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Fresh update on "senator ted cruz" discussed on Bloomberg Law

Bloomberg Law

00:20 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "senator ted cruz" discussed on Bloomberg Law

"Reed was just days away from being executed when he got a stay from Texas top court, Reid has been on death row for decades for the murder of Stacey stites. He's maintained his innocence through the years, and his case has gained national attention with support from celebrities and lawmakers as diverse as Kim Kardashian and senator Ted Cruz. Reed says a DNA test on the murder weapon, a belt that was used to strangle sites will prove his innocence, but the state of Texas has refused. Now whether he's executed could hinge on a decision by the Supreme Court on a technical issue, whether he filed his appeal to the federal courts too late. Joining me is Bloomberg law reporter Jordan Rubin. Jordan, tell us a little bit about read. Ronnie Reed has been on death row since 1998. He was convicted and sentenced to death for the 1996 murder of Stacey stites and Rita has maintained his innocence throughout and the latest issue that's brought his case to Supreme Court arguments is his attempt to get DNA testing on crime scene evidence, including the belt that strangled sites. This crucial piece of evidence was not tested, the state has reasons that it says it thinks that testing might not show anything, but in any event the state is resisting testing and that's what has led to Rodney Reeves lawsuit to try to force the state to do that testing. And it's the latest in the line of cases where there's a person who's claiming innocence and there's some evidence trending in that direction that has gotten the attention of people beyond just the legal community. Yeah, it's sort of echoes the case against adnan syed. That's gotten so much attention. So this is a federal civil rights claim? That's right. So what happened is this in trying to get DNA testing, Rodney Reed pursued that claim in the state court, but that claim was denied at the trial court level and then up through the state criminal appeals court. And so after that denial, Rodney Reed then filed a federal civil rights claim challenging the denial on the state level, saying that those state processes violated his due process. And so that's the crux of his federal claim. The problem is that Texas is saying that he waited too long to bring the claim. So the question at the Supreme Court is when the statute of limitations starts to run for a federal claim that state DNA testing procedures violated due process. Does it start to run when the state trial court denies testing or does it start to run when the state appeals process has played out? And so it's this very technical sort of question that one might be tempted to get lost in, but it's a crucial question. The answer could depend on whether Rodney Reed and others who are claiming innocence can get DNA testing in these types of cases. Was there any talk at all during the oral arguments about the fact that he claims he's innocent and the DNA test could possibly clear him? It's hard to see why you wouldn't give someone a DNA test. Right. So in terms of kind of the reality of the case, that wasn't the subject of the arguments. And that's often the case at the Supreme Court. Nonetheless, three lawyers certainly didn't mention the innocence aspect during the arguments, but there wasn't really this straight up question posed to Texas of why don't you just do the test that they're really focused more on the technical issue as is often the case at the court. Could you read where the justices were on this issue at all? I definitely saw justice is on both sides of the issue, for example, justice Thomas seems. The most likely to vote with the state is questions of both sides was the same, which was what liberty interest was read even deprived of in the first instance and who deprived him of it, but he was kind of on his own with that. Most of the justices were more so grappling with the crux of the issue that was presented in the case. But I really didn't get a sense that there was a majority coalescing around any particular answer to this question, at least at the argument. So it's another one of these where we're going to have to wait and see. I do think that read has a shot, although you really never know at the court because we're talking about a death row inmate and the court has been very skeptical of claims coming from death row. So

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"senator ted cruz" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:33 min | 3 weeks ago

"senator ted cruz" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"I could not be more excited, and I think the reason is agenda of the radical left is such a disaster. People are ready to change the password. I think you're right. And I think we're going to shock the world in certain states, including here in Arizona. I think Blake masters is going to pull it out, and by the way, Arizona libertarian candidate drops out of race and endorses Blake masters. Senator, you've been very clear for years that we need a coalition of libertarians, conservatives, and traditional Republicans. I'm not a libertarian on a lot of issues, but I agree with them on size and scope of government and overreach of the national security apparatus and gun laws. Can you talk about that as we close out our conversation here, senator about how that coalition is going to need to materialize for victory a week from today? Listen, I agree with you that we need a broad coalition when it comes to libertarians. I'm not a full on libertarian. I'm a conservative, but I'm a conservative for libertarian reasons. And I think if you look at my voting record, I'm one of the three most libertarian senators in the Senate. Myself, Rand Paul and Mike Lee are pretty clearly the three most libertarian. Senators, I believe, number one, an individual liberty. I believe in small government. I believe in small businesses, I believe it's low taxes, I believe in low regulations. I believe in government staying the hell out of our lives. That means vigorously protecting free speech. That means stopping censorship of free speech. That means protecting the Second Amendment vigorously. That means protecting against unreasonable searches and seizures. You know, all the liberals cheering the FBI, raiding Donald Trump's home. That was an abuse of power. It's what I talk about in the book justice corrupted is, is the left uses power to target their enemies. I believe in civil liberties. I believe in protecting our rights, government is bad. Why do they want 87,000 new IRS agents to harass and harangue and target and go after you. The left supports government power and my view is we ought to have a coalition of everyone who values liberty standing together. By the way, I agree with you in Arizona. I think Carrie Lake is going to win. I think Blake masters is going to win. I did rallies with both Carrie and Blake and also with Eli crane who's going to get elected to Congress that who's going to be a great new congressman as well. Navy seal, strong lover of liberty. I think we need to be supporting people who know what they believe number one. People who can win number two. But people who will be warriors because I'll tell you Charlie once we win the majority, that's when the fight really starts because you and I both know they're going to be members of Republican leadership who are scared to fight and if we want the majorities to fight, we need to elect warriors to their own shadows. That's right. Justice corrupted how the left weaponized our legal system by senator Ted Cruz senator, thank you for all the hard work. You don't have to be working as hard as you have been on the campaign trail this cycle. It is noticed and it will make a difference. Senator hope to see you soon and thank you for always speaking at our turning point events that does really mean a lot to us. You always step up for us. So thank you, senator for your time today. Well, you guys do it amazing job, and I appreciate your Charlie and keep working to turn everyone out on election day. Amen. Thanks so much for listening, everybody. Email me your thoughts is always freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. Thank you so much for listening. God bless. For more, on many of these stories and news you can trust. Go to Charlie Kirk dot com..

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"senator ted cruz" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

04:16 min | 3 weeks ago

"senator ted cruz" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Theory. It's at the heart of what Democrats believe today. That is well said. Rents are soaring at unprecedented highs. If you're renting or have a friend or family member that is now is a great time to make the move to home ownership. Look, you gotta own renting, that's great reset stuff. Andrew del Rey and Todd akin at Sierra Pacific mortgage have helped so many people make that leap from renting to owning, with lots of programs that offer first time buyers, assistance with little to no down payment needed. I encourage you right now to visit my buddies, their website, their great guys, their Christians, their conservatives, they love the lord, Andrew and Todd dot com right now. The thing I love about these guys is it's not about the transaction. They're helping you create a plan to help you reach your goals. Give them a call or go to their website Andrew and Todd dot com with today's still historically low interest rates. It's easier than you think to become a homeowner, I've relied on them and producer Andrew has as well. I highly recommend you take action now and if you know someone paying rent, tell them about Andrew and Todd go to Andrew and Todd dot com and tell them the Charlie Kirk show sent you. Senator, the great state of Texas, Robert Francis o'rourke. The question really is how much is he going to lose by right now? 9 points. 9 points. Okay, over under 9 points. And so talk about the race in Texas though, do you think that there might be a chance that the out of state liberals are going to get a little demoralized because the more they spend in Texas, actually, the margins are increasing. Well, that's true. And look, there's a mix of people coming to Texas. There are some people there in California, New York, Connecticut, New Jersey, and they're fed up. They can't stand the liberals. They can't stand the left wing policies. And they decide they want to get out. And they look across the country. They decide, where do they want to go? And they pick Texas. And the data show those folks actually are more conservative than the median voter in Texas. They show up. They buy a pickup truck and boots and a hat and a gun, and they're fantastic. And I call those folks refugees for freedom. We want them here in Texas. Amen. There is another group that worries me and it's a company that transfers to Texas and moves all of its employees and those. That's right. Often they haven't made the choice that many of them still vote like where they came from. We've got both. Senator you've been traveling a lot for the midterms. What are the races that you're especially looking at in the last week here, not just to win Republican seats, but to win constitutional conservatives. I know you and I are both very invested in making sure senator Mike Lee beats Evan mcmuffin mcmullin. What are the other races you're looking at? Well, I think Mike Lee's race is critically important. I would encourage folks listening, go to Michael Lee's website and make a contribution because the Democrats are trying to really steal that race by deceiving the voters of Utah. And it is, it is uncomfortably close. I will say more broadly though. I am incredibly optimistic about election day. I think we're going to see a red tsunami. I think we're going to retake both houses. I think we could come out of the house with 30, 40, even 50 seat majority. And I think in the Senate, my number, I think we're going to come come out either with 53 or 54 Republicans in the Senate. And so Charlie, I've spent the last month on a 17 state national bus tour. Doing events, I'm not on the ballot this time around, so I'm spending all my time trying to help others trying to help elect candidates for Senate candidates for the House. So we started in Texas, did four rallies in Texas. One of the things I'm really excited about is the Rio Grande valley. I think we're going to elect three Republicans all latinas, all Hispanic women in the Rio Grande valley. That is a big deal and a generational change from South Texas. We went to New Mexico, then to Arizona, then to Nevada, then to Utah, then to Kansas, then the Missouri, then the Maryland, then the Ohio, then the Iowa, then the Virginia, then to Tennessee, then the North Carolina, then the Georgia, then the Florida, then back to Texas. I'm heading to Oklahoma today. I'm heading to Michigan tomorrow and then back to Texas for the final event of the bus tour. And I think we've got a chance to win all across the country..

