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Biden honors 'giant of our history' Bob Dole at US Capitol
"President president Biden Biden and and others others are are paying paying tribute tribute to to Bob Bob Dole Dole after after his his death death Sunday Sunday under under the the U. U. S. S. capitol capitol dome dome we we recognize recognize senator senator dole's dole's among among the the pantheon pantheon of of patriots patriots house house speaker speaker Nancy Nancy Pelosi Pelosi honoring honoring a a man man who who served served the the nation nation in in World World War War two two and and the the Congress Congress as as he he lay lay in in state state in in the the same same spot spot as as Lincoln Lincoln and and others others bomb bomb launcher launcher he he too too was was a a giant giant of of our our history history the the president president said said his his long long time time friend friend a a Republican Republican leader leader put put principle principle over over party party he he urged urged the the nation nation to to remember remember dole dole Senate Senate farewell farewell speech speech in in which which he he pleaded pleaded for for the the country country to to come come together together the the only only way way forward forward for for democracy democracy is is unity unity consensys consensys the the only only way way Sager Sager mag mag ani ani Washington Washington
"senator dole" Discussed on WTOP
"Schedule your free estimate today It's four ten we're continuing to get reaction to the death of Bob Dole The former senator in 1996 Republican presidential nominee Emeritus senior congressional correspondent Dave McConnell looks back on Dole's legacy His sharpness of tone came naturally from a hard Scrabble childhood in depression era Kansas to World War II wounds and left his right arm shattered and unusable And something that surprised people in his last years Dole did support ultimately Donald Trump But for this reporter senator Dole was always approachable ready with a joke Generally happy to take part in a genial give and take session with reporters myself included Before being laid up with a cancer diagnosis last winter Dole could be found swapping stories with World War II veterans in their families at the World War II memorial which he played a big part in creating in downtown Washington An old soldier to the very end Dave McConnell WT open news A woman was shot and killed yesterday in the district and police say they're looking for three juveniles in connection with the crime D.C. police say they responded around 2 p.m. to reports of a shooting at eastern avenue northeast in dean wood That's where they found a woman inside a car shot to death Police are looking for three juveniles driving a gold SUV heading westbound on eastern avenue Maryland's highest court has ruled in favor of a landlord and a Baltimore eviction case that legal experts say has wide ramifications for the city's licensing law The Baltimore sun reports the Maryland Court of Appeals rule the landlord can evict tenants without having a rental license The court's majority said even unlicensed property owners have certain rights It's a time.
"senator dole" Discussed on WTOP
"War hero and former Republican presidential candidate died today at age 98 Emeritus senior congressional correspondent Dave McConnell calls Dole a master of the Senate Once considered a hatchet man and GOP politics blaming Democrats for all recent wars dull softened his political persona with friendly jabs and self deprecating humor A successful Senate leader senator Dole never really caught on and seeking a White House bid His 1996 campaign as GOP nominee against Democrat Bill Clinton marred by his insider status as a Senate leader And unable to communicate with the average voter While he lost the 1996 presidential election Dole skillfully pushed through major legislation during his 36 years in Congress that includes shaping tax policy foreign policy farm and nutrition programs and rights for the disabled After leaving politics dull devoted his time to various causes including advocating for war veterans and he was the driving force behind the creation of the World War II memorial on the national mall If you're thinking of buying a home a change coming the first of this year the next year rather could make it easier for you to get it if you need a mortgage Conforming loan limit from the federal housing finance agency set the rules for how much you can go up to and alone and still get one back by government controlled Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac For some buyers this will make a big difference In the D.C. region then max is moving up to close to a $1 million L damara with compass realty says some buyers may get into better interest rate programs or avoid jumbo loans also I'm also might have been taking multiple mortgages the first and a second to try to stay out of the jumbo Now you might not need to do this So he says having your lender rerun your numbers could be a game changer for you Mike Murillo W TOP news Maryland's governor and First Lady are bringing a holiday.
