35 Burst results for "Rubio"
Why the WHCD Is a Waste of Time
"Were you at The White House correspondents association dinner on Saturday night? I was not now. I won neither. I wasn't invited. I went 6 years ago and said, this is really, this is the regime. This is the gathering in of the over class. And I'm using that advisory. It's just the permanent government. I don't think it's a deep state, like turkey has or like Russia has. I think it's an over class. And they get together once a year and they celebrate their over a class Ness. And it's not very classy, but it is dominant. You did not hear much about the founding values that you would see held up at restoring America. So my question is, who is going to write for restoring America? 'cause you can't to go to that dinner is almost to take you off of Tom Rogan's radar, I think. Well, you know, obviously, I think one of the issues here, you know, people like to go work with some are examiner, racist, of course. There are some great reporters, but that group in Kellerman, I think, look at The White House press briefing room, right? That it does pervade. So we're showing America it is a work in progress. What we want to do is just build up some of the top thinkers in conservative thought, both on the kind of think tank side, but in media. We've had politicians already senator Rubio's written for us and Andy McCarthy, I hope, is going to be starting writing for us a Deborah so on some of the social policy areas. John Bolton, got a piece. So really what we want to do is just try to attract these thinkers and say to them, what are my key pictures is I can pay, I can pay people to do it, which they deserve for their time. And secondly, I'm not going to edit you and my colleagues are not going to edit you excessively. We want you to make a robust argument and feel free to kind of run with it. Again, because what is the central plank over restoring America as idea? Free debate, dialog discussion,
Caller: Sen. Marco Rubio Is a 'Coward' for His No Fly Zone Definition
"Feel very strongly here that we should do the best we can to the Ukraine. We have an agreement to say by the security and when they gave up their news, they trusted us and we owe it to them. Right. And to see these citizens being butchered really makes us sick and we feel that Rubio is a coward to make everyone frighten it as World War three if we use our military to do anything. So you think you think you don't think Putin would use any nuclear option? If he's such a man man, he'll use it at some point because wait a minute, so why is Rubio a coward to point that out? Ruby always a coward because he is saying that it will be World War three. If we Putin starts nuking the United States, what would you call that, James? Military at any time. I'm sorry. We can't use my military because I'll always be World War three. And if we had stopped Hitler early, millions of people would have been I'll tell you. I appreciate all your talking points. James, and hey, James, will you take a breath, please, and let's talk to each other instead of at each other. Helping Ukraine. For God's sakes, there's going to be a bloodbath in Taiwan if we don't step up to the
What Does a 'No Fly Zone' Mean in Ukraine?
"How directly involved do you want the United States to be? Welcome in to a special edition this Wednesday, march the 16th episode of the Mike Gallagher show. As always, we're in the relief factor dot com studios. You know, I'm not sure a lot of people recognize what a no fly zone means. Senator Marco Rubio did a great job explaining this. It only takes about 20 seconds. I'm getting a lot. And I feel like the American people are divided on this. Usually I can sense when we are leaning one way or the other. I think we're split right down the middle in terms of getting involved militarily or escalating our level of involvement. Yesterday, Biden signed a big government spending bill, a government funding bill, $1.5 trillion. That keeps the federal government open through September, but also sends billions of dollars of aid to
Jack Posobiec Shares His Thoughts on the Bio-Labs in Ukraine
"More. Jack, welcome back to the program. Hey Charlie, I was a pleasure. So Jack, what is the truth behind the bio laboratories in Ukraine? There seems to be a lot of chatter about it. Victoria Nuland talked about it in her discussion with Marco Rubio, are these Soviet relics? Are they active? Was the United States involved in it? Was their potential gain of function research? The floor is yours. Well, Charlie, when it comes down to these bioweapons, you know, normally, if we hadn't lived through the events of the last two years, I would be so willing to just say, of course, these are simply, you know, diagnostic testing centers. There's nothing going on here. Don't worry about it. But what we've learned about the NIH is funding and what they were doing through eco health alliance in Wuhan, right? That has given me to the point where I do not trust these people anymore. I don't trust them when it comes to their statements. I don't trust them when it comes to them saying that they're not conducting shady research and foreign laboratories. Like we saw them do in Wuhan. So the question then becomes, why was it? It simply arrested this, right? I thought this entire thing was some ridiculous Russian or Chinese disinfo campaign, try to take the heat off of Wuhan, try to throw some of the Iraq War rhetoric back on our faces. And then all of a sudden, Victoria Nuland comes out and says, well, we have to be very careful about letting any of these research materials get into the hands of the Russians. And the minute she said that, the entire narrative shifted because wait a minute, if what's in there is active, this isn't just stuff that's on ice or something that's very deep underground, that there is something in there that could potentially be used. And then Marco Rubio again responds saying, well, if something was used, it would be by the Russians. Of course, of course, if you used by the Russians. So let me get this straight. What exactly is the magical thinking of the mainstream media now? And I saw you know all these like debunk pieces that have come out. It's this magical thinking that says there's no bioweapons, but even if there are, it's definitely Russians. How does this
Reading Angry Texts From Listeners Regarding Ukraine Biolabs Report
"And here's one four two three area code. This is a good one. On the bio lab report, what an uninformed blathering idiot you are, you carry the mainstream media narrative far too well for it to be accidental, you lying turd. Well, okay. Nice to talk to you. Thank you. Have a good day. Again, I don't know what any of this means. I know that Tucker Carlson is all over this, and yes, the mainstream media is mocking it. They're shooting it down. But as I said yesterday, how do you explain the under Secretary of State with the exchange that she had with Marco Rubio, senator Marco Rubio? Suggesting that, yeah, they got bio labs, all right. And Tucker's asking a bunch of questions about that.
