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"pete stark" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"pete stark" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"One said a speculator buys up a building pushes out as many tenants sells a building full way too much money someone else buys it over leveraged loans and pushes out another set of tenants and we want to stop this process we want to stop international capital from gobbling up rental units in San Francisco and we want to make sure that I neighbors get to stay very customize any wrongdoing and has in turn accused the housing rights committee of breaching Copas confidentiality clauses when the group released a list of the buildings being sold in the statement radar center the release of the list has made it harder work with supervisor Preston and that quote the release of this confidential information is both illegal unacceptable damaging to both tennis privacy and the sale of this portfolio and it must be met with condemnation action we open to working with the mayor's office of housing which governs the seas acquisition of affordable housing projects has always been a strong partner in San Francisco I'm stumped about pacifica radio KPFA the US military says that it is investigating reports of a plane crash and Taliban controlled territory in Afghanistan's eastern Ghazni province pictures on social media purportedly from the crash site show what could be the remains of an aircraft of the tight the US military uses for electronic surveillance over Afghanistan former East Bay democratic congressman Pete stark has died at the age of eighty eight stark helped craft the affordable Care Act obamacare he also push for a law that requires hospitals the participate in Medicare or Medicaid to treat anyone seeking emergency treatment regardless of their insurance status he founded his own bank security National Bank in the nineteen sixties where he took stances that seemed radical at the time maybe even today the bank was the first in the nation to offer free checking accounts and provided free childcare and transportation for stocks largely African American work force his opposition.

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"pete stark" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"pete stark" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Right now the Republicans are trying to hold in the so called trial with no witnesses tells me loud and clear that they thought a lot that they're trying to convert over night president trump took to Twitter to angrily denied the allegations saying Bolton is only trying to sell this book the commerce department will issue its first report card this week on economic growth for all of twenty nineteen and peer Scott Horsley reports many business economists are expecting somewhat slower growth in twenty twenty after a strong first quarter economic growth slowed in twenty nineteen GDP grew at a rate of only around two percent through the middle of the year when the commerce department reports this week on the final months of the year it's expected show growth somewhere in that same ballpark most forecasters survey by the national association for business economics expect to see continued slowing in the current year two out of three predict the economy will grow between one and two percent and twenty twenty the White House is still officially predicting growth above three percent then president trump blames the federal reserve for not cutting interest rates more aggressively the fed cut rates three times last year and the specs leave rates unchanged when fed officials meet later this week Scott Horsley NPR news Washington a US official says multiple mortar shells struck the US embassy compound in Baghdad late Sunday night reports of several people injured could not be confirmed mortars and small rockets often strike the larger green zone in Baghdad this is NPR there are five confirmed cases of the respiratory coronavirus in the US it first appeared in China where Chinese officials say they have more than twenty seven hundred confirmed cases and at least eighty deaths Italy's right wing populist party the league suffered its first major defeat Sunday this came at a regional election in a leftist stronghold NPR Sylvia Poggioli reports the victory is in great part due to a new liberal grassroots movement that mobilized thousands of voters league leader Matteo salvini had campaigned relentlessly in the wealthy a media remind your region for weeks pushing an anti migrant Italians first policy but with most ballots counted the incumbent Democratic Party candidate had more than fifty one percent said the near his right wing allies have one nine regional elections since big twenty eighteen he had hoped to victory in immediate Manya would bring down the national government Democratic Party leader NY college and get a detailed the victory and thank the sardines a grassroots anti populist movement started by thirty somethings last November thing get eighty said the sardines provided a democratic shockwave against the league's culture of hatred and helped strengthen democracy so people Jolie NPR news Rome former California democratic congressman Pete stark died last Friday at the age of eighty eight his family did not disclose the cause of death during forty years in Congress stark help create the law known as cobra this lets workers stay on their employer's health insurance plans for a time after they leave the job.

"pete stark" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"pete stark" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Radio listeners special use my promo code USA or call one eight hundred nine five one eight one seven five the bodies of three Americans who died fighting list really and bush fires have been recovered from the forest where there's the one thirty tanker went down on Thursday the cause of the crash remains under investigation officials with the Australian transport safety bureau say the cockpit voice recorder was also found in the wreckage and should help determine what happened the oldest major U. S. veterans group is calling for president trump to apologize for recent remarks which many that say you seem to minimize the severity of traumatic brain injuries suffered by thirty four American soldiers in a Ronnie an air attack in Iraq earlier this month the VFW the first national veterans organization to publicly call out the president for seeming to dismiss the injuries as headaches and not very serious when asked whether he considered traumatic brain injury to be serious the president said no former California congressman Fortney Pete stark has died the Democrat represented northern California for forty years in the U. S. house healthcare was the focus and he played some pretty key roles in passing the affordable Care Act as well as cobra his son telling The Washington Post that his father died at his home in Massachusetts he had lost the battle with leukemia Pete stark the former California congressman was eighty eight find us online anytime or a U. S. A. radio dot com for USA.

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"pete stark" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"pete stark" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Game I think the folks making that kind of income will be just fine and I think it will be worth it to shore up social security you're listening to ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK a small earthquake has rattled the southern California desert but there are no immediate reports of damage or injuries U. S. Geological Survey says the temblor with a preliminary magnitude of four point six had shortly after seven PM Friday it was centered about fourteen miles north of Barstow in San Bernardino county former California representative Fortney Pete stark junior and influential Democrat whose legislative work helped reshape America's health care system has died he was eighty eight starts family said he died Friday at his home in Maryland they did not disclose the cause of death a pair of movies will surpass the hundred million dollar mark or this weekend bad boys for life will make more than thirty million dollars to earn close to a hundred and twenty million dollars World War one epic nineteen seventeen all finish second it making more than fourteen million putting it over the threshold those are top stories I am in Jellico PO box good afternoon it's a messy ride in Sacramento on this Saturday northbound ninety nine before fruit ridge road I'm seeing a four vehicle pileup blocking the two right lanes another incident in Sacramento on the sixty fifth street off ramp from westbound IT we get a contel vehicle blocking the offramp and in a valley city southbound highway forty nine at cedar song Rhoda vehicle went off the roadway traffic on the tense every ten minutes mornings and afternoons a Steve for a news that a three point one K. if the case plenty of clouds this afternoon highs between sixty two and sixty six tonight becoming cloudy lo.

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"pete stark" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"pete stark" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Take a ride okay SO two said he doesn't know partners or anything about him partners an American businessman and associate of Rudy Giuliani is under indictment in New York along with Fuhrman meanwhile in a short two hour session correspondent Kaitlyn Collins reports president trump's legal team began its defense against the houses articles of impeachment today they believe the burden of proof is on the Democrats and they told the senators in the room that they do not think that the Democrats met that during those nearly twenty four hours of their presentations China has halted mass transit in many cities and made other rooms in a scramble to contain a deadly strain of coronavirus correspondent Dr Sanjay Gupta says we're dealing with fear of the unknown from this novel virus is this the next one and so to speak and the next big pandemic we had one in nineteen eighteen nineteen nineteen we had one in sixty eight sixty nine is this the next one at the the the the ideas could the spiral into the worst case scenario I'll be honest right now doesn't look like it is as much as his numbers are increasing former democratic representative Fortney Pete stark junior who's legislative work help reshape America's healthcare system has died at eighty eight stark help craft the affordable Care Act and created the cobra insurance law I'm Evan handing just right a talk radio seven ninety K. A. B. C. news at five oh two I'm Steve coming L. A.'s chief of police has dismissed one of his officers who got caught up in a scandal the case involves officers who allegedly falsified information during traffic stops LAPD chief Michael Moore is reportedly referring the case to the district attorney's office for possible prosecution the internal investigation focused on officers who allegedly describes some motorists inaccurately as gang members the cop in question has not been named a judge is expected to decide soon whether residents there the Elise canyon gas leak site in Porter ranch consume over a delay in reporting the accident attorney and former Lancaster mayor are rex Paris represents the plaintiffs he says families were forced to brief toxic chemicals such as benzene and uranium the massive leak sent one hundred thousand tons of methane into the air between late twenty fifteen and early twenty sixteen the suit alleges that southern California gas because damages because the leak was not reported for several days checking sports in college hoops as you heard here on K. A. B. C. U. S. C. down Oregon state seventy five K..

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"pete stark" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"pete stark" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Said he doesn't know partners or anything about him partners an American businessman and associate of Rudy guiliani is under indictment in New York along with Fuhrman meanwhile in a short two hour session correspondent Kaitlyn Collins reports president trump's legal team began its defense against the houses articles of impeachment today they believe the burden of proof is on the Democrats and they told the senators in the room that they do not think that the Democrats met that during those nearly twenty four hours of their presentations China has holes with mass transit in many cities and made other rooms in a scramble to contain a deadly strain of coronavirus correspondent Dr Sanjay Gupta says we're dealing with fear of the unknown from this novel virus is this the next one and so to speak and the next big pandemic we had one in nineteen eighteen nineteen nineteen we had one in sixty eight sixty nine is this the next one they they they the ideas could the spiral into the worst case scenario I'll be honest right now doesn't look like it is as much as his numbers are increasing former democratic representative Fortney Pete stark junior who's legislative work help reshape America's healthcare system has died at eighty eight stark help craft the affordable Care Act and created the cobra insurance law I'm Evan Haining I'm so sorry to hear about your brother's heart attack thanks he's okay now but it really got me thinking about my family you know good my wife still pay our mortgage if I had a heart problem could my kids to go to college that is really scary yeah you should call my life insurance agent health IQ when I got life insurance for my family last year these saved me forty one percent.

