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"representative ed pearl" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"representative ed pearl" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Now on Colorado's morning news. Democrats flipping the script on the mother report after its release yesterday, the special counsel found no collusion on part of the 2016 Trump campaign. However didn't rule out obstruction of Justice against the president California Democratic congressman Adam Schiff special counsel as he made clear at found evidence. Exonerating the president he would said, so he did not he left that issue to the congress of the United States. And we will need to consider it. But President Trump's attorney j secular says that's just not the case for every fact that they say, well, he did this. They also say well, but he also did this could have been that. So that tells you very clearly there was no structure in case to be made. So when people said that they did not decide the obstruction case shortly did because if there was a you either decline or you recommend and they declined here next week. Select members of congress will be able to see less redacted version of the report just released yesterday congressional delegation in DC is weighing in on the report this morning KOA. Newsradio Connor shreve is live with their reaction. Their reactions are pretty much along party lines as you'd expect Republican Ken buck tweeting against Democrats saying that despite Muller's findings nothing will stop them from basely attacking the president. He says the report is clear there was no collusion. No, obstruction of Justice. Criticizing Democrats for spending two years misleading. The American people. Well, boulder democrat Jona goose. Says more needs to appear in person. So that the American people can better understand his explanation. He says the House Judiciary committee needs to hear from all. Our in person is backing the Democrats requests for that to happen. Reporting. Live Connor shreve KOA NewsRadio. We will talk to both sides this morning democrat Representative Ed Pearl. Moderate six fifty Ken buck who you mentioned Connor will be on at seven ten this morning. The Colorado house approved a Bill to update the clean indoor Air Act to cover e cigs. The Bill says he cigarettes should be outlawed in public places. Were cigarettes are already banned RJ hours with the American Cancer society's action network says the vapor from e cigarettes is not harmless number carcinogens and even heavy metals which is slightly different than traditional cigarettes due to the device and the way the product is heated a survey done two years ago shows that nearly twenty seven percent of high school students in Colorado said they were regular e cigarette users man from centennial charged with causing. The deadly crash that killed state trooper Daniel groves last month. Fifty eight year old John carpenter of Santana will face two charges, including careless driving causing death, corporal groves died during the March blizzard while assisting motorist on I seventy six near Rockin. Cathy Walker KOA NewsRadio old accounting looking for tips. And a case from nineteen Ninety-three a man's body was discovered near Gregory canyon. But he's never been identified. The man was white twenty five to forty five years of age between five three and five foot eight and height. He had to shoulder. Links dark blonde hair. You can see a picture of facial reconstruction done by police on our website KOA, NewsRadio dot com. The Denver ballot for the upcoming election weighs about an ounce when you mail it back not too heavy. So why does the return on Vullo require seventy cents postage all Dillard with Denver election says they liked the building a little cushion a voter returns anything in addition to the ballot. Whether instructions they don't take out the sheet with the I voted sticker or anything like that. It would actually put it over. He says it happens a lot. There is a way though to avoid any postage. We have twenty eight twenty four hour ballot boxes located throughout the city and county of Denver and no postage is required. If you use one of those rebel KOA, NewsRadio science swimming, goggles may help astronauts on long flights into space zero-gravity can hurt astronauts vision even for years after they returned to earth Myers MRI scans show. It may be due to pressure changes in the brain and spinal fluid. Researchers in Houston have found that wearing swimming goggles may help the astronauts maintain a healthy pressure in their eyes and perhaps even save their vision. They're looking to conducting spirits astronauts in orbit to determine if the right science, I do too. I'm glad there's people so much smarter than us doing it. Someone's had goggles the compression. Maybe it works Medved brings us that. Look at news coming up go from the legal to the political in Washington after the.

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"representative ed pearl" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"representative ed pearl" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"How the weather's impacting your drive in the rush hour. KOA? Newsradio Connor shreve is out there in with you and joins us live Connor. Yeah. And it's been better than I expected, April, especially on that drive from the tech center out towards little visibility a little bit better than I expected and the roads are slick at all on that stretch either. So I think the FOX bark a little bit worse than the bite right now. Now, some police departments are saying if you get into an area where that five gets really thick just slow down and leave a little bit of extra room. The one thing I will say is I've already seen a couple of snowflakes here travelling west along Bellevue into little ten. So maybe that storm flirting with us a little bit earlier than expected. Reporting live, Connor schrief, KOA NewsRadio. Of course, you can keep it here. Traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the ten President Trump touting his plan border wall during last night's state of the union speech, and he promised to get the wall built despite congressional squabbling over funding in the past most of the people in this room voted for a wall, but the proper wall never got built. I will get it built the battle over whether the fund the border wall lead to. The recent government shutdown. The president did stop short of saying he would declare a national emergency to get it done last night. The president also touted economic successes since he was elected one hundred and fifty seven million people at work. During his speech. He also called for unity in congress and an end to the partisan politics on Capitol Hill, by the way, we're hearing that lawmakers hope to reach a deal by the end of this week to avert another government shutdown last night's democratic response to the president's speech came from one time, Georgia gubernatorial candidates Stacey Abrams. She criticized the president's immigration policies and blamed him for the recent government shutdown, but she also called for unity, and this time division and crisis. We must come together and stand for and with one another on congressional delegation from Colorado is also weighing in like democrat Representative Ed Pearl mutter he joined earlier and says there are parts of the speech. He can agree with IBM for structure piece for sure, you know, we we need a lot of work on our roads and our bridges and our bike ways and our electrical grid at water. And I know that's a place where there's common ground. What were the highlights of the night for you? You can weigh in right now on our KOA NewsRadio Facebook page, former governor Hickenlooper taking his presidential campaign. Exploration to South Carolina. A little later today. That's another early primary state to add to the list of states. He's visited since leaving office. You can will speak to the South Carolina hospital association's annual meeting. He's touting his record saying he'd led the nation's governors it opposing President Trump's efforts to repeal the Affordable Healthcare Act, his giddy up pack also claims the Hickenlooper has brought insurance coverage to ninety four percent of Colorado's and help reduce wait times for Medicaid eligibility for forty five days to forty five minutes. Jerry, bell, KOA NewsRadio. Hickenlooper has yet to make his bid for the White House official eastern Virginia medical school launching its own investigation. After a controversial photo events in its nineteen Eighty-four yearbook surface have no idea what the origin of the how that picture got to the internet or whatever blog or or website. It was that was posted on the web school. President Richard home and says offensive and racist photos have been found in multiple old yearbooks sources close to the governor. Ralph Northam says he will continue to try to wait out the firestorm surrounding a racist photo on. His page in the yearbook. When your mom told you to eat your veggies. She was onto something now word that eating fruits and vegetables can be just as good as for your mind is they are for your body. Researchers from the university of Leeds and the university of York say that eating just one extra portion of fruits and vegetables a day could have a positive effect on mental wellbeing. The benefit was compared to getting eight extra days of walking a month. The goal of the study is to encourage a good balance of both physical and mental health work Mayfield NBC News Radio and finally Taylor. Swift's accused stalker heading to jail after breaking into a home.

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"representative ed pearl" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"representative ed pearl" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Right now, twenty degrees downtown it's Colorado's morning news. The president calling for unity on Capitol Hill. Millions of our fellow citizens are watching us now gathered in this great chamber hoping that we will govern not as two parties. But as one nation. That from his state of the union address last night. He also asked congress to choose greatness over partisan politics. Trump also focused on healthcare and called on lawmakers to help his efforts to reduce the cost of prescription drugs for Americans already as a result of my administration's efforts in two thousand eighteen drug prices experienced their single largest decline in forty six years. The president also talked about what he believes crisis along the southern border. Now is the time for congress to show the world that America is committed to ending illegal immigration and putting the ruthless coyotes cartels drug dealers and human traffickers out of business. He made the point that, quote, we must be United at home to defeat our adversaries abroad. Former Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams gave the democratic response. It's a rare move by the party with the pick of somebody not currently in elected office ABC Steve Roberts says the choice was a message for the party Democrats in the last in the fall election got seventy six percent of non white votes. But ninety percent of the African American votes and ninety two percent of the African women. So this was very carefully done to rally. The core democratic base and highlight issues like racism like voter suppression. Colorado's can. Delegation. Also, weighing in KOA NewsRadio. Joining us live with the reaction and those details a lot of Democrats criticizing the president's comments on the border wall. Specifically Colorado's Jona goose among them saying that the president is guilty of politicizing the military others finding some areas of unity democrat Representative Ed Pearl mutter is among them calling infrastructure, healthcare, prices and workforce development all areas. The president talked about where the two sides can work together. Republican Senator Cory Gardner, also applauded the president for highlighting a booming economy in crediting the tax cuts for that. Reporting live, Connor schrief KOA, NewsRadio one person is dead. After a collision between a pedestrian in a line train. Police say it happened at Smith and Quebec overnight RTD head to put passengers on buses the area. Now open following the investigation.

