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Ep 128: Vice President Kamala Harris, Black Women and Leading with Charisse Jones, USA Today - burst 2
"Win senator. Kamala harris became madam vice. President elect comma harris the tortoise fear. The tiktok sphere the interwebs wit nuts. And there's a reason why she's our first black and female vice president elect an. She's first pacific asian islander. This is huge. What you say series. It is momentous and i think that when you talk about social media really good point to bring up is part of the reason that she got that appointment that she was picked by joe biden was black women coming together activists media personality saying we want a pay off our work right you know. We deserve to be in leadership. We're always doing the work of this political party and we want a black woman in that space and so you know her ascension represents not only her talent but all of the talents that came together from that movement to make sure that we were recognized in that way. And it culminates on this day. It's amazing because so much of what's going on in this political arena that led up to the elections and even there after because we had run off in georgia where black women played a huge role in moving the needle in some states. That weren't supposed to be blue. I think that's what's so interesting. Is that not only. Do you have kamla in the spotlight. Comma harris but stacey gabriel. Yes and all of those organizers who are getting that moment in the spotlight because it's so clear The role that we play at how deserved we are of recognition and being able to dispense power. And not just help other people attain it and so everything that happened after the presidential election. Has i think really made that clear as well absolutely. And you know the book. And i've shared it with you. Know thanks really centers on this other folks. I want you to understand that. What happens in the political sphere has everything to do with what happens in the corpus sphere. There is no separating it and you may say oh we don't talk politics at work that's not the point. It's the human dynamic and what we saw this political you know phenomenon that happened with joe biden choosing a black woman in response to kind of You know it was a large outcry from people that understand that time and time of gin black women have come to
Mitch McConnell congratulates Biden and Harris
"College affirm the win for president elect Joe Biden and vice president elect Kamila Harris. A growing number of Republicans are starting to accept the results, including the GOP Senate leader now that the electoral college Has officially voted to formalize Joe Biden's victory. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on the Senate floor, acknowledging for the first time that Biden is indeed the president elect. I want to congratulate President elect Joe Biden. McConnell went on the offer. Congratulations to his colleague, Senator Kamala Harris. As the vice president elect. Beyond our differences, all Americans can take pride that our nation has a female vice president elect. For the very first time. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington You're listening to
Joe Biden spoke about how Americans 'chose change over more of the same'
"What's becoming clear each hour. Is that record number of americans of all races. Face religions chose change over more of the same. They've given us a mandate for action. Mr biden revealing that he and his running mate senator. Kamala harris have already meetings with a group of experts on public health. Saying they're not waiting to start the process but the trump campaign signaling. The president's is not giving up is telling fox news. He has no intention of conceding in a statement. The president's saying this is about the integrity of our entire election process. We will pursue this process through every aspect of the law to guarantee. The american people have confidence in our government. President trump insists that every legal vote should be counted. The argument is over. Which ballots may be illegal. The president believes any vote that came in after polls closed on tuesday should be thrown
Biden urges patience as final votes are counted
"Brief statement about the status of the election. NPR's alcohol, It has more. Biden continues to project confidence he spoke for less than two minutes. It was a brief statement to reiterate that he has no doubt when the count is finished. That he and Senator Kamala Harris will win. He urged people to remain patient and call. Each ballot must be counted. And that's what we're going to see going through now, and that's how it should be. Democracy sometimes missing. It sometimes requires a little patience as well. The process, Biden said, is playing out as it should. His campaign manager says that she's optimistic about their odds in at least four key states that are still counting ballots. Pennsylvania, Georgia, Nevada and Arizona.
Obama’s plea in Atlanta to Georgia Democrats: ‘Put this country back on track.’
"Moments of campaign 2020. The Biden campaign strongest surrogate mounted the Democrats closing argument in Georgia. From member station W. A B in Atlanta, AMA Hurt has more on Barack Obama's final pitch at a drive in rally President Obama focused on George's to Senate races and the importance of taking control of the chamber. He said Georgia could be where the country gets quote back on track, and not just because Joe Biden and Kamala Harris have a chance to win Georgia. But you've got the chance TTO flip to Senate seats. I said, Well, I gotta go. I gotta come. Obama follows campaign stops from President Trump and Senator Kamala Harris to Georgia. The rally was held in the shadow of the tower, where the torch burns during the 1996 Atlanta Olympics. That was the last time Georgia received this kind of final stretch attention from a Democratic presidential campaign. For
Georgia is now a 'true toss-up state'
"The bordering state of Georgia state. Democrats have carried just once in the past nine presidential cycles but we're both parties particularly in this last week. Believe it's Biden that has the slight edge right now going into election day nearly four million votes have been cast so far. In Georgia, it compares to just over four million votes that were cast. All told four years ago and the fivethirtyeight dot com polling average has biden up by just a point and a half and it makes Georgia. A true toss up state is where we find Blaine Alexander. She is in Atlanta and really it is about Atlanta turn out and the Atlanta suburbs. What do you tell us? You know chuck just the fact that we are even talking about state of Georgia right now shows you just how much things have changed in this. Once reliably red state you know consider this president trump won the state. Of Georgia when in two thousand, sixteen by five points without making a single stop here once he became the party's official nominee will now we're seeing the president twice in the peach state in. The final three weeks of this campaign including stop today. Now, on the democratic side, we're seeing assault from Senator Kamala Harris also today tomorrow former President Barack Obama will be in Atlanta, and all of this of course comes on the of Joe Biden's appearance here just last week. So Chuck in addition to all of these closing arguments though we're going to be watching closely to see exactly how Georgia actually handles this. Election remember the last time we saw Georgians head to the polls was during the June primary. That's when we saw people waiting in line outside at times in the rain for hours to cast their ballot and many of the early voters that I spoke to this time around say that was a big reason that they came out early this time that coupled with Stacey Abrams narrow defeat for governor back in two. Thousand Eighteen they say that they WANNA make sure that there's enough time to troubleshoot as they say to make sure that if they come into any issues with technology or long lines, they'll be able to work that out and have their vote count now as if all of that wasn't enough this year, Georgia has not one but two US Senate seats up for grabs and Democrats are hoping to flip them both
Kamala Harris to make campaign stop in Houston
"Vice presidential nominee Senator Kamala Harris will be campaigning in Fort Worth today. She also his campaign appearances scheduled for McAllen in Houston. Neither President Trump North O Biden planned a campaign in Texas before Tuesday's election.
Kamala Harris lists 'racist' actions by Trump in '60 minutes' interview
"Vanins running mate, Senator Kamala Harris, asked by CBS anchor Norah O'Donnell. If she thinks President Trump is a racist, you can look at Charlottesville. When there were peaceful protesters and on the other side neo Nazis and he talks about fine people on either side, calling Mexicans, rapists and criminals. His first order of business was to institute and Muslim Ban. Senator Harris on 60 Minutes, which also aired Lesley Stahl's interview with President Trump that interview that made headlines even before it was broadcast after the president abruptly left the interview, saying it was unfair and then preempting the broadcast by posting the entire interview on Facebook.