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"pete stark" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"pete stark" Discussed on KGO 810

"Has said he doesn't know partners or anything about him partners an American businessman and associate of Rudy Giuliani is under indictment in New York along with Fuhrman meanwhile in a short two hour session correspondent Kaitlyn Collins reports president trump's legal team began its defense against the houses articles of impeachment today they believe the burden of proof is on the Democrats and they told the senators in the room that they do not think that the Democrats met that during those nearly twenty four hours of their presentations China has halted mass transit in many cities and made other rooms in a scramble to contain a deadly strain of coronavirus correspondent Dr Sanjay Gupta says we're dealing with fear of the unknown from this novel virus is this the next one and so to speak and the next big pandemic we had one in nineteen eighteen nineteen nineteen we had one in sixty eight sixty nine is this the next one they they the the ideas could the spiral into the worst case scenario I'll be honest right now doesn't look like it is as much as his numbers are increasing former democratic representative Fortney Pete stark junior who's legislative work help reshape America's healthcare system has died at eighty eight stark help craft the affordable Care Act and created the cobra insurance law I'm Evan handing when running a business H. R. issues can kill you wrongful termination suit minimum wage requirements labor regulations and HR manager salaries are not too cheap there seventy thousand dollars a year I'm Alan Jones founder and CEO of bandy I created.

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"pete stark" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

10:38 min | 2 years ago

"pete stark" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Ten plays seventy yards and five fifty four off the clock it was the Matt Ryan to Julio Jones show man was seven for seven on that drive for what Julie over forty eight guards the big twenty eight yarder on third down and the touchdown this will be a charge back by young way cool the forty Niners will check it and they're twenty five yard line that was a leech work five Matt Ryan and Julio Jones absolutely and and third down a challenge on that on that driving with the who for a couple of times was able to get it to Julio and third down those plays were scheme plays because I'm telling you they know this game as well as anybody they play against every day because there's a lot of similarities with what it Lana does on defense and the forty Niners and set the forty Niners beat at the sap in terms of the alignment of the defenders and taking advantage of it Seattle one today as we take a look at the outside scoreboard sponsored by you know the California Honda dealers in North Carolina dealers dot com Seattle wins in Carolina thirty two twenty four there eleven three forty Niners need this game to get to twelve inches you don't want to tie that to the already beat the forty Niners Harapan okay hand off a jet sweet to map rada on coming let gets pushed out of bounds there by however there nickel corner he's able to pick up five yards out to run the thirty second five forty Niners because the Atlanta stunted that played spec team that perimeter play and they were in the back of the breeders got so much juice he's able to give up some ground in the backfield and then get around the corner for about five or six forty Niners of a rotating their backs Tevin Coleman started the game and they go on intermittently now back between Breda and right he Moster now they have to the back feel free to go shop left Devo lines up in the backfield to play after the arrival of the floor down the middle hi there the manual Sanders there were three Lana felt good white jerseys pausing in the middle of the field there yeah and and I think Jimmy I'm I'm not sure if he was trying to protect kindle who flashed in front of them first he looked at Kendall and then came back to Emmanuel Sanders and you said it I mean there was three or four white jerseys there's some good pressure in the face of giving drop below is he on loaded at that time it was I got ninety four who has not played all year long first first opportunity to play and he gets a pressure on Jimmy Garoppolo it is Jennings the Senate Senate ninety four came in and out back the forty Niners throw out right it's incomplete going to Kendrick born the good coverage there by Levi ray Wilson so after a twenty one play drive resulting in a touchdown the forty Niners have another three and out his arrival the ball came out of his hand off the ball that he it it was just a duck coming out of his hand as he threw that idea in in that in local again there's any pressure at press up in his face Dion Jones Kendrick worn can pick those off of his ankles that time he was unable to get it done so the forty Niners another three and out they went three and out in the twenty one play drive and a three and out here which house you apart again and the way the forty niner twenty yard line the dangers Kenyan burner will step up and make the catch with most drive draped all over our body is able to run forward after a couple of yards al Nelson the long snapper was also there Kenyan browner took one back seventy eight yards for a touchdown against Carolina it was a thirty five yard punt by which now ski was up for three tenths of a second and the Atlanta Falcons will take over here and there thirty five yard line was six thirteen to play in the first half as we are chided seven so there they had a lot of injuries obviously not having Calvin Ridley Bob it's a new there other now good whiner Seaver was traded earlier in the year you know I I Julio Jones is the guy they got a very young receiving corps around him with this a new being traded doing when it obviously really out the year with abdominal service if the forty Niners just double fully John well in and they may end up doing that I I I think you don't want to do too much with all those young defenders back there you want to keep it as simple as possible on the fact of the matter is is a three D. team we know that and so it's a it's hard to get those that play with a lot of two deep safeties because the last thing I want to do is give up those running lanes inside but there might have to be an adjustment in this game to give Emmanuel Moseley some help although he's been very very good and covers with the exception of the touchdown were Julio drove them off into the end zone and then came back otherwise he's been pretty sticky on Julio Jones Julio just makes place yeah he's just a big tall target areas six three two hundred and twenty pounds Kyle refers to him as an alien because there's nothing on this planet like yeah very physically Calvin Johnson was like Kevin I think is the closest thing we have an early right now too well you'll know you'll know if he's Calvin Johnson if Pete stark vice and apply they did tell the you go to over there quite well forty Niners defense trying to get people going here as we are punch back by network TV Greg will settle started blocking available the man from there thirty five yard line the forty Niners or have one of the best records in football Baltimore one on Thursday night so they have taken their record of twelve into forty nine is the next best record the NFL leverage to don't be misled by Atlanta's four nine record today but a completely different team after their bye week they were one seven going into the by and since that point they go on three and children better yeah in the last three I think they're allowing only nineteen points a game here we go first to Jan Matt Ryan got a book left they take away gauge underneath it goes to the second tight end looks Dr he's run down from behind but he crosses the forty yard line up around a forty three yard line so he was looking to go to gauge the wide receiver in the flat that's the forty Niners signature stretch in a key book came off of it but then his turn middle and went to see doctor for a gain of nine yards yeah Stocker just blocks and blocks and blocks and then releases and Matt Ryan table to find about Ryan is so good at knowing the grid knows how to get to those checked out Matt Ryan is a former AP NFL MVP keep in mind what Kyle was the see in twenty sixteen they went to the Superbowl there's a toss sweep man hill gets the edge easily Brian hill were one of the forty niner territory as he crosses the forty five yard line of these down to run the forty yard line he is a gain of sixteen yards on that is a big back much bigger than divides a free minutes six one two hundred nineteen pounds the third year back at a Wyoming well in a call to forty Niners and run but they took the left side of the defensive line slam down inside linebackers gotta be fast over the top Fred Warner chopped down in the hole could never get there first instead of land on the forty ninth or forty five Leo Jones goes in the left slot now Matt Ryan a check with may system looks doctors tight right as good a job hopping back hill who was to his right to was left now Julio is left slot Matt Ryan looking that way the whole way that a shrug your shoulders **** now gets away being changed he will run and he will run out of bounds it crosses the forty he avoids the sack is able to pick up a decent yardage gained about three or four they're gonna bring up a second set of forty nine or thirty seven yeah a good coverage down the field there was no where with Matt Ryan to go with the ball and then Valongo if the enemies out there left tackle or let defensive end he decides he wants to spend back inside is soon as he spends inside he goes right into Solomon Thomas gives up contain at Matt Ryan runs the corner second down seven it Lana mine is two eight in a row now going back to the last drive long back is sales slot formation lap mad why go throw out right caught by Julio Jones wanted about by Emmanuel Moseley that is an easy pitch and catch he is not a great route runner hello John doesn't need to know because he sold down big is Randy out thought on mostly and picks up another falcon first and one thing I say about Julio is he's open every play four feet over is that he's just that bit it does matter what kind of coverage you have on him I'll tell you can take your street is having an impact out there is getting off the phone do a nice job you need some help along its got to get on his game is not played a lot this year the Davis strait wearing number ninety five if you're here at Levi's today making his debut in a four point stance against their great center like mac because the head Bob quick throw out left catch my gauge it's gonna be a legal or block there on bail Christina Blake I should say Christian Blake the wide receiver well the call for a whole there's they ran a wide receiver screen to gauge either holder offense a pass interference there was a blocking while the ball was in the air and he was good either way it's going to set them back on the down and distance and slow up their drive here's the official subtle together on creek will stage crew is it a legal block for a pass interference in the block Charlie offense number thirteen Christian Blake lacking for Russell gauge a pair of second year wide receivers there's a stack those wide receivers to the left robin backed out of the first down it was also a lot of the the thirty six cents was first in nineteen and that could have been called in a way that was not within one yard in the line of scrimmage and there was definitely lacking contacts all that Paul was in the air Julio Jones goes out wide left now one on one with the kind of weather spoon Marcel here is is that way but I had a hand in changing the play at the liners check with me or with a gun run the device a free to cut back run run by Freeman inside the forty nine or twenty five he gets back across the original line and more as he runs for a gain of about twelve yards there and that's the game in between Matt Ryan Marcel Harris more so there is is trying to disguise Matt Ryan knew he was dropping into the Tuesday what's lightened up the box the forest Buckner the inside players got slammed down a big hole there for divine day freemen gets a nice pick out walk from live from the right guard executives seven Atlanta on the forty had a twenty five yard line listed three minutes to go in the half they're trying to take the labor tied at seven right or center straight drop up and slaps the ball through the end zone to Julio Jones it is all for his fingertips incomplete mostly wasn't frail position and no flag on the play what a great play by Emmanuel Moseley Julio Jones wants interference he managed plant all man coverage so he's it at all stop and go by Julio he does not take the bait and his left arm at the last minute is able to get a between Julio Jones art that he probably got away with a hold their own well Dan Quinn challenge here the hold is not challenge of over the pass interference is in a manual mostly was grabbing his Jersey why would you if the ball is going to the.