"senator dole" Discussed on WTOP
"Your free estimate today It's 9 ten Bob Dole World War II combat hero former Republican presidential candidate died today at 98 WTO ps emeritus senior congressional correspondent Dave McConnell looks back at Dole's legacy calling him a master of the Senate Once considered a hatchet man and GOP politics blaming Democrats for all recent wars dull softened his political persona with friendly jabs and self deprecating humor A successful Senate leader senator Dole never really caught on and seeking a White House bid His 1996 campaign as GOP nominee against Democrat Bill Clinton marred by his insider status as a Senate leader And unable to communicate with the average voter While he lost the 1996 presidential election to president Bill Clinton dull skillfully pushed through major legislation during his 36 years in Congress That includes shaping tax policy foreign policy farm and nutrition programs and rights for the disabled After leaving politics told devoted his time to various causes including advocating for military veterans he was the driving force behind the World War II memorial on the national mall Buying a home a change coming the first of the year could make it easier for you to get that home you're looking for If you need a mortgage Conforming loan limit from the federal housing finance agency set the rules for how much you can go up to and alone and still get back by government controlled Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac For some buyers this will make a big difference In the D.C. region then max is moving up to close to a $1 million el damara with compass realty says some buyers may get into better interest rate programs or avoid jumbo loans also I'm also might have been taking multiple mortgages The first and a second to try to stay out of the jumbo Now you might not need to do this So he says having your lender rerun your numbers could be a game changer for you Mike Murillo As sports betting flourishes across the nation have the commercials for it on TV and radio become too much They use big names from actors like Jamie Foxx Showtime Two athletes like Drew Brees Live your bed life And even bigger more tantalizing offers But at a sports betting conference last week there was also some acknowledgment that maybe they've been laying it on too thick lately In fact the president of the gambling industry's national trade group called it an unsustainable arms race and warns of these companies don't start restraining themselves the government might step in and do it for them Too many commercials led the UK to put a ban on sports fighting commercials during games Italy bans them all together John dumb and news In Maryland at least 5 school superintendents have left or leaving their jobs when their contracts expire and the head of a national organization says it's a serious issue Dan Dominic is a former fairfax county superintendent Now he leads the aasa the school superintendents association and says the departures of school chiefs is most definitely a trend One example already 45 superintendents of Georgia are indicating that they're leading their job whereas during a normal year it would only be ten or 15 The issue he says the normal stresses of the job made worse due to the pandemic his organization has launched an initiative to provide superintendents with more support as they tackle the job with more stress than ever.
"senator dole" Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast
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"senator dole" Discussed on Mon Carnet, l'actu numrique
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"senator dole" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"With Gwen. Now more of WTMJ conversations. I'm your host, Libby Collins. Our special guest today on conversations is human rights Attorney Kimberly Motley. And this is going to be a two part interview. You'll hear the first part today and the next part next week and let's return to our conversation and find out exactly how Kimberly knew she wanted to be an attorney. At what point did you start thinking about becoming an attorney? You know, it's interesting because there wasn't like a thing happened. You know, it just sort of naturally happened that I do. Remember when I was in high school. My parents were extremely strict about watching TV. And so you know, of course. They didn't let us watch TV. So I remember my history teacher was like, you know, assigned of to watch law normal that night. We haven't discussion the following day. We have a possible and I went through like a high school to 20 students and I went home and I was like my teacher said I have to watch law and order. So I last long order and I loved it. And then literally like that in the next two years. That will probably like you even It was just that once like I was like the people that watch law and order, and they kept allowing me to watch Michelle on which was really interesting, and I think part of that. I guess sort of was an indirect inspiration to why Senator Dole lawyer But reality is I want to be a DJ that really wait a minute and then hold up. You wanted to be a DJ. Yeah, I love that I wanted to do. Yeah, And it's I mean, because I think I love music, and I love being creative and to me You know, I think in a certain way, maybe, um, but I've become that from a legal standpoint, you know, I feel like the best DJs are those that are able to understand the beat of the crowd when you're going to a club or a party, and I feel like as a little as a litigator. That's what my job is interstate spinning music on spinning law. You know, because a successful litigator needs to understand the driver of that A court wants to listen to it, Of course like that, of course, but in the past week looks like rock You know, you're not gonna be ineffective lawyer Unless you understand that laws you need do quote. What different cultural nuances you need to bring into your argument. You know, understanding the arguments that you just need to make three within your playlist of our uniform court just like a good DJ. Because the bitch ej understand It's not about the songs that you want to hear. Stop the songs that you need to play to get them dancing and make them feel it in their soul. And so I feel like in a world away that sort of I have become a DJ. But from a legal standpoint more of a D. J. J justice DJ now Kimberly, let's talk a little bit about being in the public defender's office in Milwaukee County. That was your very First job as an attorney. What what stands out in that part of your career? I mean, what stands out really love? Amazing public defenders that I met Still. No, I'm working in the office. I mean it. Grueling hours. You have an insane amount of clients that you're representing, and so many people were doing it well, and the thing with dignity you know, and it's extremely fart and often thankless that very low pay. People did