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"representative ed pearl" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"representative ed pearl" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Or resistance vision or vengeance. Incredible progress or pointless destruction President Trump calling for political unity in last night's state of the union address before a joint session of congress at the same time. He also. Addressed the need for funding his border wall, which is something that led to the recent government shutdown. This is a moral issue. The lawless state of our southern border is a threat to the safety security and financial well being of all America, the president vowed to get a massive border wall built saying walls, work and wall. Save lives. The president also discussed his plans to defeat HIV. My budget will ask Democrats and Republicans to make the needed commitment to eliminate the HIV epidemic in the United States within ten years. The president also talked about fighting cancer in children, the president announced a second summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong UN as well. That's expected later this month in Vietnam. One time gubernatorial hopeful in Georgia Stacey Abrams gave the democratic response. Now, despite goodwill town too much of the speech. Minnesota democrat Senator Amy klobuchar says it. It lacked specifics. So that's what really bothered me is that he had some beautiful rhetoric in there, and he honored some wonderful people. But he wasn't moving us forward and rising to the challenges of the day. She went on to say, she doesn't believe that the president rose to the occasion. So what did our lawmakers think? KOA? Newsradio Connor shreve is live with the breakdown of their reaction. Connor. Well, no surprise that. One of the more. Controversial topics included the wall and centered around border security, Republican Doug Lambourn says Democrats should stop playing politics with the facts when it comes to border walls, improving security, Senator Cory Gardner applauded. The president for highlighting a booming economy and crediting the tax cuts, but says more needs to be done while communities along the front range have experienced economic growth over the past few years, many rural communities still feel left behind democratic Representative Ed Pearl mutter called infrastructure, healthcare, prices and workforce development areas where the two sides can work together Jona goose agreed. But criticized the president for his border wall comments. And said, he's politicizing the military. Reporting live, Connor schrief KOA NewsRadio along the front range..

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"representative ed pearl" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"representative ed pearl" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Weather service, forecaster Chad Gimmestad, get an inch snow a few spots might get two inches. So but again and time time just right for everybody's drive. Probably and depending on conditions that could leave some slick spots on roads Gimmestad says people should just give drivers a little extra space this morning. Watch for possible ice on bridges and overpasses on Capitol Hill. There's a pair of votes set for today aimed at ending the partial government shutdown. The Senate will take up two bills one which includes border wall funding, the other a short-term spending plan majority leader Mitch McConnell says the ongoing stalemate stalemate is ridiculous deal respect from our friends across the aisle. But honestly, Madam President this is getting downright. Neither Bill is expected to pass a high profile Colorado Republican Senator set to break ranks, the GOP to get the government back up and running at full power. In fact, if you're listening in the last ten minutes, you heard him live KOA, NewsRadio is Connor shreve has more on that story. That's Cory Gardner. He says a vote on a Bill to fund the government that doesn't necessarily include any money for a border wall. That's obviously a break for many of his Republican colleagues. But he says that's not a matter of going against them will be voting for the president's proposal today. It reopens the government provides five point seven billion dollars in border security, and I hope it's the only vote we today because it would reopen the government if that fails then there will be another vote that has. The president's two thousand eighteen border security request in it through the continuing resolution. I'll support that he says his stance is nothing new and that he's opposed every government shutdown reporting live, Connor shreve. KOA NewsRadio thirty house. Democrats have sent a letter to speaker Nancy Pelosi to give the president of vote on border wall funding, if he reopens the government one of those lawmakers is Colorado a Representative Ed Pearl mutter. We have calls into his office hope to chat with him this morning next week state of the union address is on ice for now because of the ongoing government shutdown house speaker Nancy Pelosi pulled the invite to the president yesterday. He says Democrats are afraid of his message of the union speech has been cancelled by Nancy Pelosi because she doesn't want to hear the truth. The president had been looking at turn it gives to the house chamber for the annual speech. He now says it will take place once the shutdown is over we'll chat live with democrat Representative Jason Crowe live from DC at seven ten the union that represents Denver. Teachers say it's unlikely they'll be walking picket lines on Monday the had. Denver public schools formally requested state intervention yesterday after the teachers voted to strike this week the Denver classroom. Teachers association now has up to ten days to respond to that request. However will do so quickly, and if labor officials intervene, they could delay the strike for months, some of the furloughed government employees are interviewing for substitute jobs with DP PS one of them. Kaley reiger? She says she has to have income interest. At this point. Uncertainty of what happens when the savings runs out. The district has a couple of job fairs set for this week today and tomorrow governor poll takes aim at the high cost of healthcare in Colorado. He's creating the office of saving you money.

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"representative ed pearl" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

