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"nancy pelosi school" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Welcome back to the Larry Elder Show. Larry Jones, Prescott Valley. I just heard on the Jennifer Horn Show there that L. A City Council has voted to give the retail workers a $5 raise and they were discussing the unintended consequences of this. Larry when the When the Kroger CEO is saying, Here's what's going to happen. If you force us to do this, you no longer have unintended consequences. He's telling you what the hell's going to happen. And on top of that, Larry tell me, the City Council person said that these people deserve it because they're putting their lives at risk. They are essential workers. Larry. How does five bucks an hour give them less risk in less likely to put their lives at risk during this time? I'm not sure I understand the logic here. They must have gone to the Nancy Pelosi School of decision making anyway have a great day. Triple 8971 as hate G Triple 89717243. I am Larry Elder. We are relief that could accommodate you. That's right. The Ralph and food for less in Long Beach is gonna be closed. They are Owned by Kroger. Because the city is mandated that the workers be paid an extra $4 an hour for the next four months. Now. These were stories that were already on the march and already said Kroger, and now they're gonna close him. L. A. Maybe the next next city to do it. Said he wants to add into additional $5 an hour to essential workers paychecks. So I guess Long Beach did not send the message to l A or l a did not get the message. But l a is now. Not just doing $4 an hour. They want to do $5 an hour. So if it's a stupid idea in Long Beach really going to be a stupid idea here in L. A Now that's leading to the growing calls for the governor. Be recalled. One time he was the most popular government, California the last maybe 50 years. His numbers have fallen. You know they're in trouble when the You have a new some team refers to the recall effort as a coup. And says that part of those involved in the coup are quote white nationalists, close quote. It's a big White national constituency here in California, you know? Jimmy is in South Carolina. Jimmy during Ilario the show. Thank you so much for calling. Hey, brother. I should enjoy your show. Thank you. I've got a problem, but I got a problem with the Said it What happened? They do what they do to the Republicans and Republicans cannot do anything to them. What is the problem? Jimmy? Yes. No, no, no. Go ahead, Jimmy. I'm sorry. They have been sighted. Many towns of I'm gonna take trump out tonight. We'll take him out. Beat the hell out of it. What It doesn't make any sense so they couldn't prosecute them. But they can't be. They can't be prosecuted. You know what I'm saying? Of course I know what you're saying. We've been talking about it all week. That Chuck Schumer outside the Supreme Court, all but threatening Gorsuch and Cavanaugh. You've got Maxine Waters, saying Gather around Trump Cabinet members like you know, they're not welcome anywhere. Anymore. We'll play the whole montage. The Democrats talking about fight, fight fight. Eric Swalwell had a relationship with a Chinese spy. He's hasn't lost his committee positions on the Intel committee. Adam shift, routinely lying about the evidence he seen tons of evidence hasn't lost his committee positions. Chelsea Hastings was a federal judge. Was prosecuted for accepting a bribe. $150,000 bribe. Was found not guilty. But the 11th circuit said that he had fabricated evidence and recommended that he be removed from the bench, which the Democrat led House of Representatives did 413 to 3. Passing 17 articles of impeachment the most I've ever done. Eight of which were voted on convicted by the Senate. And he was thrown off the bench. And then the man played the race card claim that he was a victim of a race of racial persecution and got elected to house. And it's sitting on the House Rules Committee, and it's what twice voted to impeach President Trump. You'll on Omar. Hasn't lost her committee assignments. Jews have brainwashed the world. Jewish lawmakers have dual loyalties hasn't lost anything in committee assignments. Chuck Schumer's 1974 racist scheme to get rid of black people out of an area in Flatbush. What's that? You didn't know about it? I've done a video about it. Go on. YouTube. I've written about it. Guy named J. Hom Nick, who was there when This racist scheme was hatched is written about it. American Spectator article is called race to the top Google it I've interviewed him a couple times on my program. We will that Nobody seems to care. Scheme to get rid of two buildings of black people out of the neighborhood because of racist neighbors, and Chuck Schumer was down with it. And pulled it off. Except he didn't anticipate they'd be able to raise enough money to move back into these much nicer places now. 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"nancy pelosi school" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"We have come all the way down. So I don't know why the press decides that is equivalent for me to come down further while they're not going up any further, So we're having our conversations to have a conversation with the administration of Good Faith Trust Secretary Mnuchin to represent something that can reach a solution, and I believe We can come to an agreement. However, at some point the public is going to have to see why 2.22 point four perhaps trillion dollars is necessary because because the president's denial of the virus and just resistance to doing anything to crush it has made matters worse in so many ways. The president's denial of the virus and resistance to do anything to crush it. These they'll say anything, folks say anything Just delusional nonsense, but orange Man bad as long as orange man bad, Whatever they say is fine. Like angry little Children. Orange man Bad Nancy here just just blathering on. You know, the Nancy Pelosi School of Negotiation is like theirs. Yeah, There's 10 trillion and we want And you're saying that that's too high. Okay, let's make it nine trillion, right? I mean, no, wait. Hold on. You're asking for too much money. If you're outrageous with the demands, it doesn't matter if you come down a little bit from your outrageous demands. You're listening to the Buck Sexton show on the most powerful name and top talk radio. 6 80 Wcbm Wcbm Baltimore. To come into our Tuesday forecast with some half inch toe one inch rainfall total specially late Tuesday. 67 are low tonight, increasing clouds leading edge of the rain marching across Kentucky and in the West Virginia and then rain showers. Thunder showers Tuesday 573 55 tomorrow night and cooler weather Wednesday with a chance for some white morning showers and a high Wednesday afternoon of 68. I'm Scott Larrimore, The weather Channel on talk radio. 6 80 wcbm Hate America Hate American history ate the American Constitution and the declaration. There are many, like American people. The American people are racist could only be one. America sucks. So elect us Democrats will fix everything you know, Mark loving way have the major cities and coma did New York during the virus, and Murphy did New Jersey going the virus Pritzker and Newsome yet turn it all over to them. That'll fix it. 10 on talk Radio six wcbm. Have you ever wanted to learn.