it, You know, and I thought that was really amazing. And for me what I learned most was what I like. Most, frankly, was the interactions with the client meeting hearing their stories changing fight, But the client is trying to be a voice for them was really, really important for me. And so that to me was the most important thing about the job that I like. A lot of Ah lot of the people who come to the public defender's office. I mean, have have very sad stories. How did you keep from getting too emotionally involved in their cases and professionally represent them? See, this is the thing. I don't think there's anything wrong with being emotion involved in people's cases, because that's frankly how I practice. It's how impressed as the only way I know how to practice law is also to be Someone emotionally invested, but you have to put your emotions in check. You know, I mean, in any lawyer, in my opinion that says they're never believe that any good lawyer anyway, representing clients says they're not emotionally invested in case in case is or their clients to me. It's not a good lawyer that she part of loitering, you know, especially working within the public defender's office, representing criminal defendants or being a prosecutor's. Well, you know, these cases are very personal, and so I think would also help me connected to him initially invested not being too much of them emotional math. Frankly, is because the way that I grew up, you know, I mean, I was always moving amongst different types of people, and I don't mean touch people in a bad way. What? You just different. A wide variety of people, I guess is a better way of saying that And so I grew up around people having your hard times or, you know, making Bob decisions, but I do. There are good people. It wasn't something that I necessarily was introduced to when I started working in the public defender's office still ahead on Wtmj conversations that I did that in the first corner. Ever litigating.
"senator dole" Discussed on Presencia
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"senator dole" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community
"Alright so one of my best friends. He actually wrote a book just this past in the past few months and he wrote this awesome resource kingdom leader and it is a twenty one day devotional about being a leader for the Kingdom of God and I believe that it is a phenomenal resource by a great and trusted friend and and it is a excellent companion to the path to different Kinda hits the same message that I was trying to get out with my book but from from the the leadership perspective so they really go hand in hand and it's just a great and another easy read and just another great resource to put into into the hands of either your students or your lay people just your everyday person just another awesome resource man. I WanNa just second that one. I have the joy of reading it as well. Unfortunately I could not read it in Today's setting because he's got his broke up in twenty one days and there's a purpose behind that and so I'll let him explain that on an episode that I'm going to have him on soon but really so But I'm ready to do that as well and I just to me. It's a great privilege because what the listeners may not know is that so Taylor's Tuscaloosa your incentive. Oh and I'm in Vernon retain the comment in Ministry in Newport. Now and so really. They're all within our to half of each other now. Senator Dole and tail and we'll Taylor's at or much closer than where I'm at but I just couldn't help it highlights guys that not only have I went to school with but some local guys writing books because not not only they local writing books with the writing solid good books and so I just WanNa second his Plugged they're just want to encourage you to go and grab your copy of it but also just from our recommendations diskettes were on this idea of smaller devotional tight readings I wanted to highlight one. And I've may have highlighted it before but it's from another friend of mine that's not in Alabama opening Chicago named Robert Sh- Nikko and he. He wrote a devotional book called lessons. Learned from China is meditation on God's Restoring Grace and it's a great little little devotional read as well so I just WANNA encourage you. To first and foremost let's pick up the past so different by Lonnie and then as he recommended this pickup Taylor Morton's book as well as Roberts Nicos Book but Lonnie. I WanNa thank you for not only being on the podcast but writing the book man. I thoroughly enjoyed it. It's been a great read and I just wanted to opportunity now for you to just tell the listeners to some different ways that they can find the book and maybe even the best way for you after that just tell us how they can connect with you on social media if they have any questions yes first of all. Thank you for having me This has been an honor and a privilege to be on this podcast but the best way to purchase the book is real simple on Amazon. Just type in in the past the different and it'll come right up and is just ten dollars and that's really the only way to purchase the book so it's also also the best way in everybody you can find being on social media. FACEBOOK twitter Instagram facebook type in my name Lonnie free and instagram and twitter. It is launching underscore frey and also put the Email and all that that in the book too so if you purchase the book all that Info is also in the back so yeah just type in my name on social median. You'll find me. Were also man man we We want to encourage listeners out there. I know this is difficult episode since it's really more interview about his book but I just WanNa encourage you before we jump over here is to live a path that is different and has really just to seek God's glory above all else and then to live this out in your day to day lives and I think that's the premise of his book is just making this intentional. Desire in your life to live differently for the namesake of Christ and I just want courage you in that listeners. As you're going to be in the trenches of ministry in your job or your ministry job that is going to be difficult in hard hard. There's going to be times where you want to quit and give up. And first of all most trust in the spirit of God to empower us much like Caleb did is we see not only in his story but as Lonnie highlights throughout his book. But also we're GONNA need others around us to encourage us in the build up and that's what's so great about books like this is that we can have encouragement from people that we may never had if we didn't read through it so only courage you not only to live a life of different in but also just to grab a copy of this book and read through it and ninety once again and off to the salon so far but thank you for being on the podcast and this is an episode so the Everyday Ministry podcast a podcast. Where everyday ministers get together to discuss ministry.