16:47 min | 2 years ago

"representative ed pearl" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Insists he's not after any leadership positions. And I'm doing what I think is right for the party in the country. The congressman tells me he's not worried about any negative impacts for he's district or being alienated in congress. If Nancy Pelosi is reelected speaker. And our own merry Marcos for the Boston Herald covered the molten. Townhall yesterday. And it's interesting. Read some of her story. Democratic political activists protested outside south Molton amesbury townhall meeting last night over his campaign to keep democratic leader Nancy Pelosi from becoming house speaker again, quote, this is a betrayal of our trust and quote said co organizer bam. This is I'm not making this up said co organizer Bambi snodgrass Bambi snodgrass of tops field, Massachusetts. I'm ready. I'm not even making a joke. Who said she had campaign for him before quote? The least he can do is put aside his petty self surfing desires in additions and work with the most qualified person to serve as speaker of the house. That's more from Bambi snodgrass, Kristin you believe that's a real name. BNB snodgrass outrageous and a half to believe it. But I don't know. It sounds like it sounds like a possible like somebody from Marblehead or it sounds like tops field. Like, you know, that part of the state, you know, you might have, you know, the old Brahmin Boston Brahmin culture, the smog grasses of I don't like the name though. I think I seriously considered renaming myself or getting a name which one Bambi or the snodgrass. That's too much. The name. But I would never name my kid Bambi. I dunno. I like it. It's very distinctive. Making fun of it. Yes. But I I praise Mary Marcos for getting a hold of Bambi snodgrass for quoting her right in the second paragraph. Let me read a little bit more of this story. Moulton de Salem. And Stephen Lynch diesel Boston were among sixteen Democrats who sought to open nominations for house speaker Walton spokesman Matt cordani said, quote, he enjoys having challenges to his beliefs, and he hopes to never be in a room full of people in agreement with him. He he answered questions head on. And they were less the protesters were less than half the audience. So the pro there were protesters, but not everybody there was protesting molten. Cordani estimated up to one hundred fifty people attended the town hall, which he said was protested by about thirty people from the group calling itself quote, concerned democratic constituents in Massachusetts six congressional district. What a horrible name for a group concerned democratic constituents in Massachusetts six congressional district. That would be the CDC CD. That's the name of the group oppressed easy to remember. Various CDC. Six MC CDC. No, CD C M six CD. So there you go the the well-known group there a press release from the group cited Pelosi's legislative track record in her support from unions and other democratic leaning activist groups, quote, it really breaks my heart to see him go down the path to see him go down this path because I thought he had potential to be a progressive leader co organizer Eissa Lesko of Salem said what's clear is he is willing to try to court Trump voters as a way of increasing his state level or national profile in sacrificing. What's good for the Democrats Democratic Party in what's good for the country to pursue this agenda to go for higher office? That's pretty strong stuff there from from. Lesko? He's willing to try and court Trump voters. I don't see how he's courting Trump voters. Really? He's courting Democrats who are opposed to Pelosi. I don't think they're actually Trump voters, but you know, Walton is an ambitious guy. And I think that he's become somewhat of a lightning rod on this because of his ambition. He's thinking about possibly running for Senate in the future. So he may not be the best guy at this point to lead the charge on this wasn't the other name like, Marcia fudge, Marcia fudge, is is. Yeah. Yeah. Mentioned her. But what's to say that the people that back Pelosi will would be willing to vote for Marcia fudge? Well, they would they wouldn't you suddenly the two hundred and eighteen votes. Yeah. She would. So the Nancy Pelosi backers that are like in her class. Yeah. There's no guarantee that they were that fudge would win. Okay. So. Stand in replacement then they would go to a broader group of people. Maybe more veteran people and try to come up with a compromise candidate. That's what they would have to do or as one of the Texas that maybe have to use Republican voters or use your top Republicans are not going to help them elected more moderate. Leader. I don't think they like having Pelosi in there to me. It's very interesting that the Democrats went back the house by such a wide margin. And this is what they're hung up on. They just can't Democrats. They just take speaker. The the Senate Schumer they they picked him right again for minority leader with no controversy. They didn't win back the Senate and they picked him just fine, right? Pelosi gets the house back and she's got to fight on her hands. Right. Well, this thing has been brewing for a while. So. That's why I think it's been kind of bubbling up, and the fact that there is such a razor thin margin that she operates on just needing eighteen or so votes that if eighteen people turn against her that could loser the house speaker ship, that's that's a very thin margin. Reading more from Mary Marcos's story, although Sharon, Jordan, chairwoman of the lunenberg democratic town committee is not what Morton's constituents she traveled to the town hall a bit last night because she feels malted is quote, the train the Democratic Party, quote, we value progressive Democrats, it I think they want across the country in large part because of Nancy Pelosi, which is absurd. They did not win because of Nancy Pelosi. I think she has earned the right to a leadership position. I'm angry that white men. What to take it away from her? A also thanked she's the only qualified can't the only qualified candidate. Please seriously in the entire house. Nancy Pelosi is the only qualified candidate to be speaker of the house. That's seems to be going too far. But I think it's interesting. They had this hashtag that Pelosi. Supporters are using hashtag five white guys. Even though it's not just white guys that are. Opposing pelosi. There are some women in there. And a number of women who are elected this time around newly elected members were elected saying that they would oppose Pelosi. So you would -ssume that voters want what did keep their word and to keep a oppose Pelosi? When time comes through vote. Kimberly Atkins also weighed in on this. In the herald yesterday, and she had a different take on this on this letter that came out. Which I don't agree with? But let's just read it. South Molton much-anticipated letter signed by fellow democratic opponents of Nancy Pelosi's bid for house speaker turned out to be more of a warning shot than a fatal hit. Sixteen current and incoming members, including molten fellow bay state rep, Stephen I'm sorry, I've been sick my voices shot committed to voting for her new leadership in the house speaker's race while the letter represents an obstacle to Pelosi's candidacy, it is by no means a death knell last week Pelosi opponents claim to be at least twenty to thirty strong, which means the insurgency against her is at best losing steep. The signature of Representative, Marcia fudge, who is said to be Molly challenged to Pelosi was conspicuously absent on this letter. This could signal what if two things that fudge felt her signature was unnecessary given her potential candidacy or that she is leaving room to cut her own deal with Pelosi in the weeks leading up to January four vote. Moreover, I don't think that's going to happen. Moreover, two of the letters signers are still in racist that have yet to be called Ben mcadams who is challenging Utah Republican incumbent meal love has fallen behind in the vote count of that race in Anthony Brin Dini's challenge to GIO rep. Claudia attorney in New York is still too close to call. Another signer Representative Ed Pearl muter of Colorado told reporters earlier this month. He may not be a firm nobody on Pelosi yet. He signed the letter also, according to several democratic house aides number of Pelosi opponents who are not signatories to the letter still played a role in drafting its language which stopped short of promising to vote against Pelosi in vows instead to quote seek new leadership that allows for wiggle room for some opponents to vote present or skip the vote and thus keeping their promise to constituents. Not to support Pelosi clearing the way for her to take the gavel. Anyway, it also leaves Pelosi room to cut deals to quell her critics. Reclaim the houses top spot. It's by no means the Pelosi political obituary that molten had planned insurrection has sputtered. It could have made him a powerbroker in a force to be reckoned with what is future. Now holds remains to be seen. That's pretty tough from Kimberly Atkins there reflects I think some of the conventional wisdom in Washington, which is signing with Pelosi on this. I heard I saw this a lot of the talk shows and everything on Sunday that. This Pelosi rebellious is going nowhere. She's going to be the next house speaker. But I wonder about that I think conventional wisdom often is wrong in something like this. We'll see how the graphic today. Something about sixty people that signed that letter, and she can only lose fifteen votes as as it is. Right. So they gain. Yeah. I know which that's why I don't understand why this is sputtering. They still a to the people. Who didn't sign? The letter are still say if you call their offices are still saying they oppose Pelosi. So they just didn't sign the letter, but they still oppose Pelosi. I'm not sure what their reasons were for not signing the letter they may want to go go about it their own way. But that doesn't mean Pelosi has convinced them or wasn't them over. So she can't really afford to lose any more people. I don't see how this rebellion has sputtered or failed yet. I think it's very much alive. Nancy Pelosi as house speaker is very much endanger six one seven eight six five six three three as our text line. Six one seven two eight six five six three three seven eight one says who would be speaker if not her Dem's are going to screw up winning the house. Well, that's a good question. Because as we mentioned before represented, Marcia fudge did not sign that letter that was put out yesterday opposing Pelosi is she is basically said she's undecided. Whether she wants to be speaker, even or not so, but you'd be surprised how many people come out of the woodwork. If Pelosi looks weakened in the looks like she is going down. All of a sudden, you're going to see a vicious people popping up all over the place because this is Washington and Speen house speaker is the most what are the most powerful physicians in our government, one of the top three in our government. So trust me, they'll be plenty of candidates out there for house speaker. If it looks like Nancy Pelosi can't get enough votes. So there's some people there now who maybe there are people who are supporting Pelosi now who had all of a sudden turn and say, yeah, you know. Speaker thing I may be interested in that. So keep me in all of a sudden, they actively start can't campaigning for that position. Really? Joe people in Washington face like that power. Yes, fries enough. There'd be no shortage of candidates for house speaker. Trust me, if Pelosi can't get the votes five await says. Apparently, the speaker of house doesn't have to be an elected rep. They could choose anyone. I didn't know that Michael Graham, do something apparently. Yeah. Anybody can be speaker of the house doesn't actually have be a rep. And apparently the name out there by some Democrats work. Work that he could beat the speaker of the house. I did not know that is that in the constitution. I just remember Michael grandma doing anything on it and sap was talking about the other day. The the doesn't actually have to be a Representative of an elected official title is speaker of the house the speaker of the house, but you don't expect to be a rep in the house. Apparently, I think that would be highly unusual. It would be deputy outside of the box. You would think if they went that route like I said, they'll be there's enough people in the house that are interested in being coming house speaker. The question is will they have enough support? You know, if Pelosi it turns out Pelosi is not the person. But I think it's interesting that that Walton's taking all his flack. Three three nights says if Dem's don't pick Pelosi a new speaker tries to impeach Trump. That would be the death of Dem's. I don't think the new speaker is going to be somebody who's going to be pushing for peach mint. I think. You know, it's possible that they could. But that would be more along the lines of a real progressive. And I think I think they I think in some ways, you know, they do need to elect to progressive if it's not Pelosi, but she's plenty progressive enough. And she's talked about impeachment, certainly she's not pushing impeachment. But. If something turns up in that Muller report. I'm sure she would. Three three nine. I'm surprised. No one else has announced they want speakership hard to vote against Pelosi with no other options. The key the key in that text is no one else has announced they what the speakership because that would be stupid to announce it when Pelosi is still very much alive. It would need you would need to some evidence that she is that her speakership has gone before the vultures start coming out..

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"representative ed pearl" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"representative ed pearl" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"He cares about you kids. She does she's from California. She's doing everything she can now to make sure she's reelected in January tourist spot as house speaker. Now reasons Nancy Pelosi could give because she's led the democratic caucus for sixteen years and under her the house did shift, and in fact, it was speaker Pelosi. That was under President George W Bush and Barack Obama no reasons he actually gave. Well, she's a woman and really what more do you need to say really during an interview on CBS Sunday Pelosi said, you can't have the four leaders of congress and the president of the United States these five people and not have the voice of a woman. Why not? I mean, I thought women were no different over. They are I forgot especially she went on to say when women are the majority of the voters the workers in the campaigns. Now this glorious victory. Thank you comrade. It's the pink wave. They're calling that now the pink wave a rise in women politicians, supposedly reaction to Donald Trump. Now, here's the general argument has described by politico, quote, push her out and men may take over the party at a time. When more than one hundred women are heading to Capitol Hill and after female voters have been thoroughly alienated by President Donald Trump embrace her and she'll prioritize legislation empowering women on issues ranging from equal pay to anti harassment legislation. Now, of course, she has reason to use identity politics instead of merit. Because there's an effort to to unseat her because a lot of Democrats don't like the things that she's claiming our victories at least nine representatives of come forward. And said that Pelosi will be out file moonville Vella said I'm one hundred percent confident we can forge new leadership and this led by Representative Ed Pearl mutter from Colorado. These are the representatives have openly called for Pelosi's outing Bill foster Seth Moulton from Illinois, the democrat from Massachusetts woman. She's a sell out tour gender, Kathleen rice, Tim Ryan from Ohio, Kurt trader from Oregon, Connor lamb from Pennsylvania. And also from Texas campaign staff for incoming representatives of Abigail span burger from Virginia Jason Crowe from Colorado. Have also said they're not going to be voting for Pelosi. If they have a single ounce of dignity left. They won't. And it won't be because she's a woman. It's Wednesday November fourteenth. You're listening to the Glenn Beck program. So my staff of millennials.

