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"political caucus" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

05:37 min | 8 months ago

"political caucus" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Relegated to writing lifestyle or fashion pieces at first glorious career was no different. She frequently tried to suggest political ideas but editor shut her down time and time again then in nineteen, sixty, three, Gloria gained national attention. When show magazine hired her to go undercover at a playboy club to report on the working conditions there Well, they were taking anything. Disaster is job and ISO, and I wrote an expose of of being about about the working conditions and and what started out as a joke actually became. Something that was not so funny even though this was before I was. involving. At the time waitressing at playboy clubs was advertised as glamorous exciting career opportunity for young women. But glorious expose I was a playboy bunny revealed the sexist underpaid overworked nature of the job. Though this legendary article Made Gloria, a household name, she initially struggled to be taken seriously as a reporter after it's release. Despite the challenge glorious strive to build her career and nineteen, sixty eight, she helped found New York magazine. As an editor and political writer at New York magazine Gloria covered campaigns, and social issues like the Women's Liberation Movement. But her involvement in the movement quickly went beyond that of passive reporter in Nineteen, sixty nine she spoke publicly at an event advocating the legalization of abortion in New York. Florida became a sought after Speaker Women's liberation protests and events. She became a spokesperson for the movement and a tireless advocate for women's rights. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy feminist activists staged an eleven hour sit in on the magazine ladies home. Journal one hundred women marched into the office and protested the majority male staffs sexist writing and refusal to cover women's rights issues after this landmark event Gloria knew there was a place for a women's Movement magazine she teamed up with fellow journalists. Patricia Carbine, and Letty. Cotton POGREBIN TO CREATE MS magazine in Nineteen Seventy One news was initially an insert into New York magazine but by nineteen seventy, two, it became an entity of its own. Lori would be a writer and editor for the magazine for fifteen years. Gloria toward the country as a speaker led protests and teamed up fellow feminists like Shirley, Chisholm, and Betty for Dan to create the National Women's Political Caucus. The NWPP raises money provides training and gathers volunteers for women, candidates, state, and local levels. Gloria also helped found organizations including the women's Action Alliance the Women's Media Centre voters for choice, and the News Foundation for women. She also helped create take our daughters to. Work Day in the nineties, which was an effort to show variety of career opportunities to young girls. Gloria has written several books including the best selling memoir my life on the road, the book details, Glorious Childhood, and Development as an activist alongside the burgeoning women's liberation. Movement Gloria has received many honors and accolades for her activism in two thousand thirteen President Obama granted Gloria the Presidential Medal of freedom speaking of game changers. As a writer, the speaker, an activist she awakened a vast and often skeptical public to problems like domestic violence. A lack of affordable childcare unfair hiring practices. Because of her work across America around the world more women are afforded the respect and opportunities that they deserve. But she also changed how women thought about themselves in two thousand seventeen rutgers university created the Gloria Steinem endowed chair in media culture and Feminist Studies Gloria Steinem is a prominent and passionate activist for women everywhere who's helped to expand the opportunities available for women and girls across the country. This episode concludes our month all about activists. But Join US tomorrow October first for the beginning of a brand new. Holiday. For more on why we're doing what we're doing check out our newsletter Manica weekly follow us on facebook and Instagram at Encyclopedia. Will Manteca. Follow me directly on twitter at Jenny M Kaplan. Special. Thanks to my favorite sister and co-creator was Catholic. Talk to you tomorrow. I WanNa tell you about another podcast. I. Think. You'll love we hear about Trans People in the news all the time, but we almost never hear trans people telling their own stories. 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"political caucus" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

