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Senate Holds Longest Vote in History as Democrats Scramble To Save Relief Bill
"Was quite a bit of drama in the senate yesterday where democrats were sort of scrambling to make sure that they had the votes over unemployment benefits and what happened. I think shows right. The slim majority the democrats hold in the power of certain senators. Yeah i mean. Essentially democrats went to the floor and they didn't have the votes and that really rarely happens. Senator joe manchin of west virginia. He's a democrat was an entirely on board with the party's plan for these extended unemployment benefits and he was threatening to vote with republicans on a competing proposal. Dr rail the entire process for about twelve hours yesterday until they finally came up with deal to tweak unemployment benefits to shorten how long they're going to be available for about a month now a lot of republicans just as the benefits were too generous especially with the economy turning around and the mass availability of vaccines expected likely by early summer. The senate did make some significant changes to the version that the house passed. What were those. I think most notably they scrapped the house plan for a fifteen dollar federal minimum wage violated senate budget rules but also it just didn't have enough support among democrats in the senate to pass joe mansion and kirsten cinema arizona. Were both against it. They also tighten the income limits for those fourteen hundred dollar stimulus checks and they'll start phasing out for folks making over one hundred and fifty thousand dollars a year. They lowered the income threshold. The house bill was more generous and they also made those extended unemployment benefits less generous. They reduce the benefit from an additional four hundred dollars a week to three hundred dollars a week. And they're going to expire now just after labor day instead of the end of september. Do you want to know what the white house has signed off on all these changes that they don't have a problem with it and again. I think it's always important to remind people that the broader contours of this bill is. It's still two trillion dollars nearly in very popular democratic spending proposals. So it's also one of the largest standalone spending bills in history and i think democrats overall see. This is a pretty big victory. Those changes though do me in the house will have to vote again before this gets sent over to the white house for biden signature. When will that happen. it should happen next week. They wanna get this done and send it to president biden by march fourteenth because that's when current extended unemployment benefits expire. It should be able to pass the house leaders. There have been looped in on all these changes. They've been looped in with communications with the white house but there is some frustration among house democrats especially progressive democrats that the benefits in this bill. Were basically cut down because of other democrats new jersey congresswoman bonnie watson said that she was quote disgusted by some of her senate democratic colleagues. She questioned whether she could support the reworked version of the bill. I think that's important because house. Democrats have essentially no margin for error. They can only lose three votes on any party. Line vote and still have it passed so there could be some more drama next week Again bottom line from the democrats. I've talked to you. No one thinks the party itself is going to derail major-party legislation that the top priority for the president and also remember. This bill is hugely popular with the public in recent polling. It's not bipartisan in congress. But it is to voters. And that's a message. That biden has been pressing
"senator yeah" Discussed on 600 WREC
"In writing and signed by a senator. Yes, it is. It is an objection, presented in writing and signed by both a representative and a senator complies with the law. Chapter one of title three of the United States Code. The clerk will report the objections the senator that sign it and can be occurred. Confirming it was Ted Cruz as well in that clip. Also, we were talking a little bit earlier with Gary Palmer. Congressman here and Rick from the stevia. One of our collars had a question about what Gary meant when he said, You know, I vote to sustain And I reached out back to Gary here just a few minutes ago, and he texted me back. And he said that means I voted to support the objection. Just as you heard right there. The objection And the objection is, you know, obviously moving forward on the electoral College confirmation of Joe Biden. So when Gary said, I I vote to sustain That was all about not agreeing with just rubber stamping all the electoral Leave the Capitol building. Wow,.
"senator yeah" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"It's part of the Salem radio family. I love it. When the boss calls and says, Hey, can you fill in for a second? Probably moving the mike, if you're watching is gonna Mike Online comic way, televise it from our studios here in Houston. So they said, Move the mike. It's blocking your face. I said, no, that like is there to block my face. A face for radio for crying out loud. Let's see. I didn't know that you learn a lot to get a big audience. People are feeding you all kinds of Intel State senator from Texas Paul Bettencourt isn't state Senate District number seven, which is where kind of we do. Our show has been a long time friend. Sent me a note about Mark Zuckerberg. Facebook dollars, infecting our elections here. Unlike What in Harris County, the county that surrounds Houston. State Senator Bettencourt. Welcome to the Mike Gallagher Show. How you doing a good topic, Especially since it affected every battleground state in the United States. Tell everybody senator on Do you have the letter that went out? There was money. For services, so to speak, right, Senator Yeah, but what happened? Folks is everywhere. There is a county clerk in a battleground state. They've received a grant from the from effectively the record birds, but it's through an outfit called the Center for Tech and Civic Life. So as Facebook was making money and blocking. Now, all the ads in you know, in the anyway political ads because of the Georgia Senate races. They were dumping about $250 million into county carts and elections administrators across the country free grants, But they came with strings. Sam No, no, Senator, What were some of the strings that came for the mullahs? Well, if it to start off with they wanted to know. Would you want to use the money for Bala Drop boxes? Great idea Accepted Wisconsin, though not legal. Drive through voting great idea, except that it's not legal on Election Day in Texas. Then it goes down to saying, you know, nonpartisan voter education, and then it hits the big one, which is, of course, vote in by mail. Ballots in administration and saying What was happening is in states like Texas and others or in N Georgia, Pennsylvania. They were promoting a massive increase in absentee Balaji effectively universal absentee ballot voting. And they were doing it by basically handing out money. $9.3 million to the county clerk in Harris County, which is Houston. $6.3 million to Fulton County. Ah, Lana, you get the picture Money and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Milwaukee, Wisconsin Wing County Ogi. That's the truly to Michigan. Okay, It's amazing. The pattern is, it's all over the place. And basically so Facebook became an ally of these of this very successful Democrat top down driven strategy. Effectively can open her up voting regulations across the country. State Senator Paul Bettencourt, a Texas was a big scandal here in the Harris County. They wanted to mail out over two million mail in ballots, which is against Texas rules. Texas rags, Senator What happened there in Harris County in Houston. Well as the first guy into the breach. I believe the West so because you can't mail absentee ballots in Texas to people who don't qualify because we've got you have to be there 65 or have in this case you could have actually had cove it or be out of town, etcetera. But so they had literally paid for all these absentee ballot applications, pallets for them in a warehouse. And even when the secretary state follow my lead and told him no. They got a letter from the attorney general. They went ahead and did it because they were getting paid to do it. So we had to find a ball way the Supreme Court and win and then they backed up into the federal judiciary. And they stopped at our federal appeals court and they had to destroy those two million mail in ballots. Luckily, thank goodness before they hit the streets, Senator Yeah, but that cost a million box of somebody's money. You know, I'm a time I thought it was taxpayer money, and it still is, but it was because they were getting incentivized to do this savior. Look, it's like Dropbox is like you don't even need drop boxes, the whole theory of having a male absentee system that was picked by the way pioneered by Oregon. The most one of the most label states in the union. You say you could mail will step in directly in the county clerk and not have a third party. Get your hands on it. Absolutely, you know, So when you look at all this, saying, I think it's very important for the listeners all over the country. To realize that this was the top down strategy. And and they picked up a allies that donated $250 million. The sucker birds themselves. Lovett State Senator Paul Bettencourt from the seventh Senate District of Texas, which is the Houston area, senator. Love the insight. Thank you for keeping us up to date on this. I'm glad they're hearing this because they're the hashtag. Corrupt media would not touch this story. I'm glad you've gotta toss and we could share with the country State Senator Paul Bettencourt. Merry Christmas. Thanks for being a friend of our show in Houston, right? Well, merry Christmas, and they could see in our power to Paul Betting corridor on my website at Paul Bettencourt, Doc time And of course, they could just follow you because you've shared it already. Lovett State Senator Paul Bettencourt joining us on the show Facebook money.