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"representative ed pearl" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

14:59 min | 2 years ago

"representative ed pearl" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Courage. Glenn beck. Nancy pelosi. Nancy pelosi. She cares about you kids. She does she's from California. She's doing everything she cannot make sure she's reelected in January tour. Spot has house speaker. Now reasons Nancy Pelosi could give because she's led the democratic caucus for sixteen years and under her, you know, the house did shift hands. In fact, it was speaker Pelosi that was under President, George W Bush and Barack Obama no reasons he actually gave. Well, she's a woman and really what more do you need to say really during an interview on CBS Sunday Pelosi said, you can't have the four leaders of congress and the president of the United States these five people and not have the voice of a woman. Why not? I mean, I thought women were no different over all. They are. I forgot especially she went on to say when women are the majority of the voters the workers in the campaigns. And now this glorious victory. Thank you comrade. It's the pink wave. They're calling that now the pink wave a rise in women politicians supposedly in reaction to Donald Trump. Now, here's the general argument has described by politico, quote, push her out and men may take over the party at a time. When more than one hundred women are heading to Capitol Hill and after female voters have been thoroughly alienated by President Donald Trump embrace her and she'll prioritize legislation empowering women on issues ranging from equal pay to anti harassment legislation. Now, of course, she has reason to use identity politics instead of merit. You know, because there's an effort to to unseat her because a lot of Democrats don't like the things that she's claiming our victories at least nine representatives have come forward and said that Pelosi we'll be out filming velvet-velvet said I'm one hundred percent confident we can forge new leadership and this led by Representative Ed Pearl mutter from Colorado. These are the representatives have openly called for Pelosi's outing Bill foster Seth Moulton from Illinois the democrat from Massachusetts woman while she's a sell out tour gender. Kathleen rice, Tim Ryan from Ohio, Kurt trader from Oregon, Connor lamb from Pennsylvania and also from Texas campaign staff for incoming representatives of Abigail span burger from Virginia Jason Crowe from Colorado. Have also said they're not going to be voting for Pelosi. If they have a single ounce of dignity left. They won't. And it won't be because she's a woman. It's Wednesday November fourteenth. You're listening to the Glenn Beck program. So my staff of millennials are talking about adulting. I don't even know what adulting is and a quarter life crisis is quarter life crisis. Well, we're about to find out a JP poke Luda is a is a an author of a book called welcome to adulting. And it is it is taking millennials by storm. Welcome JP. How are you? Doing so great. Thanks for having me on Glenn cliche to you bet. Okay. So so JP adulting. What exactly is adult thing? Well, it is the practice of behaving in a way characteristic of a responsible adult, especially the accomplishment of a mundane. But necessary task if that sounds like I read that from the dictionary. It's because I did it's a it's a new word. We just put that in the dictionary last year. And so it is official. So this is something that we used to just do naturally when you were eighteen you were at least in my house, how you're kind of expected to go out and earn your own way. And you know, you're an adult now get out. And now we now what what why the breakdown of this thing that has always been natural. Well, I don't know that it's always been natural. I mean, I think I think hindsight is always twenty twenty when we look back on our own development, and how we've grown up, and I know what they're saying about millennials and young adults today the delayed adolescence, they're lazy narcissist. And I don't think entirely true at all. Yeah. Entitled and all of those things. And and I appreciate you know, it sounds like we may have a shared perspective on that. Because I, you know, I it seems like we've all we all need help growing up and exist in different times and whatnot. And I when I look at the future. I'm I'm hopeful. I I think these guys they need leaders they need people to inspire them. But I think they're they they wanna do something great. They want to change the world. They want to do something bigger than themselves. And I hope this is a resource that helps them do that. Okay. So this is part of the this is part of the problem. I think with suicides that are rising in millennials. And it is. That people just aren't convinced that they can make a difference. That their life has. No. Meaning that there is no purpose to anything. And is this what the quarter life crisis is about? I think that's absolutely right Glenn. I think people are looking for purpose. I think they're looking in the wrong places. I think they have a thousand friends on social media, you know, a thousand Twitter followers, you know, whatever. And but no real relationships. No depth and no meaningful conversations. They're not looking for hope in the right places. And so they despair, you know, they they want to be the number one and number two goals of millennials are to be rich and to be famous, and and when they they hit the the wall of pursuing riches, and pursuing stardom they're left despairing, and they're looking for more. I will tell you that. Wealth and fame are gigantic imposters, and what really led me to my awakening in my thirties. Was I you know, I had accomplished a little bit of both and realized that's completely empty and then had no idea where to go. And where to find it Brad Pitt says the same thing Tom Brady says the same thing Jim Carey says the same thing Russell brand just came out. With a statement saying the same thing, you know, they say, my friend Todd says, the the rich are infinitely better off than the poor. Because while the poor think a riches will bring happiness the wealthy. No better. And I think that's a true statement the same is with famous these millennials young adults and whatnot. They they want to do something bigger than themselves. They just don't know how. And so there's this cry of their heart. The scripture says that God has set attorney in our hearts, I think they're trying to feel that eternal void with all the things of this world, and they're just coming up empty, and so I think the generation your listeners the generation that has gone before them needs to be patient and take time sit down with them continue to tell the war stories of old tell us about the times. You know, of of you growing up the hardships that you face try to do so without judgment and asked lots of questions seek to understand become a student of your your children and grandchildren. Know that they they really there is a desire in them and may be hidden behind some some pride. But there is a desire in them to learn from you, I will tell you that. I don't think there was this spread of misunderstanding between generations. When I was a kid, maybe between my grandparents and and me because they grew up in the great, depression, but not my parents. And and me I mean there was misunderstanding. But things in the world. Have changed so much that when you talk to millennials now, and I'm fifty four you talk to millennials, and it is a different world. They see the world differently. They speak a different language, they understand technology and the world as it's going to be much better. And you know, I think they have a reason to be a little concerned if they don't have somebody in their life. That's an older generation going. It's okay. It's okay. It's it's really exciting. What you guys are facing is really exciting. And you're going to be able to change the world if you keep your head on your shoulders. Yeah. I think you're right. You have to have someone to talk to. I also think you're pointing to the right challenges with the information age, the boom of technology, you know, carrying a mega computer in our pockets, everywhere, we go that does change a person. And so it's interesting what you say about the gap between you and your parents being a smaller. I think that that's probably I I would share your perspective and at the same time, I think that we all go through something I like to call kind of the the younger brother older brother syndrome, which comes I picked it up from the biblical story of the prodigal son where I think we're all kind of the older amid the younger brother at some point. And someone is patient with us, and you know, embraces us and extends grace to us. And then, you know, we're we're with the father and all is right. And we grow up, and we overnight become the older, brother. And then we. Look back with judgment, and we don't want to be patient with anyone else. And so I I try to you know, when I sit with someone who's young and naive and just like, I was and I'm sure am in ways. I can't see right now. Just to be patient with them. Seek to understand the world where they're coming from. What is their worldview, and and point them the truth? So you're you're working now at waterfront or a watermark church, which is a great great organization here in in Dallas, Texas. I don't even know how what's the youth population? There. I don't know the, you know, you so I spend all my time with young adult. So you're twenty to thirty five is the porch. I say all my time. I teach on the weekends as well. Right services. I share that. With todd. Our senior pastor. But we have at the porch on a Tuesday night. We have about four thousand young adults here in Dallas amazing. And then and then we have another ten campuses around the country, and then another fifty thousand or so streaming online. And so it's it's become God's grace, the largest young adult gathering in the in the country. So what is the number one thing that they are they are concerned about and and how can people were listening help them? Yeah. What you're saying that I think well dating great at that point in your life. You graduated college. And you're you're trying to figure out how you can convince someone of the opposite sex to spend the rest of their life with you anxiety is a huge felt need right now as you talk about just growing suicide rates and depression rates. I think you have a generation despairing out of control. And so that's a huge fell need. But the biggest one you also touched on keenly is just searching for purpose. I think they're trying to figure out. Hey, you know, is is there a God first of all? And if there is what is his desire for me. And how do I find my purpose in this world? And so that is I don't know that that's the felt need. I think the felt need can be more of the the dating innings -iety. But the real need the underlying need is is, hey, what were you created for? And that's where I think this this book had the chapter two is all about purpose and finding your identity. I will tell you. The name of the book is welcome to adulting by the way, and I'll tell you JP that if it, you know, I searched for answers for a long time. And in my thirties, I had a complete crash, and I lost absolutely everything. And it was only then that I was willing to look at the real answer which is God. And you know, he had been just as distant kind of thing that I believed in, but he wasn't really a real relationship etcetera etcetera. And I. It's not something that is being encouraged at all in a large portion of our society now, and and you know, churches seem so out of touch to so many millennials. I mean, it's different here in the south. But team completely distant in. God is kind of this distant idea. And I we were just listening Somalia from from the wildfires in California. I don't think I've heard so many Californians talk about God effort, you know, when you're when you really stripped down. That's when you start to find answers. That's when you, you know, in the midst of human suffering. That's where you find him. And they say there's no atheists in the FOX hole, and I we've seen that. We almost saw great awakening happened with when nine eleven occurred whenever there's whenever tragic hit. So we we turn to the creator. I've seen the same thing in Haiti when the earthquake hitting twenty ten. Yeah. The whole. Country coming around saying okay now turning from satanism to. Okay, we think there's a creator God. And that's that's similar to my store. Glenn? I mean sixteen years ago, I was at a bar on a Saturday night and was kind of everything wrong with Dallas. And a person was pretentious. I want to be a millionaire before I was thirty. Yeah. The Jaguar in the penthouse condo. And and was a girlfriend and another, you know, several girls and all of that just in one person, and I was at a bar and someone invited me to church, and I came to watermark. And I sat in the back row when I was hung over. I smell like smoke from the night before the club, and I was addicted to sex addicted to porn, and I just begin to wrestle with who who is God. And and really seeking that out. I looked at all the world religions because I thought what are the odds that'd be born to the right country. You know, if I was born in China, I'd be Buddhist or India. It'd be Hindu and Iran. I might be Muslim started studying started from scratch that grew up in the church. I was just like really had a biased against Christianity. And as I continue to explore that I was overwhelmed by the evidence that pointed me to Jesus Christ..