08:02 min | 9 months ago

"political caucus" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Room in about four o'clock, I think it was the next day and I got a call from Fred Sanford said. I would like you to be on the ticket are life You'll be my right and I said on terribly honored, And of course, I said yes. And then after I hung up, I kind of was in a state of shock. I want my stay of people from my congressional staff was outside the office. I open the door and I said, Guess what we're making History is fascinating. That from 1996 and Debbie Walsh, you have one of those for our posters behind you because you hear her story. What stands out? Will I remember that whole period? And it wass this very interesting kind of transparent process in a funny way. I mean, we were watching on television in the evening news different, powerful high level political women going up to Minnesota to meet with Walter Mondale. And it was this kind of really public sort of interview process and there was tremendous pressure. I think on Walter Mondale from the women's political organisations, particularly the National Organization for Women in the National Women's Political Caucus of the time who are saying, this is your chance? You know this is allies on that women's vote that we had just really not seen before. May see if that gender gap can really work in your favor, and it was history making on that moment when she stepped up At the convention in San Francisco I There was that moment all of the delegates on the floor were women. The male delegates had given up their seats for the with women who were alternate so that all of the delegates on the floor that night were women. It was very exciting and thrilling moment and truly history, making What's changed since 1984 0 a lot has changed since 1984. You know, I used to be able to in 1984. I could tell you the names of all the women who are serving in Congress than I could do that pretty quickly. Ah, Now I can't there. There are a lot of them, but I was going to say to many, but there are not too many because women still make up only 23. 24% of the Members of Congress We have in the last couple of election cycles really since 2016. I think seeing an acceleration of women's political leadership first, of course, with the nomination of Hillary Clinton is the first woman nominated by a major party for president and then in 2018 in reaction in many ways to the election of 2016. We saw record numbers of women running for office but also running differently way saw. Far We've been seeing record numbers of women of color running for office. Younger women, women with Children, young Children at home and they've been running very authentically with their true everything about them sort of out there, making them far more accessible to voters are questioning 2018 was after the election, and we saw the 36 New women elected to Congress, the largest incoming house membership that we've ever seen way started to think. Well, this just be a one time deal. Or will this be the new normal and even now, in 2020 again seen record numbers of women running for the House record numbers of women nominated record numbers of women of color on DH Now? Of course, this historic moment of Kamala Harris, who will be officially than I Many of the Democratic Party for vice president this week. We'll go through some of those numbers in the House and Senate in just a moment, but some other numbers our phone lines. They're open. 2027 for 8000 are line for Republicans in 2027 for 8000. If you're a Democrat, and for Independence to 02748 8002 when you mentioned the House and the Senate, you've been putting together the statistics. So let's look at them right now, with 101 women holding seats in the House of Representatives, comprising about 23% Scent. Of the 435 members of the House representing 34 states. There are 88 Democrats and 13 Republicans. 583 file to run for the U. S House. That's up from 476. Back in 2018. As you mentioned a moment ago in the Senate, 57 women have served in the U. S. Senate 26 right now 17 or Democrats Naina Republicans for women of color and 60 have filed to run for the U. S Senate this year. That's up from 53 back in 2018. Those numbers tell you Well, it tells me that we're seeing great progress is in these election cycles, these most recent cycles, but that we're still not where we need to be, and we're also seeing a tremendous partisan. This very Republican women. Asai was saying there were 36 women newly elected women to the House. 35 of them were Democrats on Ly one new Republican woman elected in 2018. Backed Republican women lost their net loss of 10 in the House in the last cycle. This year. We're seeing record numbers of Republican women running, which we did not see in 2018. It was all driven really in 2018 by Democrats, but many of those Republican women who are running this timer running into very tough races and that partisan disparity Will prevent there from ever being really gender parity in Congress. Oren State legislators were slight state legislatures. We're seeing the same kind of numbers across the states. Much more work needs to be done on the Republican side to bring more Republican women into elective office. Let's get here from calls D is joining US. Charlotte, North Carolina Democrats line Good morning. Good morning. I'm just going to mention the league of women voters and throw the legal when voters, uh, played throughout the history of women's suffrage in this country. Rose rose Women voters in being the first to think of the presidential debate and the room of the women voters around the country in advocating for Ah government involvement. All citizens, and I wanted to mention that to you guys and have someone comment about throw over their league of women voters here. Thank you. Yeah, the legal woman voters has played a really important role in terms of the really grew up. Out of the suffrage movement on then taking and making sure that women then became full participants as voters. You know, we know that it's not that it was an overnight switch where women didn't have the right to vote, and suddenly they were voting the way they are now. Women out Vote men, now about about 10 million more women. Voted in the 2016 presidential election, then get men. So it has been a slow evolutionary process and the legal women voters has definitely been a part of that 27 for 8001 for Republicans in 2027 for 8004 Democrats Debbie Walsh is joining is she's from Rutgers University, and I want to get your reaction to what the president again was asked about yesterday. He's spending the weekend in bed, Mr New Jersey and NBC's Kelly O'Donnell with The issue of whether or not Senator Sanders, Senator Harris is qualified to serve as vice president. Let's watch.

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Iowa ad spending ticks up in the last week before caucuses

