17 Burst results for "Republicandominated Congress"

"republican dominated congress" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"republican dominated congress" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"And i remember <hes> grayson he always was was that he wound up passing saying more legislation in a republican dominated congress than any other member of congress because he was able to you know get republicans on board with some the things he wanted to do now the difference between that and what the blue dogs do is that you know if if you have something you know i don't consider reply partisan when you take some kind of right wing republican talking point and making it into a <hes> a bill and then co-sponsor with republican and that that of course is the purpose of the story that i wrote that <hes> is gonna run later today which is <hes> you know to right. Wing texans got together. One of them is so called democrat. Although he's really a blue dog and <hes> he's never i mean he wasn't even a democrat when he was in the state legislature henry quasar south he was he was the right winger in the state legislature. Who at the time when george bush was the governor of texas. This guy was considered. Bush's closest democratic eric ally <hes> bush used to dry fly him around to stay and hold him up as an example of bipartisanship see. I'm working with the democrats that guy back then and he's not a democrat now. He's just a real republican light blue. I don't know how likely he is. He's a he's a he's a blue who's one of the worst and he got together with <hes> michael mccall <hes> you know a right wing republican and the trump apologist and the neighbor and they put together a bill and they're they're running around own and saying hey we got we got bipartisan. We've got bipartisan and it's really a very very unconstitutional bill. That you know talks about terrorism where you you know they have the they're saying like we're going to stop terrorism with this bill and when you when you get into the bill itself and you look at it more closely you realize that it's not really about terrorism per se it's about <hes> changing definitions of what can be included as terrorism right now. We're all seeing this incredible incredible uprising in hong kong <hes> where people looking for <hes> looking to expand democracy there and to order save the bit of democracy that they still still have and you know the chinese government immediately labeled them as terrorists so so it's a dangerous thing when when you when you do that and really really what they are and mccall doing is trying to trying to say that terrorism now includes <hes> conspiring to harm harm property civically property that has to do with conveyance what they're doing is they're defining <hes> <hes> oil pipelines and gas pipelines so this is something that the the the pipeline ministry has been asking for they've been asking you know the our allies like way are and <hes> and mccall to do something for them so that that when people protest against <hes> pipeline they can <hes> they they you know the the the people who do the protests gets very very very seriously in trouble. That's what the companies wanted and mccall was just waiting for an opportunity and he found the opportunity. You know trying to say this this. Is you know putting onto into terrorism bill. That's what he's trying to do more than anything else. That bill goes after after pipeline protesters. That's what it's all about yeah. There are a lot of other really bad things in the bill. <hes> the bill i i don't believe it could pass <hes> although i'm sure trump would love to sign it but <hes> but but it's it's too awful for for the past but they're running around getting a bunch of conservative democrats and every republican public but a bunch of conservative democrats to say yeah. This looks good to me. <hes> let's wait till after the election <hes> because it could haul..

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"republican dominated congress" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"republican dominated congress" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Are filed by members of the house of representatives, which is the lower chamber of the US congress and voted on that is impeachment part. If the vote is a yes, the case is then sent to the Senate, which is the upper house or chamber there then is a trial where the decision about removal actually occurs. But this has never happened. The bar is set. High two thirds of senators have to agree to removing the president from office. Those who wrote the constitution did not want this to just be used in frivolous way to engage in political revenge or some sort of non serious matter. So give us a time line of impeachment in US history. The first time that we saw it to be done was with Andrew Johnson who assumed the presidency after ABRAHAM LINCOLN was assassinated following the civil war in eighteen sixty five the American government like the country was deeply divided. Over rebuilding the south, and what rights the black population should be given president Johnson himself from the south had been advocating for states rights to uphold slavery and this brought him into conflict with Republican dominated congress. They said they felt he had not faithfully executed his position as president. So it is a political determination. And when we look back on the history of impeachment. We do see that presidents who had unusually acrimonious relationships with congress found themselves subject to impeachment. But political acrimony alone is not enough for a successful impeachment. When we fast forward to President Bill Clinton's impeachment. We see a very different set of scenarios taking place..