Natalie Winters Intrigued by Victoria Nuland's 'Research Materials'
"I thought this is just incredible And Victoria Nuland she said something during the conversation she was having with Rubio up on the hill She talked about research materials they were concerned about What do you think she meant by that Was she talking about pathogens or was she potentially talking about something worse Well you know I don't think we know the answer to that yet but I think it really is amazing that you have someone like Victoria newland who I would say is probably a contender for the moniker of Queen of the swamp maybe Hillary Clinton might beat her But to see someone like that standing up there admitting that the United States government was indeed funding and working with these labs I think that's saying the quiet part out loud but I think this again relates to Wuhan in the sense that as these are labs that receive taxpayer funds right And the fact that we can't answer that question the fact that we don't necessarily know what exactly the Russian government could potentially be gaining access to or even nefarious actors within Ukraine the types of pathogens that they were working on might I add with the windows open as a lot of these reports were documenting the improper safety protocols that they were carrying out is just a perfect example again of these sort of I think just misguided international scientific collaborations specifically in Wuhan specifically in Ukraine I mean I don't know why we're building biological weapons research facilities so close to proximal to a country specifically Russia when we know there's a history of conflicts between Ukraine and Russia that's like building nuclear reactors on a fault line You're just asking for it for
Victoria Nuland Says Ukraine Has Biolabs at Risk of Russian Control
"Here is Victoria Nuland under Secretary of State for political affairs today at a hearing or yesterday rather Actually under questioning by Marco Rubio cut one go Does Ukraine have chemical or biological weapons Ukraine has biological research facilities which in fact we are now quite concerned Russian troops Russian forces may be seeking to gain control of So we are working with the Ukrainians on how they can the Ukrainians Okay I had a taste of this earlier in the hour You're working with the Ukrainians to try and help you with this Well what do you expect the Ukrainians to do since they're under attack What do you expect them to do
The Untold Story of Bio-Labs in Ukraine
"This is USA Today just a couple of days ago, quote fact check. Fact, false claim of U.S. bio labs in Ukraine tied to Russian disinformation campaign. China pushes conspiracy theory about U.S. biolabs in Ukraine. Newsweek, U.S. biological weapons in Russia separating the fact from fiction. Business Insider, debunked conspiracy theory about U.S. bioweapons laboratories in Ukraine, fact check why you crush Russia claims U.S. biolabs in Ukraine don't hold up. PolitiFact totally false. Russia is targeting U.S. biological weapons in Ukrainian invasion. Okay. So I could go through that into great detail. But I do want to play a cut here from yesterday that has kind of prompted all this and then we're going to bring our expert guests to help us navigate it. So Victoria Nuland, who's the undersecretary for political affairs, was asked a question of Marco Rubio. And I think Marco Rubio was asking her this question to kind of debunk this and get this over with. But in fact, the exact opposite happened. Play cut 66. Well, I only have a minute left. Let me ask you. Does Ukraine have chemical or biological weapons? Ukraine has biological research facilities. Which, in fact, we are now quite concerned Russian troops Russian forces may be seeking to gain control of so we are working with the Ukrainians on how they can prevent any of those research materials from falling into the hands of Russian forces should they approach. I'm sure you're aware that the Russian propaganda groups are already putting out there, all kinds of information about how they've uncovered a plot by the Ukrainians to release biological weapons in the country and with NATO's coordination. If there is a biological or chemical weapon incident or attack inside of Ukraine, is there any doubt in your mind that 100% it would be the Russians that would be behind it? There is no doubt in my mind, senator, and it is classic Russian technique to blame on the other guy, what they're planning to do themselves. So there is Victoria Nuland, basically admitting that there are biological research facilities in Ukraine and Russians want to get their hands on them. Was the U.S. funding these facilities if so who was behind it and what type of research was
Sen. Ted Cruz Is Trying to Learn More About U.S. Biolab in Ukraine
"So senator one of your colleagues Marco Rubio had Victoria Nuland up on Capitol Hill yesterday Victoria Nuland has not a lot of credibility with me who was a central figure in the whole spygate Russian collusion fiasco but it was a very concerning exchange yesterday about this what Victoria Nuland called a biological research lab And Ukraine And it appears doing some homework on this that this was a long-term effort with Barack Obama and senator Luger a former colleague of yours To help them build out this bioweapons counter proliferation operation in Ukraine This is really concerning center because there's such a crisis of truth right now in the media You don't know what to believe and what not to believe As a guy who's read in on a lot of these things I understand this things you can and can't say but your thoughts on this Well Dan I agree with you that it is concerning that we had her testimony at the public hearing about a U.S. government facility There in Ukraine that is at risk of being seized by the Russians and that is troubling And at this point I think a number of us in the Senate are focused on learning precisely what was being done at that particular lab I can tell you I don't know the answer to that now I've already directed my team to begin trying to get to the bottom of it And I will tell you getting answers from the Biden administration on just about anything is not easy They stonewall practically anything you ask them But they have not affirmatively told us what was occurring there and so my staff is in the process of trying to find out the answers to
Rubio Says No-Fly Zone Over Ukraine Would Lead to World War III
"Regarding the no fly zone, here's what Marco Rubio senator said about it. You know, look, I know flies on to become a catch phrase. I'm not sure a lot of people fully understand what that means. That means flying awacs 24 hours a day. That means the willingness to shoot down and engage Russian airplanes in the sky. That means, frankly, you can't put those planes up there unless you're willing to knock out the anti aircraft systems that the Russians have deployed and not just in Ukraine, but in Russia, and also in Belarus. So basically, a no fly zone, if people understood what it means, it means World War three. It means starting World War three, so I think there are a lot of things we can do to help Ukraine protect itself both from air strikes and missile strikes, but I think people need to understand what a no fly zone means. It's not just, it's not some rule you pass it. Everybody has to oblige by. It's the willingness to shoot down the aircraft of the Russian Federation, which is basically the beginning of World War three.
Predictability Is a Very Bad Thing When You're Dealing With Autocrats
"Let's go to cut 15 Montage of Manchin and Rubio on the no fly zone play cut 15. No fly zone if people understood what it means. It means World War three. It's not some rule you pass it. Everybody has to oblige by. It's the willingness to shoot down the aircraft of the Russian Federation, which is basically the beginning of World War three. Would you support a no fly zone? This is not the Russian people's war. This is Putin's war. And his quest for whatever it may be, but to take anything off the table thinking we might not be able to use things because we've already taken off the tables wrong. I would take nothing off the table. Now, one of the reasons why Putin has the upper hand is because he's not broadcasting his moves, and he's also the unpredictable one in this equation. Unpredictability when it comes to foreign policy in today's time when everyone has nuclear weapons seems to be an advantage. Trump used the mystery of action, the unpredictability, the caricature that the west framed Trump as being someone who can't control himself, he actually used that as a great brokering of peace. The fact that people thought he's losing his mind, he can't control himself. He's the one that can push the button at any time that actually ended up being a way that the people that otherwise would say Putin probably had a meeting with, you know, his foreign minister and they said, is this guy totally out of his mind? Now, Joe Biden always says that he's the reasonable one, that he's the one that's going to say the right thing. Well, when you're dealing with people like Xi Jinping, and Vladimir Putin, they don't really quite worship of the God of reason. All they care about is power, and if anyone threatens their power, if you just go to pure machiavellian, tactics in the prince, then in a power dispute, it's the one that you can not quite predict that is going to get the upper hand predictability is a very bad thing when you're dealing with autocrats.
