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04:16 min | 3 weeks ago

"roger marshall" Discussed on KNSS

"98 7 and 13 37 30. Now in the morning, Steve back in Touch 47 degrees here on Monday morning. The Senate is moving to confirm President Trump's Supreme Court nominee despite new Corona virus cases, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced the Senate will not have any floor activity, including schedule votes until it least October 19th. A two week break came after three senators revealed positive Corona virus test last week. Two of those Republican senators Utah's Mike Leigh, in North Carolina's Tom Tell US sit on the Senate Judiciary Committee. That committee chairman Republican Lindsey Graham's is the panel will not delay confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Judge Amy Cockney Barrett. That process will begin next week on October 12th despite objections from Democrats. Jared Halpern Fox News which the police have arrested 34 year old Darius J. Johnson of Wichita on charges of rape and aggravated kidnapping. On the evening of September, 22nd. Officers were dispatched to a sexual assault case in the 800 block of South Sylvan. Police say a 48 year old female reported walking in the area of Lincoln Oliver when Johnson approach and grabbed her, forcing her into his Toyota Camry. Please say Johnson drove the victim to a separate location, sexually assaulted her. Johnson then drove the victim back to Lincoln and all over where she was released. Johnson was arrested last Thursday in the 2100 block of south white Oak without incident. At the time of his arrest, Johnson was out on bond for a separate alleged sex crime. Nearly released records show a 20 year old Democratic Kansas legislative candidate who admitted to circulating revenge porn was charged five years ago with threatening to shoot a high school student. The Kansas City Star reported Saturday that court and police records it obtained through an open records request show that Erin Coleman was 14 and made 2015 when he was charged with a felony count of making a criminal threat. He later pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of harassment. Coleman defended himself a text message, saying his juvenile record was being used to distract from the issues in the race. The Kansas Democratic Party, previously disown Coleman and his backing a write in candidate Rodney Price K and S S News Can't just Republican U. S. Senate candidate, Congressman Roger Marshall. Tails can assess news House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is new Corona virus Stimulus Bill does not address the two main concerns of Kansans. Number One is liability protection so we could protect decisionmakers people that owned company and then the next Is automatically Paycheck protection program as well. Marshall was against on the John Quit The show Sunday night on K and S S Texas attorney general is facing criminal allegations from some of his top deputies. An internal letter, obtained by a local TV station and newspaper reveals those deputy a GSR, accusing Kim packs in a bribery and abuse of office. The letter doesn't offer specifics, but it's noteworthy because several of the lawyers are longtime supporters of Paxton's conservative Christian politics. During most of his tenure, Paxton has been under felony indictment for securities fraud. His lawyer for that case didn't come in on the latest accusations. But Paxton's office released a statement saying the complaint is designed to impede an ongoing investigation into criminal wrongdoing even by some people in his office. Rob Dawson Fox Now would you like to own a piece of New York history? How would you like an armchair that was once sat in by the Duchess of Windsor or call a Steinway grand piano that belonged to Cole Porter your own. These and many thousands of other items that were once part of New York's Waldorf Astoria will soon be up for auction. The landmark Park Avenue hotels undergoing a major refurbishment and literally just about everything in it from furniture that was in Winston Churchill's private suite. Two chandeliers and wall sconces. We're going on the block. Boston based Kaminsky Auctions trucked all 80,000 items to an abandoned shopping mall near Beantown, where the selling starts next Saturday, and all proceeds are going towards the renovation of another New York City landmark. ST Bartholomew's Church. Karen.

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"roger marshall" Discussed on KNSS

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01:35 min | Last month

"roger marshall" Discussed on KNSS

"I'm Steve back in touch shortly. Partly cloudy 63 degrees. Two of the nation's biggest newspapers, The New York Times and The Washington Post say for the sake of the country, the two remaining presidential debates should be canceled. Kansas congressman Dr Roger Marshall, who's involved in a close race for U. S. Senate, tells K and assessed use. No, no Americans need to hear from our candidates. If you not decided yet. I think it's very important that that we listen to these folks. I think that there's two very very contracting messages. Republican Marshall Faces Democrat Barbara Bold In the race for the U. S Senate seat to be vacated by the retiring Pat Roberts, a slight improvement in the job market At the end of September. There were 837,000 new claims for unemployment last week. That means fewer people were filing for benefits. The number has stabilized it under 900,000 since the last week of August. Levels are down significantly from March when they were 6.9 million claims in a single week. Continuing claims. The number of those still receiving benefits also declined to 11.7 Million airlines, Cruise lines, restaurants, theme parks and manufacturers have recently announced layoffs. The Labor Department releases the September employment report tomorrow. GeneCo's Silda Fox News Department of Health Secretary, Dr Lee Norman believes Kansas is still in the first wave of the Corona virus pandemic. At a news briefing in Topeka, Dr Norman says a potential second wave To bring up to eight or 900 new cases a day being very careful about distancing mass gatherings,.