The Fatherhood Playbook - The Elementary Years
"This podcast is for men husbands and fathers in all stages of life where we promote and advocate Ruben Biblical principles relieving a lasting lasting legacy lance last time we talked about these stages we were on phase one and early development and before we get into phase two do which I'm thankful that I am out of face to which as you ages five twelve years elementary years we kind of wanted to do a little bit of I don't know if we want to call it house cleaning but maybe we'll say home focusing and some different stages or styles of parenting the along this journey with that Lance. What do you think yeah just for all the listeners if he didn't hear the first podcast first podcast uh-huh. What was this is crazy Africa era over here? I don't know what's going on now. If you guys didn't hear the first per cut podcast. Why can't I say that word today podcast if you didn't hear the first podcast either by to go back and listen to it but it kind of talks about where this thing came from essentially what we're looking for when I started off in parenting parenting else look for two things and authentic biblical parenting philosophy apparent gloss visa had a proven track record of producing children. WHO become christ-centered adults in the first one? We talked Dante member. We talked a lot about Barna research. It's just a lot of the research out there. That said hey listen. If you WANNA raise kids who grew up to be Senator Dole some certain things you can look at that are actually based on research evidence based practices that will help you get there so I invite you guys if you didn't listen to that. Go back and listen to it but today. We're GONNA Kinda that was the first one was birth through five years today. We're going to cover her five years through elementary and will be a good idea to you know so. We'll put some of these books so these links. Maybe it'd be WANNA buy them on Amazon Lance. If you can link it up revolutionary parenting yeah yeah it's going to do if eighth tim show some timmel stuff sure and get resource for our listeners. I won't I won't even put those like annoying. what do you call it like. When would if you buy it through us. We get a kickback type. I would just be like hey go on Amazon finding if you came into like money or you WanNa you know do a legacy dad's retreat you know and you just want to donate that to to the Bible one three C. You know we'll get that up and running out in Idaho or somewhere like that. If you get a million dollar resort you just WANNA. Give us what will work. We'll spend the rest of our day's work in you know fulltime with Dad's getting this stuff straight but for all the other listeners like like Lance and I you know we don't want a nickel and dime you and Hey we want you guys getting as much from from this as we do and were accountable to you guys as you are to us so we hope that what we say what we do and going forward especially in these next few moments. We don't want to offend but we definitely want you to test what we're saying against scripture absolutely so so to your talk about this so I wrote that it's been about ten years now since I wrote that original blog post on overprotective. Teke parenting and Matt. I remember when I wrote this thing you know. I was talking about the dangers of why this parenting style it. It just had long term implications everything that I read everything from you know Biblical stuff that my mentors were teaching me said this is just a bad route to go down to but man. Can you tell you what I would. I wouldn't into some of the popular Christian parenting forums and I was talking about this like hey this overprotective parenting stuff is really bad and you would the thought I went in there and burned Bible because I had literally you know parents coming out of the woodwork mom's coming out of the woodwork. Just basically saying like you are absolutely wrong. You don't know what you're talking about. We have to protect our kids. We have to do you know and and it was just like I think maybe because they were probably in and that overprotective phase they didn't want to hear it but you know so low behold a lot of researchers come out recently that was in the last is ten years since I wrote this podcast had says stuff is just destructive and if you don't know what we're talking about so overprotective parenting and over protective parent wants to protect the child from harm hurt and pain unhappiness bad experience rejection hurt feelings failure disappointment sin those types the things so but the way they try to do it. They try to create this unrealistic environment like environment. That's completely free of any sin or outside influence or media and they use really get involved in the over management of the decisions and lives of the children so for the guys out there like me than the android also wetlands is saying that the parents don't like the fact that there's winners and loser's so they'll take the score out of a kid's baseball game and everybody wins and