23 Burst results for "Paula Jones"

"paula jones" Discussed on American Scandal

American Scandal

04:05 min | Last week

"paula jones" Discussed on American Scandal

"Performs oral sex on him. Really? And you know this for a fact. I have a whole spreadsheet from her with the dates and times they met, including phone calls. The president is a big fan of phone sex, apparently. I'm thinking I could write a book. Show the world who Clinton really is. Well, you know me, I'd love to expose Clinton. Sounds like there's definitely a book there. But it would be an even bigger book. If your mystery woman went public, do you think she'd be willing to talk to Paula Jones lawyers? I've heard they're looking for other staffers who've had sexual encounters with Clinton. They want to establish a pattern of behavior. Trip pauses, as she considers the question. She knows all about Paula Jones and her stunning accusation. Jones has claimed that president Clinton sexually harassed her back when he was the governor of Arkansas. She filed a civil lawsuit against the president, and if other women came forward with similar stories, it would help her case. But it's unlikely that Lewinsky would go public. Now Lucian, I don't think she'd do that. She's very loyal to him, despite how he's.

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"paula jones" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"paula jones" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Explanation Woz that he doesn't talk to pawns. They don't deserve his attention, And he only said this through statement to explain why he wasn't available. The NBA was finding him. The NBA was finally the Nets and this wasn't exactly the best explanation. Why Don't talk to Paula Jones had not is worth more, not official statements. D a instagram. Yeah, right. And Apparently, the Nets were like, Dude, you have to talk here. We're getting killed in the NBA said you've got to talk. And finally he did. And off course, when Kyra's asked about such comments is it really haven't answered and really have an explanation? Because He's not They focused, clear individual. He is up to us. He is vague. He works in gray areas. He is cryptic. It is who Kyrie Irving is. And Kyrie has always felt that Kyrie was the smartest guy on the planet and everybody else realized. The Kyrie didn't know what Kyrie was talking about. But here's the thing about Kyrie Irving. Not just about the media. Who cares me talk to the media. The NBA wants you to because they want good press. The NBA wants you to because they want their stars and their players to be accessible by the fans. They want their players to speak so that there's no preferential treatment around the MBA. If LeBron's gonna speak well, then everybody's gonna speak right. But I don't care. I don't care if carrier it doesn't speak to the media all season long. I don't care if he thinks every media members upon that doesn't hurt my feelings. It doesn't make me feel any worse about anything does make me feel worse about Job like clothes or anything else. This is not really about that. It's out. Kyrie moving, not understanding. The power of his actions. You could say whatever he wants about the media. Who cares? But if you don't talk, and everybody else does If you don't talk, and you and your team are find every day, you're making a problem. It's just a problem. This is the structure in which it is built. And so you have to find a way to navigate that. You know, it's like somebody who gets straight A's in high school in their land. Don't like society. I'm outta here. I'm gonna go to an island and become a world famous explorer. Something like that. What do you to do me? Oh, you feel like they're the smartest of the plan. But if you can't work with structure of what we have built here, Of course you can chop teach angel things. Just acting like I'm not gonna be that name. What would you do? What are you gonna do? Until the issues surrounding Kyrie Irving, never ending. It really is never ending. Will address this coming up here on the other side of the break, also got the 12 days of Christmas straight ahead to CBS Sports Radio. Raise both arms and wait goodbye to anything that holds you back. Let.

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"paula jones" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"paula jones" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Nobody realizes that many American lives in the save the state used on MASH and Tessie recommended about matters. Joe Biden. Must be on next. Okay, Great. Jimmy, I need you here. Who needs to be the next president from Jimmy Carter. I mean, that is a sterling recommendation from a man who is literally one of the five worst president in the history of the United States. That is very, very exciting stuff. They Then we got Bill Clinton. Hey, So I'm old enough to remember when the Democratic Party was the me to party believe all women believe all women justice bread Cabinet was probably a rapist based on no evidence whatsoever, other than an account that was disputed by every single other person who's mentioned in the account from Christine Christine Blazy, Ford I'm old enough to remember when the Democratic Party was declaring that anyone everyone was accused of a thing had to go. In fact, in that brief moment, there was some talk in the Democratic Party about how Bill Clinton is done right. Bill Clinton had to go There was talk in this new fangled Democratic party about how if they could go back in time, they really would have rethought that whole Lewinsky. Paula Jones wanted abroad Rick thing, and maybe they would have thought twice about Clinton. Well, now they thought twice about thinking twice, so Bill Clinton got tried it out to give Again, one of the least self aware speeches in the history of a of a convention. So we're going to get into the non ironic speech by Bill Clinton. Like Did he run it by anybody before? He said it out loud. Coming up more bad Democratic re treads. John Kerry is back to tell you about what the troops want. Yeah, The guy who slandered troops for like decades is the bench girl shelf. News is next. But first you're w l s Weather channel forecast Showers and storms today could produce a strong, gusty winds. Heavy rain the two upper eighties tonight early evening showers and storms. Patchy fog laid away from the lake. Low around 70 early fog there Monday. Otherwise, sunshine loaded mid nineties mid eighties along the lake. Mostly sunny on Tuesday, little mid nineties mideighties near the lake from the weather Channel. I'm Jeffrey. No wools. Same 8 90 with another update in 30 minutes. Hurricane Marco is packing 75 mile an hour winds as he approaches the Gulf Coast along with Tropical Storm Laura, who is a few days behind Louisiana Governor John Bell. Edwards says a hurricane watch has been issued for the New.

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"paula jones" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"paula jones" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"What I show we have here sitting in the seat for Vince colonies today is Hans von Spakovsky hunts good morning good good morning merry at all I'm not actually sitting in his his state right thank that's been the going jokers like I'm really not Vince's basement or Vince's attic or every broke as well I'm in my own home all right so the president yesterday Hans I his team was arguing a day about these these subpoenas to get the presidents of tax returns you have us iris Vance junior working for the southern New York I guess is the Manhattan district they're trying to get his tax returns you have OB the house trying to get his tax returns as well two separate cases and they're arguing could be somewhat two different things you do have the DOJ are helping them out this time around which is which is different from I I guess in the past there's is actually three cases that were argued yesterday of the trump team has sought to prevent these in these subpoenas from being enforced that were issued not directly to him but to his accounting firm you'll you'll hear mais ours that's his accounting firm and to banks Deutsche Bank and Capital One for financial records including tax returns now it's got to the Supreme Court because because lower courts in Washington and New York ruled against the president in all three of those cases are the rulings are likely within weeks now he has declined to a we as we know releases tax returns jihad some ruling likely coming in just a couple weeks in the Supreme Court not just to give you an idea in nineteen ninety seven the Supreme Court ruled unanimously that sitting presidents could be sued for conduct outside of official duties the bill Clinton case with Paula Jones that was that it was a win there for her and in ninety seven it unanimously ruled that Nixon had to comply with court subpoenas for the tape recordings of the Watergate scandal NET two of trump's cases concern his effort to block enforcement of subpoenas by the house our house committees that are seeking his financial records from may's ours and both Deutsche Bank in capital one the other case concerns a subpoena issued to may's ours for similar information including tax returns as part of a grand jury investigation into trump is being conducted by the Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance junior the New York criminal investigation comes out of the whole thing with Avenatti and stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal and these alleged payments of hush money which we know and correct me if I'm wrong here house but when you if you signed a non disclosure agreements are very common I if you fall in a casino somewhere you fall in a restaurant you slip and fall a lot of times will settle out of court they'll say okay fine will pay you a hundred fifty thousand dollars for your suffering in your injuries but you're not allowed to talk about this because they don't want everybody and his brother to know that you can slip inside of you know Bob's restaurant and they'll pay a hundred fifty thousand dollars so they they put a gag order on the person so you can't discuss it is it am I right that's normal yeah look look I actually listen to the oral arguments yesterday before the U. S. Supreme Court I don't people realize but you know they just like everybody else nobody's making health out of the courtroom there so the arguments are being done over the internet remotely and you can actually listen live something you've never been able to do before Silas the argument yesterday and I frankly don't think that the lawyer for the house of representatives did a very good job what what people need to understand about this and and this is this is what was debated discussed yesterday was yeah look committees in Congress have broad oversight authority but it isn't completely open there has to be a legislative purpose behind any investigation and if they were really unable to a justify or or come up with a real legislative purpose in all these house committees trying to get all of the president's financial records I mean it's pretty clear that what was going on is they just want these financial records because they want to find what they can to expose and there's a lot of cash yesterday about they can engage in exposure just for the sake of exposure interesting all right well what let's let's talk more about this because we do have some of that since you listen to to the to the hearings yesterday you probably have a lot more information that you like to share with us including some of the questions maybe that were asked by some of the justices and I coming up we also have in exchange for you between J. secular secular and a leg Elena Kagan for everyone to listen to for those of us who did not sit and listen to the arguments yesterday but I'm.

