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House passes sweeping coronavirus response package
"Everything from testing to making up for lost salary has been the focus of contentious negotiations between Republicans and Democrats on Capitol Hill along with the White House Wall Street Journal reporter Chaban Hughes joins us from Washington to shed some light on negotiating process so Chaban. This package contains things like corona virus testing. That's free for everyone who needs it paid sick leave and unemployment insurance for furloughed workers. Are there particular programs that were sticking points in the talks? The big thing that has been a sticking point at least from president. Trump's perspective is the lack of a payroll tax cut. Democrats have said that is off the table. Because it doesn't address the problem a payroll tax cut would help only workers who have jobs and the corona virus crisis is going to leave a lot of people unemployed so that was a big sticking point. Another point of contention had to do with the paid leave. The issue has to do with the mechanisms for delivering that to people and who ends up paying for it now. This package really hits voters on Main Street. The steel will not only put money in people's pocketbooks who potentially miss work. But it'll quell fears as well seems like there's a lot at stake here for politicians on both sides. There's an enormous amount at stake here for politicians on both sides. The most recent precedent is the two thousand eight financial crisis lawmakers here described that as basically the closest comparison they can think of this package is one piece of what's viewed as instrumental in keeping the entire economy the entire healthcare system going and so yes a tremendous weight is on lawmakers shoulders. Has there been any talk. This might be just one. Phase of a series of agreements with this economic crisis continues absolutely house. Democrats have already said they plan to be working on another package. It's very clear that's where talks are one piece of it is there were conversations that were not able to be resolved in this round of negotiations so all of those will be moving to another round. Um there are conversations about doing things like for example an infrastructure package. That's something that Richard Shelby has wanted. Steny Hoyer the house. Majority leader told us this morning that because everything is so influx because lawmakers do not know exactly the extent of this corona virus crisis or where it will take us. They are at the ready to do. More as needed as issues become apparent.
House passes $8.3 billion emergency coronavirus spending plan
"Hill the eight point three billion dollar spending plan was passed by the house after budget negotiators announced they had put together the spending package Senate Appropriations Committee chair Richard Shelby has played a key role in getting an agreement vigorous action I believe is needed to calm nerves stabilize the situation and get our arms around this crisis the plan includes more than three billion dollars for research and development of vaccines that alone is more than the original budget request made by the trump administration the Senate's top Democrat Chuck Schumer had pushed for a major increase in funding while president trump is playing fast and loose with facts and blaming everyone not named Donald Trump Congress is taking responsibility and acting like the adults in the room the president is expected to sign the legislation following final
Coronavirus risk upgraded to "very high" as death toll mounts
"Senate Appropriations Committee chairman Richard Shelby says you can't over killed on an epidemic top Democrats want coronavirus money to be new arguing against proposals that would dip into other public health fund more and more people are being infected with the corona virus around the world both China and South Korea reported hundreds of new confirmed cases today bringing south Korea's total over two thousand there are nearly seventy nine thousand cases in China alone around the globe the death toll is surpassed twenty eight hundred each continent with the exception of Antarctica has confirmed a case of the illness meantime top Democrats like speaker house to house speaker Nancy Pelosi are criticizing the trump administration's response to the growing threat calling it chaotic the less critical positions vacant in charge of managing pandemics at the National Security Council council and the department of homeland security vice president Mike pence who has been appointed by trump president trump to lead the effort to combat the virus is pushing
Let's not 'short change' funding for coronavirus response: U.S. Senate appropriations chair
"The trump administration is requesting two and a half billion dollars in emergency funding more than a billion of that in new spending to respond a corona virus Senate Appropriations Committee chairman Republican Richard Shelby is warning the administration against low balling that funding this is not the time to try to short change the American people democratic leader Chuck Schumer says the funding request fall short and questions taking money away from other funds to combat Ebola there is no plan the administration has no plan senators were briefed on government scientists work on a vaccine but health officials say that is likely a year or more away on Capitol Hill Jared Halpern
Trump says virus under control in U.S. as lawmakers question preparedness
"President trump is trying to minimize fears about corona virus spreading through the U. S. even as lawmakers voice concerns about whether the nation is ready very well under control in our country at a news conference in India the president said very few Americans have the virus hours later on Capitol Hill health and Human Services secretary Alex aides are said more we'll get it we cannot her medically seal off the United States to enormous aides are defended the administration's response so far added subversion see request for two and a half a billion dollars to get ready for a potential outbreak Republican senator Richard Shelby was among those from both parties questioning whether that's enough warning us spreading virus could become an existential threat if you Lobo something like this you pay for it later Sagarin agony Washington
Will the Senate impeachment trial lead to TV fireworks?
"Managers in the impeachment of president trump insisting that witnesses be heard in the Senate trial the Senate opting to wait until opening statements to make that decision Republican senator Richard Shelby of Alabama on ABC's this week saying the case is weak and bringing witnesses will only drag out the trial thank the house rush to judgment on this they could have pursued this a lot longer but they made a political decision and I think it's they got problems now they want us to unwind their problem opening statements are
Pressure On China To Agree To Trade Deal
"Radio. Even though we have a lot of liquidity offline from may happy made if you are taking today off there still some selected assets that are trading and some important events to look ahead to US equity futures advancing then he had apples upbeat forecasts. Traders expecting lower volumes throughout the day. Then bit of movement coming through in terms of US equity futures higher. You've got a bit of movement on the ASX two hundred straight up about eight tenths of one percent. Other than that. It's pretty quiet on the equity side in terms of the handover overnight. We did have course, they Tekere innings more generally with apple but also a little bit of a well, it was a weight on the shoulders from Google corporate earnings and develop the trade conflict between the US and China remain front and center, that's for sure I mean, running through some of the currency pairs here. You're looking here the Bloomberg dollar index. That's just barely about the flat line here quiet on the Major's front. So I mean, pretty much all of these pairs unchanged. Eurodollar one twelve twenty Donnie in one hundred and eleven fifty and cable is up less than a tenth of one percent. Short of one thirty fifty five commodities are on the pressure a little bit. Brent crude Coney down six tenths of one percent. We have higher inventories out of the US and the initial data overnight. Gold is lower by three tenths of one percent. So the metals on the pressure let me run through some of the news as well. In terms of the corporate earnings because we are getting of course, quite a few fast and furious start off with Sainsbury's fiscal year revenue at twenty nine point zero one billion pounds. You're looking here at fiscal year sales of thirty two point four one billion pounds to final dividend. Shares going to be seven point nine Pence. Few notes on guidance year Sainsbury saying the consumer outlook continues to be uncertain and that they are well-placed to navigate the external environment. So that's on the Sainsbury's front more retail input from next currently first quarter retail sales coming through a negative three point six percent. The market was looking for actually more of a contraction here down six point two one percents of slightly better than some of the analysts had pencilled in. I go to online sales eleven point eight percents the estimate heroes for twelve point eight percent. And so a little bit of a little bit better on the retail sales. But a little bit short of estimates on the online sales on guidance. They're still seeing fiscal year pre-tax at seven hundred and fifty million pounds and still see full price sales at up one point seven percent. And then also on the economic front. We've got some UK April house prices. They're up zero point four percent on the month. That's the nationwide. Up zero point nine percent on the years that is some economic input as well. So that's a bit of a flavor then on what's happening with these corporate earnings. Let's get now to some of the stories we're watching very carefully starting off with what's happening with the United States and China. The White House is ramping up pressure on China to reach a trade deal in the next two weeks. Bloomberg daybreak Asia anchor Bryan Curtis has more from Hong Kong, the US said once again, he would walk away from the talks if no deal, Mick Mulvaney, President Trump's acting chief of staff said negotiations would not go on forever. So the administration is making its impatience known a slight shift from the earlier more optimistic messaging still going into talks today. