35 Burst results for "Next Two Years"
How Schools Spent Their Billions in Stimulus Money
"The widen family senator wine who's a radical leftist has profited mightily From the large jest that he votes for Then there's this at restoring America Follow the money how school spent their billions in COVID-19 relief funds by Sarah Westwood investigative reporter Schools raked in a 190 billion from COVID-19 relief funds Education advocates argued we desperately need them More than two years into the recovery some schools have not yet spent Piles of cash Congress handed them Through three separate stimulus bills Three separate They received aim for the federal government in three batches over the course of the pandemic The first tranches they called from the cares that cares act the president Trump signed and March 2020 That was 13.2 billion Then 54.3 billion then a 122 billion Roughly 60% of the districts analyzed planned to put their stimulus funds largely or entirely toward teachers Including retraining them and giving them some pay raises to increase retention Now that's raised concerns about how the schools will adjust when the last of the stimulus funds run out
Rand Paul: The Burden Is on the FBI to Justify the Mar-A-Lago Raid
"Rand Paul this morning on Fox and Friends on the FBI Let's listen in cut to go Well you know I think the burden is on the FBI to justify this rate This is extraordinary This is also the same FBI that used a foreign intelligence warrant to snoop on and spy on the Trump campaign to investigate them for over two years So I think the burden really is on the FBI There have been wrong in the past that broken the law and using these foreign intelligence warrants Now they use a domestic warrant but I do think they need to release the justification for this because this is extraordinary and we should not lose sight of the fact this is never ever happened before for a good reason because we need to have confidence in the FBI We need to have confidence in our intelligence agencies that they're there to protect us and not to go after people for political purposes So the burden is on them to prove that this is not a politically motivated witch hunt
How Jesus Came Into the Life of Officer Brandon Tatum
"You just said, I want to ask you, again, you said Jesus came into your life around 2008. And it began to turn around everything for you. And I said, how did that happen? Jesus came to your life. And you said you were all American college football player. I was all American going into college football, so I was one of the top players in the nation coming out of high school, U.S. Army all American. Okay, I heard you say something positive along those lines and you said, but everything went downhill. What do you mean? Were you full of pride? Were you just thinking so full of yourself and success that it made you lose track of what's important and that's what led you to fall apart or how did what happened? It was mostly maturity, you know? I was very humble, but I wasn't mature enough to handle the rigors of college football. You know, the coaches would cuss you out and yell at you and get in your face. And my attitude was so bad at the time that that turned into me wanting to fight the coaches and be upset and things like that and they kind of took me out of my game and I got injured in my second year. I was out for the entire season. So then things begin to go south for me. However, I grew up in a church. When you, I'll say this, I grew up in a church where the church wouldn't end me. And so when you live in Texas, you play football league go to church, no matter what. I don't care if you ate this. You're in church. If you live in Texas, so I had to retain in my consciousness, but you know, I had to give it a try as an adult. And so I went to church, I went to an apostolic church where they believe in speaking in tongs and all of that stuff and I got saved. I got baptized in Jesus name. I got filled with the gift of the Holy Spirit. And my life changed instantaneously. The
You Can't Trust the Medical Profession
"Line of the last call. By the way, I checked with the people who listen to the show avidly, they could not recall by saying that Boston children's hospital. That does a trans surgeries on people under the 18. I don't remember whether I did or not. I don't know why I would have, unless I read it somewhere, if I did, I was wrong, however, my belief that Boston children's hospital is ruining the lives of, I don't know, hundreds. Dozens, I don't know. Young people and their families continues. It is a disgrace to the medical profession, but the medical profession is a disgrace at this time in any event. There are a lot of wonderful doctors that is beside the point. There weighs a lot of wonderful individuals. Who don't fight their own group. American medical association announced two years ago that birth certificate should not list the sex of a child. This is the new position of American medicine.
Traffic deaths for 1st quarter of 2022 highest in 20 years, NHTSA says
"The trend of rising U.S. traffic deaths that began two years ago as continuing into this year on Lisa dwyer with the latest roadway deaths rose 7% during the first three months of the year to an estimated 9560 people the national highway traffic safety administration says that's the highest number for a first quarter and two decades Traffic deaths have risen ever since the pandemic lockdowns eased in 2020 and as people return to work and started taking more road trips The agency says people drove about 40 billion more miles in the first quarter than a year earlier That's a 5.6% increase before
LeBron, Lakers agree to two-year, $97.1M extension | SPEAK FOR YOURSELF
"LeBron James is staying with the Lakers through the spring of 2025 His agent says the four time MVP has accepted a two year $97.1 million contract extension It makes James the highest paid player in NBA history according to his agent The new deal means the 18 time all star will make 46.7 million this season The 37 year old James has headed into the final year of his most recent contract with the Lakers Barring injury James is likely to surpass Kareem Abdul-Jabbar as the NBA's career scoring king this winner I'm Dave ferry
Liz Cheney Hangs Onto Her Win From 2 Years Ago in Concession Speech
"I won't torture you with her speech. You ought to enjoy it. Because this is what a delusional failed political. Failure sounds and looks like. Two years ago, I won this primary with 73% of the vote. I could easily have done the same again. The path was clear. But it would have required that I go along with president Trump's lie about the 2020 election. It would have required that I enable his ongoing efforts to unravel our democratic system and attack the foundations of our republic. That was a path I could not and would not take. Well, good for you. Bull bully for you, the small crowd. The 23 people in the crowd mustered a cheer,
Liz Cheney Teases a Potential Presidential Run
"You know, she's having fun talking to The Today Show this morning and giving her speech last night comparing herself to Abraham Lincoln, you know, teasing everybody with a potential presidential run. Can you imagine getting beat by almost 40 points? In a state that you took with 73 points, two years ago. Are you I mean, two years ago, she had she brags about that. She's bragging, this is what's fascinating. Bragging about taking the state just two years ago. And acting like somehow that, that vindicates her,
Weighing the Effect of Layoffs on Minority Teachers
"Now, what happens when the rose turned? Do you want to keep playing this game? I can not believe in this country that they are pursuing this type of stuff. In a quote, it's just starting with spring 2023 budget tied up cycle. I don't know what I mean. I don't know what that is. Let's see. If accessing or I think this must be writing is wrong. I guess assessing a teacher is performance. That when they begin to lay people off, they're going to have to start with the what they would consider the underrepresented population, which is black people. We all know what that is. Or Hispanics. They're going to start laying off the people who are underrepresented population. And then if you look down and says, teachers at 15 racially isolated schools with the greatest concentration of poverty also will be protected from layoffs. So you have the minorities who are in the district who are not protected. They will be protected because they're going to lay the white people off first. But then you have these other schools that are primarily black, they call it racially isolated. I would argue this is primarily black schools. They are exempt from being laid off.
Don't Demonize the Entire FBI Agency
"Let me add this to the Trump raid scenario. We now see FBI agents who are coming out in whistleblowers who are coming out and showing that it's extreme bias in the FBI. I'm going to reiterate this to the day that I die. We should not demonize the entire agency. It's literally the leadership of the agency or weaponize an element of the agency to go after political enemies, and ways in which there may be legal, may not. I mean, who knows? But it may be legal, but they're just pursuing things that are unprecedented. They're pursuing things that no reasonable prosecutor would prosecute, but they're doing it for political leverage. Let me just give you this example. I can say that I consider the intersection in every car pass and all of them are probably violated some type of traffic violation. Now, can I give every single person a ticket? No, I can, but is it reasonable to give every single person a ticket? Wouldn't you reserve that for the most egregious traffic violations like running a light and causing an accident or California rolling where you don't stop at all? You just run right through a stop sign or, you know, you create a traffic hazard, you would think that I should be able to just focus on those people. But the FBI's raid into Trump is either completely false raid and have no merit. Or they're doing the stoplight scenario where they're going after a president that they would never go after a random person like this, but yet let alone going after a president.