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"roger marshall" Discussed on KNSS

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02:00 min | 2 months ago

"roger marshall" Discussed on KNSS

"Secretary Dr Lee Norman says they will be releasing that data next week. Dan O'Neil, K and S S News U. S representative Roger Marshall, accusing Facebook of censorship after the social media giant removed a post from his account that promoted a conspiracy theory about federal reports of Corona virus deaths. In the comments that Marshall posted Sunday, he said the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention had quietly updated its numbers to reflect of massive drop in the number of deaths due to covert 19 in the US The widely shared only 6% theory has been debunked. As a misrepresentation of CDC data Tuesday, Marshall took to Facebook again to complain of what he calls corporate censorship, pure and simple. Commission in Washington, D C recommends drastic changes to many of the most famous landmarks in the nation's capital, The Jefferson Memorial, the Washington Monument, Columbus Fountain and Circle. Washington, D C Advisory commission wants to rename a remove all of those monuments. The commission targeted such monuments and statues because the honoree back suppression owned slaves were violated the city's current human rights law, the death of George Floyd, triggered marauders ripped down and vandalize some Confederate statues and other monuments, some even which more controversial. The initial list calling for the removal of the most significant memorials is now stripped from the city's website. D. C. Mayor Muriel Bowser asked the working group to refine and clarify their work and focus on local D C monuments, not removing important monuments and memorials in the city. Fox's chad per gram there Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt responded on Twitter, saying, quote, not on my watch never going to happen. Japanese rescuers are searching for a livestock ship with 42 crew members on board that sent a distress signal during rough weather. Coastguard safely rescued one Filipino crew member after surveillance aircraft spotted the man wearing a life vest. And waving well bobbing up and down in the water. Can assess news time now several for four minutes past seven o'clock..

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"roger marshall" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:19 min | 2 months ago

"roger marshall" Discussed on KNSS

"The news update from 98 7 and 13. 30 K and S s I'm Dan O'Neil. Officer involved shooting outside of the White House temporarily pause. President Trump's Corona virus briefing Secret service, calling this an officer involved shooting that happened right outside of what's known as the old Executive office building. That's the building just adjacent to the White House itself. The police have this area about two blocks around the White House completely blocked off. Not just here. With the perimeter that surrounds the White House complex. Someone was shot outside of the White House. No details on the identity of this person of what may have led into the moments right before that was happening. The security always tied around the White House that includes inside the briefing room where President Trump was giving a briefing about the Corona virus. The president was then. Basically told that he needed to leave the room by the Secret Service. That's Fox's Mark MEREDITH reporting. The president says the suspect who was shot by law enforcement had been taken to the hospital. Meanwhile, Kansas Congressman Dr Roger Marshall says a new federal Corona virus relief package must include liability protection. I think a big reason school board's decision makers or hasn't to get our kids back to school. They're afraid of being sued. If you're an employer, Europe so afraid one of your customers or employees might get sick and you know, as long as you make some Newsome reasonable Kansas Comet says practices I think they need protection about to Roger Marshall made his comments last night on the John Whitmore Show Here on K and S s violence that erupted in the streets of Chicago over the weekend is now spilling out into the rest of the week. We actually just learned that there is looting going on right now. This is happening on the city's West side. Police are responding and we're told that one deputy with the Cook County Sheriff's Department is being taken to the hospital after getting hit with a in the face with a brick. While he was sitting in his squad car here to downtown, where dozens of businesses are now bordering up in recovering after last night, police say hundreds of people came downtown in a caravan of cars and overwhelmed officers who were trying to respond. It took hours for police to get things under control. You could hear gunshots throughout the night as these crowds went from store to store mostly high end shops, but some small local businesses is well. That's Fox's Garrett Any reporting.

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Primary results: Kris Kobach loses Kansas Senate primary

All Things Considered

01:08 min | 3 months ago

Primary results: Kris Kobach loses Kansas Senate primary

"Primary season and in yesterday's contests, Progressive Democrats scored two high profile victories. While a conservative aligned with President Trump lost to a more mainstream Republican in Kansas. NPR's Susan Davis is here to sort through results and tell us what this might signal about November. Let's start with the Republican contest where former Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach lost the GOP Senate primary to Congressman Roger Marshall today you wrote that this is a win for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. How so? Well. Marshall was McConnell's preferred candidate. The Senate Leadership Fund, which is an outside Superpac align with the leader spent over $2 million to help Marshall win. McConnell, like many Republicans believed that if Kobach had won, he would've tanked the party's chances of holding to the on to that seat in November and very likely could have taken the majority down with it. A word of caution here, though, Marshal is still not a sure bet. There's still interesting things happening in Kansas, and that race looks like it could still be competitive. And I've talked to GOP strategist who say it's gonna You know they're going to keep investing in Kansas to keep it in their column, but ultimately this is a seat that will be harder for Democrats to win and the battle for the Senate carries on.

