who were hungry who were dirty who were sick and who were terrified, and who have been detained for days and weeks and some nearly a month? The children consistently reported that they did not have enough food to eat the children were dirty most of them had not showered since crossing the border. Pierre Thomas not so many days ago. Vice president Pence gave an interview to Jake tapper on CNN in which tappers kind of pressed him to say. Hey, why is it that these kids don't have toothbrushes who are these kids don't have pillows like what's going on down there that these not only? Are we detaining them in this way? But we're not even giving them the most fundamental human needs, and penson. Gosh of only congress would act. All this would be different. He really didn't indicate that even that minimal amount of expenditure was possible prior to that this Bill is now been passed the Senate Bill embraced, what confidence is there that the kinds of conditions that Mukherjee described to, to Meghna earlier this week will Eason eventually evaporate, even if people continue to be detained. It's unclear clearly the immigration issue in southern borders of vaccine issue. You have increasing numbers of families coming to the border trying to get across..

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"nancy pelosi nancy pelosi" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:25 min | 2 years ago

"nancy pelosi nancy pelosi" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Happens and how ugly it is. That's Nancy Pelosi. Nancy pelosi. Full-on desperation. Reeks of desperation. She's on the record. Discussing the very concept of lowering the voting age to sixteen. ACLU about it. Regards. Speech as far as sixteen year olds. Where do you see that going into the future? Well, I disagree with the ACLU on this. In terms of legislation. We couldn't be proud of an HR. This is about the role a big dark special interest money in politics, HR one. So we're clear is about limiting free speech. The ACLU is opposed to HR one. Just you know, exactly how strange bedfellows are on this subject. Tony cats. Great to be with you eight three three got Tony eight three three four six eight eight six six nine. But the question that was asked by Keri Pickett of the daily caller. Was where are you on the voting age lowering the voting age to sixteen and she gets to that answer. Empowering small donors. It's about ending voter suppression. It's about making districting fair. It's it's it's really a source of joy and hope to so many people in the country on myself. Personally, speaking from my caucus myself. It's always been for lowering the voting age to sixteen I think it's really important to capture kinsman they're in high school when they're interested in all of this. When they're learning about government to be able to vote. That is not necessarily, you know, another word some of the priorities in this Bill that transparency and openness and accessibility. And the rest she wants to capture the kids. I mean, this is this is an incredible way to say it. But at least it's honest owning h to succeed, I think it's really important to capture kinsman they're in high school when they're full on desperation. I. I have high schoolers who listen to the show high schoolers follow me on social media. And I'm and I'm never shy about two very important subjects number one. There's no such thing as a first amendment rights in highschool. No such thing as first amendment rights for students. Just doesn't exist. You go to school. That's what you do when they say. Oh, yes. We allow the students out to protest, but that that was that protests on your own time. When you do it in school and the school sanctions that it's not a protest. It's an activity it might as well be followed by punching cookies. Number two. You have to be twenty one to buy a gun, but you can vote at sixteen who the hell fuck this up. After the shooting Marjory stoneman Douglas high school, all we were told that we have to raise the age purchase a firearm. Dick sporting goods, which has now decided to get out of the gun business altogether. They decided on their own they were going to raise the age. They were not going to sell a long rifle to anybody under the age of twenty one states tried to change the laws like Florida to make sure they didn't sell long rifle to anybody under the age of twenty one because you can't be trusted with long rifle under the age of twenty one but sixteen year olds can vote. Yeah. Sure makes perfect sense. We are. So completely dishonest. About the very concept of the very idea of childhood, and adulthood. For political purposes. Look at how these people move and maneuver. You can't drink until you're twenty one. You can't purchase a firearm until you're twenty one. Now, they wanted to be you can't smoke until you're twenty one. But you could stay on your parents insurance till you're twenty six and you can vote when you're sixteen and you can have an abortion any damn time. You like. Oh, my. The abortion ones always interesting because there are some kids who actually can't tell their parents. This is another cultural fail to which we can work on. I argue that also very small number of kids. But it is amazing the places that we're willing to tell children they should have full agency. Full Rome full reign. Abortion and voting I put forth to you. The no sixteen year old can understand the issues. Well enough to vote they don't have the capacity. I would also argue that no eighteen year old does either. But we've decided that eighteen is the age of consent. And therefore we allow them to vote because we're more than willing to send them to war at eighteen. So I'm not going to sit here and somehow push for something. I know I can't win. I have before I have another subjects. But goodness gracious lowering the voting age sixteen is about desperation. Nancy Pelosi knows her ideas can't win a nation. She knows she has a problem culturally. And she is trying to secure the opportunity to grab people with heads full of mush who like things that are free to be able to get votes because the power is more important than the people. She has no interest in country. She only has an interest in party. Her ideology is more important than her humanity. Sixteen year olds allowed to vote. It is an ignorance concept that is only put forth by the most ignorant of people. The military. Has made a decision on the transgender? I talked to military dot com. Hope sack about what this means. That's coming up..

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"nancy pelosi nancy pelosi" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"nancy pelosi nancy pelosi" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Our three Ben Ferguson showed I stab you with us. And let me give you a quick recap of where we are. We have a real chance of another government shutdown or the president United States of America. Deciding declare save emergency to get the wall on Nancy Pelosi, India's if you'll let's start off with Nancy Pelosi Nancy Pelosi held a press conference where she made a very blatant statement about wall funding. This is the same woman and has let me know when that because it's the same woman. That said if you reopen the government Mr President will negotiate on border security now she's saying that since the government's reopened massacre. You know, listen to this that there's not going to be any more money in in the legislation. The. However, if they have some suggestions about certain localities. Where? Technology some infrastructures. I said about the ports of entry. We might need more ports of entry some roads. That's that's part of negotiation. Now, Donald Trump responded to that. And had a couple of different things to say one of the things that he had to say about this was that look we're looking at all options, we realized that there's a good chance. That, you know, the Democrats are gonna refused to play ball with us in that may be possible government shutdown or it could be we may we make a decision. Which is clear save emergency. Here's what the president had to say. In response to Nancy take a listen open. Borders are very bad for our country. Crime comes in drugs Uman traffic in so many things, but let's talk about.