The True Purpose for the Trump Raid
"I know a lot of people are excited when they hear your accent 'cause you're just so very unique, but your take on these things. I listen to your show just what was yesterday. I listened to your show before I went on and I thought you did a tremendous job you had a guest on and you guys were explaining all the nuances of what's going on with president Trump in this FBI raid that I think is a complete force. But let my audience know Sebastian, what you think about the raid and president Trump's personal home and what does this mean on a political scale from a political perspective? Well, first things first, every president has a legacy clearance, even if you leave The White House, you maintain the top clearance till the day you die, Jimmy Carter who hasn't been president for 50 years. He still has a top secret SCI highest level Q clearance. That applies to president Trump. So there's no question he's authorized to read any classified information. He wishes to read. Secondly, the president's records act the presidential records act has no criminal aspect to it. Many presidents since the act was created after Nixon left office have had lengthy arguments with the government as to what is their personal property and what has to go into an archive. And that is a function of negotiations between U.S. lawyers and the lawyers of the president's estate Nixon, but Nixon it took over 20 years for those negotiations to finally bring fruition. You don't read somebody's private residence with armed federal officers.
Does the Left Care About Violence Intervention?
"I've seen them give 300 $1 billion to the green new energy deal. When India and China are responsible for over 80% of our carbon emission and we think that we are, they think we're stupid enough to somehow believe that India and China can be prolific and carbon emissions and we can spend trillions of dollars cutting back on our minimal exposure there are minimal production of carbon emission and somehow that's going to save the planet. How stupid are we? Now, okay. I've seen initiatives of billions and hundreds of billions, but I have yet to see an initiative and I could be wrong. Somebody call in and correct me. I could be wrong. I have yet to see an initiative by any president ever in the history of our country that I know of that gave a meaningful input and invested meaningful dollars into violence prevention in the inner cities.
Americans Can Speak on Racial Issues
"But I want to touch, I want to go back to something I spoke about yesterday and the young man who was murdered at a peewee football game, a Hakeem tlaib, which is an NFL star when he was playing. He probably made over I think upwards of $70 million when he was playing football and his brother, murdered a man at a peewee game, and that's one of the most viral. When I say one of the most viral videos or stories, but it's definitely a story that have gained a lot of interest because it speaks to a bigger issue. That people don't generally want to talk about. And the bizarre thing that's involved in this is that if you're white, a lot of people somehow believe that you can't speak on these issues that are plaguing certain communities. My argument would be, are you an American? If you are an American, you can speak on any American issue that's, you know, obviously purging our country. You can speak on any issue in general, but don't feel like you can't speak on American issues just because you don't have dark enough melanin in your skin. To see a former NFL star, brother, commit such a crime against a black man which it appears that this particular coach, hickman, last name was hickman, it appears that he was a loving, dedicated man who played football in his earlier days played collegiate football and then he was now coaching and giving back to the community. It seems as if he was an upstanding citizen in society for the most part in his life was cut short.
Sebastian and Paul Kengor Discuss How We Got Here
"So let's return to the little clip I opened the show with Paul, Merrick Garland, not explaining anything about what the FBI had in terms of justification for raiding the home of a former president, trying to distract us by talking about how great the FBI is. Will you put the events of the last ten days into perspective, given your understanding of authoritarian regimes? As someone born here, my background is parents who escape the communist regime as an American born here. Did you ever think that we would be in a place where somebody who less than two years ago was the president, was having his private residence raided by federal law enforcement carrying guns Paul? Was most definitely unprecedented. And here's what really bothers me about it said is that you need to present your reasons for why this happened. And what bothers me about Merrick Garland's press conference there. That there's any pushback or questioning, you know, do you have evidence for this? Was this justified? They start playing the victim. They started accusing others of attack of hatred
The Republican Anger Over the FBI Raid
"A full board of calls here. I have seen so much intense and unyielding anger among people at what the FBI did. It's not transitory. It's not superficial. It is deep. It is all consuming. These people are furious because they believe they're constitution has been betrayed. Do the people inside the beltway have any conception of just how angry people are in response to this Mar-a-Lago warrant nonsense. Well, I'm not sure if people I think the question that people, I think what people inside the beltway are trying to figure out. And your question is very valid question. I think when people are trying to figure out is who is angry, where are they and who's happy and where are they? And when you put all those together into a voting electorate in the midterm elections, how does that shake out? I am not at all surprised that Republican voters were voters who tend to vote Republican or voters who vote as long as Trump's on the ballot are upset about this. There are also a lot of democratic voters who are not or who have felt for almost two years at Merrick Garland, the attorney general has been way too timid in dealing with Trump and other Republican mouthpieces as they see it. And so whenever an event like this happens, I like to see how all of this shakes out. Often people inside the beltway and this all sorts of things. So if they're missing this, we're missing this wouldn't be the first time. But I don't think people on aware. I just think people are trying to figure out how to put it together in such a combination that they can figure out whether or not it's going to affect the midterm elections and beyond. Well,
What to watch: Cheney in trouble while Palin eyes comeback
"A former Republican star's career could effectively end today At least for now Liz Cheney was the house GOP's number three leader but is now fighting to keep the seat she's held for three terms as the January 6 panel's vice chair Cheney has led efforts to keep Donald Trump from serving again The dam has begun to break Her career may go with it Cheney's trying to fend off a primary challenge from Trump backed Harriet hagman in a state where Trump remains hugely popular Cheney has doubled down Last week bashing Trump for what she called an insidious lie that the 2020 election was stolen This is Donald Trump's legacy but it can not be the future of our nation If she loses her house seat Cheney has not ruled out a White House be it in two years Sagar Meghani Washington
CDC Eases COVID Guidelines
"CDC you dirty mofo. The CDC has backed their guidance. And I know this is an older story, but I didn't have a chance to talk about this over the weekend. The CDC and everybody that worked for the CDC should be fired immediately. Doctor Fauci should go to jail and maybe hell after that. But he should go to jail. Why you say that, mister Tatum, they spent two years demonizing firing, shaming people who did not want to get the Fauci ouchie. Because some people believe which makes sense to me that this may not be a vaccine that's vetted enough. People are having myocarditis and other residual effects of taking the Fauci ouchy. And people did not want to take it. They forced you. They coerced you. They put a label on your head. If you didn't abide by their guidance, and people were saying, we shouldn't take it.
The New Right No Longer Accepts Excuses
"Ask me, Charlie, what is the new right? Part of what the new right is is we no longer accept the excuses for our downfall. Like, oh, well, you know, you're a governor. You're going to have to wait for a president to do something. You're saying, actually, we're going to be constitutional about it. We're going to be creative about it. We're going to be lawful, but we're going to be precise in our action yet. And we can't wait for the federal government. I mean, we've seen in less than two years, the near destruction of our country. We went from having, I believe, the greatest president ever. Maybe definitely of our lifetime and maybe ever who had us riding high to almost the complete collapse of our country. This is all of these other issues actually when you think about that that we're losing our country, we're losing the United States of America. That is the issue that is at task here. We have to step forward and do what we can to save it. So Blake mayorkas, he's going to be testifying your U.S. senator. How do you handle that? Well, I think this guy literally needs to be impeached, you know? Yes. I will take it to him. I'm pretty sure we could trip him up. You know, that's all God bless Rand Paul for tripping up Fauci. I think he got Fauci to perjure himself on the stage. I'm pretty sure I could run circles around my workers. I'm not sure he's particularly, I don't know, intelligent. But certainly, even if he is intelligent, he's just failing. He held up his right hand and sworn oath to the constitution. He swore to faithfully defend and execute the laws of the United States. And he's not even trying.