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said the US side had a nice working dinner last night with vice-president Leo hub, two of the quick notes. The F T says the US is likely to accept a watered-down commitment from China on security that to speed up a deal and. And Chinese regulators said today, both Chinese and foreign banks will no longer be subject to ownership caps on local banks Kong, Bryan Curtis. Bloomberg daybreak Europe. That means on world financial markets away. Today's Federal Reserve announcement on the US interest rates. Bloomberg's Michael Mckee has a preview. This fed meeting is widely expected to be a nun event except for that little possibility of a rate cut. No, not a policy cut to the fence target. But an adjustment to the rate of interest. The central Bank pays banks on excess reserves the effective federal funds rate traded a record five basis points above the excess reserves rate Tuesday most traders blamed technical rather than policy issues such as a rise in repo rates on other securities that suggests the fed doesn't need to do anything others note, though, it's been an ongoing problem and forecast a slight cut in the rake in Washington, Michael Mckee, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. And as the central Bank meant to weigh monetary policy. Donald Trump sought to pressure the fed to make drastic moves to boost and already healthy US economy in a pair of tweets Tuesday. Trump criticized the fed for having incessantly lifted interest rates and wonderfully low inflation Colfer steep interest rate cut and the resumption of bond purchases as well. The thing with the theme. The president's comments came as another political drama swirled around the central Bank on Capitol Hill Trump's plan nomination. He recalls Stephen Moore to the fed sports looks increasingly uncertain as a third Republican Senator voices downs. The story from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett. Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina. A key ally of the president told reporters that Moore would be quote, a very problematic nomination, though, he has not made up his mind. Senator Joni Ernst of Iowa and Senator Richard Shelby of Alabama on Monday voice. Their own concerns about more a Heritage Foundation fellow and a former Trump campaign adviser Ernst the senate's fourth ranking Republican told reporters, quote, I am not enthused about what he has said in various articles later, Monday Shelby. The former chairman of the banking committee said he thought the proposed nomination, quote has some problems Charlie Pellett. Bloomberg daybreak Europe. That's something singing. Singapore where Mark Cranfield and markets live team joins us, Mark. Let's start off with the mlive question of the day. The fed odds in terms of the likelihood of a move very contradictory and not really in line with what we're seeing the job market. Yes. Good morning, certainly the market by some as strong as it's been since the nineteen sixties in the United States pretty healthy condition. We've also saying some pretty good wage growth as well. Even though it hasn't really fit injuring flation too much. So Fava certainly in the GDP data from Las week, as well already know the picture is pretty healthy economy. We go to started go to the payrolls not becoming up on Friday, and the fed will certainly be thinking about this as well because it probably reinforce this very strong picture of job market. So when you have that in the background certainly makes a bit curious as to why the mock is getting so excited about the polls. Not of the fed may take the opportunity to to try and rain the market back in a little bit and try and get them back more to a neutral territory because of that. Let's talk about the greenback. It's climbed against all but three of its group ten currency peers and twenty nineteen to folks at TD North America point out that any further strengthening any wheat test of some of those twenty eighteen is could mean trouble for stocks can be trouble for high your credit and currencies as well. More. Generally. You're seeing that dollar bears can return to hibernation after the FOMC run me through your thinking. Yeah. So we had a little bit of softness in the dollar towards the individual pro, and that's not unusual this month and maneuvering which goes on. And it's quite often the case where people are just have to tidy things up in the came off a little, but the fundamental case for is is pretty hard to ignore right now, particularly against the emerging market currencies. You've got short term rates in America, which are very high in comparison to other g ten currencies relatively high compared to the emerging market world. Plus as we were saying this pretty strong background of data from the United States. And they made it very. Clear it's on a long-term polls here. So he's not really going to be going anywhere. We've monetary policy at the same time. There's other countries that want to lower interest rates in in Asia. We've had India of moved already we've got to Malaysia looking at it, South Korea looking at it Philippines, Indonesia, they're all heading towards lower rates environment. So that certainly from an investor's point to you. They're probably thinking that the fed is beginning to look like a high yield currency here. So we could save it. If a rebound once the fed is out the way people start looking ahead to Friday's jobs report. It's always a pleasure catching up. Thank you for stopping buying. It's Mark Cranfield. Remember the for real time market commentary and analysis to markets. Lifelock. That's the only Bloomberg terminal. Let's get into some of the corporate news because apple their their numbers of projected quarterly sales top analysts estimates more from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett. The reports suggest demand for iphones stabilized after a disappointing holiday period. The company also reported solid revenue. Growth from its services business as consumer sign up for a growing Schwartz board of digital subscriptions. Apple shares have surged more than forty percent from twenty one month low in early January after lacklustre iphone sales prompted the company to cut its holiday revenue forecast. So far this year. Apple is up twenty seven point two percent in New York. Charlie Pellett, Bloomberg daybreak Europe and do better as demand for all. The shares offered in its IPO just one day after kicked off throat show in London. That's according to people familiar with the matter, the ride hailing company will continue meeting potential buyers in New York and San Francisco as it seeks to raise as much as nine billion dollars right time now for the latest elsewhere in the world with Bloomberg's leeann guarantee, man. Good morning Yussef Kwun guidos gamble to take control. Venezuela appears to have flops the position need publicly called on the armed forces toback his attempts to oust nNcholas Maduro, but the military command. And state loyal to the president the US reiterated its support for quite, but it seems to have little effect. Japan has seen the first voluntary handy of the chrysanthemum throne in more than two hundred gays. Bloomberg's Crisan STI has this report from Tokyo Japan. Welcome to new emperor on Wednesday with hito acceding to the throne in a ceremony attended only by males symbolic, Hugh leader ushers in a new era Ray, or beautiful harmony, one of the emperor's first major tasks will be to entertain US President Donald Trump who arrives later this month for state visit interfere Chris Asti, Bloomberg daybreak. You're in the UK. There's around with a neighbor vets policy on another e referendum some of the party's MP's won't want an Olsen Kim stances, while others would prefer a better Brexit deal general election yesterday, the ponies governing buddy agreed to stick to its policy of simply keeping the option of another poll on the table it disappointed labor backbencher Mary Cray danger. We're trying to ride. To wholesalers on nicest. Theresa May has demonstrated over the last two years is that you end up leasing date. The country is looking to the labor party for leadership. They're looking to labour leader for leadership, and this may French police carrying out full, potentially violent protests across the country. Bloomberg's Caroline Conan reports for the first time the universe will join climate activists any traditional union marches, but as many as fifteen hundred black blocks anarchists are also expected in Paris. French president mccone came up with a new wave of reforms last tweak. The two-thirds of the French said they were not convinced in Paris, counting Kernen, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Cable news twenty four hours a day on air take takes on Twitter,.
GOP Senator Stands by Trump's Emergency Declaration
"Alabama Senator Republican Richard Shelby revealing how hills vote on the Democrats attempt to block President Trump's declaration of a national emergency at the border with Mexico. I'm going to vote with the president. And I'm going to vote no on disapproval because I believe the president has some constitutional rights and some statutory rights to do some things in an emergency. Shelby. A guest on Fox News the declaration aimed at funding construction of the border wall.
