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Fresh update on "republican" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:23 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "republican" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"P, with the Maryland primary July 19th, we're highlighting those who want to be Maryland's next governor Wes Moore is a former CEO and author and he's been racking up a long list of big name endorsements in the democratic race for governor. One of the big issues facing Maryland's next governor, paying for the education reforms known as the kirwan plan. I will ensure that the blueprint is fully funded. More a Democrat says reforming police and fighting crime is not an either or proposition. These binary conversations that we're having as a society are not just counterproductive, they're dangerous. Moore says police should have support, but support does not mean do what you will. To poor does mean in God accountability and transparency and working in partnership. On Moore's agenda. Things like fixing a parole probation system, which is functionally broken. And when it comes to transportation, more opposes adding toll lanes to I two 70, he says there are other options to address congestion. And that's everything from how we're talking about reversible lanes to the uses of shoulders. There's a lot that we can think through. Kate Ryan, WTO P news. Read the interviews with all the Maryland governor candidates on WTO P dot com search candidates and tune in next hour when we hear from Republican candidate, Kelly Schultz. At EC council member who suspended his campaign for D.C. attorney general two months ago, has made another political move. The Washington Post reports, Kenyan mcduffie switched from being a Democrat to run as an independent candidate for an at large seat on the council. Money news at 25 and 55 years, Jeff clay bomb. Lee D.C.

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Trump's vulnerabilities for 2024 mount after new testimony

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 14 hrs ago

Trump's vulnerabilities for 2024 mount after new testimony

"The household committee investigation of the attack on the capitol might be having an impact on Republicans Iowa has traditionally been an early stop for politicians eyeing The White House Former South Carolina governor and Trump administration ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley drew some 350 Republicans to an Iowa cookout this past Thursday She didn't say she was or wasn't going to run even if former president Donald Trump is in the race for the 2024 nomination I've never lost a race I'm not going to start now I'll put a 1000% in and I'll finish it AP correspondent Thomas Beaumont reports some polls show Trump's Republican support sliding before the committee hearings The former president's popularity has been declining among Republicans since before all of this explosive testimony Aids from multiple GOP presidential prospects indicate publicly and privately their increasingly emboldened to challenge Trump in light of the committee's testimony I'm Tim McGuire

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Fresh update on "republican" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:10 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "republican" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Candidate who's been endorsed by former president Trump and who is present at the January 6th rally. Our police need to have the backing that I will provide as governor. Dan Cox, who is a member of Maryland's House of delegates, says he wants more parental rights when it comes to public education in Maryland. I think unfortunately, there's a lot of woke culture being shoved into our local schools. Cox said businesses go to states like Florida and Delaware instead of Maryland, so if elected, he says he'd take immediate action. To lower these inflated, out of control, inflation prices. The Republican from Frederick county wants to ease gridlock, but opposes the current plan to widen I two 70. We do not need a public private partnership with toll roads. He doesn't rule out toll roads in the future, but says that would happen only after providing more capacity. He also wants to ease Chesapeake Bay bridge traffic, but says we need to do so though in a way that's responsible to the wonderful people of the eastern shore. Kate Ryan, WTO P news. Read the interviews with all the candidates for Maryland governor at WTO P dot com search candidates and tune in next hour when we sit down with democratic candidate Tom Perez. You only have a few more days to visit the futures exhibition at the reopened arts and industries building next to the Smithsonian castle on the national mall. These visitors from Annapolis like how the exhibit looks at the future from the past. What's

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Rep. Chip Roy Introduces Bill to Kill ESG Agenda

Mark Levin

01:04 min | 18 hrs ago

Rep. Chip Roy Introduces Bill to Kill ESG Agenda

"Chip Roy patriot Republican from Texas ESG investing is a woke scam the bills he's introduced a bill to kill it It restricts the free flow of capital undermines U.S. energy freedom to the benefit of our enemies Advances woke radical and gender ideologies and tenon dividing the republic West Virginia Cole jobs Nebraska agriculture jobs Texas and Alaska oil jobs are all at risk from these policies Said rasheeda salahaddin president of the corporate citizenship project think tank We find it appropriate that states are beginning to act to say that they don't want their investment dollars invested in causes that are detrimental to jobs and are thus divesting from firms promoting it So the states are saying we will not do business with any companies that embrace this ESG agenda And we will not invest In ways like pension plans and so forth with any companies That do it as well

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1st Time Since 1958, Biden Will Not Offer New Offshore Oil Leases

Mark Levin

01:47 min | 18 hrs ago

1st Time Since 1958, Biden Will Not Offer New Offshore Oil Leases

"Representative chuck fleischmann Republican Tennessee The Biden administration by the way did not give an explanation after it missed its own deadline to plan future oil and gas leases Interior secretary Deb haaland vowed during a Senate hearing on May 19th to issue a legally mandated program Outlining proposed offshore lease sales Legally mandated Over the next 5 years On Wednesday interior department spokesperson Melissa Schwartz confirmed the agency was quote on track To issue the plan yesterday Thursday But today Schwartz declined to comment on the delay in response to a Fox News digital inquiry The White House did not respond to requests for comment An announcement was slated to take place yesterday but was pushed back for an unknown reason Curious secretary Deb haaland is in charge of that building and charge of all these lands President Biden is hell bent on choking off American oil and natural gas production Senate energy and natural resources committee ranking member John barrasso of Wyoming said now he's fad to fail to follow the law and prepare a final 5 year leasing plan by yesterday's deadline That means the federal government will not offer any new offshore oil and gas lease sales This year This will be the first year since 1958 64 years ago This has happened

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America's National Pride Problem

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:43 min | 18 hrs ago

America's National Pride Problem

"We're going to talk about being proud of being an American. You would just spend an entire month focused on pride. LGBTQIA+ pride. We were told that we must not just tolerate not just accept, not just celebrate, but we must participate. In these mass prides of drag queens and children exploitation and all this nonsense. You must participate. Where's your flag? Where's your ribbon as they would say in Seinfeld? Just come on, put the ribbon on. And there's a new poll out that we're going to kind of focus on for a little bit. And I have a take on this that I never thought I would have. National pride is down with majorities of Republicans and independents I'm reading from Fox News dot com. And nearly half of Democrats feeling dissatisfied with their country, according to the latest Fox News survey. The poll released Thursday asked registered voters are you proud of the country today? Just 39% said, yes. That is down 12 points from June of 2017 and down 30 points since June of 2011. While the question has only been asked four times, this marks a majority feeling disappointed in their country. 56% are not proud, up from 48% in 2017, and 28% in 2011. Independence and Republicans reversed their position since 2017. While formerly not proud Democrats are now on the fence. In 2017, Republicans by a 31 point margin and independence by four points were proud. Today, both Americans feel disenchanted with the country.

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Steve Deace: The Populist Right vs. The Mainstream Right

The Dan Bongino Show

01:33 min | 23 hrs ago

Steve Deace: The Populist Right vs. The Mainstream Right

"This gun Bill is a perfect example right It's 14 Republicans who just sold this out in the Senate side Yes And that's a red line there Dan I mean that's the one issue over the last 30 years really that the mainstream Republican Party So if you look at if you look at since Eisenhower gave his momentous exit speech his going away speech The Republican Party's nominees have been Richard Nixon two bushes John McCain Mitt Romney and then there is then there's Reagan and Trump Two of these things are not like the other And so this is the reality of the fact that you know you're aligned with this party has hated its base for decades It has as I saw I tweet out today that the difference between the new populist right and the mainstream right is that we don't favor corporations over God and our traditions And the mainstream right has always done that It was always about you know it was always about the Chevron doctrine more than overturning roe It was always about the two state solution more than let's move the embassy to Jerusalem And it's always been that way What just changed is when the corporations got woken and they no longer even pretended to slide the flag and even wink at our belief system That mainstream right now they got exposed Now they couldn't triangulate off of that anymore And so I think a lot of people are pardon the pun getting woke politically just not necessarily in the way the other side had anticipated