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"pete stark" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"pete stark" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Or size mania we're listening to right now it is on for those of you confused you have joined the guy Benson show right here fox news radio Jimmy Fehler infer guy Benson I'm apparently about the lead you wanna yoga retreat where we will burn calories and have a wonderful time I don't know what just went on in the control can be very honest with you I liked it was upbeat I like the positivity of the message but it sounded like that Russian music they play when the circus bears come out right the traffic tricycles and it's like you know it's always like so positive meanwhile they're beating them with clubs to get a ride the bike like I just felt like a gift of guilty Russian circus creep who trained a bear to ride a tricycle thank you very much producer Max eight three three four five six thirteen hundred if you'd like to hit a pair I'm kidding we love animals on the show we love all animals eight three three four five six one three zero zero in fact I think it should be mandatory that if you're gonna use Twitter you have to get like a puppy you have to get something you know you need like a waiting list to buy a gun which I think is good I think there should be a waiting list to tweet so you don't just take take some dope who just tried out for Saturday Night Live got a job but you're just mad angry that day you got three minutes to kill on the ball like you know what I'll be one of the five thousand people to get to this guy fired if there was a waiting list you get over it and we probably have a nicer society see what I am I am America's life coach and I'm here at your disposal to they can be joined by Emily Compagnia in a minute but if we you'd like to join a three three four five six one three zero zero and they are really run in with this told the thing right now all over fox and CNN and they should be run with it because I think there's two trains of thought here the people who and it's very telling that the only candidates that have defended Tulsi Gabbard are into Yang and Marianne Williamson and if I don't know that merry waves is really a candidate I'm she's adorable she's a delightfully sweet woman but I really do think they try to route they're just of the rest of them look a little more sane you now the bait in mayor Pete stark speaking Spanish like what you know and all and you know Bernice given away half the country you know Lizabeth Warren's lying about her DNA I think Marianne Williamson by perspective who's telling you that she thinks ghosts should be allowed to vote makes the rest of them look like they're on top of things the only people who actually said the you don't do this to a gal I told C. Gabbard aha but it's very telling because the rest of the candidates have not in the reason why is because Hillary still does hold a little bit of power and she has the eight you know to put it into basic parlance she has money she has the beer money these politicians need in order to have throw the good party they want to have so I do think it's very disingenuous that everyone is abandoned their own moral and ethical standards in the name of beating president trump the same president trump they tell us is a threat because he'll say anything and he has no moral and ethical standards will hear you are running cover for a woman to say anything and has less than no moral ethical standards she's getting a pink envelope in the mail saying she always a couple of when we come back Emily Compagnia owes us nothing but she will join us on the voice line to make the magic happen right here on the guidance of Joe.

"pete stark" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

12:41 min | 2 years ago

"pete stark" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm really goes from. K. Q E D along with Carl Dino from the Silicon Valley. Leadership group. Airflow was just thirty one years old when he decided to challenge bay congressman Pete stark who had represented the district since before swallow was born. He won and has now represented the Amiga and contra Costa district ever since now he's running for president. Please welcome Representative Eric swallow. Well, let's start with why. We're here you're running for president during your doing. You're not alone. Knows you may now tell us why in this crowded field. You think you are the best person for Democrats to nominate in twenty twenty generation that sees the promise of America is a broken my parents were really hard for me to be the first in the family to go to college. And they believe that just as so many other families that, that would mean I would do. I'm a part of forty million people who have student loan debt. And we're starting families later where the least homey generation ever, and despite what you see in outlier communities like San Francisco, and Silicon Valley across the country were starting fewer business on all the important metric whether were entrepreneurial weather we're able to own a home. Whether we still safe where we live gun violence continues to escalate, which just doing worse. And I think until you have a candidate who lives that and is experienced enough to know how to make a difference in Washington. We're going to continue to get that. And I'm a candidate who I go to college to kids to and under paying off my student loans, worried about their safety. I lived these issues could be a voice for solutions on. I think there's a unique in that the only one I think running who has an infant. That's right. So as we mentioned the crowded field you are pulling on the bottom. You know I think name ideas a challenge for a lot of these candidates because of both the size of the field. And the fact that we have a president who manages to dominate the news cycle and away. Why run given that it isn't somebody's uphill battle too much is at stake, and I do believe, again that we can't count on the same old ideas to solve the same old problems that we're going to be the generation that feels the effects in the most pronounced way of climate Kales in so it should take a generational leader to invest in technologies to solve it. So all of these issues, I think being a candidate who will have to live with these decisions for the next few decades. I think that's really important. So yes, it's early today. Believe it or not four years ago today is the day that our president announced he was running for president just to give you a sense of how early are in the cycle. So I don't focus too much on what the polls say. Right now. I have a big opportunity on June twenty seven at the end of this month, introduced myself country continue to work my way up like scooped. It. They're growing, as he mentioned. This isn't the first time you've taken on a race where you are. Maybe the thunder dog a little bit. A forty year incumbent in my own party to congress. And I know that leadership does not take reservations. Walk ins only, and I feel comfortable in the case that would making him the people who are believing congress member Eric's, while well, your campaign motto is go. Big be bold do good. If you look at the positions in comments of the twenty twenty candidates, one might say that Senator Sanders and Warren are furthest to the left. Vice president Biden right in to the right of many other candidates, where do you put yourself in the political spectrum? Progressive liberal, moderate depends on the issue helps I call myself an aspirational democrat, you know, who wants everyone to feel the benefits of his economy. I don't root against success of private industry. I just happen to believe that we're largely in a top floor economy right now and I don't see the teachers. Truckers nurses, who are working really hard and running in place. Telling me that they want socialism, they're telling me, I want something different. They're not anti anti-taliban. But they're anti-theft when they see tax cuts were eighty three percent of the benefits go to ten percent of Americans, and they want to know that their hard work means that they can save more by a house, send their kid to college Nazia lifetime of debt, not have a healthcare Bill that's going to wipe them out. And they just want to know that hard work adds up, not just if you work on the top floor. So that, that's how I describe myself because I benefited from that. And seeing to parents do it I see too many people who are not. All right. Well, let's talk about some current events since they come so fast and quick. Just this week, you call for the house to initiate impeachment hearings, which answers the question where do you stand on that? And then today, I know you sent a letter to the head of the FBI, both of these were in response to President Trump's comments that he would potentially except damaging information about an opponent in twenty twenty from foreign government. What made that comment in particular the tipping point for you? You're on the house intelligence committee, even looking into the meddling in twenty sixteen for a long time. Now the urgency to act once the president said earlier this week. That he would do exactly what he did in twenty sixteen. If it was offered the same way you do it all over again. I think they're all of us it was just like, really we if you had a chance to do anything differently would have done it differently. You would still accept an adversary's help. We surprised. No, no. Not at all. But I approached this impeachment question, you know, the way approach my cases as a prosecutor. I knew that I was going to court, I had to have all of my friends when I was a prosecutor. I had this is lined up. The documents ready to go. The zits ready to be displayed in the subpoenas ready, if people showing up here, a lot of the information that we needed from the president to hold them accountable. The attorney general's refusing to turn over or the secretary of the treasury wouldn't give us the tax returns. And so we don't have the full report. We don't have the tax returns, I wanted to still go through the process of trying to get that. So we could give the president fair trial. Then he probably deserves once he said, essentially, what's the extended invitation to our adversaries to do, again, what they did in sixteen sabotage elections? To me. That is a crime, right there in real time, and we have to act and so you know, I don't take any pleasure in doing that. I wanted to be more backed into it, but too much is at stake. And now majority of the members of the House Judiciary committee believe that we should begin impeachment proceedings. How much time and energy, do you think Democrats has spent on this because, as you know, the electorate even among Democrats is fairly split among weather. It should be impeach man. Whether the investigation should continue. And it isn't inherently political question, but I guess should it be. We have a duty to make sure that people have foldable healthcare that the economy works for them, as I said their paychecks, increase, and that their governments free from corruption and I believe, in the first hundred days, this new congress put us in the majority, we've passed an update to the Voting Rights Act that would get rid of dirty outside money and put independent redistricting in every state. So the lines are fair and you get a more. Cohesive government, we've passed background checks on firearm purchases. We've passed the equality act so that our LGBTQ friends and neighbors cannot be discriminated against at their workplace. We passed the dream act to make reforms to our immigration law. So legislating but at the same time, what is it worth only legislate, if you lose your democracy? In the meantime, because you have corruption at the top you have to show there's gonna be consequences for lawlessness. And so we're we're doing that. So we're legislating. We're doing. Oversight, conducting court fights, congressman swell will how confident are you that we have the systems in place to prevent foreign meddling in our twenty twenty elections, and what more needs to be done. I'm working on that. And I'm not trying to not just say the democracies at risk elect somebody who won't put the democracy at risk. I mean, I'm running for president in part because I believe in the rule of law. And I believe we need to get our friends back in the world and not get so close to adversaries, but just as lawmakers did post Watergate, I see this as an era of reform. And so what have we learned, we learned that prior congresses, did not have the imagination necessary to write laws to prevent, what the Trump campaign did in two thousand sixteen? So as a -fensive, as it is, there's two hundred pages laid out in the report of a multiplicity of context with the Russians we didn't have laws that said that wasn't. Okay. But again, I don't think any one of us wants to see that happen again. So I wrote a law last year that. Will get a vote, very soon called duty to report. It says if you are a candidate or a campaign in your offered information from foreign agent. You have to tell the FBI we just don't want adversaries meddling in our election. I also believe that, that duty to report extends to social media companies and that if your platform is being used and an adversary is purchasing ads in rubles. You should probably tell the FBI that didn't happen in our last election. So I've written legislation to do that. So it's learning as we go along and promising president to lead and put in place, these reforms finally on the first day in the Oval Office, I will ask the department of Justice to lift the prohibition on dieting sitting president, not because that would make my job easier. You're really vulnerable if you are counting on that shield, but because I believe that we have a president right now, who acts is if he has immunity, because essentially that prohibition has given him unity, and I would lift that on day one, congress. Congressman swell. You have spoken often as a young dad of young children about safety. You're running on a platform around gun control, why this issue? And do you think that it's a winning strategy? It's the most important issue that hasn't had a champion and, you know, the question of winning strategy, see rooted in that question is, we've been told for a long time, our country. That's a hot button issue. That's the hot stove you don't touch. And I've come to realize going across the country, and talking to communities affected by gun violence, that, that's a tactic that the RA uses is they tell us this is divisive issue. And as lawmakers were afraid that it's divisive. So we don't do anything about it. When it's really divisive for a very vocal tweeting bullying minority who benefits from us doing nothing. So here's what I found since parkland happened. Mom's student. And community groups have come together, they organized, they beat seventeen in our eight endorsed members of congress last election. And they're telling us to negotiate up on this issue to me, that means background checks on every single firearm purchase banning buying back every single assault weapon in America, taking them out of our churches synagogues and mosques, and leaving them only on battlefields. But also understanding the gun violence in San Francisco, or Chicago, or many communities that are ravaged by violence for different reasons that are not related to these mass shootings, and I've toured the cities, I've been to eight cities in the last couple of weeks was recently in the south side of Chicago and block activists there, women who taken over a couple of blocks, told me, you look at these murders, the wrong way, she said, you only see them as murders, but I also see them suicides. And I said, what do you mean? She said the person pulling the trigger. Hungry. Probably doesn't know where they're going to sleep that night. Looking over his shoulder scared and wants to die. And that part, I never really understood I was a prosecutor in Oakland. And I thought I understood a lot of the causes of gun violence, when she said that person wants to die. I pushed her a little, why do they want to die?.

