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"senator gordon" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Having said that I also think that there are enough members on both sides of the aisle who recognized that This endemic is a An enormous issue that we have got to solve, and people are losing their lives as well as their livelihood is in their homes, and they're scared, and they should be right now I'm in Arizona, which is the number one state for infections. And I still see people that want to go out. Wanna party want to go toe restaurants and things and you say, Are you out of your mind? It's just For this period of time. We've all got to work together, but you're going to see Joe Biden said He wants to have that 1st 100 days. Wear a mask. You're going to see a lot of those Trump supporters who will not do that. They just won't do it. They're still fighting. The Trump war and they will continue to do it, so that's going to make it a little more. That's going to make it more difficult for those members on the hill. But I still think there enough who was shaken by what happened on the six who are recognized that this is a problem. We've got to get on top of if we're going to get the economy growing again, and that's the major issue we have to face. Secretary Hagel. You and Joe Biden left the Senate at the same time 12 years ago when it was governor, Whitman noted of much more collegial institution. Joe Biden praised Mitch McConnell speech after the riot. Do you think Joe Biden Mitch McConnell can revive some of that collegiality and cut some big deals? First of all, I think if there was ever the right kind of leader at the right time for this country, it's Joe Biden. I know this guy very well. I have been all over the world with him, then it all kinds of situations with him. Worked closely with him for 20 years, and I know what he's about. He's like all of us. He's human. He makes mistakes. We all make mistakes, but he he has a core decency to him. That is the beginning of everything if his priorities will be right. He's been around a long time. His judgment is good. His experience is good, and he has appealed to the other party has reaching across the aisle as governor, Whitman noted. When I was in the Senate, That's why you did it. I mean, you worked with other guys and other people. You respected him. You fought like hell for what you thought was right. And your philosophy But in the end you came together. You made it work. You move the country forward. You compromise. I know that's a terrible word. Today compromise. But that's the way it democracies work, and there's only one alternative to that. And that is anarchy and authoritarianism. And you don't want that. I hope I hope there's enough people in this country who don't want that option. But his relationship with McConnell is a good one. I've seen it close up for 12 years longer than that, Um, they got along the Senate. They worked together in the Senate. They both respect the institution. They both have their own approach and philosophy about things, but that's an important quality. I think very important quality that Biden brings to this job. His style is to reach across the aisle. His style is to bring in the other side. Devia quick. A story about Joe Biden wins the first meeting of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. In, uh, in January of 1997. I was elected 1996. There were two freshmen Republicans that came on the committee myself and Senator Gordon Smith from Oregon. And we were seated over on the Republican side of the diet. Jesse Helms was chairman. Biden was the ranking Democrat before the meeting started, and all the senators were there. Democrats Republicans And Joe Biden got up and walked around Jesse Helms and came over to the Republican side put his arms on Smith and arm on me and he said Welcome to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. We'll have a lot of fun. We're going to do a lot of work. We I know we're gonna have some disagreements. But I just can't tell you how glad we are to have both of you here, and there's anything I can do to help you guys and that's Joe Biden. And that isn't gonna fix everything. Of course not. But he's got. He's got an agenda of immense challenges and problems. But if you start with that, and as governor, Whitman said earlier, there are enough Republicans in the Senate. Who will respond to that. Let's move the country forward. Let's fix the problems. We start with Colvin and everything that's associate ID and the consequences that Cove it's had on our economy on issues like climate, So I'm optimistic with with all problems we've got. I'm still optimist. But in those days with all due respect Politicians weren't worried about getting harassed, walking to their airplanes or worried about angry mobs threatening their family. There is a culture of fear right now, Governor Whitman, You're getting a lot of heat on Twitter. People are afraid it's a tough right. No, no, they are and that unimaginable in this country that people who are just trying to do their jobs throughout this election process now have to have security. Because they were they did their jobs and they did them. Honestly, it's it's mind boggling. It's an enormously troubling but I still believe that there is enough of love and respect for our Constitution and the rule of law. That we will be able to bring ourselves back from the brink. But it is not going to be easy. And as I said, before, these fervent supporters of President Trump are not going to go away easily. You know what? The worst thing to me that he has done with his rhetoric. Is he has made it acceptable to act out things and his secretary, Hagel said. We've always had racism in this country. But you never talked about you didn't bring it out in the open. You didn't call out people. Yeah, you know, to their face because of who they were, where they came from. This President's made that okay. It's all right to be racist and to be publicly racist about and be proud of it. I mean, we're even worse people out of it. It's ah. It is a different time, but I Maintain us. Probably not quite as hoped. As optimistic as Secretary Hagel is, but I keep my fingers crossed because we have to, and we all have a role of play here. It's just too important. This country is too important and the rest of the world. I mean, I think that Vladimir Putin Kim Jungle and they've been They've had a ball watching this. They think this is terrific, and they've used it to their political advantage. And Secretary Hagel constricted this far better than I, but we have moved away from using our soft power. This president doesn't believe in soft power. He believes in the stick, Mullah bludgeoned and walked away from our allies. So we have Ah lot of rebuilding to do. In the world and I agree with the secretary at Joe Biden is the man of the hour. He's the right person for the right time. His whole demeanor. His love of his country is respect for the Constitution. He will set a tone that is gonna be so vastly different. It can't help but have an impact and they can't help but to allay some of the fears and hopefully stepped down some of these more aggressive people who keep threatening our Men and women who has saved just doing their jobs, just doing what they're supposed to do or what they were elected to do, and they shouldn't feel fear for their livelihood is in their lives and for their families. Which is what's happening right now. My guest today or Chuck Hagel, former Republican senator from Nebraska and secretary of defense under President Obama and Christine Todd Whitman, former governor of New Jersey. Let the U. S EPA under the second President Bush. They're both board members of the American Security Project, a centrist group of senior government officials, military officers and business executives. Later in the program we'll hear from former White House chief of staff John Podesta, governor within you, tweeted that people will die because of an EPA rule that limits the use of scientific studies and crafting public health rules..
"senator gordon" Discussed on Quick News Daily Podcast
"Shift our focus to the other big story, the postal service I mentioned that Nancy Pelosi, the house put pressure on McConnell and Republicans, and it did so bypassing and bill on Saturday that allocates twenty five billion dollars to the postal service. It also bans changes that joy has made like taking out sorting machines in removing drop boxes, and that sort of thing in addition to Democrats twenty four Republicans joined in in supporting the bill to shoot down this claim that there aren't really delays. This is just a conspiracy. The House. Oversight Committee released an internal power point from the postal service showing that there have been delays in drops and service for everything First Class Mail, Priority Mail marketing periodicals, you name it performances down Republicans are trying to act like they're righteous saying, why can't we just pass this in the neck stimulus package as if they're really concerned about families now after trying to go back and say, we can't be spending that much money. We're the fiscally responsible ones. It's a joke it's a fraud and this not worth my time to pretend like. They mean any of that they're just mad because Nancy outfox them because this bill is only about the postal service. So there's no denying what they're voting for or against if it was a stimulus package, they could vote no and claim it was because there was too much spending or whatever they whatever excuse to come up with. But Pelosi knows that this holds their feet to the fire and they either vote against people getting their mail on time including anyone who needs a life saving medication or social security checks or whatever. It may be everything's late. You have to pay your rent through the mail. Republican vote to change that and get the Mail on time or they can say all those delays are acceptable as for joys testimony today in Friday I said I would follow up on that. He seems to be an actor playing a part. He's out here saying that everything is fine. I'm actually making the post office more efficient Yada Yada Yada, it's all false and realistically he should probably be guilty of perjury. It's essentially like that seen in naked gun? Talk. Everything's exploding Inisia-. Saying nothing to see here. Everything's fine. Please disperse. That's essentially what to Joe is trying to do. Democratic nominee. Joe Biden just keeps racking up endorsements from former Republicans today more than two dozen former Republican members of Congress endorsed Biden notably on the first day of the RNC Republican National Convention, the name that's most familiar to liberals like me is senator. Jeff Flake. He was the senator from Arizona, Senator Gordon Humphrey of New Hampshire and John Warner of Virginia round out the list of senators, and then the rest are all congressman from everywhere from Texas to Hawaii. So by. Building, strong huge coalition. And you might say, well, how does this affect me if your views are closer to mind were not the intended audience for this intended audience is upper middle class upper class folks who usually vote Republican but are more moderate and turned off by trump. That's what they're trying to reach here. This gives those people permission to vote for Joe. Biden again. Can you imagine being a Republican and crossing over to vote for a Democrat? Not really likely. So on the first day of the convention, good.