"nancy pelosi school" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"For joining us on the line is one of my favorite senator senator Mike Lee of Utah obviously he's been the subject of a lot of news he's been very critical of the trump administration's information giving when it comes to the attack on it because it's only money they killed one of the world's leading terrorist senator elite thanks much for joining show really appreciate it thank you very much damage could be which is always so when we start by sort of laying out your position on this I think that the media have sort of botched this thing it seems to me from reading your comments that there really much more about the constitutional authority of the legislative branch for the executive branch and not so much about you opposing in particular the the head on so I'm on is that correct that's right look within hours after the attack I issued a public statement when the first understood do so saying the American people are safer as a result of the fact that these guys gone what I then said what I look forward to a preaching hearing about what happened and where we go from here we have that briefing on Wednesday that Britain did not go so well in fact they were doling out information so and your initially that remind me of the fact that they were not well represented at present this president has been more respectful more deferential to the American people is that exercise of the commander in chief power than probably any other president in my lifetime and the presentation given to us by the prefers the other day didn't reflect that so it is what is your main criticism of the of the trump administration sort of policy with regard to executive power so that there's been a fair bit of talk about whether the president has authority to take out terrorists on short notice it seems to me that the president does have a pretty solid authority to do that however it seems like your critique is more about are there any limits to that authority what exactly the limits on the executive branch should be in terms of who the executive branch can take out without the without the go ahead of the legislative branch it doesn't work right I want to know most importantly what comes next what comes next what what we do he certainly connection stains no Kerry action by the US military against Iran if so I believe Congress ought to authorize that now look at the United States has implicit under article two of the constitution to respond to an actual working imminent attack I'm not disputing that I don't really know anyone in Congress who Dutch but we do need to have a conversation and we can't just pretend that all of us will work out just fine if we don't have the debate and the discussion secondly I was also frustrated about the fact that the details they gave us about the attack the other day which they said was necessary to respond to an imminent attack was inadequate but what we all understand and appreciate the fact that is within the president's authority but in order for that to work properly for the system to function as it showed we do need to know what happened so what do you think is the definition of evidence that should prevail here is I had a secretary of state micron hail yesterday he I was using give me the information I'm not a senator but when it comes to the the level of eminence that is required it seems like there's a wide variety of standards that are being used some Democrats are suggesting that the standard has to be we need to know is it in the next five minutes exact location how exactly the attack and go down and then there's these are broader standard which is that because some some money particularly has spent decades pursuing terrorism asking whether he's pursuing further terrorist attacks as as no robin commentary put it like asking whether to Dunkin donuts is going prepare donuts in the morning it's literally what the man did for a living so what sort of standard of imminent should be applied here yeah look there is no mathematical formulaic approach it is going to apply well in every circumstances and it's kind of a straw man in my opinion for those who don't want to share the information within the administration is saying well Democrats want to know down to the minute down to the second it down to that the one one hundredth of a degree latitude and longitude where and when the attack was going to take place at I'm not saying that you've got to have that level of specificity but we do need to know something we can know more details may give us more than just something bad was going to happen somewhere in return axe and we're not sure when but we're pretty sure it's going to be pretty soon no only when it comes to that image that pro little bit further on that I mean selling ani was you know rock the day after the embassy been burned he was in a car with a man who'd been in charge of burning the embassy in I I doubt they're getting together just to you know have coffee together or have a good time in and it seems very likely just from the outside there was some sort of information but yeah and you you're suggesting that speculation isn't enough and it sounds like basically you're hearing from me what you heard from the from the administration sounds like that level informations what was provided yeah yes exactly and my problem isn't that I believe they were speculating internally it's a they came over to give us a classified briefing in a class on environment in an underground bunker it's very secure underneath the capital and they did have information information that they were acknowledging they had but they were choosing not to share with us and I don't think it's appropriate that helps create a baseline from which we can ascertain