"next two years" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Inflation over the next two years, 2.3% inflation of the next side. That's a lot For the Fed, and I think that's going to have to raise some questions about whether they may actually have to raise interest rates. If inflation does come in like that, and the economy gets runs hot after after after more, the population is vaccine and or more people get back to normal. Well, I've already put the market and when I say that I'm actually referring to Fed policymakers. They've put the market on notice that they're willing to tie tolerate a much higher rate. They haven't really quantified that specifically, we know that right now it's it's something north of to What the breaking point is were maybe a little unclear on do you have a sense of how far they may be willing to go to push inflation higher? Right? Yeah, so they've definitely said that they they want moderately above 2% for sometime and chocolate. That's Charles Evans has basically said 2.5% not a problem. I'd be okay with 3%. So that's nice to say now because they're trying on anchor inflation expectations that they could start is that in place just missed for so long. That people are just accustomed to low inflation to missing 2%. So they're trying to really talk up this idea. 3% will be fine, but it's actually see it. I think we're gonna have to ask a lot of questions about whether that's tolerable over a longer period of time, because especially if you have Price pressures, prices and costs going up faster than wages. Then all of a sudden you're talking about a cost of living situation where a lot of people are actually worse off than they were before. And that's not something the Fed ones either. Which is why historically Tried to clamp down on it is it's something they haven't done in almost forever, right? Certainly not since they started targeting inflation. Certainly not. You wouldn't see these back in the days of, you know, public or who was battling huge inflation, but We know for sure They're also gonna say what's the labor market Doing? Where's unemployment? You know how fast is strong jobs growth because we know there's gonna be some temporary forces pushing up inflation in the next few months. But I would submit to you that if they don't see some some real heating up in the economy, some real strong job Gration bringing down unemployment, That's what's going to make them be willing to let inflation run hot. Oh, yeah, I could. I couldn't agree more with that. I think when you really start to look at the five year yield, for example, right, it's less than 50 basis points. So that's less than two rate hikes over the next five years. Price did for for the bed, and I think some shops are Wall Street banker. America is one that's been banging the table this for a while. Is asking the questions. Okay. If you think that the Fed and the federal government, in fact is going to be very accommodating with fiscal policy as well as monetary policy, if you get in a situation where 2 to 3 years from now the labor market does really take up. There is broad days job growth and their science of inflation. I mean, how quickly could the Fed eventually hike in 2023 2024? They could hike faster than maybe people expect. Certainly more than the five year yield is price again right now, So there is a bit of a disconnect, I think right now, in that intermediate term part of the Treasury curve that's not really considering. If there's actually meaningful inflation and the labor market improves, like everyone hopes that does what might happen and what the Fed might be forced to do, because right now, it just seems like That's gonna be a zero forever is kind of what a lot of people are price again and and and and we hope that that's not the case. We got a two year ago. 11 basis points a 10 year at 1 16. Wow. Steeper yield curve here at 100. What? What is it? A basically 105 basis points in spread between the 210. I don't know. I'm sure you are aware of some of the controversy that was kicked up over the weekend. We had Janet Yellen, speaking on a few of the Sunday talk shows yesterday, Larry Summers telling our David Westin Over the weekend that it's probably a little risky to go his biggest 1.9.
"next two years" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"No coveting over and we know redistricting still is going to happen, and that's going to be dominated by GOP states. The next two years. GOP is no longer going to be the roadblock in Congress. Progressive Progressives are gonna be going for gold. I'd like to think the moderates and the Democrat Party or smart enough to realize how thin the ice is that the really standing on you got Mark Kelly in 2022. He's gonna be on the ballot. Ralph Warnock in Georgia. He's gonna be on the ballot. Both of those states. They may have gone blue for this the Senate election, but midterms are different. The big question for me yesterday is what this does for Trump in 2024. He's gonna have to lie low for a little while. There's no question his brand took a monstrous hit. But if things don't go well with Biden and subsequently Harris, it's possible even there that memories on Trump are going to change 234 years from now. I'm Eric, I. I agree with the vast majority of everything you said. The last point, though, is where I I just I don't think that moving forward of Trump in 2024. I mean, unless the memories are that short, I just think I think that was the end of it. Yesterday. I could be wrong, but I re I re I really do. But I agree with your other assessment I've taken I've always thought that it really is this next 11 months Regardless of what happened yesterday. It's the next 11 months moving forward because once we get into Even at the end of 2021 before 2022 weird midterm time, man, you know, weird. Next. We're into the next election, and you're 100% right in that assessment, and I know voter fraud and all that we've got to do a better job, but you can only control what you can control. So I appreciate the positivity. One of our listeners has been keeping us updated. They left here with their son and right to Georgia to participate any and some of the rallies and things like that for the Senate election and then went from Georgia to D C guy in Lakeville. Good morning. You're You were. We talked to you yesterday and you were headed to d. C. Did you make it there? Did you were you around for all the craziness? Well, we made it there, and it was great. It was so huge. There was from the monument. All the way to the capital was just you couldn't move. It was so packed. It was great. Just outside of Pittsburgh right now on our way back, but that's kind of crazy. I'm just so surprised at all. The all the media news. It seems like such a staged narrative and It's like a payback for the last six months of hurt a lot of colors, saying it's just kind of a tragedy in a way because it's like the liberals or give us a crumb saying, Well, this is payback for what we've done the last six months. Take it or leave it. We're going to dictate to you, and that's what they're gonna do we Oh, anywhere. Were you anywhere near where a lot of the mayhem was happening, or were you pretty pretty distanced from it way? We're quite a ways out. That was so people were there a couple of days before from what I understood, and I talked to a guy in the parking garage where he made it to that had walked back and he had gotten up and gone. They're like seven in the morning and he couldn't get in. They had pack self flags. They wouldn't allow anything within that. Capital area complex, which is a huge area and he just came back and then we got together and we'll walk back up. But there was so many people and that's a guy. Thank you for calling in and I'm glad you're glad you have a safe trip and then and I hope you have safe travels back to Minnesota. But that's a really important thing to remember Those images that everybody seeing on TV is a fraction of the number of people that went there yesterday to support President Trump. And did you go to that rally? It is a Iraq Shin. But yet every single person who's ever uttered even a kind word about Donald Trump as president is going to be painted with that brush. Yeah, that was a fraction of people that got there yesterday..