Jeff Wagner

05:19 min | 1 year ago

Iowa ad spending ticks up in the last week before caucuses

"The the first caucuses political caucuses the year are in hi that's coming up within like two weeks or so the candidates have been campaigning in Iowa would you like to guess how much has been spent on political advertising in Iowa over the course of let's see the last thirteen months or so thank you think yes home ballpark okay let's say two hundred million two hundred million and I would know that that that that's how I know that that's hard not to hundred million okay but let me just back up here Iowa I'll white is not a heavily populated state I mean it it's not California it's not Texas it's not New York it's not Florida you know where you have multiple television markets TV time to buy and I white is is cheap comparatively eight eight please it would be outside of the political season it's not like if you want to advertise in California for example you got to buy time on TV stations in San Diego and Los Angeles in Sacramento and San Francisco and all these places in between you want to buy TV time in Florida you gotta buy in Miami in Orlando and you know all all along the Gulf coast in up in Jacksonville and all these different places got to do that Iowa it's it's not a good client population center the answer to my question is the estimate that by the time all is said and done candidates will have spent just on TV advertising somewhere north of sixty three million that's M. as in million dollars running commercials this is presidential candidates in Iowa over the course of the last thirteen months sixty three million dollars and that's roughly the same as that's roughly the same as before and keep in mind the vast majority that spending is going to be on the Democrat side president trump is that some advertising but but nothing big but it's all the other Democrats if the Democrats were trying to to break through they're gonna be spending sixty three million I will tell you this that there are TV and radio stations all across this country who are looking at two thousand twenty and depending on where you are they are counting on substantial political advertising by it happens every four years happens every two years now in some year if you're in some states it's not as as big a deal the candidates aren't going to be the presidential candidate for example aren't going to be spending a lot of money in Utah because president trump is going to win you call it is a heavily Republican state so you're not going to be seeing a lot of of spending on the presidential campaigns you're probably not going to be seeing a lot of heavy spending I'm on the presidential level in California because California is gonna overwhelmingly goal for whoever the Democrat nominee yes so it's your your your have maybe a little bit of spending but but not not that much in places like Pennsylvania Michigan Wisconsin and a handful Ohio and a handful of other so called swing states you're not going to be able to turn on the TV or turn on the radio and not here some add maybe it's going to be an ad by the candidates maybe it's going to be an ad by some special interest groups supporting a cause or a candidate but the air waves both radio and television are gonna be inundated with ads and the candidates are going to spend millions of dollars to do it just like the spending sixty three million to I don't know how you could spend sixty three billion dollars in Iowa and yet that's what they are doing now here's what I want to discuss with you is it going to make any difference I was having this conversation with somebody the other day and they said you know I've never I I I know who I'm going to vote for and I see the different ads and I never decided she I'm going to vote for this candidate because I saw that at I'm going to vote against this other candidate because I saw that at it they were saying you know that this this money that is being spent on the advertising I understand I I work for radio station no we we are going to be getting political advertising and that's very very welcome to the bottom line but what I want to discuss with you is the ad spending in all the ads that are out there does it work is it necessary is it over kill does it ever change your mind and is there too much of it do we need to have sixty three million dollars spent in Iowa in order to I don't know help the voters decide who it is that they want to choose at a caucus have you ever really made up your mind as to who you're going to buy who to support because of an ad our number eight five five six one six one six twenty that's the accurate mortgage talk and text line do we need all the acts

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"political caucus" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"political caucus" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"Oh, we need to find a way to get those two bodies to be able to collaborate and make sure that we're not wasting the few tax dollars that we do have education. What is some of the other things are doing besides knocking on doors? What are some of the other kinds of vents you've been doing kind of raise awareness of your candidacy, or we have done everything from activities in the park to views events that one of the best events. We have is you was actually the youth come out to to meet the candidates. So they understand what's going on in their community and just Greek and not just certain sick minutes weather is to gain less being community to to make sure that they understand and know that we care about them, the the black community, Hispanic and Polynesian or Pacific islander community. We have very large community out here. Pacific. Islanders dead include tungsten, Samoan Hawaiian. In of ages Japanese and so forth, so reaching out to those communities and in some very vents coming out to speak in meet people. So we can make sure they understand that we care about what they care about. Do you think that then you know, you mentioned the the low voter turnout? Do you think those numbers are going to be out this year? Yes, I think so we asked me what checking on some of the numbers she last night night before last and the million ballots are already more than fifty percent of the last mid-term. So we know a lot of folks voting and their voting early which is good. We do. We just want to see how much that is going to sway our way, and we really try to work those numbers. I think with the atmosphere allow those people who identified independent, and some sort or really going to really what makes a difference for us out here in. In Utah for them for the Democratic Party to get those voters to sway towards especially with the women. We we have a huge huge huge problem with female voting in Utah. A lot of these women as of tradition here in the coach here in Utah have always given the votes per se to their husbands. So the only person in the family that was registered to vote was the husband and whatever he decided what the wife accepted. So we have literally two hundred eighty thousand women who are eligible to vote who are not registered to vote. So we're hoping that we can get some of those ones to show up in vote and vote for Democrats. I saw that you were endorsed by the LDS dumbs this year, and that this was their first year of endorsing candidates. Can you talk a little bit about that? I mean, that's. Sort of uniquely Utah thing, of course, having one religious group have such a, you know, a big percentage of the citizens in this state, and then being caucus within the Democratic Party at some point. And I'm not exactly sure how this occurred there became to believe and members of the church Jesus Christ latter-day saints that to be a leading man, you was a Republican. I'm not sure exactly again how that came about. But it did. So that meant that generally that was ill will towards people who were not Republicans meeting. If you was latter day saints in you was a democrat. Then though something wrong with you. I don't know if you saw it recently just a couple of days ago, the leadership of the church. Giving a mouse -ment through the Salt Lake Tribune that they would neutral on parties in that all parties had something beneficial to offer which we think is good because now, you know, hopefully, it would not continue to be a real Bajic urge to be able to say that you are LBS in that you're democrat, which is a big deal because for foot L Democrats is been a long time coming lot of hard work to get acceptance in the community as a political party in a political caucus, you know, party that didn't seem to be favorite because of whatever institutional ideas that was created user go. Anything else that you wanted to make sure we talk about what I think the biggest thing for me. That is that we really need..