where we need to go next well one whether to what extent we need an authorization for the use of military force against Iran or a declaration of war or something like that but without that information we can't do our job speaking with senator Mike Lee's a center yeah I I've said publicly I trust you on this sort of stuff because you're consisting constitutionalist when you wonder about the ledger domain of the executive branch when you wonder about the balance between legislative executive this is something you focus on actually take seriously I I start to get a little bit concerned when it's Democrats are pushing it simply because they don't give any dams about this Losi literally suggested just a few years back that the president of the United States need no congressional authorization to going to Libya and stay in Libya not just a one off attack on a terrorist but the actual military occupation of the country and in some cases providing material support on a consistent basis in a country where the United States had virtually no national interest what what you make of the Democrats pushing this at this time because it seems like a very weird point for them to push one again this particular hat seems to have been at the very least legal I understand that you're worried about future hits and where exactly the line is drawn but Democrats seem to be as saying that this had itself was illegal yeah and I don't share that view I think they're wrong I I think under three or four different theories date you can come up with a very valid justification for what they're doing I just wish they had been a little clearer in what they told us but look and the fact that they have not been consistent on this doesn't excuse Austin doesn't excuse Republicans or conservatives from staking out a position now it look I would I would choke all I was active in criticizing president Obama for what he did in Libya I'm not getting any authorization from Congress by the way you manage to stop by the Arab league and inform them and the one security council but not Congress high I was active and vocal appreciating him bam and on subsequent issues involving Syria in other parts of the world thank you Democrats have not been consistent on this doesn't excuse me from one of the tell a flag when I think it needs to be thrown and I'm not showing on the present United States ice with the present crop is handled this really well I'm just saying that he was poorly represented at this briefing the other day his brief first didn't show the same respect for the constitutional process but he does as a center I want to ask you change happen for just a moment and ask about the latest in the Senate impeachment the bottle so he has bigger the house held back the impeachment for no apparent reason apparently she thought she had leverage over a separate branch of Congress of which he has no leverage apparently her leverage was that she was gonna hold back impeachment charges that Mitch McConnell doesn't care no leverage to get Mitch McConnell to do what what she wanted him to do she's now announced today that she will in fact convey as of next week the impeachment charges so just tell this thing up for several weeks for no apparent and what should the impeachment procedures in the in the trial look like in the Senate I do think the witnesses should be called if so how exactly should that go but first log in portent point out that they're one of things that we talked a little Democrats and the liberal media and I know I repeat myself this consistently is that we in the fall don't call witnesses it's not the senators or the Senate as a whole calls witnesses each the either the prosecution or the defense and they can choose to do that now we have certain procedural tools at our disposal or we can decide the timing of the trial how long we're going to hear different things whether or not we want to hear certain pieces of evidence but we ourselves directed to it's premature to talk about whether there should be witnesses before we've even heard opening arguments that's what's so hard about Nancy Pelosi school thing well that coupled with the fact he was kind enough to tell your kids if you don't do your chores I'm not gonna let you do your homework for a whole year weird you know what that feels engines missing is that she was born on the wrong guy it is not much McConnell's fault it's not his call it's not because of any shelter none of this is noble war known until the trial actually starts and being prosecution and the defense search making its argument was in the center Mike Lee of Utah as generally I thought earlier this week you're speaking out about the sort of bizarre notion has been pushed by members of the left in the media that the Senate is supposed to act as a sort of jury that that makes McConnell is supposed to be an impartial juror in the same way that you would be if you were called for jury duty you're pointing out hold up a second this is impeachment proceeding which is inherently political I wonder if you want to speak to that yeah sure I wrote an op ed on fox news earlier this week what I said was that he didn't cooperate to describe the role of senators as jurors I understand the comparison they make they are comparable roughly in some ways but there are a whole lot more difference that makes the title on usable here for instance if you get called in for jury service if you know the point for the prosecution or the defendant where the plaintiff counsel for the defense counsel if you know anything significant about the underlying details of the case if you have any significant interest in it what connection to the outcome of the case or if you'll be influenced by it you cannot serve and you will almost certainly be excluded from.