"senator gordon" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"You going to shut down this week? I don't know. The All Arizona Daily, download. Jeff who? That's a guy named Flake. And guess what he's doing, because I am gravely concerned about the conduct and behavior of our customs. But I stand here today. Our hard who endorsed Joe Biden as the next president of the United States of America. Americans. Best days are ahead. Go, Joe, you say Go, Joe. He just sounds weak. He has always been weak. He's not one of my favorites never has voted with Trump most of the time because Trump actions Signalled something that was very conservative. His attitude signalled, basically, for everything else out there. That's not trump I know and a willingness to fight anything. Anybody anywhere anytime. So Flake delivered these remarks. Earlier this morning. Uh and he did it on purpose. Today's the first day of the Republican National Convention. So you know this was planned. He is a Republican. He decided to come out against Trump. It again. How? Let me just say this. It's so easy for Jeff Flake to come out against Trump today. Not in office. Now we're in office and you did it, then it would really men. So you look at somebody like Mitt Romney, and I don't think Romney will indoors. Biden, but he's not going to endorse. He's gonna He's gonna abstain if you will. Well, I mean, he could endorse he could endorse Joe Biden. That would be one guy that I think could do it. But when you're Jeff Flake, and you quit, by the way, because your poll numbers stunk, and you didn't think you could win, and I guess, a Trump America And you took your ball and you went home. What you could have done was trying get re elected and then stand against Donald Trump. That would have been the tough thing to do. The re elected Probably not there. Therein lies it. I'd rather quit while I'm ahead then then get smashed. And I don't think he was ever cut out for the job just wasn't his gig. He's not that guy. I see Ah, a lot of people in Congress who are looking at the list of former like Jim Kolbe against Arizona Congress. He's he's been there for all former He's been out for a while. I'm seeing a couple of senators Senator Gordon Humphrey. I don't know who that is all former Senator John Warren again all former right, So Jeff Flake leads the list of people that all former people are going for Joe Biden publicly. The all Arizona Daily download number one steal a doll. Get a payout. Yeah, payout indeed. Normally to drop her off. Baby sitting And the next, you know Officers hopping out the car window teller shooters in the face. I wouldn't put a cap in your head, so that's drive on Ames. You guys remember him and Aisha Harper. Last year that we're like a dollar store, and they had Taken a doll from the dollars one of the Children does. There was some other footage is well that went along there, they cops pulled him over in a parking lot. There's a lot of screaming people face down on the ground. It was it was chaos and craziness lot of foul language. And they got paid up. Almost 501 of the cops was fired by the Phoenix police. Uh, Jerry Williams, chief. I'm a month or so after the incident a few months after the incident, So here's the thing. No. Um I mean, I think you can point to this situation is there's a lot of people. That were in the situation doing something wrong. You had the parents and the kids. Something was stolen. They didn't pull the car over right away. I think that put the officers on guard. Why aren't they pulling? Why aren't they are pulling over? And then you had the bad language with the cops in front of the Children. I'm not really for that, either, but they get $500,000. That's thing's ever happened. I'm going to say it right there. You get 500. You get about 300 because in taxes, your attorney's taken some, but but weren't they Weren't they supposed to think they want like 10 million or something like that? They want 10 cats. Yet. They're not innocent in this whole thing, you know? I mean, there are the victims. You could say they're also victims, but they're still not innocent and it and it doesn't come from just a stolen doll. You watch the footage of the dollar story was a little girl walking out with a doll. I can totally I get it. Every raised on that. I've taken stuff back, right? You do it. Right. Why don't you pull over? Lisa behind you. Why don't you pull over if they tell you get out of the car. What are you reaching for? They tell the mom to get out of the car. She says. No, I've got my two kids here mean you gotta listen. The police, too, So I see. You know, in this situation, you could see that the officers did some things wrong. But these parents also did some things wrong, too. But at the end of the day, they got half a million dollars a million dollars half a million dollars a ton of money that is a ton of money wouldn't want Right here daily Della Brod. Parker and sons, plumbing and electrical Two time winner of the better Business Bureaus Ethics award..
27 Republican former members of Congress say they'll back Biden over Trump
"Democratic nominee Joe Biden just keeps racking up the endorsements from former Republicans today more than two dozen former Republican members of Congress endorsed Biden notably on the first day of the Orange See Republican national convention the name that's most familiar to liberals like me is. Senator. Jeff. Flake he was the senator from Arizona Senator Gordon Humphrey of new, Hampshire and John Warner of Virginia round out the list of senders in the rest are all congressman from everywhere from Texas to Hawaii. So by an Israeli building strong huge coalition. And you might say, well, how does this affect me if your views are closer to mine we're not the intended audience for this intended audience is upper middle class upper class folks who usually vote Republican but modern it and. Turned off by trump. That's who they're trying to reach here. This gives those people permission to vote for Joe. Biden. Again, can you imagine being Republican crossing over to vote for a Democrat? Not really likely. So on the first day of the convention good news
"senator gordon" Discussed on KOMO
"Sanders and your top local stories from the camo 24 7 News Center. The recent plateaus in Washington's Corona virus measures appear to be changing to declines. Was Ryan Harris, with the latest from state health officials. Those numbers starting to trend downward include new cases, the percentage of positive tests and hospitalizations. State health officer Dr Kathy Low Piece says that's a sign virus activity is starting to decrease in our state. On the question of models suggesting recent protests contributed to the spike in King County. Lo Fi, says case investigators didn't hear from many people who reported having gone to protest. Now they're clearly were some people you know who had gone and it's hard. You know, you know how many people may have gone and they never got diagnosed and then spread it to other people. It also relies on people who have openly expressed that this trust in government answering contact tracers questions honestly, State health leaders say they believe masking and distancing are making a dent in the numbers. Ryan Harris Camo news Local a ride share drivers their proposal to guarantee them a minimum wage would actually cost them work Plan from Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan calls for a minimum pay of 16 39 hour when their log onto the apse plus reimbursement for reasonable expenses. Our time. Drivers like Terry Broyles say the plan is slanted toward full time drivers who, he says will be able to get an APB on the F any time. Our time drivers in the New York City system have to sign up for slots or if they just want to see Let me see if I could go on for a few hours. They find that they can access the APP because they don't want to many drivers. First is the number writers uber and lifts A nearly identical law in New York City caused a ride. Prices to increase. Jefferson County Sheriff's Office is investigating. A person of interest after a small plane was stolen, then reportedly crashed. Come was so Romero has the story. Detective Sergeant Brett England says it started Tuesday night when a person at the county airport reported that a man was trying to rent a plane on a subject was unable to produce a pilot's license or insurance. And the reporting party stated that he was Not acting right. Sometime later, the person at the airport reported that a plane was stolen. Then later that night, a witness reported seeing a plane go down in the trees near LA push. England says it wasn't until Wednesday morning that the plane was found in rugged terrain and the pilot in critical condition is merely a person of interest. Until we can determine that it is the same plane of the fact that he's unconscious at this point. We have not been able to question him. He says. They're still trying to reach the plane to verify the tail number. See Romero come. A new milestone has reached for light rail on the East Side. King County Council member Claudia Val do cheese on the board for Sound Transit. We are Celebrating the completion of the downtown Bellevue Tunnel, which will be a really key length for the light rail project that's coming from Seattle through downtown Bellevue and on out Tio out over like in Redmond. East Link. Light rail scheduled to begin service in 2003 in order to get a teaching license. In Washington, student teachers must first pass a test called the Ed T. P a. But the assessment includes having the student teacher make a presentation to a classroom of students, something that can't happen if schools are closed. So student teachers like Zarina AG Leon tell the news Tribune. They think the governor should issue a waiver for this test. The Washington State Supreme Court about a month ago waved the bar exam and for us that today is the same equivalent. It's the last hurdle. Everything else has been completed. Governor's office says It's looking into ways to accomplish this. Long time Washington Senator Slade Gorton has died. Almost Charlie Harder has a look back starting in the state Legislature, then as attorney general, then onto three terms as US Senator Gordon was a giant in Washington politics. The Republican took on Democratic Senator Warren Magnuson in his first Senate win loss six years later, but would then come back to win two more terms, losing to Senator Maria Cantwell back in 2000 in what was then the closest statewide election in history. He would later serve on the 9 11 Commission and state active in politics, telling Co Moh back in 2016. That he was voting for a third party candidate for the first time in my life, but it's been a pretty long life. I'm going to go for an easier of right in the name, Gordon would often say one of his proudest accomplishments was helping to save the Seattle Mariners, a team that very nearly left town in 1991. Slade Gorton was 92 Charlie Harder. Camo news news time 9 10 from the Polos Sports desk. They played in L. A. The last two nights this evening, the Mariners host the Dodgers in Seattle right now, bottom of the seventh. Mariners lead 6 to 3 Corona virus means no home field advantage for Seattle's teams Details from comas Bill Schwartz. If you're a Seattle sports fan, you had big games circled as must be there. Certainly this series with the Dodgers is one of them. Instead, we get to see the faces on cardboard cut outs in the stands. 13 months ago, Daniel Vogel back was a major league All Star. Today. He's looking for another ball club after the Mariners designated they're burly D H for assignment, Seattle manager Scott Service explains. The move doesn't bring a whole lot other than you know the bat and the bats when that's your big carrying tool, you know you have to hit and it says to do Good league and Where we're at right now is going to give. You know some of those at bats and opportunities to some other players. The EMS called up from their alternate site. Outfielders Braid in Bishop and Sam Haggerty. Seahawks fans were certainly fired up for Sunday night Football games against New England and Minnesota. Sorry. No twelves allowed After consulting with the Washington State Health Department. See Hearts decide to play an empty Centurylink stadium the first three home games. They will continue to monitor the virus and make a call on future games as we get closer sports updates a 10 and 40 after the hour Bill Swartz Comeau News This summer. The.
