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"rick heating" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"rick heating" Discussed on WTOP

"Pulling out of the deal accusing Russia of Rick heated violations the New York times reports Moscow hasn't permitted flights over a city where Russia may be deploying nuclear weapons that could reach Europe CBS news correspondent Kevin McCormick exiting the treaty is expected to worsen relations with Russia and anger some European allies and members of Congress more about the pandemic tonight locally prince George's county executive Angela also broke says that if current data trends continue the county will be on track to move toward a modified re opening June first but she's urging caution she says the covert nineteen continues to be the leading cause of death in the county since April Montgomery county executive Marc Elrich tells WTOP he is monitoring what his neighbors are doing but he's not ready to give a date for phase one for re opening in Montgomery County mayor Muriel Bowser says tonight the district could begin a phased reopening a week from tomorrow but only if the coronavirus numbers don't get worse we've got the status of DC area pools at WTOP dot com search tool to find out what's open what is closed this holiday weekend traditionally a big pool weekend as you know but not this year the CDC is now saying that the corona virus does not spread easily from touching contaminated surfaces or objects it's possible that it could spread that way but the agency says the main where the virus is transmitted is person to person but I don't think any of us are going to give up our Clorox wipes anytime soon Maryland is expanding access to child care for workers returning to their jobs until now only.

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"rick heating" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