"nancy pelosi school" Discussed on Opening Arguments
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"nancy pelosi school" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer
"Jerry Nadler, here in the situation room, just moments ago, telling me and I'm quoting him, now, it may very well, come to a formal impeachment inquiry. Let's get some reaction from our political and legal experts, and Gloria borger. What do you think he's, he's holding out that possibility? Very clearly, but he doesn't seem in any rush. You know, he he says it might come to that. But not so fast. I think he's in the Nancy Pelosi school here. How it'll end that is I'm gonna try and get people before my committee. He said to you. It's important that Bob Muller testifies. He thinks he's a public servant he thinks he's going to be able to get them to testify publicly because that is what they want important for the for the American public to hear what he has to say because not everyone has read the Muller report is imported out. So I think what he's saying to you is one foot in front of the other, and we're not going to be pushed into this. But first, we have to tell the story to the American public new also make clear. He wants to make sure that. There's a consensus among the democratic leadership that he and Nancy Pelosi the speaker on the same page. That's right in one of the things that he said, was at this point. There's just not the support in his caucus. Their course or this very vocal minority of folks who do one and peach man inquiry do one. I'm peach mate charges file, but they're not enough of them yet. We'll see how this goes day by day they're doing. They do seem to be louder and they do seem to be more of them. But I was just sort of struck by Jerry Nadler's basic tone. I mean, there was no sense of urgency really. If you've certainly compare him to what we hear from progressives in the folks, you really want to March and worth impeachment. He was very measured almost diffident in terms of where they stand right now in terms of this impeachment incudes interested. Bionic is nearly half of the Democrats on the judiciary committee want to begin some sort of formal impeachment proceeding, fifty nine Democrats in the house out of two hundred and thirty five want to do so, so it's not it's not happening yet. Well, and he made. They have been addressing some of their concerns by seemingly stating that what they're doing. Now is not so different from an inquiry. He said, they're just maybe a few levels of the process that would be different. If in fact, they did launch an official inquiry, but he made it seem I agree with the panel as if they are making inroads, and they are continuing to do the work that they are focusing on right now. Now what did stand out, and maybe it was just an oversight. But you specifically asked him if he was on the same page with Nancy Pelosi. He didn't say, yes, he also didn't say, no, but, but he did say, you know, if if that's what it'll take, we will get there. We're not there yet, but it didn't give you a yes or no definitive answer. Also from the legal standpoint, allure coats, would it make much of a difference in obtaining documents from the administration in getting witnesses to appear before the committee if there was a formal formal proceeding underweight as opposed to the informal employee that's going on. Well, yes, I mean the participator prosperity saying they've done their nose at it. Can. Continuously because they have to rely on the court to kind of enforce it and hope that the courts will say, there's no good legislative reason to have this and kind of dismiss it. But in reality, the impeachment inquiry, gives a great deal more power. They don't have to have legislative purpose as their basis. That is the constitutional purpose. That's there also opens the floodgates you don't have to the rule, sixty there have to think about the notions of whether or not they have to have is an oversight function alone. Is it tied enough? They need all these details for legislation. They could simply say, look the constitution guarantees the right to have oversight and accountability in the executive branch of government. We're doing just that. So it does open more avenues. But remember again, as we're all saying, this is the political process and political processes, don't have the same level of common sense, perhaps, as the judicial process going on, let's go to some other sensitive political issues glory of the former vice president, Joe Biden, and the democratic presidential front runner right now. He's facing some heat from some of his democratic presidential rivals over Biden, support for what's called the high demand -ment, which prohi-. Abyss federal funds from from funding abortion, with a few exceptions is this going to be troubling for the Democratic Front runner? Well, it's going to be troubling very much. So in the primaries, and you could see that Bernie Sanders is tweeted about kissing gillibrand is tweeted about a Jay Inslee tweet inbound of netted or work on and on. I got a bunch of pages, Harris. Right, there you go right at Tim Ryan Eric's. Well, well, Houlihan Castro. So yes, you see all the tweets on the skin. We have thank you for helping. Yes, it's going to it's going to be an issue, particularly since abortion, is going to be an issue, given given what's happening around the country in state legislatures. And given the fact that, that issue could very well wind up before it's court. However, let me have one little, however, which is should he get the nomination? I don't think it hurts him. He is looking beyond the primaries to a general election. I think that's right. Anything we'll get past presidential law. Democratic nominees of they've been where Biton was in terms of women. Hillary Clinton was in a different place on this. But also, even if you look at the democratic primary, there are some voters in the Democratic Party sort of the filing center of the Democratic Party, this won't be a problem with his stance on the Hyde amendment, conservative voters, moderate voters who are Democrats as well. Non college white voters as well captured voters religious voters in the south, so the voters that he's already doing well with I think this is the voters. He can't actually ride to the nomination. You see him already grabbing about a third of support now in this crowded field generally Generally, go. I want you to weigh in well, there is a big difference between the primaries and general election. And obviously for the first time you now, see democratic candidates really being able to jump on an issue. Remember last week they were defending Joe Biden when the president was attacking him overseas. Yet, this is an issue that plays to the left of Democrats in a lot of their supporters. This is also an issue. However, the Joe Biden has really stuck with his convictions throughout his career. You talk about a candidate evolving. He's spoken out publicly about the struggles that he's had with his own public opinion, its own his, his own personal opinion and his own religious views about abortion now. He has been a firm supporter of row throughout all of this, and he has said that, in fact, if this does become an issue brought before the supreme court that he would focus on codifying it into law. But when you go to a general election, general issue, most Americans, do not support federal funds. Paying for abortions at this point. So this could be something that in general remember, the president himself has flip flopped on this issue. He supported abortion before he didn't. So two different areas to focus on here. You know, the thing about Biden is that he's running a general election candidate right now is if he has a nomination which by the way, he does not. But everything we see about Biden is geared towards running against Trump. Everybody by there's more news we're covering right now including North Korea's brutal. Dictator vents his anger top officials in public. What's bothering.