"senator gordon" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Our time story is 74 year old Lake Oswego woman was brutally beaten in her garage by another woman. She didn't know the attack happened July 30th. Joe Donner Berg is the woman's son. I will never understand how someone could do this to a 74 year old lady. Or any human being, for that matter. The house located on South Shore near Canyon Road, the suspects described as a white woman between 25 35 years old, with a tan, slender build churches around five feet six inches tall, weighed £130 had long brown naturally curly hair place for asking nearby residents to check security camera video and report anything suspicious to Lake Oswego. Police. Oregon has five new death from Cove in 19 and 299 new cases. The newest weekly report shows the percentage of positive test has increased to 6.4% and the number of deaths increased over a two week period from 27 to 39. There won't be any full high school sports in Oregon this year. The Oregon School Activities Association has move fall sports to the Spring USA Executive director Peter Weber says the athletes will get the regular preseason practice time in order to get in shape. Most of our Sports. We have a two week practice prior to any competitions and football. We have that in three weeks, the seasons have been reduced to seven weeks. Swimming, wrestling and basketball will be played in January and February. Football Cross country volleyball in soccer will be played in March in April. The rest of the sports will be played in April and May. Former Oregon U. S. Senator Gordon Smith suffered a stroke Tuesday night. Smith is now president of the National Association of Broadcasters, and they released a statement saying Smith is responding well to treatment is expected.
"senator gordon" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Loyola lane a woman was hit crossing the road she also died at the scene it has been a bit of a rocky start to twenty twenty for Austin officials well the goal of zero traffic deaths by the year two thousand twenty five better because we're newsradio kill the janitor John Cornyn says he is open to the possibility of having witnesses involved in the impeachment trial of president trump but only after the initial phase of the trial we will not shut the door on the possibility for additional witnesses but rather defer that until after the president and the teacher managers are presented their case senator Gordon says he would be open to calling former trump national security adviser John Bolton as one of those witnesses seven oh four K. LBJ here's Austin's on time traffic with Melinda branch thirty five south on a one eighty three crews working to clear rack in traffic is solid all the way back to Parmer also dealing with the reported collision as you make your way westbound on east seventy one it's right before you get to one eighty three and that's got traffic backed up to at them nine seventy three your next reports at seven fifteen I Melinda Brandt thousands on time traffic breezy and warm today with a passing shower then intervals of clouds and sunshine this afternoon we'll have a high today of seventy seven from the weather center I'm Brian may sixty one degrees get Austin news on demand it newsradio kale B. J. dot com I definitely am interested in local news stay up to date on the latest stories when formed through it all tell us what we need live now Boston's most iconic two of the rand will never be allowed to have a nuclear weapon that's how the president began a press conference yesterday afternoon talking about the Ronnie and you know attack on salami the terrorists.
"senator gordon" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Beltway yesterday. United States, the United States Secretary of state. Michael Penn peyot went up to the hill, and testified about China and telling you that there are riots in the streets of China as we speak protesters being met with tear gas rubber bullets. It could escalate had a million people in the streets there. It's reminiscent of past Chinese demonstrations in Hong Kong, which is posted exist, two systems one country. And I've been on Kong, it really doesn't feel like a communist country. It is. Of course. Overwhelming, but it doesn't feel like a Chinese country. Meanwhile, one of the major problems, not just why way back to China is killing tens of thousands of American be there. Production and shipment of federal secretary pump peyot testified to this yesterday. Cut number twenty two. Great. Thank you. Thank you, Senator. Gordon. Thank you, Senator Feinstein. Thanks for the opportunity to be here. I'm really happy to be this is an important issue. When you think of the State Department is not the first thing that comes to top of mind often, but know that inside the organization, it is something that is true priority for us. That's why I was so happy to be invited here today. I'm I'll be very brief because I want to have a good conversation today. But you should know that like many of you this is personal for me. Many people who've been impacted by this set of issues, just just last month. There were seven Kansas died in a ten hour period. From a single overdose of cocaine laced with fentanyl, all this is serious matter. We talk about these big numbers, but we all know human lives that have been touched at families that have been ripped apart by this the State Department. Has a role here. Many US government agencies do most of the opioid sold. The United States are manufacturing traffic into this country from abroad. That's where our talents and skills, and the team comes to bear. We have a clear role here. I want to talk for just a minute about what we're doing in a couple of areas and I know we'll dig into them each a little bit further. I, we've really focused on China because of the increase in Fenton since last in the last two and a half years in this administration. Online often and delivered directly users and dealers through the mail often ship through Mexico as well. Not only State Department, the Justice department and our interests over and working closely with China. I've had numerous conversations with them on may first China, fulfill its pledge to President Trump to control all and all like substances, which potentially number in the thousands of different substances and develop an enforcement plan for each of them. We need to work closely with them. To follow up on these encouraging signs. There should be new criminal penalties. I'm convinced that they will do that. And I'm convinced that this will shut down labs inside of China. We'll save lives here. He is. But he continued on cut number twenty three. In Latin America, the problems a little bit different in nature, Mexico remains production for methamphetamines heroin, and the transit country for cocaine Fennell and other drugs. Recently as last week as part of our conversations about migration, we touched deeply on how it is. We can work more closely together, the joint declaration, we send was mostly focused on my Gration, but a good deal. The conversation was to your point Senator Cornyn about the traffickers desire to move. Whatever product will bring a market price that causes them to have an incentive to continue to the things that disrupt so many lives here in the United States, we will, we'll try and take down these criminal enterprises between all of the elements of the United States government, we've donated quipped to the Mexican law enforcement security forces. We've trained their officers to radically poppy and interdict drugs. We've provided them sniffing dogs and yet, as you can see from the data today many challenges remain. Just a couple of words about the rest of the hemisphere, I've met with president Dookie, multiple occasions, both occasions. He continued to pledge his strong support to stop drug trafficking and to reduce the coca feels a lot of work left to do. We we're working to get the direction the, the magnitude of that problem to turn the corner to begin to decrease production inside of Columbia. We've, we've Craig drubel the number of civilian radicals alongside of them while the payoff has not yet demonstrated effect. We like it as fair to say that over six Columbia has destroyed over sixty percent. More coca in the first four months of this year than they did. In those same four months of last year. There's a host of other countries, but I got onto long..
"senator gordon" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"One of two downtown Cincinnati has three offensive rebounds rebounds, a deadlock at five five but early on trae, Scott, Green rebounds, really secure in it. Now, they have to finish download and figure out a way to crack this defense because they're gonna come out with some pride today. The foul before the timeout was called on Jimmy wits and SMU could not afford to have him get into foul trouble. He's played all forty minutes and four games this season, including the first matchup between these two teams. He's the guy guarding. Couple with a long arms so far. Jaren is oh for his first three. Well, he's gonna be. He's gonna win is going to have to stick with Cumberland because they have no one else, but he's got to be judicious and uses link and not try to crowd Cumberland, but get in front of them and get those hands out it poke away because if he's not guard Cumberland, then there's nobody else that poses a threat to stop coming from scoring. The only starters on the floor for Cincinnati, Cumberland and Brooks, the other three players right now are Fredericks more and Brome SMU up by a point has Cumberland inbounds into the corner for Brooks throws it to the point and came broom. Couple of righty dribbles looking around throws. It back to Cumberland. Now, bounces it to the free throw line. And broom back to Cumberland top of the circle to the right point in Cambridge left side. Trevor more fakes a three point shot dribbles watch passes to couple in two seconds to shoot Fredericks. Turns fires too strong rebounded by Isaiah Mike. By dribbling into the front court. Guarded by Cumberland at the right point tried to find an open teammate passes for Jimmy wit. Fredericks on him wet wearing a white headband. Passes foul line extended right to shag wa now, it's is AM Mike backing up outside the three point line for Ron hut. Driving along the lane line his shot blocked by this year. Brooks at should've adult officials missed it. That was a shot that hit the backboard, I then was blocked by Brooks. Here's Fredericks in the corner back to the left point and Trevor born now Cain broom near the top of the circle more with a dribble got away with a travel. Throws it back towards Senator Gordon. Cain broom. Shot clock at ten the Bearcats trailing four three. Here's Brooks with a baseline jump shot. No good. Got a whistle. And a foul on SMU. Look like shack wa just threw down Frederick's. Trevor Moore is just so. He's so timid he's passed up three or four shots. They keep coming back to them that reversing the ball throwing the ball wherever he is. He's pump-faking when guys are four feet away from him. And then he's passing the ball. Jennifer back in for Kane broom alien also semi will come into the game for the first time and place of the Sierra Brooks, I seven to the game for SMU is NAT Dixon. The former college football player at Boston College cats had the ball. They've only made one basket in the first five and a half minutes. But they only trail by a point. Here's a three point shot from Trevor Moore you called it partner. He buries it from the left corner. Well, there are two to three zone now because they don't want to get in foul trouble because they don't have body. So you have to find the pockets and make him he made three threes in the first game against SMU. They took advantage of his shooting ability against the SMU's L. So Cincinnati leads at six four. Here's shag watt. The right elbow outside the Arctic Dixon shovels backward. For McMurray McMurray. Trying to drive on common. Follow a jump shot is good from about seven. Nineteen fast. Just put stuff I'm a fan of his. He's just a potent score. Six six the score Cincinnati's ball. We played about six minutes. Cumberland driving with the left hand into the lane knocks over Dixon and gets called for an offensive foul. He's in a funk right there. He took two dribbles should have been a step back right there because you had him on his heels setback with a gave.