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"senator ted cruz" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:22 min | 3 weeks ago

"senator ted cruz" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Trump. One of the things I talk about in the book justice corrupted is the meeting in the Oval Office on January 5th, 2017. With Barack Obama, Joe Biden, the head of the FBI, the CIA and the DoJ. This is 15 days before Trump would be sworn in as president and in the Oval Office, they agreed together to go after Trump to attack him and for four years of the Trump presidency. These partisans tried to destroy Donald Trump personally and tried to destroy the Trump agenda. And now Charlie under Joe Biden, it is metastasized. It is out in the open. They're not hiding it anymore. They view the machinery of government as the stormtroopers for the DNC and their partisan agenda. That is so well said the book is justice corrupted. I want to encourage our entire audience to pick up a copy of that. Senator, one of the chapters you talk about here is about the IRS coming knocking. You know, there's a lot of vulnerable Democrat senators right now, including Raphael Warnock and Mark Kelly, who run the hills every time you mentioned they voted for 87,000 new IRS agents with now how we see DHS operate with backend access to Facebook. I mean, is it inconceivable that the IRS might one day be able to get back into access to TurboTax or to other information warrantless ability information? That might sound outrageous or outlandish, but I don't trust this government at all. Talk about the expansion of the IRS and how you articulate that in your book justice corrupted. Well, as you noted, the Democrats just rammed through a bill authorizing 87,000 new IRS agents special agents who can carry guns who can come knock down your door and that is designed to target and harass and go after you. And you know, when you talk about the IRS wanting visibility into your financial transactions, remember Bernie Sanders build back better plan that Joe Biden put as his number one priority. Part of that was requiring financial institutions to report every transaction of $600 or more. To the Department of the Treasury. Every single one. That means your rent, unless you've got a really good deal on rent, you're probably paying more than 600 bucks a month for rent. If that's the case, every single financial transaction, maybe your car note, heck, give the Democrats another year or two. It might be filling up a tank of gas. I mean, they wanted that power that came very close to getting it. I believe when we take the majorities and I think we're going to take both the House and the Senate a week from today. When we do that, I think one of the very first priorities needs to be defunding those 87,000 new IRS agents. I think right after that, we need to impeach Alejandro mayorkas, the secretary of Homeland Security. Yes. And right after that, we need to impeach Merrick Garland for politicizing and abusing the Department of Justice and the FBI. Yeah, I think that's so smart. And we've said on the program, I don't think endorsing Joe Biden. I don't think that's a good use of time. Honestly, I think it's fine with political theater. But going after the deep state, that middle band is so important, right? I mean, they could replace Joe Biden with anybody, but mayorkas and Garland, you have to show the world that there is a check and balance on the deep state and in that bureaucracy..

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"senator ted cruz" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

04:34 min | 3 weeks ago

"senator ted cruz" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Hey, Charlie Kirk here, when it comes to liberals in Congress, there's no way they would accept term limits on themselves. And yet now they're fighting tooth and nail to impose term limits on Supreme Court Justices. Term limits for thee, but not for me. Sounds completely hypocritical. Of course it is. But since when has that ever been a problem for the American left? They do whatever they want to try to seize more power, even if it means purging the Supreme Court of its most experienced justices, to no one's surprise, their new court purging scheme would remove long serving amazing justices, like the super brilliant clarence Thomas and the courageous Samuel Alito. They would then replace these new justices with a rubber stamp and their radical agenda. Since Democrats are working hard to pass court purging with term limits, we need to work even harder to stop it, or the Supreme Court is we know it will never be the same. If you care about the integrity of the Supreme Court and don't want to see it taken over by political hacks, go to supreme coup dot com. That is supreme C OUP dot com. With us right now is one of the few good senators in the U.S. Senate and he's fighting for liberty and freedom in America. Every single day at senator Ted Cruz, senator, welcome back to the program. I know that you have a new book. I want to make sure we mention that and we get to that it is justice corrupted how the left weaponized our legal system, which actually somewhat ties together tangentially with one of the stories we want to talk about, but make sure you check out a copy of senator Ted Cruz's new book justice corrupted. Senator yesterday, it was revealed that the Department of Homeland Security has backend access to Facebook, a portal to be able to request Facebook to censor stories they don't like around racial justice and other issues. Senator, what is your reaction? Well, I wish I could say I was shocked, but I'm not shocked. We have seen this more and more with the federal government corruptly getting into bed with big tech. We now know also that the FBI was actively urging big tech to censor the story about Hunter Biden's laptop. And they were doing it that the FBI told big tech that that was Russian disinformation. That was totally false. We now know the story about Hunter Biden's laptop was true. It was accurate and big tech censored it forced the corporate media to censor it. And it was actively at the behest of the FBI. And that's really what the book is all about. It is about how Barack Obama and now Joe Biden have politicized and weaponized the Department of Justice and the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI and the IRS and they've turned them into weapons to target their political enemies and it is a profound threat, not just to the rule of law, but to individual liberty of all of us. And what is so interesting senator about this DHS story is in the leaked documents, they kind of self appointed themselves a role, and I mean, you are one of the more articulate the most articulate person I should say on the idea of separation of powers, but also congressional oversight. And these bureaucracies, the fourth branch of government, they kind of do whatever they want. So senator, I mean, you're on a lot of these committees. You vote on a lot of these bills. Since when did these agencies get permission or inform you that they were going to be involved directly in election meddling of information? I mean, do they just get to chart their own path now? This is outrageous. Well, they haven't. And they largely defy Congress. And if you look at the history of it, if you go back, the book justice corrupted starts with Richard Nixon. And Nixon tried to do this. He tried to use DoJ and the IRS, the FBI to go after his political enemies, by and large the system worked by and large the system resisted being politicized and Nixon resigned in disgrace. Well, what Nixon tried to do, Obama succeeded in doing. And he directed the IRS to target Tea Party groups to target conservative groups and pro life groups and pro Israel groups. They went after them. They persecuted them, then DoJ blocked investigations into them, defied Congress refused to prosecute contempt of Congress. And after 8 years of deep politicization of the federal agencies, what happened is these hardcore partisans burrowed into senior career positions at the agencies. And when Trump became president, the deep state waged war on.

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The Ongoing War Against the ‘Disinformation Police’

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:56 min | 3 weeks ago

The Ongoing War Against the ‘Disinformation Police’

"Story is remarkable. Somebody said Charlie, we knew this all along. No, we really didn't actually. We did not know the depth and the complexity and how blatant they are. So look, here's the big takeaway. We created a vast national security bureaucracy. And they're always going to try to justify their existence. So people like Lindsey Graham and senator blumenthal and senator Murphy that kind of uni party defender defense of the national security state, they're always saying, well, you know, terrorists could be around the corner. The problem is, what happens when you have a supply and demand problem with terrorists? Well, then you have to go find new terrorists. If all of a sudden, America doesn't have as many terrorists as you think we do, and ISIS and Al-Qaeda are not as strong as they used to be, but then you've got to go find new terrorists. And those terrorists just happen to be right wingers. So terrorism has faded in the traditional sense. And thanks to left wing politics, we aren't allowed to care about our border, so they've turned on the easiest target. Imaginable. DHS, by the way, should we focus on the invasion of our country 2 million people coming into America? Not worried about whether or not someone is challenging that we send aid to Ukraine or wondering, hey, are we really systemically racist? Policing free speech, monitoring speech, spying on the public and targeting etern internal American dissidents is the new focus of this regime. So the only fix to this is admitting an acknowledging we made a mistake when we passed the Patriot Act, we made a mistake when we put the DHS into power. We need to tear down these organizations quickly because we never needed them in the first place.