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"nancy pelosi nancy pelosi" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"nancy pelosi nancy pelosi" Discussed on KCRW

"Record their presence by electronic device and their names would be reported in alphabetical order by state. They have to convene house essentially, they have to get everyone there because they're going to elect the leadership representatives who have not obtain their voting ID cards may do. So now in the speakers lobby. So it was around this time the ice snuck in myself to the house press gallery balcony, and I couldn't help noticing. How really different the energy the appearance were on the two sides of the house on the democratic side. It was youthful and loud and a little kind of chaotic children running around. And there was kind of. See of clothing there was a Palestinian through a Muslim head scarf. That was a Pueblo address and on the Republican side by comparison, it it was really kind of stark. Yeah. It was pretty striking. I mean, I think part of it is just the demographics of the new democratic class, and you know, the democratic caucus has already pretty diverse. But this new infusion of members really made that a lot more pronounced. And they made a point today of like really strutting that displaying that. Well, I mean, Deb, Holland who is the first native American woman in congress made a point of wearing her traditional Pueblo drafts with the moccasins and like the beautiful turquoise and silver jewelry, and you know, she did that because she was making a statement. And, you know, the first Palestinian member more her as you mentioned Thole, and again, that's not something she wears every day. But it's because they wanted to take note of this moment and have the world take note of this moment that you know, this is different. Is a different face of congress. And on the Republican side. It was a lot of men in business suits and ties and women in like solid colored sensible business dresses, and then you know, the mood. I think was also just more somber. They're losing the majority and they're much less relevant in the current environment divided government pursuant to law and precedent. The next order of business is election of the speaker of the house of representatives. So basically, not kind of unfolded for a while until they got to the point where they had enough members present on the floor nominations are now in order to actually start the little the clerk recognizes the gentlemen from New York, mister, Geoffrey, Geoffrey, who's the head of the democratic caucus gets up to make his nominating speech. Nancy Pelosi Nancy Pelosi a voice for the voiceless a defender of the disenfranchise this super high energy nominee squarely behind her today. He ends with saying House Democrats are down with NDP or down with MVP..

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"nancy pelosi nancy pelosi" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"nancy pelosi nancy pelosi" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Win when your son looks at you and says momma, look, you one bullies don't win because we're going to go on there. You're going to impeach the. Impeach the F until you see what's happening here. And now, this is Nancy Pelosi's house this is and this is, you know, hours after being sworn in Nancy Pelosi Nancy Pelosi wasn't even sworn in yet. So what do you think they're focuses Jack? Oh, they're going to try to impeach the president. But I got a hot flash for stupid there. And that is that they can impeach the hell autumn. But it is the Senate that makes the decision on whether he is actually removed from office, and that's probably not going to happen because the Senate is still controlled. And I sure hate to tell Rashida. L E coli whatever name is they're unhinged jet. Brad Brad Sherman. Congressman at a California said yesterday, he reintroduced articles of impeachment that he had filed last year. So they're they're going in there going all in. Impeach him. No question about that. But like Bill Clinton, they ain't gonna be able to remove him from office because that's the job of the Senate. And the last time I checked the Republicans are still in control of the Senate. So they can do that all they want. It's amazing to hear that though talking about bullies not winning and then dropping an f-bomb like that saying we're going to get him. We're gonna impeach him on no action crows the bully. What about I mean, we got that knucklehead from Georgia in there? And you got people like this Rashida Talib is it to live is that the way they pronounce it ally alive till I you pronounce the I b I'm not familiar with Muslim nation. So. Anyway. And is she the one.

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"nancy pelosi nancy pelosi" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"nancy pelosi nancy pelosi" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Back the coughing attack. So we've got a starring in stammering octogenarian white woman. I as the leader of the democrat party has and these pseudo leader who want to be leader of the democrat party can't stop coughing. You know, it's that is great that. It's a really good point. And you know, there may be an advantage that could be gained here by by President Trump. If for no other reason than you know, he's really good at the apprentice kind of stuff and setting people kind of against each other. If I'm President Trump, I'm thinking like maybe day one or two of the new congress. I might invite Alexandria Cossio Cortez to the White House for lunch just to have her show up at the White House just to make Nancy go bananas just to just just to make her feel like what are you doing? Got up staged by a millennial. Andrea, whatever her name is Cortes mattress Catholic. I think Nancy actually looks at her with a little bit of envy. It's like, you know, David Horowitz says inside every liberal or progressive of the totalitarian screaming to get out. Just you know pile sixty years on on Alexandria. And that will be Nancy Pelosi Nancy Pelosi wanted to be a socialist. But it just wasn't in vogue at the time. Oh, it's a great point. That's a great way to put it. I can't I would love to hear President Trump talked to Cossio Cortez go. It's so wonderful, you represent queens. I own these buildings in queens. Look at the building I built here in queens. This is awesome. I'm from queens. Do you build in queens? Exactly Jaffa Cheeto goodstuff may Megan Barth is the co chair of red wave pack red wave America pack, right wave America, pack and the media equality project. She serves as the national spokeswoman for media mediaequalizer dot com, which is the leading online watchdog for the intersection of media technology, and politics, and of course, the proprieties or proprietor of Reagan, babe dot com as well. Right. You got it. All right, go go. Go readers stuff. Go read your stuff over there. It's dynamite. Stuff. I always loved catching up with you have a have a lovely rest of the week. We're going to have rain, and then we'll pick it back up next week. How about that sounds great Taty next week breath? Thanks, my friend. That's check. And Megan Barth checking in we still got room on the board for you. If you want to have a thought Neil stay there. I'm gonna come to you. I know you wanna talk about the genetic editing, and I want to give you a fair shot. I don't want to just cut you off your real fast, eight hundred seven sixty K, I'm be it's the Brentwood will show AM seven sixty talk and breaking news, a m seven.

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"nancy pelosi nancy pelosi" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"nancy pelosi nancy pelosi" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"It's a big number, and it's an it's an important number if they're voting as a bloc, right? I mean, if they're if they are in presumably, right? They're coming up with at least, maybe they don't write it down or maybe they do, but with basically scoring mechanism these votes that you need we need you to take these votes. If you don't take these votes, we give you a seem Linus or a D or an F. And if we give you a debt enough, we're going to be out there or even a D we're going to be out there. And we're going to be supporting a progressive challenge to challenger to you in your district. And so that. That makes a big difference. If you're voting like a block, right? It doesn't matter. I mean, your size is is less relative freedom caucus, my son's thirty people. Yeah. I mean, we're talking we're talking about a third of what the progressive caucus likely to look like. And now it's not going to be quite as cozy as the freedom caucus. I think that's pretty clear, but even if it's minimally cohesive giving the margins in democratic in in the house next year. You don't need that many to to swing votes. Right. Okay. So progressive caucus is is a new, and so what did they what was their first sort of like, I don't know if it was their first, but it feels like it was their first real exercise of this. I don't want to say thority, but this power. Yeah. This was a definite power. So, you know, we have this leadership sort of battle with Nancy Pelosi Nancy Pelosi needs not only majority of Democrats in the house to vote for this week to be their nominee for speaker. But on the floor because of the way it's structured she needs. A majority of all members in order to get the speaker, which means she needs virtually every democrat to vote for her on the floor in order to to become speaker. And that gives members some power to dictate terms and the progressive caucus new this sought this had a meeting with Pelosi where they said, hey, look, we're forty percent of this caucus. However, we don't get forty percent of the seats, particularly on key committees. And four for them are domestic and then one of them is separate more talk about them separately, but the four domestic policy committee through which all domestic legislation runs. We're talking about the appropriations committee which sets the funding and appropriate money. We're talking about the ways and means committee, which is mainly tax policy and trade we're talking about the energy and commerce committee where healthcare legislation and climate legislation would go through and we're talking about this financial services committee, which is financial regulation and housing policy in all sorts of other things so those four committees and then separately the intelligence committee, which only has one progressive caucus member out of its nine. The other four are all under that forty percent marker. And and and the progressive caucus said we want forty percent representation we want proportional representation. On all of these committees. And Pelosi said, yes, you can get that we will restructure so that you get that committee proportional representation, and that's a very big deal. Because the these are the places where this legislation will initiate when you're thinking about almost everything that progresses are moving to one. Whether it's legislation on prescription drugs legislation on single.