"rubio" Discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane
"Contract. Let's say the calves decided, you know what? We really like Ricky Rubio. We want to keep him. We'd like to hang on to him. Is there a path for them to trade him? And then go after him in free agency. Well, you'd have the whole one year. Well, he'd be becoming a free agent. So it wouldn't be getting waived. Yeah, maybe. I mean, it depends on which direction they go. What happens with columns? And where do you go with that? But yeah, I mean, I guess what you could do there is you could go sign him to a new deal as a free agent using the MLE or a chunk of it for only one year and then give them a bump and pay off of that. Because the reality is Rubio and his age with this injury would have maybe a ten to $12 million a year player. Probably ideally, you'd start them around that maybe even as high as 13 and then have it decline. Year over year. So it's finishing under ten. By the time he's a what he'd be 34, 35 years old. At the end of a four year deal. So yeah, I mean, maybe that is something you consider doing is saying, hey, we're going to trade you now to really help us, but we are open. We'd love to have you come back. Next year, because the reality is really tore the ACL here in late December. So we're looking at a maybe early December return at most, probably closer to a January 20, 23. Return on next season because it's generally been about a year for these injuries. So yeah, I don't hate that idea at all is one of those where it's a wink and a nod as you walk. Or you have to have your cake and eat it too in that scenario. If you say, look, we liked what Rubio brought. We'd like to have him in our organization, our culture, all those sorts of things. You could still use that contract without completing completely closing the door on him coming back to the franchise. But I think maybe the better discussion topic that was, who do you go after? Who's your target if you're gonna let's say whether you use the Rubio salary or not or whoever you're gonna do, what's the ideal target that number one is a good fit and number two is realistically attainable. They couldn't get off from you. Some would say the show just got a lot better. Yeah, I mean, you want to dream big and think Ben Simmons, right? That's kind of your dream big, but realistic targets. I think it's a little trickier because..
"rubio" Discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane
"Hello everybody, welcome back to the NBA front office show. Keep you up to date with everything going on around the world of the NBA and a new intro that we threw in there for YouTube. If you guys haven't had a chance to check that out, make sure you do go check out our YouTube channel. Don't forget, of course, to hit that subscribe button, Keith Smith, joining me Keith. I hate that we kind of have to start today's show with a negative story involving, of course, Ricky Rubio. Yeah, it feels like every thing lately is negative stories. It's either somebody's heard or guys are out due to COVID and health and safety protocols and there are good fun stories that are coming out of that, some of these blasts from the past returns and young guys get chances they might not have gotten otherwise trying to stay positive on that note. But we don't have a lot of trade news to break down because there's not trade stuff happening right now, but we're 6 weeks from today from the trade deadline. So even in normal times, it'd be a little early. Yeah, we're probably still about a good three, four weeks from things really picking up. But yeah, the Rubio injury just brutal. It's going to be out for the year for the Cleveland Cavaliers. We found that out yesterday after his MRI, two point guards down for the calves or I guess Colin Sexton at this point. But yeah, but yeah, to main guards to big parts of their rotation. And that's probably the weakest part of their rotation now. It's Darius Garland. He's in health and safety protocols. So that'll be at least a short term absence. So Kevin pangos is getting a call or a call to start their game tonight. But yeah, it's just a mask for the caps right now. So hopefully, we'll see, but I guess what we want to get into is does this make it more likely to do something and make some kind of trade or something like that? Yeah, I mean, look, so Rubio and we should mention it's a torn ACL for him. So he's going to cost him the rest of the season. And he was one of the success stories of the year. He was one of the guys that we looked at and said, well, this is a little bit of a funky fit, what's gonna happen? Maybe maybe he'll be bought out by the deadlight maybe he'll be on the market. That's the way we kind of went into the season thinking about it and the cabs have shocked everybody. They've been great and Rubio has certainly been part of that. And now it's yeah, and he's been phenomenal. But now with him gone, the calves, they've tasted success. And they're not going to want to just let that go. Even though they've lost call and Sexton, Nauru bio. So I do think this makes them more likely to go out there and swing a trade. I don't know that it's the home run trade, though. I mean, you think about we instantly go, oh, well, John wall is out there, right? Do you stack up some contracts and you go, you know, maybe you part with Kevin Love and you go try to make something work for a guy like John wall or something like that. I don't know if that's what they need or if they just need kind of a game manager that can come in that can do a few things for them that can keep the ship afloat and let Darius Garland just basically run the rest of the show..
Should Illegal Aliens Be Allowed to Vote in U.S. Elections?
"Here's the story. And this is an article written by Mike Miller at red state dot com. Titled Senate Republicans moved to ban federal funds from states, cities that allow illegal aliens to vote. He writes in this episode of Republicans or racists, let's begin with a basic premise that should be supported by every lawyer citizen of every country on the planet. Non citizens should not be allowed to vote in elections, period. That's not even be a question, millerites. Unless your congressional Democrat, that is, in that case, undocumented Democrats are really your thing. As reported by John Solomon's just the news, the issue of non citizen voting first came to a boiling point, a big time at the end of 2018s Georgia governor's race, when Democrats Stacey Abrams suggested the blue wave of voter she had hoped for to put her in office included the documented and the undocumented. The latter a ridiculous Democrat term for illegal aliens, Abrams denied she was referring to illegal aliens, millerite, he goes on, however, last time I checked my Democrat decoder ring, undocumented was code for illegal. Meanwhile, cities in at least three states have authorized illegal aliens to vote, while George upon her the constitutional amendment to ban it. Shockingly, as reported by my colleague, Chris arps, New York City is among them as is Northampton, Massachusetts. Incidentally, less dispelled another ridiculous Democrat trope, no human is illegal. Nobody has suggested that any humans are illegal, he writes, my Democrat Friends, humans are capable, however, of doing illegal things, including illegally entering the United States of America, sit down, he writes. Now, in an attempt to stem increasing Democrat support of allowing illegal aliens to vote in the U.S., senator Mark Marco Rubio is leading a coalition of congressional Republicans in sponsoring legislation that would ban federal funding to states and localities that allow illegals to
Congress approves import ban targeting forced labor in China
"Congress Congress has has approved approved an an import import ban ban targeting targeting forced forced labor labor in in China China well well the the Biden Biden administration administration is is imposing imposing sanctions sanctions on on Beijing Beijing over over abuse abuse of of Uighurs Uighurs I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas with with the the latest latest the the Senate Senate has has given given final final approval approval to to a a bill bill barring barring all all imports imports from from China's China's Xinjiang Xinjiang region region unless unless businesses businesses can can prove prove they they were were produced produced without without forced forced labor labor senator senator Marco Marco Rubio Rubio it it basically basically says says that that you you can't can't import import products products into into the the United United States States that that are are made made by by slave slave labor labor he he adds adds it's it's already already illegal illegal by by the the way way to to to to bring bring goods goods made made with with slave slave labor labor it's it's been been that that way way since since the the nineteen nineteen thirties thirties and and yet yet it it still still happened happened Rubio Rubio says says many many companies companies have have already already taken taken steps steps to to insure insure their their supply supply chains chains do do not not include include products products made made by by the the forced forced labor labor of of China's China's Uighur Uighur population population and and those those who who haven't haven't will will no no longer longer be be able able to to make make Americans Americans unwitting unwitting accomplices accomplices and and the the atrocities atrocities and and the the genocide genocide is is being being committed committed by by the the Chinese Chinese Communist Communist Party Party meanwhile meanwhile the the commerce commerce department department levied levied new new sanctions sanctions targeting targeting Chinese Chinese biotech biotech and and surveillance surveillance companies companies leading leading drone drone manufacturer manufacturer and and government government entities entities for for their their actions actions in in Xinjiang Xinjiang Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Washington Washington
Why Biden's COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate Is Unconstitutional
"Kansas, doctor Marshall, good morning, great to have you back. Hugh, good morning to you, a beautiful day here in the capital. But we got some great things to talk about today. We do I want to talk about vaccine mandates with you because you and senator lankford and senator Rubio are leading the charge to cabin the ability of the president to impose mandate. Look, these are unconstitutional. I explained this to Andy slavitt yesterday. What is it about the limited and enumerated powers of the constitution that your colleagues across the aisle do not get? It's just inconceivable. It is absolutely unconstitutional. Absolutely. It just a violation of our God given constitutional rights. Look, I support people getting the vaccine. My parents have had it. They've had their booster. And the other in the spectrum, my grandchildren had had the virus. I don't see the benefits outweigh the risk and certainly don't know why a young healthy person doesn't have the choice to take this, especially when the federal government does not take into account natural
The Biden Regime Attempts to Break the Bond Between Parents and Children
"Know that the state the regime is trying to break the bond between parents and children that parents concern and questioning of the indoctrination of their kids is now being met with a full fledged response from the state. We can keep on building that out as we dive deeper into that as we build out all the specifics there but instead i want to tell you what's really going on here and it's really fun kind of going back and forth with the great one mark levin on this because we saw it exactly the same. This is a preempt a preemptive move by the regime to try and stop any sort of semblance of a legitimate and authentic tea party two point. Oh movement the tea party back. In two thousand nine two thousand ten was a legitimate grassroots response to the massive overreach of the obama regime. The tea party movement could not be controlled. Many members of congress were elected in the tea party movement. That are still in congress. Today including marco rubio and many others democrats were largely displaced from power and republicans. Look back the house for the first time in many years and did so decisively against the popularity and the power of barack obama one of the reasons why the left has been so forceful in their propaganda and their prosecution of january six. Is they want to try to keep people at home.