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How the DHS Became the KGB

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:24 min | 3 weeks ago

How the DHS Became the KGB

"An FBI official described to the intercept intercept being reassigned this year from the bureau's international terrorism division where they worked on things like Al-Qaeda and ISIS to the domestic terrorism division to investigate Americans. Their job involves penetrating online chat rooms and discussions to disrupt them. Now we are always talked about the famous we talked a lot about the famous disinformation governance board. When DHS announced and then quickly shut it down. But even though the board was shut down, its mission continues through other pernicious avenues. Immigration custom enforcement border patrol Secret Service they now all have their own anti disinformation components. The government using your taxpayer dollars without congressional oversight without congressional consent on a daily basis is no longer focused on ISIS or Al-Qaeda. No, they're using the terror apparatus that was built post 9 11 to go after you. Maga supporters, America first, conservatives, freedom lovers, this entire apparatus is for shredding the First Amendment, policing speech, and they are inserting and intervening into the distribution of information. How is this legal? And the answer is it really isn't.

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Leaked Documents Outline DHS's Plans to Police Disinformation

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:21 min | 3 weeks ago

Leaked Documents Outline DHS's Plans to Police Disinformation

"There was a massive story. That quite honestly, we should have covered yesterday. And we're going to lead with it. It is a story that should be dominating the entire news cycle. It's a story that thanks to the intercept, we have learned some incredibly consequential information about the Department of Homeland Security. So let's just kind of first set our terms. What is the Department of Homeland Security? DHS is a branch of government that was founded after 9 11. I believe completely unnecessarily. DHS was duplicative in some ways. TSA is under DHS border patrols under DHS. It was just another branch of government that at first was sold to us as being able to go after the terrorists. But in reality, DHS is actually here to go after us. So all of this new information that we have about Department of Homeland Security again, this should be the number one news story in the country. Not the Pelosi story, not even the polling story. This right here should make the midterms even more important than ever before. So the intercept, which is a rather effective website I have to say. They used a mixture of leaked documents and materials obtained through recent lawsuits found that the Department of Homeland Security is actively engaged in colluding with social media companies to police your speech. So now that the war on terror is over and is basically gone away, DHS doesn't close shop and fire their employees or go focus on something else. No, this is the permanent domestic surveillance industrial complex. You see, DHS has now pivoted to a new self appointed mission. Congress never gave them this mission. We never voted on it. This is the fourth branch of government just gone awry. Their self appointed mission of fighting toxic narratives online, assisted by the FBI. Now, the two have been holding by weekly meetings without any knowledge from Congress or other people, which makes really makes you wonder what is Congress doing all day long with media outlets. Since the 2020 election, that's right. The FBI and the Department of Homeland Security have been actively holding meetings with media companies.

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Karoline Leavitt: Very Appreciative of Endorsements Including Trump

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:26 min | Last month

Karoline Leavitt: Very Appreciative of Endorsements Including Trump

"Won a huge, huge victory in the Republican primary winning 34.4% of the vote. Your nearest competitor 25.2%, you have earned endorsements from a number of big names in Congress including congressman Jim Jordan, who's about to be on the program a little bit later today and also senator Ted Cruz, and the big kahuna himself, former president Trump, how big was that endorsement for you? Well, I'm pleased to have that endorsement. I'm pleased to have the support of the wonderful leaders that you just mentioned and we are one unified Republican Party now heading into this November 8th general election. I'm really humbled by the outpouring of support I've received from the party, but more importantly from voters, not just in New Hampshire, but across the country. We have a grassroots war as they've raised more than $3 million since launching this effort and it's all come from a great people across my state and across every state that recognize we need change. So we are welcoming everyone on board. It's proud to have worked in president Trump's White House. We have a lot of forever trumpers on our team, but they surprise you. We got them never trumpers on our team as well. That's what this is at stake in this election. Dire consequences over the past few years are really driving people to our movement and I know we're going to win and we're going to see a massive tidal wave. A red tidal wave take over this country on the November 8th.

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Senator Ted Cruz Braves 'The View' With His New Book

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:45 min | Last month

Senator Ted Cruz Braves 'The View' With His New Book

"Back, America. If you have seen a clip of yesterday's interview with Ted Cruz on the view about his brand new book, justice corrupted, then you will know that justice corrupted God help by that book a lot, even though every host on the view was hostile to senator Cruz, he joins me now. Good morning, senator, welcome back to the yu yu at show. Good morning, great to be with you. You know, you flunked the lunch law yesterday. The rule of lunch is you've got to say the title of the book 7 times in any media segment. So you got to say justice corrupted like, but I don't think they let you talk. I mean, what was that all about? Look, it was certainly going into the lion's den, but you know, I think there's also value. I think as conservatives, we spend too much time preaching to the choir. I think the choir needs love, but I think we need to spend a lot more time talking to young people talking to Hispanics, talking to African Americans, talking to suburban moms, all of whom are paying the price for the disastrous path we're on. And so I went on the view. Not to convince the host. I don't think they're convincing, but to try to convince the folks who are watching and to have them understand a different perspective, which this book, justice corrupted justice corrupted. That's two of my 7. I got 5 to go. Is all about how Barack Obama and subsequently Joe Biden have turned the Department of Justice and the FBI and the IRS and the federal government in the political weapons to attack their enemies. And that's dangerous for anyone who cares about the rule of law. If anyone cares about individual liberty, having the machinery of government turned into a political weapon results in a really dangerous outcome and I hope at least some of the folks watching the show heard that. Maybe for the first time yesterday. Well,

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Climate Change Protesters Interrupt Ted Cruz Appearance on 'The View'

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:26 min | Last month

Climate Change Protesters Interrupt Ted Cruz Appearance on 'The View'

"There is chaos going on over the view right now. The squawking magpies. I want to play some audio here. Senator Ted Cruz is on the program and he is going at it. He is verbally smacking around those gals in the meantime, there are a bunch of protesters who were in the audience. Let's take a listen to what happened. Explained in the United States inflation has one cause in one cause. Inflation in the United States has one cause and one cause of it. And that is when the federal government spends too much money. Okay. We have seen trillions and trillions of dollars spent by Joe Biden and the Democrats. Just last year, last year the federal government took in 4 trillion dollars in tax revenues. Most flooding in history we've ever taken in. The problem is we spent nearly $7 trillion and that's what we do cover climate change. Ladies, ladies, excuse us. Let us do our job. Let us do our job. We here what you have to say but you got to go. You're working protesting you. Let us do our job. I couldn't even hear what they were protesting. Thank you. All that. Testosterone. Whoo. Mercy.

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Biden: Nearly 22M have already requested student loan relief

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last month

Biden: Nearly 22M have already requested student loan relief

"President Biden says his student loan relief program is off to a strong start In the weeks since the application went online the president says more than half the people whom The White House believes are eligible for relief have signed up Just close to 22 million people have already given us information He says it's easy The vast majority are applying on their phones At Delaware state university a historically black school where the majority of students get federal pell grants the president urged more to sign up and rip Republicans who've criticized the program including some who got COVID loan forgiveness He called out GOP senator Ted Cruz who says some student loan relief beneficiaries are slackers Who in the hell do they think they are Sagar Meghani Washington

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The Battleground Talkers Tour Kicks Off

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:35 min | Last month

The Battleground Talkers Tour Kicks Off

"I just found out that Doctor Oz is going to be with us in Philly and Pittsburgh on our battleground talkers tour, which will be great to have mehmet Oz on stage with us. The Salem talkers, Hugh Hewitt, Sebastien gorka, Dennis prager, Charlie Kirk, Brandon Tatum, Eric metaxas, yours truly Mike Gallagher, we're going to be going from city to city, state to state. I'm in Detroit tonight for a big event over in Troy at the San Marino club. From here, we go to Tampa Sunday afternoon. We're in Tampa. Senator Ted Cruz will be on stage with us in Tampa, then we go to Orlando, on to Atlanta, big battle in Georgia will be all over the Herschel Walker, Rafael Warnock race there, among others, from Georgia, we go off to, where is it? Then we go to Pennsylvania, right? Pittsburgh and Philly with Doctor Oz, then we go to Columbus, Ohio, JD Vance will be with us at the talker's battleground tour there, and then we're going off to Phoenix, where Blake masters will appear with us as the featured speaker. You're going to want to come to these events if you're in any of these cities, go to battleground tour dot com to order your tickets, starting tonight with the event at the San Marino club in Troy. My friend and colleague Hugh Hewitt and I will be there along with a lot of special guests and you in person I hope battleground tour dot com. I think you could also get tickets at the station website, which is patriot Detroit dot com for tickets. Patriot Detroit dot com.