"senator gordon" Discussed on KTOK
"Com. Facebook Twitter, Instagram, Email, the live video feed is also the place where do you know what the weekend with joepags web? Have you hear it's not often that those who are politically on the other side of the aisle from where I tend to be we'll come on the program. In fact, they regularly turned down the opportunity because they're gonna lose ideal with truth fact, logic and reason and many times those on the left in this country. Don't do that. Well, here's a guy Gordon Humphrey. He's a former US Senator great state of New Hampshire. He was a Republican what he was a Senator there who's people contacted me because he wants to impeach the president. And I figured let's do that. Conversation. Gordon? Appreciate you. How are you? I'm doing. Well, Joe, how are you? I'm doing very well. And I know that you caught a part of my show yesterday. And I talked about this out loud because I was surprised to get the pitch. Couple of things you probably heard me say this guy needs to know, your name is Humphrey and not Humphries heat. He wrote it two different ways in the Email, which was odd. But. It's just one singular. Exactly, right. I I would guess that. If there were more Humphries, we could say Humphries and add the IAS. All right. So my wife my wife says one's enough. We'll find out by the end of the ten minutes if I agree with her or not. All right. So you're you're a Senator from New Hampshire look start. Here. You ran as a Republican. You were a Republican. Are you still a Republican? No, I registered as an independent the day after your man wanting election in November of two thousand sixteen did you vote for Hillary Clinton? I did. Yeah. Reluctantly. Well, let me ask you this as a Republican. I know what that means. I'm not a Republican. I'm a conservative. So that's that's different. The Republican party. Exactly. I mean, it's a value system versus a party system. And I'm not a party guy values guy. So having said that how could you possibly even holding your nose vote for Hillary Clinton who we know wanted to open borders, and this global sort of outlook, and that would kind of circumvent the constitution that you went and swore on while vote for her. I want to add one more thing to my bio, so your your listeners really get who. I am. Sure. Two terms in the US Senate. And when I first ran pledged that would not serve more than two because I think it's a mistake for members of congress to make a career serving. I think the ill serve the nation and their sell themselves and their families when they stay to arm, which is the case in most cases anyway. Went home after twelve years went to back to New Hampshire. I didn't become a lobbyist in Washington. I didn't hang out at went home earn an honest living and live happily ever after. So in two thousand sixteen I was so upset about this, man. Donald Trump that I volunteered full-time for several months for the campaign of John casick. And and to be wells. You may recall did not I do remember that he didn't even go to the convention in his own state, which either silly. But go ahead. Well, I was a delegate out there. And I've got you Trump nomination, but work out too, well either. So anyway, I think Donald Trump is is seriously flawed. Then I don't think there's much question about that. But but his since since the election, I think his conduct has has. Caused a great deal of were justified worrying concerned about whether he is true to the oath of office to faithfully faithfully descends. Right and protect the constitution. I don't to go there. And we're going to go through this interview. But but I ask you the question that I asked was very simple. Why would you ever vote for Hillary Clinton? I couldn't on my worst day vote for Hillary Clinton. I I would write my mother's name in before. I would vote for her knowing what it is that she wants this country to look like, well, I held both nostrils. Flinched my teeth. Did what I thought was. Right. Just as you did what you thought was right, right? And I feel honestly comfortable with that. After two years of the trials of the national trials of Donald Trump in the White House. I think he's violated the oath of office, and it's time for hearings judiciary committee, not the intelligence committee. But the committee charged under house rules to determine whether evidence against the president is sufficiently strong to warrant articles of impeachment. And that's what I'm suggesting that they should have here. And the you wrote an op Ed that I read and it was very well written. I think it's almost ninety percent wrong. But we can break that down. Having its former Senator Gordon Humphrey. He's from New Hampshire. I love the term limits thing. Ted Cruz is pushing for an actual Bill that would become a law that would actually make for term limits for senators and for representatives. That's the smart thing you and I are aligned on that again. I really I'm having a hard time getting past how a Republican generally speaking, I can speak for myself, a conservative wants smaller government, lower taxes, more jobs, more freedom more. Liberty government the heck out of our business. That's what Donald Trump has done. You might dislike the guy, but that's what he's done as compared to what we know. Hillary Clinton would have done larger government, higher taxes, more control more regulation. So just on a political forget that you don't like the guy. And maybe you think there are some things that he's done that's impeachable. Take those away which you might have a hard time doing has hasn't. He done what you would have done as president. He's done. What I would've done. Look getting good judges on this prim courts, terribly terribly important the extent of abiding president who. Repeatedly violates the constitution and the oath of office. And can we get onto those matters? I think we should because I I think Gordon wouldn't finding out as you're not going to answer very logical simple questions at him asking. And I love you like a brother, but you don't wanna go there. You don't want to talk about Republican versus democrat, which I think is a good starting place. I could never have voted for Hillary Clinton knowing how she doesn't align with how you feel how I feel. I'm surprised that you did having. Go ahead, Greg in brief Joe, I voted for the rule of law and for the constitution. I felt that Donald Trump would not be respectful towards the rule of law and the constitution which after all. Are we have the tween us and the worst kinds of government? And you thought Hillary Clinton would be knowing about the Email scandal in the server. About the videotape and and Benghazi. I mean, she was a horrible candidate. That's why she lost a very poor choice hope parties do better this time. That will I could I could agree that the Democrats need to do better. I think that we've got a pretty good guy on the Republican side we can debate that next time. What is the the first thing that you would do if you were on that committee in the house of representatives to bring articles of impeachment against this president? Remember, it's got to be high crimes and misdemeanors. It's gotta be it's gotta be something really really major league. And by the way, those watching and listening impeachment doesn't mean you get removed. That means that it's a hearing to see if there are charges you can make against him than the Senate would decide whether he's guilty or innocent or not guilty. The Senate, of course, in the in the current form, and fashion would never say that he's guilty. It's a Republican Senate where do you start? If you if you're on the committee. What's the first thing that he did? Well, you got it. Right. They need to hold hearings and way the I didn't say that. I said that's how it works. I don't want them to hold hearings. You do but what are the hearings? What are they gonna be based on you got the process? Well, okay. For starters has has the committee needs to weigh the evidence and decide whether the president obstructed Justice in the firing of James Comey. The director because call me wouldn't play ball in backing off on the general Flynn investigation. Right. Does the allegations say facing fashion case that is the case, but the judiciary committee has the evidence to subpoena. Witnesses and records short to the bottom of it that you, and I don't we don't have that power understand it. So the first thing is the firing of call me was that obstruction of Justice my interest. Maybe you're smart enough. To know that is of course, not the president is the is the boss of the. Gordon, Gordon stop. I only if you cut yourself have you have you cut yourself off in the in the shot, it's going to be on television too. So you can be mad at me if you want just don't lean forward that much. He scared me. All right. Have having said that let me just make the case very quickly because I know I'm right? The president is the guy who was the boss of the department of Justice, the president can fire James, call me or anybody in the FBI any day of the week that he wants to the president did not walk up and say, hey, you stop that Flint investigation or else you're fired that had he done that. Maybe you have a case he still is allowed to do. It. Don't take my word for to meet every leftist democrat lawyer, you can find is gonna agree with me. The president has the right to fire and hire in the department of Justice he controls but alleged the allegation is and Donald Trump has admitted this is that he said to me. Hey, can you see yourself clear to let this Flint thing? Go. Now, you think that's obstruction of Justice. I'll listen to go ahead. Well, I think the committee needs to use subpoena power to get to the bottom. Get find out whether that's true or not into way that. Evidence. The next thing. It is. Let's say let's say he said it how is it? Obstruction address. It's called use of power. Can you see your way clear and call me didn't drop it is still in trouble? Gordon? Control. It didn't go away. Am I going to allow the allow absolutely wondering if we're to stay on the same page here limousine? Trouble his career is over. It. Didn't go away. It didn't work. He didn't make him. Stop the investigation respond to that. Thank you. You and I are having a disagreement about whether that were allowed evidence of abuse of power. I say it does you say it doesn't. Well, the committee needs to weigh it. It's the committee's decision. Not mine are yours committee. Likewise, needs to weight of the evidence that that the president over the period of two years harassed his attorney general and ultimately fired him because sessions would not intervene and special counsel's investigation. He had he had recused himself..