Pressure mounts on Alabama publisher after he urges KKK to 'ride again'
"Alabama newspaper publisher faces demands that he resigned after his paper called for the KKK to ride again. He said the white supremacist groups should clean out Washington. Troy public radio's Kyle Gasset got reaction in Linden, Alabama. For the past week. One name keeps getting repeated at the checkout stand in Linden's Dollar General that of good low Sutton publisher editor of the democrat reporter newspaper. Pretty you'll get the people around Linden about good Loeser. Bobbi Williams has worked at the store for sixteen years. He remembers a newspaper racks were full of the democrat reporter on the front sidewalk, but about six months ago, another racially charged story changed that and lead to boycotts. They moved them and took him off the stores, but still somehow he printed his payback. He got him around in the past few years sentence op EDS have been particularly divisive in two thousand seventeen he wrote African American athletes should be allowed to kneel during the national anthem because two hundred years ago blacks were taught to kneel before white men in his latest column published last week he called for the Ku Klux Klan to rise up and quote nitrite. Again, he also singled out Democrats who he claims are plotting to raise taxes in Alabama. Prominent Alabama lawmakers have called on Sutton to resign. They include longtime GOP Senator Richard Shelby democrat Doug Jones, and Alabama's Republican governor civil rights activists are also upset about good lows column. He's used the word Democrats. But I have sneaky suspicion that he's talking more about African-Americans Benard simultaneous is the president of the Alabama chapter of the N double A C P. He says Sutton made a parts of his op Ed they claimed freed slaves once borrowed their masters Klan robes too frightened or kill people. And he's angry that Sutton later compared to the NWEA C P to the clan. I would ask them certain. How many churches has the NWC Pete mom you kill folk? How many heads the end of lease deal in two thousand nine Auburn university gave Sutton and his wife Jean awards for their investigative reporting. But yesterday. Auburn stripped him of the award. According to journalism advisory council, chairman, Anthony, cook, those types of comments were just flabbergasted. They're just outrageous and outlandish and cannot be tolerated. The university of southern Mississippi remove Sutton from its hall of fame and the Alabama Press Association, formerly censured him. Good low Sutton hasn't backed down under withering national criticism. But he did declined to be interviewed for this story saying he had to work on this weeks paper, which will be published tomorrow
Second US shutdown looms as border wall talks fail
"Herbst. A Capitol Hill talks on border security funding are at a stalemate lawmakers have until midnight Friday to get a deal signed by President Trump and avert another partial government shutdown Republican Senator Richard Shelby is one of the negotiators. I'm hoping we can get off the dime later today or in the morning because times taken away, but we've got some problems with the Democrats dealing with detaining criminals that come into the US and they want to cap on him. We don't want a cap on that Democrats want to limit the number of detention beds to prevent US immigration and customs enforcement from aggressively arresting
Border-security negotiations stall as another shutdown deadline looms
"And negotiations to stop another government shutdown have reportedly stalled as lawmakers remain at an impasse over border security, NPR, Shannon, van Zandt has more Republican Senator Richard Shelby chair of the Senate appropriations committee told Fox News Sunday the chances of a deal being reached are fifty fifty. I think the next twenty four hours are crucial. We could close some deals with. They've got to be good to secure our borders. Sources tell NPR talks had broken down over how many detention beds for immigration and customs enforcement will be funded through the agreement. Democrats want to limit the number of beds to prevent ice from aggressively arresting. Emigrants? If a deal is not reached by midnight Friday. The government could shut down again just three weeks after the longest government shutdown in history. Shannon, Dan sent NPR news
Top GOP immigration negotiator says a no-shutdown deal may be near
"Alabama's senior Senator Republican Richard Shelby meeting with President Trump about negotiations on border security the discussion aimed at avoiding another partial government shutdown. Shelby who is chair of the Senate appropriations committee says he expects some sort of a deal to be reached by Monday. Shelby. Speaking with reporters on Capitol Hill after his meeting with the president. Listen, I don't know if he had signed whatever we came up with. I the president was I had a very positive. Conversation with the president and the vice president earlier today. I believe he was very reasonable with us
"richard shelby" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Senator Richard Shelby told the tone is good between the various members of the conferees dealing in substance. Now, something we haven't done before speaker Pelosi told politico in a just published interview that she thinks Republicans are going to work really hard to avoid another government shutdown because she says for Republicans another shutdown would be quote too hot to handle. That's FOX's Peter Doocy at the capital big selloff on Wall Street. The Dow's down two hundred thirty points. This is Fox News. Radio KLBJ. I'm John Kelly and topping Austin's news Austin's watershed department is trying to find a solution to the growing number of homeless camps bound around creeks and streams as well as drainage areas watershed assistant director, Jose Guerrero, says these camps are creating a real hazard public safety. 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Share your opinions with Markelle Melinda at five one two eight three six zero five ninety caller taxed now here are Markelle Melinda. Channel three. Thanks a lot for joining us. We hope you're having a great day today. Texas lawmakers are in session here in Austin that Capital One of the things they're discussing is back scenes vaccination rates across the state of Texas right now, the public can get information on a school district by school district basis on the number of kids who have not been vaccinated. There's an effort underway to make it school by school campus by campus. And we're gonna talk about that to kick things off today. Joining us on the news live line is record Lakshmana director of advocacy and public policy for the immunization partnership. That is a nonprofit in Houston, and she joins us now on NewsRadio LBJ record. Good morning. How are you? The morning. Thank you for having me on your one of the groups who is supporting this effort to make it easier for parents to find out on a campus by campus basis. The number of kids who have not been vaccinated. Why in a nutshell are you doing this? Well, we believe it's an issue of transparency, you know, one of the things we're most concerned about related to that team. Preventable diseases are disease outbreaks, and you know, as, you know, unfortunately, Washington state is in in a state of emergency. Because of the number of measles cases, set of occurred thus far this year. And in Texas, we've already seen six cases of measles and needs soak in cages, and they tend to they tend to cluster in different parts of our communities and schools are one of those areas that likes to harbor illnesses and. We believe that. Currently the way the data are reported at a at a district level veteran. Tell us or doesn't give us the entire picture of the health of the individual school. So if you think about it, if you have a parent, for example, who has a child who is immune compromised, or is undergoing chemotherapy, those children cannot be back naked. And so they need their schools have high unionisation rates in order to protect ban. But the district level just gives you a snapshot really all it's all based on campus, gravel information. So as a parent is trying to make the decision trying to make an informed decision as to where to send their child. They've got this data available to either try to get their child to another school that does have high immunization rates or possibly find in an alternative learning environment. So recommend question to you is. Is in doing that in knowing campus by campus? I know a lot of these schools districts are zoned for where you live in that area with this. Then allow you if the school that you are supposed to go to zone to go to has a high rate of unvaccinated students, would you be able to move within the district? There are some districts that allow flexibility, and again, it's going to be based on a district by district basis. However, it's additional information for that. Parents you know to to help make that decision. So for example, if there's a campus that, you know, has, you know, higher exemption rates that parents could decide. Okay. You know, maybe that's not the right school for my child right now, it's going to be better for me to home school about child. But again, the more information a parent has the better would be for them to make the right decision for their child and for their family or their safeguards in this proposal to keep people from learning the specific names of the kids who are not vaccinated. Well, I think it's extremely important to remember. And to understand that the data that would be made how Blake is be identified. Meaning there are no name, and it's aggregated. So it's going to be a row. Percentage, though, for example, you know, a either the exemption rates are point zero five percents. There's there's nothing in the proposed legislation that is going to violate privacy, or or share out individuals names or any kind of identifying information does it specify particular types of vaccines or or is it just an overall rate. It's an overall rate in terms of you know, kind of immunization information, so exemption rates. All right. And this would also require the state of Texas, the health department and the Texas education agency to make reports what are those reports. And what's the purpose of those? Well, every year school districts, our half king report, the number of exemptions filed within their school districts, and what we're what we're saying is these data are already collected. So this is not a new process school districts are going to have to go through. It's just another way of collating and reporting the data back into the state health department. So if you have an ISP with a, you know, a hundred campuses when the ISD has to report the data and in the fall, so every an independent school district report data. In the fall, they have to collect each campus level data and roll it up into an aggregate so arm, and then that independent school district. Ada is been sensitization. So this just sort of. It's already uses existing data already collected. But it's just reported in a different manner. We're talking live on the market Melinda. Show NewsRadio KLBJ with record Lakshman director of advocacy and public policy for the immunization partnership. It's a Houston nonprofit, and they're supporting an effort by some state lawmakers to give parents the ability to find out on a campus by campus basis, the percentage of students at that campus who have not been vaccinated and to do. So without an open records request right now parents can only find out on a school district wide basis. For example, a ISD Leander lake Travis round rock, you can find out on a full district wide basis. This effort is to really pinpoint at school by school, and you're working on this. What did you think your chances are getting this approved by state lawmakers? Well, I mean, we'll we'll see you know, I think there's. There's a different level of interest the session. Related to immunization again. Because of the recent outbreaks we've seen in other parts of the country and what we're starting to see here in Texas. In fact, yesterday believe another case of measles was confirmed in Denton. And so we're starting to see more and more cases emerge, and you know, we're really worried that we're on the brink of other public health crisis. And again, we always use nasal marker. Because it's so highly infectious and contagious either to kind of put it another way if you are in a room with, you know, individuals who are not back stated, and there's a case of measles sets introduced in that room. There's a ninety percent chance that you know, those people are are are going to be infected. And so I think we'll have to wait and see we're still very early session. A Bill has been filed the Senate Bill three two nine, and it was filed by Senator fellas from Amarillo, and you know, we will you know, continue to wholeheartedly support data transparency and giving. Parents better information to bake good decisions. What are the comments that strikes me in the article in the Dallas Morning News reporting on this effort is from a parent who has chosen not to have her children vaccinated, she's expressing the concern record that this will lead to problems? Because inevitably some parents who have vaccinated their kids will continue searching, which ones have not been vaccinated. And there will be pressure pressure from the crowd on those who have chosen not to get vaccinated. How do you respond to that? Well, I mean in Texas, parents, you know, has the ability to choose whether or not they they want to vaccinate their children and nothing in this proposed piece of legislation suggests that parents ability or their right to to choose whether or not to toback khanate is is going to be removed. And again, I think it's really important to remember that the data is it's an aggregated aggregated number. You know, it's the intent is not to drill down to the individual. It really is there to give a snapshot of the health of the child school very similarly to data collected on school performance. You know, we we know how schools perform on how children perform on. Scores. But you know, to my knowledge, I don't think there's been an effort to make to figure out you know, where children stand on their learning abilities similar. We have data on screen. You know, frightened children who get free and reduced lunches. So again, this is just I think part of an overall report card if you wanna call call it that way about about about the school, and specifically the health of that school when it comes to the health of their child, though, parents get very very passionate. I could see some really pushing hard to find out. All right, which ones are the ones who are not vaccinated. I could see that coming about in some cases. I mean, I think I think we can all agree on we just want. What's best for our children, and we want we want our children to be an safe and healthy environment. I think it's also important to remember that, you know, parent, you know, parents on on another side also have that right to know whether or not their child wall is is healthy though. Again, whore information is is better. And this is just part of that process. We're talking live with wreck Lakshmana and about this effort in the Texas legislature to allow parents to get a campus by campus report on the percentage of kids at that particular campus who have not been vaccinated and to do..