House Democrat says support lacking for Trump impeachment inquiry
"Jerry Nadler, here in the situation room, just moments ago, telling me and I'm quoting him, now, it may very well, come to a formal impeachment inquiry. Let's get some reaction from our political and legal experts, and Gloria borger. What do you think he's, he's holding out that possibility? Very clearly, but he doesn't seem in any rush. You know, he he says it might come to that. But not so fast. I think he's in the Nancy Pelosi school here. How it'll end that is I'm gonna try and get people before my committee. He said to you. It's important that Bob Muller testifies. He thinks he's a public servant he thinks he's going to be able to get them to testify publicly because that is what they want important for the for the American public to hear what he has to say because not everyone has read the Muller report is imported out. So I think what he's saying to you is one foot in front of the other, and we're not going to be pushed into this. But first, we have to tell the story to the American public new also make clear. He wants to make sure that. There's a consensus among the democratic leadership that he and Nancy Pelosi the speaker on the same page. That's right in one of the things that he said, was at this point. There's just not the support in his caucus. Their course or this very vocal minority of folks who do one and peach man inquiry do one. I'm peach mate charges file, but they're not enough of them yet. We'll see how this goes day by day they're doing. They do seem to be louder and they do seem to be more of them. But I was just sort of struck by Jerry Nadler's basic tone. I mean, there was no sense of urgency really. If you've certainly compare him to what we hear from progressives in the folks, you really want to March and worth impeachment. He was very measured almost diffident in terms of where they stand right now in terms of this impeachment incudes interested. Bionic is nearly half of the Democrats on the judiciary committee want to begin some sort of formal impeachment proceeding, fifty nine Democrats in the house out of two hundred and thirty five want to do so, so it's not it's not happening yet. Well, and he made. They have been addressing some of their concerns by seemingly stating that what they're doing. Now is not so different from an inquiry. He said, they're just maybe a few levels of the process that would be different. If in fact, they did launch an official inquiry, but he made it seem I agree with the panel as if they are making inroads, and they are continuing to do the work that they are focusing on right now. Now what did stand out, and maybe it was just an oversight. But you specifically asked him if he was on the same page with Nancy Pelosi. He didn't say, yes, he also didn't say, no, but, but he did say, you know, if if that's what it'll take, we will get there. We're not there yet, but it didn't give you a yes or no definitive answer. Also from the legal standpoint, allure coats, would it make much of a difference in obtaining documents from the administration in getting witnesses to appear before the committee if there was a formal formal proceeding underweight as opposed to the informal employee that's going on. Well, yes, I mean the participator prosperity saying they've done their nose at it. Can. Continuously because they have to rely on the court to kind of enforce it and hope that the courts will say, there's no good legislative reason to have this and kind of dismiss it. But in reality, the impeachment inquiry, gives a great deal more power. They don't have to have legislative purpose as their basis. That is the constitutional purpose. That's there also opens the floodgates you don't have to the rule, sixty there have to think about the notions of whether or not they have to have is an oversight function alone. Is it tied enough? They need all these details for legislation. They could simply say, look the constitution guarantees the right to have oversight and accountability in the executive branch of government. We're doing just that. So it does open more avenues. But remember again, as we're all saying, this is the political process and political processes, don't have the same level of common sense, perhaps, as the judicial process going
"nancy pelosi school" Discussed on 710 WOR
"W O R tonight with Joe Cacho and least wheel. David are Sanni the senior editor at the federalists. And has a great story out today. What's left America would be a different country? If Democrats had their way, David thanks for joining Lisa me on W O ARA tonight. It's a pleasure. Thanks for having me. So David, your basic, your story has to thrust. Right. What it means to be on the left these days, and what would be left of America. What would be left of America? If all their policies were put in place. So just give me a vision. If let's say a democratic socialist won the White House in twenty twenty then you have a democratic controlled house. And somehow they take the Senate as well. What does the USA look like from that point forward? Well, I would just quickly say that I think another threat in my story is that that Donald Trump in essence corrupted the Democratic Party more principals, go constitutional principles and the Republican party. I think what it looks like is, you know, attacks on almost all concepts of constitutional norms, meaning, you know, getting rid of the electoral college, I direct democracy getting rid of proportional voting for the Senate. I mean, I'm not saying these things would all come true. But these are the arguments Democrats make in an essence ignoring courts, and basically allowing the federal government to intrude in the lives of Americans in ways that that far exceed anything else we've ever thought about. Well, if courts are involved, and I'm going to turn over to the former federal prosecutor on the team, at least we'll go ahead. Well, tearing down courts, I mean, what exactly do you think the Democrats would do David? Well, I think they would ignore. Well, first of all, I think they've