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Steve Deace: The Difference Between the Two Parties on Capitol Hill

The Dan Bongino Show

01:13 min | 23 hrs ago

Steve Deace: The Difference Between the Two Parties on Capitol Hill

"I mean it reminds me of my old adage that most Republicans on Capitol Hill are really Democrats but no Democrats are really Republicans Hold on a second I'm reading a press release stand from George W. Bush She finally got around thanking Samuel Alito for writing the opinion on it We did No he did not Oh yeah of course he didn't That's right We were waiting on that Jim was waiting with bated breath Bobby bonilla day came first and it still hasn't happened So yes you're right You know here's the difference between the two parties on Capitol Hill There's two things I could say that are the real difference Democrats inspire their base to get what they want Republicans conspire against their base to get what they want Democrats don't even try don't even attempt to curtail their agenda at all To win elections Like they used to or gone are the days of Bill Clinton losing a midterm calling it sending Hillary out in a two year tour and bringing a dick Morris to save his presidency with triangulation Those days are gone It's devil in a red unitard with a pitchfork Just out in the open with it now And so they won't even curtail their agenda to win elections Meanwhile Republicans will seek to curtail and agenda They don't actually agree with Their own base in order to win

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Even the Pope Disagrees With Republicans

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

00:48 sec | 1 d ago

Even the Pope Disagrees With Republicans

"Right, Supreme Court denied a religious liberty challenge to New York healthcare workers who were fighting against the state's vaccine mandate. But not without a descent from clarence Thomas, they claimed that COVID vaccines developed using aborted children, he argued that healthcare workers had legitimate injections to use in the vaccine, which he said were developed using stem cell lines from aborted children. First of all, in fact, COVID among many, many vaccines have used, yes, from they were frozen more than 5 decades ago. Yes. Right? Even the Catholic Church does not believe there should be legitimate religious corrections to using the vaccine. And the COVID vaccines have zero aborted fetus. Cells in them. And the Pope just gave communion this week. The Nancy Pelosi. Thank you. Because the Bible's not against abortion and the Republican Party is not pro life.

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Court leaves dwindling paths for Biden's climate mission

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 1 d ago

Court leaves dwindling paths for Biden's climate mission

"The Supreme Court's ruling on climate change is sparked intense reaction and signs of potential litigation AP correspondent Norman hall reports The Supreme Court's decision limiting the authority of the Environmental Protection Agency to broadly regulate pollution by power plants as sparks celebration and consternation West Virginia attorney general Patrick morrisey was among Republican AGs who sued the Biden administration over its efforts to combat the effects of global warming We beat them this time and were prepared to do it again and again and again California governor Gavin Newsom called the court's ruling and comprehensible You don't believe in climate change You got to believe your own eyes come to California Washington governor Jay inslee says states will now have to step forward with laws to regulate pollution Russian state is not going to allow climate change to swallow our state President Joe Biden issued a state but saying the fight against climate change will carry forward Norman hall Washington

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If Not for Donald Trump, Roe v. Wade Would Still Be Intact

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:21 min | 1 d ago

If Not for Donald Trump, Roe v. Wade Would Still Be Intact

"John zamira. You were just making the point, which I've made in the past. If it were not for Donald Trump, roe V wade would have not been overturned. If it were not for Donald Trump, Kavanaugh would not have made it through, the nonsense, the evil lies that they put up against him. He would have been forced to withdraw his nomination even though these were totally unsupported lies. They would have said, well, it's the good of the country. That's what the Republican establishment, the rhinos, the so called moderates. That's what they exist for. They are surrender buckets. It is their job when the Democrats start cheating at basketball to lose gracefully to the globe products, like the Washington generals used to. It is the job of Republicans like George Bush and McCain and Romney and Adam kinzinger and Liz Cheney. Their job is to turn over our institutions and our power and our wealth in our country to our enemies in a gracious way. They are the Vichy government that Hitler put in charge of France. They are there to pretend to represent us and pretend to protect us while in fact enforcing the Nazis will on us and making us feel like they're on our side.

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Thinking Big With Mike Cernovich

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:43 min | 1 d ago

Thinking Big With Mike Cernovich

"Mike, what do you have to say to some Republicans that are still kind of very focused on, let's just say non controversial issues, corporate taxes, regulatory reform isn't a lesson post roe versus wade being overturned now is the time for us to think big to go for the impossible. I mean, the conventional orthodoxy is that you're right, no one thought this was possible. We've talked about that over the last, you know, over the last week in particular, so where do we go from here? What is the ethos of the conservative movement be then? Well, the bank movement here culturally is that the Christians within the conservative movement were always looked down upon by real Republicans. They never really liked the Christians, they tolerated them to win. And Josh Holly had a profound observation because he understands that he's lived in both worlds, right? He's gone to elite law schools. He was, I believe, a Supreme Court clerk. He's traveled in both of those worlds, right? And he realized how looked down upon Christians are amongst all of these big business Chamber of Commerce. So called conservatives. So the lesson here is that the real Christians don't need the Chamber of Commerce people, right? You have to make an adjustment now of who has the power and I say that not as a negative way to abuse power, but you have to look at who actually matters and who doesn't. And these people who think that elections are about whether or not the marginal tax rate is going to be 18% or 15%. You're along for the ride with these other people. You're not the ones dictating the agenda anymore. So I think what you have to do here is you have to press the advantage hard and you have to remind these people, look, we did all this without you. We all remember the 2016

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The Economy Is What's Driving Voters to the Polls

The Officer Tatum Show

02:03 min | 1 d ago

The Economy Is What's Driving Voters to the Polls

"Right now as it stands, Donald Trump is the FrontRunner in my mind. He's the front ready for president. I'm sick of the drama that surrounds Donald Trump because of these leftist dickies. He can't stand them. I'm sick of them crying every day about him. But at the end of the day, I still want him to be the president. Now I will say that there's people that I've talked to in the lounge and people that are Democrats and never trumpers and they said that they'll vote for desantis and they wouldn't vote for Donald Trump. I want to know what you guys think about that. We posed this question on the show before, but I really want to know what you guys think if you want to call in and give some insight. We did a poll on my YouTube channel. And I'm going to look it up so I can get the accurate and accurate number of how many people actually participated in the poll, let me see community tab, look at the poll. We did a poll, it says, who do you want? To be the chosen Republican candidate to run for president in 2024. We had a 127,000 people participate in the poll. Obviously, 100%, maybe 99% of these people are conservative. But 55% of people said they wanted Donald Trump. 40% said they wanted Ron DeSantis. We did another. We did a few other polls on here. Just so you guys could be aware of what the people are thinking, especially on the YouTube channel. And these are significant amount of people on a poll. I mean, all of these are over 100,000 people polled. One of the things was, and I know some of you guys may have comments about this. What issue do you think would drive voters to the poll most in this year's midterm election? Gun laws, apportioned economy, social issues, other. 90% of people said that the economy, inflation gas prices and stocks. 90% out of a 153,000 people, they voted that the biggest thing that's going to make them turn out in the midterms is the economy.