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"representative ed pearl" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

14:52 min | 2 years ago

"representative ed pearl" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Nancy pelosi. She cares about you kids. She does she's from California. She's doing everything she now to make sure she's reelected in January tour spot as house speaker. Now reasons Nancy Pelosi could give because she's led the democratic caucus for sixteen years and under her, you know, the house did shift hands. In fact, it was speaker Pelosi that was under President, George W Bush and Barack Obama no reasons he actually gave. Well, she's a woman and really what more do you need to say really during an interview on CBS Sunday Pelosi said, you can't have the four leaders of congress and the president of the United States these five people and not have the voice of a woman. Why not? I mean, I thought women were no different. Oh, they are. I forgot especially she went on to say when women are the majority of the voters the workers in the campaigns. And now this glorious victory. Thank you comrade. It's the pink wave. They're calling that now the pink wave a rise in women politicians supposedly in reaction to Donald Trump. Now, here's the general argument has described by politico, quote, push her out and men may take over the party at a time. When more than one hundred women are heading to Capitol Hill and after female voters have been thoroughly alienated by President Donald Trump embrace her and she'll prioritize legislation empowering women on issues ranging from equal pay to anti harassment legislation. Now, of course, she has reason to use identity politics instead of merit. You know, because there's an effort to to unseat her because a lot of Democrats don't like things that she's claiming our victories at least nine representatives have come forward and said that Pelosi will be out fireman. Velvet-velvet said I'm one hundred percent confident we can forge new leadership and this led by Representative Ed Pearl mutter from Colorado. These are the representatives have openly called for Pelosi's outing Bill foster Seth Moulton from Illinois, the democrat from Massachusetts woman. She's a sell out tour gender, Kathleen rice, Tim Ryan from Ohio, Kurt trader from Oregon, Connor lamb from Pennsylvania. And also from Texas campaign staff for incoming representatives of Abigail span burger from Virginia Jason Crowe from Colorado. Have also said they're not going to be voting for Pelosi. If they have a single ounce of dignity left. They won't. And it won't be because she's a woman. It's Wednesday November fourteenth. You're listening to the Glenn Beck program. So my staff of millennials are talking about adulting. I don't even know what adulting is and a quarter life crisis is a quarter life crisis. Well, we're about to find out a JP poke Luda is a is a an author of a book called welcome to adulting. And it is it is taking millennials by storm. Welcome JP. How are you? Doing so great. Thanks for having me on Glenn. Appreciate you. You bet. Okay. So so JP adulting. What exactly is adult thing? Well, it is the practice of behaving in a way characteristic of a responsible adult, especially the accomplishment of a mundane. But necessary task if that sounds like I read that from the dictionary. It's because I did it's a it's a new word. We just put that in the dictionary last year. And so it is official. So this is something that we used to just do naturally when you were eighteen you were at least in my house, how you're kind of expected to go out and earn your own way. And you know, you're an adult now get out. And now we now what what why the breakdown of this thing that has always been natural. Well, I don't know that it's always been natural. I mean, I think I think hindsight is always twenty twenty when we look back on our own development, and how we've grown up, and I know what they're saying about millennials and young adults today the delayed adolescence, they're lazy narcissist. And I don't think entirely true at all. Yeah. Entitled and all of those things. And and I appreciate you know, it sounds like we may have a shared perspective on that. Because I, you know, it seems like we've all we all need help growing up and exist in different times and whatnot. And I what I look at the future. I'm hopeful. I I think these guys they they need leaders. They need people to inspire them. But I think they're they wanna do something great. They want to change the world. They wanna do something bigger than themselves. And I hope this is a resource that helps them do that. Okay. So this is part of the this is part of the problem. I think with suicides that are rising in millennials. And it is. That people just aren't convinced that they can make a difference that their life has. No. Meaning that there is no purpose to anything. And is this what the quarter life crisis is about? I think that's absolutely right Glenn. I think people are looking for purpose. I think they're looking in the wrong places. I think they have a thousand friends on social media thousand Twitter, followers, you know, whatever. And but no real relationships and no depth. A no meaningful conversations, the they're not looking for hope in the right places. And so they despair, you know, they they want to be the number one and number two goals of millennials are to be rich and to be famous, and and when they they hit the the wall of pursuing riches, and pursuing stardom other left despairing, and they're looking for more. I will tell you that. Wealth and fame are gigantic imposters, and what really led me to my awakening in my thirties. Was I you know, I had accomplished a little bit of both and realized that's completely empty and then had no idea where to go. And where to find it Brad Pitt says the same thing Tom Brady says the same thing Jim Carey says the same thing Russell brand just came out. With a statement saying the same thing, you know, they say, my friend Todd says the the richer infinitely better off than the poor. Because while the poor think a riches will bring happiness the wealthy. No better. And I think that's a true statement the same is with famous, you know, these millennials young adults and whatnot. They they want to do something bigger than themselves. They just don't know how. And so there's this cry of their heart. The scripture says the attorney in our hearts, I think they're trying to feel that eternal void with all the things of this world, and they're just coming up empty, and so I think the generation your listeners the generation that has gone before them needs to be patient and take time sit down with them continue to tell the war stories of old tell us about the times. You know, of of you growing up the hardships that you face try to do so without judgment and asked lots of questions seek to understand become a student of your your children, and grandchildren and know that they they really there is a desire in them and may be hidden behind some some pride. But there is a desire in them to learn from you, I will tell you that. I don't think there was this spread of misunderstanding between generations. When I was a kid, maybe between my grandparents and and me because they grew up in the great, depression, but not my parents. And and me I mean there was misunderstanding. But things in the world. Have changed so much that when you talk to millennials now, and I'm, you know, fifty four you talk to millennials, and it is a different world. They see the world differently. They speak a different language, they understand technology and the world as it's going to be much better. And you know, I think they have a reason to be a little concerned if they don't have somebody in their life. That's an older generation going. It's okay. It's okay. It's it's really exciting. What you guys are facing is really exciting. And you're going to be able to change the world if you keep your head on your shoulders. Yeah. I think you're right. You have to have someone to talk to. I also think you're pointing to the right challenges with the information age, the boom of technology, you know, carrying a mega computer in our pockets everywhere, we know that does change a person. And so it's interesting what you say about the gap between you and your parents being smaller. I think that that's probably I would share your perspective and at the same time. I think that we all go through something I like to call the the younger brother older brother syndrome, which comes I picked it up from the biblical story of the prodigal son where I think we're all kind of the older the younger brother at some point. And someone is patient with us, and you know, embraces us and extends grace to us. And then we know we're we're with the father and all his right. And we grow up, we overnight become the older, brother. And then we just. Look back with judgment. And we don't want to be patient with anyone. And and so I I try to you know, when I sit with someone who's young and naive and just like, I was and I'm sure am in ways. I can't see right now. Just to be patient with them. Seek to understand the world where they're coming from. What is their worldview, and and point them the truth? So you're you're working now at waterfront or watermark church, which is a great great organization here in in Dallas, Texas. I don't even know how what's the youth population? There. I don't know the youth. So I spend all my time with young adult. So you're twenty to thirty five is the porch. I say all my time. I teach on the weekends as well services. I share that with Todd our senior pastor. But we have at the porch on a Tuesday night. We have about four thousand young adults here in Dallas amazing. And then and then we have another ten campuses around the country, and then another fifty thousand or so streaming online. And so it's it's become God's grace, the largest young adult gathering in the in the country. So what is the number one thing that they are they are concerned about and and how can people who are listening help them? Yeah. Appreciate your saying that I think. Well, dating great at that point in your life. You graduated college. And you're you're trying to figure out how you can convince someone of the opposite sex to spend the rest of their life with you anxiety is a huge felt need right now as you talk about just growing suicide rates and depression rates. I think you have a generation despairing out of control. And so that's a huge felt need. But the biggest one you also touched on keenly is just searching for purpose. I think they're trying to figure out. Hey, you know, is is there their God first of all? And if there is what is his desire for me. And how do I find my purpose in this world? And so that is I don't know that that's the felt need. I think the felt need can be more of the the dating and anxiety. But the real need the underlying need is is, hey, what were you created for? And that's where I think this this book the chapter two is all about purpose and finding your identity, I will tell you the name of the book is welcome. Adulting by the way, and I'll tell you JP that if it, you know, search for answers for a long time, and in my thirties, I had a complete crash, and I lost absolutely everything. And it was only then that I was willing to look at the real answer which is God. And you know, he had been just as distant kind of thing that I believed in, but it wasn't really a real relationship etcetera etcetera. And I, you know, I it's not something that is being encouraged at all in a large portion of our society now, and and you know, churches seem so out of touch to so many millennials. I mean, it's different here in the south. But team completely distant in. God is kind of this distant idea. And I we were just listen him some audio from from the wildfires in California. I don't think I've heard so many Californians talk about God effort. You know, when you're when you are really stripped down. That's when you start to find answers. That's when you in the midst of human suffering. That's where you find him. And they say there's no atheists in the FOX hole, and I we've seen that. We almost saw a great awakening happened with when nine eleven occurred whenever there's whenever tragic hit. So we we turn to the creator. I've seen the same thing in Haiti when the earthquake hit in two twenty ten. Yeah. The whole country coming around saying, okay. Now, you know, turning from satanism to okay, we think there's a creator God. And that's that's similar to my story. Glenn? I mean sixteen years ago, I was at a bar on a Saturday night and was kind of everything wrong with Dallas. And a person was pretentious. I want to be a millionaire before it was thirty. Yeah. The Jaguar in the penthouse condo. And and was you know, girlfriend and another, you know, several girls and all of that just in one person, and I was at a bar and someone invited me to. Church. I came to watermark. And I sat in the back row when I was hung over. I smell like smoke from the night before the club, and I was addicted to sex addiction to porn, and I just begin to wrestle with who you know, who is God. And and really seeking that out. I looked at all of the world religions because I thought what are the odds that'd be born to the right country. You know, if I was born in China, I'd be Buddhist or India. It'd be Hindu and Iran, I might be Muslim. And so I started studying started from scratch grew up in the church, but I was just like really had a biased against Christianity. And as I continue to explore that I was overwhelmed by the evidence that pointed me to Jesus Christ..