12:29 min | 2 years ago

"rick heating" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"To the Rick under show. You know, there are some very interesting things going on in the United States Senate all of which seemed to be driven and powered by Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell yesterday. I came across a very interesting op Ed in the hill written by my friend, one Williams one is here to discuss to discuss the article with us, as you know, one is an author and Fox News commentator, his latest blood, which I have read. It's really good is what the hell do you have to lose Trump's war on civil rights the article because I think you're gonna want to go look it up is entitled McConnell's hypocrisy on the courts, you'll find that in the hill. One welcome to the program. Whoa. Congratulations ricca. You know? I love your voice on radio. So I'm so glad to find you and glad to be with you today. You love it puts you to sleep. Right. When you. You know, the audience is gonna doubt because they'll say, well, he's on the radio. He's talking to Rick. But Rick is one of the smartest political players. And it's a pleasure to know that you know, the people can listen to you again. Well, yeah. The check in the mail one. What can I? Let's talk about McConnell because I'm glad somebody else has been noticing. What the heck is he doing? Well, I think the bottom line is. He's trying to develop a legacy as the man who put a generation of hard right conservatives on the court in advance. And I think this is the unsaid part of it in advance of what he thinks is one the collapse of the Republican party under Trump and to the probability that Trump won't be there. Either. You know, for a second term or beyond the Republican party has imploded at the moment is not in good shape. And he wants to be able to go to the conservatives to the right wing talk show host say all of you that we're putting me that all you didn't understand not only did we get Gorsuch and cabinet on the supreme court, but we loaded up all of the US appeals courts the district courts with hard right conservative. And as a result last week. What did he do? Rick heat went nuclear and -absolutely changed the rules with regard to confirmations. So right now, there's no blue slip process, which means that people senators from their home states no longer can object to a nominee. And Secondly, it's not about sixty votes to end the filibuster. Now, we go from thirty hours of discussion down to two hours and pretty much. Nobody can stop, you know, a roaring train coming through in midnight. Ask you one because I think people who have been following this to some degree kind of ask themselves. All right. What is the big difference between having thirty hours of debate? And just shrinking that down to two hours because you know, they're not actually spending thirty hours. Debating, anyhow, why is that so significant because it's a it's a damper on on you know, the field twain rushing through Tannen. What it does is it requires people to stop and actually allow especially the minority party in this case the Democrats in the Senate to raise objections, so they're not actually considering it in public. But yes, behind the scenes, you have people doing research people trying to build a case with other senators and asking them to reconsider on a basis deviating sample recently, you had you know, Tim, Scott this out Carolina Senator who's black. Use that thirty hour period to try to build up vision to a candidate who had a record of not only racist comments. But in fact, trying to disincentivize blacks from voting down in the south. Well, Trump was pushing that nominee McConnell was on board. But eventually because of the thirty hour period, Scott was able to rain enough allies finally McConnell, and the Trump White House said, okay? That's the loser. Interesting, and that would probably go by the wayside under this new expedited procedure, you know, one of the things that you point out one that I I will admit to you. I didn't realize I found incredibly interesting Mitch McConnell keeps going front of television cameras talking about how he the Senate Democrats are the most obstructionist when it comes to approving judges in the history of the United States. And yet you point out that he is been successful at getting more Trump appointed judges. Onto their respective courts than any president in history. Correct. And here's the point of contrast. He on the other hand stopped Obama from putting on the court at a record rate court. Right. So he in fact is now saying, oh, the very tactics us to stop Obama nominees including girl into the supreme court as you just pointed that he says, I don't want the Democrats to use those same tactics. And so I'm going to change the rules that you talk about hypocrisy. That's rank awful hypocrisy. If not only by the way hypocrisy it's damaging to the institution to the US Senate. And I imagine your listeners. What do I care about the institute? But listen, if the actual quality of the court goes down because the Senate isn't doing its job of advice and consent all of us are going to feel this all of us are going to be impacted by a lower quality of Justice and less. Trust in the Justice system. What maybe Trump is all of us would view, the Justice system is just another arm of politics. But there was a time in the country when a supreme court of federal courts were seen as being a political. You could go there and get Justice McConnell is doing damage to that very American concept. So if you're just joining us, we're speaking with one Williams, he of course, the author and Fox News commentator, we're discussing an article that he has out in the hill. It's called McConnell's hypocrisy on the courts. I will also remind you that his latest book is entitled a what the hell do you have to lose Trump's war on civil rights one? You know, it's interesting taking a look at McConnell, and again, you do point this out in your piece. This is no dummy. This is a very smart guy. Whether I agree with him or disagree with him and mostly disagree. Very smart guy understand strategy understands the rules of the Senate. Unlike any other why do you think at this stage of his life and his career? He's not getting younger that he would wanna have. I understand the politics of wanting to be the guy to stock the lower courts of America with right wing conservative judges. But he has to understand the damage that he is doing to the body that he has been a part of for so long. Why do you imagine? He just doesn't care about that. I think here the bottom line is that he perceives that Donald Trump for better or worse has taken over the Republican party. And he's not sure Donald Trump can get reelected. And if that's the case, then you're going to see a new wave in terms of American politics, and that's not going to be very favorable to what remains of the Republican party. And he is trying right now to satisfy an urge that has long been in the conservative mine, which is we want to undo these liberal activist judges now that's their perception. I don't know that it's reality. Because clearly we've had Rehnquist and Roberts is the chief Justice of the United States. And I don't think there's been any shortage of conservatives in terms of you know, breath, tack issues like affirmative action abortion gay rights. There's been progress. But on the big tickets you see conservative still dominating. In terms of American judicial philosophy in my opinion. But nonetheless, the conservatives believed the courts have been to activist goes back to the mid fifties and Brown v board of education. It comes forward to Roe v. Wade it comes forward in terms of arguments about gay marriage, and the conservatives especially evangelical think that you know, what we've got to. Reclaim the courts judges in there who will come down on our side and Mitch McConnell who has been beaten up by conservatives for not being sufficiently conservative for much of his career. He has not been you know, someone held up by the rush Limbaugh's of the world. Suddenly finds it when he gets Gorsuch. Neal Gorsuch on the court when he gets cabin on the court. He becomes a hero to the far. Right. And he likes it. He said, you know, it's changed his perception, suddenly he can listen to adoring fans. And I think he sees right now that his legacy. He's I think he's seven. Threes that right, right? That's right. Okay. He sees right now his legacy among conservatives among what will eventually become a new Republican party as the man who has the mended far far-right judges in the court system for generation to come so one in the very short time that we have left. I do want you to just quickly set up your latest book as I said, it's entitled what the hell? Do you have to lose Trump's war on civil rights? I've read it. It's great just to is if you would want so people will understand what we're talking about here. Rick. This is an important book. I say that as the author, but I because I think you know, it's been under attack by the trolls and the bots, and the Trumpian who don't want people to understand that when Donald Trump asked what the hell you have to lose. He wasn't talking to black voters. He was talking to white voters and invoking the very worst stereotypes about black people. Somehow criminals, they're coming to invade your communities coming to ruin your schools. They're coming to take your jobs a lot like what he says about immigrants, by the way. But he said this in a, you know, in a white community out in Wisconsin, any says it in such a way that people think oh is he saying to black folks communities have lots of Beilenson, low low employment bad school. So why do you vote democrat vote with the liberals come over here and vote for Donald Trump? But that's what he was doing. It was really invidious. He was saying that the white. So that they would have the most fear of blacks and understand that there was a reason blacks weren't supporting Donald Trump. So what I do. And what the hell you have to lose. His I talk about genuinely what do we have to lose his black Americans? And I say Donald Trump who seventy two years old lived through so many of the tremendous sacrifices that were made to achieve gains in terms of civil rights in this country from Brown v board of education in terms of integrated schools to the Civil Rights Act of sixty four the Voting Rights Act of sixty five year. How's the ACA sixty eight just keep going forward? In terms of even the conversations we have about race that are now in a bad place as we've seen a spike in hate crimes more outbreaks of racist behavior. It's just unbelievable Trump, of course, bullying so many black women in the congress going after black celebrities telling you know, people like you calling Don lemon CNN so dumb the dumbest man on TV. Lebron James shut up all of this kind of anger in acrimony coming from this. Isn't that has poisoned the well of honest, racial debate and discussion on important issues in the country. And that's why would advise and urge listeners to go. Take a look at what the hell you have to lose war on civil rights. I will second that proposal as I said, I read it. I thought it was fantastic. We'll leave it there for now. One Williams author Fox News commentator, check out the book, what the hell do you have to lose Trump's war on civil rights and check out the article in the hill worth your time? It's called McConnell's hypocrisy on the courts as always one great to have you on the program. Rick, congratulations. I'm glad you're voices ocean to ocean shining. You take care. And we will continue with Rick under show or right after this. Yet rational, call eight three three.