White House chief of staff: ‘We are not going to control the pandemic'
"With an AP News MINUTE, White House chief of staff Mark Meadows says We're not going to control the pandemic, telling CNN. It's a contagious virus just like the flu. But at a campaign rally in New Hampshire, President Trump claims good sending Anyway, We're rounding the turn. But the Vaccine. We'll get it down fast. Joe Biden Call's Meadow statement A cane did acknowledgement of President Trump's strategy, which he describes as the white flag of defeat. Campaigning in Detroit. His running mate, Senator Kamala Harris says over 8.5 million people have contracted this virus. And we'll have unknown long term health consequences, according to Johns Hopkins University. The U. S death toll from covert 19 is now more than 225,000 people. Pacific Gas and
Kamala Harris calls President Trump a 'racist' during Atlanta campaign stop
"Expected to hit campaign stops in North Carolina, Ohio and Wisconsin. Later today yesterday, vice presidential nominee Senator Kamala Harris spoke to college students in Atlanta. Saying about President Trump. Do you think he's a racist? Yes, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has driving campaign events set for Pennsylvania, where he'll be joined by Rock star Jon Bon Jovi
Trump on Kamala Harris: U.S. won't have socialist president, "especially a female socialist"
"Following the final presidential debate on Thursday night. President Trump rallying on Friday in the villages Florida Trump going after Senator Kamala Harris Kamala will not be your first female president. She will not be your first female president. That's not the way it's supposed to be. We're not supposed to have the socialist. Look, We're not going to be a socialist nation. We're not gonna have a socialist. President, especially female socialist present. We're not gonna have it. We're not gonna put up with Joe Biden spent today explaining how he would handle the pandemic better than the president has vice President Biden says it's time to end what he calls the president's falls claim that the pandemic is going away. There's a key difference in this campaign between Donald Trump and me. I believe in testing. Donald Trump does not. I believe in science, health officials agreeing with former Vice President Biden at universal Mass requirements and distancing would have saved thousands of lives
Harris, Pence Campaign In New Hampshire And North Carolina
"President. Trump rallies voters in North Carolina today in former President Barack Obama rallies voters in Philadelphia on behalf of Joe Biden, both candidates for vice president are holding their own campaign events. Vice president Mike Pence was in New Hampshire, where he touted the president's economic record. He also targeted targeted Obama care, calling it a disaster. Senator Kamala Harris was in North Carolina and focussed on the more than 220,000 Americans that have died from the Corona virus. She stressed that Biden will work to expand health care and lower costs President Trump and bite It will be in Nashville tomorrow for the final presidential debate. Before the November 3rd election.
Maryland man charged for leaving letter threatening Biden and Harris
"US Senator Kamala Harris in a letter left on the doorstep of a neighbor who had yard signs supporting the candidates. U. S Secret Service agents says 42 Year old James Reed told investigators that he was upset at the political situation when he wrote the threatening letter read was in state custody when a criminal complaint was filed against him in federal court today. Mayor Laurie Lightfoot's has unveiled her plan to close Chicago's $1.2 billion deficit. Today.
Trump and Biden hit campaign trail after dueling town halls
"Inviting campaigns preparing for multiple stops heading into the final couple weeks of the campaign. President Trump have a busy day ahead of him. He's going making those multiple campaign stops in Wisconsin and Michigan, then spending the night out in Las Vegas dividing campaign here in Delaware today, but the former vice president was holding multiple campaign stops this week, including in Michigan last night. Biden had a chance to speak to supporters about a number of different issues, including the auto industry, Corona virus and healthcare during that visit to South field outside of Detroit, But the former vice president refused to talk to reporters about accusations being made against his son Hunter and whether emails allegedly sent by the Bidens show any improper behaviour. Meantime, Biden's running mate, California Senator Kamala Harris, is off the campaign trail This weekend, she decided to postpone Travel and in person events until Monday, after two people Harris staffer and a flight crew member tested positive for Kobe Fosse's Mark MEREDITH.
Senator repeatedly mispronounces Kamala Harris' name at Trump rally
"Republican senator from Georgia David Perdue under fire by some for repeatedly mispronouncing the name of Democratic vice presidential nominee Senator Kamala Harris on stage at a Georgia rally for President Trump. Powers. His press secretary, called the mispronunciation incredibly racist.
Amy Coney Barrett continues to be questioned at Supreme Court confirmation hearing
"I'm a change as many have mentioned next central threat and it's affects around us do you. covid nineteen isn't. I think. Yes. I. Do accept the Covid Nineteen is infectious that that's something of which I feel like we could say you take judicial notice of it's an obvious fact. Yes. Causes Cancer. I'm not sure exactly where you're going with this, but you know the the notice. In question question is what it is answer. Harris. Yes. Every package of cigarettes warns that Smoking Causes Cancer. And do you believe that climate change is happening and it's threatening? The air we breathe in the lottery. Senator Again I was wondering where you were going with that. You have asked me a series of questions like that are completely uncontroversial like. Nineteen is infectious whether smoking causes cancer and then trying to analogize that eliciting an opinion on me that as a very contentious matter opinion from me that has on a very contentious matter of public debate and I will not do that. It will not express view on a matter of public policy especially when that is politically controversial because that's inconsistent with the judicial role as I have explained. Major plant here that you believe it's debatable. That Senator Kamala Harris questioning battering two days of hearings. j.j Barrett has repeatedly refused to answer questions about her views on abortion and the future of we'd Roe v Wade despite our public record opposing Reproductive Rights Barrett also repeatedly dodged questions on the Supreme Court's Obe grefell versus Hodge's ruling which said same sex couples could not be denied the right to marry this exchange with Democratic Senator Richard. Blumenthal of Connecticut. quickly. Decided Burger fell versus hodges. Senator Blumenthal every time you asked me a question about whether case was correctly are decided or not. I cannot answer that question because I cannot suggest agreement or disagreement with precedents of the Supreme Court. All those precedents by me now is a seventh circuit judge and I to be confirmed. I would be responsible for applying the law star decisive to all of them but you think of how you would feel. As a gay or Lesbian American to hear that you can't answer. Whether the government can make a crime for them to have that relationship. Whether the government. Can enable people who are happily married to continue. That relationship. Your. Senator implying that I'm poised to say that I want to cast a vote to overrule a burger followed I show you I. Don't have any agenda. I don't I'm not even expressing view and disagreement of Obama file. You're pushing me to try to violate the judicial canons of ethics to offer advisory opinions and I won't do that and I'm not asking you hypothetical. These are real cases I brown versus board of Education Do. You think it was correctly decided i. know you told Senator Graham you thought. So I'd like to just to clarify that point. Sure. So as I said to Senator Graham when he asked me that question I have spoken on that before and the originalism lecture that. Incorrectly decided. Correctly decided and yes, I've said that thank you. Let me ask you about. Loving versus the the loving case. was correctly decided well, loving follows directly from Brown and Brown's great correctly decided loving as well was correctly decided it was decided that was Democratic Senator Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut Questioning Judge Amy Coney Barrett
Amy Coney Barrett set for Day 2 of confirmation hearing
"The Senate Judiciary Committee returns this morning for day two of Supreme Court confirmation hearings for Judge Amy Cockney Barrett. On the first day. Yesterday, we heard opening statements from members of the committee. Republicans made the case for Barrett's confirmation. Here's Judiciary Chair Lindsey Graham. There's nothing unconstitutional about this process. This is a vacancy that's occurred there tragic loss of a great woman. And we're going to feel that they could see with another great woman. Democrats, meanwhile, said they're Republican colleagues are rushing this effort, and they tried to paint Barrett as a threat to the affordable care act. Now today, members will get their chance to ask her questions directly. We've got NPR Congressional reporter client great solace with us this morning. Hi, Claudia. Hi, Rachel. So what did each party the members of the committee Democrats and Republicans? What did they try to accomplish in the first day hearings yesterday? This was an opportunity for senators to frame her nomination. They did most of the talking. After all, Republicans painted bared as a worthy successor to the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, but in the mold of barrettes mentor and that's the late Justice Antonin Scalia. Democrats underscored the rush to confirm Barrett in the midst of a pandemic. Remember Two of the GOP members tested positive for the illness this month, and one Mike Lee of Utah, showed up yesterday, less than two weeks after his diagnosis. He also showcased what at what's at stake. Senator Kamala Harris, the Democratic vice presidential nominee, who also sits on the committee dialed in to participate. Let's take a listen By replacing Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg with someone who will undo her legacy. President Trump is attempting to roll that Americans rides the decades to come. So Democrats highlighted concerns that barrettes nomination is being rushed so she could be seated in time if there's a dispute tied to the presidential election and to rule on an affordable care act case that will come before the court next month. So they shared worries that she could limit the A or abortion rights tied to the landmark case. Roe v. Wade. Republicans, meanwhile, tried to portray Democrats is anti Catholic, even though not one raised the religious belief issue right so yesterday was all about opening statements, and Barrett herself gave her statement what we learned for that. She said. Although she was nominated to succeed Ginsberg, no one could ever take her place. She said she closely followed Scalia's judicial philosophy. She clerked for him. Let's take a listen. His judicial philosophy was straightforward. A judge must apply the law as it is written. Not as she wishes it worked. Sometimes that approach met reaching results that he did not like. But as he put it in one of his best known opinions, that is what it means to say that we have a government of laws and not of men. She also noted that the courts have a vital responsibility to enforce the rule of law, but that policy decisions are better left to the legislative branch. So today, the official questioning begins, right and presumably, we're going to hear a lot of what we heard yesterday on the affordable care act, but in the form of questions to Judge Barrett, yes, members will question Barrett on our position on a lot of these key issues such as health care, an abortion rights. Each senator will get 30 minutes to question Barrett. So with 22 members, this could prove to be a much longer day. Republicans will use this to highlight her conservative judicial record. While Democrats will grill Barrett on conflicts of interest and how she'd rule on future cases will press her again recused herself in some of these instances, such as the day or if there's a dispute with the election, But as she's done during private calls with Democrats, you'll likely declined to make such commitments or share how she might rule on these issues
Harris to attend Amy Coney Barrett hearing remotely
"Republicans air focusing on Judge Parrots, qualifications, judge parents credentials Senator Ted Cruz pointed out. The American Bar Association rated Barrett as well qualified. The Supreme Court will hear arguments on Obamacare next month. Lisa. Thanks Rachel. Joe Biden's running mate, Senator Kamala Harris, is on the Judiciary Committee and will take part from her Senate office instead of the hearing room. She's criticized Senate Republicans for not having covert testing procedures in place.