"next two years" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Not just for one year and well, yeah, by the way during this one year that the best team in the NFC Yeah, but I think you're speaking from the organization stand for, But I'm I'm just saying that part but I'm also telling you that as a player, Yes, as a player, you know, you don't draft the guys that high that day. Even a God. It's stripping 67 around here and anything. Got some talent. Maybe on Roger. Go down, He could step Informant do something That's fine. But you brought him in to say You know what? We are going to be done with yourselves. Right. I mean, if they want to see the guy who wanted to see it, and they know he's going to come in to be a started one of two years because he had the talent to do so. And you know you're starting quarterback can't get it done. I understand completely from the organization standpoint. What to do what they did. Expect garage to go out there and play miraculous, miraculously, every single time. He's going to have a lot of cool and a lot of, uh, power here. Coming appear showed an organization or going to have to make a decision because that doesn't sit. Well, we're playing it is and I'm not just players, but anybody if you want something, your position, good job. And then I was somebody when they had just given him a look. There's no there's no getting rid of him for the next two years. Right? Like Aaron Rodgers is he has two more years where financially, it would cripple the franchise. They're not getting rid of him. He knows it. Right. So I understand that on some level you could sit there and go through draft that for four years. No one does for three years. That's exactly what the Green Bay Packers did. That's exactly what the Green Bay Packers did with Aaron Rodgers. Yeah, but they but they didn't. They didn't move up like like my only thing is, they didn't move up to go get a quarterback. At that point, Aaron Rodgers fell in their lap, and here's the other part. You show them what you just went from pick, but you just went to the NFC championship game. My point is, it's great that you've had. Aaron Rodgers is great that he's gonna have three MVPs. It's great that you won the NFC North all these times. But the Packers with Aaron Rodgers should have one more than one Super Bowl. Okay, listen, we can't go. We can't go back to what they so I don't care about three years from now. They should have been thinking about we have Aaron Rodgers. There is a way to have a chance. You do have a chance. And you look a lot of people in crazy. You draft a wide receiver. Okay? The first thing is All the all the first round wide receivers were gone at that point time and by the way, 16 up until this year, and this year was a historically good wide receiver draft over the previous four years. The 19 1st round draft picks that were drafted in the first round 16 of them or bus. It's a really hard position because it's so different the NFL than the spread offenses. Okay. Secondly, if you want to tell me that they were close last year, I agree with you and they had to get better. I agree with you. They have gotten better and people go. You should draft a wide receiver. You drafted wide receiver that hurts the development of markers of Aldous Scantly and of some of these other guys who have developed and those guys have gotten better and the team is there the best team in the NFC. I don't know what people want. Right. The best name the energy and they protected. They protect. Watch the Pittsburgh Steelers this year. Okay, look at Ben Roethlisberger. Look, I know he played really well Sunday, but what is everybody said man, Ben Ross Burger looks shot. Looks shot. And you know what? The Green Bay Packers don't wanna be. They don't wanna be the Pittsburgh Steelers. Where at some point time Aaron Rodgers gonna lose it and you want to have a guy there who's been studying been preparing. We can throw in and there won't be this massive drop off. That's what happened in New England when they drafted Garoppolo, and it's something and this is to Shawn. To your point where Brady went in goes a man him or me. And they said Garoppolo packing, which could very well happen with Jordan Love, But again, the plan was smart, and that's what the Packers are executing. What? What does what? What they want thing about. This kid can't get better when Aaron Rodgers is the quarterback. I just And you're talking about bust. And these are what's one these bus a while, but she was it was drafted. Had everybody. There's a quarterback. I didn't feel like over the last decade or so, You know, they have been relying on Aaron Rodgers so much to be analyzed The quad do things on his own. That they're willing to risk a sacrifice. Only thing bigger for the organization because everything is on him. I got there. They wanted to drive the guy that 56 Randall later on and like, like, Bob, is it fell in his lap? No problem. I understand. What You do the things you're doing. You're saying that? Hey. You fix this place in mind you the one of maybe what it drafted in what could be kept getting hurt. You can't have these injuries, the male back to back they would never really finished the season healthy. That's one of the main fact they did it, so they basically said Hey, injury to power up whatever is going on. We're gonna have a guy here to replace you. Backfired on them. You know, I'm not sending back five on them and the way Them way. Obviously they're great teams, but it's going to backfire on them at the end of the day. John. Enjoy Guadalajara. Yeah, Happy New Year. By the way, everybody absolute happened. Everybody out there. Stay safe. Don't drink and drive man be responsible. Yeah, and download the lights out podcast. It is excellent. And Shawn has shot. Sean knows so many so many people, not just from the M M a world but from the clothing design world. I mean, the dude is a world traveler. It's outstanding messed with that guy. He's in the bare knuckle fighting. Can you imagine that? That's the guest's the guy that you go? I'm with Sean. He's my wish, Sean. I'm hanging out with song, right? Happy New Year. Two shots on Merriman joins us live from Guadalajara that zoo my first guess from going Laura. I've ever had that Very nice. That's I can't remember the last time went on the long line to quell are coming up. Next brought Parker I'm Doug Gottlieb. Um It's a win and in weekend for several teams in the NFL Who's gonna be on the outside looking in find out next on the Dan Patrick show..
"next two years" Discussed on WTOP
"Will decide which party controls the U. S. Senate for the next two years in tweets, expressing their support for the checks, Senators Kelly Leffler and David Perdue. Both noted that they were siding with President Trump on the issue. U S. Justice Department says it cannot bring criminal charges against two Cleveland police officers involved in the deadly shooting of Tamir Rice in 2014, The fatal shooting of 12 year old Tamir Rice by a white police officer began with the 911 call of someone waving a gun outside a recreation center dance. I'm calling that people. Civil rights activists had hoped an officer Timothy A. Loman and his partner, Frank Garmback, would face federal criminal charges for shooting the child after a county prosecutor declined in 2015. It was horrible, unfortunate and regrettable. It was not by the law that binds US crime. The Justice Department says the cumulative evidence was not enough to support a federal criminal civil rights prosecution. The shooting of Tamir Rice became part of the national dialogue about police use of force against minorities, including Children. Jackie Quinn, Washington. Also in Ohio. There's new information about the deadly shooting of a black man by a white police officer. Newly released records show an officer on the scene of last week's fatal shooting. You have a black man by a white police officer in Columbus, Ohio, did not see threats before a fellow officer fired 47 year old Andre Hill was shot and killed by Officer Adam Coy, who has been dismissed body Cam video shows Hill walking toward the officers with a cell phone and his left hand while his right hand was not visible. The fired officer said Hill had a gun in his hand, but none was found. Jim Krystle, a CBS News, the sister of a black man killed by Richmond, police in 2018, has announced He's running for governor of Virginia Person. Princess Blanding is the sister of Marcus David Peters. He was a 24 year old high school biology teacher shot and killed while experiencing a mental health crisis, Blanding said Today she's running under the banner of the newly formed Liberation Party, and her platform is to build a diverse, inclusive and liberated Virginia for all. Since her brother's death, Blanding has become an activist on police reform and social justice issues. 8 37.
"next two years" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"And not enough money is given to small businesses. And in particular restaurants. Whose owners have suffered so grievously instead of that $600 payment for individual Americans. The president wants a check for $2000, also with town hold of common. Newly elected House Republican is helping lead the charge against certifying the results of the Electoral College next month. Bother Thank you. Report, representative elect Madison Consort of North Carolina says he'll challenge the Electoral College in its declaration that Joe Biden won the election. He's even calling on fellow Republicans to join him in the battle. And vows to help primary those who don't more than 20. GOP representatives say they'll challenge the official result. Certification is set for January 6 just one day after to run off elections in Georgia will determine which party controls the Senate for the next two years. Buying reporting a federal judge in Little Rock has temporarily blocked for new abortion restrictions our hours after they took effect in Arkansas. Including when the bands of procedure commonly used in the second row, Mr He was. District Judge Kristine Baker granted a temporary restraining order late Tuesday, blocking the four laws, which took effect earlier in the day. The order set to expire on January, the fifth unless they judge extends it And president of like Joe Biden has chosen Miguel Cortona, Connecticut's education chief, to serve his education secretary. Dal ahead. 220 points now, but NASDAQ is up 11. Maura Town hall dot com. I grew up Pope, which.