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"nancy pelosi nancy pelosi" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

14:59 min | 2 years ago

"nancy pelosi nancy pelosi" Discussed on WRVA

"Courage. Glenn beck. Nancy pelosi. Nancy pelosi. She cares about you kids. She does she's from California. She's doing everything she can now to make sure she's reelected in January tour spot as house speaker. Now reasons Nancy Pelosi could give because she's led the democratic caucus for sixteen years and under her, you know, the house did shift hands. In fact, it was speaker Pelosi that was under President, George W Bush and Barack Obama no reasons he actually gave. Well, she's a woman and really what more do you need to say really during an interview on CBS Sunday Pelosi said, you can't have the four leaders of congress and the president of the United States these five people and not have the voice of a woman. Why not? I mean, I thought women were no different over all. They are. I forgot especially she went on to say when women are the majority of the voters the workers in the campaigns. And now this glorious victory. Thank you comrade. It's the pink wave. They're calling that now the pink wave a rise in women politicians supposedly in reaction to Donald Trump. Now, here's the general argument as described by politico, quote, push her out and men may take over the party at a time. When more than one hundred women are heading to Capitol Hill and after female voters have been thoroughly alienated by President Donald Trump embrace her and she'll prioritize legislation empowering women on issues ranging from equal pay to anti harassment legislation. Now, of course, she has reason to use identity politics instead of merit. Because there's an effort to to unseat her because a lot of Democrats don't like the things she's claiming our victories at least nine representatives have come forward. And said that Pelosi will be out fireman. Velvet-velvet said I'm one hyper confident we can forge new leadership and this led by Representative Ed Pearl mutter from Colorado. These are the representatives have openly called for Pelosi's outing Bill foster Seth Moulton from Illinois the democrat from Massachusetts woman while she's a sell out tour gender. Kathleen rice, Tim Ryan from Ohio, Kurt trader from Oregon, Connor lamb from Pennsylvania and also from Texas campaign staff for incoming representatives of Abigail span burger from Virginia Jason Crowe from Colorado. Have also said they're not going to be voting for Pelosi. If they have a single ounce of dignity left. They won't. And it won't be because she's a woman. It's Wednesday November fourteenth. You're listening to the Glenn Beck program. So my staff of millennials are talking about adulting. I don't even know what adulting is and a quarter life crisis is a quarter life crisis. Well, we're about to find out a JP poke Luda is a is a an author of a book called welcome to adulting. And it is it is taking millennials by storm. Welcome JP. How are you? Hey, I'm doing so great. Thanks for having me on Glenn. You bet. Okay. So so JP adulting. What exactly is adult thing? Well, it is the practice of behaving in a way characteristic of a responsible adult, especially the accomplishment of a mundane. But necessary task if that sounds like I read that from the dictionary. It's because I did it's a it's a new word. We just put that in the dictionary last year. And so it is official. So this is something that we used to just do naturally when you were eighteen you were at least in my household. You're kind of expected to go out and earn your own way. And you know, you're an adult now get out. And now we now what what why the breakdown of this thing that has always been natural. Well, I don't know that it's always been natural. I mean, I think I think hindsight is always twenty twenty when we look back on our own development, and how we've grown up, and I know what they're saying about millennials and young adults today the delayed adolescence, they're lazy narcissist. And I don't think that's entirely true at all. Yeah. Entitled and all of those things. And and I appreciate you know, it sounds like we may have a shared perspective on that. Because I, you know, I it seems like we've all we all need help growing up and exist in different times and whatnot. And I what I look at the future. I'm I'm hopeful. I I think these guys they need leaders they need people to inspire them. But I think they're they wanna do something great. They want to change the world. They want to do something bigger than themselves. And I hope this is a resource that helps them do that. Okay. So this is part of the this part of the problem. I think with suicides that are rising in millennials. And it is. That people just aren't convinced that they can make a difference that their life has. No. Meaning that there is no purpose to anything. And is this what the quarter life crisis is about? I think that's absolutely right Glenn. I think people are looking for purpose. I think they're looking in the wrong places. I think they have a thousand friends on social media thousand Twitter, followers, you know, whatever. And but no real relationships, and no depth, and no meaningful conversations, the they're not looking for hope in the right places. And so they despair, you know, they they want to be the number one and number two goals of millennials are to be rich and to be famous, and when they they hit the the wall of pursuing riches, and pursuing stardom they're left despairing, and they're looking for more. I will tell you that. Wealth and fame are gigantic imposters, and what really led me to my awakening in my thirties. Was I you know, I had accomplished a little bit of both and realized that's completely empty and then had no idea where to go. And where to find it Brad Pitt says the same thing Tom Brady says the same thing Jim Carey says the same thing Russell brand just came out. With a statement saying the same thing, you know, they they say, my friend Todd says the the richer infinitely better off than the poor. Because while the poor think a riches will bring happiness the wealthy. No better. And I think that's a true statement the same is with famous, you know, these millennials young adults and whatnot. They they wanna do something bigger than themselves. They just don't know how. And so there's this cry of their heart. The scripture says the data set attorney in our hearts, I think they're trying to feel that eternal void with all the things of this world, and they're just coming up empty, and so I think the generation your listeners the generation that has gone before them needs to be patient and take time sit down with them continue to tell the war stories of old tell us about the times. You know, of of you growing up the hardships that you face try to do so without