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Join Us & Special Guests for the Battleground Talkers Tour

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:52 min | Last month

Join Us & Special Guests for the Battleground Talkers Tour

"Doctor Oz is better he's got to be careful. He's going to join us incidentally on this battleground talkers tour, which is really cool. We have two stops in Pennsylvania next week. A week from today, Wednesday, October 19th at the fuge. Doctor Oz is the main speaker. Doctor mehmet Oz Senate candidate in Pennsylvania will be with Christian de Gaulle, the great local host on a.m. 9 90 the answer. Sebastian gorka, Dennis prager, yours truly Mike Gallagher, we're all going to be there at the fuge. Unfortunately, the tickets are already sold out. If you keep listening to a.m. 9 90, the answer, I understand they still have some tickets available. And by the way, if you're watching us on the sale of news channel, Tracy is hovering today, so we apologize. We're having all kinds of technical challenges in our studio. And we absolutely are going to keep this show on the road. If it kills us all, one by one. So bear with us and that's the figure you see huddling over my shoulder is Tracy on the Salem news channel. So you waved at the camera. Wednesday in Philly, Doctor Oz on stage with us. Thursday in Pittsburgh, the green tree double tree, tickets are available for that event. Again, doctor Rajan stage with Hugh Hewitt, Dennis prager, Brandon Tatum, and yours truly. Going to be a great event in Pittsburgh as well. That's going to take place Thursday night at the greentree double tree by Hilton. You're going to want to be in person for that as well. And in all of our stops, this tomorrow night Detroit, the San Marino club, then Tampa Sunday, the Brian glazer family JCC Sunday afternoon. It'll be Sebastian gorka, Brandon Tatum and yours truly joined by senator Ted Cruz. It's going to be a great in person event. Sunday, afternoon, in Tampa,

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Sen. Ted Cruz to Join Battleground Talkers Tour in Atlanta

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:58 min | Last month

Sen. Ted Cruz to Join Battleground Talkers Tour in Atlanta

"Just got some good news about our battleground talkers tour in Atlanta. We just got word that senator Ted Cruz will join us on stage. I'll be there with doctor Sebastian gorka, Dennis prager. This is going to be a massive massive whirlwind adventure. We start a week from today in Detroit. I'll be there with my friend and colleague Hugh Hewitt, kudos to Hugh, great interview this morning with Herschel Walker. Hugh is without a doubt about the best interviewer in the business. And he gets all the news making interviews so proud of the work that Hugh often does with some of these big, big names like Herschel Walker this morning. So you and I will be there a week from a week from tonight today will be at the San Marino club in Troy, Michigan. Daryl wood hosted 6 o'clock talk will be, I think the MC, I'm gonna be on Daryl's show tonight at I think it's 6 O 5 this evening, so join me for that. But kudos to WDW TK, the patriot, 101.5 FM, a.m. 1400 in Detroit. We'll see you a week from today, and then Tampa, my home based Tampa Bay, Sunday, a week from Sunday, October 16th will be at the Brian glazer family JCC over there on Howard avenue, north Howard avenue in Tampa. I'll be there along with Brandon Tatum, doctor Sebastian gorka, special guest appearance by wired differently CEO Todd sailor and Todd is a really, really neat guy, had a chance to meet him a couple of weeks ago real inspiring voice, great motivational American and you're going to learn all about wired differently and he'll be along with us in Tampa. Then on to Orlando, faith assembly church. That's Monday, October 17th. It'll be me, Dennis prager, Sebastian gorka,

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Sen. Ted Cruz: The American People Don't Want 87,000 New IRS Agents

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:37 min | 3 months ago

Sen. Ted Cruz: The American People Don't Want 87,000 New IRS Agents

"Here's senator Ted Cruz over the weekend. Madam president, there are a lot of bad things in this bill, but fewer worse than the proposal by Democrats in this bill to double the size of the IRS and create 87,000 new IRS agents. I guarantee you citizens and every one of our states, if you ask them, what do they want? They don't want 87,000 new IRS agents. And they're not being created to audit billionaires or giant corporations. They're being created to audit you. The House ways and means committee, the minorities put out an estimate that under this bill, there will be 1.2 million new audits per year with over 700,000 of those new audits falling on taxpayers making $75,000 or less. I believe personally we should abolish the IRS, but at a minimum we shouldn't make the IRS larger than The Pentagon, the State Department, the FBI, and the border patrol all combined. That's what the Democrats are proposing here. It is a terrible idea. If you don't want 87,000 new IRS agents, vote yes. Good for you. Senator Cruz. Unfortunately, elections have consequences. And the Republicans, they just didn't have the votes. They don't have the votes in the House of Representatives. So we're about to get 87,000 more IRS agents, and they're coming after all of us. That's who they're coming after. They're coming after you conservatives. They're coming after you, Christians. That's what's going to happen. Oh,

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Andy Ogles: Earning the Edorsement of Trace Adkins

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:39 min | 4 months ago

Andy Ogles: Earning the Edorsement of Trace Adkins

"You've been endorsed by the freedom caucus. I know that Jim Jordan, Scott Perry, who's the chairman of the freedom caucus, Mark Meadows, who helped found it, who was Donald Trump's chief of staff. They've all weighed in already. They're all already helping. You've also been endorsed, I think in one of the, one of the cooler endorsement trace Atkins who doesn't get involved politically a lot, but he stepped up. How did you get trace involved? Well, you know, and we also can't leave out senator Ted Cruz. I mean, here at the end, when we felt that the race might be tightening a little bit, he without hesitation jumped in. He said, look, I need a fighter. We need more fighters like you up here in Congress and it would be an honor to endorse you. And so, but trace Atkins really goes back to COVID. You know, I refuse to comply with the mandates. I refuse to shut my community down. You know, the way I looked at it is if you're a single mom with two kids, your job was essential. If you're a small business owner, you're leasing your savings, your lives on the line, your business is essential and how dare the government. How dare the government tell you that you need to shut down. And so I refuse to comply with any of that nonsense. And because of that, trace had reached out just as a thank you gesture to say, hey, you want to go have dinner. And we started connecting and we had a concert. That first year of COVID, on the square, had over 35,000 people there. Because for me, it was about finding a solution. Look, COVID is real. I had a good friend that died from it, but I was unwilling to just cower and hide under my desk. We had to find a way through it. And that was by trusting people to make good decisions for themselves and not relying on the government to run our lives. Well,

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Colorado Rep. Lauren Boebert on Her New Book 'My American Life'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:25 min | 4 months ago

Colorado Rep. Lauren Boebert on Her New Book 'My American Life'

"We're at the rumble booth at turning point USA's student action summit. Congresswoman Lauren boebert has my American life here. So you say congresswoman. And it is your book, my American life, pick out a copy today, and support by senator Ted Cruz. Tell us about your book. Yeah, so this is my story. This is about my life growing up. There was a lot of hardships, but I didn't allow that to build a victim mentality for myself. When times got tough, I got tougher. And so this really is my journey from coming from a Democrat household where my mom believed those lies that put us in poverty and kept us there, put us in bread lines waiting for government cheese. And also the abuse that I experienced from adults in my family, abusing drugs and alcohol and even my mom, abusing my mom physically. And throughout all of that, I still developed conservative values. I saw that I could do a better job taking care of myself than government did. I didn't need to be a victim. I was created to be an overcomer. As we all are, I learned my identity through my relationship with Jesus, found who I am and what scripture says about me, the promises that God said about me. And this journey just shows everyone that you were not limited by your past. You're not limited by your mistakes or your upgrading upbringing. And here in America, you truly can live the American Dream. So this is my American life.