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"republican dominated congress" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"republican dominated congress" Discussed on KQED Radio

"There may be a way in which somebody corrupts or dishonors the office. Meaning it may not be legal. It may be moral. It may be about the expectation of what it means to do. Good public service. It's important to note that impeachment doesn't mean removal, it's a two step political process. First charges are filed by members of the house of representatives, which is the lower chamber of the US congress and voted on that is the impeachment pot. If the vote is yes, the case is then sent to the Senate, which is the upper house or chamber there then is a trial where the decision about removal actually occurs. But this has never happened. The bar is set. High two thirds of senators have to agree to removing the president from office. Those who wrote the constitution did not want this to just be used in frivolous way to engage in political revenge or some sort of non serious matter. So give us a time line of impeachment in US history. The first time that we saw it to be done was with Andrew Johnson who assumed the presidency after ABRAHAM LINCOLN was assassinated following the civil war in eighteen sixty five the American government like the country was deeply divided. Over rebuilding the south, and what rights the black population should be given president Johnson himself from the south had been advocating for states rights to uphold slavery and this brought him into conflict with Republican dominated congress. They said they felt he had not faithfully executed his position as president. So it is a political determination. And when we look back on the history of impeachment. We do see that presidents who had unusually acrimonious relationships with congress found themselves subject to impeachment. But political acrimony alone is not enough for a successful impeachment. When we fast forward to President Bill Clinton's impeachment. We see a very different set of scenarios taking place..

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"republican dominated congress" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

08:01 min | 2 years ago

"republican dominated congress" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Wanted to start today because there's been a kind of a hot subject of late along with the market volatility. The first is from Aristotle democracy is the form of government in which we are. We we the free are ruler. So democracy is the form of government in which the free our rulers and the other the second from was from will Rogers, I tell you all politics is apple sauce. Whichever quote best describes your attitude about the upcoming election. The fact remains at on November six we have the privilege to perform our civic duty as citizens of a free country doesn't matter which party you belong to or your political values. I hope you'll take the time out of your day and go vote. And again, the midterms of this Tuesday, and many of you my clients people on the street have been asking me what the markets or the election could mean to the markets. The true answer the direct answer the authentic answers. I don't have a clue I simply do not know so much about what's going on doesn't make sense at times. Have ideas. I have some thoughts. You could say that. They're educated thoughts based on my expertise in the financial world knowing that history desert repeat itself, but it certainly rhymes. But if I'm looking at the markets, you know, I I'd say the market usually dip before midterm election, but rise afterwards typically the markets have not fared, well, during midterm election years, at fact, according to one study in market watch the S and P five hundred average is a nineteen percent decline in the months before midterm haven't had that. They asked me five hundred slightly up for two thousand eighteen the exact number year to date for S and P five hundred is one point eight seven percent. But we've seen a lot of increased volatility in recent weeks is it interest rates is the election. Is it the tariffs? There's lots of many different reasons on why the market's rise and fall in one possible explanation for the trend is because elections are always preceded by uncertainty, which party will control congress. What new policies can we expect what old policies will be rolled out? How would affect your taxes or your healthcare or your budget talking heads earn their living by making predictions of the fact is no one knows what the future will bring until the future becomes the present. On the other hand, the same marketwatch study showed that the s&p five hundred usually climbs an average of thirty one percent in the year after the mid term that's up thirty one percent, I but none of you were thinking that with all the volatility you've had over the last couple of weeks. Have you did you again, it sorta makes sense you think about it after election, the certainty, the uncertainty begins to fade as we gain a better idea of who's in power, and what their policies will be. In fact, the market's often rally after midterm election, historically, the mortgage don't really care which party is in control. Maybe you're passionate conservative. Devoted liberal or sometime or something in between? The fact is the markets aren't as partisan as people those talking has won't kit. Argue they all want which party is going to be better for the markets. And I'm not gonna necessarily get into that today. But history shows while some years rise higher than others, the market tends to rise after an election. No matter which party is in power. The reason is simple in my opinion. All politics, certainly play a role the markets are affected by many things in Washington is not at the top of the list. It's corporate earnings. It's supply and demand. It's interest rates. It's inflation housing employment. And I could go on. But we'll have that they all have a bigger impact on the markets, then whether or not a Republican or Democrats in the White House. Well, it's true. The government has influenced and all those things the government does not dictate. The daily rhythm of the markets. If you think about it. The markets are similar to our own bodies. Our health is determined by what we eat. How much we exercise how much sleep we get air quality, personal hygiene, vaccinations course, those things that we can't control our genes who we are a little those date all that debt data nodes is it in this case politics are are to the markets. What brushing your teeth is she overall health both very important, but not always the difference between life and death. And as I talked about earlier, the S and P five hundred usually rises after an election. That's been true, regardless of which party is in the White House or controls congress where we see the biggest differences is whether or not government is United or not the market send you best when either party controls, both congress and the White House. It's not hard to understand such an occasion would result in at least a certain amount of uncertainty when the parties divvy up to government at twenty becomes more uncertain and much much more gridlock. And there's a lot of talk in the street that Republicans are going to remain in control of the Senate Democrats are gonna win congress. We're going to have four more years of gridlock. There's also a school thought is if that is the case, then UBA see a lot of legislation getting passed in the next six weeks before the gridlock. Gets gets installed. So again who knows? But you will there's one thing that you hear all the time. And it's true past performance is no guarantee of future results. And that's because the markets tend to do well in the months after mid mid term doesn't necessarily mean they will this time. And in this case, there is a possible election outcomes that could conceivably impact the markets more than others in a what if the Republicans control both chambers of congress, if this happens if possible congress will try to extend and possibly expand last year's tax cuts decreased regulation is also likely and that may mean another shot at striking down, the Affordable Care Act market soared and every foreseen heights after the president's election largely due to tax cuts and deregulation. So what's? Possible this outcome. Could bump the Wall Street even higher if they perceive it to be less regular regulatory constrictive on the other hand both interest rates and our nation's deficit or getting higher as well. So even a Republican dominated congress by decide to avoid any further economic stimulus, and what if they're Democrats control both champ chambers in that scenario, Democrats may try to rollbacks of our President Trump's agenda just as any opposition party does. Instead, some Democrats.