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"Larry elder relief, etc. Com studio with the president has said that before. These are all going to be to them someday. And other reasons maybe they wanna make the country look bad. But let me tell you. We have a problem and new people express it far better than anybody. I've heard I can't believe it. How many did you find last month will seven died on one ranch seven as what are you talking about seven? Now regarding the grilling than Al green put to the seven CEO's who are all white men and asking them whether or not their successors going to be a female or a person of color whether in a decade, the after will be a female a person of color. Head them raised their hand, not one suggested that maybe Al green I want to look in the mirror and ask about diversity within the criminal black caucus. Steven Cohen, Tennessee democrat won the seat those held by Harold four. Gerald Ford is a black man who ran for Senate as a democrat. He lost and Cohen ran for his seat. And he won the district is sixty percent black one of the things that Coen promised when he was running. Is that he would be the first white member of the black caucus. Well, when he joined he applied, and he was told whites. Not welcome. And he withdrew his application. When he withdrew the application. Cohen said this. I think they're real happy. I'm not going to join it's their caucus, and they do things their way. You don't want to force your way in you need to be invited in the quote. He said that he became convinced that joining the Congressional Black caucus would be quote, a social faux pas qlo-quote at the same reports that former Representative William glade, William clay, co-founder of the caucus had circulated a memo telling members it was quote, critical close quote that the group remained quote, exclusively African American qlo-quote his son serves in congress now and his father's old seat. And his son said this, quote, Mr. Cohen asked for admission, and he got his answer is time to move on. It's an unwritten rule is understood it's clear close quote, by the way, the bylaws of the caucus do not make race a requirement for membership. But no black. No, non black member has ever joined another try to join a Californian named Pete stark a democrat. He tried in nineteen seventy five when the group was just six years old stark said then quote half my democratic constituents where African American I felt we had interest in common as far as helping people in poverty. They have a vote they had a vote and I lost. They said the issue was that I was white. And they felt it was important. If the group be limited to African Americans into quote. That was not brought up to Mr. green when he was grilling these Bank feels about their all male whiteness. Now, John Kerry, a big global warming alarmists had a fascinating exchange with congressman Thomas Massie who asked Kerry what his credentials were for making the assertions about climate change that he was making Kerry have an undergraduate degree in political science. Here's what happened secretary Kerry. I wanna read part of your statement back to you. Instead of convening a kangaroo court. The president might want to talk with the educated adults he wants trusted to fill his top national security positions. It sounds like you're questioning the credentials of the president's advisors currently, but I don't think we should question your credentials today. Isn't it true? You have a science degree from Yale. What's that? Is it a political science degree? Yes. So how do you get arts and science? Well, it's liberal arts. That's degree. It's a bachelor. Okay. So it's not really science. So I think it's somewhat appropriate that somebody with a pseudo science degree is here pushing pseudoscience in front of our committee today. Mr. Kerrey was not amuse have the rest of that for you. When we come back. He also said back in two thousand nine in five years. The Arctic would be ice free. Is it? I'm Larry elder. You're listening to the Larry elder show. The bills for that convenience of just pulling open a bag of formulated extruded process cereal vets across a ton of money. Anyway, how do you feed your dog to derive not only energy, but a good coat bright eyes? And a great attitude come to dynamite for help. V I T E dot com..