"richard shelby" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Chairman Richard Shelby, put the chances of reaching an agreement to stave off another partial government shutdown as slim as long as President Donald Trump and house speaker Nancy Pelosi remained at odds. He says we've got to views on this subject. I jock Dr John Curtis online columnist dot com. John, what do you think? Georgia. I don't think he'll shut the government down. I mean, I think what you're saying. With this deployment on supporter. I mean, even know it had happened before I think you're saying Trump tried to assert themselves. But if he doesn't watch out he'll be deploying troops down in Venezuela. The European Union is your know tonight. Get gave an ultimatum to nNcholas Maduro basically saying if they now recognize the national. Chairman, we dot wait out as the interim president of Venezuela. But I think as far as Trump is concerned beating good took by shutting the government down does not bode well for him heading into twenty twenty. And I don't think he wants to repeat that I agree with you, John. Thank you so much in another view, of course from Howard bloom, author of the global brain Howard. Well, it's extremely unlikely that ah Trump will call for another shutdown. Everybody has been severely punished by last shot down. It is far more likely that sending troops down to Mexico. New troops indicates that he's headed for a state of emergency. But it's important to look at what the impact has been of this shutdown government, economists declared that there would be an economic price to pay for shutting down the government forcing eight hundred thousand workers to go without pay for five weeks at on Friday. We had one of the highest job numbers in recent history. We'd added three hundred and four thousand. Jobs to the economy January you figure the Obama administration only outpaced twice and the stock market went past twenty-five thousand which is six thousand four hundred points higher than when Donald Trump took office. It looked like President Trump's intuition was right? The economy was so strong that it can shrug office shutdown of the government or looked like conservatives. Right. And government was not the solution. That was the problem was that true. If the shutdown in the long run have zero impact it didn't the shutdown has damaged at least twenty two areas of your kinda me in mine. Those areas include FBI investigation cybersecurity the TSA Nassar janitor, secure NASA. Janitor security men and women's small businesses. Hotels, restaurants, ports manufacturers, importers exporters, and even the Super Bowl the national air traffic controllers association was reportedly forced to end planning sessions for the Super Bowl during the five weeks of the shutdown. Meaning that your pilgrimage to Atlanta to see a football game was risky. Then it should have been what's more. According to the government, accounting office, the shutdown cost economy eleven billion dollars that's enough money to build two hundred and forty four high schools, then and this is another reason that I don't think Trump is going to go for a second shutdown. Here's the human damage Saturday yesterday TSA worker in his forties. Climbed over the railing of a balcony high above the lobby of the Hyatt. Regency hotel at the Orlando international airport and jumped he killed himself. Yeah. That's not surprising. Lisa Beranek, a psychological researcher at.
"richard shelby" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Appropriations chairman, Richard Shelby. Put the chances of reaching an agreement to stave off another partial government shutdown as slim as long as President Donald Trump and house speaker Nancy Pelosi remained at odds. He says we've got two views on this subject. I jock Dr John Curtis online columnists dot com. John, what do you think? George. I don't think he'll shut the government down. I mean, I think what you're saying this deployment on supporter. I mean, even though there it had happened before I think you're saying Trump tried to assert themselves. But if he doesn't watch out he'll be deploying troops down in Venezuela varies from the European Union. Is you're not tonight. Get gave an ultimatum to nNcholas Maduro basically saying that they now bracket now, you know, the national chairman Guido go out as the interim president of Venezuela. But I think as far as Trump is concerned. Beating ready took by shutting the government down does not bode well for him heading into twenty twenty. And I don't think he wants to repeat that. I think I agree with you, John. Thank you so much in another view, of course from Howard bloom, author of the global brain Howard. Well, it's extremely unlikely that Trump will call for another shutdown. Everybody has been severely punished by last shot down. It is far more likely that sending troops down to Mexico. New troops indicates that he's headed for state of emergency. But it's important to look at what the impact is of this shutdown government, economists declared that there would be an economic price to pay for shutting down the government forcing eight hundred thousand workers to go without pay for five weeks at on Friday. We had one of the highest job numbers in recent history. We'd added three hundred and four thousand jobs to the economy in January. You figure the Obama administration only outpaced twice and the stock market went past twenty-five thousand which is six thousand four hundred points higher than went down. Trump took office. It looked like President Trump's intuition was right? The economy was so strong that it can shrug Walker shot of the government or looked like conservatives. Right. And government was not the solution. That what's the problem was that true? If the shutdown in the long run have zero impact it didn't the shutdown has damaged at least twenty two areas of your kinda me in mine. Those areas include FBI investigation cybersecurity the TSA NASA janitor, secure NASA, janitors. Security men and women small businesses. Hotels, restaurants, ports manufacturers, importers exporters, and even the Super Bowl the national air traffic controllers association was reportedly forced to end planning sessions for the Super Bowl during the five weeks of the shutdown meaning that your pilgrimage to Atlanta to see a football game was riskier than it should have been what's more. According to the government, accounting office, the shutdown cost the economy eleven billion dollars that's enough money to build two hundred and forty four high schools then. And this is another reason that I don't think Trump is going to go for a second shutdown. There's the human damage Saturday yesterday TSA worker in his forties. Climbed over the railing of a balcony high above the lobby of the Hyatt. Regency hotel at the Orlando international airport and jumped he killed himself. Killed him. That's not surprising. Lisa Baronet, a psychological researcher at the university of Albany studied eight hundred and fifty surveys taken after a sixteen day shutdown a two thousand thirteen the two thousand thirteen and with less than one and a half the length of our thirty day shutdown if Beranek found decreased life satisfaction and increased work family conflict and physical cognitive and emotional burnout five weeks after the shutdown ended, a we haven't reached the end of those five weeks yet Gerald Smith retiring thirty two year old intern or thirty two year long Internal Revenue Service employees admitted to the Washington Post that he found himself crying and no longer feeling valued because shutdown stress Steve Reeves a Federal Emergency Management agency safety official in Fort Worth told the Washington Post me and my family argued more. I was moody and short tempered. I am a retired soldier. It was real similar to my combat deployments. Yes. Reset of the stress of the shutdown was like the stress of war and added that my PTA. SD was barely in check. Thanks to the shutdown. Some of those valuable government employees boys with decades of experience or thinking of taking the easiest path out of their jobs and retiring, David, see and Internal Revenue Service employees in New Orleans told the Washington Post all the stress is not worth it. So we've got all of this damage, basically, we have shafted eight hundred thousand nearly a million workers. Well, it's way too many. That's for sure thank you Howard. Appreciate you being on the program or rans official news agency is reporting that a fire in the country space research center has killed three scientists the Sunday report quotes, the telecommunications minister they're saying that the three researchers have died because of a fire in one of the buildings of the space research center. Iran plans to launch a satellite into orbit despite US criticism that such launches benefit its ballistic missile programme, leaving Facebook may be good for your emotional wellbeing. But you could be less informed about current events. A new report from researchers at the New York University and Stanford University looked at what happened to people who deactivated their accounts. The researchers paid people one hundred and two dollars to turn off their Facebook accounts for four weeks the Facebook free people reported being happier while not using the site being less active online. Line and using other social media sites less. The study found that the subjects were less polarized politically. But less informed about factual news after being off Facebook for a month. Interesting. Let's check in with Warren Weinstein, our expert on the internet. What do you think of that Lorne? I went and I read the full study because I wanted to see what the what the details were. And you know, they use Facebook in this in this study other kind of extrapolating to other social media, generally they're trying to. With all due respect to the authors. The studies the study reports is full of data charts. It's got statistics. It really strikes me like a skyscraper built on a foundation of sand because they admit their sample size was quite small. It wasn't well-balanced from a statistical standpoint and the effects that they're talking about these happiness. Ticks really relatively small. So you're really left with a question. But a study like this does it really give you any