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"roger marshall" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

05:59 min | 3 months ago

"roger marshall" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

"A hard. Like he I still remember this image of him from when he was running for governor where he was in a parade. Yeah. On the back of jeep with giant machine gun. He just sort of seems to delight in the conservative tropes and I feel like we're at this moment where the country is thinking about how much it wants to delight in those conservative tropes, and so it's it's interesting to me that he's. He's running again because it just makes me wonder like, are you making any attempt to moderate your position or? No? It's just doubling down a note because he believes that this is what the state wants that when it's been denied that it's been a fluke, I've not seen any watering down. So you have co back just basically reiterating look I was with trump what it was hard, and who else was I, Norsk. Early, and I was advising him and all that they're anti Kovac campaign has left with is. Trump didn't give them a job as administration. So he must not be that great and Neil Roger Marshall also agrees with trump on everything. Well, let's talk about Roger Marshall because he may end up cinching the nomination. We won't know until the thing is all over, but he's definitely the pick of the Washington Gop. Establishment. Why? Well that he does not have the flaws. The Kodak. Has Been, he's a veteran and doctor who became member of Congress. He's Rotary Club. He basically has what you see a lot in this era is the classic Republican biography, but his very typical Republican story came about in the age of trump. So he's he combines I'm a family man in doctrine veteran who can work on to get stuff done with I am. One hundred and ten percent of the president, and he will trust me to get get his agenda. So he's still a trump republican, he's just not as flashy. He's just not on the back of jeep with a machine gun. That sounds that's a fair way to put it. Yeah..

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"roger marshall" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