everybody gets trophies at the end of the game layman's yeah yeah and I think some of it's not even that some of it was crazy stuff like you know I'm not GonNa wit. Let my kids watch Disney movies because you know like like I remember this this slip big topic. It was like I'm not going to let my kids watch a lad and because there's a genie and it promotes magic and analysts stuff like that and I was kind sound like that is that is that really is that what we're afraid of is that I mean with all the things you know. We're going to be afraid of Disney's Aladdin but you some of the critical things you see. I think is like a lot of times. Were let's see the kid. The kid falls or gets hurts or something like that and it's like like mom running into took like comfort the kid when there's no distress or what I saw a lot Christian parents is to is trying to create these overly really strict rules that if you know to try to keep the child from doing anything wrong or punishment that didn't fit the crime. Abbas like overly harsh discipline for really minor offenses in them make any cognitive Kabila's no decisions yeah no you're not you're not developing their cognitive thought in the sense that they have to ask you to go to the bathroom and I mean yeah. I actually know parents that legitimately hear kids ask mom. Can I go to the bathroom and you know and Dante. I'll say I mean we're we're. We're we're kind of you know being tongue in cheek in beating these parents l. but but I I honestly believe this because I used to get really harsh and I was like why can't you see this is so destructive obstructive but you know when I was doing the parenting conference and I would actually talk to parents I on this was a mean I'm being honest here and being graceful and I think a lot of these parents like like what while I think they were trying to be overprotective really out of a sense of love for the child. The problem was is that there are philosophy and their methodology that they you you tried to accomplish with was flawed and it often had disastrous results in it and it wasn't based on anything Biblical I don't know where in my Bible Dante too I read over and over fear this fear that fear that you know fear all these things of fear. Yeah live a life of fear and make sure our kids grow up to know that they need to be fear based of everything in the world and what I believe the Bible commands us over and over his fear not fear not fear not now. If if you're listening don't get me wrong. We're not talking about you know telling three year olds to go hang out in the bad part of town. Send them at the mall. You know at six years old I mean we there's boundaries that kids need every child needs boundaries. Yeah it's age appropriate but but I think we in yeah yeah and I think look what you were saying on to. Its if the child is of the age where they can make a decision for themselves but the parent is still making that decision for them. That's that that's kind of an issue. You know so you know. I was thinking about this when we were going to do this podcast and I so I just looked up because as I really haven't looked a lot at the overprotective parenting stuff or you know years and years now so I just punched into Google to see what I come up with and the crazy thing is is for as much grief as I got for writing that post ten years later we now have a bunch of peer reviewed research and results of the negative effects of this style of parenting and some of the research and these are actual like peer reviewed clinical research that was done in some of the stuff. I saw is pretty scary. It's like overprotective. Parenting parenting has been proven to increase levels of like social problems hyper aggression children becoming more antisocial increase lying to parents against developing anxiety disorders having greater dependence on parents as they grow older greater risk-taking as they get to the teen years lower self esteem him and actually higher rates of being bullied so I mean there was not anything I could find that was really positive about being overprotective overprotective or coddling your children so yeah I throw that out there and and Dante it sounds like you've had some experience with this and like I said said I really think I think parents are there. They think this is they think it's they're doing it out of love but they just go overboard in some of these areas what do you what do you think on that. Dante yeah and it's almost to the point like you almost wish for a moment in time you could just pull them up out of that tree of that child well that's in front of them and have them look over like the gamut of all parents and all kids and just to see you know what like some good processes says versus bad processes and you know if you you know if you're Kinda resembling or you're getting a little bit offended that we're we're poking into your backyard here on the overprotective detect apparent you know likewise. There's the other side of the spectrum on the parent that is completely disengaged and bold. Have you know