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"political caucus" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"political caucus" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"If we're going to be putting people on the highest court of the land. And here we are today how the Senate handle cysts in the Senate Republicans handle this will be a test of this time of twenty eighteen in the metoo movement. Can we do better the Senator Patty Murray on Sunday will joining us now, Susan page. She's USA today. Washington bureau chief, and she's with us today from Dallas, Susan, it's good to have you, hey, it's great to be with you. All right. So you just. Heard those two really interesting almost diametrically opposed points of view from Kellyanne, Conway and Senator Patty Murray and Kellyanne Conway saying, you can't, you know, put the entire weight of the metoo movement on judge cavenaugh shoulders. Whereas Patty Murray is saying will, in fact that's exactly why the Senate needs to handle or the Senate Judiciary committee needs to handle this moment differently than it did in nineteen ninety one. I mean, what are your thoughts? So I don't think the issue is the moot metoo movement as an entirety. In this case, I think this is a question of whether there are credible allegations against this particular supreme court nominee that will convince at least two Republican senators not to vote for his confirmation. That said, it is certainly true that the metoo movement over the past year has changed the political caucus by everyone involved about who gets heard and who gets believed. The context is so much different than it was back in nineteen Ninety-one within ADA. He'll hill hearings, which I covered for for Newsday. There is a much. Greater willingness to take seriously the allegations of women even when they're years. The allegations are in incidents that are years old and where there are not corroborating witnesses, but people are, I think, more willing now to listen. And that's why this hearing on Thursday, assuming it moves forward will be so important in persuading people who they ought to believe Somali limitation to you about that because because I think Susan's exactly, right. We've been hearing from members of both parties and possibly most notably, Republicans who wished to see judge Kavanagh confirmed that that they still never nevertheless believed that professor Ford should be heard, right? We've heard that language that women should be heard. But on the other hand, if really the issue is, are these credible allegations is being heard enough, isn't an actual, you know, independent investigation, the only way to really judge the credibility of the allegations? Well. That's up to every individual Senator and his or her conscience and what standard they believe the the nominee has to meet. You know, I think the the fact that she is being heard is going to sway a lot of people ideally, beyond all of the partisan noise, this is an earnest effort to to discover the truth, and there are a lot of outstanding questions for both of these human beings and the. And so the senators in charge of the committee believed that it can be if not definitively settled a some clarity can be brought by hearing from these two witnesses. So that's where they're going to begin and then it will be up to all of those senators. You know, I think to to Susan's point when the need a hill hearing a lot of the Democrats involved in that process have expressed regret for the way that Anita hill was treated. It was not so much of a partisan situation back then because you had Democrats and Republicans on an all-male committee. In an almost all-male Senate, really not not trading her someone who deserved to be heard and believed on her own terms. So the it is a test of this moment that we're in not whether or not he gets confirmed because that should be based on the credibility of the allegations themselves, but but how she is treated and how she, whether she is respected as someone with a story to tell and whether women are given equal voice in this process. Right?.