08:01 min | 3 months ago

"roger marshall" Discussed on KCRW

"This is weekend edition from NPR News. Bablu Garcia Navarro. Kansas isn't a swing state It is reliably red. So ahead of this Tuesday's primary. Why are Republicans worried about a U S Senate seat that they've held for the better part of a century? Jim MacLean of the Kansas News Service has an answer. It's a combination of things and incumbent who's retiring after nearly 40 years in Congress, with no clear favorite to replace him. A global pandemic and a president who's slipping in the polls. That creates a rare opportunity for Democrats and spells trouble for Republicans fighting to keep their Senate majority, says David Kinzinger, a longtime operative who managed former Kansas governor and U. S Senator Sam Brownback campaigns If you start blowing states like Kansas Or Alabama or South Carolina, the math becomes almost impossible. 11 Republicans are running for the nomination, but only a handful or likely to factor in the outcome. Kris Kobach and Roger Marshall topped that list. Kobach is a former Kansas secretary of state who's hardline views on immigration in voter fraud have made him a favorite with Trump voters. Marshall is a two term congressman from western Kansas. He has the support of many establishment Republicans, including Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. My support. I mean millions of dollars in radio, social media and TV ads. Roger Marshall is the Republican choice. Standing strong President Trump Kobach, a self proclaimed anti establishment candidate, says McConnell made a mistake picking sides in the primary. Instead of using that $3 million to protect Republicans, which really a Senate majority leader probably ought to do. He's spending it in the Kansas primary trying to take out The conservative front runner me. McConnell jumped in because of widely held concerns about co box electability, says Kinzinger Concerns rooted in co box failed 2000 for bid to unseat a democratic congressman. And his 2018 lost to Democrat Laura Kelly in the Kansas governor's race, So you have sustained RIA world trials and evidence and data that say Kris Kobach is an extremely poor general election candidate who absolutely could be the first Republicans lose a Senate race in Kansas and over 80 years. That record is why Democrats want to run against go Bak and why they're behind a slew of ads. Atout. Kobach is a true conservative and label Marshall a phony a moderate who's supportive former Ohio Governor John Kasich in the 2016 presidential race proves he can't be trusted to back Trump Marshall Faith think about 2/3 of the approximately $14 million in campaign spending has come from out of state packs. With few recent public polls to go on that tells Washburn University political scientist Bob Beatty. The race is close. When packs come in this late that tells me they are looking at some polling packs come in when they can make a difference. The last independent poll showed Bob Hamilton inching closer to the front runners. He's bankrolling his outsider campaign with money from the sale of his plumbing company and something record for the most ads in a Kansas primary together. My opponents have been running for office for decades. They can't shake up the establishment. They are the establishment, the media barrage and questions about co box electability have given Republican voters a lot to think about. Voters like Page Harding from Dodge City, the chair of the Kansas Federation of College. Republicans might talk to a lot of people that think Kobach would do the best job, but they don't think that he can win the general election, so I don't know if we could take that chance or not. The GOP winner will face Barbara Bouvier, the presumptive and well funded Democratic nominee. She's a state senator from the Kansas City area who switched parties in 2018 after winning reelection as a Republican. For NPR News. I'm Jim MacLean in Topeka. Later on all things considered. She's a Democrat from Detroit. She's been out spoken, and she's used very choice words when talking about the president. Now first term Congresswoman Yoshida Talib is facing a primary challenge. Her rival says calling Trump names isn't fixing the district's problems. What voters say. Find out later today by telling your smart speaking play NPR or your member station by name. The SL in tribe of Big Sur California numbered perhaps, on ly 1000 people. When Spanish missionaries arrived in the 17 hundreds, they were sent to missions to be converted where most perished from disease. And it seemed then that their land all of which was taken was lost to them forever. But in a deal that's been in the works for a year, more than 1000 acres of the excellence, ancestral territory has now been returned. To the remaining members. Tom Little Bear Nation is the chairman of the SLM tribe. And he joins us now. Good morning. Good morning. How are you? I'm very well. Congratulations. Thank you. We're so honored to be in recipients of this land. Your tribe was removed from this land centuries ago. What does it mean to regain ownership? Words cannot explain what we feel from this. It's from our soul from our heart from our beings were so elated and so honored to be the recipients of our ancestral home. And, you know, it couldn't be a more better spot for us to get more sacred spot in this land. Yeah, because the exact Landis home, Tio, you're eight. 1000 year old origin story that's correct. You know, the whole origin story started right there on this land on the sacred mountain called Pickle. Blanco also known as peachy in our language, and that is the basis of our Whole lives the center of our universe. You've been fighting to get this land back for decades. Tell us how this deal came about over 30 years ago 19. 91. Mr Axel Adler, who was the man from sweetie who came over and had been amassing large tracts of land in the old homestead and put this back together in one large ranch and me. He wanted to back in 1992 to give it back to the naval indigenous peoples of land. So it's taken us out long to get this land. You are not recognizes the tribe by the federal government if you had been that would have given you certain benefits, but you've fought against that recognition. In particular around this deal. Can you explain why, yes reason. Why is that if you were recognized tribe if we were recognized tried by the federal government This land would become property of the United States government via the Department of Interior went on the lam, and then they would give it back to us as a trust, but we would never have actual complete ownership. That was a big problem for us, and you just didn't trust the federal government just to be a good steward. When we were taken from our land. Our language was taken from us. We were separated from our wives and our Children are the grandchildren. Families were separated, put in different missions because there were over three missions in this area. So they're home. Motive was to be able to separate these families break our cultures and our traditions and basically convert us from he even to humans is what they said. And without you know, many of our people died off from disease from small parks. We just didn't have the immunity somebody within 5 to 10 years. Pretty much. Most of our people were gone, only handful remained. So under the governor and under the state of California and acting as a nonprofit, we are able to, you know, get this land and get it back in our name, and this land's forever preserved forever ours. No, We're not developing the land. Anyway, We're not building a casino. We are just like I said, not into the federal recognition because of the things that come along with it..

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Kansas Republican Wagle drops out of Senate race after conversations with GOP leaders

Steve and Ted

00:35 sec | 5 months ago

Kansas Republican Wagle drops out of Senate race after conversations with GOP leaders

"Kansas Senate president Susan Wagle of Wichita says she will not seek election to the U. S. Senate Weigle says personal and political trials in the last year and her concern that a divisive Republican primary could give the seat to a Democrat prompted her decision not to run the announcement leaves U. S. representative Roger Marshall of western Kansas and former secretary of state Kris Kobach as the main GOP rivals for the nomination Weigle cited the difficulty raising campaign funds her fight with democratic governor Laura Kelly over the state's response to the corona virus pandemic and her daughter's death as factors in her

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"roger marshall" Discussed on KNSS