Biden Addresses Crisis in Afghanistan
"Building. It was never supposed to be creating a unified, centralized democracy. President Biden addressing the crisis in Afghanistan, That's right, Scott. We had that live for you yesterday as Biden returned to the White House from Camp David early to speak to the nation. The Taliban effectively gained control of the capital city after the Afghan president fled the country U. S forces that already drawn down during the Trump administration from roughly 15,500 American forces. 2500 troops in country. The president cited the quick collapse of Afghan security forces and said the U. S. Could not provide them the will to fight sharp criticism by Republicans for the Taliban takeover and Biden's reaction. Here's Senator Marco Rubio. They operated under assumptions that we're completely ridiculous. The assumption was well what if the Afghans stand up and fight and really push back? If you make those assumptions, Yeah, they could have held on for another six months or a year. But all the indications were that as soon as the US announced they were leaving, police officers would abandon post. Regular armed forces would abandon post and leaders would abandon the country. That is exactly what happened is what they were told that they were warned. What happened? They didn't care, and now we see the consequences of it. U. S military troops have maintained control of the Kabul airport, but the situation is chaotic as thousands of Afghans try to flee the country. This is W. De vo, where
People Across Florida Are Marching in Solidarity With Cuba
"I think this is the beginning of a a movement in which Cubans have said enough is enough. Cubans have reached a breaking point inside the Communist island and right here in Florida, Scott hunger, health, anxiety and anger spilling over into one another, opening the floodgates of a decades long oppression and emotion. Protests and rallies have popped up all over Florida and support of Cuba and its people. Here's reporter Alexa Lorenzo. This is something that was spontaneous. We've never seen that Dr Luis Martinez Fernandez was born in Havana, a history professor now at U. C. F. He knows well, what's playing out on the island. What the government does is it unleashes these violent fanatics to beat up Cubans who are basically asking for a universal right to protest piece. Fully the communist government has arrested hundreds of protesters restricted Internet access in Cuba, showing you the dictatorship that has dominated for decades. But the question is what's next here? And what is the U. S government doing about it? Where all these people that promise about human rights? Meanwhile, 90 miles from our coastline, human rights get trampled on every day. That's why Cuban Americans in Florida like Alberto Sarmiento are protesting. His father and grandparents fled for freedom, and he wants American politicians to do more to protect the people on the island. We need action in Cuba. Now. U. S. Senator Marco Rubio, a Cuban American has been a staunch opponent of the Cuban government, taking to social media and writing a letter to President Joe Biden, giving him six steps to take a horrific bloodbath is what awaits if action is not taken something like that does not happen. Senator Rubio also tweeting images of that show Cuban military and police. Barging into homes and detaining
Money in the Bank: Child Tax Credit Dollars Head to Parents
"The federal government is starting to deposit child tax credit money into the accounts of more than thirty five million families today president Biden expanded the credit for one year as part of his corona virus relief package passed in March some fifteen million households will now receive the full credit the monthly payments amount to three hundred dollars for each child five and younger in two hundred and fifty dollars for those between five and seventeen the payments are set to lapse after a year but the president is pushing to extend them through at least twenty twenty five and ultimately would like to make them permanent he says it would cut child poverty in half and help economic growth Republican opponents like senator Marco Rubio criticized the plan saying families can qualify for the payment regardless of whether the parents have a job Ben Thomas Washington
"rubio" Discussed on Advocate Like a Mother Podcast
"Empower and motivate you to use your voice. I'm michelle and i'm andy. And today on the show. We have julie payne newer and mirasol rubio. Julie pay newer president of the california sibling leadership network and her sisters advocate. Over at natalie's voice dot net and marissa rubio is a california political leader advocate and mother to an adult with disabilities. We're excited to kinda rush. This episode out to you guys is some time sensitive attention to this. I had the chance to speak with julie last week about her story and some stuff. That's taking place with her sister over the past decade i. We had to do an episode on this. I immediately was texting. Michelle's like hey this this thing is going on and we got it. We got to get this out and share with all of you in a nutshell. As you'll hear with julie story is that basically some some occurrences have taken place in. Julia sister's life regarding care With her day program and because of that they have actually written resolutions in hopes to pass bills and policy around A couple of things and so Shells going to share a little bit about both of those resolutions. Just reading from those details. but basically they are around the issue of transparency around sexual assault with disabilities and some attention. Around what we can do for the future of caregivers so we're going to do that and then we're going to get onto the interview so yeah go ahead michelle okay so before i get into reading these resolutions. I want to bring up a couple of things you guys. That are listening as andy mentioned. We're going to hear julie story. And she's going to share her story about her sister. Natalie and you guys are gonna have a lot of questions as as do..