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"paula jones" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"paula jones" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"We are back on the red hot stove league presented by the holy grail banks but why did you D. alpine Jim day Paula Jones about the little bit of a technical difficulty we had going to our last break we hope that is solved I am emanating from my house tonight as a preventative measure with this corona virus and the pandemic that is going on in society Thom Brennaman is in his house president baseball operations for the Reds Dick Williams at his house and we certainly want to talk about baseball going forward Dick I I just had a couple more points I wanted to to make or at least get out there none of the Cincinnati employees have tested positive here in red country now that doesn't mean that they've tested negative either a lot of testing happened today in fact I got tested there was a group of Reds employees that were down there getting tested wall no one three to five days but to your knowledge on the player front no one has symptoms right now or anyone that you're worried about yeah that's right yeah we we are being very proactive we have been now for a while we send out thank you to all of our minor league players major league players and all of our minor **** league coaches a daily email with a very short health so the wild the coach or player to respond with a click or two and then the ones that identify themselves as having some sort of **** whatever it may be we we call up we have a phone call we discuss whether or not additional care is needed more often than not you know those have been headaches or fevers or costs that it resolved themselves in a couple of days critical that we know so that is June is one of those people had symptoms that continue and or elevate but we begin a communication outreach to people around the you know it's it's it's just so important to keep tabs on this and and communicate about it in fact we had a positive test you mean doesn't doesn't point to a failure in the system of points to how well it's worked in that we know I feel like we likely prevented a lot more illnesses or or spread of this by by being able to identify who was and communicate as quickly as we did what did for her you know hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of people legend leads that were in Arizona around that time are you asking at this point you may have touched on this if you were talking about it already so forgive me if I missed it are you in a situation where in your job you feel like you have to ask all the players who were in the vicinity apparently are Arizona based employees who is tested positive for convert nineteen do you feel like every player at this point needs to be tested or not yeah no no I didn't want to be clear I don't leak it I mean I think people tend to get hyper focused on the one individual that might have a right to realize that this should be everywhere court records show and so I want everybody regardless of whether we have an employee tested positive this message up which means all your cash think about the preventive measures you can take and be very aware of your body and your personal symptoms and if you have a go get tested if you don't know you probably don't need to once you once you've been in the presence of a confirmed positive test you should be even more vigilant and we are even getting ahead of that year's Cincinnati in in in in trying to get progressively getting some people tested before they might be symptomatic just so that if something does come up we connected as much as we can in the blood rather than waiting and being active and I really credit still canceling the project on the phone and getting a lot of that raged on behalf of store staff yeah but yeah the hope is the hope is that we're all being preventive so players we are we are we are keeping a daily contact with them Hey this is this is gonna work with them very quickly to get tested they're just like anybody else in the population no keep an eye on that no question and the Reds in fact at a employee meeting yesterday and it was done via video as the Reds of shut down their offices to lease April thirteenth and that decision close the offices was unrelated to today's announcement if you're just joining us a year round Arizona red simply tested positive for the virus so as we talked about all the precautionary measures are being made going forward all right you boys one docks baseball why not absolutely what unfortunately this is also related to what's going on deck but women if you get the signal that okay we can reconvene and start getting ready for a season that we hope is going to happen what will spring training look like when you get back well that that you can afford to think about you know because we can go and just double different directions with that and I'd like to hear your thoughts but in some of our depend on how long we're out each but if I if I can back up just for a second step one for us is what we're doing right now for these guys for these players Missy on certain presented with and so our coaching staff on our medical staff has been hard at work developing for each and every read a individualized plan so we've got the healthy players in one bucket and we have players in another pocket but for each player we need to right now be telling them Hey this isn't you know go home lock yourself out there they're not sure what to do we need to give them the tools to get ready we need to tell them you should be doing a lot of work you shouldn't be doing a lot of work so we're working to visualizing those workloads and we're aggressively deploying kind of an in home workout kit that'll be tailored for each player so a way for them to to kind of create their own home gym whether they have one or not do some exercises that all of us can do that in the governance of the that's the focus right now to see how long does it take a lot of words you know we we we heard that it most likely will be back in Arizona the longer that pushes into the summer I was very well with the heat of a Phoenix summer can feel like you know so the spring training become a nighttime activity your early morning activity instead of on the day does it does it end up staying in the home markets you know there's a lot of a lot of different ways you could take it and how long we have to get the players ready if you go back and you have a smaller campus so we go back with thirty five players thirty players making up instead of the sixteen started with did you start playing five inning games that you don't have the fillers to fill the back into those games did you play five minutes into each other than games progressively getting better I'm.

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"paula jones" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"paula jones" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"The the the Miller Miller what was the guys know that member that said he hadn't done anything wrong well what what have you done under room what a Clinton Clinton had lied Clinton had said he hadn't had sex with Monica Lewinsky he had in fact remember Clinton settled with Paula Jones customer must a million dollars Clinton lost his law license Clinton finally agreed lad under wrote me we had a Clinton had actually committed crimes it's a crime it's perjury land arose member that's when he would never they had that whole deal it depends on what the meaning of use is it was embarrassing the poor dad they had a dead to rights but I I I mean do I want to remember what what what it does say trump had done man I swear can you believe that was all day every day must not have been much because he got reelected no but seriously I can remember is I can't remember what what did they claim he had done man I don't know it doesn't matter he got reelected so it must not have been anything I know but I remember at the time thank goodness myself thank you in diet they they they cannot indict they can't impeach a guy and they did remember every day they would stop there for you let's say he's a bad one a burger yeah he's a brand will leave are very usable boogie man he's a cookie monster he's still my cookies made me feel badly hurt my feelings and made me feel small I had to go to the therapist is not nice is hairs not real is colors orange yeah but remember they had to come up with something that he'd done wrong and they couldn't do.

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Bloomberg taking steps to enter presidential race as a Democrat

All Things Considered

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

Bloomberg taking steps to enter presidential race as a Democrat

"The already crowded field of democratic presidential hopefuls may be expanding again former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg is hinting that he may join the race more from NPR Scott dentro Bloomberg was elected mayor as a Republican but shifted to independent and eventually Democrat he spent million ten democratic candidates gun control and climate change efforts but after Bloomberg initially skip to run he told a conference in Bermuda he couldn't win in the current democratic climate alas I was willing to change all my views and go one what CNN called an apology tour Joe Biden went on the Paula Jones should being male over fifty why but now it Bloomberg spokesman says Mike is increasingly concerned that the current field of candidates is not well positioned to defeat president trump and he's reassessing filing deadlines are fast approaching in New Hampshire and other states it's got dentro NPR news

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A legal expert analyzes the impeachment process

99% Invisible

04:48 min | 2 years ago

A legal expert analyzes the impeachment process

"First. Let's distinguish a criminal prosecution from impeachment the Constitution specifies. How certain federal officials including including the president and vice president can be impeached or removed from office? The House of Representatives decides whether to issue articles of impeachment these are formal accusations accusations if it thinks that the person has committed treason bribery or other high crimes and misdemeanors once that happens the Senate presides over the trial of the person being impeached. No all the sounds like a criminal prosecution but it really isn't impeachment is different because of the outcome of a Senate connection. The person is removed from office. That's it no other consequences now. An actual criminal prosecution of course carries with it a lot of possible very serious. This consequences prison fines probation things like that. No one argues about whether the constitution itself considers the president subject to impeachment who's right there in black and white article two of the Constitution specifically names the president as one of those people who can be subjected to impeachment conviction fiction and removal. We've never seen the whole process happened before but presidents. Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton came pretty close both were impeached by the House House and tried by the Senate Nixon of course resigned in nineteen seventy four after the House Judiciary Committee approved three articles of impeachment but before the house us as a whole voted on them now what about the criminal prosecution of a president while a vice president can clearly be prosecuted and in fact they have been. It's not quite clear that the president himself could be now if you look at the text of the Constitution itself. There's nothing there that says a president. President is immune from criminal prosecution. The closest thing that exists in the constitution's text is actually about impeachment in article three section three three it says that the person removed by impeachment shall nevertheless be liable and subject to indictment trial judgment and punishment according according to law so what most people think this means is that a person who's been impeached can also be prosecuted separately but it doesn't answer the specific question of whether they're a sitting president you know someone who still in office can be criminally prosecuted whether impeached or not the supreme court has never decided a case that resolves this question what what we do have instead our legal memos written during both the Clinton and Nixon presidencies that give us some opinions on the subject. They're not binding and the way that a supreme court the case would be but because they were written to provide official guidance. They're still pretty useful. In one thousand nine hundred eighty eight independent counsel Kenneth Starr asked Ronald Rotunda a well known conservative law professor an expert on constitutional law to write a memo on whether a sitting President Clinton of course could be prosecuted. Rotunda responded with a fifty six page legal memo. It's basic point was yes. Yes a sitting president can be prosecuted. Rotunda thought that the president could delay imprisonment but not the prosecution itself you know but there's an important qualifier to rotunda memo. He said he was analyzing president. Clinton's Clinton's very specific situation. Keep in mind. Clinton was ultimately impeached for obstruction of justice and perjury relating to the Paula Jones case this. This was a case that had nothing to do with the presidency itself. Rotunda was saying Yup Clinton can be criminally prosecuted for those things to in fact Rotunda made Ada clear and said I express no opinion as to whether the federal government could indict a president for allegations that involve his official duties as president and then there's Nixon who ultimately resigned because of the Watergate scandal this of course involve the president trying to cover up the scandal in nineteen seventy three the office of Legal Counsel in the Justice Department prepared illegal memo that concluded that the president was immune from criminal prosecution while in office. I can see why Nixon in one that opinion out there in March of nineteen seventy four grand jury handed down indictments. These are formal charges against seven. White House aides regarding Watergate now President President Nixon was named as an Unindicted Co Conspirator. That term refers to a person who's alleged in an indictment to have engaged in a conspiracy. That's an agreement meant to do something illegal but that person's not personally charged in the Indictment Special Watergate prosecutor Leon worse kfi advise the jury that in his view a president doesn't could not be prosecuted in these circumstances in another memo dated August Ninth Nineteen Seventy four the same day that Nixon resigned Gysky Gorski

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California man’s vaping-related death marks 7th in nation