tried to de-legitimize the courts, especially what we saw during the cabin or hearings where most senators and many democratic senators said that they were Asterix now next to the to the justices even though the president had won the election. Just as any other president had in history of America, though, the Senate had confirmed the nominee in the way that every other nominee had been confirmed. All of a sudden, we're talking about courts as if they're illegitimate, which they aren't which gives states the pretext to I think, ignore constitutional law. Well, the Justice though is in seated and his his vote will count with the other eight justices though, so I don't think that that really has much merit. Well, we're even today we're talking about court packing. I forgot who brought it up among the democrat. So I think they're they're looking for ways to ignore that court. I'm not exactly sure it plays out. And I lay out how we've gotten to this point in the peace. But I think that they're looking for reasons not to have to take you there. The court or not to have to listen to the court, David I'm curious as far as democratic control right now. In terms of who the boss's in that party? In other words, is it Joe Biden's party? Is it Nancy Pelosi's party? Is it Alexandria, Cossio Cortez or Ilan Omar's party? And it seems like the last two seem to get the majority of the media. Attention Nancy Pelosi took that back a little bit this week when she said that it wasn't worth impeaching Donald Trump that he wasn't worth it is that just so much more Pelosi saying, look, I don't want this party going too far to the left because that's not going to win this election, or does she really believe that it's not worth impeaching Donald Trump. Oh, I think that she knows that can't be done right now. And that it's a distraction from the other things that she's trying to do. I think I think weakening the president attacking the president is a lot more useful. I mean, I think Republicans probably regretted impeaching Bill Clinton years ago whose party it is. I don't think it works that way. I think there's an internal struggle right now. But it seems to me that all the energy and the use in the future is on the far left side. Not the not the moderate side. I mean, Joe Biden spends half half this time apologizing for his previous positions. I think that's a problem for the Democrats. May maybe this is how America's headed. Maybe this is how the Democratic Party is headed. But there's no I think it's hard to debate or hard to to to disagree with the fact that the Democrats have moved much farther to the left generally, and we're speak with David Hardesty. He is a senior editor at the federalist David you touched upon how Pelosi sees this as a distraction more or less if they were to go down the road of impeachment. Do you believe that a boomerang effect could happen? Then another. If they go down that road that you mentioned Bill Clinton that the same sorta result would happen that somehow the president becomes more powerful. More popular by being impeached. I think that many of his, you know, there are many people who would react that way on the right? You know, mitt reflexively I think if you had some evidence that there was wrongdoing. Muller Muller comes back with something that shows the Donald Trump actually colluded with Russia in a way that that upsets people, I think that it would be a different story. But from it seems to me they're intimating that that doesn't they don't think that that kind of evidence exists. So I think this is all just politics if you could impeach him and remove him, which wouldn't be happen. Anyway, with the Senate is it is I you know, I think they do it. But the camp. Yeah. So short of that, you don't think the Democrats are going to move forward shorter collusion. I don't think that they're going to move forward with impeachment. Now, I mean Nancy Pelosi school in charge of that party. Even if if there is pressure from the progressive left, I still think that that kind of decision is in her lap moving to the green deal. It seems to the new green deal. It seems to fairly easy to tear that down. But what has the Republican party offered to combat climate change? Nothing. They've offered nothing. Really? I mean other than actually over the last two years, reducing their national carbon emission through allowing more natural gas use and things of that nature. Nothing. But I don't think the most Republicans care very much about the issue. And that's actually I mean the point show on the Republican side that it doesn't even rank in the top ten in terms of Republican voters most important issues. Right, right. I mean, there's simply offering that they should do something about it. You know, it's what have Democrats done about deregulation? Nothing. You know, they have different concerns, and that's not one of them. And that's fair for Democrats to point that out one thing that I see gaining steam as far as democratic support in terms of things that they see important, and I see this more in public statements of democratic presidential candidates is the fact that they want to as you mentioned in your story, they wanna fix the electoral college, or they want to fix the Senate in terms of how many senators are seated per state or they want to fix the supreme court can use the example, for instance, you know, why should Wyoming. You know, this is this is their argument have two senators, and then California have two senators at at the same time or the electoral college, why shouldn't the popular vote just decide these things instead of the electoral college, and that seems to be something that's more and more popular in the democratic side, probably because Hillary Clinton got three million more votes than Donald Trump and still lost the election. I understand the value of of the electoral college, our because then all states have skin in the game. So to speak as opposed to loading up in California, New York and running up, those those votes. But is that something that you could see in our lifetime David as far