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Uvalde video raises more calls for police accountability

AP News Radio

01:22 min | 4 months ago

Uvalde video raises more calls for police accountability

"Video released this week from rob elementary school in uvalde Texas showing heavily armed police officers lingering in the hallway before confronting the gunman who killed 19 children and two teachers at renewing questions about police accountability I'm Ben Thomas with the latest I did watch the Yuval do videotape but it's horrifying Texas senator Ted Cruz telling reporters on Capitol Hill officers should have gone into the classrooms much more quickly To watch that extended standoff go for 77 minutes including some 45 minutes after they had ballistic shields It's indefensible And it's frankly infuriating the community Is understandably deeply frustrated Only one officer who was on the scene is known to be on leave and nearly two months after the massacre there's still disagreement about who was in charge Some you've all the residents have called the officers lack of action cowardly and Cruz says law enforcement failed to provide an honest and accurate description of what happened Over and over again what they told us in the day after that crime was committed has been contradicted by the facts And that Is completely unacceptable I think there needs to be transparency There needs to be accountability I'm Ben Thomas

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Houston Man Charged With Terrorist Threat Against Sen. Cruz

Mark Levin

01:53 min | 5 months ago

Houston Man Charged With Terrorist Threat Against Sen. Cruz

"Officials say a Houston area man has been charged with a terroristic threat against Texas senator Ted Cruz and is currently at large He just came out a few hours ago According to court documents by the Harris county district attorney's office Isaac a north come UM 22 of Richmond Texas made a call to the senator's office on June 26th In the call he made cryptic remarks to the senator about his intent to have the Voting Rights Act repealed Charging documents transcribed the entirety of his message with a 22 year old addresses the senator by his legal name Rafael Eduardo Cruz And here's the message Hello and good afternoon senator Raphael This is one of the many Afro American constituents of whom you are representative here in Texas As you currently serve from the Senate I have just read the Texas Republican Party's platform For this current 2022 year when it is apparent that your many colleagues intend to have the Voting Rights Act repealed and not reauthorized Every last one of your Republican colleagues have signed off on that platform is to be found and is to be found and killed Be it by a bullet to the force to the face or by the smashing of a brick in your skull It is a civic duty of every American citizen or resident to see to it that every last one of your colleagues is to be killed killed Be it by finding you in a public space or by trailing you to your very but very public homes The addresses of which are public knowledge You and every one of your colleagues is to be shot dead found and killed

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Julie Kelly: There Was Massive Involvement by FBI on Jan. 6th

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | 5 months ago

Julie Kelly: There Was Massive Involvement by FBI on Jan. 6th

"What's in your I hate the expression heart of hearts but my mother used to say it all time What's in your heart of hearts You think there was some involvement there Oh I think there was massive involvement by the FBI not just that day but months leading up to it We know from New York Times reporting at least two informants were run into the Proud Boys organization I have motions filed by defense attorneys in the oath keepers case that they at least 20 FBI ATF agents undercover were near some of those descendants early that day And so what's most fascinating Dan is when senator Ted Cruz confronted Jill Sanborn one of the top chief counter terrorism chief at the FBI Asked her point blank twice How many FBI undercover agents are informants were either engaged in or provoked Violent conduct on January 6th she wouldn't answer the question Now if none of them did it would be a no brainer The answer is no of course that senator we don't tolerate that the FBI did men and women blah blah blah She didn't say anything like that She refused to answer There's no follow-up from her now 6 months later since she refused to answer those questions But look we have to look no further than the Whitmer FBI capacity kidnapping I call it the fed camping hoax Were you had multiple not just multiple FBI undercover agents and informants Dan They were working out of numerous FBI field offices This was an expensive and expansive operation to entrap these men and a jury in April occluded two of them and had a hundred on the other two after defense attorneys successfully argued they had been entrapped by this FBI That was October of 2020 Just a few months before January 6th in the same guy running that operation was made to the D.C. FBI office in mid October 2020 So lots of parallels there but you know what the FBI is capable of

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Elmo, 3, joins youngest Americans in getting vaccinated

AP News Radio

01:13 min | 5 months ago

Elmo, 3, joins youngest Americans in getting vaccinated

"Elmo was the latest Sesame Street character to roll up his fur to urge kids to get their COVID-19 vaccinations You were super duper today getting your COVID vaccine Elmo There was a little pinch but it was okay V is four vaccine following in the steps of big bird Elmo got the COVID shot to promote the new vaccines now available to children under 5 Almost creators pegged them up at characters eternal age at three and a half In a public service announcement Elmo's father Louis equally furry and red says he had questions but talked to a pediatrician I learned that Elmo getting vaccinated is the best way to keep himself our Friends neighbors and everyone else Healthy and enjoy them the things they love Have a question Can we have a hug Oh The CDC advises vaccination even for those who already had COVID-19 to protect against reinfection and says it's okay to get other vaccines at the same time Of course not everybody has liked the ad produced by the sesame workshop and the ad council when it featured big bird Republican senator Ted Cruz called it government propaganda I'm Ben Thomas

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Washington Examiner Editorial: Trump Proven Unfit for Power Again

Mark Levin

01:18 min | 5 months ago

Washington Examiner Editorial: Trump Proven Unfit for Power Again

"Washington examiner obviously has some new executives And I'm not fond of these unsigned editorials These corporate editorials But here's the editorial that was put out a 1201 a.m. Trump proven unfit for power again Former White House say Cassidy hutchison's Tuesday testimony But a ring the death now for former president Donald Trump's political career Trump is unfit to be anywhere near power ever again This is what we get out of conservative newspaper Hutchison's resume alone should establish her credibility so again without any challenge she's credible Why wouldn't she be The 25 year old had already worked at the highest levels of conservative Republican politics Including in the offices of senator Ted Cruz and House minority whip Steve scalise Before becoming a top aide for former Trump chief of staff Mark Meadows So far none of this has anything to do with anything

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"senator ted cruz" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:08 min | 5 months ago

"senator ted cruz" Discussed on WGN Radio

"To be 97° Right now though just 58 at O'Hare 62 at midway 61 in Juliet the celebrating our 100th year serving Chicago I'm James Sears on Chicago's very own 7 20 WGN Rather than open up the show with a lot of music and everybody cheering Jimmy Kimmel last night to no audience last night started his show this way Hi it's Jimmy and I wanted to speak to you directly without an audience for just a bit before we start the show because here we are again And so then he just reacted very emotionally He always gets emotional especially when it's issues involving children He can be very political but what I thought was just instructive were some of the numbers that he included in his monologue and some of them were these 89% of Americans want background checks before a gun can be purchased which is the just the very least we can do A bipartisan bill passed in the house that's been stalled in the Senate for over a year now They won't pass it because our cowardly leaders just aren't listening to us They're listening to the NRA They're listening to those people who write them checks who keep them in power Because that's the way politics work That's the idea we settle on We tell ourselves but it doesn't have to be that way Not for this You know you can tell things are out of whack when the coach of the Golden State Warriors shows more leadership and passion than almost every Republican in Congress And I say that this tonight with the whole not with an expectation but with the hope that people like Ted Cruz and Greg Abbott and John cornyn people who are elected by Texans Well actually listen to it Instead of going right to gun control laws don't work and we need harm teachers and guards at schools If your solution to children being massacred is armed guards you haven't been paying attention to what's going on There was an armed guard in Buffalo There was an armed guard in Parkland There was an armed guard in ivaldi They had armed guards There were police officers armed on the scene And these murders still happen And gun control laws do work by the way We know this 26 years ago Scotland had a school shooting that killed 16 kids and a teacher And the government responded by enacting gun control legislation and there hasn't been a school shooting in Scotland since then In 1996 in Australia a mass shooting killed 35 people they passed gun legislation They haven't had one since This is the only country where this keeps happening Firearms are now the number one cause of death for American children and teens Number one senator Ted Cruz I will see you stepping up the comfort of people he serves is the NRA Ted is scheduled to speak at an NRA event this weekend And here's the thing I don't believe Ted Cruz doesn't care about children I don't I refuse to believe he's unaffected by this He's a father I bet he went to bed sick to his stomach last night It's easy to call someone a monster but he's not a monster He's a human being And some people might not like hearing me say that but it's true So here's the thing I would like to say to Ted Cruz the human being and governor Abbott and everyone it's okay to admit you made a mistake In fact it's not just okay It's necessary to admit you made a mistake when your mistake is killing the children in your state It takes a big person to do something like that It takes a brave person to do something like that And do I think these men are brave people No I don't I don't But man I would love it if they surprised me He went on for about 5 more minutes citing other numbers giving his opinion There was a Montage of the coverage of the event and some of the things that happened before the event late in his monologue He simply said this This is not a time for moments of silence This is a time to be loud and to stay loud and not stop until we fix this What the fix is is not so easily known but I think we could all agree with what Jimmy is saying there The Dallas TV station that runs his show cut away from the monologue a couple of times last night and the explanation is that their newscast of course went long The system that automates the insertion of the commercials didn't account for that and so while he was speaking there were technical difficulties during the monologue and now they cut away then they come back I think it happened a couple of times He says he doesn't know if that was intentional or not The station has apologized and they said it was an error due to automation and they were not trying to cut away from Jimmy's gun control.