Dr. Daliah

05:59 min | 2 years ago

California man’s vaping-related death marks 7th in nation

"I. so now we have a seventh may be related deaths being reported California man has died of a severe lung disease vaping or to fox news related death marks the second in the state of California and the seventh in the nation in recent weeks he was over forty the man is not identified any listen to layer county. according to doctor Karen hot air county public health officer she said was send this report that is about it there's been a death of a jeweler Kelly resident suspected to be related to severe pulmonary injury associate with. so now the two layer can only public health branch would like the world residence any use of eighty six poses a possible risk to health of one's it could potentially cause severe lung injury and may even lead to death long term effects of vaping on health are unknown. anyone considering VV should be aware of the series potential risk associated with maybe. so they say the man also suffered from other complicating health issues. five anyone over forty so you don't know maybe you have COPD maybe he was a smoker and already had a week long as we don't know. right now the CDC is investigating over three hundred eighty cases across thirty six states this is the second definitely reporting California other deaths have occurred in Kansas Illinois Indiana Minnesota and Oregon. and I know some of you are saying okay you know everybody's a fool the role you know we're talking about one or two people a total of seven in a nation there's all this big drama and media attention and you know what yeah there's there's going to be this media attention because. thing that Americans don't want to do is get caught with their pants down okay. being in the media. and so we have so many other things killing. so many of us right I mean we have you know all these gun violence and you know it helps stabbings and mental illness and car accidents drunk driving you're right I mean there are people being killed every day. from all sorts of stuff. okay that story is in a sexy. talk about baby right now they've been is a big thing if you have been in your tagline in your key words you know it's it's gonna get top internet focus. and as a doctor. I am welcoming the attention that they've been is getting because I really don't want. full thinking it's a healthy solution to smoke and I don't want people to use the word healthy healthy in vaping should not be synonymous. it should be a very very very slow I'm sorry a very very short term get off smoking. but then get the hell our VP is fast as you can and that would be mine that would be the headline in my article get the hell off a bit as quick as you can. we don't know what the hell does. but the problem is is we have millions vaping. and so I have no problem with does make a big deal about seven deaths one is because it's seven too many but she always because we really got a lot of people doing it and we if we were effective and scaring kids to not smoke maybe will be effective it's during kids to not think. what I will not tolerate is vilifying the company. for the vaping best when they weren't really involved so for example one because we think of these vaping does is the THC oil. many of the patients were smoking THC oil well then the oil unfortunately kind of clogs up the lung cells in the lungs can't do what they need to do. now they say others reporter only some of the B. nicotine. some patients used both for the majority of them were smoking THC oil. doctors say the illnesses resemble elation injury the body a purely is reacting to the substance of the breed then so you would look at. fatigue chest pain diarrhea even vomiting you will see in the people who get this vaping Ellis but the CDC so as not identify the specific costs. right now though they are recommended to avoid VP our products have THC. because they seem to see that that is a common ingredient. and they have found that vitamin E. acetate with in. of the devices could be a culprit now yesterday we heard about the mint menthol. having a cancer causing compound. now this cancer causing compound that they have found in mint and menthol flavored E. six has been banned by US regulators but it has been banned as a food additive right now I think it is has free range any six the findings were published in the journal Jammeh internal medicine and provide the latest evidence about the concern to E. CIGS and vaping. and they found Paula Jones or pulling gone. and it's a carcinogenic constitutes of men's plants oil. and it is all but he said users one thousand times higher than those who smoke menthol cigarettes. that was from Duke University school of medicine researchers the study involved six types of pulling gonna containing smokeless tobacco an E. cigarette liquids use for baby. the FDA barred the use of pull a gun I'm from family service pronounced it as a food additive because it had gotten petitions route the departmental groups of the FDA barred but only as a food additive what the hell are people doing smoking it well it's in

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"paula jones" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

06:55 min | 2 years ago

"paula jones" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"On September. the morning. daytime states are. choose world. in however. this unit is. Travis Scott antisocial in the mix. DJ Jr dropping a one a two point seven this is. yes. vision. remember this recall girlfriend of a guy who works with us Paula Jones because he lives yeah. the same thing for his from all. we get into next. then you. I think. and. run a social house on one.

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"paula jones" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

06:19 min | 2 years ago

"paula jones" Discussed on KTRH

"Generator supercenter dot com you will be asked he was being sued by a woman named Paula Jones who was one of many women over the years who have who have accused former president then president Bill Clinton of sexual harassment Paula Jones has a story to tell she sued Bill Clinton and he would have written he would eventually settle with her now even the biggest Bill Clinton defender would have to confess when faced with the information that there's a pretty good case that Bill Clinton was guilty including the fact that he settled with her for about a million dollars was that relevant yes it was because he was asked under oath whether or not he had done certain things now as part of a pattern which will often be asked Hey is this a guy who has sex with women in circumstances where there is a power imbalance now if in fact he had sex with other women that doesn't make him necessarily a rapist sexual assault her as regards Paula Jones but it is a factor that could have been considered in the upcoming trial Bill Clinton said now haven't done anything with anyone that is why the deposition of Monica Lewinsky was important Monica Lewinsky had originally said no we've never done anything a story that Bill Clinton stuck to and urged her to do the same but then the FBI said to Monica Lewinsky we're aware that you lied because Linda Tripp is in possession of a dress of yours with president Clinton's body fluid on it either you tell the truth under oath or you're going to be punished for having perjured yourself now regardless the issue about which we're asking if you lie under oath it's a serious crime and has to be punished otherwise our court system can't hold up the rule of law all the foundation for the rule of law is such things when you take an oath that yes under oath I attest that what I'm about to say is the truth the whole truth as I understand it so hello so Monica Lewinsky said well are here's the deal so Bill Clinton is about to set they do this the night before Bill Clinton is going to set for his final deposition on the issue of Paula Jones and they wanted to show Bill Clinton that they knew he was lying so Bill Clinton was asked a series of questions and then they moved into Monica Lewinsky and if you've ever heard the audio you will see that he becomes uneasy Bill Clinton is many things but dom is not one of them he knew that he was in the act of perjuring himself and so he began to speak in a circular fashion so that he could later defend what he'd said as technically correct but certainly not actually answering the question that was when he uttered the famous phrase that depends on what the meaning of is is if use means never had remember that well then he went out to the public and said something not under oath but in front of a camera he wagged his finger in front of the camera and he said I did not have sex with that woman miss Lewinsky by this time he has split with Monica Lewinsky and he and his wife as well as her tendency are out to destroy Monica now that's kind of an important matter the lying under oath is a rather important matter and we're going to get to why that matters later in the show but first il Han Omar and Rashida tali two of the four members of the squad are in the news before we get to why they're in the news when Bill Clinton was caught and he was asked repeatedly by the press did you why when you said that about ms Lewinsky do you feel bad that you've lied because eventually had to confess that he had and Bill Clinton had a line that the press ran with and that the Democrats clung to he said you all keep asking me these questions about women but for every time you ask me that question and take up my time answering these questions a father doesn't go back to work to support his family a hungry child does not get to eat a struggling community is not any better a child attending broken schools does not learn more I busied myself on things that matter to real Americans does it really matter what the squad is up to does the average American today really care whether Rashida tali are ill Han Omar are going to visit Israel or not of course not these are the types of story the media loves and that our water cooler conversation and so we catch up with.

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Mueller Won't Say It, but Trump Clearly Obstructed Justice