"senator kamala harris" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz
"A rally. I don't think I'm contagious at all. The Centers for Disease Prevention and Disease Control and Prevention's guidelines say an infected person is deemed contagious for at least 10 days after the onset of symptoms. That means the clock on Trump is still running. Schroedinger this week, Miami's Republican mayor said he didn't want Trump in his city if he was still testing positive for the virus in a video that he tweeted out last night. Trump called his covert 19 infection, a blessing from God and falsely called the experimental antibody cocktail. He was given a cure. And he promised to get that drug in the hospitals and make it free for all and a long phone call this morning on Fox Trump called Democratic vice presidential nominee Comma Harris unlikable, a monster and a communist after watching last night's debate between Harris and vice president Mike Pence. Pence and Harris faced off in a debate at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, It was much calmer and respectful than the presidential debate. But it still left plenty of room for the Democrat and the Republican to show off their differences. Whether we'll change any minds in this polarized election season remains to be seen. Christopher Martinez has the story. The first and only vice presidential debate marked a dramatic contrast with last week's chaotic presidential debate. This time, the candidates were more civil more respectful of rules making for an event so calm it would not disturb a fly. But later for that the thought like city debate gave the candidates a chance to repeat their favor. Talking points on the Democratic side, California Senator Kamala Harris, the American people have witnessed what is the greatest failure of any presidential administration in the history of our country. She went straight for perhaps the weakest point of the Trump administration, its response to the cove at 19 pandemic. Frankly, this administration has forfeited Thank you say, or write to re election based on this and on the Republican side. Incumbent Vice President Mike Pence, He used a favored Republican argument that the Democrats are ideological extremists. More taxes, more regulation banning fracking abolishing fossil fuel crushing American energy and economic surrendered. China is a prescription for economic decline. President Trump and I will keep America growing. Both candidates stuck. Two favorite campaign arguments with little new to speak of Of course, the debate was not without novelty, featuring as it did the first woman of color in a vice presidential debate and the first time the candidates were separated by a plexiglass barrier to prevent infection by the Corona virus that has spread to the White House. Be that as it may, there were plenty of ideological differences buzzing about the room, for example on healthcare. Pence talked about abortion and issue that could come up for Supreme Court review. Joe Biden and Camel Harris support taxpayer funding of abortion all the way up to the moment of birth, late term abortion. They want to increase funding to Planned Parenthood of America. For our part, I I would never presume how judging me Cockney. Barrett would rule on the Supreme Court of the United States but will continue to stand strong for the right to live. Harris talked about preserving and expanding the affordable care act or Obama care, adding a public option and lowering the age limit for Medicare down to 60 years. The candidates also clashed over police reform. Pence dismissed the idea of systematic racism or implicit bias in policing while Harris did not look and I'm a former career prosecutor, I know what I'm talking about. Bad cops are bad or good cops. We need reform of our policing in America and our criminal justice system, which is why Joe and I will immediately banned choke holds and karate holes. George George Ford would be alive today if we did that. We will require a national registry. For police officers who break the law. We will on the issue of criminal justice reform. Get rid of private prisons and cash bail and we will decriminalize marijuana. Perhaps the biggest news was not with the candidate said, but what they avoided talking about Hence, like Trump dodged a question about accepting the outcome of the election vote and a peaceable transfer of power thing. He expects the Trump Pence ticket will win when you talk about accepting the outcome of the election. I must tell you Senator Your party has spent the last 3.5 years trying to overturn the results of the last election. It's amazing. For Harris. The big question she avoided was about packing the Supreme Court At the first presidential debate. Biden refused to say whether he would add judges to the Supreme Court if Republicans approved trumps nominee Harris followed suit, focusing her answer on a different issue. She described trumps federal court appointees as ideological and incompetent. And do you know that of the 50 people? Cool. President Trump appointed to the Court of Appeals for Lifetime appointments. Not one is black. This is what they've been doing. You want to talk about packing a court? Let's have that discussion. On the whole. The candidates probably did not change many minds, but they also probably pleased their supporters and their respective running mates. During the debate, President Trump Tweeted Mike Pence is doing great. She she's a Gaff machine. Democrat Joe Biden tweeted. Oh, right. I was going to talk about that fly, so there was a big black fly that quite visibly landed on the vice president's head. And stayed there for two minutes, sparking hilarity on Twitter. So that would explain Biden Street, which featured a picture of him holding a fly swatter and so ends the vice presidential debate. 2020. Reporting for Pacifica Radio News KPFK I'm Christopher Martinez and following last night's vice presidential debate, vice President Pence and vice presidential nominee, Senator commonly Harris, along with Joe Biden or back on the campaign trail. They both rallied crowds in the Swing state of Arizona KP Thanks, Jalen Herdman reports both vice President Mike Pence and former Vice President Joe Biden, along with running mate Senator Kamala Harris, are on the campaign trail in Arizona. President Trump is recovering from the Corona virus in Washington. Pence said that Trump would be quote back on the campaign trail before you know it..
"senator kamala harris" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz
"Good evening from the University of Utah in Salt Lake City. Welcome to the first and only vice president debate of 2020 sponsored by the nonpartisan Commission on Presidential Debates. I'm Susan Page of USA Today. It is my honor to moderate this debate an important part of our democracy. Kingsbury Hall tonight We have a small and socially distant audience, and we've taken extra precautions during this pandemic. Among other things, everybody in the audience is from the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, well suited to the first and only vice president BAE audiences 22 dynastic, about sponsored by the nonpartisan Commission on Presidential Debates. I'm Susan Page of USA Today. It is my honor to moderate this debate an important part of our democracy. Kingsbury Hall tonight We have a small and socially distant audience, and we've taken extra precautions during this pandemic. Among other things, everyone in the audience is required to wear a face mask and the candidates will be seated 12 ft Apart. The audience is enthusiastic about their candidates, but they've agreed to express that enthusiasm on Ly twice at the end of the debate, And now when I introduce the candidates, please welcome California Senator Kamala Harris and Vice President Mike Pence. Senator.