"senator yeah" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"For deferred action for childhood arrivals. It's a program It offers protections for young people who arrived in the US without legal documentation. Santiago's parents moved to Miami from Colombia when he was four. Now he's a graduate of Columbia University in New York, and he is also the first ever Latino DACA recipient to be awarded a prestigious Rhodes scholarship. I just couldn't believe it. I was I was just like I just thought that they were going to call me sale. Actually, you know, we made a mistake. Sorry about that. You were actually they didn't choose you. That s Santiago and yes, they did choose him. Santiago says his love for learning really took off when he was elected for a gifted and talented class in his elementary school. Was just such a rigorous, very, very rigorous education like elementary school education. It was kind of like intellectual boot camp for elementary school students. Marina is David taught that class and she became Santiago's mentor. She told us that he was a star student. He was a very compassionate Carrying cooperative You're was always helping his classmates. And I mean, he has qualities that right now as an adult, I can see him. You know that little boy flourished into what he is now, so I am very happy to have been part of his life. Her classroom offered Santiago more than an education. She really kind of became my first maternal figure. Both my parents were really young. When they had me. There were 16 years old and I just felt I just felt like Syrian like respect and also against the sense of safety coming from this woman who just went out of her way to teach me a rigorous education and I'm really Yeah, I'm just I'm so happy that she thinks I'm heading in the right direction. That direction will take him to the University of Oxford in the UK for a master's degree in international relations. Santiago then plans to come home. I want to be a national security expert working at the Department of State or working as a counselor to a senator. Yeah, I want to use my academic research to help the United States. Ultimately, Santiago boats, the first Latino DACA student to win a Rhodes scholarship..
"senator yeah" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"That yet, but Conan has been on late night TV since 1993. I love him. I love him so much that you watch the show every night. Never. I never watch his show, but I do love him, and I think he's Brilliant and hilarious E mean it was his show was groundbreaking, right? Just in the type of comedy that he was offering was totally unique and different to any other late night show. And it was a reverent and sort of cutting edge and came right out of his experience writing. He was a ready for Senator Yes, and his his chemistry with Andy Richter. His psychic is like unmatched. Yeah. Remember earlier this year we're Dolly Parton said she was donating a million dollars to Vanderbilt University in the hopes of finding a vaccine for covert 19th vaguely. Well, she did that back in April, and apparently Vanderbilt University was involved in a trial for the vaccine. That was done by Madonna. That's awesome. Yes. So we have Dolly Parton to think. For the vaccines. She's a national treasure. Yes, you can see in the funding and disclosure segment of that vaccine trial that there is a thanks to the Dolly Parton Cove in 19 research funds. So cool. Go, Dolly. All right, Well, that's all the dirt this hour from or check out my talk one of 71 dot com or download my talk out. Was a She knows everything. My talk dirt alerts at the top of every hour and at 8 2012 25 20 on my talk one of 71. Around..
"senator yeah" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Harder to cook. But you know the traditional turkeys that we, um, purchase what's available in your market. They're big breasted birds with smaller legs. And really, the preparation of them shouldn't be so daunting. I don't think we used to roast them for people, but I felt like they were getting dry in the re heat and Actually, there's something better than resting a turkey and selling that roasting all debt. But the preparation that I suggest is to give it a dry rub 24 hours ahead of time, and that could consist of just salt and pepper. It can consist of salt and pepper and some dry herbs or fresh earth. Some people like to put a little lemon in the cavity. But just the good rub very generously with salt, pepper herbs and let it sit like that. I don't think it needs to go in to a Brian. I don't think that had Yeah, That doesn't mean we I call this a dry brining and I think of it, okay, both on it for 24 hours. I think that you're good on depending on your salt tolerant mine is quite high to the way I always like a lot of salt. You even rented or don't at the end of the 24 hour period. And that's really I think in advance. That's all that has to be done. I'm of course, it'll be refrigerated wallets dry brining and which could be even on uncovered in a refrigerator, I think would be fine for that period, maybe even on some kind of Iraq that it could drink a little cause that Dryer, the outside of your bird, the crispier. It's going to get it. And then, buddy, Good again. Everybody likes that crispy skin and I, but I always start my bird. Very, very high heat. So I heat up my eventual, like 400 degrees, And, um, I rub mine with Butter from olive oil works good, too. And then I put it in that oven for happen hour and then I turn the temperature down to 3 50 on. I let it go, and there's I guess a lot of different opinions on how long that takes, But I think the most Accurate method is to use an instant read thermometer. Yeah, and do the temperature According Torto the so I think that you could have a ball park. Um And where do you stick that thermometer? I'm always confused. Well, ideally, it should. I'm that's kind of a bit of the problem because they breast will cook faster. But that's why you baste the breast with butter or whatever, just to keep that moisture in and the salting helped battle lot. OK, so you're looking for somewhere between 1 61 65 I say 1 60 to 1 65 because the temperature will go up when you bring it out of the No. Go up a few degrees 1 65 really the proper temperature. Okay, I would test it in two places. One I would test the legs. In the joint and you don't want to touch the bone. And then the other protest in the breast. Okay? And you know those new ones that you can kind of have outside of the You know, they have a long wire army figured to get in there had Senator Yeah. That's pretty accurate, and that's a great way to do it. Then you don't have to keep opening it. I only based in the beginning. You don't really have to baste after maybe, you know, an hour and then I would stop pacing and you have to face it all. But I think that it helps the breasts stay moist. I mean, the other thing. I think that I always I mean, I don't mind my turkey coming out of the oven and sitting, I mean, should rest for 15 or 20 minutes anyhow, But I don't mind it sitting there for an hour while everything else is getting ready. And then you can reheat it. If you want to. Or you can slice it and reheat it, you know, covered. That's a good idea. Oil, you know, I don't know. I don't. I think there's a lot of this dress is trying to get everything together and hot. Right high on the table and together. I mean, I stress about it too, because we always have a lot of people that Thanksgiving. Well, I mean past year. Yes. I don't know what happened this year. When you're in, you know, stressful, trying to get everything together hot in on the table. So the turkey is the one thing that I don't worry about It rather it not get overcooked. So I don't want to just sit in the oven warm, you know, And I think if you have hot gravy turkey heats up pretty fast under hot gravy. Okay, That's a good trick of the train. Why trick? Oh, hey, that's Um, holiday for casseroles, So I try to do everything in the casserole. For the side dishes. You know that way you could only Evan. He did not pull it out and you're ready because mashed potatoes. Everyone expects mashed potatoes, and that's something that has to be done at the last minute and that can cause a problem. Yeah, well, I have, preferably coarse off course we sell Mash the data. And I think personally, that it's the best thing that we do for Thanksgiving because we make really good master dated, but we put them in, Um, a pouch. And so all you have to do is put that in boiling water and it's ready. Yeah, And that makes it really because you're not messing up a pan and you're not using your oven space for the casseroles that you need. Um and it Z. It's foolproof. Now when she says that we do what she's referring to star provisions off Ellsworth Industrial, that you can go by and pick up these items, and you can focus on the turkey and have all these sides done for you. That's right. So, yes. Whenever I see people ordering, like a lot of people just ordered that one thing Okay, Data puree from us. And I was thinking really those air really smart people because it makes everything really easy to have that part of it done. And, um and it works really simply. Maybe one of those very smart people. I think you should try. Yeah. Go down to pound bag and Yeah, And that's you know, that's good for six people. I feel like the sides, you know, in fertile lot for myself like I mean, the turkey's sort of the center like the star, but Um, you know, like a lot of Thanksgivings you reminisce like, Oh, gosh, that green bean casserole. You know the size of this to me the things that almost always stick out the most and then because I'm a big fan of laying the pros Do it. I watch. I watch. You know, I used to watch my mother slave and my my sister in law is the is the master chef and man. It's a lot of work. I'd like to let you do that. Do the proof the pro cooking Andy. I mean to me, it makes a lot of said Absolutely. Because everyone scar sit down and 15 minutes. Yeah, Yeah, And I don't want to do you know, I've been worried all year. Oh, um, season now, because so many restaurants have gotten so good. It is to go meals, right? Right. There's a ton of competition for Thanksgiving. Um, sides and turkey. I think I would encourage everyone to look at their favorite rest restaurants and what they're doing, and by Turkey sides from them because Turkey dinner side because I think that that's gonna be there's going to be a lot of really interesting offerings. And I have AH, list of Lot of restaurants, including Star provisions, which is yours any that are on my website, which is fight and fight. Stop met. Most of these are our carry out and to go. Um, a few of them you could dine in Are you.