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Caller John: Why the Left REALLY Supports Planned Parenthood

The Officer Tatum Show

01:39 min | 1 d ago

Caller John: Why the Left REALLY Supports Planned Parenthood

"John. Welcome to the outside of the show. Hey, Brandon. First time caller. Then listen to your show ever since it came on sale and I love your show. One of the things that nobody seemed to talk about is the Democrat party, why they're supporting Planned Parenthood. So strongly. And it's because they're taking tax dollars and they're funding Planned Parenthood and then Planned Parenthood in return is then sending money back to the DNC and all these people that are Democrats. So all these Democrats are getting funded through our tax dollars, whether we like it or not. And this is a big problem. And then what ends up happening is once these people decide that they're going to go out and retire because we've got a bunch of Democrats and even some Republicans that have decided to pull the plug and leave, they get to keep all those tax donations. Those donations that people have sent into them. And they get to keep that free and clear as if it was just money earned. We've got a problem in this country. And some of these laws that these politicians have created to benefit themselves personally is what's destroying this country. John, thank you so much for the call and I couldn't agree with you more. These people are crooked. I think that Donald Trump exposed that. If Donald Trump didn't do anything else, he exposed how crooked these people

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Report of Mass Rape in Ukraine by Russian Military

Mark Levin

01:27 min | 1 d ago

Report of Mass Rape in Ukraine by Russian Military

"The Russian military is committing so many Abuses It's even impossible to catalog I have a piece here I can't even read it to you About the mass rape that's taking place in Ukraine How come it's not discussed by the puke noids and their hemorrhoids in the media When the Republican Party were in the Democrat party They targeted with a long distance missile a maw with a thousand people in it There are tens of thousands of Ukrainians who have been forcibly moved How do you crane it into Russia In the past Russia has used people like that at slave labor camps Including tens of thousands of children In this bizarre alliance unintended but nonetheless reality Between the put noids and their hemorrhoids and Joe Biden and his hemorrhoids that the bizarre combination is just repudiating It's repulsive

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Lucia Navarro Joins Jim Hanson to Discuss Latino Values

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:50 min | 1 d ago

Lucia Navarro Joins Jim Hanson to Discuss Latino Values

"So we have a member of a new organization that I am very thrilled to introduce you if you haven't heard of them called americano media that is speaking from a conservative viewpoint to the Latino community and joining us now is Lucia Navarro and award winning journalist from americano and Lucia. I'm glad we finally got you on it was my fault, but good to hear from you. It is a pleasure. Thank you, Jennifer the invitation. We're very happy to be with you and very happy to share the news of poor American. What is a purpose with all the communities? And the whole community there in the United States. Well, and that's just it. You guys are speaking in Spanish, which we have historically been bad at. You know, I mean, most Americans know exactly none languages were marginally competent in English. But now we've got people in their own language hearing the views that mirror their beliefs, mirror their their beliefs in God and country and entrepreneurship and all that. So tell us tell us how it's going at americano media. I know, I know it's going well. I want to hear how well. Well, it is very well let me tell you, because as you just said, we explained Latinos. The real views of the politics in the U.S., we do not believe that all Latinos are Democrats because they think that they are the parties that are going to really fight for them. We do not believe that. And we're sure that many Latinos are just blind. I mean, they don't understand that the values that we share is Latinos. Those that we were raised with are Republican

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Jim Hanson and Corey DeAngelis Chat About School Choice

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:29 min | 1 d ago

Jim Hanson and Corey DeAngelis Chat About School Choice

"Now let's talk about the other big win. State of Arizona, the money follows the kids, laid out for us, Cory. Yeah, so the victory in Arizona is the biggest school choice victory in U.S. history. Every single family, regardless of income, regardless of background, will be able to take their kids state funded education dollars to the education provider of their choosing. That could be a public school, a private school, a charter school, or a home based education option. With this victory, Arizona cements itself as the number one state for school choice. And when governor doocy of Arizona signs this bill into law, which he is expected to do soon, he'll essentially be walking up to governor desantis of Florida and snatching out of his hands, the school choice championship belt of the U.S.. Look, ducey's been a leader in school choice. We all know this. This is friendly competition and more Republican state governors should follow the lead of doocy and desantis and go all in on school choice. Now is the time to do it. Support for educational freedom is at an all time high and defenders of the status quo are on defense. We saw this with Terry McAuliffe. We saw this with the national school boards association who tried to label parents as domestic terrorists for pushing back at school board meetings about curriculum. Well, since then, over the past half a year, 26 states have already left the national school boards association. We might as well call them the regional school boards association.

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 Judge temporarily blocks Kentucky’s near-total abortion ban

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 d ago

Judge temporarily blocks Kentucky’s near-total abortion ban

"Judges across the country have been weighing in on whether state constitutions allow abortions after the Supreme Court last week overturned roe V wade A judge in Kentucky is temporarily blocked that states nearly total ban on abortions While in Florida judge says hill temporarily stop a 15 week ban from taking effect The rulings pause so called trigger laws which were designed to take effect after the high court ruled to end federal constitutional protections for abortions Florida Republican governor Ron DeSantis says his state will appeal In other states there have been disputes involving abortion bans that have been on the books for generations but never enforced The flurry of activity has caused confusion and

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Caller: Trump Was the 1st President Who Did What He Said He Would Do

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:27 min | 1 d ago

Caller: Trump Was the 1st President Who Did What He Said He Would Do

"I just wanted to mention you talk about the Republican versus Democrat. Honestly, I think deep down Republicans want exactly the same thing as the Democrat. They just want to say it. You know, Biden and mister Trump both have some very good qualities about them. They will tell you what they're going to do and do what they tell you they don't do. And that said, mister Trump is the first president and I can remember actually did what he said he was going to do. First Republican president. Ronnie, he did everything and he could to make things move forward, but he was fighting the entire time, I just wish he had had I wish it had the Congress to back him up rather than chasing all these ghosts. Well, the problem is, Ronnie, that you got this big swamp. You've got the deep state. A lot of people don't realize that there are a lot of Republicans in that swamp too. A lot of Republicans in the Jeep state. And you're right, I do think that the establishment Republicans and the Democrats work in cahoots, so we certainly saw that under the gun grab legislation that John cornyn pushed through, we're going to see that with the Amnesty push that's going to be coming that corn in is going to support no doubt about that. And Donald Trump came in and he blew all of that up and that's why they hate him and that's why they're trying to destroy the man.

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Joe Biden Wants to Eliminate the Filibuster to Codify Abortion

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:24 min | 1 d ago

Joe Biden Wants to Eliminate the Filibuster to Codify Abortion

"Is ramping up a press conference. And he is now threatening to abolish the filibuster so they can codify abortion. Cut number one please. Most important thing to be clear about is we have to change, I believe we have to codify roe V wade in the law and the way to do that is to make sure that Congress votes to do that. And if the filibuster gets in the way, it's like voting rights, it should be, we provide an exception for this, the required exception of the filibuster for this action to deal with the street purchases. You watch what's going to happen here, folks. They're going to try to do this. Also, they're going to try to pack the court. Look, these Democrats are unhinged right now, and this is a dangerous place for the country to be in Biden and they understand that their policies have completely failed. They know the only thing that could possibly could possibly muster support would be to go toe to toe with the Republicans on codifying abortion and then stacking the court. It's not going to work because as we also know, the polling shows that most people don't really care about this issue at all. So the Biden administration's about to put this country on a very, very dangerous path. Meanwhile,

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"republican" Discussed on Hysteria

Hysteria

04:22 min | 3 months ago

"republican" Discussed on Hysteria

"Expert. Expert. So I want to start with a story where we can kind of start a little bit lighter and then I'm going to get into the heavier one. So are you familiar with what Kim Kardashian recently said about Americans work ethic? I did. I saw the quote, I saw a meme all over the place, that was the extent to which I was exposed to it. I didn't have any. All I want is Kardashian out of context. So that's how I live my Internet life is a Kardashian quote out of context. I don't feel like this one really needs code. No content. There is no context that would make a billionaire saying nobody wants to get their asses up and work. Do your ass up at work. What was your reaction? Did you expect her to say something like that? Do you think she said the quiet part loud? Of course. I feel like every billionaires like bootstraps mentality, they're not gonna be like, I was handed this money and I made more money off of all the money that I was handed. So I'm like, it fits in with their entire sort of brand of just being like, yeah, that they worked very, very extra hard for the billions of dollars that they had. So I'm not surprised by this. Whatsoever. I didn't think she was going to have some sort of nuanced critique of capitalism. And she did, I'd be like, wow. She's incredible. She is a lawyer. She is a lawyer. I mean. Yeah. She passed the baby bar, which allows her to take the regular bar, I think. I don't think she's a practicing lawyer. I don't think I don't think she's licensed. I think that she just is now entitled to take the bar in California. I just saw an interview where she was talking about how Pete has her name branded on him. I saw that. She discussed how he has a tattoo that said, my girl is a lawyer. So she's enough of a lawyer that her boyfriend had it put on his skin forever, I guess. I guess most lawyers do that, right? They do that to their partners. I think that's what they all do. Yeah. I know a woman who's a defense attorney who has a giant tattoo that says not guilty on her arm. And yes, it is kind of badass..