"senator kamala harris" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Mike Pence, and Senator Kamala Harris take precautions for covert as they face off at the vice presidential debate. That's Wednesday on the PBS NewsHour. PBS NewsHour comes on at three o'clock this afternoon. NPR's coverage of the debate starts tonight at six here on I'm mark a woman. This is the world. The funny pages, the comics. We all have our phase. And when you're with a character day in day out there almost like a friend Well, one of Latin America's most beloved cartoonist, died last week. Joaquin Salvador Lavado. Spanish speakers all over the world have been mourning his loss and what it means for the beloved character Llevado created in his comic strip in his comic strip. Mafalda. Argentines first met Mafalda back in 1960 for the name of a socially conscious six year old girl, a champion of democracy. As Lucy Benavidez in Barcelona reports. Mafalda has fans around the world who span generations. Nearly every bookstore in Barcelona has sold out of the Mafalda comic strips. At Lesson employee, Sylvia Me says people have been asking for a copy of the collection every day since cartoonists Joaquin Salvador Llevado better known by his pen name, Gina. Died at 88 years old, she says. People become nostalgic and want to mourn him by re reading the comics in the 15 years, Amy has worked at the bookstore. My father has been a household name. So much so that many Spaniards thinkI know is Spanish for three Monia. It just goes to show you how his legacy has reached many places, she says of the Argentine cartoonist. Chino created Mafalda for an advertising campaign that never came to fruition. But then he gave the character her own world filled with friends that represented different personality types. Manolito, the capitalist suits Anita the gossip, Philippa, the bookworm. Mafalda herself was an outspoken girl who questioned adults on things like politics and the way they treated the environment. She loved the Beatles but hated soup. The comic strip came out once a week in an Argentine newspaper, but then spread across Latin America and eventually Europe. Today, There's all kinds of merge with my father's face from key chains to backpacks. There's even a movie.
"senator kamala harris" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"In the latest medical update from the White House. President Trump says he feels great nearly a week after contracting the Corona virus. The president's physician, Dr Sean Conley, says Mr Trump's vital signs, including oxygen levels and respiratory rate, all remain stable and in normal range. In a White House memo, Conley says the president has been fever free for more than four days and symptom free for over 24 hours. And he says, the president told him I feel great White House correspondent Greg Clugston. Meanwhile, President Trump has reversed course he's now calling for smaller scale cove with 19 stimulus bills after cancelling negotiations on a comprehensive assistant package on Tuesday. And vice President Mike Pence, and his Democratic challenger, California Senator Kamala Harris, They're sent to face off in a debate tonight in Salt Lake City. Also a townhall dot com Assistant Attorney General John Dimmers says to Islamic state militants from Britain have been indicted for allegedly carrying out a gruesome campaign of torture, beheadings and violence against Western hostages. Their alleged criminal acts include conspiring to commit hostage taking, resulting in death and conspiring to murder American citizens. James Foley. Kayla Mueller, Steven Stop Saw off and Peter Kassig l'll shut they l shake an Alexander Cody, two of the foreman of the Beatles by the hostages they held captive because of their British accents. Hurricane Delta is about to emerge into the Gulf of Mexico. That's after having crossed over the Yucatan Peninsula or knocked out power to about 266,000 people. A Hurricane Watch has been issued for the northern U. S. Gulf Coast from High Island, Texas, eastward to Grand Isle, Louisiana. On Wall Street. The Dow is ahead. 492 points the NASDAQ Up 200 more of these stories at townhall dot com. Time out. Theo Riley up Gate Message of the day. Let's take a look at the two candidates debating tonight in Salt Lake City. First up, Senator Kamala Harris nickname Mamma La! She has the most liberal voting record in the Senate. Pretty impressive since Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren are in the Senate. Who's Harris is born October 20th 1960 for that means she'll turn 56 this month in Oakland, California to immigrant parents, mother from India, father from the island of Jamaica. Miss Harris attended Howard University in Washington, a historically black college sharing a law degree from the University of California. She was hired as deputy district attorney in Alameda County. California In 1990, she became San Francisco's assistant district attorney in 1998, then the D A. There in 2003. She served as attorney general of California between 2010 and 14. In 2016 Kamala Harris was elected senator from California. Now what her strategy will be tonight is fairly obvious. She pretty much going to ignore my pens and go after President Trump. She will go after him on pretty much everything. I don't think there's anything that Mr Trump and calm Lars have in common. Now for his part. Mike Pence is a button down guy, but he needs to break out tonight. So let's take a look at the vice president. He was worn on June 7th 1959 61 years old in Columbus, Indiana. You're in degrees from Hanover College and Indiana University. Spent his early life as he self described Catholic Democrat But then moved towards the Republican evangelical movement in the 19 eighties over Hiss, staunch opposition to abortion. Mr. Vance says he voted for Jimmy Carter in 1980 but supported Ronald Reagan in 84. He launched two on successful campaigns for US Congress as a Republican in Indiana. But then he want serving as a congressman from 2000 won in 2013. Then he left the house and was elected governor of Indiana. In 2013 serving one term. He is a very methodical man. Mike Pass. He ran Indiana pretty well. Particularly economically. And he is very loyal to the president. Mr Pence and Ms Trump dying at least once a week, sometimes twice. Administration officials say that Mike Pence has a lot of influence. In the way Donald Trump forges policy. So there you have it. The two vice presidential candidates who couldn't be more opposite in their view of the world. Again. Mike Pence has really got to go after Senator Harris as a very ardent liberals. Land, Miss Harris. Will take her time unsure. To to attack President Trump and pretty much ignore my pets. I will be live tweeting throughout the debate at Bill O'Reilly. That Bill O'Reilly I am Bill O'Reilly and I approve that message by writing and disagree. I want to hear from you. Billet billo'reilly dot com and please check out my big, bestselling book killing crazy horse. You'll learn a lot. It's fun to read. In a moment. Something back pillow right up your alley, updated readings of 10, 11 and 12 Noon on 86 A M. The answer, Hughhewitt believes will see a new Supreme Court justice before the election. President Trump is going to name an appointment and this is the son of the United States is going to confirm that appointee before the election. There's a simple reason why he has the constitutional authority to do so. And his party has the majority, the huge shoe it show. Weekday mornings at three right before Mike Gallagher. It's 68 60 AM Theater. Hey, everybody. Welcome to this.
"senator kamala harris" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Democratic Senator Kamala Harris will debate tonight at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City. A 90 minute VP debate is expected to be Less chaotic in rockets than last week's presidential debate will carry a live coverage starting at 61 of the drug company's working on a promising corona virus treatment is asking the government to approve its request for emergency use. If the FDA approves that the new therapy could be significant in the fight against the Corona virus. Drugmaker Eli Lilly says it's man made antibodies that fight the coronavirus have performed so well in clinical trials that it's asking the FDA to granted for emergency use. The synthetic covered 19 therapy is similar to the drug president. Trump received one Being treated for the coronavirus at Walter Reed. The company says the experimental treatment is a way to prevent Cove in 19 affections and treat the disease and high risk and mild to moderate Koven 19 patients. The FDA has not said whether it would issue the authorization Faith a booby, ABC News Washington in the NFL draft, the NHL draft, I should say the Avalanche got defensive and Justin Baron with the 25th pick Baron was once seen as a top five. Pick Our next news updates at 10 o'clock I'm Chuck Clark on K Away news radio 8:50 A.m. 94 1 of them. From the bed. Fred Sports Traffic Center. The highway drive really has settled down and then big back comes to do with now. Back up speed on Sixth Avenue crocks, Lakewood Off the highway and liquid there. Crash Me cleared all the way. North bound, Wants forthis north of Hamden. Pretty good area to avoid some roadwork in the foothills, Slowing things down Highway six west of Golden, also 74 west of Morrison, and on I 70 westbound. Slow down that road work between Central City Parkway and.