"rubio" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red
"I mean i think i think you softened up my take a little bit but i don't think either of us one of those things. It's either the best thing about this. Podcast matt of the worst thing is. We almost never like really strongly disagree. I think we both essentially agree to to the the the principle that yego rubio is all right if you have nothing else like he's like he's like is he. The worst striker major league soccer no was. He is bad at passing the ball. Kyw kamara is upgrade over chi. Yes you know. He's a he's a he's upgraded guy. He's not as bad passing the ball. Is he worth a little over. Three hundred thousand and it's a little bit harder question to answer. I think both of us are a little less comfortable with that will. Do we really. Would we really like a better striker. Yes that's i. Think the ultimate kind of concluding thought for this. And so i guess the question we have that point mark comes from our good friend. Jeff casimir at j. three ask. Here's a question given current rosters for which other teams would diego rubio starter. And so i'll answer this. I mark because i did a little bit of prep. And then i'll let you answer it. And i think this just further highlights the point that we made. I think there's a bunch of really bad teams and mls that missed the playoffs. That would love to have diego. Rubio at what it would cost to pay him and acquire him from the colorado rapids. I think there's a bunch of really good playoff teams upon which he is comfortably. Not a starter. So let's just look at the western conference for example mark sporting kansas city. Seattle sounders portland. Timbers i do not think diego rubio's a starter on any of those teams. I think there would be an injury or something else. Advantageous for him to get more than a thousand minutes on that and that just kind of goes back to where those clubs are where they spend their money. What they're looking for a striker and just if you need further evidence. Cc when rubio was a bench player for sporting kansas city when they were roughly in the same place in the table. I i hesitate to put minnesota united in their mark but that is mostly a positional issue. Just because of the striker situation that befell adrian heath and the loons at the end of the season but also adrian heath like falls in love with the striker and then wants to get rid of him nine months later. So if you're talking about like let's bring in diego rubio who do a bunch of good stuff really. Well they'll try to sign a dp in the summer and then they'll be look into ship. Diego rubio off at the trade deadline next fall. So that's a bit of a weird situation that we can't compare. I don't think that he'd be a started all l. Afc though i do khimki would fit in culturally with the team. If he did different things. I think he's too similar. To what in principle wanna tries to both off the ball in the box that i don't think he would fit in but i think he would be a comparable replacement for what they've gotten for wando just in terms of on the field standpoint to say nothing of the marketing leadership and emotional soul component..
"rubio" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red
"G of two point nine eight effectively the exact same marquee as a standard average replacement finisher in. Mls when it comes to strikers and we're looking at his overall passing in terms of leading to creating opportunities. He had two assists his expected assists for twenty twenty. Was one point six eight so technically if we round up close. But he's closer to one and a half. He ended up getting two. That's again a small sample size. That's a function of jonathan lewis finishing his chance versus jonathan lewis. Not finishing that one. Really good chance that he had so the thing. I'm curious to see is is rubio going to be the fulcrum or the aggregate of collective passing that the colorado rapids have or mark. Are they looking more. You know rubio's the starting number nine. Get us ten goals andre shinyashiki. You didn't have a super great season. We're expecting bounce back. You're going to play on the wing. You're gonna come off the bench for rubio at times this year. Get seven borrows. Get us five. Coal with the set-pieces everything get us five to seven. Assuming you're here the whole time of the year. Not national team getting sold in the summer. Potentially eunice nominally get us five goals like rather than having joseph martinez scored twenty seven goals mark. And then the next highest is peachy martinez with eight. Are they potentially going to have five or six guys with more than five but less than twelve goals and is that a recipe for success. So then i look at then to Emily's teams of past. It have made the mls cup final or one mls cup. What do they look like in terms of distribution not surprisingly if you've got a guy who scored a bunch of goals chances are you're analysts cup that you few biggest that we have their mark Where the portland timbers in two thousand fifteen and then. The couple of years with seattle sounders granted. You had that distributed amongst about three or four players. So if i look at portland for example mark you had fernando audie. You had j. gov lehrer you sebastian blanco. The first mls cup for the sounders in two thousand sixteen in the regular season. They're golden boot winner. Was rodriguez who only had eleven. But bear in mind mark than you probably had you know jordan. Morris was a double digit goal. Score probably nine or ten. And then niccolo darrow. As well and so. It's those are outliers in the sense that yes. They didn't have one guy scoring all the goals but they had a three headed monster and attack. Who were all good for goals plus assists being north of fifteen. I don't know that the rapids have that going into this year. I think his peak is probably right. There i wanna think that michael barr heroes could potentially be there. I'm struggling to see who that guy is. I would need to see what we saw from cole. Bassett in twenty games last year. I need to see that a step up and then over the course of a forum game season. I'd need to see a step up or a lot. More minutes from jonathan lewis to be there so i think potentially have not monsters but like you know that they have a two headed beast and then like a bunch of other decent minions or like Rather than three cave trolls for example from that standpoint. So i think so so to that point mark yes Does de diego rubio on above average striker in mls when it comes to go contributions no based on the advanced analytics. We have from him and his age and what we've seen from him at other clubs with the chilean national team. Is he about or close to a ceiling in terms of that skill set probably or if not he will be by the end of this year..
"rubio" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red
"Scorers in the league. I'm referring to. I guess referring to the team being a top goal scoring team in mls rather than rubio leading the golden boot ultimately from our perspective. It doesn't matter who puts the ball in the back of the net as long as the team is putting the ball in the back of the net sort of that point mark it has a really good job pressing which makes things difficult for the opponent in terms of them creating stuff it often has allowed the colorado rapids to dictate the game without having the ball and sets up transition moments. Say what you will about the rubio. When he set up for a perfect tappin. I think in terms of the in terms of market i think about him creating his own shot him being at the end of a tap in in possession set-pieces goals and an transition. I think diego rubio is at his best in transition in space and the fact is especially now with michael barr being added the team. And we'll see what happens with my and his particular role co bassett's a really good passer. Jonathan lewis is a decent passer nicholas benazir. Michael borrows eunice. Nominally can be an effective passer. Both from midfield and from a wide position i think mark. We would both argue that. We're still waiting to see rubio. Move waiting to see nominally. Take a big step up in this coming year. Mls the only for the colorado rapids and in the final of his two year loan. Where there's an option to buy for the colorado rapids. But the fact is they have a bunch of really good passers. I think the service this coming year is in a position to be the best that it's ever been for diego rubio and he's not sharing any of the service with kaik mar. I think the question. I have mark going back to a very productive. Goalscoring tally that he had hadn't twenty nineteen a lot of that was him paired up with kamara and ultimately them feeding off of each other. Kyw doing a really good job and then providing advantageous opportunities for dig rubio if diego rubio is a false nine who's inherently further away from goal. What does his service look like. What are the opportunities. Look like and are there. Are they as numerous as good opportunities. And ultimately mark if rubio still again is a decent passer if we're counting him as the eighth best passer among strikers for mls in two thousand twenty if he continues to be that really good the rapids have a bunch of really good passers at the same time. Mark if you look at michael borrows fifteen assists five goals last year. They've got a bunch of guys who really want to pass. It'd be nice to have a guy who was a really good finisher of the ball. And i absolutely hear your point. That overall rubio isn't necessarily that guy to that point. Mark what was goals vs x g looked like goals scored in mls. If we're just counting the regular season so not the most is back tournament. He had three goals and he had x..