judgment and asked lots of questions seek to understand become a student of your your children and grandchildren. And know that they they really there is a desire in them and may be hidden behind some airgun pride. But there is a desire in them to learn from you, I will tell you that. I don't think there was this spread of misunderstanding between generations. When I was a kid, maybe between my grandparents and and me because they grew up in the great, depression, but not my parents. And and me I mean, there was a misunderstanding. But things in the world. Have changed so much that when you talk to millennials now, fifty four you talk to millennials, and it is a different world. They see the world differently. They speak a different language, they understand technology and the world as it's going to be much better. And you know, I think they have a reason to be a little concerned if they don't have somebody in their life. That's an older generation going. It's okay. It's okay. It's it's really exciting. What you guys are facing is really exciting. And you're going to be able to change the world if you keep your head on your shoulders. Yeah. I think you're right. You have to have someone to talk to. I also think you're pointing to the right challenges with the information age, the boom of technology, you know, carrying a mega computer in our pockets everywhere, we know that does change a person. And so it's interesting what you say about the gap between you and your parents being smaller. I think that that's probably I would share your perspective and at the same time. I think that we all go through something I like to call kind of the the younger brother older brother syndrome, which comes I picked up from the biblical story of the prodigal son where I think we're all kind of the the older the younger brother at some point. And someone is patient with us, and you know, embraces us and extends grace to us. And then, you know, we're we're with the father and all right? And we grow up, and we overnight become the older, brother. And then we just. Look back with judgment, and we don't want to be patient with anyone else. And so I I try to you know, when I sit with someone who's young and naive and just like, I was and I'm sure am in ways. I can't see right now. Just to be patient with them. Seek to understand the world where they're coming from. What is their worldview, and and you'll point them the truth? So you're you're working now at waterfront or a watermark church, which is a great great organization here in in Dallas, Texas. I don't even know how was the youth population. There. I don't know the, you know, you so I spend all my time with young adults. So you're twenty to thirty five is the porch. I say all my time I teach on the weekends as well. Right services. I share that with Todd our senior pastor, but we have at the ports on a Tuesday night. We have about four thousand young adults here in Dallas amazing. And then and then we have another ten campuses around the country, and then another fifty thousand or so streaming online. And so it's it's become by God's grace, the largest young adult gathering in the in the country. So what is the number one thing that they are they are concerned about and and how can people were listening help them? Yeah. Appreciate your saying that I think well dating great at that point in your life, you graduated college. And you're you're trying to figure out how you can convince someone of the opposite sex to spend the rest of their life with you anxiety is a huge felt need right now as you talk about just growing suicide rates and depression rates. I think you have a generation despairing out of control. And so that's a huge felt need. But the biggest one you also touched on keenly is just searching for purpose. I think they're trying to figure out. Hey, you know, is that what is their God first of all? And if there is what is his desire for me. And how do I find my purpose in this world? And so that is I don't know that that's the felt need. I think the felt need can be more of the the dating innings -iety. But the real need the underlying need is is, hey, what were you created for? And that's where I think this this book the chapter two is all about purpose and finding. In your identity. I will tell you the name of the book is welcome to adulting by the way, and I'll tell you JP that if it, you know, I searched for answers for a long time. And in my thirties, I had a complete crash, and I lost absolutely everything. And it was only then that I was willing to look at the real answer which is God. And you know, he had been just as distant kind of thing that I believed in, but it wasn't really a real relationship etcetera etcetera. And I, you know, I it's not something that is being encouraged at all in a large portion of our society now, and and you know, churches seem so out of touch to so many millennials. I mean, it's different here in the south. But team completely distant in. God is kind of this distant idea. And I we were just listen in Somalia from from the wildfires in California. I don't think I've heard so many Californians talk about God effort. You know, when you're when you're really stripped down. That's when you start to find answers. That's when you, you know, in the midst of human suffering. That's where you find him. And they say there's no atheists in the FOX hole, and I we've seen that. We almost saw great awakening happened with when nine eleven occurred whenever there's whenever tragic hit. So we we turn to the creator. I've seen the same thing in Haiti when the earthquake hit and twenty ten you had the whole country coming around saying okay now turning from satanism to okay, we think there's a creator God. And that's that's similar to my story. Glenn? I mean sixteen years ago, I was at a bar on a Saturday night and was kind of everything wrong with Dallas. And a person was pretentious. I want to be a millionaire before it was thirty at the Jaguar in the penthouse condo. And and was you know, a girlfriend and another, you know, several girls and all of that just in one person, and I was at a bar and someone invited me to church. And I came to watermark. And I sat in the back row when I was hung over. I smell like smoke from the night before, you know, at the club, and I was addicted to sex addicted to porn, and I just begin to wrestle with who you know, who is God. And and really seeking that out. I looked at all of the world religions because I thought what are the odds I'd be born to the right country. If I was born in China, I'd be Buddhist or India. It'd be Hindu and Iran, I might be Muslim. And so I started studying started from scratch, I grew up in the church, but I was just like really had a biased against Christianity. And as I continue to explore that was overwhelmed by the evidence that pointed me to Jesus Christ..