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"We should expand this to people Who are your employers, Your co workers, teachers, administrators, people you go to school with and now starting in September. People in those categories can ask for a gun violence restraining order as well. Those opposed to the expansion are concerned with due process, believing it might be too easy to take just about anybody's guns away. Johnny D. Augustine E NEWS 93.1 KFBK. The police shooting in Kenosha, Wisconsin, has captured the attention of the country and the Democratic presidential campaign. There are still two systems of justice in America and we way need to fight. Come again for that ideal. This is all people are supposed to be treated equally, which is still not happening. Democratic vice presidential nominee, Senator Kamala Harris there during a virtual campaign event. She says that she and Joe Biden have spoken with Jacob Blakes family, the former prosecutor went on to say there is still a system of inequality. At play California lawmakers rallying around a package of bills aimed at reforming several police policies in the state. Assemblyman Kevin McCarthy says it's about accountability and make sure that officers or do cross the line are held accountable for that act. The bills have been introduced into the state Assembly and Senate this week. They include a permanent state wide band on Choke holds a band on using tear gas for crowd control and new guidelines for when officers can use rubber bullets on protesters. Another bill would decertify police officers for misconduct so they can't be hired at other police departments. Also at 4 34 Durable goods orders jump more than 11% in July. New orders for products built to last more than three years, rose 11.3% last month, easily beating estimates of a 4.3% gain. Transportation equipment drove the increase, which follows a seven point percent boost back in June. And here's Ah reminder for you. If you missed the keyword earlier. Here's a second chance for you to win this hour. The $1000 takes 202 100 with keyword happy. That's $1000.202 100. Now the keyword happy and if you get a call from an unfamiliar number you want me to pick it up could be us saying, Hey, you won the $1000 get a confirmation, text and info, standard data and message rates apply in this nationwide contest. Good luck from news, 93.1 kfbk. And now this hour's top national stories on KFBK all three of today's N ba playoff games have been postponed with players boycotting over the shooting of Jacob Blake, a black man by police in Kenosha, Wisconsin. The Milwaukee Brewers in Cincinnati Reds won't play tonight, either. A curfew takes effect in a half hour from now on Kenosha after three nights of at times violent protest Ng Wisconsin State Attorney General Josh Call promising a thorough investigation happened yesterday. A knight. In Kenosha was despicable. A teenager arrested in Illinois accused of shooting three protesters, two of them fatally, evacuations continue along the Texas and Louisiana Gulf coast with Hurricane Laura on the way. Forecasters.
"senator kamala harris" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"W T. M. It's in Cleveland. At a news anchor. Who Was discussing Senator Kamala Harris. And Well, in all the criminal insanity of this is a dumb move. Used a reference that comes from the 19 fifties to discuss people who are black. You see, he didn't say a woman of color. He didn't say a person of color which you hear very often in, say, his world. No. What he said. You know, I could say Right now. I'm doing it uncomfortable conversations. I'm sharing something that happened. He actually referred to Kamala Harris. Has colored Holy cow. You don't know that. That's an expression. That's Antiquated that's gone. What? You're 26 years old and has 26 years old. You know, you didn't know that that was wrong. He didn't know in all the time you had to put together the story that that was wrong. You were thinking person of color, and you ended up with this. I don't know how you do that. I don't know how you do that at all. He got fired. He got fired for saying this now. I understand that you're talking to the guy. We talk about uncomfortable conversations. Who said that the Sean Jackson should not be fired from the NFL from the Philadelphia Eagles when he was putting out fake Hitler quotes and sharing videos from known anti Semite Louis Farrakhan. Louis Farrakhan is a bigot, an anti Semite. Anyone who says otherwise is lying to you. His words are on display. You can hear them and you could make the decision for yourself. He's an anti Semite. Sean Jackson is sharing this I said he should be fired. We should know what he's all about. People should understand the problem Therein. He didn't get suspended. There was a talking to Yes, a certain talking to no one got fired. I don't believe in canceled culture. And when you don't believe in canceled culture, you don't think people should be cancelled. What's the point of firing this dude? But he said his madness he didn't know Couldn't He really made a mistake and didn't see it in any part of his? That's crazy. Wouldn't he be better off in the station were better off in all this. He better off all of us. Like somehow we're involved that he'd be suspended for a week. Recognize your mistake. Come back better. Make the apology. You know what? I can't believe I did that. Shame on me. I'm back at it. Thank you, Everyone. Boom! A little grace. What would it have hurt? What's the point of firing him? And when you say to me? Oh, Tony, you're not worried about that. Well, what does that say about you? Already told you about the Sean Jackson. I didn't want him fired either, but you want to know what that says about me. Let's move to the end. Where in the N B A. There is a player by the name of Montrose. Harold. He's with the L. A Clippers. Clippers are playing the Dallas Mavericks. Luca Dong jik. Luca don check is white. Montrose. Harold is black. And as clear as day. Mantra is Harold, who had some run ins in this game with Don check. Refers to Luca Dong jik. As a Guys, you can turn down the radio if you want. Give me five seconds. Montas Harold refers to Luca Dong jik as a bitch ass white boy. Swear to God that happens in the end. Now you've got people. You recognize that this is nuts? Like commentator J. Williams, former player I am no Liberator. Damn treasure! Damn Montrose. I can only imagine if Luca don check had says something like that to you, and it got caught on tape..
"senator kamala harris" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Obama, Senator Kamala Harris. And, of course, Joe Biden, who delivers the keynote address on Thursday. The delegates will be stretched out. All across the country, and there will be a virtual roll call. And because you are gonna have those packed crowds in the audience here, they're going to be virtual watch parties for that really time reaction. This is all setting the stage for a convention like we have never seen so virtual watch parties. Is that how you get that dramatic applause then is that wanted to be delayed in like the MBA, where they have all the folks who are her online and they show their pictures and that that is entertaining. It is kind of camera, my wearing video game and stuff like that for Formula One racing to the head like the fans like waving from some of the giant monitors, So we'll see the speaker. That'll be reaction shots from like. Those like 35 year old guy's toe lived in their parentsbasement sort. That is that is that too harsh. I see that's that, depending on how they do that this weekend. How the RNC does it next week will determine if this moves forward. You know, and furniture in future years to come, because if it's so it can't just be a speech to an empty room. It just it takes all the energy out of the room. Even if the speech is great, it's just not the same. Nobody wants to give a speech in front of no audience. You're essentially just reading something and that I don't unless you're who's a great orator. I'd listen to Barack Obama reads something. He's a great orator, O R. Maya Angelou, right. Just the sound of the voice is worth the price of admission. Whatever it is, that's something I want to hear. But Any of these other folks? Quinn Mohr. I don't she a great speaker. I don't know. And I think she's somebody that plays off the audience to not have that. It's just somebody that really changes things. That might be one of the reasons why they're making these so short. Hey, You only get a couple of minutes and then we're moving on. That's the best idea ever. So what about Milwaukee? Where do we stand with all this years? Vince Vitrano, auntie em before noon. What remains to be seen what I'm gonna be watching for tonight. And prime time.