What GOP Senate could mean for Biden's climate agenda
"How fast will climate policy shift under a president biden. I'm npr teeth meteorologist. Paul hunter here with climate counts. President joe biden has laid out a dramatic shift in climate change policy. But the makeup of the senate is still uncertain. What could biden do and not do with a potentially divided congress. Former republican congressman. Bob inglis is executive director of the conservative climate action group republic. Espn dot org. Hi bob welcome to climate cast expo. It'd be with you in a recent inside. Climate news piece. I saw you said a divided. Government situation may give rise to the best opportunity for durable climate solution. What did you mean by that. If you run something on one side of the field only then when the pendulum swings you know it can be undone and so the thing that comes with divided government is the opportunity to do this in a bipartisan way. Therefore is durable biden frames a lot of climate change policy agenda in creating jobs a green jobs and infrastructure energy auto manufacturing. Do you think that that can get some buy in from senate republicans that's gonna be the the thing that Will have immediate bipartisan support. I should think which is basically incentives to make it possible to transition to clean energy. I mean if you look at the polling data if we trust anymore you know. I should probably about pulling if the pooling debt is right It shows broad support for the concept of clean energy. President-elect biden has of course a history in the senate do you think that gives them a better chance of cooperation. Really hope it's gonna be different. This time You've got one of the reasons. That is joe biden was in the senate for an awfully long time so he's got cheap understanding of the way the senate works. He's got deep relationships with senators. Yeah there is you know last time we did. This is barack obama and he's only been in the senate for four years before it became president. And you had sadly this racial overlay cola. Name names like secret. Muslim american socialists. There's no reason to call the man names. He's left of center. And i'm right of center but We we shouldn't have done that Indications joe biden like. He's an old white guy like me and show. It won't admit racial element to it. Let's talk about what a president biden could do on his own. What specifics could biden change regarding greenhouse gas emissions with executive actions. There's something that he can do for example issue Executive orders that undue president trump's executive orders if he tries the next step up from the order which is regulatory action could run into some trouble with a six three conservative majority in the court so really we need to go up to the next step which is legislation. And that's where it's so important to find bipartisan consensus. We've seen this huge boom in renewable energy production Some progress in electric vehicle growth. How much can a president accelerate that process. President can accelerate through some executive orders But the most powerful thing the president can do is set a very ambitious agenda for solving climate change and particularly making sure to see it as a worldwide problem. We've if we're just solving for climate change in the us where we're cleaning up local air which is nice but we're not solving for the challenge of climate change in order to do that. You really have to get the whole world. And that's that's what takes real presidential leadership former south carolina. Republican congressman. Bob inglis. thanks so much for sharing some of your perspective today. Hp with paul thank you.
"senator yeah" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"Rush is still the best. Listen today a 10 on 5 50 k f Y I and on FM at 95.5 HD, too. You are listening to the conservative circus I and your ring Master James, he cares. What a crazy week. Did you realize that Judge Amy Cockney Barrett might be? Put on the bench when we might have all of the vote. By late next week. That would be absolutely incredible. And the Republicans did promise that they were going to have this he done by the election. It's been the the media that's been whipping up doubt and all that kind of stuff. But this hearing was smooth. Especially compared to previous hearings. Everybody was bracing for another replay of Cavanaugh. Everyone except for me, I'm telling you is what everyone is saying. Now the the Democrats really damaged themselves during the cabin. All hearings. The images of the screeching banshee outta control. Women cornering Jeff Flake cowering like a little puppy scared puppy in the elevator, scratching its Supreme Court door. All that stuff. The lies being told about Cavanagh. The false witness false testimony again. Nobody was ever held responsible for that. In my mind, I realized the left is suffering from Trump Derangement syndrome, and there was a arrangement there. But I didn't expect what we saw. In Kavanaugh that happen here. How ever Some Democrats, you just can't control You just can't control people like Ah Ah, Senator Hirano from Hawaii. The things she said to judge Barrett crossed the line about to ensure the fitness of nominees for a lifetime appointment to the federal bench or to any of the other positions for any of the committees in which they appear. I asked each nominee These two questions, and I will ask them of you since you became a legal adult. Have you ever made unwanted requests for sexual favors? Airplane Any verbal or physical harassment or assault of a sexual nature? No, Senator. Oh, no. Oh, you ever face discipline or entered into a settlement related to this kind of conduct? Now, Senator Yeah. With her kids sitting there all seven of them. Maisy Hirono went there. Have you ever had any type of sexual What? You know what they can't play. They can't change their playbook. This is the same thing. That Ah Senator. How Heflin Fast. Justice Thomas at the time Judge Thomas O. This If you ever say there was a pubic hair on my coke and no sender, I I did not. Chug the Commons. Have you seen the movie? The Long Dong silver They haven't changed. The playbook was different is this was ah woman, a mother kids in the front row. Amazing. Hirano went there for that reason. Senator Maisie, her own a Democrat from Hawaii. Is the conservative circus clown of the week sponsored by Tombstone, Tactical. Mark. Kelly. He's running against. Senator. Make Sally Don't you know? Is a guy that I brought its world view. $5 million. No $15 million poured into a spaceport that was built in Tuesday. You didn't know that Tuesday, I had a spaceport ditch you Ross. Did you know that two side had a spaceport? Yes, I I do Remember that. Actually, we were there for that. I remember they attempted to launch a chicken sandwich. They did. And they'd launched nothing else. Even launching the chicken sandwich we found out was controversial because they didn't have the zoning to launch anything they built. They built. The spaceport charged the county 15 million bucks. And didn't even have Clarence to send anything into space. That's Mark Kelly. I'll never forget that. Now. Some of that information has started to show up in campaign ads, but they don't They're not telling you the name of the company. It was there. World view. Yes. This is a place where you're supposed to go. If you want to get into a balloon and float up to near space, Mark Kelly Worldview. They actually sold this thing in the Democrats of Pima County ate it up. I gotta tell you, it was the boondoggles a boon Dag ALS, and that's what Mark Kelly has been involved in a lot of boondoggles..