information to get you past you know, sort of your basic intuitive feeling. Yeah. If you spend less time on social media, find other things to do that. Maybe you're more interesting. When you start talking about concepts like being happier study like this. You're dealing with rather hazy very subjective self reported measures, and you're left wondering, you know. Could you have actually okay, you get some more happiness leaving social media? But what you have gotten even more happiness with a nice big chunk of chocolate. That's a good point. Wh what it does tell you. The Lauren is a lot of people are getting their news on the internet. Yeah. And and and that's not just social media. Of course. I mean, there's lots, you know, there are news sites. I get I actually get most of my news throughout through an old school mechanism called RSS, which is apparently gaining in popularity again, which lets me look across a very broad range of sites to see what's being discussed. Not just on one satellite fight, but decentralized across the internet in terms of of news headlines, but yeah, most people do centralized and social media to the extent that they do that at one site. They're going to be vulnerable to all the positives. And negatives of that kind of approach that we've talked about the past. Thanks, lauren. I'm sure we'll be talking with you this week more people over the age of seventy five should be taking statins. According to scientists there have been a lack of evidence about how much the cholesterol lowering drugs benefit this age group, but the review found they cut the risk of major cardiovascular disease and all ages, including those over the age of seventy five up next decoding the anti Christ on coast to coast AM. When.
"richard shelby" Discussed on WRVA
"Appropriations chairman, Richard Shelby. Put the chances of reaching an agreement to stave off another partial government shutdown as slim as long as President Donald Trump and house speaker Nancy Pelosi remained at odds. He says we've got to views on this subject. I jock Dr John Curtis online columnist dot com. John, what do you think? George. I don't think he'll shut the government down. I mean, I think what you're saying with this deployment on the border. I mean, even know it it'd happened before I think you're saying Trump tried to assert themselves. But if he doesn't watch out he'll be deploying troops down in Venezuela. Very soon. European Union is you're not tonight. Great gave an ultimatum to nNcholas Maduro basically saying that they now bracket now is the national chairman we dot great out as the interim president of Venezuela. But I think as far as Trump is concerned beating goody took by shutting the government down does not bode well for him heading into twenty twenty. And I don't think he wants to repeat that I agree with you, John. Thank you so much in another view, of course from Howard bloom, author of the global brain Howard. Well, it's extremely unlikely that Trump will call for another shutdown. Everybody has been severely punished by last shot down. It is far more likely that sending troops down to Mexico. New troops indicates that he's had it for a state of emergency. But it's important to look at what the impact is of this shutdown government economists declared that there. It would be an economic price to pay for shutting down the government forcing eight hundred thousand workers to go without pay for five weeks at on Friday. We had one of the highest job numbers recently history. We'd added three hundred and four thousand jobs to the economy in January. You figure the Obama administration only outpace twice and the stock market went past twenty-five thousand which is six thousand four hundred points higher than when Donald Trump. Took office. It looked like President Trump's intuition was right? The economy was so strong that it can shrug office shutdown of the government or looked like conservatives. Right. And government was not the solution. It what's the problem? Was that true? If the shutdown in the long run have zero impact it didn't the shutdown his damaged at least twenty two areas of your economy of mine. Those areas include FBI investigation cybersecurity the TSA NASA janitor, secure NASA, janitors. Security men and women small businesses. Hotels restaurants ports, then you factor is importers exporters and even the Super Bowl, the national air traffic controllers association was reportedly forced to end planning sessions for the Super Bowl during the five weeks of the shutdown meaning that your pilgrimage to Atlanta to see a football game was riskier than it should have been what's more. According to the government, accounting office, the shutdown cost the economy eleven billion dollars that's enough money to build two hundred and forty four high schools, then and. This is another reason that I don't think Trump is going to go for a second shutdown. There's the human damage Saturday yesterday TSA worker in his forties. Climbed over the railing of a balcony high above the lobby of the Hyatt. Regency hotel at the Orlando international airport and jumped he killed himself killed himself. Yeah. That's not surprising. Lisa Baronet, a psychological researcher at the university of Albany studied eight hundred and fifty surveys taken after a sixteen day shutdown a two thousand and thirteen that two thousand thirteen down with less than one and a half the length of our thirty five day shutdown Beranek found decreased life satisfaction and increased work family conflict and physical cognitive and emotional burn out five weeks after the shutdown ended a we haven't reached the end of those five weeks yet Gerald Smith retiring thirty two year old intern or thirty two year long Internal Revenue Service employees admitted to the Washington Post that he found himself crying and no longer feeling valued because shutdown stress Steve Reeves a Federal Emergency Management agency safety official in Fort Worth told the Washington Post me and my family argued more. I was moody and short tempered. I am a retired soldier. It was real similar to my combat deployments. Yes. Re said that the stress of the shutdown was like the stress of war and REEs added that my PTSD. She was barely in check. Thanks to the shutdown. Some of those valuable government employees voice with decades of experience or thinking of taking the easiest path out of their jobs and retiring, David c Koronen Internal Revenue Service employees in New Orleans told the Washington Post all the stress is not worth it. So we've got all of this damage, basically, we have shafted eight hundred thousand nearly a million workers. Well, it's way too many. That's for sure thank you Howard. Appreciate you being on the program. A rans official news agency is reporting that a fire in the country's space research center has killed three scientists the Sunday report quotes, the telecommunications minister there saying that the three researchers have died because of a fire in one of the buildings of the space research center. Iran plans to launch a satellite into orbit despite US criticism that such launches benefit ballistic missile program, leaving Facebook may be good for your emotional wellbeing. But you could be less informed about current events. A new report from researchers at New York University and Stanford University looked at what happened to people who d- activated their accounts. The researchers paid people one hundred and two dollars to turn off their Facebook accounts for four weeks the Facebook free people reported being happier while not using the site being less active on. Line and using other social media sites less. The study found that the subjects were less polarized politically. But less informed about factual news after being off Facebook for a month. Interesting. Let's check in with Warren Weinstein, our expert on the internet. What do you think of that Lorne? I went and I read the full study because I wanted to see what the what the details were they use Facebook in this in this study other kind of extrapolating to other social media, generally they're trying to. With all due respect to the authors. You the studies the study reports is full of data charts. It's got statistics. It really strikes me like a skyscraper built on a foundation of fan because they admit their sample size was quite small. It wasn't well-balanced from a statistical standpoint and the effects that they're talking about these happiness statistics. Really relatively small. So you're really left with the question. But a study like this does it really give you any information to get you past you know, sort of your basic intuitive feeling. Yeah. If you spend less time on social media, find other things to do that. Maybe you're more interesting. When you start talking about concepts like being happier in a study like this, you're dealing with rather hazy, very subjective self reported measures, and you're left wondering, you know. Could you have actually okay, you get some more happiness leaving social media, but what you have gotten even more happiness with a nice big chunk of chocolate. That's a good point. What it does tell you. The Lorne is a lot of people are getting their news on the internet. And and and that's not just social media. Of course. I mean, there's lots, you know, there there are news sites. I get I actually get most of my news throw through an old school mechanism called RSS, which is apparently gaining in popularity again, which lets me look across a very broad range of sites to see what's being discussed. Not just on. One centralized site. But decentralized across the internet in terms of news headlines, but yeah, most people do centralized and social media to the extent that they do that at one site. They're going to be vulnerable to all the positives. And negatives of that kind of approach that we've talked about the past. Thanks, lauren. I'm sure we'll be talking with you this week more people over the age of seventy five should be taking statins. According to scientists there have been a lack of evidence about how much the cholesterol lowering drugs benefit this age group at the review found they cut the risk of major cardiovascular disease and all ages, including those over the age of seventy five up next decoding the anti Christ on coast to coast AM. When.