negative constraints and not good for the child development. You know whether we like it or not. Children do need boundaries. Mom Dad you know if you live on a busy street and you're over protective and you know that going into the middle of that street you know will cause pain in your helicopter on that. This is not what we're talking about but we're talking about the things where you're having the child live out of fear in this case we're apparent literally up until like eighteen year olds asking their their their mom if they could go to the bathroom you know in having me say of course you go to the bathroom. You're you're a guy you want to go right here. I would suggest you don't do that in front of the women but go behind Bush and having the mother look at me but basically knowing that hey look you can try and practices at home but I have a relationship with his child to that aim flying Ryan and and so it wasn't me being a jerk or whatever but just having fun with it being lighthearted leading the kid relax and showing that hey you know you gotta grow up you gotTa to pass that torch and and the the caution that I want to say if you are finding yourself that you're micromanage everything of to this kid where they go to school what sports tape and or your overcome packing their schedule realized that as much as we think that we're developing the child as land says scientific aim typic- and this isn't just christian-based this is you know pure raw data that you are in that we are inadvertently causing distress and just worry and that can metamorphasized into a whole bunch of other things
Senator, Dole And Rape discussed on BBC World Service
"A Malaysian senator has apologized for proposing a sexual harassment law to as he puts it protected man from being seduced by women into committing sexual crimes Mohammed Imran of dole had made had suggested a Palestinian acts to stop men from allegedly being tempted into crimes like rape or **** by the way women dressed or
"senator dole" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen
"So of all the fight news that happened this week, then you had Tony Ferguson. I would assume moving into a number one contender's ship, you had the bullet Valentina with the greatest highlight reel. Knockout in women's mixed. Martial arts history. Joe Rogan went a step further. Senator dole. Oh, classify it just say mixed martial arts history. Okay. It's one of them. It's one of I just want to give her the gold medal. So I am going to classifies it in that division. She's at the top, you would Henry, pseudo become champ champ, you have the great shale Sunan in a number one contender's bout against the dragon to Machida. But should we at all ignore the elephant in the room, which is Justin Bieber called out? Tom Cruise now. I like it myself. I'm into it, and there used to be a show called celebrity boxing. I had no problem with it. Yes, the punches were sloppy. Yes, they were terrible. I get the whole thing. But the stories already told I happen to know the characters I happen to follow them on television. There's something for me to see here. I was inner tamed by nobody got hurt. They made the rounds. One minute. They put them in big gloves that big. Hey, gear everybody loved happy to spew? Dispute resolution, and I know the story line a man. I'm in. I like the fight. I don't think the Bieber new Tom Cruise was fifty six years old. I simply don't think that he knew that, Secondly, I expect that Tom Cruise will respond in some fashion in some arrogant, trumped up fashion. He's taken some time he's put some space between. So maybe it's not going to know if the rumors are true of the stories, we hear about Tom Cruise he what he doesn't even know the rumor say Tom Cruise does not have access to news. He does not have access to the internet, everything that he sees everything that he hears it, everybody he talks to his extremely controlled. He may not if that is true. He may not even know he's been challenged. It would be fun. Why don't believe those guys would ever get in there and fight that could have possibly see that happening? Maybe they're gonna have to find it out. In a war of words through the media, and fans are just going to have the side who got the best of who that might be what it is. I don't care how silly it is. I'm just saying there's something there and I don't know where it came from. And there is no. Part of me. There's no part of my Spidey. Senses that believed that it came from. Justin Bieber wanted to fight Tom Cruise they're likely about to do a movie together, or just a beaver as likely about to drop an album. There are some other monetize -able marketing scheme behind this ploy that is full well my prediction. But if Tom for some reason is in on it and just got blindsided. He may respond and we only be able to have a little bit of fun, guys. I appreciate you all listening. I am not at my best, I'm a little worn down. But I'm feeling better each and every day bear with me. I'll see you all Wednesday today. I've had it with you take care of joy..