"senator yeah" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"The Republicans and the president say we give you 1.8 trillion and she will not budge. 1.8 trillion people had died. People need this damn money anyway. Wolf Blitzer, Call it up. We'll get to that. And also Megan Kelly calling out Mom are Cuba. More Cubans hypocrisy on China, but the hearings yesterday Amy Cockney Barrett, they didn't touch her. This woman has. She is the anti Kamala Harris. She's got poise, intellect class, and again, it was, but but the the Democrats again the classless Democrats, the same gang that essentially Lynch to try to Lynch Brett Kavanaugh. Ah, they were at it again yesterday his crazy Maisy Hirono, remember? They accused Brett Kavanaugh of gang rape. And here is crazy. Maisy Hirono from Hawaii. Senator Senator. Yes, Senator Hirono asking this is this is the saint of a woman in front of her kids. We're sitting in the bright behind her. Listen to this Since you became a legal adult. Have you ever made unwanted request for sexual favors or committed any verbal or physical harassment or assault of a sexual nature? No, Senator Hirono. Have you ever faced discipline or entered into a settlement related to this kind of conduct? Now, Senator he believed that have you have as I will eat the woman at least like like she's like the most pious Catholic. And why would you even ask that question? I mean, if you have any evidence, so that's the problem. Reason to ask that question. I mean, the fact that she's a pious Catholic, I don't care. There have been pious Catholics. Okay, You got me there, right? The same. Same is Ah, right. But the truth is, like you just said, where did that come from? Exactly the same thing. It was really It was really actually. Terrible, insulting and disgusting. It was disgusting with the smarmy spoiled which kid from New Jersey off Cory Booker. I am spark is well, Let me ask you a question. Amy, Call me Barry. Hold on a second. Here, take a Listen. I want to just ask you very simply, I imagine you'll give me a very short wrestling would But you condemned white supremacy. Correct? Yes. Thank you. I'm glad to see that you said What she would have said No. I'm just curious. Yeah, for. I mean, where did that that you know what that is? That's a try to associate her with Trump and white supremacy again because the polls show The polls are showing the internal polls showing that the president has has garnered about 2025% of the black vote, and they're trying to perpetuate this lie about racism and white supremacy and make it stick to trump. They think the black people are stupid and don't know the truth. Now listen, let's goto Ah this Ah! John Cornyn asked Amy Cockney Barretto, Hold up her note pad. Take a listen to this. You know, most of us have Multiple notebooks, notes and books and things like that in front of us. Can you hold up? What? You've been referring to an answering our questions? Is there anything on it? That letterhead that says United States Senate That's it, it said. Now, everybody. That's a sat there from Gorsuch to Cavanaugh to Kagan to Sotomayor. We'll have extensive notes. She had nothing all speaking off the top of her head again. She ran circles around these idiots. She got a great temperament. The word of the day going around is unflappable. So stop the hearings. Now It's a waste. One more with Maisy. That's crazy. Maisy Hirono listen to this exchange between her and Amy Cockney barrel Not once but twice. You use the term sexual preference to describe those in the LGBTQ community and let me make clear sexual preference. Is an offensive and outdated term. It is used by anti LGBTQ activists to suggest that sexual orientation is a choice. It is not sexual orientation is a key part of a person's identity. How dare you use that term sexual preference? I actually know women. Who have gone back and forth. They have been with men. Then they've been with women. That was a choice. They weren't born that way. Jenna Wolf, by the way, is that the news person? But listen, she let's nail that even when it came to abortion when it came to health care, which is why it's great. Dr. Nicole stop pirates joining us here momentarily because no matter what they asked her She had a great answer, but that got a lot of traction on Twitter. A lot of people saying, Yeah, she's right. She's right. She's right. Well, here you have. Joe Biden. Keith Ellison. Ah, Hanoi, Dick Blumenthal, Congressman Al Green, a black congressman, Ah, Little Dick Durbin and none other than Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Using the phrase this time bring everybody along, regardless of color, sexual preference based on whatever color what with the sexual preference might be by race by age. Sexual preference doesn't matter what your sexual preferences what their sexual preference is never in the course for military career had little thing about her sexual preference had any impact based upon race, color, preference or sexual preference society. Has come to respect. People. Whatever their sexual preference. Ruth Bader Ginsburg, You're a bigot. Dr. Nicole Sapphire Fox News, Of course. Sloan Kettering. Great author. All that stuff She joins us next. New York's home for entertaining dog streaming Now on your smart speaker, Just say play 77 w A. B. C. All right. Have a nice conversation with our dear friend Bernie Pete Morgan. Just yesterday. Pete Morgan, the fine folks at Peerless.
"senator yeah" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
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Because I guess, they don't have any other resources, five programs. Come on. Come on this Christmas coming. Back. We'll get into some from PIPPA. Thomas. Flying. WE'RE GONNA get to front page news, and then we're GonNa Sports. On. Picking Monday to host full. Edit all that stuff out there. New. Job. The pro. S. Cancer Canada. Rest She. John Actually got. News in Bourgeois. Indicate the you've got the front page new John You. Got Front bears knows y'All yes. y'All I do. Barbie y'all. Hit US y'all y'all HOB. Pocono. Right now that New York seeping into a she she got. Go for that. Specifically. Hasn't been sleeping. All we get. Skirt. Race. Out. I don't know if. You. Know he's. Show, he's watching on TV, but it's doing something on this phone chat room. Okay. So news I'm going to start off the first news story that I'M GONNA. Let you know about. His give you an update on. Corona virus. The unofficial start of fall is bringing bringing new challenges tens of thousands of students we were just talking about this are returning to school and college campuses this week after the Labor Day weekend. And of course, as the weather gets larger gatherings will. Move Indoors. the Labor Day holiday also brought large clouds to crowds to beaches and other areas increasing concern that will soon see a spike in cases similar to the ones for memorial. Day. And July fourth president trump is still talking about the possibility. We'll have a vaccine by election day in November, and now he's having a pushbacks of medical experts who are saying that that. Deadline will not be happening even though they've been getting these ramped up clinical trials I don't know the thing they're not saying anything about like what's happening with these clinical trials as far as because they're saying that they're doing good but they're still not saying that it's going to be ready by November number cineas all political it ain't even health issue at this moment. King Forty five is trying to get something out there before Labor Day so everyone can take it with no one's not gotta go all these clinical trials Lisa low something he trying to get this out there to say, hey, listen I got everybody's good before election. Day. No King No. King. King that's not going to say, oh I. Did this your vote for me? My. Probably next year sometime Camp Right I. Know you want the bypass all kind of clinic who? A test or whatever they those for that ain't happening. We're not having. You out there listening to US radio land and you voting for the king. You need to really reevaluate. Your whole entire life. Don't know the king is trying to get rid of social. Security. That just get rid of it and the next two to three years. And y'all running around here with these big trump flags on your pickup truck. We can't even see an highway driving. Because you've been born in the USA. The man is try you're running around to one vote for trump who's dividing this country through race and I'm talking about the Babylonian who loves them Senator Yeah Badalona Ian who's running around their loving donald trump. But at the same time, you still taking advantage of obamacare rank. Right. Running around with these big pickup trucks with these stupid ass flags, your own obamacare which the king is trying to give you. Physically trying to get rid of it can't do it because the Senate won't allow man. And then they stand in a trump administration. He's trying to get rid of social security you idiot. But you run around in the park and you're sending out here twenty Fifth Street Bobby Cologne Down Downtown eastern. Trump rally which shotguns out and five years from now when you get sick and you need some social security, you're never going have it. 'CAUSE YOU HA-. Boy Got rid of it. 'cause he got rid of it. You idiot stupid he's gone to big flags. And No. So Your are taking advantage of Obamacare Gave me some obamacare some to. Yes, they need to But I I just don't miss doesn't make sense to me it's crazy and this is public record. So with this that really tell you Bobby Cologne. On Race? Did a great job dividing the country. Yes, he did. Yes absolutely. True that he did screw came. Kamala Harris and I'm sorry. Kamala Harris meets with Jacob. Lakes. Family. And Kenosha Wisconsin. Smash Smash. Smash Kamala. I was too I I know you would and. Great Sean She's beautiful woman Jacob. Play continues to recover from the seven. Gunshot wounds that have left him paralyzed at the hands of local police officers, he and his family have garnered nationwide support, and that now includes vice presidential candidate Kamala. Harris. where she said, I mean they're in a credible family and what they've endured and they just do it with such dignity and grace, and you know they're carrying the weight of a lot of voices on their shoulders Kamala was seen saying to A. To reporters. After she did a tour of an international brotherhood of Electrical Workers Training Facility in Wisconsin She elaborated on that and stated that her message to take a big family was expressing concern for their wellbeing and of course, for their brother sons wellbeing she had hour long meeting..