Meet the Senate Committee Trying to Keep the Government Open
"The Senate conference committee has begun work on finding a deal on security. Alabama Republican Senator Richard Shelby is confident that they can work it out the president is increased his funding request based on the advice of our border security professionals on the ground. I hope we he the goddess of these professionals for my Democrat, Patrick layhee says people in his party are not making this a political issue continue to support border security, but we're for smart border security,
"richard shelby" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"Comet pressures and mild inflation following a two day meeting fed chair Jerome Powell offered a cautiously optimistic assessment colleagues. I have one overarching goal to sustain the economic expansion with a strong job market and stable prices for the benefit of the American people. The US economy is in a good place, and we will continue to use or monetary policy tools to help keep it. There also says it's prepared to slow the reduction of its bond bond-holdings if needed to support the economy also voting mostly along party lines House Democrats voted to give federal civilian workers at two point six percent. Pay raise. Seventeen bipartisan lawmakers charged with hammering out an agreement on border security and avoiding another possible shutdown. They have formerly begun their work today. There was lots of optimism, but also signs of the challenges that lie ahead. Alabama's Richard Shelby. Our border patrol tells us that they need physical barriers to help them do their job. Patrick layhee needs to address problems was flu. Rooted in packs are merely rooted campaign group has until February fifteenth strike some sort of deal, the president tweeting ahead of time that they would be wasting their time if they weren't talking about a wall Capitol Hill. Correspondent Wally Hindes reporting. Ninety million Americans are dealing with deadly below zero temperatures the Minnesota department of transportation even had to pull snowplows off roads for warming breaks as temps plunged mechanically as clouds began to fail. Amtrak has cancelled all trains out of Chicago today and tomorrow and natural gas utility companies urging people to conserve to prevent outages. And Wall Street liked the good news from the fed. The Dow up for thirty five NASDAQ up one fifty five SNP up forty one. For more details. Visit townhall dot com. Following is not an actor, but a.
"richard shelby" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Better Senator Richard Shelby along with Senator. Jim Inhofe, John Kennedy of Louisiana, and before that Senator Lindsey Graham, the Texas standard has this headline. The mayor of accounting, Texas, says A wall will not solve the realities of the border problems. Jim darling says hundreds of Silom seekers who come to the US legally ended up in mcallen every few days. Here's a portion of what he said. You know, I hate to call it a crisis because really the crisis technically, I guess is getting the people here because of the journey through Mexico leaving everything having Central America. I think we need to do immigration reform. But until the government keeps dropping him off on our doorstep. We're going to have to deal with it. And so we deal with it and Catholic charities enough. We have our ups and downs. No, we moved into a new facility that we have problems is no basic, it gets we had problems at a lot of the people that were coming ever used the toilet before we had to train basic some of the basic things like that. So it's it's amazing. The different challenges. But I certainly wouldn't call it a crisis. You know, that's where all the, publicity and the wall is a crisis on the border because depiction is five hundred people were getting are illegal illegal aliens. And technically when we get in their legal waiting. You're hearing. I hate to use the word crisis on the board. Are you seeing any effects of the government shutdown in far as processing these folks, not sort of thing? Yeah. I mean know we have a huge contingent of border patrol and see VP officers. And so it's a strain on them. No doubt about it is ministered people are laid off. I guess nobody figures that they have any administrative duties to support the guys in the field. And so on their our neighbors, and our friends, etc. And they're not getting paid in there working. And I'm sure that it's disrupting operations. We had a final briefing before the shutdown happened with them in they have contingencies. But it's serious stressing their systems and think if you had the ear of the president and congressional leaders what would. Did you tell them about their border wall stalemate? Get compromise. Is what politics is all about him. This was local government. You quitting south this problem for at least five years now get new people in there to do it. But I just can't understand it. I know Senator Cornyn has made attempts in number two guy in the Senate. No, we listened apparently not listening to him from his standpoint. And I think you know, he knows Patrick border and anybody else he's been down here. More than anybody else. Border security is important, but a while especially where you have a river that's a relatively efficient deterrent, and you have lights twice a property that are going to be cut off from going. We call it the new border. It's important to take a look at that. It's not like Arizona to earn Mexico or the main parts of California where there's no border. You don't know where it is. Now, we know where border isn't we have one? And so I think when you take into consideration logical criteria property ownership in really effectiveness and border security just saying the walls awhile. I think the effective way to protect our border, Jim darling. He is the mayor of macallan, Texas where the president was earlier today. And that interview is available on the Texas standard website. In case you missed it from earlier in the week, former congressman Baidoa work potential twenty twenty presidential candidate claiming that the borders are in his words safe safe safe. Here's what he posted on Twitter. He has seized this motion all language, very effectively. Completely irresponsibly not tethered to the truth. But if. If I haven't had experience that we've had. In Michigan Iowa, Oregon the.
Shelby says shutdown "could last a long, long time"
"Tuscaloosa, Alabama is Republican Senator Richard Shelby. He's one of the most powerful groups in congress. He runs the appropriations committee Senator Shelby and his fellow members control government spending. Senator welcome to face the nation. Thank you. Sir. Forty seven percent of Americans blame the president for the shutdown. Thirty three percent blame Democrats. According to the latest Reuters poll where do negotiations stand? Our negotiations are at an impasse at the moment. I wish it were not so but we've got to move away from the blame game the blaming the president blaming the Democrats Pelosi and Schumer and others and get back to doing what we're sent there to do to fund the government that's been my mandate. That's what we've been working hard this year in a bipartisan way on the appropriations committee central Lahey. The Senator from Vermont is the ranking democrat on the committee. I believe if people would help us along would do what we did with the seventy five percent that we find it at a government funded all the sooner the better. Have you spoken with the president or the White House since the shutdown began last Saturday? I had lunch with the president and the vice president last Saturday and. We talked at length about it. Had to bring it to a close out to fund the government and the president made some proposals through the vice president I made some proposals to Senator Schumer. The night before. But right now. We're at a standoff, and I think that's not good for the Senate house are America, we can do better. And we've got to figure out a way Margaret to get to. Yes. If we blame each other this could last a long long time, why is the Democrats offer to continue current levels of one point three billion and border security. Why is that not enough? Well, the president wants more as I tried to work a deal earlier on where he would get two and a half billion this year in two and a half next year. Try to have a compromise that didn't work out. I do believe that the president would like to work. Yes.
Bitcoin extends slide and loses 30 percent in a week
"And what's happened is that, you know, people just aren't buying the machines to mind, bitcoin and other. Me. What does mine come on? You've done this for decades. What does accumulate Cumulus mine? All these calculations in order to generate bitcoin, and you need high powered machines to do it and video has the kind of chips running those machines. And by the way, we should point out that stock is down another one and a half percent in today's race. And I just give you the news from Switzerland at the exchange. There has given a green light to the world's first exchange traded product tracking multiple crypto currencies the Amazon crypto E T P will begin trading next week. So they'll be another outlet for your money. If you look. What a fork is this weekend. It's like a roster different than a spoon. It's like a Robert frost opponents a wrote you take the fork in the road takes up when you get there. When you get to the fork in the road, take moving David Wilson. Thank you so much bitcoin. I mean, come on five thousand eighty one is the intraday lie. Let let's talk about something just, you know, Staples like the US government. Let's bring in our expert when it comes to all things related to the federal budget. Jack Fitzpatrick is our Bloomberg government budget reporter Jack Fitzpatrick, the president met with Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell as well. As Richard Shelby. Republican from Alabama Senator Shelby the appropriations chairman he met with them over the weekend. Are we going to get a budget shutdown is that gonna happen there?