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"senator ted cruz" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:59 min | 6 months ago

"senator ted cruz" Discussed on AP News

"There but I was just telling you from what we know we believe there should have been an entry at that as soon as you can Why did they wait A decision was made that this was a barricaded subject Situation there was time to retrieve the keys and wait for a tactical team with the equipment to go ahead and breach the door and take on the subject at that point Macron says border patrol agents eventually used a master key to open the locked door of the classroom where they confronted and killed the gunman I'm Ed Donahue In Houston speaker after speaker took to the stage at the NRA's national convention to denounce the attack former president Donald Trump and others calling it evil The monster who committed this crime is pure evil pure cruelty pure hatred But Texas Republican senator Ted Cruz denounced gun control efforts What stops armed bad guys Is armed good guys At a protest outside the civic center Harris county judge Lena hildago says the gun lobby won't listen This extreme perspective that any kind of common sense policy Any kind of gun safety protection is taboo This is AP news After 6 weeks of testimony the jury gets the case in Johnny Depp's suit against his ex-wife Amber Heard Here's the AP's Ben Thomas Ladies and gentlemen of the jury you now have heard all the evidence in the case It sounded like he said she said but was actually about what she wrote Attorney Camille Vasquez representing Depp There is an abuser in this courtroom But it is not mister Depp And there is a victim of domestic abuse in this courtroom But it is not misheard And attorney Ben Chu says for Depp it's never been about money It is about mister Depp's reputation The case revolves around a Washington Post op-ed in which herd describes herself as a public figure representing domestic abuse her attorney Benjamin rotten Bourne says Depp's suit is part of a smear campaign he launched after heard filed for divorce She wanted to own her story.

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"senator ted cruz" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:40 min | 6 months ago

"senator ted cruz" Discussed on AP News

"Take on the subject at that point Macron says border patrol agents eventually used a master key to open the locked door of the classroom where they confronted and killed the gunman I'm Ed Donahue In Houston speaker after speaker took to the stage at the NRA's national convention to denounce the attack former president Donald Trump and others calling it evil The monster who committed this crime is pure evil pure cruelty pure hatred But Texas Republican senator Ted Cruz denounced gun control efforts What stops armed bad guys Is armed good guys At a protest outside the civic center Harris county judge Lena hill dago says the gun lobby won't listen The extreme perspective that any kind of common sense policy any kind of gun safety protection is taboo This is AP news After 6 weeks of testimony the jury gets the case in Johnny Depp's suit against his ex-wife Amber Heard Here's the AP's Ben Thomas Ladies and gentlemen of the jury you now have heard all the evidence in the case It sounded like he said she said but was actually about what she wrote Attorney Camille Vasquez representing Depp There is an abuser in this courtroom But it is not mister Depp And there is a victim of domestic abuse in this courtroom But it is not misheard And attorney Ben Chu says for Depp it's never been about money It is about mister Depp's reputation The case revolves around a Washington Post op-ed in which herd describes herself as a public figure representing domestic abuse her attorney Benjamin rotten born says Depp's suit is part of a smear campaign he launched after heard filed for divorce She wanted to own her story.

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"senator ted cruz" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:59 min | 6 months ago

"senator ted cruz" Discussed on AP News

"Telling you from what we know we believe there should have been an entry at that as soon as you can Why did they wait A decision was made that this was a barricaded subject Situation there was time to retrieve the keys and wait for a tactical team with the equipment to go ahead and breach the door and take on the subject at that point Macron says border patrol agents eventually used a master key to open the locked door of the classroom where they confronted and killed the gunman I'm Ed Donahue In Houston speaker after speaker took to the stage at the NRA's national convention to denounce the attack former president Donald Trump and others calling it evil The monster who committed this crime is pure evil pure cruelty pure hatred But Texas Republican senator Ted Cruz denounced gun control efforts What stops armed bad guys Is armed good guys At a protest outside the civic center Harris county judge Lena hill dago says the gun lobby won't listen The extreme perspectives that any kind of common sense policy any kind of gun safety protection is taboo This is AP news After 6 weeks of testimony the jury gets the case in Johnny Depp's suit against his ex-wife Amber Heard Here's the AP's Ben Thomas Ladies and gentlemen of the jury you now have heard all the evidence in the case It sounded like he said she said but was actually about what she wrote Attorney Camille Vasquez representing Depp There is an abuser in this courtroom But it is not mister Depp And there is a victim of domestic abuse in this courtroom But it is not misheard And attorney Ben Chu says for Depp it's never been about money It is about mister Depp's reputation The case revolves around a Washington Post op-ed in which herd describes herself as a public figure representing domestic abuse her attorney Benjamin rotten born says Depp's suit is part of a smear campaign he launched after heard filed for divorce She wanted to own her story.

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"senator ted cruz" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:12 min | 8 months ago

"senator ted cruz" Discussed on WTOP

"Araby There is a house here that has been moved off its foundation by at least 20 feet and all down here as you go down Alexander avenue You see more stories like that You see homes that are not where they are intended to be HVAC ducks coming out of people's roofs where the roofs are totally gone It's the same area that got clobbered by Hurricane Katrina Well if day two was any indication judge katangi Brown Jackson is in for another contentious day of questioning on Capitol Hill CBS Allison keyes reports Democrats like senator Amy Klobuchar were often complimentary of judge Jackson So you come before us with this incredible strength legal acumen But Republican senator Ted Cruz clashed with judge Jackson over her sentencing of child porn defendants using charts to back his point that she often gave them punishment less than she could have You sentenced the defenders to substantially below not just the guidelines which are way higher but what the prosecutor asked for Judge Jackson says she had to look at other factors In every case I did my duty to hold the defendant's accountable Allison keyes CBS News Washington As San Diego appeals court judge has become the first Latina to be confirmed to the California Supreme Court Justice Patricia Guerrero worked as a prosecutor a law firm partner superior court judge and even sat on the fourth district court of appeal supporters say she is exceptionally qualified Ukrainian forces have launched aggressive counter attacks against Russia CBS Holly Williams is in yuman Across Ukraine ordinary people have mobilized to defend their towns and villages At this checkpoint we met Anatolia Okay loaded A pig farmer armed with his own hunting rifle He says the biggest thing he ever shot before was a goat Ukraine's president says peace talks have made some progress 16 teenagers are dead after slamming into a semi in Oklahoma Highway patrol trooper Shelby Humphrey The car was at the stop sign tempting to make a turn left hand turn and the semi was coming the opposite direction That's all I know at this point All the victims were female Former Secretary of State Hillary.

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"senator ted cruz" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:45 min | 8 months ago

"senator ted cruz" Discussed on WTOP

"Right and landmark rulings regarding abortion are settled law CBS News special report I'm Jennifer Keith He had one 13 With more this morning double duty of capital hill correspondent Mitchell Miller joins the conversation It was anticipated that judge Jackson would face questions about being soft on crime and specifically on how she's handed down sentences in child pornography cases She was asked about that by both Republicans and Democrats including GOP senator Josh hawley And Jackson forcefully defended how she's handled those cases noting that people were not only sent to prison but have come under extensive oversight from the courts Sentences in these cases include not only prison time but strengths on computer use sometimes for decades restraints on ability to go near children sometimes for decades all of these things judges consider There was also a culture war moment when senator Ted Cruz press Jackson about her views on critical race theory and how they might impact her views as a judge Jackson says it would have no impact How would you say that the judge has held up during this grueling questioning Jackson has been very calm and measured stressing how she would be a neutral party and in her words stay in her lane as a judge The exchange with senator Ted Cruz who attended Harvard Law School with her was tense at times but overall Jackson has not appeared to make any missteps that would cause a problem with her confirmation She also says she's humbled at the chance to make history I stand on the shoulders of generations past who never had anything close to this opportunity Democrats still have the 50 votes needed to confirm Jackson she would become the nation's.