"next two years" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Blake worker Tom Tober with Peter Hart, La. But the Chronicle's going to join us in about 10 minutes. So the largest contract in the history Of American professional sports used to be Mike Trout. It was 12 years 426. $0.5 million. A lot of someone's someone's topped him. With a caveat because it's football. Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs have agreed to a contract extension. 10 years, 450. A 1,000,000. Dollars. Now that is on top of the next two years that he has so it will go through. I think 2031. It's a total payout of 12 years. Foreign $77.6 million. Over the next 12 seasons. His injury guarantee a $140 million so Mike Trout's is still a better contract is my truck gets injured? His injury guarantee is well, whatever's left on the contract because that is fully guaranteed, and I also don't know. How many years are guaranteed when they can cut him what they are. I mean, what the content with football. You always have to look at the contract. You could look at the details. It's structures there could be any lately different could be absolutely You assume that if he stays healthy, he'll realize most of that football player's rarely finish out a contract today it's something always happens. You know, they get traded. They get released and signed back. But usually players do not. I mean, it's rare that a player when it's finished out his contract and be a Be a free agent, but the Chiefs, I knew they'd make a big commitment. That is a big, big, big commitment for 150 million over 10 years once again the injury guarantees if he gets injured. He gets $140 million of that 450 million and I again I don't know if the 1st 5 years are guaranteed other than injury of the 1st 7 years of none of the year's or guarantee that's the only guarantee has is 100. 40 but he's going to look if he stays healthy. You have to think he'll get through at least seven or eight of that and make you know, north of $300 million. So that's AH. A big investment by By the Chiefs. It'll be interesting to see if they can continue to build a team. Around him because it's easier to build a team. When the guys in a rookie contract you can spend all your money elsewhere. Now you've got to pick and choose a little bit because your quarterback, as is the case with most teams Seattle, most notably, they had to sign Russell Wilson, a bunch of guys Had to go from a really good team. That's just the way just the way it works, but it's amazing. I'm just gonna say it's amazing how many how many executives have drafted or broad in or traded for some epic player and then not stuck around to see it? You know what I mean? You think Rod Thorn and Jordan And then I'm thinking now of John Dorsey, it was John Dorsey, who engineered that trade. I believe the trade up for Patrick Mahomes, and now he's moved on. He's not even there anymore. And no homes, you know, arguably is the The next, You know, maybe he's on a path to be thing being the greatest quarterback of all time. If it's if it's determined by titles. He's in a great spot right now. That not only titles I mean you look, it. What he's an ability, yards wise and touchdowns. Why? I mean, the leakage is so different now. It's a passing league and who knows what they're going to do It mean as long as Andy Reid's a coach and you know, creative he is and they loved throwing the ball around. I mean, it's gonna take a while to get there because those numbers of Drew Brees are I mean their lofty numbers, but you could see if this guy's days healthy over the next 10 years. He's gonna have his sights set on those numbers. I mean, they'll be within breach because he is special. I mean, he is He is good and again with Andy Reid and him together. A perfect match. And if they can continue, Teo, you know, get receivers in there. They're going to pay receivers now and pay other, you know, tight ends and all that kind of stuff. So They're fun. There's no doubt about it. They're fun, and the Niners should've beat him well, and you know, it isn't funny. This team is now the team that stands in front of cash in hand and John Lynch in their pursuit of what they want, which is to build the 40 Niners into a dynasty. That's in the homes in the way you know him, and he's going to be in the way and it's like you know, now that they couldn't beat him this last time. We gotta figure out a way to beat him. But man what Kansas City's got between the play caller. They've drafted this incredible talent, and then they molded him perfectly behind Alex Smith. Who really, I think was key in this kid's development as Faras transitioning from where he wasn't college to being a pro quarterback. And then now they've surround him with all these weapons. They just drafted the Ellis. You kid, right? Clyde and Slayer in the back. Be phenomenal. They got a good line. Then The question is this. I mean, he's awesome. But no quarterback. I saw the stat this afternoon. No quarterback has ever won a Super Bowl while making more than 13.1% of the team's cap. And so it's like, you almost got to get it done. You don't have to get it done, and we'll see if You know if they can get it done this way, But can they re signed Chris Jones? Can they re sign some of their top players? Or does this change the whole dynamic of their cap and we're going to find out Well, one of the reasons that Brady Oh, he's restructured his deal. Right so they could go out there and get some guys get some more pieces, and even at that they never had Supreme talent on the offensive side. I mean, they usually have a really good offensive line. But the receiver is a kind of hit or miss. I mean, sometimes they have good one. Sometimes they, you know, they seem pretty Pretty average again. The best ones they had. They didn't win the Super Bowl when they had Welker and Moss. Those those were the two best receivers that they had together and they didn't win. Adelman's turned out to be a hell of a player. But you know, they're just that image is so well coached, and Bernie knew it. I mean, Bernie knew the day I want to keep winning, and he finally finally had enough of these over 40 and How many Super Bowls Five Super sick Super Bowls, widow? They're benign appearances or she had to get a lot of rings. Uh, but yeah, it's tougher again. I use Seattle. Ah as an example, because they had the Legion of Boom. They had Marshawn Lynch. Ah, they never had to pay the receivers much because they were undrafted receiver. Who was that? It was Baldwin. I know. Who was the other guy they had who was also like undrafted from U Dub the little speedster, but curse Germaine Curse. Yeah, curse. Yeah, I mean, they just but Take the defense was loaded. But then Russell Wilson signed the contract and I think is a 27 28 year then guys had to go and your linebackers have to go..
"next two years" Discussed on KTRH
"Of lies and Donald Trump got a little emboldened politically I think because you know for obvious reasons and I think that the story changed at all a lot of stuff we're talking about started to emerge like six or seven weeks ago and we're a little tiny bit flat footed they missed the story we've been doing and being right about for two and a half years but I mean that's what happens when a story looks a certain way for two years right then use the gentlest terms possible noting that the story chain story didn't change they lied for two and a half years and they pushed allies in conspiracy theories then it goes on I think we've got a change are you going to admit you're wrong no the times bus right more deeply about the country race and other divisions all right Russia Russia impeachment impeachment collusion collusion obstruction obstruction doesn't work let's let's go after trump on race I will dedicate the whole newsroom to that big lie that they're gonna spread you know the vision for the coverage for the next two years is what I talked about earlier how do we cover a guy who makes these kinds of remarks how do we cover the world's reaction how do we we do that while continuing to cover his policies how do we cover America that's become so divided by Donald Trump that's the New York times admitting they are nothing but propagandists had nothing but you know trump blood Jenner's with a political job they are no different you know these bloggers these weirdos that all day twenty four seven in their basement as I mad the been there underwear you know the keyboard warriors that spread lies conspiracy theories well that's basically the New York times admitting that slam that's also the rest of the media Hey if you suffer from insomnia like I do look you want a good night's sleep I have the antidote neither drugs nor alcohol induced because it works it's called my pillow che might change my life I fall asleep faster stay asleep longer you know my pillow has become such a good business such an incredible story Michael and Dow Mike wants to offer you my listeners I thank you so what he's done.
"next two years" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"I think to the local community that provides that talent to the shipyards and so what I'd like to do is to take a more detailed look at what those constraints are what those problems are that of causes to run behind weather is parts availability or whether it's in the front and doing a poor job of of all in the requirements I know that that we're still catching up from from years when we when we didn't have a fully funded made its budget and then we differ a lot of work and so we're catching up but I also know on the other side of that is that we have to be able to reduce ready yes and we have to be able to do that particularly and we need to be able to do with some stability for industry Clemens and if I could out run I know I took a lot of time asking a question the first place but here here's what I would ask will you agree to come back to this committee within ninety days and lay for us lay out for us the plan that you want to implement to get to the bottom of what we're gonna do to fix this mess with regard to the depot maintenance yes senator I will second of all how devastating this my filing how devastating would it be if we're not able to put together something along the lines of the the bipartisan budget agreement which we would have come and funding for weather out any continuing resolutions for the next two years sure if we had a face something like that even for a year it would affect over a dozen availabilities it would affect all the new stars for the technologies that I just mentioned as well as a new ship bills that we want to bring online it would affect personal budgets in terms of people that we want to assess into the navy as well as those that we want to move around the navy it would be it would be devastating in terms of our current rating is and it's also going to affect modernization and both of those are co equal priorities that we have three main cited on for all the reasons it seven or mansion just said about Russia and China I would consider that to be devastating to any progress that we have made and will lose a lot of momentum as that happens thank you I look forward to supporting.