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"representative ed pearl" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

12:20 min | 2 years ago

"representative ed pearl" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Pelosi. She cares about you kids. She does she's from California. She's doing everything she cannot make sure she's reelected in January tour spot as house speaker. Now reasons Nancy Pelosi could give because she's led the democratic caucus for sixteen years and under her the house did shift. And in fact, it was speaker Pelosi that was under President, George W Bush and Barack Obama no reasons he actually gave. Well, she's a woman and really what more do you need to say really during an interview on CBS Sunday Pelosi said, you can't have the four leaders of congress and the president states these five people and not have the voice of a woman. Why not I mean, I thought women were no different. Oh, they are. I forgot especially she went on to say when women are the majority of the voters the workers in the campaigns. Now this glorious victory. Thank you comrade. It's the pink wave. They're calling that now the pink wave a rise in women politicians supposedly in reaction to Donald Trump. Now, here's the general argument as described by politico, quote, push her out and men may take over the party at a time. When more than one hundred women are heading to Capitol Hill and after female voters have been thoroughly alienated by President Donald Trump embrace her and she'll prioritize legislation empowering women on shoes ranging from equal pay to anti harassment legislation. Now, of course, she has reason to use identity politics instead of merit. You know, because there's an effort to to unseat her because a lot of Democrats don't like the things that she's claiming our victories at least nine representatives have come forward and said that Pelosi will be out fireman. Velvet-velvet said I'm one hundred percent confident we can forge new leadership and this led by Representative Ed Pearl mutter from Colorado. These are the representatives have openly called for Pelosi's outing Bill foster Seth Moulton from Illinois the democrat from Massachusetts woman while she's a sell out tour gender, Kathleen rice, Tim Ryan from Ohio Kerr trader from Oregon, Connor lamb from Pennsylvania. And also from Texas campaign staff for incoming representatives of Abigail span burger from Virginia Jason Crowe from Colorado. Have also said they're not going to be voting for Pelosi. If they have a single ounce of dignity left, they won't and it won't be because she's a woman. It's Wednesday November fourteenth. You're listening to the Glenn Beck program. So my staff of millennials are talking about adulting. I don't even know what adulting is and a quarter life crisis is a quarter life crisis. Well, we're about to find out a JP puck Luda is a is a an author of a book called welcome to adulting. And it is it is taking millennials by storm. Welcome P. How are you? Doing so great. Thanks for having me on Glenn. You bet. Okay. So so Jimmy adulting. Wait, what exactly is adulting? Well, it is the practice of behaving in a way characteristic of a responsible adult, especially the accomplishment of a mundane. But necessary task if that sounds like I read that from the dictionary. It's because I did it's a it's a new word. We just put that in the dictionary last year. And so it is official. So this is something that we used to just do naturally when you were eighteen you were at least in my household. You're kind of expected to go out and earn your own way. And you know, you're an adult now get out. And now we now what what why the breakdown of this thing that has always been natural. Well, I don't know that it's always been natural. I mean, I think I think hindsight is always twenty twenty when we look back on our own development, and how we've grown up, and I know what they're saying about and young adults today the delayed adolescence, they're lazy narcissist. I don't think that's entirely true at all. Yeah. Entitled and all of those things. And and I appreciate you know, it sounds like we may have a shared perspective on that. Because I. You know, it seems like we've all we all need help growing up and exist in different times. What not and when I look at the future. I'm I'm hopeful. I I think these guys they they need leaders. They need people to inspire them. But I think they're they want to do something. Right. They want to change the world. They want to do something bigger than themselves. And I hope this is a resource that helps to do that. Okay. So this is part of the this is part of the problem. I think with suicides that are rising in millennials. And it is that people just aren't convinced that they can make a difference that their life has. No. Meaning that there is no purpose to anything. And is this what the quarter life crisis is about? I think that's right Glen. I think people are looking for purpose. I think they're looking in the wrong places. I think they have a thousand friends on social media thousand Twitter, followers, you know, whatever. And but no real relationships, and no deaths and no meaningful conversations. They're not looking for hope in the right places. And so they despair, you know, they they want to be the number one and number two goals of millennials are to be rich to be famous, and when they they hit the the wall of pursuing riches, and pursuing stardom other left despairing, and they're looking for more. I will tell you that. Wealth and fame are gigantic imposters, and what really led me to my awakening in my thirties was I had accomplished a little bit of both and realized that's completely empty, and then had no idea where to go, and where to find it Brad Pitt says the same thing Tom Brady says the same thing Jim Carey says the same thing Russell brand just came out. With a statement saying the same thing, you know, they say my Todd says the rich are infinitely better off than the poor. Because while the poor think riches will bring happiness the wealthy. No better. And I think that's a true statement the same as with famous, you know, these millennials young adults whatnot. They they want to do something bigger than themselves. They just don't know how. And so there's this cry of their heart. The scripture says the gotta set attorney in our hearts, I think they're trying to feel that eternal void with all the things of this world, and they're just coming up empty, and so I think the generation your listeners the generation that has gone before them needs to be patient and take time sit down. With them continue to tell the war stories of old, tell us about the times, you know, of you growing up the hardships that you face try to do so without judgment and asked lots of questions seek to understand become a student of your children and grandchildren. No that they really there is a desire in them and may be hidden behind some pride. But there is a desire in them to learn from you, I will tell you that. I don't think there was this spread of misunderstanding between generations. When I was a kid, maybe between my grandparents and and me because he grew up in the great, depression, but not my parents. And and me I mean, there was a misunderstanding. But things in the world have changed so much that when you talk to millennials now, and I'm fifty four you talk to millennials, and it is a different world. They see the world differently. They speak a different language, they understand technology and the world as it's going to be a much better. And you know, I I think they have a reason to be a little concerned if they don't have somebody in their life. That's you know, an older generation going. It's okay. It's okay. It's it's really exciting. What you guys are facing is really exciting. And you're going to be able to change the world if you keep your head on your shoulders. Yeah. I I think you're right. You have to have someone to talk to. I think you're pointing to the right challenges with the information age, boom technology, you know, carrying a mega computer in our pockets everywhere, we know that does change a person. And so it's interesting what you say about the gap between you and your parents being a smaller. I think that that's probably I would share your perspective and at the same time. I think that we all go through something I like to call the the younger brother older brother syndrome, which comes I picked up from the biblical story of the prodigal son where I think we're all kind of the the older the younger brother at some point and someone who's patient with us and embraces us and extends grace to us. And then, you know, we're we're with the father and all his right. And we grow up we overnight become the older brother, and then we just look back with and we don't want to be patient with anyone else. And so I try to you know, when I sit with someone who's young and naive and just like, I was and I'm sure am in ways. I can't see right now just to be patient with them. Seek to understand the world where they're coming from. What is their worldview, and and you'll point them the truth? So you're you're working out waterfront watermark church, which is a great great organization here in in Dallas, Texas. I don't even know how what's the youth population? There. I don't know the, you know, you so I spend all my time with young adults. So you're twenty to thirty five is the CEO my time. I I teach on the weekends as well right services. I share that with Todd or senior pastor. But we have at the ports on a Tuesday night. We have about four thousand units here in Dallas amazing. And then and then we have another ten campuses around the country, and then another fifty thousand or so streaming online. And so it's it's become God's grace the largest gathering in the in the country. So what is the number one thing that they are they are concerned about and and how can people were listening help them? Yeah. I think well dating great at that point in your life. You graduated college. And you're trying to figure out how you can convince someone of the opposite sex to spend the rest of their life with you anxiety is a huge felt need right now as you talk about just growing suicide rates depression rates. I think you have a generation despairing out of control. And so that's a huge fell need. But the biggest one you also touched on Kinley is just searching for purpose. I think they're trying to figure out. Hey, you know, is that what is their God? First of all. And if there is what is his desire for me. How do I find my purpose in this world that so that is I don't know that that's the felt need? I think the felt need can be more of the the dating and anxiety. But the real need to underline need is is what were you created for? And that's where I think this this book the chapter two is all about purpose and finding your identity, I will tell you the name of the book is welcome to adulting by the way, and I'll tell you GP that if it, you know, I searched for answers for a long time. And in my thirties, I had a complete crash, and I lost absolutely everything. And it was. Only then that I was willing to look at the real answer which is God. And you know, he had been just as distance kind of thing I believed in, but it wasn't really a real relationship etcetera etcetera. And I, you know, I it's not something that is being encouraged at all in a large portion of our society now, and and you know, churches seem so out of touch to so many millennials. I mean, it's different here in in the south. But team completely distant in. God is kind of this distant idea. And I we were just listened him Somalia from from the wildfires in California. I don't think I've heard so many Californians talk about God effort, you know, when you're when you're really stripped down. That's when you start to find answers. That's when you, you know, in the midst of human suffering. That's where you find him. And they say there's no atheists in the FOX hole, and I we've seen that. We almost saw great awakening. With when nine eleven occurred whenever there's whenever tragic hit. So we we turn to the creator. I've seen the same thing in Haiti when the earthquake hit in twenty ten you had the whole country coming around saying okay now turning from satanism to. Okay, we think there's a creator God. And that's that's similar to my story. Glenn? I mean sixteen years ago, I was at a bar on a Saturday night and was kind of everything wrong with Dallas. And a person was pretentious. I wanted to be a millionaire before it was thirty. Yeah. The Jaguar in the penthouse condo. And was you know, a girlfriend and another, you know, several girls and all of that just in one person, and I was at a bar and someone invited me to church I came to watermark. And I sat in the back row when I was hung over. I smell like smoke for the night before, you know, at the club, and I was addicted to sex addicted to porn, and I just begin to wrestle with who you know, who is God. And and really seeking that out. I looked at all of the world. Religions because I thought what are the odds that'd be born to the right country. You know, if I was born in China, I'd be Buddhist or India, it'd be Hindu and Iran and might be Muslim. And so I started studying started from scratch, I grew up in the church, but I was just like really had a biased against Christianity. And as I continue to explore that I was overwhelmed by the evidence that pointed me to Jesus Christ..