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"political caucus" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"political caucus" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"We don't have enough time to go into it all, but I would say. Suffragettes spat upon they were force fed in jail. They were arrested by a democrat president named Woodrow Wilson who said he was a friend, but then he had were wha one and he's I don't have time for you and the women said, excuse us, it's our son's yeah, I get the chills when I tell them. So if you go there, what you'll see is the fight was unbelievable and women waited in line. You know, after African American men, they waited in line and then it got the vote. So we didn't get the vote till the twentieth century and men of property were voting in the seventeen hundreds. It's been a long hard climb just to get the vote, forget about it. And then after the war in the warriors of World War Two women proved that they could work and all these places. But after the war society said and literally said, women go back to the house, you cannot work. There's too many jobs for the men. And if you wanna work, there's something wrong. With you and women were given, I'm not kidding pills. If they wanted to work. What would the pills anti-anxiety pills or they had? I don't even know they had those back. Are you have too much energy takes valley of the dolls. They was written about that years ago and so yes, they gave you those. I can't remember the names of those pills anyway, everyone listening knows those Bill to calm you down. So bottom line, honestly, this is what happened to women. So thin when women started to wake up in the sixties after the happy days of the fifties and say, you know what? It's great if women want to stay home with kids and they have fulfilled, this is good. But if women want to go to the workplace to help their families, they ought to be able to end it started and I was young. It's again the matter of time and place. I was fortunate that at that period of time, I was a newly wed. I had done my thing on Wall Street, gotten shunned. So I knew when they were saying these things that they were telling the truth that there was so much prejudice and I started to watch it, watch it, watch it. And then I started to get very involved in natural whims political caucus and w, you know, all of that kind of thing, the right to choose a woman's right to choose in the early seventies became an issue. Nineteen Seventy-three was Roe v Wade. So I got caught up in it. All. I already had my family and my motivation for getting into office was I get these two little kids and I want the world to be okay. I don't want Viet nam more. I don't want any War. I don't want you know the oceans to be despoiled. I don't want my daughter not to have equal opportunity, so it kind of is the values of the family that I experienced is being a young mom and my experience of being, you know, harassed and other things. I was fortunate, I lost the one race, but after then I won every race ever since eleven races. And if you count all the primaries, like twenty four races primarily generals. So I was on my feet as an successful leader in the women's movement, the environmental the peace movement ready in the seventies, what keeps you going now you don't need to keep working with, oh, God, I don't think you for remind you welcome. What keeps me going is I'm still outraged inside. You know, I told her that in the beginning of the show, the sense of outrage that you feel when things are not going right. So I'm doing my work in different venues. I'm helping. Other people through my political action committee called pack for change, and everyone can find out about it despite going up to Barbara Boxer dot com. And I'm helping people. I'm going to not only raising money, but going to the districts if they want me to help them..

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"political caucus" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"political caucus" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Herald radio hillary shiva new animal house where we detail massachusetts political scandals throughout history this week we are looking at former massachusetts congresswoman congresswoman margaret heckler she has a lot of interesting stories when it comes to massachusetts and when it comes to her career but the one we're going to focus on is the end of there's none of the entire end but basically the pinnacle of her career it could be said was her appointment as secretary of health and human services under president ronald reagan now she ended up having to step down from that basically ousted by reagan and reagan sort of team in part because of this supposedly messy divorce that she had and that's the part i'm going to focus on in terms of this week's animal house there is this scandal supposedly about her divorce and that was used politically as a shoehorn to some extent to get her out of the position she ended up going on to become ambassador to ireland and how did you know ongoing career after that about women in politics and her role in it because she actually was one of the co founders of the massachusetts women's political caucus so it's a big deal i mean she broke a lot of barriers so this is a woman who got elected to congress in nineteen sixty six and this is before talking about new divorce the the first state that past no fault divorce which is like the modern divorce laws we have wasn't until nineteen seventy interestingly enough was california and that lawless that was signed into law by governor ronald reagan himself a divorce but she in one thousand nine hundred sixty six she beat joseph martin junior who had been in office for forty two years as as speaker of the house of representatives so she in a primary shoot him they're both republican so i mean that's that's a pretty good way to start your well she'd been counselors on before knows what the hell the governor's councillors but that's that's a huge electoral win i mean for any woman to get elected to congress in nineteen fifty six th that's that's that's pretty early in the middle of the.

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"political caucus" Discussed on Minority Korner

Minority Korner

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"political caucus" Discussed on Minority Korner

"Beth just so bad asked and you're not even done and you're not during her tenure in congress so she was in congress for very long time in we'll take a little subset but she basically was in congress until nineteen eightythree with with state was she a representative for new york yeah that's amazing okay so while she was there in congress she opposed the fucking vietnam war she what else she she opposed weapon development she was in full support of employment proposals she serving she also founded the national women's political caucus with betty for dan gloria steinem and this other woman bella abzug she supported the equal rights amendment she co founded the congressional black caucus and was a part of the process of legalizing abortion i kinda can't handle like how we don't know about this amazing how there's not like a movie almost every week about shirley says there needs to be a movie about her because she was affecting that ass she was also she also authored the bill to help gain access to minimum pay for domestic workers how an listen to this fly combat akshay during her time in congress which i have to remind jews from nineteen sixty nine to nineteen eighty three she only hired women in half of her staff were black fucking love that that's amazing that you're rattling all right at least huge accomplishments and they just think about how many congress people like paul ryan hasn't done shit you know destroy things like she's actually done so much amazing like these now want an office you know she's not taking bribes from lobbyists and all this in enrolling thing's amazing and she said that during her time in congress she felt she got a lot of sexism and racism but sexism was like more than racism and she's been quoted as saying men or men wow you know what i love about that she's like i got time i got to i gotta get shit done eggs you being all sexist whatever i got a job to do exactly and one of the things that the things that she wanted to get done was run for mother that can president.