"next two years" Discussed on KOMO
"Just the next two years. It's Thursday the first day of spring stocks on a back and forth week so far that's on worries about slowing growth and the fed predicting no interest rate hikes this entire year. Frontier. Airlines reached a tentative contract deal with its flight attendants union the insurance institute for highway safety putting out its latest crash. Test results for pickup trucks today in the early word is it is not good news and lost economic productivity because of the March madness basketball tournament which tips off at noon. Eastern time today expected to top six hundred billion this year, and that highly anticipated list, many people will wanna know how will their pickup truck fair in a collision. Well, this is disturbing because you see pickup trucks everywhere and sales of pick ups are expected to grow this year. Even though overall auto sales are forecast to slow down new crash tests by the insurance institute for highway safety a found that more than half the current generation of pickups were rated as marginal or poor now these tests measured how well the trucks protected front-seat passengers when the right front corner of the truck collided with another vehicle or object. That's the most common type of collision now until the full results are out later today, we won't know which models perform best in which wants perform worst. But any way you look at it. Not very good news could affect resale values to CNBC's. Tom Busby at twenty three after correspondent, Bill Michaels says Starbucks says it plans to test both recyclable. Compostable cups over the next year customers in New York, San Francisco, Seattle London and Vancouver. British Columbia will help test the cups, which use fiber paper and other materials in place of plastic weiner's, the company also said it plans to redesign its stores as it adapts to increasing mobile pickups and delivery orders. Starbucks mobile orders more than doubled between two thousand sixteen two thousand eighteen to twelve percent of all orders. I'm Bill Michaels. Now twenty four.
"next two years" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"There the cult will destroy you. If you decide to leave it try to leave or or even just disagree. Yeah. Right. Yes. Okay. So I think that's a pretty good. Now. Can you make the case that the Democrats have become a cult doll? I think so and a frightening one. I think it's critical now the the Democrats never win the presidency again, not just this next election in twenty twenty I ever again. You know, Bernie Sanders keeps bragging that he was considered extremists in two thousand sixteen. He was an extremist always viewpoints were so extreme now he's mainstream because everybody except no that's how extreme the Democrats have become. Yeah. So I just wanna I just want you to know that van Jones van Jones think of this America van Jones is now considered an outsider because he's not extreme enough. This revolutionary communist right is not extreme. He was the guy who said, you know, green is the new red. He was. A full-fledged Marxist. He was a communist at one point admitted K admitted communist at one point he's now not extreme enough. He was a terrifying extremist when he was in the Obama administration. Now, he's rejected by the Democrats. That's how extreme they've become right? That's how radical they are. Right. And I I get so irritated. When I hear some of the media saying that the Republicans are trying to paint, the Democrats into being socialists. And that's what they're going to hammer for the next two years. Will there it yet? Look at them. Listen to them. They've admitted it Elizabeth Warren stood up for eighty minutes. The other day and proposed about one hundred and fifty trillion dollars in spending. Everything from not just universal college education, but universal pre-k universal. Pre pre K cradle to death cradle to death, the healthcare slave reparations. I the slave reparations alone are supposed to cost upwards of fourteen trillion. So here's here's Warren. You know, anybody who thinks no no, these guys are not extreme. Here's Elizabeth Warren. On healthcare and what she plans on doing to the free market system in healthcare. Listen to this the center is about making sure that every single person in this country. That's the coverage they need and that it's at a price that they can afford. We start with our values. We'll get.
"next two years" Discussed on High Noon
"But now we have a weird situation where the biggest man on campus is being jeopardised physically by his classmates, and what should Clemson do about this? How should they respond? I had two actions to the national championship one got Gelson hair. Seriously. What how do you do it, man? And to Clemson needs to wrap this human being in bubble wrap over the next two years, right because as much as you can imagine cleanse coaches clenching their teeth as they watched us and probably telling him a la-, Pat, Mahomes never to again Trevor's Trevor Lawrence's family and watching him play football for the next two years. Dollars for zero dollars. If he went into the NFL draft today, he would be the number one pick in my opinion. But he does not have that opportunity because of the rules. We're going to be cringing like this. The number one draft pick yet. He can't make all of the Pantene pro V money that you should be making based on these locks. Why isn't he getting the Barack Obama basketball treated, why are not all of these people on campus playing Obama ball? Let him shoot twenty times in a row. Let them feel good about himself and do not get him hurt. One rule imagining Clemson kid who Trevor low. Yeah, he would be SAS innate not an exaggeration last quote. Hey, Ramsey am. I still trash. Roach Allen to Jalen Ramsey while autographing a photo of himself. So let's look at the photo. And also Ramsey's reply which is low. Thank you for answering me hashtag. Yes. Tf? He thought exclamation point. We see on the screen over here you profile. Jalen Ramsey yourself. What did you think of Mr. Ramsey also left a comment on ESPN, Instagram paves? Really? Yes. In response to the question and like day PF tweet highlighting Josh Allen struggles Salen Ramsey is back. I think the only question after this season was whether he had been quote unquote, humbled by recent Jags and his performance, and whether he had changed, and I am delighted to see that the answer is no that he is still saying the things in public that most NFL players say behind closed doors. I personally do not think this problem because I do not believe that bulletin board. Material is a real thing unless you believe that. Josh Allen was so motivated by his comments city, completing forty two percent of his passes. And that game funny thing about eight has funny thing about how this happened. The autograph is that a fan approach, Josh Allen and exchanged money. It seems an exchange for this specific customized autograph..
"next two years" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Determines the threat to themselves or others house majority leader, Alec Garnett Representative Tom Sullivan, whose son Alex was killed in the Aurora theater shooting says this what should be a no-brainer. This is a simple thing to do to save lives. At a press conference announcing deduction of the Bill. No, Republicans were present Jerry bell KOA. Newsradio gun. Activists have threatened to recall democrat lawmakers over that Bill the city and county of Denver wants to give raises to its minimum wage workers while we've decided to here in Denver is to four in Oregon city council that would raise the minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour the next two years and all city operated facilities. Denver mayor. Michael Hancock says the wage hike will also affect contractors and concessionaires who have city contracts. The proposal requires approval from the city council the first twenty twenty presidential primary debate going to be held in June. The Democratic National Committee says that NBC news. News MSNBC until a Mundo. We're going to host the first debate over two consecutive nights in prime time. The debate will also stream online for NBC news and tell them on digital platforms. There's also a key Colorado democrat heading to key election state of Iowa next week KOA NewsRadio Connor shreve. Joining us live with who's. And what is that democratic Senator Michael Bennet who hasn't yet announced a run for president and necessarily, but he did right and delivery, particularly explosive attack against Republican Ted Cruz on the Senate floor last month and also told meet the press last weekend than having voice in the race wouldn't hurt. I think the country is sick and tired of Washington yapping about stuff and not actually doing anything. Why states a third democratic a third Republican a third independent? He will visit Iowa on the twenty second and twenty third of this month Dubuque and other northern Iowa towns on his schedule reporting live, Connor schrief, KOA NewsRadio. If you're lucky enough to be heading to the high country today for belong president's day.