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"senator ted cruz" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:33 min | 11 months ago

"senator ted cruz" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Looking more broadly, there's now a conversation to try to bring this voting rights legislation forward. What are your thoughts on that? I don't think it's going to go anywhere. I hope and pray it does not go anywhere because the more water down John Lewis writes one. It still disasters. Okay. Yeah, I think it's a total disaster. It would require the Justice Department to approve states for changing their voting laws. So it says something about the Democrats that, of all their priorities, they embraced socialism. They want open borders. They want American weakness they want to downgrade the military. They want the Green New Deal. You look at all their different priorities, but their number one priority. What was the first bill they introduced? HR one. And the first bill they introduced. SB one HR one. It is what a lot of us are calling the corrupt politicians act. Their priority is power. More than anything else, the corrupt politicians act is designed to strike down every federal every state voter integrity law. That's exactly right. Strike down every photo ID law, strike down prohibitions on felons voting, strike down prohibitions on ballot harvesting. It's designed to register millions of illegal aliens to vote. It is welfare for politicians. It's billions of dollars that goes to political campaigns. The Democrats purpose is simple in this bill. It is to keep Democrats in power for the next hundred

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"senator ted cruz" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"senator ted cruz" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Callahan Fox News Federal judge temporarily blocking President Biden's announced 100 Day moratorium on deportations. US sister Judge Drew Tipton, appointed by former President Trump to the southern District of Texas ruled on a challenge filed by the state, which argued it's a violation of federal statutes and the constitution. Cannot enforce federal law. The judge criticized binds maneuver made on his first day in the Oval Office writing the January 20 memorandum fails to provide any concrete, reasonable justification for 100 Day pause on deportations, the judge found the Biden administration pause could cause quote, imminent and irreparable harm to Texas. The White House released a statement Saying, We're confident that as the case proceeds, it will be clear that this measure was wholly appropriate boxes. Rick Leventhal president Biden has announced plans to hike vaccine distribution to the states and expects to see 300 million Americans inoculated against the coronavirus by late summer, but says this will be one of those difficulty operational challenges. We've ever undertaken is the nation. I've said that before, but I must say it again because we're gonna do We're gonna everything we can to get it done. But a lot of things can go wrong along the way. President says they're working to buy 100 million additional doses of both of the vaccines that have been approved for emergency use. Senators have been sworn in as impeachment jurors and have tabled motion by Kentucky Senator Rand Paul to first vote on whether it's constitutional to impeach a president who has already left office. Texas Senator Ted Cruz, telling Fox's Hannity. This is driven really, by the partisan rage and the partisan anger. The Democrats feel they hate Donald J. Trump and and they're engaging in On an act that I think is petty. I think it is retribution. I think it is a vindictive and I think it's a waste of top Republican senators voting against dismissing Impeachment America is listening to Fox News..

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"senator ted cruz" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:18 min | 2 years ago

"senator ted cruz" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is wait, Wait. Don't tell me the NPR news quiz. Hey, now don't storm the capital Storm May the Kappa Bill I'm Bill Kurtis. And here is your host who was coming to you from the bottom of a Twitter whole Peter Sagal. Thank you, Bill. Thanks, everybody. We're all very excited to be back with you because we are so looking forward. What's going to be a great new year, which, of course starts next week. We really are looking forward to starting 2021 putting behind us The terrible events of December 37th 2020 later on, we're gonna be talking to after Jane Krakowski. But while you're waiting to ring in the new year, give us a call. The number is one triple eight. Wait, wait. That's one triple 89248924. It's time to welcome our first listener contestant. Hi, You're on. Wait, Wait. Don't tell me. Hey, how you doing? Doing? All right? Is this this is Gabriel Cassio from Tulsa, Oklahoma. Hey, how are things in Tulsa? Well, they're cold right now, but usually they're windy. Well, that sounds kind of exotic. So what do you do there in Tulsa? Well, I work in the news. I'm a Web producer at a local news station. So I wake up deep in the night and I type of news stories all evening. And then I get the days off. It's pretty exciting. Yeah, but that must be pretty dull these days. What's there to talk about, right? I you know, I've been boring myself to death over here. Welcome to the show. Gabriel. Let me introduce you to our panel this week. First up. It's a comedian whose movie extraordinary is streaming now where movies stream it's Maeve Higgins, Honey! Hey, there. Next. She's the writer behind the advice column. Ask Amy her most recent book is Strangers tend to tell me things. It's Amy Dickinson. How you doing? And a comedian You can see in the new documentary History of swear words on Netflix. It's Joel Cam booster. I gave you what's going on. Well, Gabriel, welcome to the show. You're going to play Who's Bill This time? Bill Kurtis is going to read you three quotations from the week's news. If you can correctly identify or explain just two of them, you'll win our prize. Any voice from our show that you might choose in your voicemail. You ready to play? I am. Okay. Let's do it. Then. Your first quote is from the president of the United States in a video he posted on Wednesday afternoon. We love you. You're all very special. The president was saying something He has never once said to his own Children to people who at that moment we're doing what Bursting into the capital in the U, and the U. S. They were sacking the capital. Yes, a mob reached the capital building of what NPR is calling an insurrection by pro Trump extremists and Fox News is calling a self guided tour of the Senate chambers. Now it all look pretty scary. But don't worry. The National Guard was on standby, ready to act. If any one of those people kneeled during the national anthem, E was mightily concerned about the fashions on display from the people trying to do the coup. It looked like farm and fleet goes to burning man. It was really you know, I was looking at it, and I love how the capitalists of open rights like it's the People's house, and that's why it was easy to get in. But I have to say there's a castle on the island that that I'm from in Cove, and it has like little slits at the top of it to pour hot boy light of it has it has what's called a murder hole? Yes, on and it works. You know, it's worked for 2000 years. No to keep out the marauders, and they're terrible fashions. Did you ever have to? As you were growing up in this island? Serve in the castle to defend from marauders? Or does that only happened once you move to America? Yeah, It's funny, isn't it? A lot of people are like this is not America I'm like, but I've only ever seen this in America. But on. I should also say that, like the castle in Cole's now they just project the big Santa falls onto it at Christmas time. It's not the murder hole is no longer in use may well, not yet. Now we should say that the people who tried to overthrow democracy did not, at least for the moment when they did not stop the certification of Joe Biden's victory. There's the Senate reconvene later in the trash capital, and Mitch McConnell gave up heartfelt speech about democracy after which he had to give the heart back to the cadaver. He stole it from. Oh, But what was amazing was after all, that all of that Senator Ted Cruz still objected to certifying the election, which led to the second unimaginable event. Of the day. People hating Ted Cruz even more if you don't. Well, it's so hard to look at Ted Cruz sometimes because he looks like his own, madam. Two Sods statue is melting, you know, like, Look, it looks like you just he's wearing a mask of his own skin. It's so creep, huh? After all of this, the president was finally banned from Twitter and Facebook for promoting sedition. So he was reduced to setting national policy by doing 32nd dance videos on TIC Tac. I was so concerned about what platform he was going to move to Guess he got blocked from all of them. Except for Pinterest, and I was like, Oh, no. Vengeance is so cute. And now he's just gonna be like quilting Confederate flag together. You don't want to see his dream board. I sure? Yeah, Yeah. All right, Gabriel, Here is your next quote. I love puppies. Those three words in social media posts may have sealed the victory for Reverend Raphael Warnock is he and John Assaraf were victorious in elections held wear. On Tuesday. Georgia Yes, Georgia. This was good news for Democrats that got overshadowed by the bad news for the country Trump Republicans to the very bitter end. Georgia senators La Flor and Purdue Both showed their loyalty to the president by also losing races in Georgia. This'll was somewhat of a surprise that had never happened. Democrats Never one run off elections in Georgia. It took till the next day to call the race for Jon Ossoff's. But Democrats were optimistic because at that point all the remaining votes to be counted came from the Indigo Girls..

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"senator ted cruz" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"senator ted cruz" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Of Capitol Hill breaching of law enforcement perimeter that have been set up down at Capitol Hill. The both chambers of Congress are in recess right now, The electoral college tabulation has been suspended The timeline here as the As prescribed and plan. Excuse me as AH, prescribed unplanned over the course of the last several days as state by state submitted their electoral college results in the joint session of Congress, they hit the state of Arizona. There was a, um objection by representative Ghosts are From Arizona. It was agreed to by Senator Ted Cruz of Texas, and at that point after, by the way, robust applause in the House chamber. The session was adjourned for an hour so that both the House and the Senate could move to their respective chambers and then debate the issue. Senator Ted Cruz in the Senate began with a five minute statement. With a completely reasonable and I believe Josh Holly also gave his remarks. I haven't seen his remarks yet will bring those to you, though it as the afternoon develops, and they asked for a simple thing. They said. Listen, what is the rush here? We want 10 days. Have one full, honest. Observation of this process of what happened in these states. It hasn't been done yet. All these people were saying, you know that they made the argument. Give us a 10 Day audit of this thing, Senator James Lankford of Oklahoma began his remarks and in the middle of it, it was interrupted because on Capitol the Capitol steps, the Front end of the protest mark that had made its way up to the Capitol steps had tangled with Capitol police pushed their way through push their way into the building and and had Basically breach security in the capital building. They evacuated the building. They've put both chambers into recess. They suspended the electoral college tabulation. Every member of Congress and every member of the Senate, every member on the president. United States is calling for this to stop. They're calling for an end to this. The president's taken to Twitter twice now to express those concerns. I think the president should actually get on television. Um And and call for this to end right now stop doing this in my name. Stop doing this in this in the name of this cause that's the president has said on Twitter. He should say it on television as well. On been the meantime, we're seeing this unprecedented moment where the business and I do hate it when people say I'm president, But this is pretty unprecedented where the business of Congress of the United States federal government have now been suspended because of a breach of security. And because the building has been in many respects overrun by people. There are alarms going off all through the building on they're trying to clear it out. There's not pictures on social media off people. Ah, you know, making their breaching the Senate chambers and taking Selfies. Upon thee upon the chair of the president pro TEM of the Senate. I mean, This is what we're dealing with right now. As they have broken down the doors.