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"republican dominated congress" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"republican dominated congress" Discussed on KGO 810

"Brushing your teeth is few overall health both very important, but not always the difference between life and death and talked about earlier. Yes. And p five hundred usually rises after an election. That's been true, regardless of which party is in the White House or controls congress where we see the biggest differences is whether or not government is United or not the market said do best when either party control. Both congress and the White House. It's not hard to understand such an occasion would result in at least a certain amount of uncertainty when the parties divvy up the government, that's when it becomes more uncertain and much much more gridlock. There's a lot of talk in the street that Republicans are going to remain in control of the Senate Democrats are gonna win congress. We're going to have four more years of gridlock. There's also a school thought is if that is the case, then you'd be a see a lot of legislation getting passed in the next six weeks before the grand lock gets gets installed. So again who knows? But you will there's one thing that that you hear all the time. And it's true past performance is no guarantee of future results. That's because the markets tend to do well in the months after mid mid term doesn't necessarily mean they will this time. And in this case, there are some possible election outcomes, I could conceivably impact the markets more than others. You know, what if the Republicans control both chambers of congress if this happens if possible congress will try to extend and possibly. Spanned last year's tax cuts decreased regulation is also likely and that may mean another shot at striking down the Affordable Care Act market, soared never before seen heights after the president's election largely due to tax cuts and deregulation. So it's possible view this outcome could bump the Wall Street even higher if they perceive it to be less regular regulatory constrictive on the other hands both interest rates and our nation's deficit are getting higher as well. So even a Republican dominated congress by decide to avoid any further economic stimulus, and what if the Democrats control both champ chambers in that scenario, Democrats may try to rollbacks of our President Trump's agenda just as any opposition party does Jenner.

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"republican dominated congress" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