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"republican" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

06:04 min | 7 months ago

"republican" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

"You with us today. What going on? The government's not going to shut down, though, a Republicans decided to collude with the Democrats and they're going to keep spending like drunken sailors. A little breaking news are coming out of that shooting. Not that one. The other one, this one in Michigan, Oakland county, Michigan. That terrorist they're calling it a terrorist attack. They're charging the kid with one count of terrorism. Now we're getting word the parents are being charged. The mom and the dad of the suspect in the shooting. Horrible story, and they're releasing some new details. So what started all of this show, there had been some sort of an incident earlier in the day where a teacher found something found a note. On the desk of the shooter, a kid by the name of Ethan crumbly. So the teacher saw the note became so alarmed that she actually took a photograph of the note. What was on the note? Well, it turned out that the kid had drawn a handgun, pointing at the words, quote the thoughts won't stop, help me. The road also included a section with a drawing of a bullet with the words blood everywhere. Okay, so at that point, it just seems to me that you would be calling the police, you would be calling school security, you'd be doing something. So according to the prosecutor, the parents of the kid, the gunmen were summoned to the school. The suspect had apparently changed the note before it was retrieved by a counselor. Now, the parents, James and Jennifer crumbly, were shown the drawing, and they were told that they had to get their son into counseling within 48 hours. The prosecutor says the parents fail to ask their son if he had his gun with him or where his gun was located. And they also failed to inspect his backpack for the presence of a gun, and now the prosecutor is telling us that they believe the gun was in the backpack all along. Now, I know they're charging the parents, but it seems to me the schools should bear some responsibility here too. You would think that somebody would have thought, hey, this kid is a lunatic. This kid is something's wrong with this kid. Let's make sure that there's nothing in his backpack before we send him back into the school. You would think, but nobody bothered to do that. The parents, according to the reporting of CNN, the parents resisted the idea of their son leaving the school and they left without him. And he was returned to the classroom. Well, folks, again, if you're going to charge mom and dad with a crime, and I don't disagree, I think clearly, these parents should face charges. And we'll get into more of that in just a second. The prosecutors very upset very upset and says that the case is egregious, the prosecutor Karen MacDonald says I have tremendous compassion and empathy for parents who have children struggling. I am by no means saying that an active shooter situation should always result in a criminal prosecution against the parents, but the facts of this case are so egregious. You know, none of this really made sense because if you remember right after the kid was arrested, you had the reports of mom and dad saying telling the kid don't say anything shut up, don't talk to anybody we're getting attorneys. The prosecutor goes on to say this doesn't just impact me as a prosecutor and lawyer, it impacts me as a mother. The notion that a parent could read those words and also know their son had access to a deadly weapon that they gave him is unconscionable. And I think it's criminal. So look, the parents gave the kid a gun. According to the reporting, the gum was just laying out the house. It wasn't. Now, if you're a mom or a dad, and look, I don't have kids. So I can't answer this question with I don't have any knowledge of this. I don't have any experience of this. But if you're a parent, and you've got a kid who's wandering around the house, dressed in all black and a mood, you know, writing and drawing these horrible things. What would you not be with that not give you pause for concern? Say, wait a second. Something's not quite right here. What's going on? But more importantly, if you are a gun owner and I do know something about this, you always secure your weapons in your house. You typically have a gun safe for a gun vault, and you keep your weapons, locked up. So they're just not randomly laying about. Apparently this was not the case in the crumbly household. We understand the parents are expected to be arraigned on charges. Four counts of involuntary manslaughter. That's going to happen later this afternoon. By the way, when the parents realized, no, this is what so according to the reporting of CNN and this is fascinating. So when the parents got word of the shooting, the mother sent her son at a text message, urging him to stop. How did you know it was him? That's what I'm trying to get at. That doesn't make any sense. So that leads me to believe that the prosecutor has Intel that the parents knew what was about to happen..

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"republican" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:50 min | 7 months ago

"republican" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

"And as we learned yesterday, with all of these Senate Republicans, they are more than willing more than willing to spend money like drunken Democrats. So if we're not going to, if we're not going to have a party that stands up for social issues. If we're not going to have a political party that defends our personal civil liberties. If we're not going to have a party that is physically conservative, what is the difference between the Republican Party and the Democrat party? What is the difference? And based on their behavior, over the past couple of weeks, is this going to impact your support of Republicans? Folks, it's beyond my understanding. Why they would do this, the Republican Party. They are they are literally trying to throw the midterm elections. And I have to imagine a lot of you are out there and you're discouraged, you're disappointed and you're frustrated. It is a, it's a moral defeat. And I just, it, they've got to get their act together. The only thing I can recommend is that you primary every single one of the Republicans, first of all, who voted to sacrifice your privacy, and a primary, every Senate Republican, who is spending like a drunken sailor. We got to take a break here. 8 four four 747 88 68, we are opening up the phone lines. That's 8 four four 747 88 68. Our website is Todd stern's dot com. A lot of stuff, a lot of stuff going on today. We're going to get to it along with your calls, our website, Todd starnes dot com great information.

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"republican" Discussed on Trumpcast

Trumpcast

07:51 min | 10 months ago

"republican" Discussed on Trumpcast

"Host. Jason johnson generation after leaders colin powell inspired african american conservatives to embrace the gop some of the most visible black republicans now are extremists and blowhards. Who are chasing the support of trump voters. What happened and what's the way forward. There was a time when you know. Blacks voted ninety ten republican. And we squandered that the future of black republican leadership coming up on a word with me. Jason johnson stay with us. Welcome to award a podcast about race in politics and everything else. I'm your host jason johnson. Once upon a time the republican party was the default choice of millions of black american voters and the political home for black leaders but for decades. The party of lincoln has embraced the most reactionary policies and statements on race leaving many conservative black americans without apolitical home. And just in the last fifteen years. The most prominent black republican has changed from elder statesman. Colin powell to this guy like it or not slavery was legal and so their property. Their legal property was taken away from them after the after the civil war. So you could make an argument that the people that are old reparations and not only just black people but also the people whose quote property close quote was taken away after after the end of the civil war. that's radio host. Larry elder who is leading the republican pack in a bid to become california governor and the upcoming recall election in the meantime black republican and former football star herschel walker as announced his long shot candidacy for senator in georgia even though he lives in texas but they're still black republicans who want to make the party credible again amongst black voters. One of those leaders is michael steele. He wants served as lieutenant governor in maryland and briefly as chairman of the republican national committee. He's currently a political analyst for msnbc and host of the man of steel podcast. Michael steele joins us now. Welcome to a word. Hey man what's the word. I'm just gonna start off with this. I mean just purely from a strategic standpoint. And i think this is you know one of the things i appreciate about you. The most michael is that you have a very good mind for just plain old campaign and political strategy. And i think that's important for people to understand like you know what it takes to win. You know how to make good commercials. I've talked in the past. How rafael warnock's commercial with the dog. The puppy was based on one of your campaign as from ten twelve years ago. You know what you're talking about. So when you look at. Larry elder who's trying to become the governor of california and you look at herschel walker. Who's trying to become the republican nominee and therefore when the senate seat against warnock in georgia will think their chances are just just overall five thousand miles away strategy. What do you think these guys. Chances are on both of these races. Well let's start with georgia. You know i think herschel walker certainly okay so the thinking of a lot of white republicans. It's going to be all. Let's put the black man up against the black man and so that that will create some of its own juice. So much reminds me of when i was elected chairman. The dan was elected. I was walking through the hall and one of the members came up to me and she gave me a big hug in this big smile on her face and she said i'm so excited and i said well thank you. She's a yeah now. Black folks will will vote republican. I went maybe. I'm not a five for this is not how that works. Sorry that's the mindset. So i think for herschel who has an enormous amount of baggage from his own public statements in tweets over the past few years so the doubling down on the big lie and things like that. It's going to be a challenge for him but you know he's got the blessing. I believe of a lot of the party. Folks and former president trump. That's going to help him get maybe the nomination and then wore. Not i think cleanses clock in general so republicans are sort of grasping at straws with candidates leg herschel walker and i'll be straight up about california california's all on the democrats. There's no way in heaven or hell that they should find themselves with their governor now struggling to hold this seat against a black conservative rush limbaugh radio style talk show host who has no idea how to govern the state of california. Why do these folks thing that they're going to put a guy who runs his mouth all day in a chair. That's going to have to make these decisions about how to how to spend the very very finite dollars of the tax payers which programs to prioritize. This brothers already come out talking about well. We just going to open up the state. No mass mandates no no vaccine requirements. So he's going to affect the population and then wonder why the hospitals overrun. And here's the rub when he runs for reelection a year from now. Do you think. Larry elder is going to get reelected governor of california. So what will this last. Twelve months have been about absolutely nothing michael. It seems like in the last ten years. We're down to a point where one of the only credible black republicans who is an actual elected official. Is tim scott. What's tim scott's immediate future. Because i see him in nikki haley. Everybody's gonna talk about them as potential vp picks. But i don't see them being on a ticket in two thousand twenty four for the republican party. So where's tim scott go. He's the most prominent black face left on a party. You know tem arguably can can write his own ticket. Everybody's point money into his coffers right. now he's raising more money than most republicans you know. He's quote leading on criminal reform. He's you know criminal justice reform. But you you're right. There's going to be a lot of talk about him. Not only being on the ticket but being the top of the ticket as a potential on but scott is not going to run against a donald trump for the office. I mean we. He's already shown he's not prepared to fight donald trump. he won't fight donald trump. But i think for him. it's going to be. He's going to have to reconcile a number of things because the reckoning that a lot of african american politicians are having to come to grips with this goes back to california. And the crazy. That's going there with elder is the black communities voice it does not sound the same as it has in the past on these big civil rights issues. Now you know it's like we're going to declare our history. We're going to declare our moment. Black lives matter. We're going to. We're going to make the country wreck income to reckon with us. And i don't hear a whole lot of black politician speaking to that route to take a short break. We come back more on the future of black republicans and black politicians in general. This is a word with jason johnson. Stay tuned this. Is jason johnson hall civil word snakes podcast about race in politics and everything else. I wanna take a moment to welcome our new listeners. If you've discovered a word and like what you hear. Please subscribe rate in review wherever you listen to podcasts. And let us know what you think. By writing at.