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"political caucus" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"political caucus" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Down they conflicts for everything traumatizing because the person with the leaked education can cause you to get killed you can be very proficient parson go to restaurant wait on you always impacted from shit this this chicken as a little to to saudi i'm to call the police i don't know what's going on that kitchen let's get the police in here client background yesterday i told a ball from duty police i like to report it there some black people down his stealing basketball's in the middle of the game let's see how about this one this is a local when i think so that's shot tv there you btv dot com former governor raising diversity questions i'm sorry diversity questions and questions the influence of the black political caucus a large number key positions and local leadership across charlotte mecklenburg county now he'll african americans the queen city hasn't african american mayor and the heads of the county commission and school boards also black for some of these some of those visions is the first time someone was black it's the job but there's a new level of scrutiny coming from former north carolina governor pat mccrory about you used to beat a mayor this big all primaries are then determined by the black political caucus small group of individuals mccurry say his morning talk show on news talk eleven ten wb t that now is one day after the spencer mayweather was elected to district attorney and gave mcfadden won the shares race it is the first time to african americans have been elected to those offices in mecklenburg county.

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"political caucus" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"political caucus" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A lot of sunshine high fifty eight downtown getting into the low to mid sixties though inland tonight mainly clear low down around forty another nice day tomorrow with a lot of sunshine high fifty seven downtown but again into the middle sixties inland tuesday sunshine followed by increasing clouds high sixty one wednesday it'll be cloudy and cooler with rain moving in in the afternoon high fifty four i'm accuweather meteorologist steve travis wbz newsradio ten thirty forty four in boston massachusetts democratic representative has died during a little league event in wilmington eighty three year old jim is selling represented wilmington and took sperry he was at opening ceremonies for the season yesterday morning when he suffered a massive heart attack he collapsed around ten am and died a short time later at a local hospital miss ellie has been a representative since nineteen seventy seven he has coped with several medical issues back in february he collapsed during a political caucus governor charlie baker has offered his condolences via twitter the governor says miss ellie was a hugely aggressive advocate for his district clams and scholarships may be getting a lot cheaper this summer and we have a recordbreaking algae bloom and narragansett bay to thank rhode island's bloom this winter was the largest on record and could potentially fuel a spike in shellfish numbers scientists at the university of rhode island say a winter bloom helps increase food source for clans and also helps them grow without harming other species well move over freedom trail visitors to massachusetts this summer have a new site.

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"political caucus" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"political caucus" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"He was groping them at length church acquire really the first woman a 38yearold book editor told huffington post her interaction with franken came after she had performed with a feminist choir at the women's political caucus on june twenty two thousand seven a feminist choir towns just great she said my stories eerily similar lindsay men's historisches lady who said that at an event in 2010 franken grabbed arrear showed that he grabbed my buttocks during a photo op frank it was at the event with his wife love it the woman said after the ceremony ended members of the choir asked to take photos of franken and the woman continued that down his hand lent there's a second woman who said that she she told a bunch of people about the incident years ago she said that she never attended a democratic fundraiser before she wants a democratic fundraiser and she got more than she bargained for she said i shook his hand you put his arm round my waist and held it there then he moved at lower and cup my but when second woman said she tried to excuse herself to go to the bathroom that franken allegedly suggested that he go with her which is never a good move instead she grabbed a friend and ran to the bathroom a franken said that he he categorically denies that he did not proposition anyone to join with latham he says i did not proposition anyone to join me in any bathroom uh boy here's of the second woman said franken's got to be tell us at this point you think i mean like how much longer can can he stand here how much longer can the democrats do this the second ones that i feel i felt like i didn't have a voice this man had all the power all the authority in addition he's a white man i am a woman of color as twenty one years old all boy so franking goes after her the entire left is going to implode because sexist racist roof she says i was afraid that he would use all of those privileges to discredit me albouy she's even using or privileges did this allegation is true and she's using this head of language uh ha hull el franken you can kiss her job goodbye it's just.

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"political caucus" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"political caucus" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"The about toasters and coffee makers retailers are counting on a lift from a better economy but there are also looking for ways to pick up sales from popular giants such as amazoncom sexual impropriety has flooded congress now more women are accusing democrat senator al franken of sexual misconduct the latest victim share their experience with huffington post anonymously the huffington post reports to meal women have come forward with stories of franken touching their butts without their consent in two thousand and seven in two thousand eight during his first campaign for the senate one of the alleged incidents took place during a photo op at an event with the minnesota women's political caucus the second allegedly took place during a democratic fundraiser in minneapolis where the woman claims franken suggested the visit the bathroom together both of the women who spoke to the website or named but their stories are very similar to the experience another woman went public with earlier this week free can told the huffington post he doesn't remember either event in denies he suggested anyone should join him in the bathroom hoxha's garrett ten ate a published report says texas congressman joe barton told the woman to whom he had sent sexually explicit photos that he would report her to us capitol police for exposing his behavior the washington post said a recording captures the texas republican warning her against using the materials in a way that would hurt his political career barton said a transcript of the recording made the evidence of of potential crime against him fox news fair and balanced.