08:01 min | 2 years ago

"republican dominated congress" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Wanted to start today because it's been a kind of a hot subject of late along with the market volatility. The first is from Aristotle democracy is the form of government in which we are. We we the free are ruler. So democracy is the form of government in which the free our rulers and the other second from was from will Rogers. I tell you all politics is apple sauce. Whichever quote best describes your attitude about the upcoming election. The fact remains at on November six we we have the privilege to perform our civic duty edisons of a free country doesn't matter which party you belong to or your political values. I hope you'll take the time out of your day and go vote. Again, the midterms of this Tuesday, and many of you my clients people on the street have been asking me what the markets the election could mean to the markets. The true answer the direct answer the authentic answers. I don't have a clue I simply do not know so much about what's going on doesn't make sense at times. Have ideas. I have some thoughts. You could say that. They're educated thoughts based on my expertise in the financial world knowing that history doesn't repeat itself, but it certainly rhymes. But if I'm looking at the markets, you know, I I'd say the mortgage usually dip before midterm election, but rise afterwards typically the markets have not fared well, during midterm election years at fact, according to one study in market watch. Yes, and P five-hundred averages a nineteen percent decline in the months before midterm haven't had that. They asked me five hundred slightly up for two thousand eighteen the exact number year to date for S and P five hundred is one point eight seven percent. But we've seen a lot of increased volatility in recent weeks is it interest rates as the election is that the tariffs. There's lots of many different reasons on why the market's rise and fall in one possible explanation for the trend is because elections are always preceded by uncertainty, which party will control congress. What new policies can we expect what old policies will be rolled out? How would it affect your taxes or your healthcare or your budget talking heads earn their living by making predictions of the fact is no one knows what the future will bring until the future becomes the present. On the other hand the same marker watch study showed that the s&p five hundred usually climbs an average of thirty one percent in the year after the midterm at up thirty one percent. I bet none of you were thinking that with all of all till you've had over the last couple of weeks. Have you did you again, it sorta makes sense you think about it after election, the certainty, the uncertainty begins to fade as we gain a better idea of who's in power, and what their policies will be. In fact, the markets offer rally after a midterm election, historically, the mortgage don't really care which party is in control. Maybe you're passionate conservative or. Devoted liberal or sometime or something in between? The fact is the markets aren't as partisan as people those talking has won't kit. Argue they all want which party is going to be better for the markets. And I'm not gonna necessarily get into that today. But history shows while some years rise higher than others, the market tends to rise after an election. No matter which party is in power. The reason is simple in my opinion on politics, certainly play a role the markets are affected by many things in Washington is not at the top of the list. It's corporate earnings. It's supply demand. It's interest rates. It's inflation housing employment. And I could go on. But we'll have that they all have a bigger impact on the markets, then whether or not a Republican or Democrats in the White House. Well, it's true. The government has influenced and all those things the government does not dictate. The daily rhythm of the markets. If you think about it. The markets are similar to bodies. Our health is determined by what we eat. How much we exercise how much sleep we get air quality, personal hygiene, vaccinations course, those things that we can't control our genes who we are a little those date all that debt data nodes is it in this case politics are are to the markets. What brushing your teeth is she overall health both very important, but not always the difference between life and death. And as I talked about earlier, the S and P five hundred usually rises after an election. That's been true, regardless of which party is in the White House or controls congress where we see the biggest differences is whether or not government is United or not market. Send you best when either party control. Both congress and the White House. It's our heart. It's not hard to understand such an occasion would result in at least a certain amount of uncertainty when two parties divvy up to government at twenty becomes more uncertain and much much more gridlock. And there's a lot of talk in the street that Republicans are going to remain in control of the Senate Democrats are gonna win congress. We're gonna have four more years of gridlock. There's also a school thought is if that is the case, then you'd be a see a lot of legislation getting passed in the next six weeks before the gridlock gets gets installed. So again who knows but you will there's one thing that that you hear all the time. And it's true past performance is no guarantee of future results. That's because the markets tend to do well in the months after mid mid term does it necessarily mean. They will this time. And in this case there a possible election outcomes, I could conceivably impact the markets more than others in a what if the Republicans control both chambers of congress? If this happens if possible congress will try to extend and possibly expand last year's tax cuts decreased regulation is also likely that may mean another shot at striking down the Affordable Care Act market, soared never before seen heights after the president's election largely due to tax cuts and deregulation. So what's possible view this outcome? Could bump the Wall Street even higher if they perceive it to be less regular regulatory constrictive on the other hand both interest rates and our nation's deficit or getting higher as well. So even a Republican dominated congress by decide to avoid any further economic. Stimulus and what if the Democrats control both champ chambers, and in that scenario, Democrats may try to rollbacks of our President Trump's agenda just as the opposition party does and since subject.

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"republican dominated congress" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"republican dominated congress" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"That's a big deal. Ministry planes. I want to talk about you know, what I got a problem industry points. Because they're not insurance department of insurance has no jurisdiction and the number one complaint. They're they're getting at the department of insurance are the lack of payment or confusion on how ministry health plans are working. There's a lot of things out there. There's a lot of ways. So you gotta be the right insurance provider or agent knows what he's doing and your body's ministry plans buyer, beware. I sold by a handful last year and the success has been mediocre. Does some work. Some don't not the way. Should. Gives me a little nervous a little push back on that. But now when we talk about employer sponsored plans at twenty thousand per family. Employer would pay a hundred percent. Let's say the the rate for the employees by brand. Seventy five percent or fifteen thousand employees. How many of you can afford fifty thousand dollars a year to cover your family, even on a pre-tax base? A lot of money. What? Blue Wave goes away. And we ride the red wave comes and we see all little red surfers come in. And the worst the word out. There is it becomes a Republican dominated congress and Senate. Man, they both to repeal. They're going to get fifty one votes. They're going to get the votes don't repeal and replace ObamaCare. One hundred percent. What does that mean insurance companies really want to do that? Now, there's a thing called medical loss ratios where two carriers have to spend that we've eighty cents on a dollar for small group and individual and eighty five cents on the dollar large group on on all premiums. They take care how I know. This is because we get rebates employers. What it? What what would you think if I told you the state of Nevada could change the innovative? I end points fifteen points. I found out from HHS state can actually control how the NFL are works insurance carry react. I'll think about it. We are states that you know, what the Milwaukee reduced by fifteen percent. Would that really? Would mean the premiums could drop percent for every family. Percent or twenty thousand dollars. You're talking about three grand. A lot of money that's three thousand dollars. That's not. A drop in the bucket. That's real money. Okay. These are the kind of things that can be done. Now, if they repeal and replace the law, and they go back to the old ways everybody's going. Oh my God. We're going gonna take away guaranteed issue there become the mechanisms and you're like they did before and group insurance where you had to have medical underwriting. And what they would do is. They will give you a preferred rate anywhere right up. I believe in the individual market what we might see is. We might see premiums in reverse while.