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10:13 min | 2 years ago

"pete stark" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"There are a lot of politicians who say and do stupid things. I know this comes as a humongous shocked because it never happens on a day-to-day basis. In fact, that happens all the time, of course, and not exclusive to anyone party. Although the segment will be because we've got some Democrats out there who are doing some absolutely ludicrous things, then it's almost coast to coast. We're going to start in Ohio, then we're gonna go to Nevada then we're going to go to California so everybody buckle up starting with the daily caller, Ohio State Representative proposed and. Amendment to Ohio's heartbeat. Bill that seeks an exemption for African American women citing historical rape and forced birth imposed on enslaved women democratic state rep Janine Boyd proposed the amendment to a state house committee Tuesday after the Ohio Senate passed heartbeat. Bill SP Twenty-three banning abortions. After a fetal heartbeat is detected. A heartbeat usually becomes detectable between six and nine weeks and pregnancy many women do not know they're pregnant at six weeks the Bill advanced through the Ohio house committee, Tuesday, and will likely be signed into law by Ohio governor, Mike dewine, if it passes the full house, the measure will not only bar women from having an abortion once fetal heartbeat is detected, but will also find physicians who violate the law up to twenty thousand dollars. But here's what work it's crazy during a hearing on the Bill Tuesday democratic state Representative Boyd propose an amendment allowing the exemption of African American women Boyd says they're quote history includes rape and forced birth imposed on enslaved, women and black women after slavery. According to our website, quote, I consider the slave trade and. How black slaves were treated like cattle and put out to study in order to create generations of more slaves. She said Tuesday, I consider how many masters rape their slaves. I consider how many masters force their slaves to have abortions that I consider how many pregnant slave self induced abortions. So that they would not contribute children. They had to the slave system. And so I ask you with all your values to consider that and vote yes to this amendment. Okay. I'm pretty sure that those situations are not happening anymore, certainly in Ohio, which was never a slave state. And certainly not since the mid eighteen sixty s at least I don't know what happened in the Jim crow south. There might have been some horrific things still happening during that time that I do not want to minimize and there are difficult situations in pregnancy, racial and otherwise that do happen. But what's happening here with this story, and with the push for reparations now from some of the presidential candidates is trying to make sure that the ugliest stain on American history becomes permanent to basically say that because this ever existed that there are going to be people that can never achieve their full potential because of this scourge on American history happening until the mid eighteen sixties, which took a civil war and the actions of constitutional amendments to finally get rid of that was a horrific part of American history. And it's. Something to be proud of the fact that it ended should have happened sooner. Yes. Absolutely. But should it still be a political issue in two thousand nineteen one hundred fifty four years after the adoption thirteenth amendment which forbid slavery in the United States of America? What we're trying to do. At least what they're trying to do with this and other operations such as reparations is to divide. It's basically decided to divide these people are victims. These people are the perpetrators whether or not your ancestors were in the country during the slavery era or not and therefore these people will be permanently divided. It's the identity politics. It's the division of people based on a sordid past not based on the content of their character, which I'm pretty sure I heard much more recently than eighteen sixty five is the way we should be judging the character of people in this country. Everybody absolutely should have the same rights same protections in this country. And if there is to be a heartbeat. Bill passed in Ohio, which I personally would be strongly supportive of than it ought to apply to everyone. If you want an exception come up with a reason based on reality and twenty nineteen instead of one based on the grievance issue that you're trying to propel there in the state of Ohio and probably elsewhere. But representative. Oy is not the only problem when it comes to Democrats being crazy. Let's go to Nevada. Harry Reid is the former Senate majority leader he was there for thirty years, which is thirty years too long. He was in the house before that he was the Senate majority leader from let's see I'm gonna say two thousand seven till twenty seventeen so ten years he was the democratic leader for a little bit before the Democrats went back the majority in two thousand six Harry Reid is famous for a number of things. He's famous for nuking the filibuster on lower court appointees and cabinet officers, which she thought was a big win against conservatives until they did the very same thing on supreme court nominations. And now they've just changed the rules on debating administrative appointees to have far less debate time, which means they can get confirmed faster. He is also famous perhaps more famous for going on and on impulse even from the Senate floor accusing Mitt Romney of never paying federal income taxes. He said he heard it from someone that he. Couldn't repeat their name. So as a source that he couldn't name, and then ultimately was found out to be garbage and read was asked this after the two thousand twelve election when Romney had been the Republican nominee and has only answer was didn't win, buddy. And so the ends definitely justified. The means with Harry Reid, which might have been his point in this lawsuit. He was trying to pursue against thera ban. For those of you who remember Harry Reid announced in pretty early twenty fifteen that he wasn't going to seek reelection to the US Senate wasn't going to seek a sixth term shortly after over the holiday break lives on New Year's day specifically that he had been horrifically injured. Now, he looked like he just got his butt kicked in a massive fight in a saloon somewhere. And this is a former boxer, but he claims he hurt himself while exercising. Okay. I suppose it's possible. But from what we're learning about this case, which is now thrown out against thera- band. Harry Reid's got some problems with the truth and Mitt Romney is probably somewhere. Nodding silently. In agreement. This is the Associated Press read testified last week his injuries were the main factor why he decided not to seek a sixth Senate term in two thousand sixteen. However, the attorney for thera- ban showed the jury at twenty fifteen video news release in which read set us decision. Not to run had quote, absolutely nothing to do with my injury further on the lawyer pointed out that read at I said that this exercise ban that he had been using that broke not that it's slipped his grasp and that it had been attached to a metal hook in the wall of the bathroom in his suburban Las Vegas home on the witness stand read testified that he looped aband- through a shower door handle, not a hook. And that he spun around and fell face first against a hard edged bathroom cabinet when it slipped from his grip on New Year's day. Twenty fifteen there's more to the story. But I just want to pause here to talk about the insanity of what Harry Reid is suggesting actually happened here. Okay. I. Of all who works out in their bathroom. I realized that Harry Reid has a lot more money than I do. And perhaps he's got a very spacious bathroom. Okay. But if it's so spacious why was he working out so close to a hard edged cabinet? Secondly, why would you loop your exercise band through the shower door handle because if you pull hard enough in pretty sure the door is going to come loose from the shower. And if even if you have it open at a certain angle to provide tension to might not move that much. It just seems really stupid. So he either needs to go to the gym. I'm sure he has access to the congressional jam released did at the time or it could probably be a wealthy enough. And sure he had enough money to put an exercise room in his house because why someone of his means has to exercise with a a rubber band through a shower door in his bathroom next to his I assume his vanity and then gashed his face open and potentially damaged his I permanently just doesn't make sense. But here's the best part. Rids family throughout the band after he was hurt months later. He and his wife lodged a product by ability lawsuit against three defendants hygienic intangible property, holding inC, hygenic corporation and performance health LLC, but jurors decided says the Las Vegas review journal that the defendants did not manufacture the exercise band involves involved in reads accident, so Harry Reid seems to have a hard time keeping his story straight about how he got injured, and it's apparently quite obvious. He didn't even have the right defendant in this case. Or if he did he certainly couldn't prove that the band. He had been using was the one that that's company had made. And even if he had he probably if it really did happen, though, he said he'd probably just slipped, and I guess the exercise bands need to say don't work out with this in your bathroom next to a sharp edge vanity all right Eric's. Well, well, you're on duck buddy, come on Eric swallows, the congressman from California he's from the bay area. And he is having some issue. Use. In addition the fact that he's not running for president. So now, I think is that nineteen getting close to nineteen maybe twenty Democrats running for president now. So I'm sure all the Democrats will be voting in the primary are breathing a sigh of relief that finally now they have a choice. Eric swallow has been in the house for I think this is going on his fourth term now. So six years and change the one good thing that Eric swelled did way back when about six years ago now was defeat Pete. Stark Pete stark was a congressman from California, and perhaps one of the most odious people on earth who had just insult you your integrity. The fact that your family was dealing with an illness or a loss in the family. It was really just a despicable person. But he's from the bay area, which is hardcore left and as a result. He could never be defeated. But then California went to a jungle system where the primary everybody runs against everybody. And then the top two vote getters, regardless of party end up facing each other in November. So well, well was the other guy who made the final round? So it's democrat against democrat in the bay area. Turns out a lot of Democrats really didn't like Pete stark, but they had no choice. In previous years. So they like to Derrick swale, well, he's a nicer guy. But he's still crazy. San francisco. That's F gate dot com here area. Congressman Eric.

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10:16 min | 2 years ago

"pete stark" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"There are a lot of politicians who say and do stupid things. I know this comes as a humongous shock because it never happens on a day-to-day basis back that happens all the time, of course, and not exclusive to any one party. Although the segment will be because we've got some Democrats out there who are doing some absolutely ludicrous things, and it's almost coast to coast. We're going to start in Ohio. We're gonna go to Nevada then we're gonna go to California so everybody buckle up starting with the daily caller, Ohio. State Representative proposed an amendment to Ohio's heartbeat. Bill that seeks an exemption for African American women citing historical rape and forced birth imposed on enslaved women democratic state rep Janine Boyd proposed the amendment to a state house committee Tuesday after the Ohio Senate passed heartbeat. Bill SP Twenty-three banning abortions. After a fetal heartbeat is detected. A heartbeat usually becomes detectable between six and nine weeks in pregnancy. Many women do not know they're pregnant at six weeks the Bill advanced through the Ohio house committee, Tuesday, and will likely be signing. Into law by Ohio governor, Mike dewine, if it passes the full house, the measure will not only bar women from having an abortion once fetal heartbeat is detected, but will also find physicians who violate the law up to twenty thousand dollars. But here's what it's crazy during a hearing on the Bill Tuesday democratic state Representative Boyd proposed an amendment allowing the exemption of African American women Boyd says they're quote history includes rape and forced birth imposed on enslaved, women and black women after slavery. According to our website, quote, I consider the slave trade and how black slaves were once treated like cattle and put up to study in order to create generations of more slave. She said Tuesday, I consider how many masters rape their slaves. I consider how many masters force their slaves to have abortions that I consider how many pregnant slave self induced abortions. So that they would not contribute children. They had to the slave system. And so I ask you with all your values to consider that and vote yes to this amendment. Okay. I'm pretty sure that those situations are not happening anymore. More certainly in Ohio, which was never a slave state. And certainly not since the mid eighteen sixty s at least I don't know what happened in the Jim crow south. There might have been some horrific things still happening during that time that I do not want to minimize and there are difficult situations in pregnancy, racial and otherwise that do happen. But what's happening here with this story, and with the push for reparations now from some of the presidential candidates is trying to make sure that the ugliest stain on American history becomes permanent to basically say that because this ever existed that they're going to be people that can never achieve their full potential because of this scourge on American history happening until the mid eighteen sixties, which took a civil war and the actions of constitutional amendments to finally get rid of that was horrific part of American history. And it's something to be proud of the fact that it ended should have happened sooner. Yes. Absolutely. But should it still be a political? Issue in two thousand nineteen one hundred fifty four years after the adoption of the thirteenth amendment, which forbids slavery in the United States of America. What we're trying to do at least what they're trying to do with this and other operations such as reparations is to divide. It's basically decided to divide these people are victims. These people are the perpetrators whether or not your ancestors were in the country during the slavery era or not and therefore these people will be permanently divided. It's the identity politics. It's the division of people based on a sordid past not based on the content of their character, which I'm pretty sure I heard much more recently than eighteen sixty five is the way we should be judging the character people in this country, everybody absolutely should have the same rights same protections in this country. And if there is to be a heartbeat. Bill passed in Ohio, which I personally would be strongly supportive of than it ought to apply to everyone. If you want an exception come up with a reason based on reality and twenty nineteen. Instead of one based on the grievance issue that you're trying to propel there in the state of Ohio and probably elsewhere. But Representative Boyd is not the only problem when it comes to Democrats being crazy. Let's go to Nevada. Harry Reid is the former Senate majority leader he was there for thirty years, which is thirty years too long. He was in the house before that he was the Senate majority leader from let's see I'm gonna say two thousand seven till twenty seventeen so ten years he was the democratic leader for a little bit before the Democrats went back the majority in two thousand six Harry Reid is famous for a number of things. He's famous for nuking the filibuster on lower court appointees and cabinet officers. What she thought was a big win against conservatives until they did the very same thing on supreme court nominations. And now they've just changed the rules on debating administrative appointees to have far less debate time, which means that they can get confirmed faster. He is also famous perhaps more famous for. Going on and on impulse even from the Senate floor accusing Mitt Romney of never paying federal income taxes. He said he heard it from someone that he couldn't repeat their name. So it was a source that he couldn't name. And then ultimately was found out to be garbage and read was asked this after the two thousand twelve election when Romney had been the Republican nominee, and it's only answer was boy didn't win buddy. And so the ends definitely justify the means with Harry Reid, which might have been his point in this lawsuit. He was trying to pursue against their ban. For those of you who remember Harry Reid announced in early twenty fifteen that he wasn't going to seek reelection to the US Senate wasn't going to seek a sixth term shortly after over the holiday break on New Year's day specifically that he had been horrifically injured. Now, he looked like he just got his butt kicked in a massive fight in a saloon somewhere. And this is a former boxer, but he claims he hurt himself while exercising. Okay. I suppose it's possible. But from. What we're learning about this case, which is now thrown out against thera- band. Harry Reid's got some problems with the truth and Mitt Romney is probably somewhere. Nodding silently in agreement. This is the Associated Press read testified last week his injuries were the main factor why he decided not to seek a sixth Senate term in two thousand sixteen. However, the attorney for thera- ban showed the jury twenty fifteen video news release in which Reed said his decision. Not to run had quote, absolutely nothing to do with my injury further on the lawyer pointed out that read at first said that this exercise ban that he had been using that broke not that it slipped his grasp and that it had been attached to a metal hook in the wall of the bathroom, and it's suburban Las Vegas home on the witness stand read testified that he looped aband- through a shower door handle, not a hook. And that he spun around and fell face first against a hard edged bathroom cabinet when it slipped from his grip on New Year's day. Twenty fifteen. There's more to the story. But I just want to pause here to talk about the insanity of what Harry Reid is suggesting actually happened here. Okay. First of all who works out in their bathroom. I realized that Harry Reid has a lot more money than I do, and perhaps he's got a very spacious bathroom. Okay. But if it's so spacious why was he working out so close to a hard edged cabinet? Secondly, why would you loop your exercise band through the shower door handle because if you pull hard enough in pretty sure the door is going to come loose from the shower. And if even if you have it open at a certain angle to provide tension to might not move that much. It just seems really stupid. So he either needs to go to the gym. I'm sure he has access to the congressional jam released did at the time or it could probably be a wealthy enough. And sure he had enough money to put an exercise room in his house because why someone of his means has to exercise with a rubber band through a shower door in his bathroom next to his I assume his vanity and then gashed his face open and potentially damaged his eye permanently. Just doesn't make sense. But here's the best part reads family throughout the band after he was hurt months later. He and his wife lodged a product by ability lawsuit against three defendants hygienic intangible property, holding inC, hygenic corporation and performance health LLC, but jurors decided says the Las Vegas review journal that the defendants did not manufacture the exercise band involves involved in reads accident, so Harry Reid seems to have a hard time keeping his story straight about how he got injured, and it's apparently quite obvious. He didn't even have the right defendant in this case. Or if he did he certainly couldn't prove that the band. He had been using was the one that this company had made. And even if he had he probably if it really did happen, though, he said, he probably just slipped, and I guess the exercise bands need to say don't work out with this in your bathroom next to a sharp edge vanity. All right. Eric swell. Well, you're on duck buddy, come on up Eric swells, the congressman from California. He's from the bay area and. And he is having some issues. In addition the fact that he's not running for president. So now, I think is that nineteen getting close to nineteen maybe twenty Democrats running for president now. So I'm sure all the Democrats will be voting in the primary are breathing a sigh of relief that finally now they have a choice. Eric swallow has been in the house for I think this is going on his fourth term now. So six years and change the one good thing that Eric's soil did way back when about six years ago now was defeat Pete. Stark Pete stark was a congressman from California, and perhaps one of the most odious people on earth who had just insult you your integrity. The fact that your family was dealing with an illness or a loss in the family. It was really just a despicable person. But was from the bay area, which is hardcore left, and as a result, he could never be defeated. But then California went to a jungle system where the primary everybody runs against everybody. And then the top two vote getters, regardless of party end up facing each other in November so Eric's. Well, well was the other guy who made the final round? So it's democrat against democrat in the bay area. Turns out a lot of Democrats. Really didn't like Pete stark, but they had no choice in previous years. So they like the ex well, well, he's a nicer guy, but he's still crazy San Francisco SF gate dot com. Here bay area. Congressman.