Rapper Mac Miller has died at age 26
"Rapper MAC Miller died yesterday at the age of twenty six. The Los Angeles County coroner's office says an autopsy will be performed to determine the exact cause of death. As NPR's, Justin. Richmond reports the entertainer scored five top ten releases on the billboard album chart and was supposed to start a tour next month. Mac. Miller's best known to the general public force former relationship with personal musical with pop star Ariana GRANDE. One
In Moscow, US senator hopes for "new day" in US-Russia ties
"Ars with explosives and giving them to children and military service members some us lawmakers are in russia to warn against election interference the delegation of senate republicans have begun that trip to russia by traveling to saint petersburg meeting the city's governor there senator jeff alabama richard shelby is leading the delegation that includes lawmakers from several southern states senators visiting ahead of president donald trump's plan summit with ladimir putin in finland this month the senators say they intend to use the trip to warn russia's leadership against meddling in us politics they hope to meet with putin himself but a kremlin spokesman would not say if that will happen fast retrieval abc news moscow the desperate search for missing youth soccer team in a cave in thailand has entered its tenth day us air force captain jessica tate says they're part of a tie led rescue effort that also includes australia and china mission is when you think about like conditions on the weather conditions but i think what the benefits of the situation is so many forty you know governments highland people the boys in their coach win for an excursion in a system of caves but became trapped when it flooded rescuers hope the team has some food and access to clean water in order to survive of cruise ship crewmen who spent nearly twenty four hours in the waters off cuba after falling from his ship has been rescued no word on how he fell overboard from a norwegian cruise liner saturday that passengers on a carnival ship glory spotted the man twenty miles offshore here's the captain of that carnival ship walk through and guess through lifing zone why would lower the lifeboats three three from the water the rescued crewmen is said to be in stable condition ktar is on the economy a new survey reveals too many people mistakenly believe they can improve their credit scores by carrying a balance on their credit cards match alz with credit cards dot com tells ktar more than forty million americans are doing it the trouble with is carrying a balanced doesn't help your credit score in it means that.
"richard shelby" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Republicans over democrats and i think that it's a shame that we had a candidate that quite frankly is probably the worst candidate and we've had in the history of modern politics from alabama um just a really flawed candidate 'cause a lot of problems with more moderate republicans and younger republicans in particular you know i'm kinda glad that roy more is not going to be presenting us but at the same time i'm not happy because we sent a democrat to the senate right who did you vote for if i may ask i wrote in richard shelby richard shelby is the senior republican senator of alabama when you look at this vote we saw republicans initially repudiate more but then fall in line even the present united states as supported were more at the end what are your thoughts on that well i can understand that point of view you know i think with as many crazy things that went on and our election i think reasonable mons can differ on how to go about your vote in going about processing what happen i think if you characterize this election as oh trump came to alabama and loss that your mistake it's not about trump it's about ruined more and how people were protesting this canada the alabama race gave democrats some hope about making gains in 2018 and the result was interpreted by many as a black eye for the president since he ended up endorsing were more i understand you voted for president trump in 2016 idea how how do you feel about him in his leadership you know there are there are a few things i really like what the economy is doing i really like this tax package is coming through now the tweets i have concerns about but i think a lot of americans have concerns about that i'm getting in fights with the media is kind of a necessary and a distraction from the important policy goals that this administration hass david wisdom of birmingham alabama he joined us via skype thank you very much thank.
"richard shelby" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Four three 33 33 now a lot is going to be made of how many right in votes there were in obviously those were probably from republicans who weren't gonna vote for doug jones but felt like they could not vote for one more an richard shelby the senior senator of alabama a conservative republican i mean he announced over the weekend he didn't say who leaves going to write in probably was luther strange but he announced he was going to be voting for worry more 2for3 33 33 and by you can do the math and say well of that but the bottom line is a for white in option wasn't available to many of those thousands of people maybe they just would not have voted at all tony your next on news radio kkob what do you think about what happened in alabama tony i think it was wonderful end the pick up on what you're caller jeff said look thing i think a lot of people are missing here's that between obama for jinya in alabama minorities in his home country holds the balance of power but but i mean i don't know where i don't know why virginia comes up in this conversation virginia's blue state that's true for jimmy is a boost in that you take a look at at what happened take a look virginia's map date map prior to and after the election but yet but tony bse and we're alabama's death alabama still a deep red state i mean there's not going blue it's not going blue this was about way more uh a guy who wasn't that popular with republicans throughout most of his career anyway when he ran for office he didn't he lost more than one uh and then when you factor in the allegations made against him i mean at white hart and he still only lost by a point and a half this is true but to be quite frank with you i doubt very seriously of jones will ever win another state election but the fact of the matter still stance that when minorities or organized and come out to vote they hold the balance of.
"richard shelby" Discussed on WDRC
"More but the bigger question i have to you is is this a shot across the bow to all establishment republicans called sunday richard shelby said that he did not vote for loyd more young and growing more backers have lashed out against him and i get in tehran forty years old have only known to tenders higher life jeff sessions and richard shelby i don't know exactly when they got a lake did but is this really more they they are the republicans scared that appointment worried the sand that this is going to be on trams by the four happen i think you're you're right and matt here of the four or five different things are at play here number one the democrat cnn opportunity not just to take out more but to take a shot at donald trump and maybe even to get away with impeaching him that's one angle the second angle is that the mainstream republicans the establishment republicans the ones i call rhinos republicans in name only they saw this as an opportunity that's why they backed luther strange it's why i think they got donald trump to bat luther strange and a primary any lost which was a shot back away they're they're not hearing young adult i i don't let you know know much about how donald politics but to have the wrote republican thinner gonna know yet appointed by you know he was the attorney general appointed by the governor he was on the way out the.
"richard shelby" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"And that's just a bad is a huge trend that's been growing in politics but really win it at the overdrive in twenty two south south john's point about the structure of the state gal by gallup selfidentification poll it's the fit there six most conservative state in the union who went for donald trump by 28 points hasn't elected a democrat to the senate since richard shelby you then switches and became a republican so it takes a candidate as bad as worry more to make this a competitive rates in this guys worse yeah we saw belong longest streak of job creation in american history by far a streak that still continues by the way banks obama i think it's laughable that president obama thinks he has anything to do with the success of where the economy is right now the economy was just over one percent gdp when president trump took over it it has gradually gone up we expect it is possible the hit four percent gdp by the first quarter next year and had nothing to do with president obama and i think everybody knows it well i don't know i thought he knows a lot of stuff trumpian this thing is going around barack obama thanks obama he got a little bit of thanks obama responding to a statement from former president barack obama last week on the economy that was sarah huckabee sanders joining us now former treasury official and morning joe economic analysts steve ratner good to have you here steve right in early they get you.
"richard shelby" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Uh frequently what we're hearing from people who are willing more supporters is that they don't believe the charges that they are deep into a culture where the president of the united states i have frequently uses the words fake news to describe any kind of reporting that he he has he finds fault with whether it's accurate or not and so what we find for many of more supporters as they dave adopted that slogan here to say this is all fake they don't believes the uh what's a what's all nine women and and uh perhaps as many as thirty corroborating witnesses they just flatly don't believe it i mean this aspect this is an aspect all religious faith about that as well that the more uh the more dis contradicted the more that the the sort of face becomes reinforced has the fact that even alabama's senior senator richard shelby uh has publicly dissociated himself from mole who will possibly shortly be his colleague representing the state is that made any difference at all i can't say for sure but i i tend to think made makes a difference in and this is something that our paper is going to be writing about for tomorrow's addition in that is the idea that senator richard shelby has been in the united states senate for thirty years he knows how to get things done in the us that he's been stalwart at directing federal dollars to programs in the state education and economic development and when he sends out a flare that says that the more cannot get things done that he doesn't think that his way will be very successful in directing money and passing legislation i think there could be some people in the state that pay attention to that we should talk about the democrat candidate doug jones as well let's not completely on hurdles in the mould nights for democrats to win office in alabama there was a democratic governors recently 2003 dorm siegelman granted the di did light later end up in a federal prison but you know the record stands.