Trump pushes forward with executive action on economy despite legal questions
"Surrounding President Trump's multiple executive orders on Corona virus relief lawmakers raising legal questions about his authority to take actions on his own. What we are doing is entirely within the executive capacity of the president. That's White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany. Defending Trump's move. Nebraska Republican Senator Ben Sasse criticized the executive orders calling Trump's actions Unconstitutional slop. ABC is Katherine Walters joining us She's in Washington D. C. You're watching this unfold. Catherine Sass not alone in his criticism, but the president fired back at the senator. Yeah, he definitely fired back at him. Mary said that he has gone rogue, the president and the administration. They gave himself this self imposed deadline of last Friday to come to an agreement with Democrats and agreement that never came to fruition here. So the when Let alone signing. You Know one executive order a three memorandum over the weekend. And, frankly, is you mentioned that on and other Republicans. But, of course, all the Democrats raising concern about his authority to act unilaterally here since Congress handfuls of the power of the purse Now they also raise the fact that he's Cover. You know four different buckets. They cover extending on point and benefits covering the payroll tax, curbing evictions and deferring student loans. They don't address a number of of other items that need funding such a cool additional aid for testing in vaccine development support for that PPP of program for small businesses, So that is another thing that Democrats are worried about here. And the question is, Do you know what it'll get back to the negotiating table were so waiting to hear what Happens asleep between Democrats and White House negotiator debate for that extra 400 bucks and unemployment benefits. The president is taking that money from the Natural disaster fund, and that's right before what a lot of people expect to be a very active hurricane season, and the feds would pay 300 bucks states would have to pay $100. How do you force states to pay that money is on interesting issue because there's a lot of confusion among governors as to how this plan would be implemented to that 400 Dollars, 300 of which the federal government will agree to pay. Now it's a question of units and whether the state will pay $100. But as of right now, the way the order is written in the way that the Department of Labor has so far given guidance city states in order to even get that $300 from the federal government What it needs to make a commitment to pay that $100 so reading from the order is not entirely clear how this would be implemented states to be able to move around Suns that they've already allocated and other portions of their budget. But it's something that Republicans and Democratic governors have in a way Stern's about and where additional funding, for example, would come for schools and other items that may need to fund in the fall. Do the president's actions really have as much power as he's saying they do? Yeah, another question that debate as well. We'll see how the $400 program hands out here. It already seems like there's a great deal of confusion over at the other is the executive order on renters. The one with the curb. Eviction is unclear whether that really has much Keith because it doesn't say that it's going to stop affection, just orders the federal government and federal agencies to attempt to slow these down, so that's one thing we're hearing from Democrats on Capitol Hill over the weekend and today after the president sign, he's memoranda, and these orders is they don't really carry much weight, but they don't really have a Keith as some of the supporters of these orders. ABC is Katherine
"senator yeah" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed
"You gave him some. Your writings I thought were really interesting about The kind of people I didn't know had come up on the black boogeyman train. You know like Betty. Dan, you discuss that she was actually somebody who was beaten by her husband had nor had no the about that I. had to wear makeup to cover is the second with the popular second wave feminist had to wear a makeup to cover bruises and stuff, but she can still traffic in blackmail patriarch. Detroit's when you know. Her own husband were starting to where Senator Yeah and people that he had relationships like. The document who ran the Daily News? I mean these guys massages, it hard core values, and yet she reasonably ragged. She recently bragged about how her hatred above like men had been expert and Philip from the pro. Who's The wrath is alive out the Philip Roth right film up. Yeah, yeah, and he really had a book adapted by HBO recently I. Think. Is it a mental series? Plot Amar thought against now. Your David Simon Simon who had depicted a black mitten as pimps, prostitutes and drug dealers in the wire. Putting America and they had real mindy drill here. And a lot of those feminists are writers, and for him, and his writers have been praising or discussing plot against America without calling for a retroactive cancellation, and had no idea how bad even his wife said Philip Rock was as far as being a massage, but it's always a certain level of nuance, or he said he had an irrepressible rage toward women as she put it and. They asked him in esquire. you know how how do you think the feminists would react to certain cases? But yet they they love him. They gave him one wonderfully will. Who's The star girls? Lena Dunham. Yes, appraised into own carries on the side of the season writer yeah. Lena Dunham said. She doesn't care if he's a misogynist. He's a great writer, but or they'll beckon the football player gets. treaded by her for having the identity, not even for anything truly misogynist, but for I guess not giving her sexual attention. I thought the idea that she thought she does entitled to sexual attention by a black man that caliber was just amazing in and of its self. You know he's ended with her. The actress having a blackout. I didn't even know that that's. And, the funny thing is the only like black character that she was involved with the whole show was Donald. Glover I think it was like two or three or something, and then the show ends with. They're having a black child, but you don't know who the child's father is whether the father sold the Pitcher, which to me is just like. It ended on the note that it was always supposed to end on The question I had for you in. One of your What if it works that I? Really appreciated was the end of the day at the Front News. The question of your essays in look what that really stood out to me. One of those was. What it came across to me as a defense of Washington, Marlisa some some form of of apologetic because there's. Always like sort of two different ways of looking at Booker, T. Washington. There's always the Silla point of view or the working class point of view and the way of looking at. Not Washington usually ends up being a direct comparison in contrast to the BBC boys. I just wanted to get a sense. 'cause in enough reads what of the drums same booker? He says that the direct progenitor of black intellectuals is booker, T. Washington, but in your essay you actually say that. Washington was more in tune with the masters with with the black working class and the sort of the The elite was the baby boy's rarely ever set foot off. Of campus can you expand just a little bit view of Washington because I get now for the most part that people look at Washington has just like in the Madame. Cj Walker movie that was just released by by Kazi Lemon. So you know he's. He's played as a misogynist, and that's often what the image should I see, but you seem to have a different view. I looked at his papers on Hampton and I was very struck by the fact that the achieves handbuilt built. The students helped to build some of the buildings. Patronage but I mean I think if only Tuskegee had graduated the commodores in Husky Airman. I think a lot of these elections leave about me behind rhetoric while he actually build something and I'm a personal connection to T. Western, because when we lived in Chattanooga are my uncle support out family because he's a Taylor and he learned you oughta tailoring from a cousin who studied at to ski, so I think was what Bush book lost the gall to we. We! Had tables result Albanians, Taylor and I think that southerners have a different