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"republican" Discussed on PM Mood

PM Mood

05:26 min | 11 months ago

"republican" Discussed on PM Mood

"Much like who was. Prince explores the life of prince and his influences remmy. Martin joins with international music star. Usher in team up for excellence. The film exploring the history of music culture. Koniak see the film at team up for excellence. Dot com remmy. Martin koniak forty percent alcohol by volume imported by remy-cointreau usa. New york new york please drink responsibly. Good morning peeps and welcome. Okay f daily with meet your girl. Danielle moody recording live from the brooklyn. Bunker folks this has been one of the most obscene news cycles. I have seen in quite some time. And i will say this. Why is it obscene. Will one you know. I have been getting some pushback on social media after the announcement of new york governor cuomo resigning in two weeks he no longer be governor of new york. He had finally succumbed to the pressure. Placed on him by the democrats In new york and across the board. I knew once biden had weighed in on the issue that he was going to their for resign. And here's my issue with this. And i said this on social media and people are like oh my god like clearly your four a sexual harassment and assault of women. No the fuck. I am not but what i did say is this democrats always resign. Always we go after our own harder than we do our opponents we had a rapist as president of the united states and another one on the supreme court. Nothing ever happens to republicans. Nothing and the pushback. That i'm getting is a lot where folks are just you know well. We have higher standards than we have morals. I don't think that people fucking get the fact that you cannot have a democracy that is supposed to have a strong two party system and only have one party that goes after their own and each their young as opposed to turning on the hoses right on the republican fucking party and am. I saying that cuomo should not have resigned absolutely not but i'm saying where the fuck is the energy for matt gaetz. Where's the energy. For the trump investigation and indictments rolling down on him on clark on bar on sessions right like where the fuck is that energy you know. And it's just. It's infuriating to me that we will go after people within our own party with fury an energy that we do not give people who frankly tried to have their fucking colleagues killed in the septa in the january insurrection..

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"republican" Discussed on Trumpcast

Trumpcast

05:25 min | 11 months ago

"republican" Discussed on Trumpcast

"There's a wink wink involved in a way that they just kinda weren't willing to do pre cova vid Because it used to be a real pillar of republicanism like we're not gonna deficit spend on infrastructure but we'll deficit spend on tax cuts was sort of that. That was where the republican party was at whereas. Now it's like okay. There's a little bit more room to fudge on this stuff. I think it also helps that again. A lot of guys just realized they need the spending at this point to fix up their home states. When we come back. We'll the senate be able to pull off this multi-track scheme. even before. this week's bipartisan. Bill moved to the senate floor. Attention had started to shift. Because it's still a little unclear if the moderate democrats who negotiated so hard over infrastructure are going to play ball with reconciliation bill. The rest of their party says they need next the price tag for that legislation. It could go as high as three point five trillion dollars senators cinema and mansion have already signaled that that's a little rich for their blood. This joe manchin just this weekend. Can you guaranteed ao. See that reconciliation. Package will pass the senate because her concern. Is that this infrastructure. Bill might be bipartisan. But its scaled back so much. It's not as bold as it should be. What the country needs. Can you guarantee her that. Reconciliation package will pants. Really guarantee anybody you know and i have not guaranteed anybody on any of these pieces of legislation. We would like to do more. Yeah you can do what you can pay for. This is paid for our infrastructure bills all paid for we don't have a debt or we're gonna incur more debt and filling onto it and on the other as far as reconciliation..

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"republican" Discussed on Trumpcast

Trumpcast

05:43 min | 11 months ago

"republican" Discussed on Trumpcast

"I guess what's a little bit frustrating watching this is. We're actually seeing these zone of agreements where reasonable people can get together and make progress. It's just that it's happening on the backdrop of this all encompassing culture war between the democratic and republican parties. That's leading to the degradation of things like voting rights and creating this spectre about what's going to happen in the next election and if you know what crazy things Gop controls states might do and real fears about you know what could actually happen to the integrity of the electoral process. You know the culture wars. What's creating these just massive existential fears about the future of the country and also the fact that republicans still don't seem to be willing to go far even close to far enough on climate change. However those are sort of the big overriding problems and then yet you can. Kind of see in these bipartisan bills. What a sort of functioning moderate government might look like if there were these other bigger issues. It's striking to me listening to you and thinking about this strategy of having all these bills where you kind of stuff in pieces of what you want to get done. How much this is a former senators strategy. You know what. I mean like listening to you talk. I feel like this is so joe biden to operate in this way and to sort of get your priorities into a bunch of different bills and have one be really bipartisan. It just seems like it's a function of the fact of where he came from. Yeah i think there's some of that know. The white house definitely was hands on legislating. And so yeah. I think you do see a little bit of the former senators touch. I'm willing to admit that. It looks like i will probably be proven wrong About whether anything can get done on a bipartisan basis..