"senator dole" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Kids read or something like res predictable. They went there. Keep it simple. Frozen yogurt. Right. Huge. All right. It's it's hot outlets store. I know that I go to all the time on you street by three generations of African Americans. I mean, there's a narrative built right in excellent perfect done deal. We can totally normalize those guys. That's what we're gonna do. They can happen. Julia Louis Dreyfuss, welcome back to fresh air. Thank you. Or should. I say welcome back. Madam vice president I've gotten very used to being called that. It's it's rather peculiar little heady your characters she's the vice president. We don't learn what political party your character. Selina Meyer is not that much about her political career and kind of inherently has ambitions that maybe exceed her talents. But to can't be a fool either. I mean, nobody who gets to be vice president doesn't have something on the ball and some accomplishments. I wonder as you develop this was sort of a sweet spot you had to find between someone who is competent, but maybe not to competent and kind of neurotic. Yeah. Totally. I mean, you know, buffoonery is funny. Let's face it. And you'll see her behave competently in certain situations. But she's betwixt and between, you know, she's in a powerful position. And yet she's power less at the same time. And I play it as if that circumstance has a way of paralyzing her. So that's how I sort of justify maybe certain so called hiccups that she has, you know, her agenda is often clashing with the agenda of the president and house one survive under those circumstances. It's a mess. And if it weren't a mess, it wouldn't be funny. Of course. So, you know, we keep it messy listen to another clip in this scene. You have just as the vice president have just met with a Senator who you're trying to get to support a Bill that you're backing, and it kind of didn't go as planned and you've just come back from the meeting. And confessing what happened to your staff? The staff members. Here are played by Reed, Scott. And a clump ski and met Walsh. And you speak first. Let's listen. I think I did the right thing. But I just need you to confirm that. I did the right thing something to someone. What what exactly did you say an end to to whom Senator Dole said that he would sponsor the Bill. If we keep oil office clean ups, and there was an implication, perhaps. You didn't say, yes. No. I didn't say. I said, yeah. Well, we told oil we've put one of their guys clean jobs. That's why we got away with the Cutler. Okay. Charmed by Doyle, he's got that little twinkle in his eyes. Just nice. I've got nice. All right. And where were you Amy, by the way, where were you? You said you had it covered. Didn't have it covered in. It's your job to know that if I say, I haven't covered I don't have it covered. A new cover me. I need you all to make me have not said that I need to have make me onset it that is our guest. Julia Louis Dreyfuss, very very funny scene. You can imagine this character Senator when she had her own base of power and kind of more sure where she was handling negotiation with another Senator well, but here. She she's kind of undermined by her position and gets frantic. And does stupid things. Exactly. In fact, in the first episode when she has a meeting with Senator hallows she comes in. And she says, Barbara, what am I missing here? And Senator house says power when she says that I played it like it was like a punch to the gut because she's sort of speaking the truth and that throws Selena off her game for the rest of that seen as a result. She's she's struggling to get her her balance back, and she doesn't quite recover it. Julia Louis Dreyfuss speaking to fresh air contributor Davies in twenty twelve after a break another cast member of veep, actor Tony HALE. This is fresh air. Support for NPR comes from this station. And from indeed used by over three million businesses for hiring where employers can post.
Alabama, Bill And Senate discussed on Here & Now
"Vote on a strict abortion. Ben, maybe one of the strictest in the country was the first item on the agenda for lawmakers in Alabama state Senate today and immediately became fiery. Now they've delayed that vote at least until next week. Several other states are also limiting abortion rights this week. Georgia became the fourth state to pass a so-called heartbeat. Bill banning an abortion six weeks into a pregnancy. Or when a heartbeat can be heard by doctor it also grants embryos at six weeks and fetuses person hood, Alabama's abortion ban would criminalize doctors who perform the procedure. Andrea Jaeger reporter and hosted WB HMO in Birmingham is on this story. And Andrew we spoke to you last week when state reps past their Bill to Ben pretty much all abortions, with the exception of a serious health risk to the mother. This was senators today what happened and how different is their Bill. Well, there was a small difference in. That's what created that chaos. In the Senate. When this Bill was passed that of a cynic committee yesterday, the senators there added an exception for rape and incest. The original Bill had no exception for rape, and incest, but they added that in and so when this Bill was brought up in the Senate this morning, some Republicans moved to mmediately table that amendment the chair approve that and chaos ensue with with with Democrats objecting to that. And so we had discussions around net procedural issue and coming out of that you had Senate president proteomic Republican state Senator Dole Marsh, he offered this this particular amendment that was just stripped wasn't amendment that I've always wanted on a Bill in any Bill I've ever supported and what I'm going to ask for, and maybe this would be the time is that everybody's go home this weekend. They need