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"nancy pelosi nancy pelosi" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

14:55 min | 2 years ago

"nancy pelosi nancy pelosi" Discussed on KNSS

"Beck. Nancy pelosi. Nancy pelosi. She cares about you kids. She does she's from California. She's doing everything she can now to make sure she's reelected in January tour spot as house speaker. Now reasons Nancy Pelosi could give because she's led the democratic caucus for sixteen years and under her, you know, the house did shift hands. In fact, it was speaker Pelosi. That was under President George W Bush and Barack Obama no reasons he actually gave. Well, she's a woman and really what more do you need to say really during an interview on CBS Sunday Pelosi said, you can't have the four leaders of congress and the president United States these five people and not have the voice of woman. Why not? I mean, I thought women were no different overall. They are I forgot especially she went on to say when women are the majority of the voters the workers in the campaigns. And now this glorious victory. Thank you comrade. It's the pink wave. They're calling that now the pink wave a rise in women politicians supposedly in reaction to Donald Trump. Now, here's the general argument has described by politico, quote, push her out and men may take over the party at a time. When more than one hundred women are heading to Capitol Hill and after female voters have been thoroughly alienated by President Donald Trump embrace her and she'll prioritize legislation empowering women on issues ranging from equal pay to anti harassment legislation. Now, of course, she has reason to use identity politics instead of merit. Because there's an effort to. Her because a lot of Democrats don't like the things that she's claiming our victories at least nine representatives have come forward and said that Pelosi will be out firemen velvet-velvet said I'm one hundred percent confident we can forge new leadership and this led by Representative Ed Pearl mutter from Colorado. These are the representatives have openly called for Pelosi's outing Bill foster Seth Moulton from Illinois the democrat from Massachusetts woman while she's a sell out to our gender. Kathleen rice, Tim Ryan from Ohio Kurt Schrader from Oregon, Connor lamb from Pennsylvania and also from Texas campaign staff for incoming representatives of Abigail span burger from Virginia Jason Crowe from Colorado. Have also said they're not going to be voting for Pelosi. If they have a single ounce of dignity left. They won't. And it won't be because she's a woman. It's Wednesday November fourteenth. You're listening to the Glenn Beck program. So my staff of millennials are talking about adulting. I don't even know what adulting is and a quarter life crisis. What the heck is a quarter life crisis. Well, we're about to find out a JP poke Luda is a an author of a book called welcome to adulting. And it is it is taking millennials by storm. Welcome JP. How are you? I'm doing great. Thanks for having me on Glenn cliche to you bet. Okay. So so JP adulting. What exactly is a dull thing? Well, it is the practice of behaving away characteristic of a responsible adult, especially the accomplishment of a mundane. But necessary task if that sounds like I read that from the dictionary. It's because I did it's a it's a new word. We just put that in the dictionary last year. And so it is official. So this is something that we used to just do naturally when you were eighteen you were at least in my household. You're kind of expected to go out and earn your own way. And you know, you're an adult now get out. And now we now what what why the breakdown of this thing that has always been natural. Well, I don't know that it's always been natural. I mean, I think I think hindsight is always twenty twenty when we look back on our own development, and how we've grown up, and I know what they're saying about millennials and young adults today the delayed adolescence, they're lazy narcissist. And I don't think that's entirely true at all. Yeah. Entitled and all of those things. And and I appreciate you know, it sounds like we may have shared perspective on that. Because I, you know, I it seems like we've all we all need help growing up and exist in different times and whatnot. And I when I look at the future. I'm I'm hopeful. I I think these guys they they need leaders. They need people to inspire them. But I think they're they they wanna do something. Right. They want to change the world. They want to do something bigger than themselves. And I hope this is a resource that helps them do that. Okay. So this is part of the this is part of the problem. I think with suicides that are rising in millennials. And it is. That people just aren't convinced that they can make a difference. That their life has. No. Meaning that there is no purpose to anything. And is this what the quarter life crisis is about? I think that's absolutely right Glenn. I think people are looking for purpose. I think they're looking in the wrong places. I think they have a thousand friends on social media, you know, a thousand Twitter followers, you know, whatever. And but no real relationships, and no depth and no meaningful conversations. They're not looking for hope in the right places. And so they despair, you know, they they want to be the number one and number two goals of millennials are to be rich and to be famous, and and when they they hit the the wall of pursuing riches, and pursuing stardom other left despairing, and they're looking for more. I will tell you that. Wealth and fame are gigantic imposters, and what really led me to my awakening in my thirties was I I had accomplished a little bit of both and realized that's completely empty and then had no idea where to go. And where to find it Brad Pitt says the same thing Tom Brady says the same thing Jim Carey says the same thing Russell brand just came out. With a statement saying the same thing, you know, they say, my friend Todd says, the the rich are infinitely better off than the poor. Because while the poor think a riches will bring happiness the wealthy. No better. And I think that's a true statement the same is with famous, and you know, these millennials young adults and whatnot. They they wanna do something bigger than themselves. They just don't know how. And so there's this cry of their heart. The scripture says that data set attorney in our hearts, I think they're trying to feel that eternal void with all the things of this world, and they're just coming up empty, and so I think the generation your listeners the generation that has gone before them needs to be patient and take time sit down with them continue to tell the war stories of old tell us about the times. You know, of of you growing up the hardships that you face try to do so without judgment and asked lots of questions seek to understand become a student of your your children and grandchildren. Know that they they really there is a desire in them may be hidden behind some pride. But there is a desire in them to learn from you, I will tell you that. I don't think there was this spread of misunderstanding between generations. When I was a kid, maybe between my grandparents and and me because they grew up in the great, depression, but not my parents. And and me I mean there was misunderstanding. But things in the world. Have changed so much that when you talk to millennials now, and I'm fifty four you talk to millennials, and it is a different world. They see the world differently. They speak a different language, they understand technology and the world as it's going to be much better. And you know, I think they have a reason to be a little concerned if they don't have somebody in their life. That's an older generation going. It's okay. It's okay. It's it's really exciting. What you guys are facing is really exciting. And you're going to be able to change the world if you keep your head on your shoulders. Yeah. I I think you're right. You have to have someone to talk to. I also think you're pointing to the right challenges with the information age, the boom of technology, you know, carrying a mega computer in our pockets, everywhere, we go that does change a person. And so it's interesting what you say about the gap between you and your parents being smaller. I think that that's probably I I would share your perspective and at the same time, I think that we all go through something I like to call kind of the the younger brother older brother syndrome, which comes I picked that up from the biblical story. The prodigal son where I think we're all kind of the the older the younger brother at some point. And someone is patient with us, and you know, embraces us and extend grace to us. And then, you know, we're we're with the father and all right? And we grow up, and we overnight become the older, brother. And then we just. Look back with judgment, and we don't want to be patient with anyone else. And so I try to you know, when I sit with someone who's young and naive and just like, I was and I'm sure am in ways. I can't see right now. Just to be patient with them. Seek to understand the world where they're coming from. What is their worldview, and and you'll point them the truth? So you're you're working now at waterfront or watermark church, which is a great great organization here in in Dallas, Texas. I don't even know how what's the youth population? There. I don't know the, you know, you so I spend all my time with young adults. So you're twenty to thirty five is the porch. I say all my time I teach on the weekends as well. Right services. I share that with Todd. Our senior pastor. But we have at the ports on a Tuesday night. We have about four thousand young adults here in Dallas amazing. And then and then we have another ten campuses around the country, and then another fifty thousand or so streaming online. And so it's it's become by God's grace, the largest young adult gathering in the in the country. So what is the number one thing that they are they are concerned about and and how can people were listening help them? Yeah. Appreciate your saying that I think. Well, dating great at that point in your life. You graduated college. And you're you're trying to figure out how you can convince someone of the opposite sex to spend the rest of their life with you anxiety is a huge felt need right now. As you talk about just growing suicide rates and depression rates think you have a generation despairing out of control. And so that's a huge fell need. But the biggest one you also touched on keenly is just searching for purpose. I think they're trying to figure out. Hey, you know, is is there a God first of all? And if there is what is his desire for me. And how do I find my purpose in this world? And so that is I don't know that that's the felt need. I think the felt need can be more of the the dating and anxiety. But the real need to underline need is is, hey, what were you created for? And that's where I think this this book the chapter two is all about purpose and finding your identity, I will tell you the name of the book is welcome. Adulting by the way, and I'll tell you JP that if it, you know, I searched for answers for a long time. And in my thirties, I had a complete crash, and I lost absolutely everything. And it was only then that I was willing to look at the real answer which is God. And you know, he had been just as distant kind of thing that I believed in it wasn't really a real relationship etcetera etcetera. And I. It's not something that is being encouraged at all in a large portion of our society now, and and you know, churches seem so out of touch to so many millennials. I mean, it's different here in the south. But seemed completely distant in. God is kind of this distant idea, and we were just listened him Somalia from from the wildfires in California. I don't think I've heard so many Californians talk about God ever. You know, when you're when you're really stripped down. That's when you start to find answers. That's when you, you know, in the midst of human suffering. That's where you find him. And they say there's no atheists in the FOX hole, and I we've seen that. We almost saw great awakening happened with when nine eleven occurred whenever there's whenever tragic hit. So we we turn to the creator. I've seen the same thing in Haiti when the earthquake hit in twenty ten. Yeah. The whole country coming around saying okay now you turning from satanism to okay, we think there's a creator God. And that's similar to my story. Glenn? I mean sixteen years ago, I was at a bar on a Saturday night and was kind of everything wrong with Dallas. And a person was pretentious. I wanted to be a millionaire before I was thirty at the Jaguar in the penthouse condo. And and was you know, a girlfriend and another, you know, several girls and all of that just in one person, and I was at a bar and someone invited me to church. And I came to watermark. And I sat in the back row when I was hung over. I smell like smoke from the night before, you know, at the club, and I was addicted to sex addicted to porn, and I just begin to wrestle with who who is God. And and really seeking that out. I looked at all of the world religions because I thought what are the odds that'd be born to the right country. You know, if I was born in China, it'd be Buddhist or India, it'd be Hindu and Iran, I might be Muslim. And so I started studying started from scratch grew up in the church, but I was just like really had a biased against Christianity. And as I continue to explore that I was overwhelmed by the evidence that pointed me to Jesus Christ..