"rubio" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red
"Doesn't seem to get on the end of of passes to the degree that i'd want him to. He tends to take a kind of a rough first touch. And that's a really critical skill for a striker You know rubio's best thing as you pointed out really nicely is that he is a true false nine in the sense that wait. Did i just say true false nine. What is what is this. A ninth grade civics True false So he's he's a false mine in the sense that he likes to operate in that Zone fourteen space That's at the top of the box. He likes to drop back for a pass. He kind of plays as a ten A lot but the the other thing with diego rubio is he reminds me a little bit of a kevin doyle but worse which is that doyle often came back to the ball and then once he received the ball with his back to goal could do nothing with it. He was never he. He was very good striker if he did a certain number of things but however the team set up to play he was never set up to do the things. He was actually good at which is fox. The boxer post from the corner or take a shot from funny angle like he. They never let him do that. What they made him do was dribble back to the ball. receive it in a terrible spot with his back to goal and then immediately get shoved down and have the baltic awesome and diego reveals the same guy. I mean he often floats into a space to receive the ball where he can't really do much with you. Know he's not the guy who receives it on the run in the box so the question. I think the the last thing. I'll say is i've gone on for a little bit. Maybe we'll get to twenty minutes. Met the last thing. I'll say is this The the assumption. I think when you sign a player Who is twenty five or twenty six years old from sporting kansas city. Is they were using him wrong. He's still young he will get better. We will get the best out of him. So diego rubio is now twenty seven years old and he basically looks like the same guy for the rapids that he looked like four sporting kansas city which is brilliant in short. Spurts mostly disappointing. Right and the problem is he's pretty much past the age at which we would expect that anything is going to change like this is the guy this is the guy we're going to get now. He doesn't often get to start. He hasn't he only played eleven hundred. Thirty seven minutes year. Most strikers played more minutes than that oppose waylon had a twenty one hundred sixty two so one of the questions you could ask is now the kyw cars out of the way navy. If you let diego rubio have the position and you let him go to town. Maybe he gives you something more that would go against all the math. That's ever been done about the guy because you know it just doesn't seem to matter how much whether he starts whether he comes off the bench or whatever like he's just kind of barely effective enough to get the job done he'll give you five or six goals a year but if you need a guy to scored fifteen goals for you like conor casey used to do in the glory days of the colorado rapids probably not rubio..
"rubio" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red
"I'd say at least every single episode of calendar year twenty twenty one mark colorado rapids do not have a big fancy expensive dp striker like of mls team. They have a hard working budget striker. In the form of diego rubio he had a fantastic two thousand and nineteen season albeit in tandem. With kai kamara system has changed. He is primarily the starter in a four three three at times looking like a four to three one. And i think at one point. A couple of games looked like three or four. Three in any case Starting striker false number nine and a player who in one thousand minutes. This year had three goals and four assists after previously scoring eleven goals when there are a lot of other teams whose target striker does most significantly scores a bunch of goals as opposed to a lot of other things that the rapid value their system. Things diego rubio appears to statistically be very good compared to other number nine and false number. Nine's in mls. So i mean this not cynically. What is the point of diego. Rubio is diego rubio actually good can the colorado rapids be successful without having a lot of goal and assist production from the number nine position and ultimately in the system as played with a player in the centre forward. Doing things the was doing. Can the rapids have success in. Mls long-term having that rather than just having a guy with a job is getting the ball and his job is to get ten to fifteen goals. That is the cropping statement for the next twenty or thirty minutes that we are going to try and answer mark. Would you like to start with your initial thoughts slash opening statement on diga rubio or i have a bunch of stats that we can use as the premise. For the start of our conversation will math frame this at the beginning or over the last couple of weeks as the great diego rubio debate and you know when in any great debate society and you take a procon. I was looking forward to matt taking a position so that i could argue. Whatever the opposite was but now that he's put me up front. I will argue I will argue the position. That i actually believe in my heart of hearts and maybe matt will agree with me and there won't be much of a debate in this at all and that's fine. There's nothing wrong with that. I also don't think we can get twenty minutes out of this but i'd be you never know. San diego rubio is pretty much the same guy at age. Twenty seven that he was at twenty five that he wasn't twenty three..
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"rubio" Discussed on Rob Talk Podcast
"Welcome to Rob Song podcast where I bring the latest Progressive News and politics in ten minutes or less I'm Robert Cunningham. Thank you for tuning in. Let's get informed. Twitter says they're cybersecurity. Breach Wednesday affected one hundred thirty accounts including high profile users such as Joe Biden and Kanye West. The company explained in a blog post that perpetrators downloaded data from eight of the one hundred thirty accounts that were compromised. None of these eight accounts were from an official account of public figure they say. Beyond Biden Kanye, former president Barack Obama and billionaires, Elon Musk and Jeff, bezos were victim to the cybersecurity breach which allowed hackers to tweet out a bitcoin hoax from these accounts. This tried to get users to send bitcoin payments from followers by promising to double any pledges their way in Bitcoin. Twitter has a pretty clear understanding of how this breach took place to begin with. A statement by the company reads. The attackers successfully manipulated a small number of employees and use their credentials to access twitter's internal systems, including getting through our two factor protections. As of now we know that they access tools only available to our internal support teams to target one hundred thirty twitter accounts for forty five of those accounts, the attackers were able to initiate a password reset log into the account and send tweets. Here's an example of what one of the hack messages was from Elon Musk's account. Feeling grateful doubling all payments sent to my BTC address. You send one thousand dollars I send it back two thousand dollars only doing this for the next thirty minutes. Okay, so please arm yourselves with the knowledge that this sort of thing is likely fake in almost every instance, even if it's coming from verified account. Sadly on Friday. Civil Rights, leader and American hero representative. John Lewis of Georgia died. Lewis was eight years old and had pancreatic cancer. In December of two thousand, nineteen, Louis shared the sad news of his diagnosis. Lewis is passing prompted many positive messages on social media such as Elizabeth. Warren tweeting the following. Quote John Lewis was, and always will be an American hero and champion for civil rights who inspired us to all make good trouble in the fight for justice. Rest in power. Rep. John, Lewis. Then, we have Republican Senator Marco Rubio on the other hand writing for Mashal, Alice, informed says. On Saturday Senator Marco. Rubio inserted both of his feet into his mouth with a poorly executed tribute to late civil rights legend John Lewis. What could she be referring to? You might ask well. Rubio tweeted a memorial message about John. Lewis along with a picture of Rubio beside a black lawmaker. The problem is that black lawmaker was not John Lewis. It was Elijah Cummings of Maryland. Who died last October? So besides Rubio, being an absolute buffoon, he's also horrible on policy, so if you live in Florida, please vote against him in twenty twenty two..