"senator gordon" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Instagram, Email the live video feed? Is there? Also, the plays radio which is the weekend with joepags web. Have you hear it's not often that those who are politically on the other side of the aisle from where I tend to be we'll come on the program. In fact, they regularly turned down the opportunity because another they're gonna lose idea with truth. Fact, logic and reason and many times those on the left in this country. Don't do that. Well, here's a guy Gordon Humphrey. He's a former US Senator great state of New Hampshire. He was a Republican. What he was a Senator there who's people contacted because he wants to impeach the president. And I figured let's do that conversation. Gordon? Appreciate you. How are you? I'm doing well, Joe, how are you? I'm doing very well. And I know that you caught a part of show yesterday. And I talked about this out loud because -prised to get the pitch. Couple of things you probably heard me say this your guy needs to know. Your name is Humphrey Humphreys. He wrote it two different ways in the Email, which was odd. But. It's just one singular. Exactly, right. I guess that. If there were more Humphries, we could say Humphries and add the ES. All right. So my wife says enough. Well, we'll find out by the end of the ten minutes if I agree with her or not. All right. So you're you're a Senator from New Hampshire start here. You ran as a Republican. You were a Republican. Are you still a Republican? No, I registered as an independent the day after your man wanting election in November of two thousand sixteen did you've offering Clinton. I did reluctantly let me ask you this as a Republican. I know what that means. I'm not a Republican. I'm a conservative. So that's different. The Republican party, exactly. And it's a value system versus a party system. And I'm gonna a party guy values guy. So having said that how could you possibly even holding your nose vote for Hillary Clinton who we know wanted open borders, and this global sort of outlook, and that would kind of circumvent the constitution that you went and swore on why did you vote for her? And I want to add one more thing to my bio. So you're sure listeners really yet. I am sure. Two terms in the US Senate when I first ran it pledge that would not serve more than two because I think it's a mistake for members of congress to make a career of serving we I think the ill serve the nation and their sell themselves and their families when they stay too long, which is the case in most cases went home after twelve years went to back to New Hampshire. I didn't become lobbyists in Washington. I didn't hang out and went home earn an honest living and live happily ever after. So in two thousand sixteen I was so upset about this, man. Donald Trump that. Volunteered. Full-time for several months for the campaign of John casick. And that didn't end to terribly wells. You may recall did not I I do remember that he didn't even go to the convention in his own state, which is silly. But go ahead. Well, you know, I was a delegate out there, and I Trump nomination, but didn't work out too. Well, either side anyway, I think Donald Trump is is seriously flawed, man. I don't think there's much question about that. But since since the election, I think his conduct has has. Caused a great deal of worry justified worrying concerned about whether he is true to the oath of office to face will faithfully descends. Preserve and protect the constitution. I want to go there. And we're going to go there. You bet. But I ask you the question that I asked with very simple, why would you ever vote for Hillary Clinton? I couldn't on my worst day vote for Hillary Clinton. I I would write my mother's name in before. I would vote for her knowing what it is that she wants this country to look like, well, I held both nostrils. Clenched teeth. Did what I thought was. Right. Just as you did what you thought was right, right? And I feel honestly comfortable with that. After two years of the trials. The national trials of Donald Trump in the White House. I think he's violated the oath of office, and it's time for hearings judiciary committee, not the intelligence to that. But the committee charged under house rules to determine whether evidence against the president is sufficiently strong to warrant articles of impeachment. And that's what jesting that they should have here and the running up that I read and it was very well written. I think it's almost ninety percent wrong. But we can break that down. And having a Senator Gordon Humphrey. He's from New Hampshire. I love the term limits thing. Ted Cruz is pushing for an actual Bill that would become a law that would actually make for term limits for senators and for representatives. That's a smart thing you and I are aligned on that again. I really I'm having a hard time getting past how a Republican generally speaking, I can speak for myself, a conservative want smaller government, lower taxes, more jobs, more freedom more. Liberty government the heck out of our business. That's what Donald Trump has done. You might dislike the guy, but that's what he's done as compared to what we know. Hillary Clinton would have done larger government, higher taxes, more control more regulation. So just on a political forget that you don't like the guy. And maybe you think there are some things that he's done that's impeachable. Take those away which you might have a hard time doing has hasn't. He done what you would have done as president. He's done. What I would have done getting good judges on this court, it's terribly terribly important to the extent of abiding a president who repeatedly violates the constitution and the oath of. Can we get onto those matters? I think I think we should because I think Gordon what I'm finding out as you're not going to answer very logical simple questions that I'm asking. And I love you like a brother, but you don't wanna go there. You don't wanna talk about Republican versus democrat, which I think is a good starting place. I could never have voted for Hillary Clinton knowing how she doesn't align with how you feel how I feel. I'm surprised that you did having. In Joe, I voted for the rule of law and for the constitution. I felt that Donald Trump would not be respectful towards the rule of law and the constitution, which after all are all we have the tweet us and the worst kinds of government. And you thought Hillary Clinton would be knowing about the Email scandal in the server, they only lies about the videotape and and Benghazi. I mean, she was a horrible candidate. That's why she lost a very poor choice joke or these do better this time. I could I could agree that the Democrats need to do better. I think that we've got a pretty good guy on the Republican side. We can debate that next time. What is the the first thing that you would do if you were on that committee in the house of representatives to bring articles of impeachment against this president? Remember, it's got to be high crimes and misdemeanors. It's gotta be it's gotta be something really really major league. And by the way, those watching and listening impeachment doesn't mean you get removed. That means that it's a hearing to see if there are charges you can make against him than the Senate. We decide whether he's guilty or innocent or not guilty. The Senate, of course, in the in the current form, and fashion would never say that he's guilty. It's a Republican Senate. Where do you start? If you if you're on the committee. What's the first thing that he did? Well, you got it. Right. They need to hold hearings and way the I didn't say that. I said that's how it works. I don't want them to hold hearings. You do but what are the hearings? What are they going to be based on you got the process? Well, okay. For starters has has the committee needs to weigh the evidence to decide whether the president obstructed Justice in the firing of James Comey FBI director because call me wouldn't play ball and backing off on the general Flynn investigation. Right. Does the allegations? There's apprentice say facing that she case that is the case. But the judiciary committee has the evidence to subpoena. Witnesses and records short to the bottom of it that you, and I don't we don't have that power. I understand. So the first thing is the firing of call me was that obstruction of Justice. You're smart enough. To know that is of course, not the president is the is the boss of you. Gordon, Gordon stop. I love you cut yourself. Have you have you cut yourself off in the in the shot, it's going to be caught on television too? So you can be mad at me if you want just don't lean forward that much scared me. All right. Have having said that let me just make the case very quickly because I know I'm right? The president is the guy who is the boss of the department of Justice, the president can fire James me or anybody in the FBI any day of the week that he wants to the president did not walk up and say, hey, you stop that Flynn investigation or else you're fired that had he done that. Maybe you have a case he still is allowed to do. It. Don't take my word for it. I mean, every leftist democrat lawyer, you can find is gonna agree with me, the president has the right to fire and hire in the department of Justice he controls but alleged the allegation is and Donald Trump has admitted this is that he said to me. Hey, can you see yourself clear to let this Flint? Now, you think that's obstruction of Justice. I'll listen to a guy ahead. Well, I think the committee needs to use subpoena power to get to the bottom get find out whether that's true or not into way that evidence. The next day. It is let's say let's say he said it how is that of trucks and address. It's called power. He said can you see your way clear and call me didn't drop it. Well, and he's still in trouble. Gordon? Control. It didn't go away. Am I going to allow the allow absolutely I'm just wondering if we're to stay on the on the same page here? His career is over. It. Didn't go away. It didn't work. He didn't make him. Stop the investigation respond to that guy. Thank you. You and I are having a disagreement about whether that car allowed evidence of abuse of power. I say it does you say it doesn't. Well, the committee Niessen needs to weigh it. It's the committee's decision, not mine or yours committee. Likewise needs to weigh. The evidence said that the president over the period of two years harassed his attorney general and ultimately fired because sessions would not intervene and special counsel's investigation. He had recused himself. Well, that's your assumption. I mean the jury assumption he could have fired him the day. He recused themselves. He didn't he kept them on for two years. He recused himself before. Okay, ultimate ultimately, he's fired him in the evidence seems to be also hired him knowing I would assume knowing that he was going to recuse himself feeling the Senator that he had heard Joe, Gordon. I think there's a delay. There is there isn't a delay. But I think that you think you're going to speak over being you're not not want to speak over you. I wanna really have a conversation. You completely blew it on the obstruction of Justice thing. That's one win for pags. Gordon? You lost that one? They shouldn't be investigating it. Because already Flynn is facing charges his craters over they didn't drop the case. Even had the president made him drop the case against Flaine. It's still not of obstruction the president has that purview..
"senator gordon" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Yeah. Who did little fantastic Trump bashing, but our friend that works over there? Told me that she said Hello Nancy Pelosi from me, and she said Nancy was could not have been warmer and said she adores me you heard it adore doors you doors, make she needs come on the show more often. Today. Share feeling good on Margarita day at the duck might be here. Adores me, but speaker. Let's hope it's not indictment seal that would be bad sealed indictment. Yeah. When do we get to all that's the worst Christmas ever, please? Let US Open it. No. But I'm wondering if there might be indictment today, and I don't know whether that's I love the Trump and Pence are going to be out of the country. Can we just now we can build a wall now for a wall around the whole in the airspace everything keep the plane? I've made a very generous offer I think Travis. I don't mean to speak for the American Justice system. I'm just saying just go don't come back. That's your deal. He could see the plane don't ever tweet. Again, you could stay North Korea. He can make those beachfront developments. He's been talking about area with all that Russian money. He has John dean tweeted, I ask Cohen's attorney. What hills saying Lanny Davis responded while my cell was off? He said he will pull the curtain back, and we will hear true stories of Trump's complicity in crimes, his immoral bigoted and morally vacant character in specific detail, personal anecdotes. Yeah. Next week's going to be. Yeah. For mango unchained, I'm guessing. Okay. So for non Domani coming up on the big show, John vehicles sang, a former Senator Gordon Humphrey, who is our friend. Tom snyder's. Impeach movement. The GOP charged for impeachment, and of course, Friday's with Angela on national Margarita day. I don't think that's a coincidence. I think that was planned that way. Yeah. And by the way, wasn't our prediction, correct? First of all Russia. Threatened to nuke us yesterday. No comment from right from the Putin puppet. Or any other Republican he tweets about jussie smollet? Right. Yeah. And by the way, you know, they squelches this white nationalist with a Trump target hit list story. Right. That normally you would CNN MSNBC we're covering that Olot this morning, Fox News was and so since covering even Justice department didn't follow protocol where you would normally hear about this. Because obviously. But Fox News hasn't been covering it. And so therefore Trump probably doesn't even know about it. Yeah. I mean, it really is insane. The more and more you hear about this story, an vowed white nationalist with a kill list. First of all the works inside the United States government in coast guard with a hit list of everyone Trump targets personally. Right. I mean, get Nancy Pelosi Senator blooming Jew. He's even used some of the Pocahontas the stupid nicknames Trump uses and not a word, of course, from the from Trump or the White House about that. Because they know they're complicit. It's just I okay. They want to wish it into the cornfield. Can I just say.