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"nancy pelosi nancy pelosi" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

08:27 min | 2 years ago

"nancy pelosi nancy pelosi" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"On iheartradio. Yeah. Enjoy the stimulation. Hey, upside down version of that. That's a joke on social media. You'll see it at Rush Limbaugh dot com. The it was it was they're claiming it was an accidental design and it had to be pulled. Regardless. I'm happy that we have the opportunity to demo this for you today, folks. Now, what was what was it? A Nancy Pelosi. Nancy Pelosi is out there in addition bragging about winning the house. She is saying that subpoena power is a wonderful weapon that have in your quiver. It's a wonderful arrow to have in your quiver. Now. This is Representative illustrative of the fact that they believe everybody hates Trump the way they do. And that everybody wants to see Trump in jail charged with something frogmarched out of the White House. They want to see Trump investigated. They're already there's a story here in the in the week, which is a left wing oriented publication. How the Muller fairytale ends. There's two or three of these stories out there. Now, this is just the latest about how political had one we told you about it yesterday. Don't get your hopes up. It looks like the Muller reports not gonna have anything. In fact, it may never even be made public. Politico said yesterday. All kinds of warnings. Now from the drive by media cautioning people to lower their expectations on the mullahs report. Do you know, there are Democrats? There are educated Democrats who literally have believed all this time that Muller has the smoking gun. And it's just a matter of time that Muller is going to reveal the proof in the evidence that Trump stole the election. This is how deranged they are. This is how distant and absent they are from common sense and reality. There's something not right about these people folks, they've gone off the deep end and collectively saw this is not just a a few Democrats a few leftist. This is pretty much all of them believed to one extent or another that Muller has the goods because the goods are there to be found, even though the media haven't been able to find a report them they've got this hope invested so now two or three different stories warning Democrats the lower their expectations and this latest one here from the week. It's a it's a really long piece how the Muller fairy tale ends. The author Matthew Walter hates Trump. He's bitter. He's bitter about having to admit that the investigation has gone nowhere. That's why he's calling it. The Muller fairy tale. They've really believed despite the absence of any evidence, despite what there is to know about how the FBI stacked the deck and planted spies and invented the Steele dossier that was Hillary despite all of this that's known they either don't know it because they have exposed themselves to media reporting it or they have heard it and are ignoring it. We're we're we're actually in a political battle with people who are not right. Mentally forgive emotionally. These people are not right. Mentally, see them protesting. Mitch McConnell and his wife having dinner at a restaurant and Kentucky. They're not right. There's something really really off about these people. And I think they've been driven to various degrees of insanity by professors, teachers and the media. They've been lied to for so long about things that the things they expect to happen things. They think are real are. So devoid. Of reality and truth that they're unable to accept it. Jim Jim Jim Acosta having the president whip people up at rally after rally he says is the most depressing thing he's ever seen as a journalist. This is the citizen CNN conference yesterday in New York City. If you wanna ask me, what makes me the most depressed about my job. It's covering the rallies, and it gets to the larger point of what it's like covering the president United States, and in particular, Donald Trump in many ways, the danger is not what Trump is doing to America. The danger is how America is changing under Trump. And I never thought I would see the day where I would go to a political rally, and you know, people will give you a hard time, you know, people yelled at me at Hillary Clinton rallies during the two thousand eight campaign, but at rally after rally after rally having the president United States where people up into a frenzy and attacked the press. To me is the the the most depressing thing that I've ever witnessed as a journalist, man. Oh, man. We're has this guy been to see Trump whipping people up at rally after rally and having people get mad at me as a journalist at the most depressing thing I've seen as Jim you can give you got all kinds of stuff. You can go be a waiter. You obviously, listen. Well. Mister Acosta, however was not finished somebody needs to walk the guy back from the ledge here. Thousands and thousands of people who are willing to join in. And do the same thing at the rally in Montana the other night when President Trump race, Greg Gianforte for body slamming Ben Jacobs. I remember looking over to the supporters in the crowd. And there was one guy one young man who was doing these body slam moves, and he and his buddies getting good laugh out of it. And then he looked at me. And he goes like this like, I'm gonna cut your throat, and you know, just. I went up to him after it was over. And I talked to him about it. And he was a sort of laughing about it. And I guess he wasn't serious about it. But to me, that's the Trump effect on America. What do you make this? So it's it's no different than when Trump is on stage. Hey, russia. Hey, russia. Maybe you can find Hillary's emails and media's looking for maybe you can find Hillary's missing thirty thousand acres, let the media they'd love to hear from you. Everybody. I'm letting the media has a heart attack thinking Trump is asking the Russians to hack Hillary server Hillary's already done the hack Hillary's already done, whatever she's done to hide the emails, no sense of humor. These people have no ability whatsoever to relate to people as they actually live. So Trump praises a guy for being able to body slam somebody they see no humor in it. They don't have any idea. How to relate to that? They see that. They think Trump. They really do. They think Trump is promoting violence. Trump is recommending and praising vulgar violence bodies lambing zone. But they just I have never seen. A group of people this large that is so distant and absent from reality from day to day life, and how people talk to each other. He goes up to this guy and the guy's laughing. Hey, man. Hey, Jim Acosta how you doing? I really didn't want to slit your throat you. I'm just fun with you, dude, you're out there trying to destroy everything. I believe in mister Acosta. I'm just having a little fun with you. So these people in journalism, they can go out they can destroy anybody. They want they can take shots at anybody. They want the people at that rally have respect for Trump. The media can do whatever they want to try to destroy Trump. But you let somebody throw it back on them. And it's a gigantic disgrace. It shows something terribly wrong with American culture. What's wrong with American culture is that the elites of Washington DC? Not only do not understand real life America. They don't like it much. They really have. I think what they hate about. Trump more than anything is those of you who elected him. I think that's what this really boils down to when you get down to brass tacks more on that when we get back. Somebody.