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"republican" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics

Dumb, Gay Politics

07:48 min | 1 year ago

"republican" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics

"We will send joe biden andy. Fake news media. There's a lot of people back. look at that. How popular am i look at that. Look at that look at that. No one's do you miss me. They missed me. The news definitely misses you. That's clear the way that the white house press is acting. They do miss you. The ball the news outlets one hundred percent miss you because they don't know how to act anymore. Fox news however has gone off the rails. We never thought that would happen there. Even lying there the blatancy. And that's not a word but the blatancy of the lies is beyond the pale. And it's going to be interesting to see what happens with them because they too are divided like the republican party fox news is like half of them are now like you know old hannity and trumper in their friend fight right and so they're trying to figure out you know where the line is going to be drawn and it would be nice. Yeah we're we're looking for the just to accelerate the whole thing. I am i think for myself well and we feel it's important to play this and make sure that we all know about this and not pretend that trump isn't giving rallies and not pretend that these people don't exist and that we are divided country and it isn't divided in a non minor way like this is half the country so democrats need to wake up. Smell the fucking white supremacy and wake up democrat. There's so do republicans. I i feel like. I feel like there's an existential thing happening where like let's say for example with all due the catholic church. You know everybody knows. The catholic church is molesting six ways to sunday's they're hiding molesters they're enabling molesters is basically called the molested church. And that's what's going on but like the republican party who have always been the party of white supremacy and they enable white supremacists and they enable you know racist laws and an a racist justice system and systemic racism throughout the entire country and everyone of our institutions. What they had in common was that they don't stand up. The catholic church hasn't stand up and give rallies and church sermons about molesting and how great molesting is and how they need to be free to molest right and republicans didn't used to give those kinds of rallies either. Everything was swept under the rug and it was all schimdt. Sham fake bullshit that we all allowed to be spoon fed. While we're just sitting there going you see what he says homophobic. I don't know. And now they've stopped doing it and it's like he's here to be face of white grievance and it's no longer going to be a thing where somebody i'm sorry. I do apologize for using the catholic church's example. I know a lot of people are catholics. And one of my best friend is one and like a card carrying practicing into it. But it's like you can stay in a situation in an institution that has such a dark painful past and present just so long as everybody who you're talking to is pretending they don't have anything to do with it right at the minute. Everybody around you is like no. No this is what we do listing. What do you mean than they are going to be. Forced to fucking pick aside pick aside. You're not going to sit around and get to be like no no no. I'm not that kind of republican new. Yes you are. Yes you are exactly okay so miami. Since it's your birthday week it reminded me about when we got yanni magic spoon cereal. Oh for his birthday. Because we just hung out with johnny we went to many pride event. A star studded pride event. And i was thinking like all of the wonderful stories that johnny told us about secret eating the magic spoon in his car. Because was hoarding it for any visitors. That might come over and try to have some of his magic spoon race now. We got johnny the variety pack. Because they've got so many good like childhood delight flavors at magic spoon. If you're not on the train your honestly you can't be one of our regular fourteen listeners. If you haven't tried magic spoon because it is absolutely the revelation of the century. It is tasty sugary tasting. Childhood cereal accepted. It has zero grams of sugar. Thirteen to fourteen grams of protein and only four net grams of carbs in each serving. There's only a hundred and forty calories in a serving and that is really good for people like us who eat five star banks and that's still not a lot of calories. You're trying to diet as we are. And i know everyone sick of hearing it but the thing is is the calorie deficit ship to go into the calorie deficit. You also have to eat food. That has nutrients in it. You can't eat them. T- food that we all love like chips and alcohol. That's our favorite foods and coca cola. And the thing is with magic spoon. It is so nutrient dense and it has so much protein that when you eat it really does fill you up. Yes you need to eat protein. After you're working out. I don't even care if you walked outside your house. Lifted one way said. I'm hot. I'm done for the day. You better go inside and have a bowl of magic spoon and it still counts as having your protein it's still counts as a workout. It's kito friendly gluten free grain free soy free low car gelo free because we're not trying to gmo's ever yup and we've got johnny the variety pack as a gift and now we are. We're having this revelation because we are currently shopping for one of our best. Friends leah black and the thing that comes up is what do you get for the you know the woman and the man her husband right. Who have everything and their son. Rj what do you get for the family. That has everything. They're filthy fucking rich. that's why we love them. And you know you get for the person that has everything magic spoon cereal. Yes it's we're getting. I'm literally the minute this is over. I'm ordering for rj. Because rj's their son he's going off to college. He's totally in a teenage royd. Rage moment he works out every day right now every day. Two hours a day in. He is very getting his dry fine very fit. He can't handle an anyone is skinny fat so he doesn't like to lay eyes on wa or wa. He's just really really really into his buff muscles and being buff and eating buff and living buff and it's like what are we supposed to get this little fuck race. He's going off to like miami university or university of miami. Whatever it's called and we're gonna get him. The magic spoon and his mind is going to explode. And you know we're we're going to give it to them right at his home gym. That he has said is now collecting dust. Because he's at his high-dollar expensive jam. He actually doesn't even go to the most baller jim because they're seriously workout exactly. And which is and. What he doesn't know is that i'm going to be taking over his his jim jim his home job. Where i'll be working out and it's going to be buffon buffon off we're gonna put exactly like we did for johnny. We're gonna leave it in the magic spoon. We're gonna get variety pack up and we're gonna get blueberry which tastes like captain crunch smooth vary tastes like count smashing blueberry..

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"republican" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"republican" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Brought to you by orkan pest control. Don't let bugs ruin the moment. Oregon home is where the bugs aren't how republicans have packed the courts for years by jackie coms comes as the white house editor for the los angeles times. She is the author of dissent the radicalization of the republican party and its capture of the court. While republicans lately have been attacking democrats for plotting to pack the federal courts with like minded judges. Their party has been doing it for years through bare knuckle. Tactics in the senate and animated base of voters and an institutionalized and well funded pipeline for judges republicans have stock to the federal bench at all levels with conservatives who share the right support for whacking at the wall between church and state and the powers of federal regulatory agencies banning abortion and expanding gun rights republicans ruthless success in the judicial. Wars is most evident on the highest court in the land as the supreme court with its new six to three conservative majority ends. Its term this month. The question for court watchers isn't whether it will rule in a conservative way. It's how far reaching. Will those rulings be the courts. Bent was perhaps most evident in its decision last month to review mississippi law generally barring abortions after the fifteen th week of pregnancy after to lower courts ruled the statute plainly violated supreme court precedents that the constitution protects a woman's right to have an abortion until a fetus is viable. The case will be decided in the courts next term that starts in october last week. The court ruled in favor of a catholic agency that refused to place foster children with same sex couples. Though it's unanimous opinion turned on a technicality not on conservatives favouritism of christians. Religious liberty yes. The court voted seven to two to uphold obamacare barack obama's signature healthcare law yet this third challenge from republicans was so weak that the ruling was little surprise future cases pose opportunities for the supreme court's conservative. Six pack. Not only to roll back abortion rights but also to expand gun rights promote freedom of religious expression even in cases of discrimination curtail affirmative action as well as regulators powers to enforce laws for clean air and water.

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"republican" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"republican" Discussed on Radio Boston

"Gop new allegations from an openly gay republican congressional candidate against a committee member from his own party. Here's candidate jeffrey. Sosa paquet speaking to channel ten. What she was seeking was to anybody using.

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"republican" Discussed on Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"republican" Discussed on Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

"You know we're not having to go through that right now with cannabis. It's getting legalized everywhere. Thank goodness but legalization is just part of the process. The cultural shift that takes place when people start using it with each other in a deliberate way and sharing it in a deliberate way. Like we're talking about that cultural shift. I think will be you know. It's similar to the cultural shift around gender and sexuality. That's happening right now and i think it's very important to make a bad pun. It's a grassroots movement it's You know. I like that pun. You can make that much as you want. what you are. Advocating is a one-two once kind of pure based movement where we just talk to each other a little bit more an with a little more open mindedness. Do you get ridiculed for the idea. I mean it's it when you talk about. It's serious idea but i know some people would see it as ridiculous. Yeah there are definitely people who do And it's kind of a funny idea like if you it's kind of weird to be like. Oh you wanna change the world. Everybody get high That's kind of a silly thing to think At least initially but you know sometimes things that seem silly Can also be really useful and can actually work and so we think that The fact that it is not a huge thing. We're not saying like we need to change all the laws or like. We need to overthrow the government. It's nothing like that. It's just like you said literally all we're saying is reach out to somebody. You think might be interested. Try it with them. Be their friend while you're doing it. And if they like it go for it man to it again and just hang out and be cool. And the reason i think the the real like the catalyst for change is that fundamentally the main insight that will help someone stopped being a republican is making a connection with someone else. Republicans are very disconnected from their fellow human beings as part of like part of the republican identity in some ways..