"richard shelby" Discussed on CNN's The Daily DC
"That is startling to here and to see um richard shelby is not one that's like out on cable television of time and just gap in for yapen sake uh this is somebody who clearly went on the program with jake knew the question was coming about roy more and clearly wanted to answer it and basically tell his fellow republicans in alabama he couldn't bring himself to do it giving cover them if they feel they can't bring themselves to do they need to vote for a right in candidate the way that richard shelby did so you put all that together on the same day by the way that you here uh donald trump's accusers the women who have accused trump of rising him back in the spotlight making their case asking for congress to investigate the them uh which of course is back at the issue that has been at center since these allegations gets 'rumour emerged of the alabama senate race you you realize we are in a cultural moment and so this race in alabama has taken sort of an outsized proportion of attention not just because of what it means to the numbers and alabama or what it might mean to republican party problems as their sort of internal warfare continues in in the republican party but also just what it means for where we are culturally and are we somewhere culturally nationally or does regionally different things breakdown differently and there was some focused group that frank luntz did now obama over the weekend that might suggest that are you know these charges against roma.
"richard shelby" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Ethics investigation that is going to commence immediately should judge more get elected i don't know that you can have it both ways i don't know the you can say you've got to scrutinize and overturn the will of the voters of alabama should more win but but not apply that standard to the you know twelve or fifteen or eighteen women or whatever who are accusing president trump of having groped them or harassed them and i'm not real sure i senator scott did not come across particularly consistent when he went down those two different paths this is why newt gingrich says al franken should have never resigned now franken and there are many who claim he is he is not going to resign when all is said and done he's going to hold on until the election in alabama tomorrow she what happens and then decide whether he's actually going to change his mind or not i wouldn't put anything fat past al franken you heard the resignation speech we carried it live on the show last week he wasn't remorseful he's nominees emotional he wasn't remorseful he didn't take responsibility for anything he didn't really admit to any misconduct and he never said he was sorry so frankly then why would you quit while you'd resign because they're pushing you out and their pushing you out so they think they can go after a bigger fish name with the president of the united states and after hearing the short of wildly inconsistent senator tim scott yesterday on meet the press i can see why they they think republicans are vulnerable on this issue in a big way here's senator richard shelby out of alabama uh you think he you know the eight he's you know would be a fellow senator a a senate colleague duroy more should he win senator richard shelby who i need a point out used to be a democrat made it very clear he's not voting for roy more there's a time as we call it a tipping point uh and apathy so many accusations so many cut so many drip drip drip we got to the 14yearold old story a story that was enough for me i said i k vote for roy.
"richard shelby" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The only person injured again we'll bring him morris we learn it let's try one more time to go to alabama and begin this story with the sound of alabama senior senators names rich chelsea i'm just going to tell you what richard shelby had to say he said that i cannot vote for roy more that was the senators statement and it was significant of course because richard shelby for many years has been a republican one of the leading republican voices in the state of alabama and it is in the state of alabama that roy moore has won his party's nomination richard shelby said he couldn't vote for democrat he was determined to vote for republican but the republican he chose to back was a distinguished republican whose name he said that he wrote in this is a dilemma many republicans have been facing the argument has been made by roy moore's supporters that they need that 52nd vote in the senate they need roy more force supreme court nominations for a tax bill that has yet to reach a final conclusion and four other situations in which president trump is needing support on the flip side of course is roy moore's personal behaviour the record of morris behavior he is accused by numerous women of having pursued them or even assaulted them or done other things to them when the young women were as young as fourteen these incidents happening many years ago when roy moore was in his thirties so that election is coming tomorrow and richard shelby said he'd already cast an absentee ballot and he had written in ridden ridden in the name of a distinguished republican here's how he put it let's listen at last i couldn't vote for roy more the state of alabama deserve better the alabama republican says he could not follow the national republican party and back the party senate candidate in a special election shelby told cnn he wrote in another republican on his absentee ballot the white even jelica vote is a big part of the alabama electorate and we've called penn a young man's president of concerned women for america which is a national evangelical group based in washington good morning good morning steve so as you know roy more supporters.
"richard shelby" Discussed on KOIL
"To say that i don't know why they're saying it but it's not true so it's not true he says and he watched him his eyes were darting all over the place while he was saying that he's making the denials just for what it's worth just an indication that he might be lying if yes no i don't know you know look it now the ogden trigger a john long so loud vulgar i'll know now tafe and then this guy richard shelby who you know the senator richard shelby longtime senator from al now deal he he can't vote for more he says he says you can't support the guy and his one of those his girlfriend hair dye here's what he told cnn's state of alabama deserve better uh i think we've got a lotta great republicans won and cared to state beautifully and served in the senate honourably so he voted for a right in candidate did richard shelby the of the republican senator from from the state so you have that tax reform the still working on how susan collins came out over the weekend says she still on the fence about it so that as some republicans so worried about with me get to the finish line there and then the allegations against president trump getting subdue attention partly because nikki haley ambassador to the un says that any of the allegations against the president campi ignore men who kings anyone should be they should be heard and they should be dealt with and i think anyone who have felt violated or felt mistreated in any way they have every right to.
"richard shelby" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"Thanks for being with us welcome into a wednesday president trump his momentarily escaped the intense spotlight of washington he spent last night on stage at a rally in youngstown ohio with the exception of the late great abraham lincoln i can be more presidential than any president that's ever held this office that i can tell mr trump lashed out against the media as he faces increasing criticism even from members of his own party for calling the russia investigation a witch hunts and for blasting his own attorney general jeff sessions he also highlighted what he feels our successes since i took office we have cut illegal immigration on our southern border by record numbers sevodya meanwhile the white house staff is in the middle of a major shakeup white house press secretary sean spicer resigned friday and yesterday michael short senior assist the white house press secretary resigns mr trump brought on anthony scaramucci to be his new communications director republicans are rallying to the defense of attorney general jeff sessions as he continued whether public criticism for president trump over his decision to recuse himself from investigations into russia's election interference and other concerns among those singing the praises of mr sessions yesterday allah obama senator richard shelby and tell you that the attorney general has with loyal to the president he was only center recalled it openly endorsed him and worked hard foreign and sessions got a lot of goodwill up here with his colleagues is to sessions the former alabama senator was an early backer of mr trump's campaign i am disappointed in the attorney general he should not have recused himself almost immediately after he took office the president continued his twitter attacks of mr sessions yesterday seeing is ag had been called to very weak on prosecuting hillary clinton over the use of her private email server while at the state department that's after mr trump though last year till the new york times hit and want to pursue charges as the ganster.
"richard shelby" Discussed on KTRH
"America's first news this morning with gordon deal fix being with us welcome into a wednesday president trump his momentarily escaped the intense spotlight of washington he spent last night on stage at a rally in youngstown ohio with the exception of the late great abraham lincoln i can be more presidential than any president that's ever held this office that i can tell mr trump lashed out against the media as he faces increasing criticism even from members of his own party for calling the russia investigation a witch hunts in for blasting his own attorney general jeff sessions he also highlighted what he feels our successes since i took office we have cut illegal immigration on our southern border by record numbers 78 use meanwhile the white house staff is in the middle of a major shakeup white house press secretary sean spicer resigned friday and yesterday michael short senior assistant the white house press secretary resigns mr trump brought on anthony scaramucci to be his new communications director the republicans are rallying to the defense of attorney general jeff sessions as he continued to whether public criticism from president trump over his decision to recuse himself from investigations into russia's election interference and other concerns among those singing the praises of mr sessions yesterday allah obama senator richard shelby and tell you that the attorney general has with loyal to the president he was only soon for recalled it openly endorsed him in worked hard foreign and sessions got a lot of goodwill up here with his colleagues is to sessions the former alabama senator was an early backer of mr trump's campaign i am disappointed in the attorney general he should not have recused himself almost immediately after he took office the president continued his twitter attacks of mr sessions yesterday seeing is ag had been called to very weak on prosecuting hillary clinton over the use of her private emails server while at the state department that's after mr trump though last year till the new york times hit and want to pursue charges against her.