as like the electoral college actually going away. I mean, it would be difficult to actually change the constitution that way, regardless. But I do think that it's far more popular, the popular vote ideas. Former popular even on the right, then we we would love that people who value disuse democracy with believe. So I could see it one day changing. And I think it's just simply people at least, I guess my perspective is that it's people not understanding why it's so important to have statewide so important not to allow Washington served of centralized control over the whole nation things of that nature. But yeah, I mean, it's popular it's popular with a lot of they don't understand why every vote count as strict direct boats, and I think that's problematic. But I think it's popular and we're speaking with David Harsanyi who has written this excellent piece in the Washington Examiner. He's a senior editor with the federalist President Trump has said a recent that Democrats hate the Jews. What do you think of this rhetoric? I think that it's a little too simplistic to lay it out like that. But I think the Democrats have a real problem with a few anti Semites in their party and a growing contingent that have fused. I think that are offensive to many Jews and that last week rather than rather than simply pass a resolution that condemned this particular person for saying particular things they went much easier route by again diluting it completely, and you know, just talking about all kinds of hatred rather than the one that was at play. And I think that there is a good case to be made that that's a big problem for the Democratic Party. David I want to switch gears just for a minute. You've just written a tweet just in the last few minutes about this college scam this cheating scam. And you say, I'm such a sucker. I've been telling my kids to study to get into good schools down me about what your first thoughts are as a parent. Well, it's I'm going through it. Now, you know with one of my kids, and it's just it's really really tough because you know, it's hard to get into good schools. You tell your kids to study what's super expensive. And then you hear people by buildings and get their kids in. There are other kids are getting because you know, you know, they're needy or whatever. And I'm not saying they shouldn't, but it becomes very hard because of the middle class person, you feel really squeezed, and if to get into these schools about a scandal where people bribing their way into these schools who aren't as good, you know, I haven't tried as hard and worked as hard. You just feel a little bit cheated. I think. I agree with that. I mean, I don't have to worry about this since my kids are only five and three. But either way I'm sure what were they looking David as far as where to go to school, pretty good schools. You know, you know, one one I'd say one tier and Dr league ghetto, and those are super schools to go to and in some cases, actually, Ivy league schools are even cheaper. I guess they have huge endowments and so on, but it's just it's just it's really frustrating to see first of all super expensive, obviously. But also how hard it is to get into. And and and you know, how people who don't maybe deserve to be there to get to go. And it makes you wonder how widespread this is. I mean, obviously forty people were wrapped up in this feeling it's going on with more than just forty people. David harness eight you are the senior editor for the federalist and a great column in Washington Examiner today, if you guys get out and read that very easy to find thanks so much for joining us on wer tonight. David thank you, David bluecross. Blueshield.
"nancy pelosi school" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Way she's equating the fact that as people had women had, abortions they could go into the. Workforce some women who had abortion during the workforce, already some had abortions and never went into. Workforce I'm sure some went into the. Workforce I, mean assuming that every single woman who had an abortion after nineteen Seventy-three went into the workforce contributed in total three and a half trillion dollars I I don't get that I mean a. Certain number people are. Employed at any given time, far fewer during the Obama years now but still there's, a? Given number some are female? Some are male some ours we found out the last couple of days in between. So you know I I don't get the? Argument, wasn't an added three point two over above what would have happened. You emails would not have taken the jobs I fixed it, makes as much stem Nancy Pelosi. School of economics that said we were going to, economic stimulus from foodstuffs that's a good point. I just figured with that we would. Just look, at the next generation of leaders right you know what I'm saying just kind of leave it out there for people to kind of digest Awesome awesome have a great night Roger enjoy enjoy your evening The five and five it's. The Brentwood hills show eight seven sixty talk at? Breaking, news that's Jim chevette he's got stories what's going on Jim the Mesa police are asking people to avoid an area on Queen. Street for the next four hours due to a gas leak several homes and. Businesses have been evacuated SD Gini Cruz, tend to the problem a car reportedly hit. A gas line. Causing the gas to escape into the air oceanside, is reopened its beaches hours, after a shark sighting earlier today a person spotted a hammerhead shark in the waters near the. Pier prompting the beach closure from Wisconsin avenue to harbor beach police. Have lifeguards say a final search turned up no additional sightings a seventy. Seven, year old oceanside man was found dead under suspicious circumstances today the man's. Wife found her husband at their home on north Tremont street when she returned from her job at a local nursing home shortly before seven police. Say. The. Man had suffered traumatic. Injuries. To his upper body You're never more than fifteen minutes away from the top stories of the day on the breadwinner Bill show AM seven sixty talk.