"rubio" Discussed on Hallway Chats
"Or product or a a store now more than ever still Yeah I would say does Barron perfect. There's GonNa be hiccups in. You can figure it out and then ultimately you can do it. Yeah I like those My Wife Family got one of her grandmothers. Who's passed away long before I met. My wife had a phrase said along those lines that I know of repeated on this show but I just love it so I'm going to say it again if it's worth getting done it's worth getting done badly. Just finish it. Just don't let perfect be the enemy of good. Yeah sure Danny tell us a little bit about what your thoughts are on organizing virtual meet up. We hear a lot about that In in certainly in the wordpress community with so many word camp some meet ups being shut down. We've got just about a minute or so laughed but tell us a little bit about what you're trying to do where people might look for you online so that As you get things going on opening up can help build a community or grow your audience. Go Your community with you. Thanks Man My wife say is Rubio Dot TV Pretty simple most of my handles on the interwebs is Rubio. Dot TV Rubio underscored TV because someone took dot TV bumped but when it comes to yeah I know that There's been a couple of places that are trying to help him or make it easier for easier to do. Welcoming zoom is there. I mean crane lost There's a lot of other tools out there. There are McKinsey to Virgil meet UPS. I I mean I think technically it would be all audio but What's it called? Discord has like a feature people can just get on and meet. Look with just audio. Let's talk talk to each other and are just doing like alive just like a face getting a group and doing a facebook live and sharing your screen and people comment in section so ultimately I think that when it comes to trying to create an on a meet to figure out what you can do and what. Maybe people are willing to on and do and try doing that. Because it's at the end the day we have to be physically distancing from each other but not mean like we're doing today we don't have to be socially isolating each other so. I appreciate you guys be able to have had me today And Iota show her at least some my journey and experience because we all need a little bit more connection for sure. Thank you for joining us. We appreciate being able to continue doing this in our own. Socially isolated environments grow physically isolated. De Thanks so much great meeting you Danny. Thanks for having me in a quarter here and the rest of the episodes and we'll see online soon all absolutely and drop in on your online. Meet up when you get that organized. We'll see as soon. Danny thanks so much thank you. Thanks for listening to the show show. You enjoyed it as much as we did. If you like what we're doing here meeting New People in our wordpress community. We invite you to tell others about it. I tunes and at Holloway Chats Dot com better yet. Ask Your wordpress friends and colleagues to join us on the show encourage them to complete the beyond the show form on our site to tell about themselves..
"rubio" Discussed on Hallway Chats
"I love I love. I like the small eatings so We were able to because he worked on a wordpress site for Byu diversity. Which is the I think. The Large Private University here in Utah. I'M AT THE LARGEST PUBLIC UNIVERSITY IN UTAH. Were like neighbors you view and Byu and he was working in department that they ran their own setup and hadn't used Gutenberg before. Now's like Oh dude. It's great like Super Easy. And just you know some cool stuff. And so we scheduled increase his own block and he's going to share his experience about his own block for this next one. Let's see if I get it remote but yeah I mean professional I mean overall really were press is always been kind of like a fun hobby for me to like practice. Stretch my my coding skills and just like mess around with like new stuff but really my bread and butter is always been content. And really again I tell my clients at least like hey were pressed. Making website isn't hard. What is hard is creating the getting me the content or creating the content to fill that website to make it really be what you wanted to be is the hardest part and some people really like. Okay I get it and make it happen and others like okay. When can you get me one paragraph that we need to finish the homepage when Liam knows on talking about? Yeah I'm laughing. I'm laughing here Dan. I WANNA I WANNA change gears on your little bit. I've Taryn. I've really enjoyed learning about how you got to where you're at today and you've you shared a fair amount about yourself. Innocent been enjoyable to to hear about your education in the development of your career. And you were kind enough to share that you've got a couple of girls run around the House and married and I wonder where this all lands you. Then when it comes to your definition of success how would you define? Success might have personal definition. You might have a professional different definition. Might have one for each. Are Mike come together in one? Can you share your definition of success with us? You know a lot about this So I'm for Latino who in this country but my parents are Mexican and both them often. Tommy you know we. You know we're here that you could have a better life than we did when we grew up and so just graduate high school and then it was like just graduate college. When I was in college I was like okay. Well I want to make videos to be moved but like I don't know if I'm GONNA move to L. A. and I don't know like I shouldn't be realistic. Which is not very common for me. I'm really hope I'm really hopeful. Person or optimistic I guess and I remember saying you know what all I WANNA do is bill to have a job that provides mostly for my family right and Are going to make videos or make content and I didn't get out of college. I got a job as a journalist at a new station in Memphis. I didn't get journalism degree I I had. There was a lot of learning on my part in that aspect I took one meteorite in class and there was like one week of doing news writing so I mean that that was like but I like. They needed someone who content and house their guy and so now I'm GonNa University in making content and sometimes it's like you know sometimes people like you know. Danny don't you wish you were doing something more and my making videos like I'm technically I've I've hit my success right. I've made a success in or what I what I classify `success and I've been thinking about Mike. Worth I don't know I feel like I need to figure out what my new success means because if I don't I will begin to resent my job or not be passionate about what I'm doing. I think that's what I've what I think that I've internally not perhaps like on a kind of realize that like ultimately you if you if you're doing what you love and it may not be like the most ideal job that you would love to have that success you come by helping at least one person see different perspective so for both you guys you know being able to work with clients who are doing rocketing and design helping them realize they don't need all the flashy pops and things in their logo right or they don't need The most perfect pixel perfect Lay out designer. Whatever it might be For me it's like hey if you can use an audio source when you're recording. Webcam for your class like that's a win for me and the success in ultimately I think recently decided that I would like to be like someone like you guys like to help. Run A small agency or my own consultancy For people around me because I realize as you can probably tell I won like to talk I also like people And as much I like to be able to help build all those little puzzles little pieces of the puzzle for the end product of you know website which might be you know. A lot of things could be photos and video and website stuff in helping trouble shoot whatever they need whatever or on the other side just like strictly providing them a slew of different video content for the social for the website. Whatever it might be I just for me. It's being able to like connect with that 'cause if I go like I've thought about you know all may I like. I love the reason why I like video creations because video games my favorite part and the worst part of it fast parliament you guys ever need to. I'm serious here. You guys are in need of video. Just you know she medium. I'll decent quick earlier instagram. Whatever because I video headings of part for me because for whatever reason it's like the last little like rewrite right as long edit the last little update that you need to do before you're like okay. We'll get ready to publish right and for me. It's just like because I I am like semi decent cinematographer. I like shooting video. I like to be able to of but every single time issues. Something more like I don't know if that was very good and then getting his three good okay was yeah and I want to go back to your success. Answer a little bit. I'M GONNA off. That's all right in and I just wanted to respond to a few points that I thought were particularly poignant and I really moved by your your first generation immigrant Statement how you knew. Your parents did what they needed to do to to build a better life for you and I don't know if you have siblings