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"nancy pelosi nancy pelosi" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"nancy pelosi nancy pelosi" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Voice is rising to serve justice party is lost its vision and we're going to replace it with a vision goldman show this is a fight we can win the home of fierce independence intelligent dialogue and passionate logic is right here right now we're seeing a growing credibility yap here in washington this is the dispenser of fairness this is the unfiltered truth this is norman goldman or you could say that again we're seeing a growing credibility gap here in washington that's former speaker john boehner that several years ago and so times haven't changed that much but thank you so much being with me right here where we serve justice daily it is the norman goldman show rick our lawyer friend here in la is holding over with us we began having rick is having fun and i i don't blame him he's having fun with the spectacle that unfolded today in the house of representatives i mean it was a disgrace and by the way one of those disgraceful congressman on display today all republicans jim jordan of ohio and i hope you remember that name or heard that name jim jordan of ohio he's the guy who has now been accused i hope i have the number eight seven seven former wrestlers at ohio state university said that jim jordan new and a couple of them saying i told him directly jim jordan coleman liars they're saying jim jordan knew that they had been molested by the team doctor and jim jordan didn't do anything about it now nancy pelosi nancy pelosi you know she is is she is the house minority leader the leader of democrats in the house she now is politicizing that and that is our latest post on our social media sites the norman goldman show on facebook at normangoldman on twitter and that is i'm gonna leave that one up a while because i want to make that a giant national scandal is a giant national scandal joe paterno you remember him right wasn't that penn state nittany lions joe paterno career was destroyed because jerry sandusky and assistant coach under his under his supervision the the university's employee under his supervision right the jerry sandusky was molesting all kinds of boys and several boys bunch of boys and joe paterno knew about it did nothing this is the same situation jim jordan is a republican christian family values bible thumping bozo and so it's one standard applied to all evenhandedly so since the republicans of politicized everything where were the hearings on the four dead in nizhny air i haven't heard a peep about the four dead in this year but i sure heard a lot about the four dead in benghazi when we are politicizing the deaths of soldiers it's a disgrace our nation is falling apart and it's up to us to put it back together again and that's that was in the first hour you could ever free commercial free of course normangoldman dot.

Senator Schumer Calls Court Ruling Travel Ban Un-American

Scott Shannon in the Morning

01:10 min | 2 years ago

Senator Schumer Calls Court Ruling Travel Ban Un-American

"Educator that my family's been here for three generations and i knew my community i knew that this was always knew that this was possible she was also an organizer for former presidential candidate bernie sanders but was tending bar up until eight months ago crowley meantime was believed to be the next in line for nancy pelosi's nancy pelosi's job as minority leader in congress a federal judge in san diego ruling that the government must reunite migrant kids and parents who were separated the border the ruling also ends the family separation policy that recently came under fire from both parties but decision requires the government to reunite children under five with their parents within the next two weeks while republicans celebrated victory senate democratic leader chuck schumer says the supreme court ruling on the president's travel ban was just plain wrong this ruling did not make us any safer justices affirming the travel ban on several mostly muslim nations schumer said the five four ruling does not make the us safer the new york democrat also called the travel ban on american thousands of people expected to hit the streets on two wheels today they're already out there it's bike to work day in denver and if you're one of those using pedal power for.

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"nancy pelosi nancy pelosi" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"nancy pelosi nancy pelosi" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"The the speaker wave joe biden here saying that we were tarling and feathering the entire fbi but we have whom i talking about who's this who's the speaker the not out of the plus nancy pelosi nancy pelosi the other day she said that uh you know donald trump when this memos released was sending a bouquet to putin now democrats who is who is associate hitting the the do when you're saying that the executive branch is actually working in concert and we had this word treason throat around the other as a joke by president trump but is not as nasty pelosi not suggesting treason when the president is sending flowers to putin one item i yes yes it's floral trees in okay these it one eight hundred flowers yeah it's the same thing it's intimating the same thing but they have treason hypocrisy so they like to throw it around but if need a president trump make the joke about it then it's like you know at the end of the world is i think you seriously you know this is outrageous statements not patriotic and you know they have for a 'voliti so anyway you get my point long story short i mean it's just that the democrats are gonna like anything that president trump does add even though they're the ones caught redhanded here as it relates to the fbi tax and be um collusion to try to undermine the candidacy of donald trump and assists the candidacy of hillary clinton doesn't matter that he noticed the mainstream media is not recording out at the.

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"nancy pelosi nancy pelosi" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

WBAL 1090AM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"nancy pelosi nancy pelosi" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

"For a program that is not the american way so that you know the democrats stand strong in that kind of principle and not do this deal and then you have to see if the president is willing to pull the trigger on his own selfimposed deadline or should the democrats played that way to what you're saying well i i think the democrats have to continue to make clear that this should not be a bargaining chip so so i wasn't is what all about your biden right is it you really can never sorta tell exactly what his documentary i i you know he's saying essentially saying the politics shouldn't be politics which is amazing to me for a guy who basically have no career outside of politics that he's turning around and saying that we shouldn't we should naturally engage in the political process was the political process is always about given take it is that's the nature of the beast this is why you can never say on issues like climate science uh that uh that uh the climate scientists settled therefore we should do x y z no regardless of whether or not a the by public policy problem is a settled issue how you address that problem is always a matter of politics and politics is always a matter of negotiation isn't this exactly what the american people have done that of the left is talked about for the longest time and yet joe biden seems to think that you don't want the you don't want to have any sort of an actual horse trade are over this now he's talked about the wall uh you know if we could get into that but it but again at least right at least with the wall we're talking about something having to do with immigration nancy pelosi nancy pelosi who doesn't want to have any sort of a vote on keeping the government open i have i have lifing listen i think that the gop the house gop should band together they should take up the senate resolution than they shabazz said yes i know it's a massive budgetbuster it is and i want to deal with spending though i think given the economic growth projections that were looking at i'm a little less concerned obviously we need to rein in spending but i think there are other public policy issues that need to.