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"rick heating" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"rick heating" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"I was reminded me of the New Orleans game, which they lost. Which is he didn't think that they could stop them. And so I'm side I'm going for touchdowns and not just feel go. You can't stop them. And again, I I think we're on the same page. Yes. But you what you can't do is not gonna I down and give them a time out, which is what they did. They didn't go for fourth and one. Guilty about it. You know, even thinking about early and they're walks on the field, and he talked to this special teams coach thought about a fake to see. I just goes like this. This dr. The one in New Orleans me on this, especially when Johnny Hecker has got the leg that he's got a sixty eight yard punt in tyreek hill made a mistake by playing the ball over his shoulder catching it like the one and a half yard. What was he was a mistake? I again, this is what I think it I get it. He's the fastest guy in the league. Arguably he's trying to make something happen. But this is a mistake. Don't burn eight seconds running around. Right. Give patch Maho eight seconds is more important than the fifteen yards. You might gain. I mean had he simply take let it go out abound. Start at the twenty. He could have got easy pass gotten forty yards on because he's that good in that fast. And the fact that he wasn't cognizant that is disappointing to see. It was it was a hell of show. It was a hell. That was that was. Before that it. But I was like I thought maybe it was her daughter some I just ooh. Week twelve NFL power rankings keys week twelve NFL power rankings. They are coming up next. Mr ed. I keep saying horses as he keeps saying horses. So now Christmas fascinated with who is it fascinated by horses horses. Now me might be. Because they like donkeys because I was making no that the Rams scored fifty four points without their main horses. Get an end zone. And now Chris locked Dan for the next three hours. Turkey songs the play later before before we get to keys powering a quick tweet. That comes from Rick heat rates. This McVay strategy discussion. I feel it's a good time to remember the Jeff Fisher used to coach we've got. We'll take. Yeah. I will stop criticizing his endgame clock management when they scored fifty four points. The Jeff Fisher speaking Fisher one if he learned anything last night last night about last season or just in general. What's to now wonder if he realizes, you know, maybe I was just stuck in neutral. You guys ready for another number. Yes. Ram scored fifty four points last night. Jeff Fisher, never score. Fifty four points is entire coaching career. Jeff fisher. And the Rams scored fifty four points combined in their final five games of the season. When he was here sweet, lower Jesus. I was that some of that mess. You some numbers? How about these numbers? Travis you ready. Yeah. Rankings? That's right. Everyone wants to know where where the Rams are going to be after victory. But I of course, we start at number ten where Keyshawn had his titans last week. I I don't know who told you to put the titans at number ten go hit. Well, I told myself to put the titans at number. Tell yourself that. Because because the titan, I know you told me I was trying to figure it out. The obviously have been trying to win football games. They've been doing a pretty good job with Marcus mariota, a young new head coach in. But also when you look at the division. Jacksonville's completely lost Indianapolis is kind of this Andrew. Conversation is happening. So I'm gonna I'm gonna make them the number ten slotted long, Tennessee, I'm gonna join Indianapolis Colts in Tennessee titans. At number ten Tennessee doesn't necessarily move. Usually we have to wait to somewhere in the middle to get our eleventh team way. Titans. Get smoked smoke. They did. But they sitting at five and five I'm ok legal. Wait, a missile even though they were number ten in. They got blown out. They number. They stayed here. Confused. There's no need to be different three years. Still. You never wanna go ahead. Number nine titans. Who Andy, oh, you want me to put anybody to make you happy that what you want? You're never tending you lose. You should probably be all because they about the same type of team. It's a power ranking? They shouldn't be there..