"senator kamala harris" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Help for a million's jobless because of Corona virus and whose relief checks stopped weeks ago. A lot of finger pointing but still no deal. The president those saying he's ready to deliver money to out of work. Americans direct payments. 3400 For a family afford to all Americans. Democrats are holding this. In fact, House Democrats passed a bill offering similar and even more financial aid. Three months ago, Republican controlled Senate refused to consider it and is now left town to Labor Day. Andy Field. ABC NEWS Washington An important court ruling on gun control, potentially affecting other states with similar laws. A three judge panel of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that a California law Banning magazines holding more than 10 bullets violates the constitutional right to bear arms. Talking about what it was like to be considered and picked as the Democratic vice presidential nominee, Senator Kamala Harris, to a virtual summit held by the 19th a group of women's voting rights. I don't think any of us thought of ourselves as being in competition with each other. And many of us have worked together sometimes for years, and it really was about I. I know this to be true, a pride that we all had knowing that when we were running, for example, we weren't the only woman on that stage was ones gathering in Houston, Texas to remember a murdered Texas soldier soldier Vanessa again her body in a horse drawn carriage. Five military officers leading the public memorial to honor her life and service to our country. GNC family says she was sexually harassed by a co worker. She didn't name but that she didn't report it out of fear of retaliation. But the secretary of the Army told ABC News last week that he promises to investigate the culture on one of the world's largest military installation. The listening to ABC News 5 10 at News 93.1 KFBK traffic.
"senator kamala harris" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Says Senator Kamala Harris is the perfect choice to join Joe Biden's ticket to the White House. Newsome took to Twitter shortly after the announcement and said a list of words to describe Harris, he said she's principled, brilliant, compassionate, empathetic and honest. The Pac 12 is postponing all sports through the end of the year due to Corona virus concerns. In a statement, the conference said it's Geo group made a unanimous decision after consultation with athletic directors and medical experts. When safety conditions improve. The league will consider a return to competition after January 1st impacted student athletes will have their scholarships guaranteed. I'm Nika McGaha Sacramento. Traffic from McKay Advocate Traffic Center Work on 80 across the top of town tonight with alternating lane closures from trucks, all to Norwood through 6 a.m. And from Norwood to the Dry Creek Road over crossing through 6 a.m. More work on eastbound 80 with produced lanes from Longview to the merge with Cap City Freeway. That work continues through for 30 and eastbound, 80 Watt Avenue off ramp is closed until 4 30 produced lanes on westbound 80 starting of the Dry Creek road over crossing through 5 a.m. and bridge We're going on the bride. Banbridge, 80 westbound through four AM 50 eastbound reduced lanes from fifth Street to the Cap City 99 connector through five AM traffic on the tens every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons News 93.1 Kfbk now Sacramento weather For today Warm with plenty of sunshine. Highs from 94 to 98 degrees and for tonight clear, quiet lows from 59 to 63. Turning out hot for Thursday. Plenty of sunshine my temptress from 98 to 102 degrees I'm making with meteorologist. Map ends News, 93.1 KFBK. All pillows and mattresses may look the same, but they are created equal, and the purple grid makes purples, mattresses and pillows like nothing you've ever slept on before. The purple grade is a patented comfort technology designed to neutralize body heat and provide a cooling effect. No other.
"senator kamala harris" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"California Senator Kamala Harris, picked by Joe Biden to be his running mate in an email to supporters. Biden's his Harris understands we're in a battle for the soul of this nation and need to come together and unite. In a separate tweet by notes Harris is attorney general for California work closely with Beau Biden son who was Delaware's attorney general before his death boxes. Jared Helper and former president Obama says by nailed it with the selection of Senator Harris. President Trump says she's the choice he most wanted Biden to make. Wants to raise taxes. He wants to get rid of your second Amendment. No guns for protection. No, nothing. She's a very strong in the Second Amendment getting rid of it. And very bad to the military. She wants to cut the military she wants to cut spending for the military and the vets, Senator Harris will become the first African American woman on a major party's presidential ticket. She and the former vice president scheduled to make a joint appearance in Delaware on Wednesday. President appearing on Fox's Hannity also saying the bigger issue is the fairness of the election, continuing to rail against the mass distribution of mail in ballots. That's a rigged election waiting to happen. It's rigged it everyone knows it because you can't send out 60 million mail in ballots. Everybody in the whole world knows who is getting up the president and Joe Biden winning their respective primaries in Connecticut on Tuesday in Minnesota. Congresswoman Ellen Omar has survived a primary challenge. This is a test of the emergency alert system. On traffic.
"senator kamala harris" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"I met a girl from New York City friend of free. Stater friend of mine was Dayton are a little bit. And we got into a gun control little talk, and I go New York City's where you need a gun. She goes, oh, no. You don't need a gun in New York City. There's no bears. Like there are up here New Hampshire. And I like you don't need a gun for bears. You need a gun for thieves and muggers and, you know, people who prey on those who don't have guns, better pairs up here. They just want hugs looking for. I'm going to do when I say one I'm going to run up and give it a ho that's for the city folks. Okay. They can go, they'll run. They run the other way they don't want your hugs Senator Kamala Harris democrat from California. She's a cop a false choice, which suggests that you're either in favor of the second amendment, or you wanna take everyone's gun away gone away guns wakes me in her view, then you can be in favor of the secondment and wants to take everyone's guns away, which is hardly reassuring giving that the Democrats who supposedly support the right to arms. But do not understand what it entails. And this is like, none of them address..
"senator kamala harris" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And they are undefeated on those cases they've won eleven rulings. Already. Ten more are pending out of these twenty one cases. So I think, you know, with with a lot happening unchecked in in Washington when it comes to environmental policy, California's really priding itself ability to to check the administration and the only suits against the federal government is depleting the resources of his office to fight other things he won't say. So this is this is pretty much the second largest law firm in the country. They have over fifteen hundred attorneys out there disposal. Are there things in California that? They would be focusing on if not for, you know, this litany of litigation against Trump administration. Probably. But would he acknowledge their things falling through the cracks probably not? So in your story. You have a very good explanation of how California has evolved. Just tell us how it's evolved into this fighter on the front lines. Well, if you recall in the seventies and eighties early nineties Swiss largely a red state that as recently as ninety four pass this anti immigrant proposition was deemed discriminatory was affectively stating that undocumented immigrants don't have rights to basic forms of of welfare, including healthcare federal courts turned it over and since then we've seen this reversal in terms of political ideology in the state that has made a standard bearer for progressive and left leaning politicians across the country. So let's turn to some issues within the state, for example, the future of PG any did he give you any hints? He did a little bit. We asked him if the. The attorney general would be taking legal action against PGA beyond the advice. It's given on bankruptcy. And he said, stay tuned, which I think is is more than I honestly expected him to to say, but he's working quite closely with the governor's office and figuring out a way forward not just legally. But but politically, and when we asked him what what does the state run utility? Or what does the state utility look like in the next fifteen twenty years? He said a lot different, you know, the working on trying to get smarter regulations to ensure that the issues that genius had not just from fires. But these explosions in in the bay area the last couple years become an issue of the past which he blames on on infrastructure and a lack of regulation. So there's a lot of work to be done. He said that shareholders may not be very happy about the way forward for any. Oh, so the relationship between the state attorney general and the governor is often interesting sometimes there's a little bit of a competitive element. How does he get along with the governor Gavin Newsom? Yeah. It seems like still a pretty young relationship between the two of them. They're still getting to know each other. But ideologically it appears as though their alliance, especially on immigration and climate policy. They're they're close to both of their hearts, and and want those to be priorities. Also criminal Justice reform is is a big deal for for both offices. So they seem to be largely on the same page. He didn't tip is had any real conflict between the two just yet. So his predecessor was Senator Kamala Harris, and he has a lot more of a national reputation already than she did what are his political aspirations? He said quote of the sky's the limit. I suppose read into the what you will. But he's one of. Very few AG state Agee's who still has an office in DC as you mentioned. He is a member of congress with a national profile, but he's he's kept those relationships well intact over over in congress and maintaining his presence in DC. So you know, who knows and potential come la- Harris administration, perhaps he plays a central role at this point. It's largely speculation. But he seems to to have well charted PAT's so far and and looking forward to doing more in the future. He had to battle any thing within the state, for example, any police problems or prosecutorial overreach any of those kinds of issues. You know, the biggest issue for the attorney general has been defending these these trio of sanctuary laws that they passed to ensure that employers and law enforcement aren't being forced to comply with with federal agents seeking to detain undocumented immigrants and the ninth circuit..