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03:18 min | 1 year ago

"roger marshall" Discussed on KNSS

"S. represented from the first district of Roger Marshall doctor Marshall was with us right Stephen Ted Shawn he kinda surprised me a little bit in the day you know can I ask you what what are the issues that the the pressing issues and and other people are thinking about around Kansas and he surprised me by saying right off the bat we don't have enough workers the shortage of workers and I thought you know United we've been talking about that for quite awhile right at least two years now there's been a big problem but I kind of surprised because I always feel like a you know politicians the first thing we're talking about is some flashy you know like immigration or something like that or taxes right but did he jump right is a nine digit surge workers we gotta get him trained we gotta get a men here getting trained and keep them here yeah and so that has anise throughout all industries as you pointed out yesterday I heard you talking to it's it's throughout all industries whether it's AG whether its construction it doesn't matter we're we're looking for workers we've got more jobs than workers to fill them and it even we talk to the because the the police chief about getting officers in here and people hand because if you want to go to and this is not a high high skill high training job we don't have enough people to work in our is our our local jail either so right and in them you know the incarceration in and in those kinds of industries cell anyway would surprise me doctor mark and it was interesting guided have you ever met him by the way I have yeah he's an interesting guy he's yeah he grew up working at a lot of different jobs before he got into medical school became an OBGYN out there in great bend yeah we had a twin I think if you if you represent the big first you better be familiar with lots of different industries especially act well geographically to it's one of the largest district in the country the big one and yeah you better you better have a wide range of of knowledge about things today is the international left hander so that you're not left handed are you bill I am not one of my daughters is I have mirror twins yeah one of my daughters that's that's interesting because of my granddaughters Merion Jocelyn identical twins and Jocelyn is left handed right so that when that happens a lot with twins ones left into one's right handed well you know I I I think it happens a fair amount yeah I think it's known as mirror twins okay got interesting the depression ten percent of the population are south paws and I'm trying to think of somebody bill was a guy down the street name John was a southpaw and bench mention his last name to he's not he's not around you can't touch me anymore name is John summer Hauser and John I want the best of friends always put it that way yeah you can clobber me anytime you want left hander southpaws left handers all right national left handers day international if interesting all right thank you will talk to you again an hour from now say was even Ted here come up in the eight o'clock hour on canis as we will have the latest on the killing of a California highway patrol officer in a shoot out Ted has sports yeah we're just a few minutes away from our daily visit with mid told us play by play voice to can't city chiefs live from training camp in Saint Joseph Missouri dented also has entertainment use on the way right now I got a great birthday today.

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"roger marshall" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"roger marshall" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Anywhere on iheartradio. Seeking documents. I'm Lisa lacerra, Fox News near prosecutors issuing a subpoena for pay person, President Trump's inaugural committee. A spokeswoman says they intend to cooperate last year. The Wall Street Journal reported federal prosecutors are investigating whether a committee donor has made contributions in exchange for political favors, and is also focusing on whether the inauguration misspent money at raised to stage inaugural events, the Wall Street Journal on Fox News share corporate ownership this. As the president prepares for the state of the union address. Some awkward moments may come when the president argues for more border fencing or barricades with the house speaker sitting right behind him on CBS. President Trump expressed his frustration with speaker Nancy Pelosi when you have a porous border, and when you have drugs flooring in and when you have people dying all over the country because of people like Nancy Pelosi who don't want to give proper border security for political reasons. She's doing a terrible disservice to our country, Kansas Republican congress. Roger Marshall told FOX he's looking forward to hearing an optimistic and unifying. Message is Mike Emanuel on Capitol Hill a coalition of western nations, urging Venezuelans military to allow food and medicine to enter the country as they push for a peaceful transition of power they're turning their backs against the disputed leader. Nicolas Madura, host European Union leaders now recognize Venezuela's one Guido is the interim head of state. It's another blow to the legitimacy of socialist dictator nNcholas Maduro who claims the US is behind attempts to oust him on the throne. Stop Donald Trump. Making mistakes that are going to stain your hands. With blood Madero tells Spain's Sexto the US is preparing to invade his nation respect each other. Or is it that you're going to repeat a Vietnam in Latin America while the US has made no military announcements. President Trump has said all options.

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"roger marshall" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"roger marshall" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"So now, we turn tonight to my exclusive guest Republican congressman Roger Marshall from Kansas. Thanks for joining me tonight. Congressman or you happy new year happy new year, Donald Trump promised Mexico would pay for the wall. Why do you think he completely failed at that goal? You know, I think I'm going to stay focused on what Donald Trump's theme has been from day. One is the border security is a priority. There are several ways describing we can do it. And I'm staying there focused as well as looking for a way to get that accomplished. Well, let's look at what he said he would do if this failure occurred, which is you know, it has Mexico's not funding the wall. But here's what he said. He would do if he couldn't get them to fund the wall, take a look. Mexico. Sean is going to pay for the wall. You know, these these politicians come up, they say, you don't really mean Mexico's gonna pay we will have Mexico pay for that wall. And you know, what if I'm wrong about this? You're to all come back. We'll have another meeting and I'll apologized. He was wrong. He didn't apologize. Why are so many House Republicans including yourself supporting him shutting down the federal government because he couldn't get Mexico to pay. I mean, by this logic shouldn't Mexico's government shutdown right now, or I guess we're on different pages here. I think we have to talk about priorities, and what I believe is that national security is a huge priority. We have more deaths than crime created because of a poor southern border than problems coming out of the Middle East right now. So I think we all need to acknowledge that this is a huge problem. And we want to fix the problem that we we need to stop doing is looking at everything in little silos. And look at all these problems together the challenges that we have in this. Race is trying to solve them. All I understand what you're saying. And you and others have talked about that. But this he shut the government down because he couldn't get Mexico to pay for the wall. Do you disagree with? That's why the government's closed today. I disagree with the premise. Well, why the president's shut the government down is because water security is such a priority to us. He's given congress every chance to fix this problem. We've had several good solutions that we voted on. But we couldn't get them across the finish line. So I think the big goals. I think the goal that we can agree upon is that national security is important opening. The government backup is a priority as well and fixing this broken immigration system. We have is a priority as well. There has to be a way that we can fix all of these together. Are you receptive to reopen the government without funding the wall, I think that's a nonstarter? I think that anyone would realize that we would lose all of our leverage. If we do that that we need to look at the problems in total not in isolation. I think that the president is compromised. He's came down from twenty five billion to buy. Point seven, and it's now time for congress to step up and do our job. I'm curious as you know, one thing we hear a lot about and I'm happy to have you on the program discussed it with you directly..