viewpoint about already Boston Watson accused Oh boys of coming to the South Michigan trouble going back to the north and do. I said a lot of flaws in his background. In fact me in my late predominately rocker got into big debate about his ties to nasty government. No, he deploys went to Germany. Under a fellowship that was sponsored by some pro, Hitler Guy, who had lunch or dinner would Hitler and Devore's kind of praise, the regime of the had lunch with. Some of the some has some of the people, and and as a matter of fact was his name, O? Thinker case there's a there's a historian at. Storing at Howard University bookham about how blacks Africans were treated of the Hillerich during the Hitler regime, and he talks about how our voice Mason favorable remarks about the regime and in Bernard soldiers translated in interview that that divorce made to a German newspaper in New York, and he said the same thing, so I think that he was not entirely without flaws, but Booker T., Washington actually build an institution, and that's his legacy. Why should also say that? He wasn't the only one at the time because a lot of Americans like fats in retrospect. We obviously have our view fascism, but at the time I mean. There was a massive fascist movement in the United States? A lot of a lot of people were. Sympathetic! Towards Fascism Boo. Killer yeah. He got his ideas for here right and. Many. Many of the tactics for subjugation for a resettlement salon actually came from Canada and the way that Canadians treated indigenous people on top of that. You know Marcus Garvey. once made. Favorable comments towards both Hitler and Mussolini, but in retrospect or in later on, he ended up having to refute statements. Loosely, United States in. Churchill amid a tribute to Hitler I mean up until the fashions really started acting course manner for example BDO. Skype Toscanini because he would play the state here. Stay little fascist song. loosely is operatives, matter, fact Cole Porter, and you're the top at song he will. He's near the top. Your Mussalini said they happened when.
"senator yeah" Discussed on KCRW
"One this time which sees one the you know no no no no no no no no and she no sense she he collected twenty four senator yes the love.
"senator yeah" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Of course the broader questions you have to do with housing and what can be on about housing but there were many who were championing this bill particularly up here in northern California I'm wondering if you could talk about what went into the works in terms of concern about wildfires I mean because certainly that was part of decisions of senators yeah so there's definitely been some criticism of this bill that it doesn't address that issue of adding density where there might be wildfire risks I know that folks in the bay area concerned about that there are certainly areas in the bay area that have bart stations that are not particularly dense that would be impacted by this bill that are in areas that have very narrow exit routes are very limited exit routes for escaping a fire senator Skinner Nancy Skinner has a bill that would address some of that but that hasn't been passed yet so there's still a chance that it that this would be a risk if SP fifty had been approved we still have a severe housing problem and maybe listeners will give us some idea what's on their mind other SB fifty has not been passed for the third time and ideas about what to do let's hear first from Arthur Arthur in Palo alto you're on good morning S. B. fifty would not result in very little affordable housing if I could make it harder to build affordable housing if you have a a luxury condos with non units use get zero portable housing it would raise the right place of lance that affordable housing developers could not afford to buy the land to build a hundred percent affordable housing so better result better approach is actually found a portable housing directly that would not raise the price of land that we would actually get affordable housing SB fifty would just be a giveaway to the developers who have funded center wieners campaigns I thank you for that call in that opinion let me go to you honestly am doing because there were some amendments has got winter went to the trouble of putting on test be fifty which was supposed to certainly not only address affordable housing but also really put some news strictures on developers yeah so what you want to do was for every project that was going to be larger than ten years would have to have some sort of affordable housing set aside whether that's financial or for some larger projects would have to include how these for low income residents directly as part of that building additionally he's off made the point that this is a bill in his view that would add housing rather than take housing away and so there were a number of provisions that would block or delayed the ability for developers to demolish existing housing prior to or if they wanted to use and if these rules for instance so if a tenant who lived on a on a property for seven years in the seven years prior that means a developer could you didn't tell that that the seven years expired then again if you'd like to join us you can do so at eight six six seven three three six seven eight six and here's some tweets coming in Ali tweets Gavin Newsom promised us in his election that he would close the gap on three and a half million homes a state is missing by not stepping up to show strong support for SB fifty he is effectively going back on that promise in the coming of the lamb I read it back to what I was saying earlier which is if you if the governor doesn't like it to be shipped your the thing is that the is the right solution fair enough but I think it to their to the listeners point if it if that's the case and it's really incumbent upon him to tell the public how he expects to meet his campaign goals and so again if not at the fifty than what is he want to do to really dramatically spur housing production we have not seen a plan for him in hid in his you know since he's been elected not yet and here's another tweet from Melissa rights are state Senate is one hundred percent homeowners every single one of them is profiting massively off our housing shortage at this point I think change can only come by voting Ahmad and mas or with a ballot proposition one comment on that for sure I'm especially about the point about profiting massively because it is true it's certainly home prices have seen dramatic increases in recent you know in the past decade and you know everyone is feeling at the you know renters of people who are homeowners I could see it should say are feeling the pinch because of that you know I don't you know it I think it might be a little disingenuous to say that people that homeowners only care about the value of their homes I think that that you know there is a long history especially in the you know speaking for the bay area of you know trying to have you know see themselves as a sort of progressive in fighting development and and corporate add change in their neighborhood and when this bill was first introduced people kept saying to you know telling me all is the Manhattan is ation of my community that this is going to lead to this massive change I think people mostly just fear change they on you know this is the home that they bought they put a lot of investment into it they feel very attached to it there's certainly an emotional connection to your home and so it goes beyond just you know profit and politics this is about where people live in and how they feel about where they live together involves a Seri is affordable housing reporter for KQED I'm gonna read couple more tweets one from Jordan assessable yesterday was deeply disappointing for me especially as a young person born and raised in the bay area and as someone who considers leaving more and more every day I'm heartened by the fact that I saw and heard from many new people who had been actively involved in housing advocacy before come out and join us and support and a little listener tweets for opponents of this bill what policy would you propose that could address the three million home shortage in a way consistent with our values inclusivity equity and sustainability when in a crisis it's not enough to just say no not this solution we bring another caller on and that's that from Jeff from Janice hello yeah I'm very disappointed governor news document out in support of this or any real his.