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"pete stark" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

13:41 min | 2 years ago

"pete stark" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"There are a lot of politicians who say and do stupid things. I know this comes as a humongous shocked because it never happens on a day-to-day basis. Fact happens all the time, of course, and not exclusive to anyone party. Although the segment will be because we've got some Democrats out there who are doing some absolutely ludicrous things, then it's almost coast to coast. We're gonna start in Ohio. We're gonna go to Nevada then we're gonna go to California so everybody buckle up starting with the daily caller, Ohio State Representative propose an amendment to heartbeat. Bill that seeks an exemption for African American women citing historical rape and forced birth imposed on enslaved women democratic state rep Janine Boyd proposed the amendment to a state house committee Tuesday after the Ohio Senate passed heartbeat. Bill SP Twenty-three banning abortions. After a fetal heartbeat is detected. A heartbeat usually becomes detectable between six and nine weeks and pregnancy many women do not know they're pregnant at six weeks. The Bill advance through the Ohio house committee, Tuesday, and will likely be signing. Into law by Ohio governor, Mike dewine, if passed the full house, the measure will not only are women from having an abortion once a fetal heartbeat is detected, but will also find physicians violate the law up to twenty thousand dollars. But here's what it's crazy during a hearing on the Bill Tuesday democratic state Representative Boyd propose an amendment allowing the exemption of African American women Boyd says they're quote history includes rape and forced birth imposed on enslaved, women and black women after slavery. According to our website, quote, I consider the slave trade and how black slaves were treated like cattle and put out to study in order to create generations of more slave. She said Tuesday, I consider how many masters rape their slaves. I consider how many masters force their slaves to have abortions, and I consider how many pregnant slaves self-induced abortions. So that they would not contribute children. They had to the slave system. And so I ask you with all your values to consider that vote. Yes. To this amendment. Okay. I'm pretty sure that those situations are not happening anymore. Certainly no high which was never a slave state. And certainly not since the mid eighteen sixties, at least, I don't know what happened in the Jim crow south. There might have been some horrific things still happening during that time that I do not want to minimize and there are difficult situations in pregnancy, racial and otherwise that do happen. But what's happening here with this story, and with the push for reparations now from some of the presidential candidates is trying to make sure that the ugliest stain on American history becomes permanent to basically say that because this ever existed that there are going to be people that can never achieve their full potential because of this scourge on American history happening until the mid eighteen sixties, which took a civil war and the actions of constitutional amendments to finally get rid of that was horrific part of American history. And it's something to be proud of the fact that ended should have happened sooner. Yes. Absolutely. But should still be political? Issue in twenty nineteen one hundred fifty four years after the adoption thirteenth amendment which forbid slavery in the United States of America. What we're trying to do at least what they're trying to do with this and other operations such as reparations is to divide. It's basically decided to divide these people are victims these people the perpetrators whether or not your ancestors were in the country during the slavery era or not and therefore these people will be permanently divided. It's the identity politics. It's the division of people based on a sordid past not based on the content of their character, which I'm pretty sure I heard much more recently than eighteen sixty five is the way we should be judging the character of people in this country. Everybody absolutely should have the same rights same protections in this country. And if there is to be a heartbeat. Bill passed in Ohio, which I personally would be strongly supportive of than it ought to apply to everyone. If you want an exception come up with a reason based on reality and twenty nineteen. Instead of one based on the grievance issue that you're trying to propel there in the state of Ohio and probably elsewhere. But Representative Boyd is not the only problem when it comes to Democrats being crazy. Let's go to Nevada. Harry Reid is the former Senate majority leader he was there for thirty years, which is thirty years too long. He was in the house before that he was the Senate majority leader from let's see I'm gonna say two thousand seven till twenty seventeen so ten years he was the democratic leader for a little bit before the Democrats won back. The majority in two thousand six Harry Reid is famous for a number of things. He's famous for nuking the filibuster on lower court appointees and cabinet officers, which she thought was a big win against conservatives until they did the very same thing on supreme court nominations. And now they've just changed the rules on debating administrative appointees to have far less debate time, which means they can get confirmed faster. He is also famous perhaps more famous for. Going on and on in public even from the Senate floor accusing Mitt Romney of never paying federal income taxes. He said he heard it from someone that he couldn't repeat their name. So as a source that he couldn't name, and then ultimately, it was found out to be garbage and read was asked this after the two thousand twelve election when Romney had been the Republican nominee and his only answer was didn't win bitty. And so the ends definitely justified. The means with Harry Reid, which might have been his point in this lawsuit. He was trying to pursue against their ban. For those of you who remember Harry Reid announced in pretty early twenty fifteen that he wasn't going to seek reelection to the US Senate wasn't going to a sixth term shortly after over the holiday break lives on New Year's day specifically that he had been horrifically injured. He looked like he just got his butt kicked in a massive fight and a saloon somewhere. And this is a former boxer, but he claims he hurt himself while exercising. Okay. I suppose it's possible. But from. What we're learning about this case, which is now thrown out against thera band. Harry Reid Scott problems with the truth and Mitt Romney is probably somewhere. Nodding silently in agreement. This is the Associated Press re- testified last week his injuries were the main factor why he decided not to seek a sixth Senate term in two thousand sixteen. However, the attorney for thera- ban showed the jury twenty fifteen video news release in which reads cetacea not to run had quote, absolutely nothing to do with my injury further on the lawyer pointed out that read at I said that this exercise band that he had been using that broke not that slipped his grasp and that it had been attached to a metal hook in the wall of the bathroom in his suburban Las Vegas home on the witness stand read testified that he looped band through shower door handle, not a hook. And that he spun around and fell face first against a hard edged bathroom cabinet when it slipped from his grip on New Year's day. Twenty fifteen. There's more to the story. But I just wanna pause here to talk about the insanity of what Harry Reid is suggesting actually happened here. Okay. First of all who works out in their bathroom. I realize that Harry Reid has a lot more money than I do. And perhaps he's got a very spacious bathroom. Okay. But if it's so spacious why was he working out so close to a hard edged cabinet? Secondly, why would you loop your exercise band through the shower door handle because if you pull hard enough and pretty sure the door is gonna come loose from the shower. And if even if you have it open at a certain angle to provide tension might not move that much. It just seems really stupid. So he either needs to go to the gym. I'm sure he has access to the congressional gym released did at the time or it could probably be a wealthy enough. I'm sure he had enough money to put an exercise room in his house because why someone of his means has to exercise with a a rubber band through shower door in his bathroom next to his I assume his vanity and then gashed his face open and potentially damaged his I permanently. Just doesn't make sense. But here's the best part rids family throughout the band after he was hurt months later. He and his wife lodged the product by ability lawsuit against three defendants hygienic intangible property, holding inC, the hygenic corporation performance health LLC, but jersey sided says, the Las Vegas review journal that the defendants did not manufacture the exercise band involves involved in reads accident, so Harry Reid seems to have a hard time keeping story straight about how he got injured, and it's apparently quite obvious. He didn't even have the right defendant in this case. Or if he did he certainly couldn't prove that the band. He had been using was the one that this company had made. And even if he had he probably if it really did happen, though, he said he'd probably just slipped, and I guess the exercise bands need to say don't work out with this in your bathroom next to a sharp edged vanity. All right, Eric swell. Well, you're on buddy, come on up. Eric swells, a congressman from California. He's from the bay area and. And he is having some issues in addition to running for president. So now, I think is that nineteen couldn't close to nineteen maybe twenty Democrats running for president now. So I'm sure all the Democrats will be voting in the primary breathing a sigh of relief that finally now they have a choice. Eric swallow has been in the house for I think this is going on his fourth term now. So six years and change the one good thing that Eric swell welded way back when about six years ago was defeat Pete. Stark Pete stark was a congressman from California, and perhaps one of the most odious people on earth who had just insult you your integrity. The fact that your family was dealing with an illness or a loss in the family. It was really just despicable person. But was from the bay area, which is hardcore left, and as a result, he could never be defeated. But then California went to jungle system where in the primary. Everybody runs against everybody. And then the top two vote getters, regardless of party end up facing each other in November. So well, well was the other guy who made the final round? So it's democrat against democrat in the bay area. Turns out a lot of. Kratz really didn't like Pete stark, but they had no choice in previous years. So they like to swallow. He's a nicer guy, but he's still crazy. San francisco. That's F gate dot com here area. Congressman Eric swallow, Monday became the latest person to join the incredibly crowded twenty twenty democratic presidential race his primary policy. Message of the campaign will be gun control. And he's proposing a mandatory buyback, I will be the first candidate to say that reducing gun violence has to be a top three issue. Swelled Esquire last year. I wrote a Bill calling for a buyback and ban on a salt weapons, not just a ban future manufacturing. But to just take the fifteen million that are out there and buy them back swallow stated that the buyback is mandatory, I'm the only candidate calling for a mandatory national band and buy-back of military style semi automatic assault weapons. He told the San Francisco Chronicle in an op, Ed it's bold and will cost money, but it is constitutional sure about that and rightly gun violence as a life or death matter. Our children deserve better than an attempt to. Reduce or contain gun violence. Our goal must be to end it. So. Yeah. Gun confiscation consistent with the second amendment. I'm not so sure he's right about that. In fact, I'm pretty sure he's wrong about that. In fact, when he proposed this legislation right around the time of the last midterm elections. He put it out there on Twitter. And so he got some blowback because people liked having their second amendment rights in this country. They don't like being told things they've bought lawfully now make them criminals, and if they don't turn them in they'll be arrested. So there was a guy out there. Let's see if I can find his named Joe Biggs conservative commentator. So swells plan was tweet it out. So basically at swale wants a war because that's what she would get your out of your bleeping mind. If you think I'll give it my rights and give the government all the power. So if you're a congressman, and you have somebody accuse you of being on the brink of starting were you might be a little upset with that. You might tell the person. Hey, calm down. Not as bad as you think. Maybe we can find some common ground. No, no, no, no, Eric swale wells tweet and response, and it would be a short war. My friend government has nukes to any of them. They're legit. I'm sure if we talked we could find common ground to protect our families and communities, so it's always good that throughout the olive branch after you threaten to nuke someone because that's when they're really going to be in the mood to compromise on an issue of. I'm not sure where swell starting from. There's a whole lot of room for compromise on the issue of the second amendment. So Eric swell. He's one of these single issue candidates. Got Jay Inslee running all on the environment. Eric swallows running entirely on gun control. I'm not sure these things are going to work. He's also a straight white male. So that's going to hurt him badly very badly in the democratic primary, but we will see we will see. In fact, we're going to get some debates here as early as June. We're only two and a half months away from democratic presidential debates. There's going to be a lot of. And there's going to be a lot of people on stage. In fact, that they're gonna have to do the kitty table debates the Republicans did a couple of years ago, but this time the Democrats are not going to do it based on your poll standings. They're just gonna pull names out of a hat. So people have no chance will be standing next Bernie invite. It'll be a lot of fun for them to share the stage with people who have no chance, but hey, at least have a chance to get the people to hear their message. I guess if people are still paying attention after the first couple of these things so Democrats in Ohio, Nevada, California stand up and take about I'm Greg Columbus. News, director radio America, host of the three MARTINI lunch podcast in for Chad Benson today. Chad Benson show the right back..