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"nancy pelosi nancy pelosi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"nancy pelosi nancy pelosi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To resign amid a sexual harassment uh claims on a controversy but conyers lawyers jess spoke to reporters uh and had this to say first of all it if not up to nancy pelosi nancy pelosi did not elect the congressman is hissy sure is hail won't be the one still the congress in a lee that decision will be completely up to the congressman he's not thought about that he's thinking about his health and that was a lawyer for a michigan congressman john conyers uh he is now any reportedly in the hospital at his home in michigan with stress related conditions uh according to a television station in detroit but there were were there was obviously a a a development in the story today when a democratic leader nancy pelosi a told reporters that the allegation as allegations against congressman conyers uh are serious disappointing and very credible in her words and she said it's very sad uh the brave women who came forward are owed justice and congressman konya should resign uh and that's right i we want to talk more about that and the other big story that we've been following today at the secretary of state word that he may be on his way out a white house spokeswoman sarah sanders saying in an emailed statement that there are no personnel announcements at this time it's sort of a non denial in denial but he is at the white house out louis going to bring in white house tea leader alex wayne in our bloomberg 991 studio to talk a little bit more about this can you bring us an insight there the second part of sanders' statement is kind of interesting where she says that uh tillerson another cabinet officials are helping the president complete a very successful first year and this is here they're they're on first year yeah i got it and secretary tillerson continues to lead the state department and entire cabinet is focused on completing this incredibly successful first year so he's there through the end of the year and then is that what she how you read that endo promises yeah that's that's our that's are sort of i think that's the code there uh but i i you know i would i would want.

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"nancy pelosi nancy pelosi" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

WBAL 1090AM

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"nancy pelosi nancy pelosi" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

"Congress conyers is in the hospital accused of sexual harassment of women in office his lawyer now joining us from detroit congressman late last night was taken to the hospital shortness of breath chest pains lied had it and dizziness congressman john conyers um was walking around in this whole has felt live head if and they rushed into the hospital i don't have any grow the updates as to his in visu health wise but i will give them to you as they come to me i also would like to address i would like to also address nancy pelosi serve statement which i'm sure all of you off are aware of at this juncture calling on the congressman to resign first of all it is not up to nancy pelosi nancy pelosi did not elect the congressman is she shearer's hail won't be the one still the congress in its elite that decision won't be completely up to the congressman he's not bought about that he's thinking about his health he's thinking about getting wale that is the nave focus of the family they would ask through their privacy at this time while he is being treated he is still in hospital as we speak there are two my count five of these allegations against outflanking there are four three or four gives the congress at the end of the day i was suspected nancy pelosi is going to have to explain what is the discernible difference between now frank and and john conyers that is the question that she is going to have the answers and again he's not going to be pressure by nancy pelosi or anyone else who stepped down the decision will be made by congressman conyers as to what his next courses that will not be today that not be tomorrow the congressman again is concerned about his health justices family is concerned with itself and we would ask you all to respect his privacy route he had not alas video the ruling apparently well the news coverage by the congressman john young australia in the fight and addressed the uh the veracity of nece wall with regard to this latest allegation while is not the latest allegations she came out on national television and what she told america was that she loves working for the congressman she worked for the congress man and supposedly endured uh the.

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"nancy pelosi nancy pelosi" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"nancy pelosi nancy pelosi" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"We have a vat chapter coming up today because robotic cooks are being introduced to the industry now nancy pelosi nancy pelosi made a precious little statement they're coming for dreamers just like they did for the intern japanese during world war two isn't she precious yes is ensure that pretty much blows out any deal the people think she may have made with trump and schumer about building a wall that's that's the latest um the latest conspiracy theory floating around dc that president trump has cut a deal with the democrats on building a wall through this whole dreamer package and some sort of amnesty for them which is aint happening and aint happening other players in this include mitch mcconnell rains note democrat but some days you may as well be um there's a rather cosy bunch abed mates you know it rarely is and i told you yesterday that mayor ed murray up in seattle reside because a victim number five coming forward accusing him of sexual molestation now i don't i don't really know what this means i have no idea what this means but we have since last year we have eleven may be more mayors that have been accused of sexual molestation it thick it it it it it sick are is it the power that's causing this or these peta files going into politics because it's a cover to something in the water it even if the nation why it's not it's nationwide and it's being covered up this is got to be a coverup from the highest levels it it's gotta be it is just no explanation for that many mayors to be accused of the same thing as battleweary ran away really weird what is like a fraternity the mayors the national mayors association and it's like come on behind closed doors us share stories i am a little bit strange grey range yesterday i had a story which turned out to be the big story the day according to your response.

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"nancy pelosi nancy pelosi" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"nancy pelosi nancy pelosi" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Of old people it is a geriatric a party the democrats idea of a fresh faces elizabeth warren a b what is she sixty eight sixty naido of bernie sanders the you all know the other fresh face and they democratic party nancy pelosi nancy pelosi has been the democrats house leader friday how long either majority or minority leader depending on whether they're in power or out of power in the house at a particular time but she's been their house leader for for a long time and she's led them into defeat and into uh we have a distinct minority status at least as of the of the president and periodically you'll hear reports that there are house democrats who are planning d'amato rebellion against her and try to replace her as the democrats leader but it never seems to come to anything and nancy pelosi persists year after year after year and when you listen to her talk now you know you can hardly believe it she's like maxine waters maxine waters the same way not coherent doesn't make any sense often wrong about fundamental facts have as a very difficult time just just speaking coherently in front of reporters and i wanna i wanna play a audio of nancy pelosi the that was recorded late in the day on friday she's talking to reporters and she's attacking the trump administration she wants to talk about the russia story which of course the democrats used to distract attention from everything else in washington and the clip is about a minute twenty seconds long and i want to play at an as we listen to adjust in it is cuts in and out its excerpts from from her talking to reporters in as you listen to it just think about a couple of things number one how how old and how inner ticu let that she is what a difficult time she has coming up with with the words that she's looking for and never to how the things that she has told make any sense then when we come back we're going to talk about it some more let's let's role the tape the actions of.

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