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"rick heating" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"rick heating" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The National Labor Relations board the NFL are beef those in the know made it official today. It's going to roll an Obama era rule that made union organizing a little bit easier. It's called the joint employer rule and let workers at franchises and temp agencies and subcontractors bring the big companies at the top of their supply chains into their labor disputes. So you might have seen a big fast food chain be accused of blocking worker rights at one of its franchise. For instance, now, though, the NLRB has changed its mind publishing a new joint employer rule that's more favorable to those big parent companies and the smaller companies that work for him. Marketplace's Mitchell Hartman reports the NLRB's proposed new rule would limit a big company at the top of the food chain from being held responsible for labor problems or having to bargain with union organizers at a franchisor staffing agency employers are reading a sigh of relief, Stephen softness that law firm Ballard Spahr represents employers in disputes over subcontracted workers many. Employers use labor suppliers to provide excess manpower at times of high demand. He says it raises the employer's liability if they're on the line for labor suppliers violations. Rick heating at the small business and entrepreneurship council says the current Obama era rule has suppressed startup activity. How many big businesses, for example, that franchise are going to continue franchising where they can get dragged into all sorts of labor disputes liberals and organized labor back. The more expansive joint employer rule. They point out this kind of arms length employment is on the rise and often comes with low wages and benefits. Kathy ruckus houses with the national employment law project, it's going to be much easier for companies to hide behind their subcontractors their staffing and temp agencies. And they're gonna be able to say, it's not my problem. She says those labor contractors often don't have the capital or legal coverage to d. Deal with demands for better, pay and working conditions. There's now a sixty day public comment.