but I imagine they did for those as well and and then your your measure of success as you grow up was high school college job kind of very practical approaches but you know paying back the face on the trust in the hard work that your parents inevitably put into to give you in the sacrifices that they made. I can't imagine it was easy In now you're at this point. You know your success definition of success Professional standpoint is evolving Iran. And could you be in Hollywood? Maybe I don't know But I I really liked the idea that you're creating educational content right in that. You're still doing. The production workers still doing the filmography or the videography in the editing. And you liked the auditing and and the idea of that which you're creating with in combination with the educator says is drive in the world for its driving somebody else's dream. It's driving the next person behind you in the educational ladder if you will forward so that she can get an AA or or get. The grades achieved needs to to keep moving ahead in her life. And then the way that you tied that back around to helping others and and pushing yourself to a new level whatever that level may be as you grow in your your needs change in your family needs changes in your life that's That's a well thought out very comprehensive definitions under thank you for that. Thank you thank you Ask you a little bit about diversity in wordpress and where you live and how you're finding your way there in terms of people that are also Hispanic heritage or Just the we talk about diversity a little bit here and wondering in Utah which. I don't often think of the most diverse place. I could be totally wrong about that so I'm talk a little bit about that. You know I like. I said I'm pretty optimistic person and so although I knew there was racism in the world and like I just I think that sometimes I would not misjudge but I I would forget that diversity still a big challenge in two thousand twenty two thousand one thousand nine even twenty next year right That we're getting. We're trying to get a little bit better so for mean Utah. Some parts are diverse. Some others are not very diverse. We're getting a little bit better but I think that for me. I guess so. I'm just a person I When my wife and I were first married we both speak Spanish My Wife's American when she learned Spanish and went to a Spanish church for a little bit like in our congregation and a lot of the youth. There didn't even think that they were GonNa go to college and that was completely I just. I was always kind of shocked about that because they like. I don't know if it's because they thought they can do it. Or whatever and so I would always try to encourage them to like. Hey guys you know like you know. You can't do things like there. Are things out there that can be done by you. And as I started to go into journalism in like thinking about content wise we had a panel that was talking about diversity and how like ultimately like for US refer individuals who are diverse in women people of color people who have disabilities. Whatever you WANNA call. Whatever portion of the diversity Spector you want to call it have is that just like I had. I felt like I had a responsibility to do something so that I could make my parents proud because they came here for a reason that it's the same thing for diversity like people should feel more empowered now more than.
"rubio" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"rubio" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
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"rubio" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press
"And so I do believe that anyone who is cooperating with them winning or unwittingly is doing the work of a foreign intelligence agency harmless. But I know what you're getting at Roger and all all that stuff. I can also tell you, and frankly, I mean this, you know, in truth, not in the spirit of nastiness. The media wasn't winning in this too. Because the media reported breathlessly on a lot of the revelations that were leaked that we know we're now the product of the work of Russian intelligence, and all of us need to be wiser when we see this thing or something hits your inbox or another reporter's inbox from third party source that we don't know who it is. We have to be careful that we are not doing the work of the Russians or some other intelligence. Agency, that's trying to undermine us. We all need to be wiser about this movement. Should it be a crime working with WikiLeaks? Well, took a question. I think certainly if your wittingly doing it. I it should be considered a such. I mean, you're participating in the work of a foreign intelligence agency. But one of the keys that they do is unwittingly. It's not like they have a sign at the front door. That says, you know, we're we are an instrument of Russian intelligence that we're being used by Russian intelligence for this purpose. But that's why I've supported the special prosecutor and the work they're doing I think it's important for them to finish. We'll have all the facts before us, and then we can render judgment. I think it's a real big mistake. Trust me to jump to any conclusions until Mr. molars workers done. Senator Marco Rubio Republican from Florida, thanks for coming on your views with you when we come back as the Democrats twenty twenty they're likely to find themselves forced to navigate big differences among their own voters. They're more divided than you might think the three pads for democratic candidates in two thousand twenty that's next..
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"Rubio. Richard moran. Appointed Senator Martha mcsally good job. Governor of IRA Zona. Kennedy of Louisiana, Holly, a Missouri Gardner of Colorado Daines of Montana carton of ARCHE. Cotton of Arkansas Collins of Maine, Boozman of Arkansas, they don't understand separation of powers. Anymore than the left apparently. Incredible. Whether the left or some of the others, they take an oath to pull the constitution. Look what's going on on Capitol Hill today. They can't secure the damn border. They can't properly fund the military. They can't cut the deck. They can't cut domestic spending. What the hell can they do? The Republicans are in control we've had spending like never before the Democrats are in control. They want up them. We are headed for a wall. Ladies and gentlemen. Look at Nancy Pelosi. That's their leader. Do you think she can help this country in any effective or serious way? Help the country. She's a disaster. How about the Republican leadership? What are we getting out of Mitch McConnell? Be quiet. And Schumer what a sleazeball. That's right. I said it. I didn't use M F. I call him a sleazeball. I'll be right back..
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"Might have something like what happened in Vegas, or we might have something like what happened at the pulse nightclub in Orlando or Stillman, Douglas and Broward County, Florida, those types of things often color our imagination, and that is where we still have mainstream. News media influence that is Corrina picture that is also pulse. And part of the reason that I'm bringing this up. There was a piece of legislation proposed yesterday that not many people. No about or paid attention to its gun control. And it came from none other than Senator Marco Rubio, and what's all this about? So every time we have a new congress all the pending legislation from previous congress that is dead. That Bill on Capitol Hill from schoolhouse rock. He was part of the top two percent. Only two percent. A proposed legislation ever passes into becoming law, and literally and that was a more than ten thousand bills die when with each new cars that comes into session in the wake of the shooting and Stephen Douglas in Florida last year Marco Rubio proposed some reforms that became part of comprehensive gun control here in Florida. And it went nowhere. The very first thing he decided to do in the new congress was propose it yet. Again. Now, here's something to watch. Whatever you happen to think of it. Yeah. Your name we tend to also through perception and reality. I think that everything is necessarily partisan, for example, any type of gun control or reform is necessarily something that Republicans don't want, and and necessarily something that Democrats do want and in the like, but somewhere along the line there can be a level of pragmatism that enters the equation. And this is where Ford is a little bit anomalous this way. Did pass comprehensive gun control reform last year and happened to be reformed that as a proud supporter of the second amendment and a gun owner, I generally supported and it happened to pass with a completely Republican controlled state government here in Florida happened to be signed into law by our Republican governor Rick Scott who happens to be the incoming junior Senator from Florida. So as Marco Rubio proposed this as you have Rick Scott that is going to be another Senator from Florida who actually helped install it and make it happen. One of the things you're likely to see playing out is some type of reform here. Now, you might be aware the President Trump ended up using his pen to sign out through that kid of action bomb socks. He is also that.