Armstrong and Getty

12:15 min | 2 years ago

Mueller Won't Say It, but Trump Clearly Obstructed Justice

"Just moments away from round two former special counsel Robert Muller taking questions from lawmakers this time on the intelligence committee we are just moments away from that committee hearing to convene on with a K. G. as Ron Owens cages John Ross manning KGO as Pat Thurston and I wanted to bring up something before we go back to the committee obstruction of justice and the argument by some that well he wasn't successful so it's not a crime zero that was clearly laid out you know I'm all or answering yeah opposite that obstruction of justice is still a crime even after he was unsuccessful let me point out the Republicans keep raising this issue of underlying crime Richard Nixon did not order order the Watergate break in Richard Nixon ultimately fell because of a cover up of the argument that is being made as the president attempted to obstruct and cover up by the way a Dorian just sent me an email I feel I'm very informed I haven't missed a beat about trump I just hope the next election legitimately removes them I would prefer impeachment talk about a guy in the middle there it is the way I saw the it just south of the Hank Johnson from fifteen hundred on each side yeah the problems have been like Barry Goldwater said you know carpet off letter flowed out of the ocean yeah as to what Pat thirst and said earlier you don't you said you're more interested in hearing the questioning from the intelligence committee because they're going to focus on the Russia meddling which is important and multi even stated that was the most important thing that Americans the smaller all hearing give the reason yeah right well I is that the reason well this afternoon yeah I will be put on the spot and I think that one of the the reason that I want this more so we've talked a lot and I think the American people have been exposed a lot to the questions about obstruction although witness tampering with something that Miller also said occurred but the the rush investigation people just passed through the first part of this because there wasn't he did state that he there was insufficient evidence to prove a criminal conspiracy there was so much more there there's so much in there about the actual collusion the cooperation that was taking place the soliciting of information that was coming from the trump campaign there was so much in there and it didn't in his in his opinion rise to the level of a criminal conspiracy for which he could be charged but there's an awful lot in there that would indicate it either to my mind on ethical behavior corrupt behavior of behavior that was certainly collusion even if it didn't rise to that level and so I'm anxious for them to get that information out so that the American public here's an interesting you say that because it was inconclusive as you said but then the but then on the second part of the mall the report it really zeros in on the it was not structured as Jolla's so this seems like there's more there because it was more complicated it was mainly in lab so that whether it succeeds or not that's ridiculous I mean if up obstruction of justice is what you do if you want to file for impeachment the question of whether the Russians coopted the election influence the election is a critical question and I want to remind you the president of the United States to this day denies that the Russians influence the election and the president was asked if he trusted of the word of Latimer putting or American intelligence agencies and I also want to remind you that there is an active report this morning that Dan coats who is the DCI may be removed and who was the president consulting with on that but Devin newness so there's a lot there are a lot of layers former Republican has that's right there are a lot of layers here now but all right people need to keep their eye on one ball the Russians interfered in the American election there is no question about that even in addition to that John it's that the Russian interference would not have possibly been as extensive or as successful as it was without the cooperation of the trump campaign format once approached right once approached you know had day immediately gone to the FBI some of these efforts could have been thwarted some of this information could potentially have been made public the American people could have been aware so this I think also goes to a potential impeachment are they load are they starting to get in yeah Adam shooter yeah Schiff is taking his seat I thought it was interesting congressman Tom McClintock from the Sacramento area had an interesting way to sum up Muller's report and I want to play that for you here although weak up not you can't put it up okay never I was gonna try and play for my own computer and that's not going to be working but I talked about that Robert Muller ringing the doorbell and then dropping his report on fire and running away so I thought it was a great way to describe it no matter what side you're on yeah I know it's it's to the biggest of the four hundred plus pages into that run on hers needs to do something right exactly and that's coming from a Republican and it's it's really important to realize that fact now I'm looking at the at the screen and we're going to bring you the sound but Adam Schiff is about to call together the Senate of the house intelligence committee and this will focus on the question of collusion cooperation Russian interference in the election and I will be fascinated by how the president tweets in response to what we are going to hear over the next several hours it is going to be an awful lot that he's not going to answer in this regard to because in addition to the Russians there were a number of other people who were not indicted and so those are individuals that the justice department has told him he should not be talking about including you know the don junior and I can't remove us but there are other people who are Erik Hicks was brought up in the last one though when he responded to that request just last week hope picks was subpoenaed refused to comply with a subpoena right because she lied well but whatever the reason the president extended executive what he it's not exactly a privilege she center it's some new myth right about executive authority to prevent her from testifying yes and let me tell you the committee was not happy about that the Democrats anyway well what if thirty four I think was a thirty four Russians that were indicted I'm not more than two dozen what yeah thirty by two thousand thirty six thirty seven I mean yeah thirty seven seven entitled and from big did more than two dozen indicted Russian right you know no matter what the Russians are going to interfere with this next election to I'm sure they already on that what what we didn't hear they call John show every night signal right it just goes all the way to Russia what we didn't hear it was the voice of errands that plea is the assistant special counseling you may this afternoon because I believe that he is going to be sworn beings at least that's the anywhere but wasn't enough for I was hearing this wasn't that Miller may yes trump is really mad about that that was one of the things he also tweeted about was the fact that they were going to allow him to even be in the hearing he said it was never agreed that Robert Muller could use one never Trumper lawyers help with his answers Donald Trump has no right at all talking about agreement but he says it was specifically not agree to and I would never have agreed to it wasn't matter what he says why I think he needs to agree to it because the president of the United States this president of United States seems to have an over inflated view of the power of the president and certainly when you consider three co equal branch of government as angry as the president may be at the Congress and the judiciary he can't interfere it's interesting that what was not gotten into Israeli why Mahler didn't somehow insist that he get the testimony from a president trump himself right nobody asked why did why I mean that resonate very basic question right now and I think he would have said no but I'd like to get that he wouldn't answer but I would like to get that on the red white that may still be asked let me remind you the fundamental question the subpoena was the meeting in trump tower which goes to the heart of what we're going to do in the Senate and the house intelligence committee so that may yet come up in short we are going to be riveted for the next two hours plus to the testimony before the house intelligence were you guys surprised that the Republicans are using as an argument the fact that Muller could not indict a sitting president as department of justice policy in kind of twisting that into an argument that he didn't do his job let's hear from congressman Jim Jordan who try to contrast the charging decisions between members of the campaign and the president charge regains for false statements you charge Paul metaphor for false statements charge Michael Cullen with false statements you charge Michael Flynn a three star general was false statements but the guy who puts the countries to this whole saga starts at all for three years we live this now he lies and you guys don't charge and I'm curious as to why well I can't get into it and and it's obvious I think if we can't get into charging decisions that wasn't about trump if I'm pretty sure is that was not about Donald Trump that was about that professor who he who he asserted Jordan asserted was the beginning of all of this that it was the professor who gave the information about the top the list who then relayed the information right to the an Australian yeah so it wasn't about that but they did that was it did seem to be part of their strategy that they would twist the idea of the LC a memo that would not that Muller cited that would not allow him to indict and you know John I don't know if we have time for this but you know I've talked about this extensively that LC memo really is not a it's not to the constitution it's not the law and it's not just a policy just says that the president cannot be indicted it doesn't say in the about when it's not I don't know if it's not finding do you understand I I can make the argument I it's an LLC opinions about any informed playing which which the Attorney General watered enforced both Attorney General spot one of error the deputy Attorney General Mister Reznor signed it and so that's the problem it was an impediment which well I think is wrong I think it's wrong in law I do too John I do too and and you know I think when you look at what happened with the Bill Clinton and the independent counsel there's a Ken Starr he certainly did divide by that understand if you read Lee on shore skis book which is well worth reading he talks about why he did what he did and then remember that during the Clinton scandal in in two thousand actually the justice department simply reinforce reinforce that but let me also point out that two days before he left office Bill Clinton admitted that he obstructed justice that he'd committed perjury and his fine if you will was that he was disbarred in Arkansas disbarred before the Supreme Court had to pay Paula jones' legal expenses and he did it Bill Clinton did it because he was told if he didn't the minute he left the inaugural platform he would be indicted so for Bill Clinton it was a matter of of saving his frankly thank god that they'll bring up hope picks again in this discussion because the whole thing about hope Hicks was because she was involved in these emails that were related to the trump tower midday cations Miller is coming in a lot less so okay gotcha yeah we we are yeah just about to begin the second hearing with Robert Muller just moments away Robert Muller has just walked into the committee hearing room for the house intelligence committee Adam Schiff will swear him in and I will be followed by analysis with KGO is John Robb and Pat thirst and Ron Owens and that mark

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Retired U.S. Justice John Paul Stevens dies, leaving liberal legacy

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05:10 min | 2 years ago

Retired U.S. Justice John Paul Stevens dies, leaving liberal legacy

"Retired justice John Paul Stevens served on the Supreme Court for more than thirty years he died of complications following a stroke he suffered on Monday he was ninety nine years old Chief Justice John Roberts announced Stephen's death in a written statement in which he called him quote a son of the Midwest heartland and a veteran of World War two Roberts also said justice Stevens devoted his long life to public service his unrelenting commitment to justice has left us a better nation NPR legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg is on the line with me now good morning and good morning so tell us about John Paul Stevens long life and career Stevens is appointed in nineteen seventy five by president Ford he was a Republican born and bred in Chicago he was a moderate conservative and interestingly president Ford at the time said that he wanted to appoint addresses with no political price because that was just at the beginning of the Ford administration was right after Watergate the resignation of president Nixon and Stevens was a well known very respected appeals court judge in Chicago beloved by his colleagues he was not on the list of likely contenders prior to this but he was a choice of Ford was very happy with spoke with glowingly up until the time of his staff in fact that it decades after pointing Stevens president Ford in two thousand five said you know you you're not usually known by the justice is your point let that not be the case with my presidency for I am prepared to allow history's judgment of my term in office to rest if necessary exclusively on my nomination thirty years of justice John Paul Stevens he has served his nation well at times carrying out his judicial duties as always with dignity intellect and without partisan political concerns and Stevens was a guy who involved right he came in as a moderate conservative but that's not the way he left the court well he would say he didn't involve Ivanov and I actually think he's right he said that he didn't change it was the court the changed he was at the center right of the court when he came on but as more Republican presidents got the opportunity to name Supreme Court nominees and as those nominees were more and more conservative Stephen suddenly found himself at the left end of the court the most liberal and of the court he hated that label because he views himself as a conservative what were some of his notable decisions he wrote about four hundred majority opinion for the court that's a really a lot of majority opinions almost on every imaginable subject from property rights to immigration from abortion to guns to obscenity from school prayer to campaign finance reform from the relationship between the federal and state governments to the power of the presidency I think the decisions that will likely be remembered for are those he wrote about national security and presidential power he wrote the court's five to three decision repudiating George W. bush's assertion of unilateral executive power in setting up war crimes tribunals at Guantanamo bay Cuba and in two thousand four in the six to three decision he wrote that one time detainees could challenge their detention in court and both of those decisions had profound implications for the limits of presidential powers to be clear you know no well bush was not the first president to feel the sting of justice Stevens words he wrote the supreme court's unanimous decision refusing to postpone Paula Jones sexual harassment lawsuit against president Clinton let's take a listen to Stevens summarizing his decision for the venture in nineteen ninety seven and here is dismissing the notion that the suit would be a burden on the presidency in the entire history of the Republic only three sitting presidents have been subjected to suits for their private action as for the case at hand there's nothing in the record to identify any potential harm that might ensue from scheduling the trial promptly after discovery is included you know when did you last talk with John Paul Stevens I talked to him in April for an interview about one of his three Bucks it was a memoir he took the his as I said he'd written three since leaving office he told me that he was still swimming in the ocean in Florida that he was paying a wicked game of ping pong he bragged about it saying it was nobody his aides that he thought could beat him at the at the condo where he left and he said he he traded in his tennis racket for his ping pong paddle in a conversation I was reminded what a kind gentleman he was and what a sweet and understated temperament he had he sent pictures and a video which we posted online of him playing ping pong with a much younger neighbor NPR legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg thanks Nina thank you

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"paula jones" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:09 min | 2 years ago