"senator yeah" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Get whatever she had in there she was an innocent bystander in this entire thing now she's a cue in on conspiracy target yep that's out there but she is she is just a lawn seating what are you known see it when I went on error in July twenty sixteen the day before trump declared his loyalty to Russia and I said the United States is under attack and how we treat it between that and a in the election me Sara James your name each Amali and others out there to join Reid when we were saying every day that one there the United States was under attack here's the response we got but her email exactly exactly this she is in the most dangerous here since eight eighteen sixty we could come apart next November yeah anyone that use themselves a loyal American anyone abuse themselves the patriots will do everything they can to oppose this president and by the way who are these two dams that want to vote in favor of trump in against me impeached where does this come from it won't give trump of buy orders in victory that he's claimed you know yeah I mean we have got to get out there call or come to this many senators yeah or this is the time to get the streets to the phones into the bat poles alright and also dropped the tube the tube all right love you Malcolm seen his quick right decorate can be safe fifteen minutes after the hour this portion of the stuff he knows about you by TV distillery dot com it is the is the official US C. C. B. R. it you know dispensary of Todd Todd that's a bad CBT is distillery man okay you need to see what he can do for you and many of the health benefits of.
"senator yeah" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"A magic trick you know how magicians with decks of cards I'm thinking of some Bob and give them an idea is great and I'm going to play on your table on the virgin voyage of of the virgin cruise line price I heard you have are you doing to senator yeah I'll be standing up most of them probably I'm doing is against you're not in my friend is taken one is this is April first all right so our our tables virgin wages have signed a deal with us and that we are supplying them and we of course supply carnival we are your own Carl right here in and we were about to announce we've announced another cruise line but we haven't announced actual specific name or waiting to do that initial just give me the changing landscape of casinos these days because you know it most people think a Las Vegas when you've got it you've got what they call Indian gaming casinos right and in several cities in the US yeah and it's in and I know their modified games really what it comes down to is you're taking advantage of a the modified game as well as a traditional game people are like technology and there's no dealer there well sure because there's no dealer you're getting much more revenue if you're the operator of the players you don't have to tip after everyone had but the reality of it is the table is basically a large iPad yeah and you can play all sorts of different games while you're playing or leading to play no bad attitude from the dealer I was no health insurance you know you say that that's a big consideration the minimum wages are going up all sorts of other expenses are going up and it's hard to have that operational logistics handled all the time this table eliminate sat in his every move like don't.
"senator yeah" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"And a good evening Ryan Benjamin and Steve the Broncos have a good chance of beating Minnesota if they control the ball for at least seventy five percent of the time he would be my to be favored winning you had a Boston five senator yeah you sign your hand on the table sale are you around in Cleveland have five seventy five in Cleveland had the ball like I put some put a man into it right as a six three five police have been saying that hi Susan farmer seventy five I was weak yeah go ahead but speaking of Minnesota Vikings Chris Eyre's junior talking earlier today about facing a team that he knows very well least an officer scheming knows very well may have set a lot can I get an understanding of what he likes to do then so it helps me out a lot so I just try to give whatever tips I can't to the younger guys I'm really face so many offices like him I'd be more specific Chris what is a look like to face a Kubiak offense well this is you gotta be able to cover the ball we take but he he takes big shots it takes him down the lights go down to fill so you have you ready to take that away and this is what he does it take shots in the loss to go deep so remember when you were playing clue when he's with the Texans and as we did versus may he took his up top to when we played in their home along with our family you have things to have thirteen but that's what he does it was interesting when I when I watch the Minnesota Vikings I think about what Dalvin cook is doing out there sure is to find digs is had his moments and he can be a really dangerous receiver who knows but Adam Thielen in his availability for this game they definitely have some guys that can take you over the top but I I I keep thinking about Dalvin cook and it's interesting how he may be more the perspective of a quarterback or defense back is to get out of moral fact coming off of the top more so in the defense of live what do you think about when you see Gary Kubiak's offense and how to break it down and shut it down well one of the things is that the Christmas news interview as well as that the try to give the look just like and as a defense can which one do you want one make everything look a like sort of corporate looks over there that I come to that's what Minnesota Vikings office tries to do and I think that's going to be the bigger problem is that you know especially if you have a lot of guys we haven't played against this type of offense you know it what time is around two times to run third time bashing passed in if you're not extremely disciplined they will take advantage of it and you know most of the good offices of like that though they they have you know two or three different plays they run make it look exactly the same and then if you're not discipline and that you know they're going to run the fees you know go run to see okay happening you know was this sad foot up was outside make up you know what was in position and if you try to position it will come right back to it and the good the good good coaches do that and this did that as a part of it so they'll talk about the two they they you know they can do that well Kerr causes these have been to a great year and I think they run game makes it all go though and fourthly for us we've been very good against the run and we've been really getting us to pass so I know the the defensive players I'm sure they're concerned they're going to go out and play play hard but for me I'm not I'm not I'm not I'm not that concerned about it about how to play well that is interesting by the way that the businesses we talked about this you said was that the the father's side of the coin is Minnesota's defense also advise against this offense everyday the other thing about this she's a broker to get a different style of running back if they're up against then they've seen all year that we faced mostly power runners you know Josh Jacob's ladder for nets inertial Derek can reach you know guys like that those are our backs Dalvin cook is not a power back easy perfect should be back to the zone run in mantis you have a third gear you profit to to he opened a door girl he's you can with the eagles shoulder but he I'm I'm tell you key is faster than anything that they've played a huge place with another gear all together and I'm I'm a little concerned I is this is a little bit different I like how they defended the power guys funneling inside wrap him up you can't do that with Alvin I mean he's got so much making this is so much I don't know I'm I'm concerned yeah I mean I was concerned we're going to get the browser Nick show that's that's what I was concerned about could choke I can't I don't know them whose vezes pheasant XO the key I think faster I know you special combine but I I think he's faster pads listen Dalvin cook is averaging over a hundred and forty one yards from scrimmage per game discussing your games really seven because you get one ninety seven ninety eight yards in there there were two games and there were years actually mostly shut down against Philly and against Chicago those two games where he had a rush for forty one and thirty five but again this is a guy is averaging all over almost a hundred George pretty nice a five point four point nine right now Kerry was ten point six per reception yeah they love to come to him out the back feeling do full of a lot of screen passes his way he's got four and twenty four receiving yards nine or ninety one rushing yards get ten touchdowns in the year like I said averaging a hundred forty one point five yards from scrimmage per game is so so one first it all in all due respect prison I guess what he's thinking about is if I most of its divine Diggs I got to be mindful of the fact they're gonna try to get him deep a couple times because you know they are but it's Dalvin cook band if if you can or troll Dalvin cook at all sorry Dalvin cook the engine the gas pedal I mean it's you know I I just said like he he's what makes that thing go and if you can find a way to shut him down to contain him well then all you have to deal with this the five digs Kyle Rudolph Adam Feelin Errol Smith what is a good help going back to the original point from prisoners perspective he said it helps a lot having experience he played under Kubiak he knows what this office is going to be trying to do does that help at all does I think it definitely helps but I still think with the vita hairs younger corner you know we don't know if he's seen or played against this office that much so each of her good gonna have to be disciplined on a whole nother level to make sure that you know he didn't don't fall for the bait and and you know that's what I was going to come down to an end just you know being displayed this is not always comes out sometimes it's easier than other times but it he could you tell us this week no no question about it there is a comment later on we will place on the side the Broncos against tight ends yeah they're actually pretty good against tight ends really it's always been batters only weird how that follows that we it's just weird how it follows that approach itself will talk a little bit about that.