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"There are a lot of politicians who say and do stupid things. I know this comes as a humongous shock because it never happens on a day-to-day basis back that happens all the time, of course, and not exclusive to any one party. Although the segment will be because we've got some Democrats out there who are doing some absolutely ludicrous things, then it's almost coast to coast. We're gonna start in Ohio. We're going to go to Nevada then we're going to go to California so everybody buckle up starting with the daily caller, Ohio. State Representative proposed an amendment to Ohio's heartbeat. Bill that seeks an exemption for African American women citing historical rape and forced birth imposed on enslaved women democratic state rep Janine boy proposed the amendment to a state house committee Tuesday after the Ohio Senate passed heartbeat. Bill SB Twenty-three banning abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected. A heartbeat usually becomes detectable between six and nine weeks in pregnancy. Many women do not know they're pregnant at six weeks the Bill advanced through the Ohio house committee, Tuesday, and will likely be signing. Into law by Ohio governor, Mike dewine, if it passes the full house, the measure will not only bar women from having an abortion once fetal heartbeat is detected, but will also find physicians who violate the law up to twenty thousand dollars. But here's what it's crazy during a hearing on the Bill Tuesday democratic state Representative Boyd propose an amendment allowing the exemption of African American women Boyd says there, quote history includes rape and forced birth imposed on enslaved, women and black women after slavery. According to our website, quote, I consider the slave trade and how black slaves were treated like cattle and put out to study in order to create generations of more slave. She said Tuesday, I consider how many masters rape their slaves. I consider how many masters force their slaves to have abortions, and I consider how many pregnant slaves self-induced abortions. So that they would not contribute children. They had to the slave system. And so I ask you all your values to consider that and vote yes to this amendment. Okay. I'm pretty sure that those situations are not happening anymore, certainly in Ohio, which was never a slave state. And certainly not since oh, the mid eighteen sixties, at least, I don't know what happened in the Jim crow south. There might have been some horrific things still happening during that time that I do not want to minimize and there are difficult situations in pregnancy, racial and otherwise that do happen. But what's happening here with this story, and with the push for reparations now from some of the presidential candidates is trying to make sure that the ugliest stain on American history becomes permanent to basically say that because this ever existed that there are going to be people that can never achieve their full potential because of this scourge on American history happening until the mid eighteen sixty s which took a civil war and the actions of constitutional amendments to finally get rid of that was a horrific part of American history. And it's. Something to be proud of the fact that it ended should have happened sooner. Yes. Absolutely. But should it still be a political issue in twenty thousand nineteen one hundred fifty four years after the adoption thirteenth amendment, which forbids slavery in the United States of America? What we're trying to do. At least what they're trying to do with this and other operations such as reparations is to divide. It's basically decided to divide these people are victims these people the perpetrators whether or not your ancestors were in the country during the slavery era or not and therefore these people will be permanently divided. It's the identity politics. It's the division of people based on a sorted past not based on the content of their character, which I'm pretty sure I heard much more recently than eighteen sixty five is the way we should be judging the character of people in this country. Everybody absolutely should have the same rights same protections in this country. And if there is to be a heartbeat Bill passed in Ohio, which I personally would be strongly supportive of than. And not to apply to everyone. If you want an exception come up with a reason based on reality and twenty nineteen instead of one based on the grievance issue that you're trying to propel there in the state of Ohio and probably elsewhere. But Representative void is not the only problem when it comes to Democrats being crazy. Let's go to Nevada. Harry Reid is the former Senate majority leader he was there for thirty years, which is thirty years too long. He was in the house before that he was the Senate majority leader from let's see I'm going to say two thousand seven till twenty seventeen so ten years he was the democratic leader for a little bit before the Democrats went back the majority in two thousand six here rate is famous for a number of things he's famous for nuking the filibuster on lower court appointees and cabinet officers, which she thought was a big win against conservatives until they did the very same thing on supreme court nominations. And now they've just changed the rules on debating administrative appointees to have far less. Debate time, which means they can get confirmed faster. He is also famous perhaps more famous for going on and on in public even from the Senate floor accusing Mitt Romney of never paying federal income taxes. He said he heard it from someone that he couldn't repeat their name. So was a source that he couldn't name. And then ultimately, it was found out to be garbage and read was asked this after the two thousand twelve election when Romney had been the Republican nominee, and it's only answer was boy didn't win buddy. And so the ends definitely justified. The means with Harry Reid, which might have been his point in this lawsuit. He was trying to pursue against thera- ban. For those of you who remember Harry Reid announced in pretty early two thousand fifteen that he wasn't going to seek reelection to the US Senate wasn't going to seek a sixth term shortly. After over the holiday break. I've lived on New Year's day specifically that he had been horrifically injured. Now, he looked like he just got his butt kicked in a massive fight in a saloon somewhere. And this is a former boxer, but. He claims he hurt himself while exercising. Okay. I suppose it's possible. But from what we're learning about this case, which is now thrown out against thera- band. Harry Reid's got some problems with the truth and Mitt Romney is probably somewhere. Nodding silently in agreement. This is the Associated Press read testified last week his injuries were the main factor why he decided not to seek a sixth Senate term in two thousand sixteen. However, the attorney for thera- ban showed the jury twenty fifteen video news release in which read set us decision. Not to run had quote, absolutely nothing to do with my injury further on the lawyer pointed out that read at I said that this exercise band that he had been using that broke not that it slipped his grasp and that it had been attached to a metal hook in the wall of the bathroom and his suburban Las Vegas home on the witness stand read testified that he looped a van through a shower door handle, not a hook. And that he spun around and fell face first against a. Hard edged bathroom cabinet when it slipped from his grip on New Year's day. Twenty fifteen there's more to the story. But I just wanna pause here to talk about the insanity of what Harry Reid is suggesting actually happened here. Okay. First of all who works out in their bathroom. I realized that Harry Reid has a lot more money than I do. And perhaps he's got a very spacious bathroom. Okay. But if it's so spacious why was he working out so close to a hard edged cabinet? Secondly, why would you loop your exercise band through the shower door handle because if you pull hard enough in pretty sure the door is gonna come loose from the shower? And if even if you have it open at a certain angle to provide tension might not move that much. It just seems really stupid. So he either needs to go to the gym. I'm sure he has access to the congressional jam released did at the time or it could probably be a wealthy enough. I'm sure he had enough money to put an exercise room in his house because why someone of his means has to exercise with a. A rubber band through a shower door in his bathroom next to his I assume his vanity and then gashed his face open and potentially damaged his eye permanently. Just doesn't make sense. But here's the best part rids family throughout the band after he was hurt months later. He and his wife lodged a product liability lawsuit against three defendants hygienic intangible property, holding inC, the hygienic corporation performance health LLC, but jersey decided says the Las Vegas review journal that the defendants did not manufacture the exercise band involves involved in reads accident, so Harry Reid seems to have a hard time keeping a story straight about how he got injured, and it's apparently quite obvious. He didn't even have the right defendant in this case. Or if he did he certainly couldn't prove that the band. He had been using was the one that this company had made. And even if he had he'd probably if it really did happen, though, he said, he probably just slipped, and I guess the exercise bands need to say don't work out with this in your bathroom next to a sharp edge vanity. All right. Eric slow. Well, you're on duck buddy, come on up. Eric swallows, the congressman from California he's from the bay area and. And he is having some issues. In addition to the fact that he's not running for president. So now, I think is that nineteen getting close to nineteen maybe twenty Democrats running for president now. So I'm sure all the Democrats will be voting in the primary are breathing a sigh of relief that finally now they have a choice. Eric swallow has been in the house for I think this is going on his fourth term now. So six years and change the one good thing that Eric swale? Well did way back when about six years ago now was defeat Pete? Stark Pete stark was a congressman from California, and perhaps one of the most odious people on earth who had just insult you or your integrity. The fact that your family was dealing with an illness or a loss in the family. It was really just a despicable person. But he's from the bay area, which is hardcore left and as a result. He could never be defeated. But then California went to a jungle system where the primary everybody runs against everybody. And then the top two vote getters, regardless of party end up facing each other in November so Eric's. Well, well was the other guy who made the final round? So it's democrat against democrat in the bay area. Turns out a lot of Democrats. Didn't like Pete stark, but they had no choice in previous years. So they elected Eric swale. Well, he's a nicer guy, but he's still crazy San Francisco SF gate dot com. Here bay area. Congressman Eric.