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Congressman Roger Marshall, Irv Chapman and Bloomberg discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

Bloomberg Businessweek

02:35 min | 2 years ago

Congressman Roger Marshall, Irv Chapman and Bloomberg discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

"Of edwin restaurant in cleveland brandon edwin says there needs to be more businesses like here's that will make a point of giving former convicts a second chance who he says often have a near impossible time finding a job after they're released we said that if you give someone a fair and equal opportunity use of your show support that anything's possible his own six month culinary program is offered only two former prisoners who want to learn to cook we have fifty four jobs waiting to hire the people come through the program edwin guarantees employment to former prisoners who complete his cooking program and agree not to go back to a life of crime i'm scott carr four year old former new england mafia boss francis salami was convicted yesterday of killing nightclub owner stephen dasaro in nineteen ninetythree i'm christopher cruise and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters police in arizona say the backup safety driver in an uber technologies self driving vehicle that killed a pedestrian in march was streaming the popular tv show the voice on her mobile phone in the moments before the crash police were able to obtain records of the backup drivers account from the television streaming service hulu she had said she wasn't looking at her phone at the time of the self driving crash opec and its allies meeting in vienna yesterday okayed an increase in oil production crude prices surged yesterday following that vaguely worded opec agreement west texas intermediate was last quoted at sixty eight fifty eight a barrel michael cohen not president trump's michael cohen but the former head of capital management's european operations is heading back to the us this to face charges that he defrauded one of the hedge funds clients cohen was charged with ten counts including wire fraud conspiracy and making false statements retaliatory tariffs on american agriculture exports are one more burden on on already depressed farm prices bloomberg's irv chapman reports from washington a number of farm state republicans are pressing president trump to restore the north american free trade agreement including congressman roger marshall of kansas we need nafta we needed done sooner than later we increase for exports on multiple of six for agricultural products and snapped a there's so many uncertainties in agricultural right now we need some relief and nafta's the quickest path to relief that i can see the immigration issue in a bloomberg interview marshall focused on the need for agricultural guest worker visas with domestic farm labor in short supply in washington irv chapman bloomberg radio.

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"roger marshall" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"roger marshall" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Ones we speak to is roger marshall he's out of kansas and he's a former when i still in ob gyn doesn't practice anymore and there are several who get it and they are the ones i go to and i talk with them and they they seem to have the ear of their colleagues and will help them understand and bring them along so some of them i don't know if i can i do i do say look electrical medical records isn't working and doctors need to have the freedom to practice what we really really need is to get the intrusion out of the patient room because i have this diagram which shows a patient and a doctor and wedged in between them there's the hospital their insurance company and there's the government house that's supposed to enhance patient care when it really needs to get back to the patient and the doctor so they they get that we need to get you all out out of the patient room and in return the sanctity of that relationship to the doctor and the patient not to say that every doctor's perfect and then there's no oversight necessary but you can look at downstream now extreme outcomes pretty well to find out how a doctor's doing without getting all the data right from them you can say well you know how many emergency room visits that they have after they see the patient or hospital admissions or readmissions or infections or things down the road without getting into the nitty gritty in each practice so i think there are ways to make sure the doctors are patients can understand if a doctor the doctor or not and there's some accountability without having everybody in their business no i wanted to switch gears a little bit because they're and medicare i believe is medicare is coming out with some acronym called pc which i think is on purpose direct provider contracting models what are your thoughts on that.