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"republican dominated congress" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"republican dominated congress" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"A lot about ministry health planes. I wanna talk about you know, what? I got a problem industry health plans because they're not insurance. Department of insurance has no jurisdiction and the number one complaint. They're they're getting at the department of insurance are the lack of payment or fusion on. How ministry plans are working? There's a lot of things out there. There's a lot of ways you gotta be she the right insurance provider or agent knows what he's doing. And when your body's ministry plans buyer, beware. I sold by a handful last year, and the success has been mediocre does some work. Some don't knock way should. Gives me a little nervous. I'm doing a little push back on that. But now when we talk about employer sponsored plans at twenty thousand for family. And what's just assuming employer would pay a hundred percent? Let's say the the rate for the employees by brand seventy five percent or fifteen thousands on the employees. How many of you can afford fifteen thousand dollars a year to cover your family, even on a pre-tax basis? A lot of money, but what's going to step for what it? Blue Wave goes away. And we ride the red wave comes and we see all little red surfers coming in. And the worst the word out there as it becomes a Republican dominated congress and Senate. Man, they both to repeal. They're going to get fifty one votes. They're going to get the votes repeal and replace ObamaCare. One hundred percent, what does that mean insurance companies really wanna do that? Now, there's a thing called medical loss ratios where the carriers have to spend at least eighty cents on a dollar for small group and individual and eighty five cents on the dollar a large group on all on all premiums. They take care now. I know this because we get rebates as employers. What it? What what would you think if I told you the state of Nevada could change the individual by ten points? Fifteen points found out from HHS each state can actually control how the NFL are works. The insurance carry react. I think about it. We are states. Did you know what the Milwaukee reduced by fifteen percent? Would that really? Would mean the premiums could drop percent for every family percent at twenty thousand dollars. You're talking about three grand. A lot of money that's three thousand dollars. That's not. Dropping a bucket. That's real money. Okay. These are the kind of things that can be done. Now, if they repeal and replace the law, and they go back to the old ways, everybody's going all my God. They're gonna take away guaranteed issue. They want their become we'll have mechanisms and you're like they did before on group insurance where you had to have medical underwriting. And what they will do is will give you a preferred rate anywhere right up. I believe in the individual market what we might see is. We might see premiums in reverse.

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"republican dominated congress" Discussed on We The People

We The People

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"republican dominated congress" Discussed on We The People