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"pete stark" Discussed on KQED Radio

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03:28 min | 2 years ago

"pete stark" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Maria Dillon has more on Senate Bill four twenty five three university of southern California graduates urged the committee to pass Senator Jerry hills legislation. The women had all complained about USC gynecologist, George Tyndall who's under investigation for alleged sexual abuse. These cases had never been reported to the state medical licensing board Audrey NASCAR. Sicker was a law. Student at USC when Dr Tyndall allegedly abused her. Now, she's a prosecutor in Ventura County patient safety and health must come first in the legal loopholes which allow Dr Tyndall to women for almost thirty years need to be closed. And this is a good time to do it. She says the Bill will hold institutions accountable with fines if they don't follow up on alligators of abuse. I'm Raquel Maria. Dylan Cutie news. The crowded twenty twenty democratic presidential field. Just got a little more crowded with the announcement today that East Bay congressman Eric swallow. Well is running for president small well has represented parts of Alameda, and contra Costa counties since two thousand thirteen Kate senior politics editor Scott Shafer is with us. And Scott swell is the second California Democrat to jump in. He's considered a long shot. So what's his message going to be how will he distinguish himself from the but seventeen other Democrats why not jump in? Right. Well, you nnounced on the Colbert show tonight. We got a little video clip of veterans his slogan. Literally Meena is go big beaver bold. Do good which sounds like a company phrase, but it's his phrase as he runs for president he's focusing on gun safety, which is a little bit unusual for a presidential campaign. You know, he's young. He's thirty eight years old. He's trying to appeal. I think to millennial voters his first event will be tomorrow in parkland, Florida where there was of course, a terrible school shooting a year ago, he'll be focusing on gun safe. There. He's also, you know, he's the son of a cop. I grew up in Iowa, which is home to the first presidential caucus and both of his parents are Trump supporters. So I guess he can talk to Republicans. Well, what do you think swell was biggest challenges will be what are his biggest liabilities? Well, he's unknown. We know him because he's from the bay area, but he doesn't have a national name ID. Even though he's been a fixture on cable television, as a member of the house intelligence and judiciary committee talking mostly about Donald Trump in the Muller report that kind of thing so that's a big issue for him and also lack of a national fundraising base. It's expensive to run for president. He's got a good social media following. So that's that'll be helpful. You can maybe parlay that into some small donor donations to kind of fuel his campaign early on. But he's really gonna have to build that fundraising base. If he's going to be a serious candidate. Where would you say swell while is politically what are his policy priorities? What do people who are from this area need to know about swallow? Well, it's interesting because he got elected in two thousand twelve. Ran against an entrenched. Incumbent Pete stark who was one of the most liberal if not the most liberal member of the house, and so we kind of positioned himself a little bit to the right of stark. But he's a a liberal guy. He's a bay area democrat might be a little bit less liberal than say, I don't know Bernie Sanders, probably for sure, but he's serious minded about policy. He's a member of the judiciary and house intelligence committees. He's a lawyer he worked as a prosecutor in Alameda County something Harris did as well early in her career. So he seems to be somebody who is very much willing to take on big challenges. Somebody who does things even when people say, you know, you really don't have a chance of winning because that was sort of how people felt when you ran for congress..

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"pete stark" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

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03:13 min | 3 years ago

"pete stark" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"To high school basketball on W. I n t. All right start bringing in post game action on integrity radio. W? I N P one to one point five FM thirteen thirty AM and line. WGN radio dot com is a packed house here tonight at doc Daugherty gymnasium, you put answers the this one versus the upstream rival Bill St. Joseph and the Viking and we had a good one here through three quarters, really. And who the fun game here tonight? Even though the final score may not necessarily reflect it we had brothers faith in terms of this one here with coach bay plaza neck via the Viking and DJ quasi for the Panthers. And no love lost between coach is to be schools. Really is. Now, we're trying to get the crowd. They've me out at this point right now, we had a full house on the visitor side for VISA and for the home Ukwa Panthers side of the gymnasium as well too and strong performances here tonight who's going to be down to a couple of players for the MVP in the Pat O'Brien player of the game. But just wanted to say, you know, both that he's seen having a very strong season and the Vikings snapping that game winning streak that the Panthers were riding at this one here and Uku Panthers. Still with a strong record onto season at twelve and fix. The ASPCA and the Viking extending their record to thirteen up and down onto season. And the Viking. With three day championship and coach bay Pozniak tenure as coach. And I mentioned, you know, that could be another odd year where they end up coating home that day championship trophies. They didn't twenty thirteen fifteen seventeen and twenty nineteen year. But. Strong victory here tonight. And the Vikings as they come up with the wind and get victory number thirteen answers. Should be proud of themselves. What they've been doing this point of the season. And they were really looking at this one is an opportunity to maybe take down. Crosstown rival VISA and did not happen here tonight. A lot of excitement is going to be getting into third quarter. The Panthers got it into a one point game at one point where they were down to thirty one to thirty two B J. But then from there on the really strong shooting by the life of Jaden need, Jason prion, third quarter and ram Koppelman. Khalil mitchum coming strong for the Vikings. They ended up distancing themselves in this one to a fourteen point victory home Phoebe Ukwa Panthers. So we're gonna come back here in a minute and finish up the post game show name that Pat O'Brien player the game. You got Pete stark and had a fun night of high school hoops here on a Saturday night special on integrity radio w I t want to one point five FM thirteen thirty AM and online W P radio dot.

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