"senator kamala harris" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Senator Kamala Harris is visiting LA for the first time since announcing she is running for president in two thousand twenty she scheduled to speak at a couple of fundraisers this afternoon, including one in Beverly Hills. A TSA agent has fallen over a balcony at a hotel at Orlando airport James Shah was staying at the Hyatt hotel and Saudi agent fall. Maybe I mean, you can see all the security for down here. And so maybe he's observing something. I don't know. I am saying. I wish I would have at least trying to figure out if the agent fell on purpose, or if it was some sort of a diversion for another crime national security adviser, John Bolton says humanitarian aid will be sent to Venezuela. Bolton tweeted yesterday that self-proclaimed interim president one Guido had asked for the help. Bolton says, the US will transport humanitarian aid medicine surgical supplies, the nutritional supplements. Adding it's time for President Nicolas Maduro to get out of the way people will have options with plenty of Super Bowl bets. This year Vegas is offering some interesting wagers first duper bowl fifty three this weekend. They include whether or not Gladys Knight uses a microphone stand when she sings the national anthem or how many times the TV cameras showed you sell bunch and Tom Brady's wife. You can even bet on whether President Trump will congratulate the winner on Twitter as for the actual game. New England is a two and a half point favorite over the Los Angeles Rams tests about ETA. If I news we've got more flooding this time in Hawthorne on the one zero five. That's right. As the westbound.
"senator kamala harris" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Right. There might be some movement on the erection of some sort of wall. If not the use of the national emergency declaration by the president we talking about that later on. Next gas is the president and chief executive officer of the Pacific research institute, a San Francisco based think tank, please welcome back to the program. Sally pipes. Sally. Despite great efforts and migrate efforts. I think we're inching towards something that looks like Medicare for all do you not think that way? Well, I mean, it certainly, you know, if you look at the democratic race right now with California Senator Kamala Harris right out in Des Moines and saying, you know, I want to get rid of private healthcare plans. I want Medicare for all some of her aides were saying on Wednesday. Taking more. She's interested other options like the public option are people being able to buy into Medicare fifty. She came out today and say she is for Medicare for all single payer. No private coverage. And of course, she signed on early. Bernie Sanders twenty seventeen Medicare for all which would completely wipe out private healthcare in this country. Sally, but Dr Ezekiel Emanuel says that Medicare for all wouldn't cost any more than the current level of healthcare spending that we're already doing well that just isn't correct. Because as the urban institute in the Mercatus center have pointed out across the Bernie Sanders Medicare for all plan. He never talks about what it would cost or how it would be paid for. But they caught it out a more liberal any more conservative thirty two trillion dollars over ten years. That's three point two trillion ear, and they even included some reduction in administrative costs and Greg cost. But even if you've doubled all of the tax income tax, the personal income taxes and corporate tax. It would be enough to pay for this could be doubling amount of money America's fan on healthcare today from three point two, adding another three point two trillion dollars. My guess is Sally pies. President and chief executive officer of the Pacific research institute. Sally you, and I have been talking about this inch towards single payer Medicare for all for years now when you and I were first talking about the bad at the democrat did it on the down low. They kind of said it privately. Now, they now they just full-throatedly embrace Medicare for all. And it's very interesting because I think there is a coming battle between the more old school, moderate Democrats, and it's very progressive liberal wing. Kamala harris. This morning. The Senator from Massachusetts, Kristen gillibrand Jerry's all these people are really pushing the head of the democratic leadership council, but you're Peres said, no, he's going to get all the Democrats on board with Medicare for all the American people need to know, I'm Canadian I grew up under a single payer. No private coverage allowed. We will have just like in Canada long. Wait where the average Canadian wait five months since the a primary care doctor getting treatment by a special care seniors will have their care rationed big tax increases, doc shortages, Sally parts, is it not true that the man that conceived what eventually became the Canadian healthcare system later on regretted that he did not inject private sector competition. Well, they're one of the the minister Quebec clod kept on gay. Right. He did say that. But the founder of the whole Canadian help there's very social tap. A Scott called Tommy Douglas who started this whole thing into scotch. And he was. Made by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, the country's public Broadcasting Corporation candidate the greatest Canadian. And of course, how can you say that when you have all of these people on waiting lists and people like quad gay saying, you know, this was not allowing a private option like they did with the national health service. Ten percent of Britons hide care, but the waiting list in England, the shortage of one hundred thousand health professionals doctors, nurses, and healthcare providers. This will this has happened in Canada, and it will happen in this country. So when you're telling in your in these plans Bernie Sanders plan, and what Kamala Harris, well, we'll cut costs by paying doctors forty percent below what they're paid today. They'll be paid rates by Medicare dot best. I was going to retire early to your patients or end the best and the brightest kids. They're not gonna go into medicine when they're in a civil servant working for the post office. The DMV Sally, isn't that already happening? Aren't a lot of people? Now a turned off. From the the medical profession are having a lot of doctors already retired early because of ObamaCare own doctor retired early and he said a letter saying I can't cope with all of these 'electronic health benefit mandates from ObamaCare and all the regulations. This is happening. A lot with dot Partido could've fifty and over. So we're developing shortage, even before the just under ObamaCare, which I always felt that president of honest, Affordable Care Act was a stepping stone to single payer. Well, they said it out loud. Harry Reid said it in an interview with Las Vegas a newspaper. Howard Dean said it said that it was a step towards a single pair, which is what they want. They knew they couldn't get it in one cell. They said they said, it wasn't covered the great deal. But they certainly said it, you know, it's a sign of the times. Sally pipe you. And I are referring to people like Howard Schultz who wants to embrace and improve ObamaCare as a moderate and people that want Medicare for all as radical. I remember a time when when ObamaCare with. Medical. Yes. Exactly. And how Howard Schultz who sounded Starbucks? He Michael Bloomberg are kind of you know, I don't know whether they're going to enter the race for president or not. But I think they're becoming a little bit nervous about this old Medicare for all my saying, well, you know, we need to improve on ObamaCare. What you do is. You know, added a public option which would be a government healthcare plan that would compete with private insurance and the exchange of well, Larry, it's obvious if there's a government healthcare plan competing with private insurance, they will price lower and therefore that'll be slow crowd out private insurance in this country. It's a slower to get to Medicare for all solid pipes president and chief executive officer Pacific research institute is always tell you. Thank you very much for taking the time. Thanks, very you got it. Here we come back border security Nancy Pelosi said there will be no money for a border wall in the legislation..