"You continue scuffing Robert Smalls career serving in the legislature, and he also served or participated in South Carolina constitutional convention. Tell us a little bit about that convention. Why were the southern states holding these countries conventions at the time and what was his role in it? Well, it was, I would say is tremendously exciting time to be an African American person who was interested in politics in the first place and certainly to Republican because this was a time when the Republican party in the south was really getting off the ground. So what happened in Washington DC was that after a an and many people sort of know the basic outlines of this story, but there's a big debate going on in Washington. In between congress, the Republican dominated congress and the president who was Andrew Johnson for most of the time that we're talking about. Andrew Johnson, of course, was Lincoln's. Vice president became president when Lincoln was assassinated. Johnson Republicans in congress increasingly during the course of eighteen sixty five eighteen sixty six went their separate ways. So Johnson wanted control over reconstruction policy. Any also had a vision of a kind of restored white south in which white southerners had a lot of say over how their states would be organized after the civil war. It wouldn't be very hard for them to be readmitted. Certainly, African Americans would not have to be permitted to vote. He at first appeared the Johnson kind of headed in for very wealthy white southerners the kind of plantation class. But he quickly made it clear that he was willing to pardon those folks as well. And so by the end of eighteen sixty five and going. Eighteen sixty six Republicans in congress were really rejecting the president's policy and trying to pass legislation that would take reconstruction Palestinian different direction after the midterm elections in eighteen sixty six northern voters really voted in favor of Congress's ideas rather than the president's ideas. Congress took a new and more kind of dramatic approach that was to say, you know what we're gonna need to reorganize the southern states completely. So in the spring of eighteen sixty seven, congress passed the first reconstruction acts which were designed to reorganize southern states. And most importantly, to allow to to insist that any new states that we're going to rejoin the union needed to allow African American men to vote on the same terms as white men voted in. So the congress put the former confederate states except Tennessee under military rule, said the need to. Have new constitutional conventions create new constitutions in which they're all men will be enfranchised unequal terms. And this is the kind of dramatic measure that led to massive voter registration campaign in the spring and summer of eighteen sixty seven in fall of eighteen sixty seven across the former confederacy. Suddenly, African American communities were talking about joint becoming Republicans about who they were going to how they were going to register to vote for whom they were going to vote in the first elections in which black men voted in the south. We're usually in eighteen sixty seven and were a referendum on sending who each community was going to send as a delegate to this new constitutional convention. So in South Carolina, the constitutional convention met in eighteen sixty eight interest in and the majority of the delegates to that convention were African American in a way that's. Completely unsurprising since the majority of the state at that time was African American and their dog, the the delegates to that convention job was to create a new constitution for the state and the South Carolina state constitution of eighteen sixty eight is a really exciting. Interesting. Documenta begins with a kind of Bill of rights that says that all people are entitled to the exact same rights. And it also says that slavery is abolished forever in state minute has a right of suffrage clause. It says every male citizen of the United States of the age of twenty one years upwards not laboring under the disabilities named in this constitution without distinction of race, color or former condition who's a resident of the state until when it's force she'll be allowed to vote..

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"republican dominated congress" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"republican dominated congress" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Your calls next half hour but listen there are thousands coming to our borders via through mexico mostly from honduras and i'm sure they're fine people women and children they've leaving the violence and they're up there with an organization called people without borders nonprofit it's premium to america and why they're coming here because it didn't taking get in why the coming years because they think they're gonna stay but last time they did this in two thousand fourteen we put him everywhere without even telling the governor's now i know in my county they put a whole bunch of kids they just made a put these bursts these classrooms at the seams some of which are ms thirteen gang members the president's not to do that he's furious at the republican dominated congress did not even give him the money to build a legitimate wall quickly and get it started legitimately by september and then he sees these thousands coming and he starts tweeting like crazy say the mexico's not doing enough to stop stop this half from happening they're passing through mexico push back on trump said mexico's foreign minister push back yesterday so they mexico's laughing at the us immigration laws and doing nothing to stop that's what the president said the foreign minister comes back and says every day mexican the us work together on on migration through the region facts clearly reflect this inaccurate news report which is not an accurate by the way should not serve to question the strong cooperation upholding human dignity rights is not at odds of the rule of law happy easter they say the president tweeted again multiple times but here's the latest mexic because making a fortune on nafta they have very strong border laws hours are pathetic with all the money they make from the us hopefully they will stop people from coming through their country and in two hours at least until congress changes our immigration laws came on the risk is the president could push back to go so hard this president is ousted the nfl and the new ones evidently i don't know the incident now to mexico politics but evidently he's pro nationalist antiamerican you don't want to put that guy in power make things worse one eight six six four zero eight seven.

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"republican dominated congress" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"republican dominated congress" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Ended if it was successfully concluded by a northern victory the union was preserved but is it fair to say that something very close to slavery persisted yes they went right away the people who were in power before were quickly put back into power in they try to resume things as quickly and a sort of put things back to normal as quickly as they could so it was not for a time the victory that enslave people in their supporters thought that it could be slavery are abolition was the driving force that led to the conflict even after lincoln's assassination socalled black republicans dominated congress union troops occupy this outcome how did we get from radical reconstruction to jim crow well the redeemers came in and took over the north eventually got tired of dealing with the problem of the negro there were we have statements that you know that blacks had to stand on their own two feet and there was a real push for reconciliation among white northerners and white southerners black people got left out of that mix and once the troops who pulled out and blacks left to their own devices the redeemer governments came in and enacted now rules about segregation and blacks were in debt pnn edge blocked into something is closed to slavery as possible in ways that were just or unimaginable during the period when that there was such hope that there could in fact be multiracial democracy in the south of course a major change happened when andrew johnson becomes president after lincoln's assassination well johnson was the person who actually heartened members of the white south they had been afraid of him at first as lincoln's vicepresident he'd come to washington and was saying things like treason must be punished and that these were traders and he was very very much opposed to the plant or class because he had been from the lower classes himself and he sort of blamed the upper classes in the south wore the civil war and i thought that this was something that had been foisted upon the people of the south so there was fear that he was going to be much tougher on southerners dan lincoln after lincoln's assassination and he got an office in that he realized that the radical republicans the socalled radical republicans wanted to bring blacks and full citizenship with the vote and rights and to be political people in the same way that whites were.