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"representative ed pearl" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"representative ed pearl" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Beck. Nancy pelosi. Nancy pelosi. She cares about you kids. She does she's from California. She's doing everything she can now to make sure she's reelected in January tour spot as house speaker. Now reasons Nancy Pelosi could give because she's led the democratic caucus for sixteen years and under her, you know, the house did shift hands. In fact, it was speaker Pelosi that was under President, George W Bush and Barack Obama no reasons he actually gave. Well, she's a woman and really what more do you need to say really during an interview on CBS Sunday Pelosi said, you can't have the four leaders of congress and the president of the United States these five people and not have the voice of a woman. Why not? I mean, I thought women were no different over. They are I forgot especially she went on to say when women are the majority of the voters the workers in the campaigns. And now this glorious victory. Thank you comrade. It's the pink wave. They're calling that now the pink wave a rise in women politicians supposedly in reaction to Donald Trump. Now, here's the general argument has described by politico, quote, push her out and men may take over the party at a time. When more than one hundred women are heading to Capitol Hill and after female voters have been thoroughly alienated by President Donald Trump embrace her and she'll prioritize legislation empowering women on issues ranging from equal pay to anti harassment legislation. Now, of course, she has reason to use identity politics instead of merit. You know, because there's an effort to to unseat her because a lot of Democrats don't like the things that she's claiming our victories at least nine representatives have come forward and said that Pelosi will be out firemen velvet-velvet said I'm one hundred percent confident we can forge new leadership and this led by Representative Ed Pearl mutter from Colorado. These are the representatives have openly called for Pelosi's outing Bill foster Seth Moulton from Illinois, the democrat from Massachusetts a woman while she's a sell out tour gender, Kathleen rice, Tim Ryan from Ohio Kurt trader from Oregon, Connor lamb from Pennsylvania and also from Texas campaign staff for incoming representatives of Abigail span burger from Virginia Jason Crowe from Colorado. Have also said they're not going to be voting for Pelosi. If they have a single ounce of dignity left. They won't. And it won't be because she's a woman. It's Wednesday November fourteenth. You're listening to the Glenn Beck program. So my staff of millennials are talking about adulting. I don't even know what adulting is and a quarter life crisis. What the heck is a quarter life crisis..

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"representative ed pearl" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"representative ed pearl" Discussed on WTVN

"Pelosi. She cares about you kids. She does she's from California. She's doing everything she can now to make sure she's reelected in January tour spot as house speaker. Now reasons Nancy Pelosi could give because she's led the democratic caucus for sixteen years and under her, you know, the house did shift hands. In fact, it was speaker Pelosi that was under President, George W Bush and Barack Obama no reasons he actually gave. Well, she's a woman and really what more do you need to say really during an interview on CBS Sunday Pelosi said, you can't have the four leaders of congress and the president of the United States these five people and not have the voice of a woman. Why not? I mean, I thought women were no different. Oh, I forgot especially she went on to say when women are the majority of the voters the workers in the campaigns. And now this glorious victory. Thank you comrade. It's the pink wave. They're calling that now the pink wave a rise in women politicians supposedly in reaction to Donald Trump. Now, here's the general argument has described by politico, quote, push her out and men may take over the party at a time. When more than one hundred women are heading to Capitol Hill and after female voters have been thoroughly alienated by President Donald Trump embrace her and she'll prioritize legislation empowering women on issues ranging from equal pay to anti harassment legislation. Now, of course, she has reason to use identity politics instead of merit. You know, because there's an effort to to unseat her because a lot of Democrats don't like the things that she's claiming our victories at least nine representatives have come forward and said that Pelosi will be out fireman. Velvet-velvet said I'm one hundred percent confident we can forge new leadership and this led by Representative Ed Pearl mutter from Colorado. These are the representatives have openly called for Pelosi's outing Bill foster Seth Moulton from Illinois, the democrat from Massachusetts a woman while she's a sell out tour gender, Kathleen rice, Tim Ryan from Ohio Kurt Schrader from Oregon Connor lamb from Pennsylvania and also from Texas campaign staff for incoming representatives of Abigail span burger from Virginia Jason Crowe from Colorado. Have also said they're not going to be voting for Pelosi. If they have a single ounce of dignity left. They won't. And it won't be because she's a woman. It's Wednesday November fourteenth. You're listening to the Glenn Beck program. So.

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"representative ed pearl" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"representative ed pearl" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"All. They are. I forgot especially she went on to say when women are the majority of the voters the workers in the campaigns. And now this glorious victory. Thank you comrade. It's the pink wave. They're calling that now the pink wave a rise in women politicians supposedly in reaction to Donald Trump. Now, here's the general argument as described by politico, quote, push her out and men may take over the party at a time. When more than one hundred women are heading to Capitol Hill and after female voters have been thoroughly alienated by President Donald Trump embrace her and she'll prioritize legislation empowering women on issues ranging from equal pay to anti harassment legislation. Now, of course, she has reason to use identity politics instead of merit. You know, because there's an effort to to unseat her because a lot of Democrats don't like the things that she's claiming our victories at least nine representatives have come forward and said that Pelosi will be out firemen velvet-velvet said I'm one hundred percent confident we can forge new leadership and this led by Representative Ed Pearl mutter from Colorado. These are the representatives have openly called for Pelosi's outing Bill foster Seth Moulton from Illinois the democrat from Massachusetts woman while she's a sell out tour gender. Kathleen rice, Tim Ryan from Ohio, Kurt trader from Oregon, Connor lamb from Pennsylvania and also Vela from Texas campaign staff for incoming representatives of Abigail span burger from Virginia Jason Crowe from Colorado. Have also said they're not going to be voting for Pelosi. If they have a single ounce of dignity left. They won't. And it won't be because she's a woman. It's Wednesday November fourteenth. You're listening to the Glenn Beck program. So my staff of millennials are talking about adulting. I don't even know what.

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"representative ed pearl" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"representative ed pearl" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Courage. Glenn beck. Nancy pelosi. Nancy pelosi. She cares about you kids. She does she's from California. She's doing everything she can now to make sure she's reelected in January tour spot as house speaker. Now reasons Nancy Pelosi could give because she's led the democratic caucus for sixteen years and under her the house did shift hands. In fact, it was speaker Pelosi that was under President, George W Bush and Barack Obama no reasons he actually gave. Well, she's a woman and really what more do you need to say really during an interview on CBS Sunday Pelosi said, you can't have the four leaders of congress and the president of the United States these five people and not have the voice of a woman. Why not? I mean, I thought women were different over. Oh, they are forgot especially she went on to say when women are the majority of the voters the workers in the campaigns. And now this glorious victory. Thank you comrade. It's the pink wave. They're calling that now the pink wave a rise in women politicians supposedly in reaction to Donald Trump. Now, here's the general argument as described by politico, quote, push her out and men may take over the party at a time. When more than one hundred women are heading to Capitol Hill and after female voters have been thoroughly alienated by President Donald Trump embrace her and she'll prioritize legislation empowering women on issues ranging from equal pay to anti harassment legislation. Now, of course, she has reason to use identity politics instead of merit. Because there's an effort to to unseat her because a lot of Democrats don't like the things that she's claiming our victories at least nine representatives have come forward and said that Pelosi will be out firemen velvet-velvet said I'm one hundred percent confident we can forge new leadership and this led by Representative Ed Pearl mutter from Colorado. These are the representatives have openly called for Pelosi's outing Bill foster Seth Moulton from Illinois the democrat from Massachusetts woman while she's a sell out tour gender. Kathleen rice, Tim Ryan from Ohio, Kurt trader from Oregon, Connor lamb from Pennsylvania and also from Texas campaign staff for incoming representatives of Abigail span burger from Virginia Jason Crowe from Colorado. Have also said they're not going to be voting for Pelosi. If they have a single ounce of dignity left. They won't. And it won't be because she's a woman. It's Wednesday November fourteenth. You're listening to the Glenn Beck program. So my staff of millennials are talking about adulting..