"senator kamala harris" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"The Howie Carr show. Grayson I broadcasting today from Boca Raton Newsmax headquarters in Florida, and we're we're warm and toasty. And if you're if you're not in the upper midwest or even the England did not not quite as cold and wing one, but the upper mid west, you know, we understand we feel your pain. I know that sounds insincere. But we mean it the by the way D D notice that when someone says as Harris, did let's move on or Alexandria, Cossio Cortez says it's inevitable. That means I don't want to argue about it. I really I really can't defend that. So stop it. I really liked that answer. I wish I had had that in school because teachers used to press me for reading questions, I didn't do the reading if I had known. I could just say, you know, what mismile again, let's move on from this. It's inevitable. Let's move on. It's an elder all the shows get the the the school. We're going to the Bell's going to ring at two thirty three o'clock. And then I'll I'll go home on the bus. So it's inevitable. So stop hassling me. All right. Eight four four five hundred forty two forty two that is the toll free number of the Howie Carr show. And we talked a lot yesterday about Senator Kamala Harris is amazing comment that she just wants to abolish the entire private healthcare industry in the United States of America and put everybody in in single payer. I guess you'd call it single payer, but it just means single line ration care, and when when she was called out on it by by one of a Clinton operative named Jake tapper. She just said, let's move on. And so then she then she backed off of it. And then when she backed off of it after people like Senator Durbin from Illinois, the number two guy, a democrat in the Senate, and Tim Kaine from Virginia who was Hillary Clinton's running mate three years ago when they started criticizing or she backed off of it. And then. She took heat for backing off of it. And so she she retracted the retraction that's the that's the situation he should perhaps. Now, she is retracted the retraction of the retraction. But I don't know. But we wanted to bring in a guy who's written a really great book on American healthcare, and he's a neurologist and in Wellesleys men on the show repeatedly Dr Peter Warrener, and he runs CMS multispecialty clinic in Wellesley, and you know, we all understand in our bones. How ridiculous it is for her to talk about this single payer. And you know, every everything is free. But we wanted to bring in Dr Warner just for a more reasoned. Critique somebody who's in the healthcare industry. Dr Warner thanks for being with us here on the Howie Carr show. How he thanks for having me on again, it seems this book that I wrote it's over two and a half years now, and it's more relevant now than ever some of the predictions. I made back then are just coming true one after the other and this nonsense of communist healthcare, socialized healthcare, the concept that somehow healthcare can be free. You know, someone's got to pay for it, and someone's got to administer it, you know, doctors, nurses, hospitals, etc. And the government is the last entity that I would want involved in my healthcare, and they're increasingly inserting themselves in between the patient and doctor and we've got to stop this. Well, among the among us, not many nonsensical things that you were saying the other night was that there's just too much paperwork. From the from the. Health insurers, so we'll get a turn it over to the government. So there won't be any paperwork. I mean, why don't you give us a critique on that ridiculous statement that the cell? Oh my goodness. That's that's ridiculous. So yeah, there's some paperwork that we have to go through four private insurance. Get prior authorizations. I it's it's not great. But it's doable. But when it comes to the federal government and getting prior authorizations, it's much worse is a higher rate of denials on all ends, you know, not just to the patient. But also to the doctor, you know, it was interesting this government shutdown where federal workers were not going paid for for a few weeks. This happens to doctors and health care clinics. All the time if Medicare just decide they don't wanna pay you for a few months, they just don't pay you, and they can go on for six months a year, and we just have to survive on our own. This happens all the time and if not for private insurance companies paying us on time. And I'm not talking salaries this, you know, this goes to reimburse all types of healthcare. You know, the the MRI that you'll get the blood tests that you need the medications that you need those reimbursements come in timely fashion from pretty much even the worst of the commercial private healthcare insurance. These do not come in a timely fashion or at all coming from the government, Medicare, Medicaid, and and what about the FDA? I mean, look at the paperwork that they require for for the for the most mundane new drugs, right? She doesn't know what she's talking about. Yeah. It will destroy healthcare one of the the slippery slopes that we're seeing and it's accelerating is this concept of healthcare provider. I hate that term. It's no longer your doctor healthcare is not being delivered by doctors anymore. It is being given by providers. And that and what is defined as a provider is changing all the time. I want to go off on a tangent. And it's something I know you've been covering is this this new abortion law in New York state and the one that's pending in Virginia. They're all jumping on these. You know, the the this train to legalize infanticide. Basically. You took the words out of my mouth. I was gonna say infanticide. And the way they're getting around us because I think they know a lot of doctors medical doctors MD's won't cooperate with does. So I in the New York law at least it's built in that a provider can do this procedure. Now what in the world is that? And and they're leaving it very vague on how they're going to define what a provider as you know. So your your your next door. Neighbor can come in and do it for you. And. I used to say they had to legalize abortion because people in back alleys, we're using coathangers. So now now they're saying that's a provider. Right. Somebody in a back alley right? If you and if you read which I did today, the one in New York, most of it is all about how these people who the providers who provide that infanticide will not be criminally prosecuted for murder, which it is. So wh what about what about all the teenagers who give give birth and, you know, in the back of a car, and then drop the drop the kid off in a at a dumper a garbage can I mean, are they are they now health service providers is that is that the way it's going to be in New York Virginia, Rhode Island, these states that are that are legalizing this procedure thinking about it. I suppose that's going to be a loophole where it could be interpreted where you can be your own provider. Why not? Get your own abortion. So Dr Warner I mean, who is going to be who's to want to become a doctor if the if there if this this Kamala, Harris, Bernie Sanders dream, come true of of free healthcare for all. And everyone has to be treated, and you know, what worry about paying it later on. Well, you know, the history of being a doctor so many people want to be a doctor. So I think you're not going to have a shortage of people lining up to be doctors. But you're not going to get good or competent doctors are knowledgeable doctors or doctors who will appropriately make independent decisions on your behalf. You'll get people who will be healthcare providers that will do what the government tells them to do according to Algren interested in it. You know, it's all in my book the art of American healthcare that was written over three years ago published two and a half years ago. And I predicted that this was going to happen and it's unfolding quickly. This is terrible. I wish there's some way to stop this. You know, I'm one of your patients your neurologist, and you know, you you go out of your way to find the right drugs that people need. I mean, the the under this system where where everybody is getting so-called free health care. You're not you're not gonna be no one's going to be able to provide the. Kind of the kind of treatment that you offer people. Now, I'm not just you know, stroking your ego, doctor, I mean, that's the that's the reality. You know, there's nothing more expensive than free anything, right? This goes back to what you're saying goes back to when President Obama made that speech about the blue the blue pill in the red pill and. That is going on has been going on. But what the healthcare insurance companies big pharmacies, the pharmacist the federal government through Medicare and Medicaid mandates and the elements of ObamaCare, it's forcing substitution of medications. Even if is a physician tried to prescribe a certain medication there are so many forces that will interject and change that prescription not just to a generic. But to a generic of something else that is happens to be the cheapest thing valuable that particular month on on what's called the formularies. And it may have nothing to do with what I want that patient to have or what I think is best for that patient. So it's time for everyone to get out of the exam room and let the doctors and patients, you know. You just have it be a private transaction between the doctor and the patient you if you don't recall what Dr Warner was talking about what the blue pill, Barack Obama at one point said. And and and I believe I believe doctor Emmanuel has talked about this to a degree his his health adviser. You know that at some point, you know, you get to a certain age, you don't really need to have that kind of treatment. You don't need that hip replacement. If you're seventy five eighty per perhaps, the best thing to do is to give someone a prescription from some blue pills and send them home. I mean. And the. That's basically you golfing. The one on the one end of the spectrum to euthanasia on the other end. Right. Well, let's go out. Let's go off on the opioid crisis. Who created that wasn't doctors prescribing pain medicines for patients, it was the federal and state governments mandating that doctors must right pain medication pills if any patient complaint being in pain, otherwise they would be penalized by not receiving money or having money taken away from them under federal government and state government mandates and so doctors just were forced to write prescriptions when it was not in their conscience to do. So or even what they thought in the patient's best interest to do. So and. For the opioid crisis. It's ridiculous. But we gotta weird. We got to end it right here. Dr warner. It's always great to have you on the show. Again. I I recommend your book highly the art of American healthcare, you can still buy it on Amazon and he runs a CNS multispecialty clinic in Wellesley, Massachusetts. We'll have you want again. Dr Warner is this insanity continues here on so many different levels of American healthcare. Thanks for being with us. 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