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"republican" Discussed on Eric Erb Live

Eric Erb Live

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"republican" Discussed on Eric Erb Live

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"republican" Discussed on Eric Erb Live

Eric Erb Live

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"republican" Discussed on Eric Erb Live

"They got trump that when when of the media tells This and that and says something bad back to the president trump says fu. That's what trump does her f you here you know. The media doesn't like that the media can't take that a bunch of whiny pissy mony cry babies and we finally got somebody pushed back. We finally was shown what it's like to be a leader and the globalist globalist cartel they can't control trump. people say were trump might be one of them. Yeah he's probably met with a lot of them Over the years different places had to with real estate deals and different things like that but trump's not one of them they can't control trump. That's the problem that's why they want him out now. The republican party is gone. There's other than there's a couple of them. There is ram paul. I think he's a good guy or not suits. Skews me not rampant. Ted cruz rand paul in the last hours along with lindsey graham and a whole bunch of others they shit right on him but ted cruz stood up. Ted cruz said screw. This ted cruz had a come to jesus meeting if you will. And he said you know this isn't right is constitutional that's what we're talking about constitutional and therefore therefore i'm going to stand up against this bullshit and they didn't listen. They didn't listen. The fix was in. As i've been saying another podcast even before it got started. Okay it didn't matter. It didn't matter what the outcome was. Trump's going to lose regardless even though he won but in there is they fixed it and don't forget I'll have to pull that tape here If i can find that one of nancy pelosi making recording and said one way or another. There's not going to be a second term of trump guaranteed now in somebody makes a statement. Okay like that and they can say. I guarantee you're not going to be around again. Okay you have to use your fucking mind and you say they know something or planning something that i don't know so therefore you need the always keep them in the back of your mind somewhere keep them in your mind and say this rotten loser is going to pull some shit on me so i better have a better have a plan. I better have a plan b. and probably a plan c. to to prepare the these..

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"republican" Discussed on Transition Virginia

Transition Virginia

09:02 min | 2 years ago

"republican" Discussed on Transition Virginia

"He's the Press Secretary for the Virginia Senate Republican Caucus. Hi Jeff Thomas Jeff. Thank you for coming and we also have back with us. Wouldn't Evans of Virginia Public Media? I there hi there. Thanks for dragging me back here. We had to have you. Thanks so jeff as we get started. We've met Whitney today. But can you tell us about yourself? How long have you been with? The Senate caucus was about a decade now and I was with the House caucus before that and In exactly the same role. Been the press secretary for both. Our podcast is about the transition of power. Now in your decade is this every is about the transition of power or just this particular one. That's the theme is the theme of the entire series because that could get pretty dull after a while it's a limited theme. It's limited limited series. Is this guy owns Amazon or something so talk about now you have seen the being in the minority and also being in the majority. Yes explain to people that might not be intimately aware of all this stuff. What is it like to be in the minority after having been in the majority Different I think the biggest change between the two obviously is that you do not have the level of a responsibility for the day to day operations of of the General Assembly which means that your members have a good deal more free time than they did before and when I say free time meaning that they have time to occupy themselves on their own pieces of legislation and making sure that things get passed and get through and also I think the additional time really gets used to critique the legislation of the majority which is what we're there to do you know. The role of the minority is not to help the majority pass legislation the role. The minority is to hold the majority to account. And that's what a good minority does. This is fascinating. How many how many how. Many people are actually listening. Do we have any way to judge? I mean there's few shut in place can't adjust the dial. It's an automatic automatic pushed up. I mean like maybe people's MOMS is that what's really going on here. Is it the show? Our MOMS are very proud. Thank you are they are. I bet they are. I you know I mean we're on Radio. It's not really radio which podcast but it's kind of radio better than radio. It's not better than real radio. Has things like commercial breaks. Real radio has a cough button. Now Whitney and I work in radio actual whether you let me ask you a question the transition. How would you explain the transition that we've seen? Has it been seamless or have there been hiccups? Let me I definitely wouldn't describe it as seamless. I mean there have been obvious issues with things a criticisms of moving a little bit slower a little a little bit like for example relative term. Like for example. The House rules. Yeah House. Rules did not seem to have those about how the Monday after the gunman. How did that go? That went really really great as it took about two hours for most people to get into the building as state workers were stuck outside waiting in line trading jokes with one. Another as they figured out how to work the screeners. There was lots of real good planning that went into that. Or how about for example last Tuesday evening when it took the Senator Virginia until twelve? Forty five to adjourn itself on Crossover Day. And so you'll know the previous year. They got out at four sixteen not to fifty one. Excuse me in the year before that at four sixteen. So let me ask you about major role. Basso the this Virginia Senate did not gavel out. The night of Crossover. Twelve forty five am the following day after midnight almost approaching one. Am Right. That's extreme. While is the exact Septuagenarians. It is so and we should all congratulate. Senators have slot because it was done. Pretty close to his eightieth birthday. Yes he did. He did an absolutely extraordinary job in managing guys out at twelve. Forty eight so the part of this that I'm interested in is like why do you think I didn't mean to Interrupt Whitney? I just couldn't resist look and I just went out that I would really like to hop in a time machine and go back twenty some odd years and see what. The Republican transition was like lucky. You arm here. We brought our time machine with us. I was there and I remember and let me tell you about the first session. You worked with House. Republicans the House Republicans at the time. And let me tell you rip. It was it was. It was now congressman Morgan Griffith then majority leader and not only was successful at completing. All its work for the first time in anybody's memory. Every single bill got a hearing and on top of that. They adjourned that General Assembly. A day early. Yeah I look. Democrats may like government Republicans. Just happen to know how to run it. Ooh fighting words. It's the truth and I mean these example after example of it on the issue of hearing I do find it really interesting that when Republicans were in power. I got the sense that most bills not all. I think there were some in the elbow as chairman of course of justice era. He said we're just not GONNA hearing on this but boy so actually had a press conference about the fact that albo would not here one of her bills and so there are examples of bills not being heard in the republican era however my impression of that general timeframe is that every bill for the most part. I would say ninety. Five percent of bills got a hearing. Well we're actually seeing lots of bills now this year that will receive no hearing at all right but there's a good reason for that the Republicans when they were in the minority and remember the Republicans were in the minority from the time of the formation of the party. There wasn't a period of time when the Republicans had control you know after reconstruction and even then reconstruction for Virginia was not a time of Republican dominance. We have the readjustments which was basically coalition so Republicans had been used to being in the minority for forever. They were an indefinite minority. Well as a result they remembered every single slight that was done to them and as opposed and they did they remembered them all and some of them could recount them. In graphic detail. Harvey Morgan was quite good at that and when they finally got control their goal was was to correct those slides and then to point it out so at the end of that session at the end of the two thousand session which was the first ever. Republican majority session in the House of delegates. Vance Wilkins held a news conference in pointed out. All of the things they had done. That were different. And and how to demonstrate basically that the Democrats had been jerks and that was really the the goal of pointing out. And frankly you know Dickie cranwell is kind of a jerk so I mean he's a nice guy in person three fingers three hours. What is that. What's the three things you're not? You're next three bills are dead will hurt on the floor that he is not like according to legend according to legend and who who is he was holed up three fingers and it didn't matter the next three. Republican bills would die and didn't matter what they were about they could about been about grass cutting they could have been about abortion clinics partisan compromise. They could have been about a bipartisan compromise. That hit that took months to to work together. The next three Republican bill would die and it didn't matter what they were about this Dickey cranwell role three. I actually interviewed Dickey Cranwell and I asked him about this and he denied it. And so there's that of course we giggle about this stuff now but like honestly this is why people so many people hate politics like this shit right here. This is exactly why people hate politics. The why why people don't WanNa get involved because they know stuff like this happens Joe. Of course it happens. It's it's populated by humans. It's units grows and people don't want to. It's no different from being in middle school. What are you talking about ex school? Most of most of our our determinations life or set at that age and we're going to be is set at that age and the pettiness isn't just going to be seen in a legislative body. You can see any workplace in the country you know we..