"paula jones" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of complications following a stroke he suffered on Monday he was ninety nine years old Chief Justice John Roberts announced Stephen's death in a written statement in which he called him quote a son of the Midwest heartland and a veteran of World War two Roberts also said justice Stevens devoted his long life to public service his unrelenting commitment to justice has left us a better nation NPR legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg is on the line with me now good morning Nina good morning so tell us about John Paul Stevens long life and career Stevens is appointed in nineteen seventy five by president Ford he was a Republican born and bred in Chicago he was a moderate conservative and interestingly president Ford at the time said that he wanted to appoint addresses with no political price because that was just at the beginning of the Ford administration was right after Watergate the resignation of president Nixon and and Stevens was a well known very respected appeals court judge in Chicago beloved by his colleagues he was not on the list of likely contenders prior to this but he was a choice of Ford was very happy with spoke with glowingly up until the time of his staff in fact that it decades after appointing Stevens president Ford in two thousand five it said you know you can you're not usually known by the by the justices you appoint let that not be the case with my presidency for I am prepared to allow history's judgment of my term in office to rest if necessary exclusively on my nomination thirty years of justice John Paul Stevens he has served his nation well at the time at times carrying out his judicial duties with didn't always with dignity intellect and without partisan political concerns in Stevens was a guy who involved right he came in as a moderate conservative but that's not the way he left the court well he would say he didn't invite Ivanov and I actually think he's right he said that he didn't change it was the court the changed he was at the center of I say center right right of the court when he came on but as more Republican presidents got the opportunity to name Supreme Court nominees and as those nominees were more and more conservative hi Steven suddenly found himself at the left end of the court the most liberal and of the court he hated that that that label because he viewed himself as a conservative what were some of his notable decisions he wrote about four hundred men majority opinion for the court that's a really a lot of majority opinions almost on every imaginable subject from property rights immigration from abortion to guns to obscenity from school prayer to campaign finance reform from the relationship between the federal and state governments to the power of the presidency I think the decisions that will likely be remembered for are those he wrote about national security and presidential power he wrote the court's five to three decision repudiating George W. bush's assertion of unilateral executive power in setting up war crimes tribunals at Guantanamo bay crime of bay Cuba and a nine in two thousand four in the six to three decision he wrote he's that one time detainees could challenge their detention in court and both of those decisions had profound implications for the limits of presidential powers to be clear you know no well bush was not the first president to feel the sting of justice Stevens words he wrote the supreme court's unanimous decision refusing to postpone Paula Jones sexual harassment lawsuit against president Clinton let's take a listen to Stevens summarizing his decision for prevention nineteen ninety seven and here is dismissing the notion that the suit would be a burden on the presidency in the entire history of the Republic only three sitting presidents have been subjected to suits for their private actions as for the case at hand there's nothing in the record to identify any potential harm that might ensue from scheduling the trial promptly after discovery is included you know when did you last talk with John Paul Stevens I talked to him in April for an interview about one of his three Bucks it was a memoir he took the his as I said he'd written three since leaving office he told me that he was still swimming in the ocean in Florida that he was paying a wicked game of ping pong he bragged about it saying it was nobody his aides that he thought could be them at the at the condo where he left and he said he he traded in his tennis racket for his ping pong paddle in a conversation I was reminded what a kind gentleman he was and what a sweet and understated temperate he had he sent pictures and a video which we posted online of him playing ping pong with a much younger neighbor NPR legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg thanks Nina thank you know well some other news now a federal court in Ohio is releasing data detailing the opioid epidemic and revealing the role of pharmacies north country public radio's Brian Mann reports beginning in two thousand six the pharmaceutical industry was required by the Drug Enforcement Administration to collect data on every prescription opioid medication it made tracking how each pill was distributed where it was sold at a local or change for pharmacy until now that information known as our coast was kept hidden from the public the federal judge Dan poster ordered Monday that six years of data be released covering the period when the drug epidemic was intensifying Paul Farrell is an attorney suing drug makers and pharmacies on behalf of local governments he's seen the Archos records I don't think he truly understands scope the level of penetration you still have in each community it's going to be an awakening girl says he's already been able to compile information about his own community in the Ohio River valley hard hit by prescription opioid overdose in my hometown of Huntington West Virginia there are twenty four CVS pharmacy within forty miles of strong does twenty four pharmacies eighty million pills were distributed many pharmacy chains including Walgreens and CVS deny any wrongdoing in a statement sent to NPR CBS spokesman Mike DeAngelis said allegations about CVS in this matter have no merit and we are aggressively defending against them but the wave of litigation has exposed big pharma to growing financial risk and to increasingly harsh publicity as court rulings like this one reveal more details about industry practices local state and federal officials say companies earn hundreds of billions of dollars and aggressively marketing prescription.

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Former US Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens dies

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Former US Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens dies

"Retired US Supreme Court justice John Paul Stevens has died of complications from a stroke he was ninety nine NPR's Nina Totenberg reports that Stevens over saw some of the court's most historic decisions Stevens offered hundreds of majority opinion for the court on almost every issue imaginable from abortion to obscenity from school prayer to congressional term limits but the decisions he likely will be remembered for most are those involving presidential power and national security he wrote the court's decision repudiating president bush's assertion of unilateral executive power in setting up war crimes tribunals at Guantanamo bay Cuba and he wrote the court's decision allowing the Guantanamo detainees to challenge their detentions in the U. S. courts Mister bush however was not the first president to feel Stephen staying Stevens also wrote the court's decision refusing to postpone Paula Jones sexual harassment lawsuit against president Clinton Nina Totenberg NPR news

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"paula jones" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

12:18 min | 2 years ago

"paula jones" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"With Reverend Jentzsch Hebrew junk, who is the president of the church's Scientology very controversial. Very good interview, wide ranging and was very enjoyable to do. And we will have him back now. Onto the news of the day, North Korea. And I'm going to try and lay all this out fairly quickly North Korea has now according to CNN issued a threat to withdraw from the global nuclear non-proliferation treaty. If the UN continues to demand full access to its nuclear program. I'm sorry. I didn't mean to laugh, but in other words, they're saying, we're not going to be part of the treaty. If you require us to adhere to it. The US plans to ask for sanctions. What they're what we apparently are going to call incremental sanctions. What the North Koreans call an act of war? And so, I will simply ask you this morning. Where do you think the North Korean situation is headed? And when do you think it will get there President Clinton is now in Rome, I stop in a European tour commemorating d day fifty years ago. Omaha beach. He will meet later today with Pope John Paul, the second that can officials say he will likely confront the president on the subject of abortion. And my only question here is. How would you imagine that conversation might go the pope confronting Bill Clinton on abortion? What do you think Bill Clinton would say to the pope? Pope might say, Mr President, do you realize what a sinful thing you're doing? Do you realize that you're responsible for the murder of millions of souls? And I just wonder how you think Bill Clinton might respond to that. Body-bag journalism. Is whether calling it in Miami. In Miami where there's lots of violence and not so many tourists, these days Miami hotels. And as a matter of fact, it chain of seven, and many more have now decided to block get this block local newscasts that show violence in that city because it's scaring away the tourists. Now there is one station in Miami. Now showing what's called family, sensitive news. And my question for you is would you like your local station to adopt? Family, sensitive news, and, or would you like your cable company or you're a hotel, if you're in a hotel to block a newscast that, that would show all of this violence, recalling Senator Bradley's remark if you think violence among the young as bad now just waiting to see what's coming? Paula Jones Paula Jones. Paula Jones sounds like it ought to be a song, doesn't it? Well, Paula Jones has decided to go on the talk show circuit. Tv talk shows. Maybe we could get Paula Jones on this program. Would you like that to tell her story she says she's going to go out now to all the talk shows and tell her story? She, of course, is the former Arkansas state employee charging Bill Clinton with sexual harassment. I think he did it do you even care. That's that's big news. You know, all surveys are showing survey shows the American people don't care. Bob Paula Jones or Jennifer flowers or who knows legions of others, now two men to men mind. You have filed a federal court lawsuit in Tampa Florida happened yesterday charging MS Jones, or that her lawsuit that is interferes with Bill Clinton's contract to serve the American people. The suit seeks twenty seven million dollars in punitive damages from Jones. So she better, she better. Get on TV. She better. I suppose had better get out there quickly and raise as much money as she can for that kind of a judgment went against her. She would. Oh. Twenty seven million dollars. Well. Jamaica is going to act as host to us, the US in order to review, the claims of Haitian refugees, and so that will be the staging area. Jamaica, we will pay for the program. As the Haitians continue to build their boats and get ready to go. Or is it getting ready to come? Rodney King federal jury in LA decided that Rodney king's should not receive punitive damages from six Los Angeles, police officers involved in his beating. It was a unanimous verdict. And yet, CNN caught one of the jurors coming out, and the juror was angry said, the verdict was racially motivated, and there was no no Justice here and quote. So you've got to wonder why this juror voted to exempt the officers if that's the way she felt. But that's what she said to CNN when she came out of the courthouse. Then I've got a couple of well, there's Rostenkowski let's get to Rostenkowski and Joycelyn Elders. And then we'll get started here, Mr. Austin, hausky seventeen charges very, very serious charges, as you know, indicted yesterday. He is now in a dispute with his lawyer. This may be one of the reasons that I like rusty at some level, he basically told Bennett, Bob Bennett is attorney, or it is being reported that he's telling them to go to hell. That, that he doesn't need him and he's probably going to discharge his attorney, and there's that I think that's what I like. I mean Rawson cow ski is a fighter and maybe he's guilty. Maybe he's not court of law will decide that but I do kind of enjoy the fact that he's not collapsing in front of the system that says, basically look take this, you'll get charged with one little felony. You'll do six months boom, you'll be out. He's telling him to go to hell. And I think after watching the day's news today that is the one thing that I do. Enjoy plus I think it's going to be good for the country. Do you know what his excuse is going to be? His loss, right? Excuse, I guess his defense CNN reported last night, that Mr. Austin Kaos keys defense is going to be the others do the same thing. It is going to be the others do the same thing defense. Well, if that's it, and he establishes in a court of law that, in fact, the others do the same thing. And he is convicted. Then that really convicts all the rest of them doesn't. It's all I think this is going to be a fascinating trial. And I think in a way Rostenkowski is doing the country at large a very big favor. Indeed Jocelyn elders. Everybody's favorite surgeon general does done it again. Now, as you know, in the past she is said that homosexuals ought to be allowed to join the boy scouts. It's a good thing. The boy scouts of America's not a government agency, isn't it or they'd be forced to accept homosexuals. Well, anyway yesterday. The surgeon general's said lesbians should be allowed to join the girls scouts. That's right. It's what she said, lesbians ought to be allowed to join the girl scouts. Now, wouldn't you think there would be other things surgeon general could spend her time on? She wants to legalize drugs put lesbians in the girl scouts homosexuals in the boy scouts. Wonder what else she's got on her mind? That a public health kind of issue. Anyway. This Clinton administration really is something isn't it? Well, let's see what else have I? Oh, there is this swallow this, here's a fax I received earlier today. Art bell. Did you hear about the UN report that came out today, which said they the UN wanted to collect a quote, global income tax from citizens in rich countries to give to poor countries? This is from Lois in San Jose. And I, I have no way of confirming this, the UN wants to collect an income tax from rich countries to give to poor countries. Over my dead body. I wonder and in that course may be the case. I wonder if this could possibly be true could they possibly be doing anything as? Communistic. Is this? Anyway, what do you think of that idea true or not? Let's operate as though it were a global income tax that would hit all the rich countries imposed by the UN to help all poor countries. The people in Haiti, the people in central Africa. The people in gee, we could go on and on, couldn't we parts of India Bangladesh. They could all use tight. I'd be some tax to wouldn't I guess, an attempt to equalize everybody face of the globe. They're really pushing it on it. They so anyway, I don't know if that's true. It came from Lois in San Jose. And I had not heard it, but maybe some of the rest of you have. I've got a very strange story here from somebody. I think I think you might enjoy it. I but I'm gonna hold it. It's a story about light bulbs that. Unscrewed themselves. I mean it's really a strange story, and, and I like strange stories. It's called the case of the unscrewed like. And it's an individual who wrote this story to me, and, and I'll get to it as time goes on. All right. What I wanna do is get the telephone lines open. Anything is fair game. Whatever it is that you would like to talk about. I'm ready for it. I think whether it's a reflections on the Reverend Jentzsch and what he say over the last couple of hours, any of the topics. I just brought up or any that you would like to broach on your own. We're open for any of it. So when we come back, it's two way talk..