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"senator ted cruz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:25 min | 2 years ago

"senator ted cruz" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Lower Now by 3.6% again, recapping Equities lower a Monday sell off back to work sell off with the S and P down 66 a drop right now of 1.8% balance of power continues. And once again here's your host David Western. Thank you so much Charlie Palate. So Wednesday, The Congress meets in the joint session to record the electoral college votes and formally designate the next president of states. But the Constitution provides a process by which senators and congressmen can object to the tallies from individual to individual states. And it doesn't Republican senators and over 140 Republican congressman have said they will do just that. This is how Senator Ted Cruz explains it. We've seen in the last two months, unprecedented allegations of voter fraud and and and that's produced a deep, deep distrust of our democratic process across the country. I think we in Congress have an obligation to do something about that to take us through this process. Welcome now former Democratic senator from Montana and former U S Ambassador to China Max Baucus. So, Mr Ambassador, Thank you so much for joining us. This is not the first time there's been a challenge like this. It happened after the 68 presidential election and haven't even after 2004 presidential election. Is this the system working the way it should? Well, I think in the end, it will work in the end of Joe Biden will be the next president. I think all those senators who were potentially going to contest the Results on Wednesday. No Joe Biden's gonna be president. In fact, In fact, I think they'd be very irresponsible to try to have it both ways because they know by their actions and Delaying They never got result, but they're also by the actions of playing to their base is very political. Many of the water run for president 2024. But if there's any chance that their actions with upset the elections, they would not be taking these actions because they don't want election upset because that would cause tremendous consternation the political process and answer your question, David So it will work process will work so long. This result is what it should be. Don't forget 206 left. Vulture for job by only 2 32 Afraid, trump. So it's the end in the end, middle of work. It's which seems to put everyone believes it will work on in addition to the electro ball vote count. You also have a remarkable number of judges and courts there, reviewed this and have found no evidence of voter fraud. And I'm struck by Senator Cruz is remarks. If you really parse them. What he says, is we've seen in the last two months unprecedented allegations of voter fraud. We don't hear much from the White House about actual proof of voter fraud. Lisa I have not heard that. About that's very true intact. I had the same reaction when I heard of Senator Cruz's statements. They all say allegations even around Montana. Who's gonna vote to contest Uses the word allegation. None of Any proof? I didn't say they have evidence. As you said off the course where this has been contested and found the rabbit is strange. Oh bar while people have found a voter fraud, there's no fraud in this. The suggestion of a commission I think is just bogus and me. It's a smokescreen. It's a red herring. It just talked, and basically they want to slow things down and play to the base because they want to get re elected or run for president s O people run for office and they do various things and savory things running for office. But also there's the business of the country that has to get done here. What might this portend for the Senate in its ability to operate? I mean, we just heard a report that now Mike Lee, a conservative publican actually led the defense and the impeachment for President. Trump says he doesn't think this is the way to go. There's divisions even within the more right part of the Republican Party. There is, uh, unfortunately, I think is a deeper Drift in the country. People are falling into their own little silos. They don't really care much about facts, and then it's also reflected in the Senate. It's been it's reflected. I think pretty much nationwide is a big problem. And frankly, I think that it's major. Challenge that the press select Joe Biden must face when he is inaugurated on January 20th how to get bring the country together, really, and the way he's gonna have to do that is to show That he the president and both parties we're gonna have to show for it is they do in fact, listen to they are listening to a lot of people in the hinterland. The country who feel with If the elites and Washington aren't listening to them, And I think that that perception that the elites aren't listening to borders is with causing a lot of this division. We've had several people come to the office of presidency, saying We want to bring things together. Certainly, President Barack Obama said that he wanted to that if we go back to President George W. Bush and I remember his first inauguration address One thing's he committed himself to was really overcoming partisanship so people have tried is that the people weren't the right people to get it done, Or is there more something more fundamental in the country? I think that a lot of it is that is caused by the media. Some of it is a cable news. Some of it is social media, the Internet. Um people of shorter attention stands these days and immediate and then bad news has reported seeing currency travels faster than the good news and unfortunately that I think is caused people just It's done. Think enough. That is Listen enough, have their minds open enough. They're big question. How do you solve it? And I think that one way is for the president. The new president. Really show that he is listening. He may have to get all get around the country does have a lot of time meetings. This show we really is listening. I just talked to people that listening, Joseph talker just could have to listen. Indeed it does. Listen, and people see that he's listening and really under 60 Boy. Maybe this guy really does care about then maybe something might happen. What do you make of the Georgia to run offs that we're going to have tomorrow? Now? I mean, at the beginning was thought that it was a real long shot for both Democrats to win. But now people think maybe those odds are narrowing. Uh, I don't know it zipped gossip. Um, it's Democrats are really motivated. Really organized. Think about $400 million is being spent in Georgia. Uh, A lot of the polls have not been very accurate in recent elections. Who knows? We'll know. Hopefully Tuan, Um sometime Tuesday, United maybe early Wednesday morning. Boy. I hope that's right. People think might take a lot longer than that. It's really such a go ahead. Like the other one the way long time e don't like saying, Okay, Thank you so much as always such a treat to talk with you. That's Ambassador Max Baucus coming up today marks the first business day since United Kingdom left the European Union. We go over what's happened so far, and what we can expect with Matias Metis. He has Council on foreign relations senior fellow That's next on.

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"senator ted cruz" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"senator ted cruz" Discussed on WTOP

"For House Speaker Pelosi after she was narrowly reelected on a vote of 216 to 209. Republicans greatly reduced Democrats majority in the House and hope to hold on to power in the Senate. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell acknowledges the Senate returns with plenty of disagreements and policy differences among our ranks. McConnell is urged GOP lawmakers not to object to this Wednesday's electoral college certification in Congress, but a dozen Republican senators say they'll do so anyway, joining with Republicans in the House. The political drama will play out a day after tomorrow's to Senate runoff elections in Georgia, which will determine which party controls the upper chamber on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller W T. O P. News, a bipartisan group of senators are making their intentions clear. They say the election is over. They're urging their colleagues to support the electoral college vote as at least a dozen GOP senators say they won't saying further efforts will cast doubt on the legitimacy of the 2020 election and undermine America's confidence and the already determined election results. Bottom line. They say the voters have spoken. 11. Republicans, led by Senator Ted Cruz of Texas say they support a challenge to the electoral results on Wednesday, and Governor Larry Hogan is responding to that Washington Post audio of President Trump pressuring the Georgia secretary of state. He quotes his late father, Congressman Lawrence Hogan, senior Hogan senior said. No man is above the law, not even the president of the United States. He said his father sent it after hearing the Nixon Watergate tapes. 10 34. University of.

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"senator ted cruz" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"senator ted cruz" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"In Texas Senator Ted Cruz and nearly a dozen other senators and formed a coalition promising to reject the results next week when Congress meets to count electoral votes. Vice President Mike Pence will preside Wednesday over a constitutionally mandated joint congressional session, Congress officially tallied the results of the Electoral College. If a member of the House and the Senate object to a state's results that forces a debate and then a vote on whether to reject the state's electors, given Democrats control the House. Real top Senate Republicans have already acknowledged President elect Joe Biden's victory. The effort to derail the new administration is unlikely to succeed. Boxes Richards and all eyes on Georgia next week. President Trump VP Mike Pence. Joe Biden and Kamila Harris will all be there. Ahead of Tuesday's twin Senate runoff elections. The Republican senators find themselves in an awkward position as they look to the president to help drive up turnout. President Trump continues the question the intent Gritty of Georgia's elections. Meanwhile, Democrats are largely focused on getting out the vote in predominantly black neighborhoods. Jonah sobs campaign hiring 2000, mainly minority workers who will explain what I softened. Fellow Democrat Raphael Warnock have to offer and then get those folks to the polls to cast a ballot boxes Charles wants in the balance of power in the U. S. Senate is resting on the outcome of those races. Vandals last out of the homes of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, spraying them with graffiti after Congress failed to approve the $2000 stimulus checks. McConnell's Louisville home had messages like Where's my money? And Mitch kills The poor. Pelosi, San Francisco.

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