to listen to the constituents about this Bill with them without the amendment. We just took off and we need to come back Tuesday. Have extended debate and make that final decision. And that's what I'm going to ask at this point that we care this over to the call of the chair until you deal with this on next Tuesday. That's exactly what they did. He get pretty chaotic before. That though is that a surprise as you've said, this is seems to be if there are Democrats, of course, who wanted the exception for rape, and incest cases. But is it a surprise that you have Republicans as we just heard who also wanted that what we knew going into it that this was a point of contention even within the Republican caucus not all of them were keen with having to build. It didn't have exception. We didn't know is how exactly that was going to be dealt with how it was going to play out. And as we saw this morning at means delay a little little more time to work that out. Well, and talk about you know, because we are seeing this move in many states to bring up these bills, and in most of the states, and people are lawmakers are saying we are hoping that this goes to the courts, we want this to go all the way to the supreme court with two very conservative recent appointees is that the sense in Alabama. And how does it compare to the so-called heartbeat bills? Yeah. That's the supporters of the Bill. Here in Alabama are very explicit that they intend this Bill as a court challenge, they expect it to be challenged and make its way to the federal court system. They hope to the supreme court where the nineteen seventy three Roe v. Wade decision might be reconsidered on paper. It is certainly a stronger Bill than say the heartbeat bills. We've seen in other states because it does we send original form does criminalize abortion in all cases, except for the health of the mother. Opponents would argue though that the heartbeat bills. Functionally are abortion banned because for many women, they don't know at six weeks that they're pregnant, but but regardless of that court challenges most likely are ahead, and that's what proponents of this legislation. Went to see and how are pro choice advocates opponents reacting to the spill don't they're gearing up for the fight as well groups such as Planned Parenthood and the American Civil Liberties union of Alabama promised a lawsuit here in Alabama. If. Does pass.
"senator dole" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Are you saying he should just lay? Mike, my gut reaction is okay. It's kind of funny, but maybe late low for a little while when you're talking about all these investigations. And what not there is maybe a little part of me there. But after the Hillary statement, and the way she said it. Go both barrels Rudy. He did. Everybody country wants to move on now, America's number one crime family. You really want to get back into these waters hills. I mean, Trump sort of called off the dogs a while back if you remember right after the election. Yeah. Saying now, it's over one. I we don't need to lock her up and now, okay, you really want. This you want this fight Hillary here. It comes. Okay. Joe Biden announces tomorrow. Then where do we go? Do you think Joe actually might be in some trouble with some of the outrage from the far left David like this? No, okay. So you have this story that came out about Joe, Biden, one time talk. This is in the seventies. Nineteen Seventy-three it just become a Senator Dole Biden talking to a group of constituents and he was asked about gay rights, and he says that homosexuals working for the federal government where security risks. This was written in the morning news. This is a paper that was based in Wilmington, Delaware. No longer in circulation. Biden was having a meeting with members of the northstar civic association. One of the members who was a gay rights activist asked Biden questions on job discrimination at the US civil service. And in the military, Biden says, my gut reaction is that homosexuals are security risks. But I must admit I haven't given this much thought I'll be darned is what he said. I think the people who would be most outraged about this are also not necessarily the majority because if you can textual is what he said at the time coming out of the closet or being exposed as gay would've been devastating thing for your career. And so that wasn't an uncommon thought at the time because the security risk wasn't just because they were gay, but because they were subject to blackmail, potentially. Right. That's what he's talking about there. But for people that go with a hit job like this. You don't care about context. Now, it's all about a narrative. There's no timeline here either. There's no timeline in this world we live in now. Right. You said it in high school and your seventy years old. We don't you being held accountable for it. It doesn't matter. Well. Sides. Then you you you have to you Joe just just extinguishes his career right now. But for the you're saying, I mean, if the left-wing outrage mob is going to have to do this. If you want consistency with this. Then he has to be responsible and held that way for something. He said nineteen seventy-two. Well, I don't know man. It all depends on who it is. And at what time cow because you know, in two thousand sixteen people weren't holding Hillary accountable for what she had said, you know, just a few years.
"senator dole" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
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"senator dole" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
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"senator dole" Discussed on KSFO-AM
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"senator dole" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
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