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NLRB to publish joint-employer rule change tomorrow

All Things Considered

02:03 min | 2 years ago

NLRB to publish joint-employer rule change tomorrow

"Board the NFL are beef those in the know made it official today. It's going to roll an Obama era rule that made union organizing a little bit easier. It's called the joint employer rule and let workers at franchises and temp agencies and subcontractors bring the big companies at the top of their supply chains into their labor disputes. So you might have seen a big fast food chain be accused of blocking worker rights at one of its franchise. For instance, now, though, the NLRB has changed its mind publishing a new joint employer rule that's more favorable to those big parent companies and the smaller companies that work for him. Marketplace's Mitchell Hartman reports the NLRB's proposed new rule would limit a big company at the top of the food chain from being held responsible for labor problems or having to bargain with union organizers at a franchisor staffing agency employers are reading a sigh of relief, Stephen softness that law firm Ballard Spahr represents employers in disputes over subcontracted workers many. Employers use labor suppliers to provide excess manpower at times of high demand. He says it raises the employer's liability if they're on the line for labor suppliers violations. Rick heating at the small business and entrepreneurship council says the current Obama era rule has suppressed startup activity. How many big businesses, for example, that franchise are going to continue franchising where they can get dragged into all sorts of labor disputes liberals and organized labor back. The more expansive joint employer rule. They point out this kind of arms length employment is on the rise and often comes with low wages and benefits. Kathy ruckus houses with the national employment law project, it's going to be much easier for companies to hide behind their subcontractors their staffing and temp agencies. And they're gonna be able to say, it's not my problem. She says those labor contractors often don't have the capital or legal coverage to d. Deal with demands for better, pay and working conditions. There's now a sixty day public comment

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"rick heating" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"rick heating" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The cells exactly you had a lot of the southern states citing the ninth in the tenth amendment okay so the night them their due to very brief amendments one says the ninth says acknowledgement of on enumerated rights of the people be annette numerous russian in the constitution of certain rights shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people uh and that at the tenth amendment polish reserved by the by the states and the people the powers not delegated to the united states by the constitution or prohibited by to the states are reserved to the states respectively or to the people well the that states right argument lost because the argument was you talking about a constitutional rights of individuals so if you happen to be a person um whatever you're background minority person and of his enemies rick heat and it's going to be some uh restaurant that refuses to serve you that's violative of your civil rights the uh the restaurant is involved in what they call the interstate caught interstate commerce interesting commerce claus i and therefore that's that's the unconstitutionality here is a situation where they're saying you know the city of somerville they're not going to cooperate will only emerge or cambridge or whatever or sand practice manto or wherever okay and so somehow some way somehow some way give want will they flaunted but until you can find a federal judge and lawyers who are going to argue that case on the ground you're talking about that we have fifty states that's true but but border her protection uh and and all of the issues that are attention to that meaning security et cetera uh or important it's federal issues and that we cannot have fifty states and five thousand communities each with different immigration laws until someone could successfully argued that in a federal court and have it work its way up to the.

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"rick heating" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"rick heating" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"I came back and now i'm here to stay he lied and they're right news lying and it just with ally the fed itself so messer is going to have to handle this story i think this residency story is going to be one that's gonna plaguing many needs to get out in front of that now on the other side were has made a lot of public comments on tv and stop that are going to be played in ads over and over again to this republican primary i were a full disclosure i worked for the morrow assessment campaign last year it was really bad this is going to be ten times worse in these two guys supposedly like each other you know damn well we're going to hear about rick heat us sticking up for united airlines like he did a couple of weeks ago when he kind of went out of his way to do it in a unit need to say anything just let it lie you can't make a point to stick up for these people right now even if you believe it was the big winner is joe don because joe don li as guys of poll pull the recently came out shows love you don't even over the guy is but you're going to have massar and ricky pita because the packs of basically said on the republican side the packs of journalists were republicans unlike last year where they didn't want starts men because he was the freedom caucus guy in a big independence regan's republican party so mcconnell's packing and so we're getting money young because we don't want the statement men in there the packs of basically said we like both of these guys got good voting records we don't really care staying out of it so it's going to be all although disagree on these two guys to do the heavy lifting in terms of fundraising and spending dollars and it's gonna be super nasty because the woman you don't do in politics the sort of the unwritten rule hey candidates are fair game anything in and out of the fuel to play with them is fair game wives and children off limits in the first bullet it's our just getting warmed up our rob candles filling in for nigel tonight rob talk to me a little bit.

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