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"political caucus" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"political caucus" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"A great job he did yeah uh not so much not so much apparently according to the according to cnn brazil is is basically undercutting all of the all of the dnc is ability to raise money so weldon donna brazile a big round of applause for her we appreciate your your work on behalf of the trump administration's a good job donna brazile meanwhile in other breaking news i mention two more women have accused al franken of groping apparently he was groping them while at last search choir yeah really first woman a 38yearold book at her told huffington post her interaction with frank and came after she had performed with a feminist choir at the women's political caucus on june twenty fifty thousand seven a feminist choir towns just great she said my story is eerily similar to lindsey men's historisches lady who said that at an event in 2010 franken grabbed arrear showed that he grabbed my buttocks during the photo op franken was at the event with abc it woman said after the ceremony ended members of the choir asked to take photos of franken and the woman continued ah that down his hand wet there's second woman who said that shia she told a bunch of people about the incident years ago she said that she never attended a democratic fundraiser before she went to democratic fundraiser and she got more than she bargain for she said i shook his hand he put his arm round my waist and held there then he moved lower and kuchma but when second woman said she tried to excuse herself to go to the bathroom the franken allegedly suggested that he go with her which is never a good move instead she grabbed a friend and ran to the bathroom a franken said that he i he categorically denies that he did not proposition anyone to joint mahathir as i did not proposition anyone to join me in any bathroom uh boy here's the second woman said if reagan's gotta be toast at this point you think i mean like hellish longer can can he stand here how much longer democrats you this the second homes at i feel i felt like i didn't have a.

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"political caucus" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"political caucus" Discussed on WJR 760

"A great job she did yeah not smut josh not so much apparently according to the according to cnn brazil is is basically undercutting all of the all of the dnc is ability to raise money so weld on donna brazile a big round of applause for her and we appreciate your your work on behalf of the trump administration's are good job donna brazile meanwhile in other breaking news i mentioned to more women have now accused al franken of groping them apparently he was groping them at length church choir yeah really the first woman a 38yearold book editor told huffington post her interaction with franken came after she had performed with a feminist choir at the women's political caucus on june twenty th of two thousand seven a feminist choir towns just great she said my story is eerily similar to lindsey men's historisches lady who said that at an event in 2010 franken grabbed arrear showed that he grabbed my buttocks during a photo op franken was of the event with his wife love it the woman said after the ceremony ended members of the choir ask to take photos of franken and woman continued that down his hand went there's second woman who said that she she told a bunch of people about the incident years ago she said that she never attended a democratic fundraiser before she went to democratic fundraiser and she got more than she bargained for she said i shook his hand he put his arm round my waist and held a there then he moved lower and kuchma but when second woman said she tried to excuse herself to go to the bathroom but franken allegedly suggested that he go with her which is never a good move instead she grabbed a friend and ran to the bathroom a franken said that he i he categorically denies that he did not proposition anyone to joint mahathir he says i did not proposition anyone to join me in any bathroom uh boy here's of the second woman said and franken's gotta be toast at this point you think i mean like how much longer can can he stand here how much longer can the democrats do this the second one said i feel i felt like i didn't have a voice this man had all of.

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"political caucus" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"political caucus" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Of the problem is donna brazile you remember donna brazile has been making the rounds talking about what a great job she did yeah not so much not so much apparently according to the according to cnn brazil is is basically undercutting all of the aisle of the dnc is ability to raise money so weldon donna brazile of big round of applause for her we appreciate your your work on behalf of the trump administration's a good job donna brazile meanwhile in other breaking news i mentioned to more women have now accused al franken of robbing them apparently he was dropping them at like church choir yeah really first woman a 38yearold book editor told huffington post her interaction with franken came after she had performed with a feminist choir at the women's political caucus on june twenty fifty thousand seven a feminist choir chance just great she said my stories eerily similar lindsey men's historisches lady who said that at an event in 2010 franken grabbed arrear showed said he grabbed my buttocks during the photo op for franken was that the event with his wife love it foreman said after the ceremony ended members of the choir ask to take photos of franken and woman continued that down his hand went there's second woman who said that she she told a bunch of people about the incident years ago she said that she never attended a democratic fundraiser before she wants a democratic fundraiser and she got more than she bargained for she said i shook his hand he put his arm round my waist and held there then he moved lower and kuchma but when second woman said she tried to excuse herself to go to the bathroom that franken allegedly suggested that he go with her which is never a good move instead she grabbed a friend and ran to the bathroom a franken said that he he categorically denies that he did not proposition anyone to join me latham he says i did not proposition anyone to join me in any bathroom uh boy here's of the second woman said franken's gotta be toast at this point you think i mean like how much longer can can he stand here how much longer can the democrats do this the second ones that i feel i felt like i didn't have a voice this men had all of.