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"republican dominated congress" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"republican dominated congress" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from npr news in washington i'm lakshmi sang republicans and democrats in the senate have a compromise on a temporary funding bill that would reopen the government and keep it running at least until february 8th that's how long democrats are giving republicans dominating congress and the white house to find an immediate solution to dreamers roughly eight hundred thousand young immigrants under threat of deportation we have more in this room npr's brocton booker the measure passed the senate eighty one to eighteen democrats had been withholding their support for funding bill but came on board after senate republican leaders promised twolow vote on a bill to grant legal status for young unauthorized immigrants brought to the us as children here's senator chris koons a democrat from delaware what we have now is a commitment that will take of immigration for the first time in five years this is a majority of its in its fourth year and they haven't been willing to take this up on the floor but there's been no promise by speaker ryan that the house would take up a similar immigration bill bretton bucaram here now news the capital moments ago white house press secretary sarah sanders ran a statement from president trump quote i am pleased that democrats in congress have come to their senses and are now willing to fund our great military border patrol first responders an insurance for vulnerable children as i've always said once the government is funded my administration will work toward solving the problem a very unfair illegal immigration we will make a longterm deal on immigration if and only if it's good for our country in quote but democrats say the threeday partial shutdown could have been avoided altogether had president trump laid out a clear stance on immigration and not tweeted remarks that undermine they say a bipartisan solution for a fifth day sexual abuse survivors are confronting larry nassar the former sports doctor due to be sentenced for child molestation he faces up to forty years in prison fats on top of the sixty years he's already been ordered to serve behind bars on separate child pornography charges court and lansing michigan has been hearing victim impact statements for days from a growing number of women increase.

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"republican dominated congress" Discussed on The Global Politico

The Global Politico

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"republican dominated congress" Discussed on The Global Politico

"I don't know if it's for the same reason are different reason expressed concerns about the sanctions bill that was just passed by the us congress now this was obviously a very significant measure if only because he probably represents the most significant uh congress seizing the initiative from a president on a foreign policy issue of major concern since really some people argue since the reagan era and the imposition of sanctions against south africa it was ninety eight to two in the senate it was obviously a very significant statement by the republican dominated congress that you know they weren't willing to see the president of their own party take policy in a direction and yet interestingly many of the europeans who also have many concerns about president putin were also concerned about the sanctions bill i think that there are a couple of reasons i mean what is the purpose of sanctions sanctions are meant to be leverage that you can use to achieve objectives once you lock sanctions into law as opposed to presidential discretion then you lose that ability becomes it becomes a domestic political issue and it takes away the flexibility that this president or the next president may have to adjust our relations are i think one of the russians pointed out that these were sanctions as he put it not merely and the russians these were sanctions on president trump because it reflected a lack of trust on president trump to manage this relationship.

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"republican dominated congress" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:27 min | 4 years ago

"republican dominated congress" Discussed on WSB-AM

"A lot of things we can do to save money turkey and make sure everybody gets quality healthcare governor terry mcauliffe obviously happy that republicans failed again in their attempt to get a bill through the republican dominated congress to repeal replace obamacare they claimed to afp repeal they can't you a clear replace because he don't have sixty votes but man is is about much moderates and conservatives refusing to get along michael goodwin with us michael not a good day for republicans right no not at all brian and i think that uh you know there's a larger subtext here which is that if the republican can not reform obamacare what and it day in play defective land become permanent i mean they're not going to be revisited in two years or made it now or never if if the massive entitlement so what does that say about the size of government going forward and where is the small government party where is the party that you know we don't want government in everybody business all the time i mean if obamacare is allowed to stand and i would say that party is dead thou you mean the republican party well the party yet the party the party's idea of small government i i'm not sure what it stands for if obamacare survived the republican majority needed it 'nother with obamacare is not just another piece of legislation it was it was an amazing decision by one party decree new entitlement that would send quick turn the insurance industry into government the monopoly and and government utility was it but it's not working it had not working but the republican in their failure to repeal it or even just to have have thankfully given up the goes on the idea that they are the party of smaller government and i think this this is a major task of the party principles and they are clearly failing well i mean the how 'bout embarrassing the presence having dinner i think with twelve republican senators target about a strategy going forward and mike lee senator mike lee and center moran put out statements saying they're out then brian johnson says unlikely out and next the you know they're they're embarrassed mitch mcconnell caught by surprise president trump caught by surprise school it on here yeah.