"next two years" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Hundred ninety two point one. On Friday back to the phones. Matt Bristol, Connecticut. Great to have you, sir. Hi. Hi. How you doing? Good. Thank you, sir. My question, which I've been worried about is willing to bar actually do his job. Or will? They be another Jeff Sessions. Oh, no. He's not. No, no. He's not going to be Jeff Sessions. What what is your what is your complaint about sessions? I guess I should ask that before actually anti complete inactivity, not not following opera doing. All right. Well, and I can I can assure you that bar is not inept, I can assure you that he is engaged. I can assure you that he's not an idiot. I, but I can't assure you beyond that. I mean, I don't I don't know. For example. If you're asking me what he's gonna do vis-a-vis the Muller investigation. Couldn't begin to tell you. Now this hearing that's going on today. They're they're these these Democrats are losing their minds today. Talking to Matt Whitaker man Whitaker is the acting AG. He's going to be leaving office whatever bars confirmed next week. And they if there's an upshot of this they are livid. They're getting angrier and angrier Whitaker is told them over and over again that he has not interfered in the Muller investigation. And for some reason that's making them livid. I think they started the hearing today thinking that this guy has been in there trying to tamper with this investigation and screw Muller up. Somehow they've got him under oath. And I think they've expected to be able to corner him and get him to admit it. And he's answered every time. He's been asked that he hasn't had a thing to do. He knows it. He's seen the he's he's admitted that he has been privy to the details investigation. But he has not interfered in it at all. And they've got themselves tied into pretzels believing that he has and not just him. They think that everybody that works for Trump has been trying to undermine and sabotage the Muller investigation. And they will not let this go, and they are really out. Of their minds angry today. And this hearing today if you have a chance to follow it look at it. It's just a it's a it's a forerunner of what the next two years are going to be this is all the Democrats are gonna do. Even after the mullahs report comes out if it's not what they wanted to be. They're going to be looking at people that they think undermined it sabotaged it. But everything I know about bar is. Great reputation brilliant guy, the the one memo he wrote about this Muller investigation was not complimentary at all he wrote a memo suggesting that the Muller focus on obstruction of Justice was just absurd. And at which is was correct. But beyond that, I know no more than you. Do here's Ed Sun City, Florida. Great to have you on the network open line Friday. Hi, thanks rush. Does your opinion on something given all things the way they're happening? At least politically democrat side. I think we can sort of say things continue as they are Cortez is becoming the face of the Democratic Party as a result of that. I just can't see Schumer and Pelosi and their ilk stepping aside and letting her beat the messenger. I just don't see it. Russia. I see I should have a lot of things perhaps going on behind the scenes, just my opinion. But I just can't believe that they're gonna let her dictate the message of the party. Just your thoughts. I think we're already seeing evidence of that. With the fact that her green new deal anywhere to be found. And now she's out tweeting that the Republicans are lying about it. And mischaracterizing it which is a sign of how great degree new deal is. And she's talking about all these seventy Democrats that have signed onto it and want to endorse it, and she's accusing Republicans of lying about it. And writing about things in ways that are not true. She's. Look, these people are not very bright, folks. They're not very educated or not very bright. I don't think Pelosi. Is going to find a way to use? This woman. Not not dispatcher. Plus you'd be a fool not to use her. This woman could be brilliant raising money when she doesn't even know that that's how she's being used. But if Pelosi is half as smart as I think, she is she will find a way to exploit this enthusiasm and to use it for her and the parties on benefit that would be fundraising. She's not gonna let this woman. Become the face of the party Pelosi is the face of the Pelosi is not going gonna surrender that. But she'll find a way to make this this young kids efforts ended up helping the party do what she can to make sure they don't hurt. That would be my guess, hey, folks are a lot of families in this audience. A lot of people who have benefited from the security that comes with SimpliSafe home security system at three million people now three million people are now using simply safe. This company is on a mission by its founder not too many years ago..
"next two years" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"We're going to pull out of this treaty because the Russians violating. So it seems that has been why didn't know some sort of semantic quibbling about this. Anyway, pretty much since the the inception to the to the point about Russia, saying plans developed new systems will this just then be sort of formalizing, the kinds of technologies that have already been airing any case, and it or will they look to further expand that capability if you look at what said gay Shoyigu. The defense minister says he said we're going to develop within the next two years new missiles as they have a sea-launched cruise missile called the caliber they said we're gonna launch over here. We're going to have a land based version of that, which of course, would violate the IMF treaty were still an operation. And also a new land based hypersonic missile obviously can trouble huge speeds. Now. Either. He's bluffing or they're well on the way to developing these because you cannot develop any new weapon system and in two years and enroll it out these things take years and years to develop even if you're doubting another a sea-based version, you can't just stick it on wheels, or whatever and make it a land base. It's not as simple as that. So either he's in probably a well, rehearsed speech because Trump had warned back in October last year. He was making PO very loud noises saying he was going to pull out of an F. So they've been rehearsing speech an-. And now they've said, right? Well, that's what we're gonna do or all along in. What would it be in a further violation of the tree that they'd be? They've been developing these missiles anyway, so if they are going to deploy them within two years, then that suggests that this has been a plan all along, and it's got nothing to do with the Americans pulling out of enough. And indeed that the American claims about the fact that these violations were ongoing may have more more substance. Yeah. What about strategic poten-? Strategic deployment you've already talked in some detail about the potential ranges here. And we know think you, and I have sat around this table and talk about the fears of Russian aggression certain nations have on the eastern fringes of Europe. For example. Is there a sort of a part of the world where developments of missiles with these kinds of capabilities are particularly relevant. If we look at what Russia may seek to to do with the with these capabilities. Yes, europe. These are those sort of missiles are particularly dangerous for because they could be fired from Russian territory pretty well into and into anywhere in Europe. So Europe comes under the biggest threat, there is also a China element here. But that's that's par for the moment. But as far as Russian missiles are concerned. Yes, it's it's Europe that that there would be aimed at the what I think is the real worry is that two things first of all the Russians in in all their rhetoric already talk about being at war with the west. They have built up this image of the way. As the bogeyman. They have to do this in order to keep Putin empower their people thinking, oh, you know, we we have to spend money on these weapons. So that's one thing. You know, they're already talking about being war, and they have a very large spectrum of weaponry. I I use that in inverted commas. But because it means at the lower end of the scale, it seems like information on this..
"next two years" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"The next Markley and van camp. A school is reportedly banning the pledge of allegiance because it's hateful. I wish you were joking. But I bet you're not it should be fun tonight at nine zero six on news talk. Eight fifty W F T L. So I see Howard Schultz a former CEO of Starbucks on. He was on FOX. On CNN sitting down on CNN elevated, vitamin FOX, although they should actually because he'll be the democrat killer. If he runs. They should probably send my fruit basket. The Republicans best friend for the next two years because if he runs he's gonna is gonna kill it for the devs habit. This is a conspiracy theory how about Howard Schultz really is a Republican in a Democrats, clothing, trucks, pal. Trump's Powell get Trump reelected. That's a that is a conspiracy of fix if you will that I can get behind. Yeah. Yeah. That might be it. So anyway, yeah, he's making the rounds. He's definitely running. He's going to be on TV and doing a lot of these these in store the greet meet and greet at Barnes and noble. I have to think they'll be more hecklers coming his way. We'll have to see. I mean, I think that this is like his this isn't putting feelers out if he doesn't get a lot of good response out there. He might not. I don't know. How would you want to run? If all you're going to do is get berated and hated for the whole fact how like the heckler yesterday was it yesterday. Sort of like an ego. Oh, a oh. And then if it gets to be like this, though, coffee sucks. Cheetos Sox's overrated, he's not really Starbucks anymore. I'm sure he's got stock. Here's like a chairman. He used to be. But I think now he's just like a chairman. He's the guy who who heard about these two guys who opened a coffee shop in Seattle. He's the guy that took it and made it what it is like he didn't he didn't. He wasn't the founder. He wasn't a coffee maker. But he was the guy who saw the potential. There's also stories about him that because he's from Canarsie from Brooklyn. So the stories about him that he's the hanging out with a bunch of wiseguys. He go to one of those social clubs wise guys. That's like a term from like the sixties. That's what they're called. Are. They really I thought you're using slang. But it's like it's like from obstacles wise, guys. Oh, what are you talking about? No.