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"republican" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics

Dumb, Gay Politics

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"republican" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics

"I think the energy and the party in the young people who are Republicans are always more like you live your life. It doesn't mean that they're necessarily pro choice. But if you look at the polling there like the lousy law, let people live themselves going to advocate for that. But I'm also not going to stop you from living your life. And that's where I pretty much come come on these issues. It's like personal freedom personal liberty and not other Teheran's to become a right against And enough. that's why I kind of I think the left has some work to do. So the right. Yes, has will totally knowledge. It's got some of these issues in moralizing some of these issues, but the left is now doing that too. I mean, I was startled. But it totally validated. Things. I've been seeing in feeling on the left, which is there is now this new morality on the left, which says you've you things this way or else you're bad person in we're gonna we're gonna take your taxpayer money to spend in it all these things we think are reporting so costs court test. But yeah, there's the shaming. She said an interview the other day with Anderson Cooper where he was like critiquing some of her state. They're generalizations about how much it would cost do somethings. And her response was it's more important to be morally, right, then factually accurate. And it's like who this? She decided like, but that that opens. Like a specific thing numbers that she said he was like that's not really the number. More important to be morally right about this. I think something we used to critique, and we still critique people on the right for dealing religion. You don't want all these things. Right. Someone who decides I'm the moral police, and I'm going to be my morality lane, the left needs to to self regulate that to do you feel any like with Trump, even though you know, he's anti salvage moment. And he's shaking things up. Do you ever just grossed out? I am or you not there. You know, what I mean like Mitch McConnell is doing what he's doing? And that's the party in the party's whatever Trump is grabbing bliss sees and PM beds and lying in Russia and keep in mind to the media really does have a different standard. I mean, just does at the media academe Lia Hollywood has a different standard for Republicans that does reduc routes. You will never see a notary of Sandra Day O'Connor movie. Even though she was the first female supreme court Justice, but they are. Doing that on Ruth Bader Ginsburg because she fits the model on issues that liberal Hollywood likes and felt they're gonna move up, and and glorify same thing on you know, when it comes to we're we're talking about the George W Bush..

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"republican" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

04:43 min | 3 years ago

"republican" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

"The. When did you move to Kansas two thousand thirteen though I've watched Kansas for very long time actually Patrick Miller teaches political science at the university of Kansas, so longtime observer actually never thought I would end up here. But I did and he came here because he was interested in political parties. What makes a democrat a democrat or Republican Republican turns out Kansas was kind of a great place to do this work. You know, I I would say that when I came here. I already had a background in the politics of stay, and it was very interesting to to actually see a close up. A small state so just by virtue of being political scientist who tweets I end up like having conversations with or coffees with actual elected officials. You want on talk and from all over the political spectrum just want to talk politics. For years. Republicans ruled this state they had to try factor control of both legislative bodies and a Republican governor over those coffees. Patrick would hear stories about how party control was gradually getting more rigid squeezing out moderate voices. What one of the Republicans who don't want to speak for all women, but she'll tell you about going into party of ants. Whether it's local party, or you know, walking into a caucus meeting in the legislature of your colleagues in me mood being called names being history by people who are supposed to be in your party in your allies. Another one of those moderate Republicans a woman has talked pretty openly. I think on social media about stealing threatened by her colleagues Republican colleagues who perhaps have singled her out as a woman, maybe seeing her as weaker, and you know. Same things to her pointing out. How will they're carrying a gun which they do in the Kansas legislature is totally irrelevant comment. Some other conversation hold it will doing legislative work another legislator said to her. I'm carrying a gun. Yeah. Care like said it like an joking kind of way. But that's totally irrelevant comment to the conversation. That's being had even against your painting. This picture of a political party that operates more like the mafia? Politics is like that. And a lot of places. Yeah. But a few weeks back came the first signs that something might change. I a democrat was elected governor. And then two more Kansas lawmakers, leaving the Republican party to become democrat. I am not a Trump Republican not a crisco Bach Republican when Kansas Republican leaders announced they want to scrap the new school funding plan Clayton decided to leave the GOP as such. I knew that I really couldn't be in line with my party anymore, especially on that issue. So I'm done. Over the course of a single week four state legislators all moderates left. The Republican party won by one Patrick says these decisions kind of make sense like who would stay in party that openly rejects you even threatens you, but that what's happening in Kansas tells this bigger story about what a Republican even is for most of our history of we look at how legislators voted polarized parties were really the norm. And it was this new deal too late twentieth century era where you had to relatively centrist parties. That is rather more the exception in American history. So in a sense, maybe we're going back to really where we were for the early part of our public with two party that had released starve policy, visions. They offered us. I'm Mary Harris. And today, we're gonna go a thousand miles due west of Washington and ask what next in Kansas Republican party defections? They all started with one woman who's been in state politics for nearly a decade. We'll talk to our and try to figure out why did you make this choice and an estate Trump won by twenty points. What is your choice say about the future of the Republican party? Stay with us..

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"republican" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

04:43 min | 3 years ago

"republican" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

"The. When did you move to Kansas two thousand thirteen though I've watched Kansas for very long time actually Patrick Miller teaches political science at the university of Kansas, so longtime observer actually never thought I would end up here. But I did and he came here because he was interested in political parties. What makes a democrat a democrat or Republican Republican turns out Kansas was kind of a great place to do this work. You know, I I would say that when I came here. I already had a background in the politics of stay, and it was very interesting to to actually see a close up. A small state so just by virtue of being political scientist who tweets I end up like having conversations with or coffees with actual elected officials. You want on talk and from all over the political spectrum just want to talk politics. For years. Republicans ruled this state they had to try factor control of both legislative bodies and a Republican governor over those coffees. Patrick would hear stories about how party control was gradually getting more rigid squeezing out moderate voices. What one of the Republicans who don't want to speak for all women, but she'll tell you about going into party of ants. Whether it's local party, or you know, walking into a caucus meeting in the legislature of your colleagues in me mood being called names being history by people who are supposed to be in your party in your allies. Another one of those moderate Republicans a woman has talked pretty openly. I think on social media about stealing threatened by her colleagues Republican colleagues who perhaps have singled her out as a woman, maybe seeing her as weaker, and you know. Same things to her pointing out. How will they're carrying a gun which they do in the Kansas legislature is totally irrelevant comment. Some other conversation hold it will doing legislative work another legislator said to her. I'm carrying a gun. Yeah. Care like said it like an joking kind of way. But that's totally irrelevant comment to the conversation. That's being had even against your painting. This picture of a political party that operates more like the mafia? Politics is like that. And a lot of places. Yeah. But a few weeks back came the first signs that something might change. I a democrat was elected governor. And then two more Kansas lawmakers, leaving the Republican party to become democrat. I am not a Trump Republican not a crisco Bach Republican when Kansas Republican leaders announced they want to scrap the new school funding plan Clayton decided to leave the GOP as such. I knew that I really couldn't be in line with my party anymore, especially on that issue. So I'm done. Over the course of a single week four state legislators all moderates left. The Republican party won by one Patrick says these decisions kind of make sense like who would stay in party that openly rejects you even threatens you, but that what's happening in Kansas tells this bigger story about what a Republican even is for most of our history of we look at how legislators voted polarized parties were really the norm. And it was this new deal too late twentieth century era where you had to relatively centrist parties. That is rather more the exception in American history. So in a sense, maybe we're going back to really where we were for the early part of our public with two party that had released starve policy, visions. They offered us. I'm Mary Harris. And today, we're gonna go a thousand miles due west of Washington and ask what next in Kansas Republican party defections? They all started with one woman who's been in state politics for nearly a decade. We'll talk to our and try to figure out why did you make this choice and an estate Trump won by twenty points. What is your choice say about the future of the Republican party? Stay with us..

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