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"republican dominated congress" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:25 min | 4 years ago

"republican dominated congress" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"There are a lot of things we can do it to save money and make sure everybody gets quality healthcare governor terry mcauliffe obviously happy that republicans failed again in their attempt to get a bill through the republican dominated congress to repeal replace obamacare they claim to a clean repeal they can't do a clear replace because he don't have sixty votes but man is about moderates and could it is refusing to get along michael goodwin with us michael not a good day for republicans right now not at all brian and i think that uh you know there's a larger subtype here which is that if the republican cannot reform obamacare uh what they play subjectively and become permanent i mean that's not going to be revisited in two years i mean it's now or never it is a massive entitlement so what does that say about the size of government going forward and where is the small government party where is the party that says you know we don't want government in everybody's business all the time i mean if obamacare is allowed to stand down i would say that party is dead thou you mean the republican party well the party yet the party the party's idea of small government i i'm not sure what it stands for if obamacare survive the republican majority i mean it it is another word obamacare is not just another piece of legislation it was it was an amazing decision by one party to create the new entitlement that would essentially turned the insurance industry into a government monopolies and and government utility was it but it's not working in are working but the republican in their failure to repeal it or even just to fix it have ever frankly given up that goes on the idea that they are the party of smaller government done i think this this is a major task of the party's principles and they are clearly failing well i mean the how 'bout embarrassing the president's having dinner with twelve republican sinn senators target about a strategy going forward and mike lee senator mike lee and center moran put out statement saying they're out then brian johnson says unlikely out and next the you know they're they're embarrassed mitch mcconnell caught by surprise president trump caught by surprise scored on here yeah.

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"republican dominated congress" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"republican dominated congress" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Proclamation a change the the stated purpose of the war well it certainly gave heart to a number of black people and black slaves people who ran away and who actually joined the union forces this was seen as a warm measure to help the north win the war in a did actually help achieve that goal so it actually bought more soldiers bought a new purpose to the war for the people in the north and it at all has been about that for blacks obviously but dot yes it it sort of gave another boost to the notion that slavery would be over when the war ended if it was successfully concluded by a northern victory the union was preserved but is it fair to say that something very close to slavery persisted yes they went right away the people who were in power before were quickly put back into power and they try to resume things as quickly and as sort of put things back to normal is quickly as they could so it was not for a time the victory that enslave people in their supporters thought that could be slavery or abolition was the driving force that led to the conflict even after lincoln's assassination socalled black republicans dominated congress union troops occupied the often how did we get from radical reconstruction to jim crow well the redeemers came in and took over the north eventually got tired of dealing with the problem of the negro there were no statements that you know that blacks had to stand on their own two feet and there was a real push for reconciliation among white northerners and white southerners black people got left out of that mix and wants the troops who pulled out and blacks left to their own devices the governments came in and enacted now rules about segregation and blacks were in debt pnn edge blocked into something is close to slavery as possible in ways that were just or unimaginable during the period when that there was such hope that there could in fact be multiracial democracy in the south of course a major change happened when andrew johnson becomes president after lincoln's assassination well johnson was the person who actually heartened members of the white.

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"republican dominated congress" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"republican dominated congress" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"To be women yeah that was already organizers of the women's march no other will be in a convicted murder urge or can upper is like gonna altern who was again convicted of second burger murder and two counts of first degree kid napping march of nineteen eighty six she was a prominent speaker at the women's march another is not going to tons of trash left behind these are law abiding good religious and so it monday people frank that are they're out there marching and speaking out to defend life i do argue for the on born and be there advocates and their voices well i lisa getting more publisher the about it and more coverage and they had here to four with all that's going on in washington with all the donald trump's involved in the on march for life on the national mall in washington the day has been the lead story all morning on the atp so at least there getting more pablo said it to that today than ever and i think a lot of it has to do with the fact that the now they have a president who are support of of the what they're doing as well as a republican dominated congress and on top of that they're now of one of the the biggest names speakers in years of vice president mike pen so all that come in i think edges but the story but it's rightful place and that is at least on the atp number one so far this morning it gets.

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