"next two years" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"You are listening to the very best of Todd and dawn, and we're going to be live at five thirty. So you stay tuned. You're listening to the best of Todd and Don on NewsRadio KLBJ last night. It kind of celebrate kind of get together at a restaurant and our bar Representative Rashida to lob she's from Michigan. Well, here's what she had to say. After her swearing in ceremony. She's there with friends and family and grabbed the microphone. Says momma luck, you one bullies. Don't win. Maybe they talked going to go on. They're winning. Great. Thank you, America. Their goodness. Cushion way to go. Well, done joining us on the news line this morning from the state of Texas Senator John Cornyn is with us Senator. Good morning. Good to be with you, gentlemen. Thank you. It's kind of it's kind of embarrassing to see what some of these fringe candidates who got elected to the midterms or are willing to say. And do that's all they so much for being civil right in the house. I thought they were gonna tone that down. Well, apparently, they they they haven't gotten the memo yet. Yeah. Talk to us a little bit about this it appears that Nancy Pelosi and the president of the kind of digging in their heels when it comes to the government shutdown the partial shutdown and the funding for the border wall. Where are you on on all of this? Well, I think the president's right? I think our border is porous. The only area that I would differ with him somewhat. Is that I think talking to the experts like the border patrol have convinced me that really it's a three legged stool, you need physical barriers the wall or fencing and some parts of the border because particularly in urban areas, which are easy to penetrate and get across and lose people quickly. But you also need technology things like radar ground sensors drones. And then you need the border patrol to be able to make the make the apprehension and detention of people who are coming your costs together with the drugs and other contraband. So but right now Nancy Pelosi, I think is unwilling to come to the table. She's being pulled even farther by some of the more radical elements in her party. She's now called something like the bipartisan secure fence act, which we passed. I think it was in two thousand six she's calling that extra barrier. Immoral. So she's not clearly not of a mind to negotiate. And it's hard to get to a solution. When people are just looking to score political points. I she lives in a home that surrounded by walls. No doubt. That sounds immoral. You know, there's there's a lot to get to over the next two year period specifically when we're talking about the border, you get to see a whole lot more the intelligence when it comes to border security than we do. But give us some highlights. How bad is it on the border? We hear stories of sex trafficking, drugs, all kinds of horrible things. And we heard yesterday that thousands of known criminals have been apprehended trying to come into the country gives us some of the highlights. The people should be concerned about. Well, it does seem to be a two different worlds that we all live in the US side, which is by and large peaceful and relatively safe insecure. I know our friends, for example in El Paso, say it's one of the safest cities in the United States. But right across the border in trying to get into the United States are people who were exporting the gaps in our enforcement system and gaps in our law and people who wanna pray on demand for heroin and other illegal drugs in the United States last year alone. There were four hundred thousand apres Hitchens at the border. We have a strange way of judging our success. We look at how many people we have not we we don't know how many actually made their way through into the United States, but we do know that ninety percent of the heroin that makes its way into the United States comes from Mexico, and is this is a huge profit center for the drug cartels who also engage in realistic. Activity like human trafficking of women and children for sex slavery in the United States. So this is not some sort of innocuous for benign activity. These are these are criminal organizations that are what has been described as commodity agnostic. In other words, they really don't care what the commodity is whether it's a person whether it's a drug or whether it's a weapon, they're in it for the money, and this is an enormously profitable business for them. And we need to be doing more to stop it into shut it down. And unfortunately, Democrats don't seem to be willing to join us to do that. You're listening to the best of Todd and dawn on NewsRadio KLBJ everybody type Jeffries here along with Don prior. This is the best of the Todd Don show, but stay with us. We're live coming up at five thirty on NewsRadio LBJ..
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"Arizona's morning news news flash. I'm Jamie west with three things you need to know right now. A new congress will be sworn in today in the midst of a partial government shutdown more on that next with valley political expert, Emily, Ryan, California. Democrat Nancy Pelosi is expected to be elected house speaker later today as Democrats assume control of the house. She says Democrats top priorities include lowering healthcare costs at investing in green infrastructure. China has put a probe on the dark side of the moon that part of the moon is never been explored. You're never more than fifteen minutes away. From today's top stories on Arizona's news station. KTAR news. KTAR in-depth knows how to deal with women in power and women with strange, but we'll see let's hope for the best in that regard that soon to be house majority leader Nancy Pelosi this morning on NBC's today show talking about President Trump and how she thinks he will work with her and other women in high places and today's very historic day in Arizona as two female senators will be sworn into office later this morning, Martha mcsally, of course, to take the next two years of John McCain's term and Kirsten cinema who replaces outgoing Senator Jeff flake new joined now by valley political expert, Emily Ryan with copper state consulting and aside from the government shutdown issues. Emily, let's start with the two new senators. What are the biggest challenges Kirsten cinema and Martha mcsally you're gonna face? Reno. Martha make Sally is stepping into this position knowing she's got to run to hold this office in two years. So she's almost campaigning as soon as she hits the ground, and and frankly with Senator cinema, she'll be doing the same. She's a tireless campaigner so believe it or not they're both already thinking about their next election, and how they can hold on to the state that that's interesting, and I did read something this morning that Martha mcsally has already been making appearances where it appears that she's coming off as a candidate running for re election, but that's one of the the challenges with assuming the the term of the late. Senator John McCain is you gotta turn right around and run again in two years. So you're right soon. She takes office she's running for reelection again. Exact that's exactly right. And she's going to have that in the back of her mind with every vote she cast so everything challenging and the one thing with this presidential administration is you know, it's not been a pass. Pass or a a free ride for anyone in congress or the US Senate. They're facing challenging issues every month. They're put in a position where they've got to step up and make a stand one way or another. And you know, that that's a difficult thing. If you're calculating your next election. Emily Ryan with copper state consulting joining us on Arizona's morning news in the house. Former Phoenix mayor Greg Stanton. Get sworn in today. He'll be with us tomorrow morning scheduled to join us tomorrow morning. Do you expect that Greg Stanton is going gonna be more of a moderate like Kirsten cinema or he'll join the ranks of the far left? He's gonna have to be more of a moderate Greg Stanton was a liberal mayor and he's run in a moderate district. And any ran a great campaign. He's got great name. I d but that district has a lot of Republicans a lot of Democrats a lot of people started crossover vote, and he's gonna find himself in the same position. Senator cinema was in when she held that seat. Retired a lot about how SAMA went from a far left activists tight, and is really moderated over the last few years, that's largely impart. She that the seat. She held in the district. She represented and Greg is going to have to learn to find that. I I would say Greg Stanton and tunnel Halloran are going to be the toughest spot walking in to a government shutdown because they're going to have people in the last wanting to hold together and really fight this and they're going to be thinking about those conservative voters in their district. Yeah, it's they walk in and immediately have to be confronted with the shutdown issues before. Or they can get to anything else valley political expert, Emily Ryan with copper state consulting. We thank you for joining us this morning on Arizona's morning news at six eighteen. Let's get the latest on traffic.