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"paula jones" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

12:21 min | 2 years ago

"paula jones" Discussed on KTRH

"Of June nineteen Ninety-four. Good morning, everybody. If you missed the last two hours, you missed a very good interview with Reverend Jen, he rejects who is the president of the church of Scientology very controversial. Very good interview, wide ranging and was very enjoyable to do. And we will have him back now. Onto the news of the day, North Korea. And I'm going to try and lay all this out fairly quickly North Korea has now according to CNN issued a threat to withdraw from the global nuclear non-proliferation treaty. If the UN continues to demand full access to its nuclear program. I'm sorry. I didn't mean to laugh, but in other words, they're saying, we're not going to be part of the treaty. If you require us to adhere to it. The US plans to ask for sanctions. What they're what we apparently are going to call incremental sanctions. What the North Koreans call an act of war? And so, I will simply ask you this morning. Where do you think the North Korean situation is headed? And when do you think it will get there President Clinton is now in Rome, I stop in a European tour commemorating d day fifty years ago. Omaha beach. He will meet later today with Pope John Paul, the second that can officials say he will likely confront the president on the subject of abortion. And my only question here is. How would you imagine that conversation might go the pope confronting Bill Clinton on abortion? What do you think Bill Clinton would say to the pope? Pope might say, Mr President, do you realize what a sinful thing you're doing? Do you realize that you're responsible for the murder of millions of souls? And I just wonder how you think Bill Clinton might respond to that. Body bag journalism. Is whether calling it in Miami. In Miami where there's lots of violence and not so many tourists, these days, Miami hotels at as a matter, of fact, it chain of seven, and many more have now decided to block get this block local newscasts that show violence in that city because it's scaring away the tourists. Now there is one station in Miami. Now showing what's called family, sensitive news. And my question for you is would you like your local station to adopt? Family, sensitive news, and, or would you like your cable company or you're a hotel, if you're in a hotel to block a newscast that, that would show all of this violence, recalling Senator Bradley's remark if you think violence among the young as bad now just waiting? You see what's coming? Paula Jones Paula Jones. Paula Jones sounds like it ought to be a song, doesn't it? Well, Paula Jones has decided to go on the talk show circuit. Tv talk shows. Maybe we could get Paula Jones on this program. Would you like that to tell her story she says she's going to go out now to all the talk shows and tell her story? She, of course, is the former Arkansas state employee charging Bill Clinton with sexual harassment. Think he did it. Do you even care? That's big news. You know, all surveys are showing survey shows the American people don't care. Bob Paula Jones or Jennifer flowers or who knows legions of others, now two men to men mind. You have filed a federal court lawsuit in Tampa Florida happened yesterday charging MS Jones, or that her lawsuit that is interferes with Bill Clinton's contract to serve the American people. The suit seeks twenty seven million dollars in punitive damages from Jones. So she better, she better. Get on TV. She better. I suppose had better get out there quickly and raise as much money as she can for that kind of a judgment went against her. She would oh as twenty seven dollars. Well. Jamaica is going to act as host to us, the US in order to review, the claims of Haitian refugees, and so that will be the staging area. Jamaica, we will pay for the program. As the Haitians continue to build their boats and get ready to go. Or is it getting ready to come? Rodney King of federal jury in LA decided that Rodney king's should not receive punitive damages from six Los Angeles, police officers involved in his beating. It was a unanimous verdict. And yet, CNN caught one of the jurors coming out in the juror was angry said, the verdict was racially motivated, and there was no, quote, no Justice here and quote. So you've got to wonder why this juror voted to exempt the officers if that's the way she felt. But that's what she said to CNN when she came out of the courthouse. Then I've got a couple of well, there's Rostenkowski let me get to Rostenkowski and Joycelyn Elders, and then we'll get started here, Mr. Austin, hausky seventeen charges very, very serious charges, as you know, indicted yesterday. He is now in a dispute with his lawyer. This may be one of the reasons that I like rusty at some level, he basically told Bennett, Bob Bennett, his attorney, or it is being reported that he's told him to go to hell. That, that he doesn't need a he's probably going to discharge his attorney, and there's that I think that's what I like. I mean Rostenkowski is a fighter and maybe he's guilty. Maybe he's not court of law will decide that but I do kind of enjoy the fact that he's not collapsing in front of the system that says, basically look take this, you'll get charged with one little felony. He'll do six months boom, you'll be out. He's telling them to go to hell, and I think after watching the day's news today that is the one thing that I do. Enjoy plus I think it's going to be good for the country. Do you know what his excuse is going to be? His watts. Right. Excuse, I guess his defense CNN reported last night, that Mr. Austin cow, skis defense is going to be the others do the same thing. It is going to be the others do the same thing defense. Well, if that's it, and he establishes in a court of law that, in fact, the others do the same thing. And he is convicted. Then that really convicts all the rest of them, doesn't it? I think this is going to be a fascinating trial. And I think in a way Rostenkowski is doing the country at large a very big favor. Indeed. Jocelyn elders. Everybody's favorite surgeon general does done again. Now, as you know, in the past she is said that homosexuals ought to be allowed to join the boy scouts. Odds of good thing, the boy scouts of America's not a government agency, isn't it or they'd be forced to accept homosexuals. Well anyway, yesterday, the surgeon general's said, lesbians should be allowed to join the girls scouts. That's right. So what she said lesbians ought to be allowed to join the girl scouts. Now, wouldn't you think there would be other things the surgeon general could spend her time on? She wants to legalize drugs put lesbians in the girl scouts homosexuals in the boy scouts. Wonder what else she's got on her mind? Is that a public health kind of issue? Anyway. This Clinton administration really is something isn't it? Well, let's see what else have I know there is this swallow this. Here's a fax I received earlier today. Art bell. Did you hear about the UN report that came out today, which said they the UN wanted to collect a quote, global income tax from citizens in rich countries to give to poor countries? This is from Lois in San Jose. And I, I have no way of confirming this, the UN wants to collect an income tax from rich countries to give poor countries. Over my dead body. I wonder and in that course may be the case. I wonder if this could possibly be true could they possibly be doing anything as? Communistic. Is this? Anyway, what do you think of that idea true or not? Let's operate as though it were a global income tax that would hit all the rich countries imposed by the UN to help all poor countries. The people in Haiti, the people in central Africa. The people in gee, we could go on and on. Couldn't we parts of India Bangladesh. They could all use while tight that'd be some tax to wouldn't it. I guess an attempt to equalize everybody face of the globe. They're really pushing it on a day. So anyway, I don't know if that's true. It came from Lois in San Jose. And I had not heard it, but maybe some of the rest of you have. I've got a very strange story here from somebody. I think I think you might enjoy it. I but I'm gonna hold it. It's a story about light bulbs that. Unscrewed themselves. I mean it's really a strange story, and, and I like strange stories. It's called the case of the unscrewed lightbulbs, and it's an individual who wrote this story to me, and, and I'll get to it as time goes on. All right. What I wanna do is get the telephone lines open. Anything is fair game. Whatever it is that you would like to talk about. I'm ready for it. I think whether it's a reflections on the Reverend Jentzsch and what he had to say over the last couple of hours, any of the topics. I just brought up or any that you would like to broach on your own were open for any of it. So when we come back, it's two way talk..