"senator gordon" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Broadcast vantage boy here at the for Titas center, right on the baseline on the opposite side of the floor the Cincinnati bench and until moments ago. I did not realize that seated at one of the bayside a baseline seats. Immediately to our right is one of the best cover quarters in the National Football League. Former Houston cougar current Cincinnati Bengals will Jackson. In attendance today to watch his alma mater, try to extend the home court winning streak to thirty two. Forty one thirty seven Houston up by four Cincinnati will bounce in the front court with twenty eight seconds left to shoot. Williams guns it in for Jaren couple and he'll drive into the lane running shot. High off the backboard miss the ramp rebounded by Corey Davis. Look to push the pace for the Cougars. Davis. Fouts for Gaylon Robinson outside the arc thought about a shot elected. Not to take it. Houston sets up in the half court leading by four. Here's Corey Davis guarded by Kane dribble. Handoff. Gaylon Robinson senior point guard. Throws it on the wing for Corey Davis. Jared Campbell in on him. Now Allie for three around the rim. No, good rebound goes to the seer. Brooks says the outlet ahead for Kane. Bruce shoulder high dribble into the front court for the Bearcats tripled between the lex before heading off for Cumberland back to Pearl at the right point to step outside the three point line one lefty dribble. Top of the key for Brooks to Williams at the right point. Now. Brooks rolls toward the ram took a pass from Williams. Put up a shot that missed the ram and loose ball goes to use this Brooks three his shot. No good rebound gets tipped out to Corey Davis. His three point shot. No, good rebound dumped in by our money. Brooks not of action going on right there with the cast. Gotta get the ball out and continue to push that is the first basket for Armani Brooks who paid into the game averaging fourteen points Houston by six forty three to thirty seven. Now foul is called on Gaylon Robinson, his third. It was away. From the ball, holding Jaren Cumberland. Brooks goes up once again, the dunk the ball threw the ball over the real. Maybe he was contact with the ball over the rent. Agrees. He's rebounding and he's engaged. He's such a big body. He causes you to foul him or he'll file, but he's been out of foul. Robinson taken out after picking up his third foul. Dejean Jinro is back. Yes. Bryson Gresham will also check in for Houston for Fabian, white Trayvon Scott inbounds for Jaren Cumberland gave us all over and defensively drives rate feed for this year. Brooks had his shot blocked. Got it back put up a hook. No, good ball gets knocked out about John. Huston. Goes zero looks face to face at Tim Higgins, tell me you didn't see that. Megan just look at him and said, I saw that's all. The official turn letting it go today this game. The Bronx took some serious contact on his last shot. No whistle. But it's been true on both ends of the floor. Broom inbounded under the basket to trae. Bon Scott scramble for a loose ball. And it's not about by Houston Giro's technical. I mean, he's very demonstrative, and it's the second time, and they're showing a lot of restraint and patience with him. But he has done nothing to warrant getting calls yet. He hasn't done anything with Houston tires off for Kelvin Sampson. Nothing new there. The jacket comes off early. Then the red shirts eventually. Singles out here. The minute. Fanatic about the Senator Gordon Jared cobbling crossover dribble. Driving along the lane light top banks shot. Just offense rebound to hand stuff on the fallout. And now a technical foul is called the boot. They call a technical foul Nassir Brooks forgetting in the face a white baby. And white. The basket counts. There was also a foul on Houston. And then the technical foul is called after that. But Higgins, call the foul. He's from behind Nassir bookstore screaming, but he's screaming at his teammate. He just making allow wrong. Now, if you're gonna call the technical you get a call all the fighting and bickering there's going on underneath, and I guess they reached the boiling point with all the stuff and trying to stem the tide Benson. Hey this summer this down. It's a great ballgame on Nonni to start getting in each other's face. Forty three thirty nine Houston up by four Corey Davis will go to the line for the technicals for Houston. He'll get two shots. And then the seer Brooks will go to the line to try to complete the three point play for Cincinnati. I don't like that. I can understand why he made it though. I don't like to call. Corey Davis puts up the first foul shot apprently role if the front of the rim and ran trickled in I should say he's three for three in the game. And now over ninety percent for the season. The second free throw is also good Houston's lead us back to six. Now. Brooks will go to the free throw line to try to complete to three point play. I think the technical foul should be more. Like the NBA worth one shot. I think it's too much to penalize a team for technical foul. Give them Tucson says. They get the ball out. I just don't like the fact that you give a guy tooth. He's four. He gets fouled because he says something now you give them two points. Back Brooks Hippolyte, he has seven points and six rebounds, try to make it a five point Houston. Here's pow shot is up. It is too strong rebound kept alive by Trayvon Scott. But he tipped it. The Houston Hoover will try and take advantage of the five hundred four and they get a layup. Geragos coast to coast and lays it in. What a score. Houston on top forty seven thirty eight km broom with a quick pull up jumper. That's no good. Houston has the rebound in the running. Again, beige Jaro into the front court dribbling outside the three point line guns. A pass to the baseline white throws it outside the three point line for Corey Davis. Davis guarded by Keith Williams. Davis gets into the air with a head fake running shot off the rim. No good. And another rebound for Cincinnati. Is Bon Scott came down with a cane has got an attack the basket. He keeps looking over at the coach. And he's not playing instinctively this eight point deficit. The biggest game with thirteen minutes and twenty three seconds to go. Here's couple at right of the circle driving into the lane against Davis goes to the floater and scores in the middle of the pain. That's what you call. A big man move got to a spot put up a floater over the Auschwitz arms of Corey Davis scoring against one of the best defenders in the country. Corey Davis fifteen points for Jaren Kabul in Cincinnati trails by six forty seven to forty one. Deja jinro. You're the top of the circle Cumberland with two fouls defense passes for white who gives it right back now to road driving into the lane. Had the ball swiped out of his arms by Cumberland loose ball goes to Keith Williams euro step to the rim. Layup, no good. Put back by Kane. Broom and four Bearcats were running the floor for the offensive rebound. Forty seven forty three four straight points for the cats to cut the eight point hole in half, twelve minutes and thirty seconds to go Jerome passing to the left point Brooks throws it to the right side of the floor and Corey Davis. Couple of steps outside the three point line. Davis gives up his dribble. Nobody opened yet. Throws a backward for Armani Brooks five to shoot Brooks. Hit a along three. No, good rebound tipped out run down by Brooks on Scott did not go after the ball. You start leaking for the fast break, Houston, resets, the twelve. Oh, four left in regulation leading Cincinnati by four. Brooks near center court passes, four Giral outside the arc left side crossover dribble. Driving ball poked out of his hands by Keith Williams to row gets it. Back tend to shoot passes backward. For Bronx Brooks to the free. Throw line finds Giral open have to himself shot the official should've called data. Traffic is right on top of crowded his fury. Now. Corey Davis outside the arc right side. Driving in the lane. Easy running shot up at bad officiate, horrible officiated. Mick Cronin is going berserk. Jumped up past the ball off to write to the right, then Steve shot, capacity yourself. Wasn't a dribble. It was a path Houston by six forty nine. Forty three. In front of the bearcat. Patch three point shot. Nothing by bottom of for John. Puts the finger up by his mouth and quiets the crowd eighteen for charity. Cincinnati down forty nine forty six. Here's Jinro stops bid, toast, just outside the lane line. Now, why did the free throw line looking for Corey Davis? Shovels it back to Davis guarded by Cumberland double-teamed on the perimeter takes away. Jaren breaking the other way, and he got fouled before starting the breakaway dribbles. Corey davis. Fermented, the breakaway what a defensive.
"senator gordon" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"He did it. Oh, back in move just jumping up again. Perry. Take it out after being called for the foul and the guy who couldn't miss in first-half JP Mormon checks in the ugliest. Pair of shoes I've seen today. Throw. No good for Trayvon Scott rebound goes to temple the Bearcats trailing. Forty three thirty six. Can't remember the last time they were within seven temples ball in the front court Mormon from the baseline his shot is good foul is called on Cincinnati. What's got J P Morgan? Sometimes it's just like that. Dan, dude, averages five he scored fifteen a new career high. I mean, sometimes it just feels good and all the preparation the moment you've been waiting for game. Like this comes to fruition. His free. Throw is good sixteen points for a score. Who averages five again, we still have fourteen and a half minutes to go. The lead is back to ten forty six thirty six thanks to JP, Jordan. Must be those Robertson. Tom Berlet driving baseline stops passes outside the ark for Williams and he travels. The pass when you have played. And you haven't scored. He's one of those guys that's trying to get his game going, and he gets call for traveling and takes them out. Cain broom is in any more checks in for temple Bearcats. Got it to seven. Now, it is back to a ten point temple lead in Cincinnati. Just turned it over. Roddy war? Up the floor. I answered off outside the Pierre-Louis Dow rose between the circles out towards Senator Gordon Pierre-Louis Hamilton sets a pick here. Louis drives to the Ramsey shot is blocked by a foul is called on Cincinnati. Bronx third. I don't like the way they officiate big men nowadays college basketball. Telling you, Dan. One of these guys are going to be six four the guy who six four or above calling majority of the calls on the baseline. Here comes the first foul shot for PM Louis. It's a perfect Swiss elitist back to eleven so semi Brooks coming out. Anna's done a great job.