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"political caucus" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"political caucus" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"He was groping them at like church choir yeah really the first woman a 38yearold book editor told huffington post her interaction with franken came after she had performed with a feminist choir at the women's political caucus on june twenty fifty thousand seven a feminist choir sounds just great she said my story is eerily similar to lindsey men's historisches lady who said that at an event in 2010 franken grabbed arrear she said he grabbed my buttocks during a photo op franken was that the event with his wife love it the woman said after the ceremony ended members of the choir asked to take photos of franken and the woman continued that down his hand went there's second woman who said that she she told a bunch of people about the incident years ago she said that she never attended a democratic fundraiser before she went to democratic fundraiser and she got more than she bargained for she said i shook his hand you put his arm round my waist and held a there then he moved lower and cup my but the second woman said she tried to excuse herself to go to the bathroom that franken allegedly suggested that he go with her which is never a good move instead she grabbed a friend and ran to the bathroom a franken said that he he categorically denies that he did not proposition anyone to join with adam he says i did not proposition anyone to join me in any bathroom uh boy here's of the second woman said franken's got to be toast us at this point you think i mean like how much longer can can he stand here how much longer can the democrats do this the second ones that i feel i felt like i didn't have a voice this man had all of the power all the authority in addition he is a white man and i am a woman of color as twenty one years old all boy so franken goes after her the entire left is going to implode because sexist racist she says i was afraid that he would use all of.

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"political caucus" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"political caucus" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Who was gay it couldn't believe that there that somebody had actually been arrested for homosexual conduct in their home so that night this clerk and his partner go to a bar and they start talking to the bartender i believe it was a friday night this is lane lewis he was the bartender it's what i was doing i was a bartender in 1998 so these two guys come in and they tell lane you're not going to believe what happened said a couple of guys were arrested and charged with us sodomy 10lane was like a uh you just kim believed that such a thing happened it's such an unusual karadzic but they were like no no it really happened and flynn said send me the report monday morning bright narrowly i could hear my fax machine go off and they're not pull it off officers observed the defendant engaged in deviant sexual conduct and a world sex and then that's when it hit me oh i mean it was so cleared night and day to me i immediately knew what i had in my hand late was he cares so much about this well so when he wasn't being a bartender lane was a community organizer chick clear on lgbt issues i was president of the galas lisbon political caucus sets one of the oldest lgbt civil rights groups in the south you've been waiting for this moment how long have you been looking for a case seven eight years seven or eight years because just two laid out explicitly wet why did you need is i needed a test case you can't change a law like that if you don't have a case people in the texas legislature had been trying to remove this law from the bucks for years according to jail carpenter but every time someone would introduce a proposal to repeal the law it would snickers and catcalls and the state legislature to just wasn't really going anywhere so activists had decided the only way to get this done is to bypass the legislature and go straight to the courts so i need a case i had to have a i had someone guilty so starts trying to track them down at this point that you guys had been released from jail and he eventually gets thrown on the phone conversation basically went like this high my name is lane lewis i'm a.

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"political caucus" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"political caucus" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Also felt as i have said often that women can't win if women don't run i'm proud that my election marked the first time in a quarter of a century the massachusetts center woman to congress since that door cracked open commonwealth has elected another female member of congress are first female us senator and in my district fifty percent of our state legislators are now women paving the way for even more women from our state to serve and political office bringing their voices to all values all the value of the country then there's about seventy five paragraphs in and out at the bottom she says i've learnt in life that there is time for endings and for new beginnings after much thought i decided that this is one of those times the time feels right most especially because of my desire to spend more time enjoying and celebrating my wonderful and growing family i look forward to finishing out my term and over the next year and a half will dedicate each day to improving the quality saudi of the lives of my fellow residents and the lives of countless people liked them across our commonwealth nation were there you go i mean it yeah that is a um very soon be sick i guess explanation of what's going on you know it is interesting jacqueline um it didn't get a lot of play but she is absolutely right when it comes to women in the legislature at least in the state legislature also you know certainly there's been gains nationwide that masschusetts strangely enough in this in this last most reese a election in 2016 meet some huge steps forward when it came to women in the legislature and actually came up remember when we were on that panel here at the boston herald joe chaaka and the women's political caucus had came up that is that they made some great strides there and certainly that was something that was a focus of nicky songas as you know her husband served in that seat in and he was a strong leader there until till he came down with cancer than he ended up making a run for president as well and so his name was very strong in that in that constituency and and.

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