"senator yeah" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"I mean I think well Andy I I started here and I ran it for seventeen years as artistic executive director sixteen years MSA I am one of the founders with Cindy but you know of a former state senator yes and and city Montoya because we write and we it took three years to get the legislation passed and then another two years to write the charter and find the space hire faculty and so I was I was the engine behind all of that and then once the school opened I don't know I was chair of the board for a bunch of years and then net took over for me and I've slowly transitioned into bottle washer I don't know right well but bottle washer that's a that's very funny but the cat Catherine first of all is is our leading cheerleader and she knows more about it I mean this is all right from her toes you know she knows this whole thing and the other thing is is is it she keeps challenging us because as you get a phase done you start getting a little more conservative and you keep you know you're going to just do this and kind of go you know don't talk about cinema arts yet so in Catherine will just say no that's not true is what we should be sure you match an error the Imagineers is a perfect word bottle washer imagine well you have to have dreams to cap yourself going absolutely Kevin Oppenheimer net been at our guest will be joined in awhile by the president of the Art Institute in one of the co founders anyone toy as well right Mexico school for the arts it's about twenty minutes after three o'clock we'll be here until four o'clock today talk about sixty one of three seven KPRC we three we podcast at Santa Fe dot com we'll be right back.
"senator yeah" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"S. senator yeah and by the way the mayor of south bend Indiana polling fifth that's impressive it's really impressive because again I think he's the most relatable likable and he's clearly the brightest person running for president I mean I I don't want to sound like a snob here but just you just listen to this man speak on like my lord he just as social talented because he's got that ability not many political figures have that ability that it comes across as it's not rehearsed but it probably is but he just delivers the lines yeah it's like a great actor right you know like used you go and see the great actors in it just seems so authentic and real like it's the first time they're saying and they may rehearsed it a thousand times but they have that ability to make it seem spontaneous he has that ability to do that you're you're right sometimes you have to run at that point you can't wait for years yeah because it was because think about it think about how much time for years is and how it can scale what was supposedly this excitement yeah yes and people have said that about Warren yeah it's like we used to think she was exciting but now we sort of you know there is that sentiment does exist nowadays you know over time as she is proving herself in terms of fundraising in terms of bringing substance to the table that sort of was spring it seems to be going away but it does become sort of a factor out there it was so complicated right twenty sixteen because everyone just assumed Hillary Clinton was gonna just sees exactly thirty Sanders kind of gotten away right you know he was the turn the punch bowl for Hillary I think for the progressives who wanted people like Elizabeth right on it this was you know they just wanted anybody but Hillary yeah now and and so it could have been a time for her to jump on it but she would have made enemies of a lot of establishment people as well in doing so so it's one of those tough tough ones for her what we're gonna get a quick break we come back we've got some other very important issues to bring up with John type Chevy certainly that I believe we're going to be Hey listen you snot peacocks were were big I've got more coming out you all right so keep it here for that on Boston Herald radio from Nantucket island in the Atlantic Boston Herald radio is there the.
Senator Cruz Grills Google Executive Over Insider Story
"Ted cruz grilled a google executive named maggie stanfield and ask her whether she was aware of the project veritas report lot of americans have concerns that big tech media companies in google google in particular are engaged in political censorship in bias as you know google joys a special immunity from liability under section two thirty of the communications decency act The predicate for that, immunity. Was that Google and other big tech media companies would be neutral public. Fora. Does Google consider itself? A neutral public forum. Thank you. Senator. Yes. Does. Good. Are you familiar with the report that was released yesterday from Veritas that included? a whistle blower from within google that included videos from a senior executive with at google then included documents that are reportedly internal powerpoint documents from google yes i heard about that report in industry news a._b._c. that report no i have not so you didn't review the report to prepare for this area it's been a busy day and i have a day job which is digital wellbeing google so i'm trying to make sure i keep the chains i'm sorry this this hearing isn't pinging on your data it's a great opportunity thank you i really one of the things in that report and i would recommend people interested in political bias at google watched the entire report and judge for yourself but whistle blower identified simply as an insider at google with knowledge of the algorithm is quoted on the same report as saying google quote is bent on never letting somebody like donald trump come to power again Do you think it's Google's job to make sure quote, somebody like Donald Trump never comes to power again. no sir i don't think that is google's job and we built for everyone including every single religious belief every single demographic every single region and certainly every political affiliation well i have to say that that certainly does not appear to be the case of the senior executives at google do you know of a single one who voted for donald trump Thank you, Senator. I'm a user experience director and I work on Google digital wellbeing. And I can tell you, we have diverse views. Do you know of anyone about it for Trump? of the site or definitely know of people who voted for trump of the senior executives at google i don't talk politics with my work bait is that a no sorry is that a notorious what do you know of any senior executives even a single senior executive at the company voted for donald trump as the digital wellbeing expert i don't think this is in my purview to comment on all right you don't have to definitely don't know i can tell you what the public record show the public records show that in two thousand sixteen google employees gave to the hillary clinton campaign one point three one five million dollars that's a lot of money care to venture how much they gave to the trump campaign i would have no idea sir well the nice thing is it's around number zero dollars zero cents not a penny according to the public
"senator yeah" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Twenty Republican senators. Yeah. Yeah. Well, here's the thing. He. World he would have been twenty fifth amendment. It'd again. That's right. But but again, we have the founders did not foresee we have a whole party read is complicit and or traders, right? So yeah, I get that. We don't have the votes for impeachment because they clearly have signaled they're going down with the Trump Tannock. Right. But I just I have to hope and believe that I'm still going to be right at the end of the day that Nakal Nancy's, right? This is too overwhelming. It'll drop off the back of a truck in front of the Washington Post if nothing else, and I think because I think when I say we're past impeachment. I think it's because he he really does belong in prison. This is not an I feel like we can't just go over the good of the country will just blah, blah, blah. I think we've never been confronted with this array of a lawbreaking, and I think we have to you know, for our country's sacred history. State. Right. You can't just go. Okay. Well, this one time, but I think it'll be so overwhelming he will be forced to step down. But I'm eve now now that's what I'm talking about. Do. We just let him step down to avoid prosecution. He has to go to. But the New York stuff, that's what they're saying. Is I can't stop that. Once he's not president. Yeah. Yeah. Once he's not president. It can be indicted. Well, I think he still could be indicted. That's still just a question. Yeah. Okay. Let's he gets on the plane and goes to a country's this extradition treaty like Russia there. All right. All right. Wow. Where's Malania from? Maybe they'll go there. Lavinia Bucharest Bucharest. Yeah. I'd be best. If they went to jail, in my opinion, I think all right Marianne Williamson. Doc. Yeah. It's it's you need something beyond a miracle. Rush hour traffic in Los Angeles. I have not heard back yet. She's probably driving, right? Because you shouldn't be checking your emails when driving a driver. She's running for president also true. All right. Twenty minutes after the hour. This portion of the Stephanie Miller show brought to you by our Harry's razors. Great. Yeah. Chris you need to keep that. Because people notice you've h like a president since you've been back only two weeks. So you need to keep that clean shaven. No. Baby. He's he's lived a whole presidency in two weeks. Home..