"senator gordon" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Don Dailey Clarence Armstrong are three man crew this afternoon. Dan, I talked about chipping away at their death. But with the temple is doing is chipping away at ours. Regarding at one player, keep Williams. On the foul. Basser books has one foul over the back. So it's three team fouls. Done this ninety s to offense rebound, but have not been able to convert that has been played benders. They turn the ball over. Well, they forced the one turnover, but what was to do to you make you rush. A little bit slutty is getting every sock at the rim, office rebounds. Just have not been able to convert these these baskets. They're H team has taken three three point shot Cincinnati over three temple to for three miles on top seven nothing. Temple half of all coming out of this time out in bound from in front of the bearcat bet at six seconds to get his shot. I don't see chronic really gone ballistic yet because he understands come jacked up, but they're getting every shopping wanting to bitchy decides will fall. Allston will throw it in near the corner on the sideline in front of the pair, cat pens. Justin, Jennifer stance in front of him his Allston looks for an open teammates pass in for rose Bates at three drive to the free throw line. Two point jump shot. Short rebound snacks by Justin Jennifer who pushes the pace in the opposite direction. Jennifer plays catch with Brown gets the ball pack now broom for it three. Dr shot. No, good rebound it in the corner by Ernest a plaque Pete. They will give you everything. Just gotta make shots came broom nine forty nine from outside the three point line this year. Here's Perry with a long three. And I mean long. It's no good, Nepal. Be called on Ernest. Be going over the back of alien also semi. So Eliot goes up with two hands. The ball gets knocked outta here. There's going to be contact because he grabs it with those. Cincinnati oh for eight thus far including four three point shots. Bearcats? Have it in the front court Charon Cumberland out near the center court line passes to the high left point? And Justin, Jennifer, what's it to the middle of the forest outside the three point line? Now, Jennifer toes on the three point line backs up a couple of steps to go one on one drives Spiros running shot floated in when he backs you up close you out gets a little bit more space and goes downhill art to stop. So it took five minutes, but the Bearcats are on the board they trailed temple seven to two years rose top of the circle into the corner for Perry. Andre Perry will launch a three air ball rebounded by Kane. Broom lobs the outlet for Justin Jennifer up the near sideline into the front court, Jennifer, shake and bake dribble. Pull up jump shot. Short rebounded by Quentin rose. Jennifer was hot on Thursday against Tulsa. He's over three. So far today a career high three pointers in the game on Thursday rose with a straightaway. Trae great deep it's can't groom on the baseline top of the key Cumberland since their hands down, and let's make a deep three don't know. What's got into quitting rose this week? But he is doing what he had not done all year making three point shots. Cumberland guarded by Rotana perimeter. Throws it out towards Senator Gordon. Jennifer, Jennifer left point. Now, it's Trayvon Scott inside the left side of the floor. Driving with a left hand low Block O series, virtually no contact and trae Scott, we just bought for an offensive foul. I didn't see that at all all the. The contact that's happening down low guys. It's just a week way. Too. Make a foul. Call. I mean this team temple they'd beat Memphis, really. She's awesome. She's really doing damage in that game. Leading score Logan Johnson. And Trevor more check in for Cincinnati bears. A bear cats have a guard heavy lineup on the floor, basically four guards. And so semi tried to match the quickness attempt ten to temple. Here's a drive to the hoop by Pierre Louis gets a friendly role. Look like that was going to be a bit too, strong, and it trickled backward and fell through the net. Temple up by ten twelve to first basket for Nate. Pain broom dribbling near center court guarded. Kyle Lonnie Moore who has checked in for temple room gives up the dribble. Top of the key to Cumberland quenching rose defense. Cumberland drives past them bounce it down low picked up by so semi tries to wheel into the lane. Almost had it taken out of his hands managed to get it into the corner to comprehend two seconds to shoot. His pass. Intercepted by Pierre. Louis goes coast to coast scoop shot blocked against the backboard, Logan Johnson. He's becoming the broad James chase down blocks in college. Cincinnati trailing twelve to two Cumberland for three air ball rebounded by Cambridge. And he puts it up in Kabul came through with the offense. Rebound making self assertive eighth. Offensive rebound. Twelve to four Cincinnati trailing by eight temple has it in the front court went in rose thought about it. Three didn't take it. Instead passed the J P Mormon gives it back to rose. This three point shot is no good rebound at fifteen feet from the hoop by Trevor more. Bearcats bring it into the front court Cumberland had the ball knocked away from behind by rose long lead. Feed rose hammered on the arm by Logan Johnson as he prevents the breakaway gun. Are they going to go to the monitor for this one was just a good foul by Logan Johnson? Good. They call it. Just a common foul cantopop the shoulders. Just hammered down hard on the arms to make sure that he could not get off the darker delay. Ronin actually applaud the effort because of course, does not like layups, it doesn't like three baskets, and if there's somebody close him up he would like them to take foul earthbound shot. Good for Quentin rose in his third year of the temple owls. I wonder what his physique would look like attended Cincinnati instead of temple. Well, Mike definitely would've put some pounds on him. Yeah. He is failing wiry and you have to get in him because he doesn't have a lot of lists. Second foul shot. Trickles around the ribbon falls through eight points. Already for Quentin rose and temple is back on top by ten fourteen four km. Broom dribbles the ball up the floor against he air. Louise. Being attacked. No whistle. Got chopped on the arm. Still go Wesson room goes by Pierre. Louis lots of contact as he puts one off the glass, and finally they call the foul on temple and will have an opportunity in an old school three point play got fouled proximity five times and on the fifth one. They blew the whistle. And this is the game. The Cambridge can really excel in because this temple team. They're playing denied position at almost every position. So if you can beat your man, this is what they count on is for you to be locked down to finish. You can beat your man, you should get every shot at the rim. I was called on Justin Hamilton his first free throw good for Kane broom and the Bearcats trail by seven fourteen to seven five points for Kane off the bench. Pierre-louis in the front court hands it up on the perimeter to Quinton rose. He's a step outside the three point line. Now. Alani more juggling outside the arc gets into the lane against Logan. Johnson nearly had taken away by Brooks throws bounce pass to Mormon for three shot is no good rebound grabbed by Kane grew. We've got a foul called on Trevor Moore and Trevor knows it because the guy who always puts his hands up is guilty. Indication from Clarence Armstrong was that Trevor Moore grabbed the jersey a temple player tried to get defensive rebound..
"senator gordon" Discussed on Science Friday
"I'll start with you. And I'd love Katie stops on this to how widespread is this problem? We've been talking so far about this one high profile case that was a lead story from propublica in the New York Times. But this goes much deeper than Sloan Kettering, certainly. Yeah. I think the evidence is actually people that do research on how often researchers failed to disclose. The findings are pretty consistent that you know, in most journals it's probably somewhere around twenty to thirty percent of people fail to fully disclose conflicts of interest. It's difficult because when you're dealing with physicians who are researchers it's pretty easy to find out if they disclosed because you can just look them up in the open payments database, but the issue is when you're dealing with PHD's because they're not included in that database, and and that become makes it much more difficult to, you know, accurately estimate the frequency with which people fail to disclose. I I should say that on the topic of disclosure. You told us that you enter to disclose a conflict of interest yourself. So so what is it? Oh, absolutely. In the spirit of our discussion. In addition to being a professor at the university of Colorado, I currently serve as a paid expert witness in. Cases against drug companies related to conflicts of interest in medicine and research. So this is something that you've been studying for quite some time. And it's something that you've testified about as well, yes, I testified twice before the US Senate and. And in law cases as well. So these conflict of interests aren't anew problem. We're talking about the current state right now. But over the last twenty years or so Eric Campbell. What what has been done? What people been doing to try to solve this problem? Yeah. It actually dates back to the fifties. When they're Senate hearings on the issues of conflicts of interest in medicine and research, and that was brought up again in the eighty s with Senator Gordon it appeared again in the two thousands Senator Grassley there have been a number of kind of watershed moments in the history of conflicts of interest. But I think the big ones are the growing recognition by universities and medical schools that this was something that they needed to tackle. A second watershed moment was obviously the requirements by journals that people disclose whether the what when we know they don't always do it. But they're required to and then finally was the physician payment. Shine act and the requirement that drug companies disclose to the American people. How much they pay physicians related to marketing and research, and so on those are really the big things. And what's happened is the frequency of relationships has declined over that time in part due to the increased transparency, I think in part due to institutional policies medical schools, teaching hospitals and also at the American Medical Association that attempted to limit what people consider to be inappropriate relationships. We're talking about medical research conflicts of interest. And if you wanna join us eight four four seven two four eight two five five or.