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"representative ed pearl" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"representative ed pearl" Discussed on KTOK

"Glenn beck. Nancy pelosi. Nancy pelosi. She cares about you kids. She does she's from California. She's doing everything she can now to make sure she's reelected in January tourist spot as house speaker. Now reasons Nancy Pelosi could give because she's led the democratic caucus for sixteen years and under her the house did shift hands. In fact, it was speaker Pelosi that was under President, George W Bush and Barack Obama no reasons he actually gave. Well, she's a woman and really what more do you need to say really during an interview on CBS Sunday Pelosi said, you can't have the four leaders of congress and the president of the United States these five people and not have the voice of a woman. Why not? I mean, I thought women were no different over. They are I forgot especially she went on to say when women are the majority of the voters the workers in the campaigns. And now this glorious victory. Thank you comrade. It's the pink wave. They're calling that now the pink wave a rise in women politicians supposedly in reaction to Donald Trump. Now, here's the general argument as described by politico, quote, push her out and men may take over the party at a time. When more than one hundred women are heading to Capitol Hill and after female voters have been thoroughly alienated by President Donald Trump embrace her and she'll prioritize legislation empowering women on issues ranging from equal pay to anti harassment legislation. Now, of course, she has reason to use identity politics instead of merit. You know, because there's an effort to to unseat her because a lot of Democrats don't like the things that she's claiming our victories at least nine representatives have come forward and said that Pelosi will be out of fireman. Velvet-velvet said I'm one hundred percent confident we can forge new leadership and this led by Representative Ed Pearl mutter from Colorado. These are the representatives have openly called for Pelosi's outing Bill foster Seth Moulton from Illinois, the democrat from Massachusetts a woman while she's a sell out tour gender, Kathleen rice, Tim Ryan from Ohio Kurt trader from Oregon, Connor lamb from Pennsylvania and also from Texas campaign staff for incoming representatives of Abigail span burger from Virginia Jason Crowe from Colorado. Have also said they're not going to be voting for Pelosi. If they have a single ounce of dignity left. They won't. And it won't be because she's a woman. It's Wednesday November fourteenth. You're listening to the Glenn Beck program. So my staff of millennials are talking about adulting. I don't even know what.

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"representative ed pearl" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

06:13 min | 3 years ago

"representative ed pearl" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The, first time, about a week mid to upper eighties this afternoon most of the last, week we've been stuck in the seventies we'll also have, areas the smoke around town again today otherwise hazy sunshine a high temperature right around eighty eight degrees tonight areas is smoke. Low temperature fifty nine tomorrow hazy sunshine more smoke high temperature ninety through the weekend a couple, of showers and storms possible in the mountains but. We should stay mainly dry for Denver in the front range temperatures, near ninety, for Saturday and Sunday from CBS four I'm Ashton Altieri on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four. One FM seventy four degrees clear skies, at nine twelve on Colorado's morning news the White House continues to distance the president from two former associates. Michael Cohen and Paul Manafort let's get into it all with ABC's Karen Travers at the White House and. Karen house the president handling this controversy this week the president even today was saying, that Michael Cohen made the payments that he did this on his own he made The deals and he was asked you know, but he. Said that you directed him to do it and he seemed to deny that he did that there is of course a recording. From two thousand sixteen where the two men are her talking. About a payment to Karen McDougal Michael Cohen says that. Was, before the, payment was made president still says he only learned about the payments, later on, the White House yesterday a lot of questions but not a lot of, answers about the timeline of what the president knew and, when he's taking Coen to task but he seems to be supporting Paul Manafort makes me wonder if he more concerned to. Maybe about what Manafort potentially has on him for Cisco and it's possible you know that Manafort, was more tied to the campaign he was of. Course at that meeting at Trump Tower in two thousand sixteen which, is a, big part of, the collusion question and Manafort is the, one that has the ties to Russian businessmen and. Ukrainian political officials so that's you know, kind of just looking at it at face value you'd say well that could be where the collusion comes. In the President also when he's talking about Manafort and just such sympathetic tones he's also sounds like he is, ready to reward Paul Manafort for not turning on him you know he made this contrast yesterday that Manafort was very, brave and he had a lot of respect for him because he didn't make a deal whereas Cohen did so is that an indication for the, president because he. Was loyal he'll get rewarded we'll see and rewarded with. What a, part part, at the White House is not ruling it out explicitly, but they're also saying it's not something that they're aware of conversations taking place she's at the White House it's ABC's Karen Travers thank you. Karen thank, you this, morning the president going on the offensive in an, interview on, FOX, put the two counts of campaign violations in there But, a lot of lawyers on television and also lawyers They're not even primes. President Trump arguing that. Money paid by his former attorney Michael Cohen to silence women who claimed to have had a fares with him did not violate campaign finance laws because the money. Did, not come out of campaign funds. Didn't know Manafort well he wasn't with the. Campaign along they got things totally unrelated to the campaign and by the. Way they got. Cone on totally unrelated to the, campaign, I'm not involved I wasn't charged with anything Cohen pleaded guilty Tuesday to violating campaign finance laws saying the payments were made under direction from Trump the president played down the closeness of his, relationship with Cohen's lawyer from me for one of many They they will say the lawyer then they like to add. The fixture well. I don't know if there's a, fixer, I don't know where that term came from but he's been a lawyer for me didn't do big deal too small deals and the president also addressing speculation over whether Democrats will pursue impeachment Impeach somebody who's done a great job I'll tell you, what if I ever got a. Peach I think the market. Would crash everybody would, be very poor and at this point no official announcement about pursuing impeachment has been made a lawmakers on Capitol Hill starting to react. Representative Ed, Pearl mutter, joins. Us now good morning good, morning, April. So we heard from congresswoman Nancy Pelosi she came, out and said a few things yesterday but otherwise it seems Democrats have been relatively quiet about the? Cohen and Manafort verdicts is it, deliberate I don't know, that it's deliberate but our position is. Let's let, this investigation run its course I mean obviously we're getting people that are very close to the president either have now been convicted or pled. Guilty six guilty pleas in one conviction so it's there's a, lot of smoke here, so to speak speaking of being, quiet congressman maybe Democrats, have been quiet but so of Republicans does that surprise you that, maybe on that side of the aisle they. Haven't held the president. More, to, task I'm disappointed in that yes I I was Pleased a, little bit to see both Mike. Kaufman and and Cory Gardner. Say you know the, Mahler investigation needs to be protected and needs to move forward because there have been a lot of instances in the house where there. Has been, this call, all. That stopped the molar investigation, there's, nothing. They're buddies finding tax evasion he's finding Bank fraud, we have these now campaign finance violations that Cohen pled guilty to their their stuff there and you? Know the president has yet to, release his tax returns, I mean what's the big deal what's. He hiding, their taxes are behind a lot of this and Bank loans are behind a lot of what we see where the convictions just occurred in. The guilty pleas just occurred what happens next congressman in the, Russia probe do you, think the president will fire Bob, Mueller do you think, he will be interviewed by Bob Muller I don't think he can, fire Bob Muller I hope that he will. Be interviewed by Bob. Muller, I, mean there This effort to impeach by the Republicans filed articles of impeachment against, the deputy, attorney general who appointed Muller in a way to try to get to molar I don't think that impeachment is going to go anywhere but you know this is this is pretty disturbing these please. And this. Conviction and all roads lead. To Donald Trump here. I mean that's the bottom line congressman thank you so much for your time thank you. Very much of, a.

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"representative ed pearl" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:05 min | 4 years ago

"representative ed pearl" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Represents the second congressional district will officially announce his candidacy later today he's got a number of public events from pueblo colorado springs to a denver in boulder he joins fellow democratic representative ed pearl mutter for the nomination along with former state senator mike johnson former state treasurer carry kennedy and businessman nol ginsburg colorado republican is floating a bill to address one of the state's biggest labor shortages these koa newsradio counter sri is live with the details counter april it's a representative ken buck who's working on a house program for foreign guest workers he says it's aimed at providing some workers certainty for the state's tack and agriculture industries it puts states in charge allowing them to admit immigrants coming to the country to work or in the language of the bill to contribute to the economic development agenda of the state buck has not yet introduced it to how lawmakers in the house but he says he still has some fine tuning to do admitting he expects the bill to be a lightning rod in such a divisive political era he's still says he feels like it's a commonsense program for a board okay an immigration system reporting live connor sharief koa newsradio be white house's focusing on job creation this week the trump administration is calling this workforce development week ivanka trump i daughter is leading a series of events aimed at improving federal job training and apprenticeship programmes white house officials say the president will give a major policy speech coming up on wednesday at the department of labor president trump continues to tweet criticism aimed at the fbi director he fired he once again accuses james call me of lying to the senate intelligence committee and even offered to testify to the committee under oath something senate minority leader chuck schumer is open to i'd like to invite the president to testify before the senate uh i think we could work out a way that it could be dignified public with questions shumar on cbs's face the nation senator lindsey graham a republican was on the same show and said the issue would go away if the president quit bringing it up every time.

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