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"roger marshall" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"roger marshall" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Tracks cbs's bill rakoff kansas congressman roger marshall was one of several lawmakers on on the train who are also doctors they sprang into action to try to assist the most gravely injured person on the trash truck nope palts no breathing a bad situation so we we started cpr at that time congressman brad went strep who majority whip steve scalise credited with saving his life after he was shot last year in a baseball field jumped into help again yesterday it didn't affect me that time not rattled at the time it's a little bit later when you see your wife in your son and you think of what could have happened a twenty eight year old man the truck died investigators are looking into the cause the trump administration extending protections for seven thousand syrians to stay in this country and other eighteen months but additional syrians will not be allowed to apply for the program us officials say a missile defence interceptor fail during a test in hawaii yesterday cbs news military analyst jeff mccall's lund says it's the second time in three tries that it didn't work this particular system is designed to intercept intermediate range ballistic missiles the kind that north korea might use it is deployed not only a shores and this task but also is deployed aboard a us ships as well as south korean and japanese vessels the city of san francisco is tossing out or reducing marijuana conviction some dating back more than forty years district attorney george gas cohen says it will affect thousands of people ian to fix some will the harm though was not only qouin fire nation but specifically.

"roger marshall" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"roger marshall" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"For free as always there's an app for that what a dramatic morning thrown from their seats in a deadly amtrak crash dozens of republican lawmakers on their way to a retreat in west virginia this happened this morning there train struck a garbage truck the driver of that truck killed house peak paul ryan was on board this train at the time along with congressman jeff dunham there was no breaking prior to the bureau about seventy miles an hour the gray the big d crossings weren't dallas the truck and the train and the accident scene uh but certainly was a very scary situation that had a lot of people on the train uh very very shook up three members of congress are doctors they went into doctrine though they were administering day before first responders got their here's stephen portnoy was cbs one congressman who is through his official account tweeted uh that uh dr roger marshall md dr marshall performed cpr on train conductor and helped the two people in the garbage truck truck who are now in the ambulance they are injured badly in other political news today another republican congressman says he won't run for reelection in november here's abc's brad mielke without trade gouty from south carol linux becomes the 30second house republican to say he won't run for reelection this fall adding he plans to leave politics altogether in a statement doughty says quote instead i'll be returning to the justice system before he wrote the tea party wave of 2010 goudy was a federal prosecutor president trump also named him to a shortlist for attorney general before picking the nowembattled jeff sessions wbz news time coming up to four forty two and the head of the cdc the centers for disease control and prevention has resigned today she owns stock in tobacco that's the conflict kathleen clark.

"roger marshall" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"roger marshall" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"And i and all the talk show host here a wbt and i had gone back and forth between minneapolis the dead deadlocked here and uh uh went up and took a job at minneapolis and then left minneapolis and came down here in did afternoons for a while and then no left here and went back up to minneapolis and then got out of the radio bizunov ran further house this last election and uh was elected in a he was hospitalized with a concussion apparently the and tweets out where did i find this i'm fine compared to tragically the truck driver and thankful for our first responders so apparently he's doing fine i sent him a text message now whether or not i'll get a response from him again i don't know but i told him that i'm sure there were uh players being offered for mud the city of charlotte for his a quick recovery and so on and so forth sowa i anyway i jason lewis a noah a favorite of many of yours a good solid conservative and nam so uh he was part of the story of this uh collision this train fatal collision with the a truck today uh there are a couple of doctors turn congressman that were on that train a roger marshall and larry abhu sean and they both got out and administered aid to the two people in the trash truck this was in is it crews at sea are oz e t virginia which is up near charlottesville amtrak train ferrying the lawmakers to our retreat at white sulphur springs west virginia sowa if i hear from jason all low let you know what he had to say intrigue audi says you know what politics is not really my game now this was the guy uh when we were talking about the primaries last year who would you like to see run for president off a lot of people said trey galaxy and i remember talking to one person in particular and saying he doesn't have the name value and we had speculated on a couple of occasions that he had been front and center and now in front of the cameras enough in the last year that i thought he was getting some really strong name value.

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"roger marshall" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"roger marshall" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"If we don't get this thing pass and i can't imagine why somebody would want to vote against doing that even for paul ryan this is remarkably aggressively astonishingly disingenuous you'll remember perhaps that the republicans control the government they have majority in the house the majority in the senate they have the presidency the whole thing they could have funded chip which is in fact a vital program at any point maybe just attached it to their massive corporate tax cut they didn't and the reason they didn't is because they made a strategic decision to use medical care for kids with cancer as a bargaining chip joining me now fresh off that house vote republican congressman roger marshall of kansas congressman i am confused about all this is i think a lot of other people are so i just walked me through the republicans do have a majority in the house right that's right and this raises sure do i think we proved that tonight we do you do and i also i spent less lesser covering congress in the senate where you can use of budget process called reconciliation and when they care about something they used reconciliation to get to get trying to get aca through couldn't get the votes got the corporate tax cut through could pass budget bills through the reconciliation process if they want to write i don't know the weekend pass this particular bill through with direct conciliation i think that we need to put in the government longterm right but put my point is that there are republican majorities in both houses who when they really care about something like corporate tax cuts seem to get it together to manage to do what they need to do without democrats helping right there were no democratic votes on the corporate tax cuts republicans really cared about that issue why all of a sudden when it comes to this stuff republicans are worried about the democrats.