"senator gordon" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"As burned sweeps it away to Belski down. The is it goes that first power play even though it was unsuccessful. I need a couple of chances head good shots seem to get their game gear. Brayden point speeds of the middle center drops it for headman and now kucherov left wing point. Speed. Returns headman Al crossed the blood Andre right circle. Polat dumped it burns easily takes it away. And blasts it down the length of the ice. This power play a bit of a slower start good. Alabama's Lutsky for point though. Shovels. It. Interference on birds. They didn't call it. Oh, my he prevented point from getting to the park after point. Shoveled it ahead Dylan's able to grab it in clear down the ice never know interference. Any man. It is a judgment call. But that one seemed to be more black and white than some of the others Gujrat up the middle at center power play continues across the blood and hit the linesmen a broken stick for Kane. Video. It's time to go to the bench lighting have to regroup at Senator Gordon across the blue line, right circle. Miller right circle. Gourd loses hurdle. He will find Sorenson down the ice. It goes thirty three seconds left on the power play. Ryan mcdonagh regroups enlightening again, they've had virtually no zone time on this power. Mcdonagh to center ice drops it for Matthew Joseph Joseph will turn it across the blunt. He just got tackle naphtha pen. They call that one. That was I mean that was the penalty. But it was no worse than the one that they didn't call on burns lane. You'll get a five on three for seventeen seconds had no choice, but to call that. Number thirty nine. The commander says that was tripping out cutrier sharks are not happy with the call. We had no choice you let the other one goal. Now to do that one. Well, did they call it? A Kapoor Dylan Dylan was the one who tripton they were both there. It's on couture. No wonder he's upset. Okay. Dry here with seventeen seconds the amount of time in the five on three. Often they would have five forwards out there in the five and three Banou Tyler Johnson tied. And it's only seventeen seconds of five on three gonna win the draw for.
"senator gordon" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Thank you, Senator Senator Inhofe WCS PFM, Washington, taking this chairman. There's a lot of media spin heard again just now over the recent report showing that CO two emissions in the United States increased last year. A lot of the adversaries are wanting to blame the administration so-called rollback of the clean power plan and withdraw from the Paris agreement among other actions, I'd like to enter into the record this Forbes article that says this isn't surprising, given the unprecedented economic growth that the United States is seen in the last year in states, quote, CO two emissions in the United States are still down eleven percent since two thousand and five can you address this miscarriage? Without objection. You Senator you're you're you're correct. Emissions peaked in two thousand and five. It's been on a decline since then. We believe and I was just briefed by my career staff yesterday morning on this that we're going to continue to see a decline and CO two emissions. But last year we had an exceptionally. Hot summer and cold winter, but we had him and more importantly, an uptick and manufacturing and industrial output that are CO two emissions up slightly. But overall, we don't expect that to continue. We think the downward trend is going to continue in the long that economic growth has been phenomenal. And so I assume that the ace rule we continue a general downward trend in. To it will after a fully implemented, we expect sale two levels to decrease in additional thirty four percent by two thousand five levels from the electric power sector, though, the regulations from the previous administration in my state of Oklahoma, the one that was that the farmers of America, not just in my state of Oklahoma. But throughout the country found the is rule to be the one that was the scariest volume, and it's one that you have reworked in. I've heard nothing but praise about this. And I'd like to have you share with us the successes that you've had in that particular real. That's one rule that means the most of my Oklahoma partners that thank you Senator. We put out our proposal in December. And the the overarching guiding principle that I gave the staff, and and crafting the what reward is rule was I believe that any property owner should be able to stand on his or her property and be able to tell for themselves whether or not they have waters of the US on their property without. To hire an outside consultant or an attorney, and I say that knowing that I used to be an outside consultant. Putting some people out of business, but I think people should be able to be able to tell from themselves whether or not they have a wetland on their property, and I wanna make a big distinction that is usually not discussed in the media that we're working in partnership with the states, and even if a water is not water the United States. It doesn't mean that it's not protected at the state level. A lot of waters inside Salah. The wetlands that will no longer be considered a federal waterway under the under. The what is the new what is proposal will still be protected under state laws, and it does not impact our recovery efforts with our with our national priority areas such as the Chesapeake Bay. The Great Lakes the Everglades on the Gulf Coast Puget Sound all of those recovery efforts will continue and this does not impact any of those. Well, I appreciate that share with you the other day, I was in western Oklahoma, panhandle a very arid areas. Their concern was if we hadn't done this that we'd probably be considered a wetland now. I don't have to tell you that position that. My position on RFS. But in light of the rumors about the possible actions that the administration is considering I'd like to take a moment to remind everyone that corn is not only the only stakeholder in this program. You have the real world costs borne by not just refineries but also consumers, but Notre cyclists vote operators lawn equipment and for the use of gas blended with ethanol there is growing concern. That administration is only listening to one side of the argument and that those arguments are are not based on actual real world conditions. Will will any reset rule making be based on market realities, including the increased demand for zero. He's Eero that the market is seeing today we will. Thank you center. We will take all of those issues in consideration. As part of the reset. We went before the reset as well as the fifteen the presence committed to the fifteen and for the last two years, we've gotten the RV does which is setting the levels for the renewable fuels for the for the for the next year we've gotten both those out on time. First time that's ever happened in history the program, and we're committed to doing that again this year thing providing the certainty to the marketplace is very important not just for the farmers, but also for the oil industry as wealthier and is very very important. You you're doing a great job. Thank you. Thank you, Senator Senator Cardin is next. But I think Senator Carper you have back, thanks for unanimous consent. Request to submit for the record there. Recently released star national climate assessment by thirteen federal agencies under this administration, including EPA the layout the costs our country will pay if we do nothing to do nothing on climate change. And you. Keep rolling back rules without objection. Senator Gordon, thank you, Mr Chairman environment and public works committee earlier today, thank you for being here. Thank you for your willingness to serve the public. I just really want to I underscore the point to Senator Carper is made in regards to the shutdown. The shutdown is dangerous. It's devastating to the individuals who are involved did their families paying their bills. But to the missions that these agencies have to carry out, you have a very large percentage of your workforce that firmly today without pay. So it to me it's not possible under these circumstances for to carry out their mission to protect our environment, clean air and clean water. And you and I had chance to talk about this in my office. But as you reach certain required deadlines, you need to have the personnel in place. It's going to be challenging to have workers work without pay. But I just want to underscore how tragic this shutdown as and support Senator Carper in that regard. You talked about partnership with the states, and there's been no better example that than the Chesapeake Bay program. We've also had a chance to talk about this. Chesapeake Bay program was developed by the states in partnership with the stakeholders developers, local governments farmers private groups. And it was based upon what every state can do based upon the science in collaboration in order to improve the quality of the bay the Washington Post of your weekend published the importance of the Chesapeake Bay health cannot be overstated. I agree with them completely. It is the federal law was critically important because that's the unpire that's one that holds it together using to establish how we are making progress in every state dealing with. It says it's can do and should do. So my first question to you is will use support the Chesapeake Bay program and working collaboratively with the other federal agencies state and local jurisdictions as stakeholders in protecting the Chesapeake Bay watershed, including through the. The partners of the program that in the office today in Annapolis. I wanna point out that this committee has reauthorized the Chesapeake Bay program recommended that and the congress has fully funded the Chesapeake Bay office yesterday. I fully commit to that. As as you may remember, I I live in Chesapeake resource protection area and for janea. I'm very concerned about the Chesapeake Bay personally my second week as a deputy minister, I attended Chesapeake meeting in DC, and then the first month as acting administrator I attended that the large meeting in Baltimore with with the governors of the of all the Chesapeake state. So I think we had one that ten governor there, but it's been very much committed to the Chesapeake Bay and to the Chesapeake Bay program and for the federal office to be located in Annapolis. Yes. Thank you. Appreciate that. I want to talk about some of the related issues with clean air. The Senator Carper mentioned the mercury standard. So let me start with that. And by the way, support center, carpet, regards the cafe or the auto emission standards. That's a huge issue in regards to clean air concerning the bay, and we you mentioned the reduction of CO carbon emissions, but remember that the auto industry is still one of the largest sources. So the cafe standards are important. But in regards to mercury I quite frankly, don't understand EPA's position. It seems to me that the mercury standards have worked and in your recent announcements wilder be any reduction in enforcement of the current mercury toxic standards. We don't believe there will be we believe that every piece of mercury control equipment that is installed on a power plant today will remain under our proposal. The the important thing to remember on the mercury regulation that it's it's already been fully implemented. But what we had was a supreme court case, the Michigan versus EPA case that directed us to go back and take a look at the cost benefit analysis that Obama administration conducted for their original Matt's regulation, and we did that and at the same time. We also conducted the risk and technology review by conducting both of those at the same time under also DC circuit court decision. We believe that. Although we don't find it appropriate necessary that be under the risk and technology review that the technologies that have already been implemented on the coal fire. Power plants will remain in place. And that is our preferred option under the proposal. We're taking comment we reissued this right for the shutdown began. I don't believe it's been published in the Federal Register yet because the Federal Register close mission as it does. We're we're accepting comment on that. And we'd like to have comment, but at the end of the day, I do not. Believe that a piece a single piece of mercury control technology will be removed from power plant. Be under our preferred option let me just say she lastly under section forty one o one on the bipartisan word a Bill. There's EPA's to establish a storm water infrastructure funding task force composed of representatives of federal state and local governments and nonprofit entities to study ways to improve the veil ability of public and private sources for funding construction rehab in operation of maintaining our storm water infrastructure, which critical today are you committed to setting up that task force. Yes, we've already started looking at how we can set that up. We believe it would have to be done under Faca. The fact that process, but we we are committed to getting that done. Thank you. Thanks, jim. Before turning to Senator Capito center and a half years. Something wanted to record Sherman way submit three things into the record one is he's items into the record that highlight the flow and the science and assumptions that make up the fourth national climate assessment release one by the Cato Institute. Institute went by the competitive enterprise is in the last in an article by nNcholas Loris entitled the latest climate report feeds into alarm fearmongering without objection Senator Capito hearing earlier today for nominee for EPA administrator. Andrew Wheeler on C.