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"paula jones" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

12:14 min | 2 years ago

"paula jones" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"With Reverend Jentzsch he who is the president of the church of Scientology very controversial. Very good interview, wide ranging and was very enjoyable to do. And we will have him back now onto the news of the day North Korea. And I'm going to try and lay all this out fairly quickly North Korea house, now, according to CNN issued a threat to withdraw from the global nuclear non-proliferation treaty. If the UN continues to demand full access to its nuclear program. I'm sorry. I didn't mean to laugh, but in other words, they're saying, we're not going to be part of the treaty. If you require us to adhere to it. The US plans to ask for sanctions. What they're what we apparently are going to call incremental sanctions. What the North Koreans call an act of war? And so, I will simply ask you this morning. Where do you think the North Korean situation is headed? And when do you think it will get there President Clinton is now in Rome, I stop in a European tour commemorating d day fifty years ago. Omaha beach. He will meet later today with Pope John Paul. The second Vatican officials say he will likely confront the president on the subject of abortion. And my only question here is. How would you imagine that conversation might go the pope confronting Bill Clinton on abortion? What do you think Bill Clinton would say to the pope? Pope might say, Mr President, do you realize what a sinful thing you're doing? Do you realize that you're responsible for the murder of millions of souls? And I just wonder how you think Bill Clinton might respond to that. Body-bag journalism. Is what they're calling it in Miami. In Miami where there's lots of violence and not so many tourists, these days, Miami hotels, at a as a matter of fact, it chain of seven, and many more have now decided to block get this block local newscasts that show violence in that city because it's scaring away the tourists. Now there is one station in Miami. Now showing what's called family, sensitive news. And my question for you is would you like your local station to adopt? Family, sensitive news, and, or would you like your cable company or you're a hotel, if you're in a hotel to block a newscast that, that would show all of this violence, recalling Senator Bradley's remark if you think violence among the young as bad now just waiting to see what's coming? Paula Jones Paula Jones. Paula Jones sounds like it ought to be a song, doesn't it? Well, Paula Jones has decided to go on the talk show circuit. Tv talk shows. Maybe we could get Paula Jones on this program. Would you like that to tell her story she says she's going to go out now to all the talk shows and tell her story? She, of course, is the former Arkansas state employee charging Bill Clinton with sexual harassment. I think he did it do you even care. That's that's big news. You know, all surveys are showing survey shows the American people don't care. Bob. Paula Jones, Jennifer flowers or who knows legions of others now. Two men to men mind. You have filed a federal court lawsuit in Tampa Florida happened yesterday charging MS Jones, or that her lawsuit that is interferes with Bill Clinton's contract to serve the American people. The suit seeks twenty seven million dollars in punitive damages from Jones. So she better, she better. Get on TV. She better. I suppose had better get out there quickly and raise as much money as she can for that kind of judgment went against her. She would. Twenty seven million dollars. Well. Jamaica is going to act as host to us, the US in order to review, the claims of Haitian refugees, and so that will be the staging area. Jamaica, we will pay for the program as the Haitians continue to build their boats and get ready to go. Or is it getting ready to come? Rodney King federal jury in LA decided that Rodney king's should not receive punitive damages from six Los Angeles, police officers involved in his beating. It was a unanimous verdict, and yet CNN caught one of the d'ors coming out, and the juror was angry said, the verdict was racially motivated, and there was no no Justice here and quote. So you've got to wonder why this juror voted to exempt the officers if that's the way she felt. But that's what she said to CNN when she came out of the courthouse. Then I've got a couple of well, there's Rostenkowski let me get to Rostenkowski and Joycelyn Elders, and then we'll get started here, Mr. Austin, calc- seventeen charges very, very serious charges, as you know, indicted yesterday. He is now in a dispute with his lawyer. This may be one of the reasons that I like rusty at some level, he basically told Bennett, Bob Bennett is attorney, or it is being reported that he's telling them to go to hell. That, that he doesn't need and he's probably going to discharge his attorney, and there's that I think that's what I like. I mean Rushton cow ski is a fighter and maybe he's guilty. Maybe he's not court of law will decide that but I do kind of enjoy the fact that he's not collapsing in front of the system that says, basically look take this, you'll get charged with one little felony. He'll do six months boom, you'll be out. He's telling him to go to hell. And I think after watching the day's news today that is the one thing that I do. Enjoy plus I think it's going to be good for the country. Do you know what his excuse is going to be? His watts. Right. Excuse his defense CNN reported last night, that Mr. Austin Kaos keys defense is going to be the others do the same thing. It is going to be the others do the same thing defense. Well, if that's it, and he establishes in a court of law that, in fact, the others do the same thing. And he is convicted. Then that really convicts all the rest of them doesn't. It's all I think this is going to be a fascinating trial. And I think in a way Rostenkowski is doing the country at large a very big favor. Indeed. Jocelyn elders. Everybody's favorite surgeon general does done it again. Now, as you know, in the past she is said that homosexuals ought to be allowed to join the boy scouts. It's a good thing. The boy scouts of America's not a government agency, isn't it or they'd be forced to accept homosexuals. Well, anyway yesterday. The surgeon general's said lesbians should be allowed to join the girls scouts. That's right. What she said lesbians ought to be allowed to join the girl scouts. Now, wouldn't you think there would be other things surgeon general could spend her time on? She wants to legalize drugs put lesbians in the girl scouts homosexuals in the boy scouts. Wonder what else she's got on her mind? Is that a public health kind of issue? Anyway. His Clinton administration really is something isn't it? Well, let's see what else have I all there is this swallow this, here's a fax I received earlier today. Art bell. Did you hear about the UN report that came out today, which said they the UN wanted to collect a quote, global income tax from citizens in rich countries to give to poor countries? This is from Lois in San Jose. And I, I have no way of confirming this, the UN wants to collect an income tax from rich countries to give poor countries. Over my dead body. I wonder and in that, of course may be the case. I wonder if this could possibly be true could they possibly be doing anything as? Communistic. Is this? Anyway, what do you think of that idea true or not? Let's parade as though it were a global income tax that would hit all the rich countries imposed by the UN to help all the poor countries. The people in Haiti, the people in central Africa. The people in gee, we could go on and on. Couldn't we parts of India Bangladesh. They could all use ball tight. I'd be some tax to wouldn't it. I guess an attempt to equalize everybody face of the globe. They're really pushing it on it. They so anyway, I don't know if that's true. It came from Lois in San Jose. And I have not heard it, but maybe some of the rest of you have. I've got a very strange story here from somebody. I think I think you might enjoy it. I but I'm going to hold it. It's a story about light bulbs that. Unscrewed themselves. I mean it's really a strange story, and, and I like strange stories. It's called the case of the unscrewed lightbulbs. And it's an individual who wrote this story to me, and, and I'll I'll get to it as time goes on. All right. What I wanna do is get the telephone lines open. Anything is fair game. Whatever it is that you would like to talk about. I'm ready for it. I think whether it's a reflections on the Reverend Jentzsch and what he had to say over the last couple of hours, any of the topics. I just brought up or any that you would like to broach on your own. We're open for any of it. So when we come back, it's.

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"paula jones" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"paula jones" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"You wonder what my opinion is on Michael Cohen speaking before congress. There've been two presidents saddled with a special counsel a prosecutor in investigator a digger during the presidency. In the modern era. Bill clinton. Donald trump. Let's explore the Bill Clinton scenario as part of the whitewater investigation, which sent people to prison for refusing to answer questions about the whitewater investigation. There was it turned out. Some individuals. Paula Jones among them. Who said that he had sexually harassed them. That was not the underlying investigation. What do you do when this drops in your lap? So Paula Jones lawyers. Decided to bring a case against Bill Clinton. Was a serious legal question. Must a president sit for a deposition while he's the president. Because the aerobically. If you wanted to sabotage the president. You'd simply have anyone he'd ever come in contact with follow lawsuit against him demand? Depositions interrogatory. Used the court system to bog down people often ask me, Michael consoled. So sue so and so anybody can sue anybody. Never forget that. The case might be tossed. And now we have slap provisions that can enable a person who is the defendant. To turn around and recover fees. But yes, you can use the the court system to hassle someone. And in fairness Donald Trump's done it to his enemies over the years. But Bill Clinton. Was dragged into court. And the Paula Jones lawyers just before they're finally going to get they finally get it ruled it. Yeah. He has to sit for position he news goose was cooked. But he's a really smart, man. He's a very, very smart, man. I can't say that. He was a good lawyer. He was the attorney general of the state of Arkansas, but that didn't make him a good lawyer means he was elected. I can't say he was a good lawyer. But I can tell you that if he'd practiced I suspect he would've. And so he was asked a question that put him in legal peril if he answered it correctly. And that's why he pulled this little number. It depends.

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"paula jones" Discussed on Raceline Radio

Raceline Radio

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"paula jones" Discussed on Raceline Radio

"So let us now go to the mail bag. And I I guess Paula Jones. If it sounds a little self serving. But I wanted to recognize some of the key people who were very very nice to send messages of congratulation after it. It was announced by the Canadian motorsport hall of fame, but yours truly is going into the hall of fame in a brand new media category with nine other very very deserving inductees. And of course, the sponsors were all over this. And and Julia shack our good friend, the the manager public relations at Subaru Canada said congrats Eric this is great great news. And Julie thank you for that. And the guy that we struck the deal with Subaru mentioning this only because this is our twenty seven. Th straight year on the air and good folks at Subaru Canada Inc were there from day one. And they share this hall of fame thing with me as much as any sponsor does. And the guy that we struck the deal with twenty six years ago almost twenty seven years ago. Our good friend Brian Hyland who is in charge of advertising at that time is now the director of actress sales in parts, he says, congrats ET well-deserved. There are not too many journalists that would park their butts in the backwoods of on -tario in the dark in the rain covering rallying in Brandon. I have done that all the best buddy. Thank you so much Brian. It's very kind of you to send that John Heimer continental contact. Of course, one of our seasonal sponsors on the program says what tremendous news, Eric congrats him, a business associated more importantly, congrats from a friend and right back at John Eric there is no one more deserving of this honor, the new thank you so kind through it all these years, you've been the leading voice touched so many foreign wide. So again, Eric congrats. There's too many more years of outstanding success and happiness. John heimer..