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"roger marshall" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"roger marshall" Discussed on KOMO

"That because we are not going to allow eight hundred thousand young people to face deportation shortterm spending bill has passed the house but it does face an uphill battle in the senate republican congressman roger marshall of kansas said he can't see how the senate would shoot down the bill can so well in the senate vote against kids in the military this is going to be though the schumer meltdown here and senate minority leader chuck schumer is speaking right now let's listen in eager or republican leader has said that he will not negotiate until he knows where president trump stands that's why negotiations haven't gotten anywhere let me quote him here's what the leader said jess yesterday i'm looking for something that president trump is going to support and he has not yet indicated what measure he's willing to sign he said mitch mcconnell did that he still has to quote figure out what the president is four how can you negotiate when the president who has to sign the legislation is like and sphinx on this issue or says one thing one day or one thing the next so here's what we can do to solve the problem we could solve it right now the four leaders could sit down it's been a lot of discussion and come to an agreement and do what the president said at one point send it to his desk and he'll sign it we could get that done before the deadline of tomorrow night expires war we could give the president a few days to come to the table now that he knows this plan won't work and we could get this done in a few short days and not kick the can down the road this is the fourth cr then we have done and accomplish nothing there is no promise and no likelihood that another kicking of the can down the road we'll get something done we have to sit down together and solve this with the president or without until that happens no amount of crs we'll get this done i would suggest we all vote for the motion to proceed but instead move a very short term cr and we will either negotiated ourselves or the president will join us and we can get the.

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"roger marshall" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"roger marshall" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Veto it that looks unlikely to succeed now that it could actually become law and unleash wideranging effects likely to frighten off senators regretfully it is now apparent that the effort to repeal and immediately replace the failure of a obama care will not be successful mcconnell said in a statement that sounded like a death knell to the gop promised to repeal obamacare and replace it with something better trump who had predicted success for mcconnell's repeal and replace legislation just hours earlier urged over twitter republicans should just with peel failing obamacare now and work on a new healthcare plan that will start from a clean slate dams will join in lee and marin both said they could not support mcconnell's legislation in the form unveiled last week they join gop senators susan collins of maine and ran paul of kentucky both of whom announced their opposition bright after mcconnell release the bill on thursday yesterday on msnbc kansas congressman roger marshall said nothing is not an option doing nothing is not an option and i have confidence in senator moran and senator lee they're going to bring solutions to the table to get us dias with two more senators out that leaves mcconnell at least two votes short in the closely divided senate from being able to move forward with his bill instead he said he would try to open debate on a repeal and replace.

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"roger marshall" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"roger marshall" Discussed on WTMA

"All day the a cumulus station put the president's will or won't discuss and grid threat i'm evan haning president trump and russian president putin are set to meet at the g twenty summit in germany today correspondent nick robertson reports but white house refuses to say if trump will mention russia's meddling in the 2016 election this will be an opportunity for both meant to be able to sort of figure out what the relationship will be between the two countries going forward however we do expect ukraine we do expect syria we do expect north korea to come up there are reports of at least a dozen us power plants have been breached by hackers working for a foreign government bloomberg news radio ports us officials say the chief suspect is russia russian hackers previously shut down parts of the electrical grid in ukraine well lawmakers may be on break but they have homework like the gop healthcare bill and approval of the plan remains iffy current health care bill from a senate may not be in critical condition but it's not breathing easy republican representative roger marshall from kansas says there is room for improvement i'm okay with it i think likely be as strong a strong were ten gop senator say they have concerns about the gop healthcare plan the bill will fail if to republicans vote no and many americans are holding protests including one outside of whisker clinton senator ron johnson sophists we want to hear from the senator we want him to answer our concerns and i don't think that's going to happen i'm john lawrence reporting opioids are being prescribed and high rates even though overdoses continue to be the leading cause of accidental death in the us a new cdc report says opioid prescriptions went down overall between 2010 in 2015 but we're still three times higher than in 1999 and four times higher than opioid prescription rates in europe those drugs kill more people in 2015 the guns or car everybody wants to work somewhere fun here are a few strategies you can use to keep your productivity high while having fun in your office environment i'm pat o'brien with the business rockstars minute step one socialize offsite workplaces where coworkers and collaborators get along as friends tend to succeed more than places as for employees keep their distance and function as independent workers step two celebrate achievements whenever.

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