"nancy pelosi school" Discussed on WGTK
"Told me on facebook twitter and at mike online dot com dennis prager is coming up next on wgtk louisville news this hour from townhall dot com i'm bob agnew in washington congress is raising a friday deadline now to avoid the third partial government shutdown of the year must pass bending legislation that could be stalled by disagreement over a thirteen billion dollar rail tunnel under the hudson river that's being pushed by new york senator chuck schumer but is opposed by the trump administration there's also a fight over abortion republicans insisting any plan to stabilize obamacare include a prohibition against using that money to fund abortions democrats oppose and expansion of a high amendment as capitol hill correspondent wally hindes authorities have called on the person or people behind the bombings in austin texas to reach out to the police and let them know why they've been setting off explosives a police spokesman says investigators see what he calls similarities between the latest bombing and three others detonated earlier this month after a weekend of angry presidential tweets about special counsels russia investigation former white house chief of staff priebus was asked how he would advise the president i always think you know you'd have to err on the side of caution i think that these folks have been professionals have no problem with the job they're doing the selling salem radio network is important to remember that robert mueller was appointed by the trump administration not democrat nancy pelosi schools are closing early in the southeastern part of the country today because of the threat of severe weather including some tornadoes could crop up national weather service forecaster marcha dart says it's going to involve a mixture of wind shear and moisture blowing in off the gulf of mexico looking at probably scattered at least scattered thunderstorms developing as we go through the day some of which will be severe more than a dozen school systems in northern alabama announced they'll be dismissing students early today because of a line of storms forecasters say are going to pockmark the region on wall street it's been slow going the dow right now is down.
"nancy pelosi school" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Have made up a memo that isn't even true and they're lying to the america what are you going to do more the republican party has kept as i said crossed over to cover their deadly afraid of the russia investigation the director of the fbi obviously recently selected by president trump he got the memo he could have come out and said this was reckless don't release it with all due respect you really don't know what you're talking that right these down nancy pelosi schooling chris cuomo last night suggesting that the memo released by the house intelligence committee should not have been released in that it's filled with errors were also talking state of the union and delighted to be joined with the man who actually knows what he's talking about particularly on this score patrick j buchanan joins us so former director of communications for president ronald reagan nixon michael is how many presidents to you pac3 right gerald ford oh my goodness tell me this night i can only imagine your memories of this night the late night so working on the speech making sure everything's in place with reagan he innovated bringing guests into the galle so that he could point out up to the gallery look there there were living examples of his policies that he wanted to draw america's eyes toward where did that come from and what does trump need to accomplish tonight work i remember an airliner circle from national airport and apparently was iced or something but it hit the fourteen street bridge and went into the water and this individual one woman apparently was thrown clear of the crash was in the icy water in this fellow glenys cut nick can't believe was his name he swam out into the water together and uh and president reagan put her re put him right up there in the gallery in the place applauded but let me tell you anthony affect can arraignment if i can uh about another occasion down the state of the union and night 1987 cloud was director of communications hosting the luncheon for all the television anchors sand lake your tv reporters and and the president was in the oval office and he was going to come in and talk after may and someone came in and got.
"nancy pelosi school" Discussed on WCTC
"Thirty two those his two they had made up a memo that isn't even true and they're lying to the america what are you going to do over the republican party has as i said crossed over to cover up their deadly afraid of the russia investigation got the director of the fbi obviously recently selected by president trump he got the memo he could have come out and said this is reckless don't release with all due respect you really don't know what you're talking that right these down nancy pelosi schooling chris cuomo last night suggesting that the memo released by the house intelligence committee should not have been released in that it's filled with errors were also talking state of the union and delighted to be joined with the man who actually knows what he's talking about particularly on this score patrick j buchanan joints this former director of communications for president ronald reagan nixon microchips how many presidents did you sir pat three right craig girl fort briefly hope my goodness tell me this night i can only imagine your memories of this night the late nights at working on the speech making sure everything's in place with reagan he innovated bringing guests into the gala each so that he could point out up to the gallery look there there were living examples of his policies that he wanted to draw america's eyes toward where did that come from and what does trump need to accomplish tonight herbert where that came from work an airliner toco for national airport.