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"paula jones" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

08:15 min | 3 years ago

"paula jones" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"And we're back finally. Paula Jones for that. Computer? Screw it just took over. He took over one all the commercials. We have at the stock thing is whatever it is the Phil Valentine show six one five seven three seven nine nine. Eight six old buddy. Eddie scary from the Washington Examiner on with his Eddie. How are you? I'm good. How are you? I'm doing very well got a piece today about the Democrats on the verge of chaos. We're looking at Alexandria custody. Orthez enter sixty minutes interview with Anderson Cooper, she wants to get his all fossil fuels in twelve years. This new green deal the rest of it. And then I detected another you do I detect a little bit of desperation in the voice of Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer. I think that they get nervous about this government shutdown. What say you? I think as far as the government shutdown goes this press conference that the president helped today changed everything. And I think that it it it's true. The Democrats should be nervous about it. I think they thought they had. And actually, it's true that they did have the President Trump on his heels about this whole thing. He's implying defenses entire time until I think he read by Collins, by the way. He's now playing offense. And yeah, I think that you know, he changed a lot with this press compensates as far as Alexandria patio, Cortes whose name is way too long. I think her and the rest of the freshman Democrats. I think that they're waking up to a very rude reality, which is that the people who are in charge are not gonna let them run the show. Pelosi is not she's not crazy about impeachment the person that she put I forget his name the guy who's who's at the democrat is running the judiciary committee, and he's not crazy about impeachment the person they put on the climate quote climate crisis committee. She's not crazy about the new green deal that they're looking about. So yeah, I think that the these left. These New Democrats is the real left wing of the party is in they're waking up to a reality. And I think when it comes to the shutdown. I think that all the Democrats are now realizing that this isn't going to be the case. What they thought it would. So when you say the press conference today, I thought the pre I didn't see all the press conference today. But I thought the one yesterday with the border patrol folks, I think that was strong. What about today you think is a game changer? Well, the one yesterday was strong, and I had just previously written that President Trump needs to be showing people what he's talking about. And not just tweeting about it. And not just you know here and there commenting he needs to be showing. And I and I think I hadn't even written with with border patrol agents. Like what's going on? You had one of the agents that said the he worked in one of the border areas in Arizona, and he said there was there was no barrier there. No, physical wall no barrier, and there was crime. And there was drugs pouring across the border out of control. We need to have a border and that was strong. And yet you had the MSNBC in particular just would not even show it on there. I don't know if you know this. We talked about it yesterday. We had to pull the quote off because we take the news conference. Nobody was showing this thing. Well, yeah. CNN did show. And and I think FOX did. But yet you had TNN immediately after talking about well, he didn't take questions. This wasn't a real press the press event, it doesn't matter. But yes, yesterday's was strong for the people and people who read the the reports about it. Hopefully, they read mine and today was even better. I mean, he came out breathing fire like a dragon. I was so happy to see the old Trump back. So what did you ever? So you think today he's like you said he's on the the offense instead of defense, right? Right. Yes. And so he's saying I may even I may even use an emergency. You know deal and say we got to build the wall because it's the national emergency. I thought that was a new twist on the Democrats got nervous. I think that that's right. I don't I mean, I'll I'll let you go the lawyers, but my understanding from what I've read from other places is that yet. That is something that is within his control. I think that it's a divisive thing to do. And I think that's what he's looking out for is. It something, you know. Because this is what happened. He and this is what every single thing. He's done that he does it by executive order, which did he threw threw the moon. Obama did these things and yet what what the Democrats they've they've gotten good at doing. And yet they're seeing that it's not the best idea anymore with lithium court. But what what Democrats do they find? They they find sup liberal judges that they know is gonna stop this. They're going to issue a nationwide at Johnston and stop it. Republicans are doing a fantastic job in fighting fighting back on that front. Buy stock in the court. So yeah, I think that's what he's avoiding. Because once he does it. It's gonna get stopped by liberal. And then we have to wait a year or two point. He may even be out of office for four to make its way to the supreme court. See I think what he's been planning on a long is the the Democrats come up with the idea of using DACA as a counterweight to the wall, which he wants to do anyway. And he's proposed to them to do any way that a year ago, they come to him and say, okay, we're going to give the pathway to citizenship for these folks who were brought over here has children. And then we'll give you the wall. And then it becomes their idea. And then he's a win win for him. And then he lets them save face that could be right. I think that you may be going too far as a pathway to citizenship. I think legalization legal status run on. Maybe maybe, you know, I think I think his base in an conservatives at large. Are comfortable with that yet? Jeff. I'm not sure. Stay though, right? What's that? He lets them. Stay. I think that's the big deal. The Democrats won't right. Right. Right. But citizenship means vote. So then you have what ten million plus new democratic voters is what it's going to be. So I think that that that might be a rough area for him. But I I agree with you that I think that they should have been a long time ago, but he did an excellent job explaining explained today that he said we had a deal, but and they pretended they the Democrats that they had they had proposed twenty five thirty million dollars for the for a border construction of some type he said, but only one million of it was available immediately. And then the rest of the kind of on hold into dependent on different thing. He explained all that during the press conference. And I think that what it needs to be is. I think that is a fair deal if you wanna have dreamers give them legal status. Give him thirty thirty million twenty five million. If you want four Boorda construction, how long will this government shutdown? No, nobody has crystal ball. But what's your best guess couple of weeks? Maybe. I don't know. But I like I like last time I was on with you. I said I said this was that I watched it literally just on CNN a moment ago. But I had said if he's going to stick this out he needs to be prepared for the the media finding the one government contractor or government worker who now can't pay their light Bill for the month. I watched on CNN, they found a federal janitor, which I don't even know what that means who cannot who's not going to be able to pay her bills that she's got them delayed. She was on TV talking about now that her bills are doubling up. Well, I mean, this is this is the give and take with working for the government. You get big salaries you work, minimal hours, you get minimal workloads. And yet it's true that yes, you may have your job maybe suspended people go to this day in and day out. And I think that I think he understands that his his press conference was very strong. He seems about to give this could go on for a year. And if you stick to it, and and and if he's prepared to talk about immigration every single day day in and day out. He could win this thing. Excellent. Eddie scary. Always. A pleasure Washington Examiner dot com. You can go to our website, philvalentine dot com, look under show prep and you'll see a direct link to his piece we've been talking about Eddie. Appreciate it very much. Thanks bill. We'll talk to you soon. Quick time out. We'll get more of your phone calls. Other stories I've got a couple of things share with you got an astronaut who ill accidentally called nine one one from space. I don't even know how you do this. We'll share that with you in a moment and also, depression and girls they found link. We'll tell you what that is. We come back right after this..

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"paula jones" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"paula jones" Discussed on KGO 810

"Eight one zero four one five eighty eighty eight ten follow me on Twitter. Send me your tweets at Ethan Bearman. We've got a whole lot happening in DC. Whether you're talking about the partial government shutdown or the Democrats have taken the house the gavel has happened. The voting is happening to make sure that Nancy Pelosi is the speaker of the house again, she is gonna take over. He's going to be in charge of the house of representatives, the house of the people, and we're going to talk about that in just a moment, by the way later this hour, we're going to hang with Jason Middleton apple is causing waves all over the place as well. And we'll talk about that to take your calls the four one five eight hundred eighty eight ten because what will the Democrats do now that they are back in control of the house of representatives. They have enough votes in the Senate to cause trouble there too. And President Trump after his ninety five minute rambling rant of random untrue. For the most part yesterday. What is going to happen? We just don't even understand at this point. So I'm curious what you think are going to be the priorities. What should be happening because Nancy Pelosi is going to be the speaker. She said something this morning, though, that I thought was really interesting. She gave an interview to savannah Guthrie on the today show. And I there's a key piece of this that made me go, oh, this is going to be a very exciting two years for us to kind of observe and discuss because we're not in DC take a listen to what speaker Pelosi said to savannah Guthrie on on NBC's today show this morning, take listen, everything indicates that the president can be indicted effort, it is no longer president of the sitting president well sitting president when he's no longer president of the United States, a president who is an office Robert Muller comeback and say, I am seeking. And I think that that is an open discussion. I think that is an open discussion in terms of the law, and guess what speaker Pelosi is one hundred percent corrupt. That is an open question that has not been resolved. We have aspects of it that have been described rate. The Paula Jones case against Bill Clinton that was a civil case this could potentially be a criminal case. With Robert Muller. You know, that's this is something we have not talked about again for a couple of weeks. Why because Robert Muller is a professional highly regarded, and who guess what no leaks coming out of his team, no leaks. Have you noticed that nothing leaking from the Muller team? And it's been quiet, and I gotta tell you if I am part of the Trump family, and by the way, that should be the term now for everything related the Trump administration the Trump family since as I said nearly two years ago on Fox News. Operating like, a mob, boss. Hey, come on into my office James Comey. Hey, everybody else when you leave the office. Hey, FBI director. You wanna do me a favor? Why don't you just do me this favor? Do me that favor. You know? And I'm not much of a. Yeah, kissed the ring exactly. I was thinking of the pope with that. But that's totally different issue. That's going on. Oh my God. Did you what? Now, I have to divert myself for a half a second. You hear that apparently not just priests sexual abuse scandal. There's a non sexual abuse scandal. That's waiting in the wings. From the Catholic church. Holy could Lord. So the.

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"paula jones" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"paula jones" Discussed on KGO 810

"Moore, come back and say, I am seeking. And I think that that is an open discussion. I think that there's an open discussion in terms of the law, and guess what speaker Pelosi is one hundred percent, correct. That is an open question that has not been resolved. We have aspects of it that have been described. The Paula Jones case against Bill Clinton that was a civil case, this could potentially be a criminal case with Robert, you know, that's this is something we have not talked about again for a couple of weeks. Why because Robert Muller is a professional highly regarded, and who guess what no leaks coming out of his team, no leaks. Have you noticed that nothing leaking from the Muller team? And it's been quiet, and I gotta tell you if I am part of the. Trump family, and by the way, that should be the term now for everything related the Trump administration the Trump family since as I said nearly two years ago on Fox News. Operating like, a mob, boss. Hey, come on into my office James Comey. Hey, everybody else when you leave the, hey. Hey, FBI director. You wanna do me a favor? Why don't you just do me this favor? Do me that favor. You know? And I'm not much of a. Yeah. Kiss. The ring. Exactly. I was thinking of the pope with that. But that's totally different issue. That's going on. Oh my God. Did you by the way? Now, I have to divert myself for a half a second. Did you hear that apparently not just priest sexual abuse scandal? There's a non sexual abuse scandal. That's waiting in the wings. From the Catholic church. Holy could Lord. So.

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