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A highlight from LST9 The Passion of St. Therese The Letters of St. Therese of Lisieux with Fr. Timothy Gallagher Discerning Hearts Podcast
"The asserting hearts .com in cooperation with the oblates of the Virgin Mary presents the letters of St. Therese of the suit with Father Timothy Gallagher Father Gallagher is a member of the oblates of the Virgin Mary a religious community dedicated to retreats and spiritual direction according to the spiritual exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola He is featured on several series found on the eternal word television network He is also author of numerous books on the spiritual teachings of St. Ignatius of Loyola and the venerable Bruno Lanteri founder of the oblates of the Virgin Mary as well as other works focused on aspects of the spiritual life The letters of St. Therese of the suit with Father Timothy Gallagher, I'm your host Chris McGregor So this is May 9th of her final year she dies September 30th The symptoms are not yet at their worst. It's tuberculosis. It was tuberculosis that would take her life We've mentioned earlier from a very early age Therese, she had bronchitis every winter and she had whooping cough very often For several years the sisters had already noticed that her voice would get hoarse in the morning and in the evening Her cousin Marie who was the daughter of the pharmacist and whose letters are very helpful because she has a bit of the Doctor's eye and she describes more clearly than any of the others the symptoms Therese is undergoing as she's writing to family members and others They were worried. They could see that something was not right and a year earlier on Holy Thursday and Good Friday. She has that coughing up of blood Which almost incredibly was not taken as seriously as it should have been Now Therese herself to be fair in all of this Therese herself is in part if we can say this of a saint to blame because She minimized the symptoms she hid them as long as she could in fact when she had that bleeding She never said anything to her sister Pauline who only found out much later because she didn't want them worrying about herself and She struggled to keep up with the discipline and the the daily or Arrium and so forth of the monastery Carry out her tasks even at times just even to walk up the steps. She would almost have to stop at each step She would go through the day with fever and chills all of this has been going on but The symptoms will get to their worst in August where she has a month of excruciating pain But the tuberculosis is progressive and what it's doing is it's eating up the lungs and it's progressively getting harder and harder for her to breathe So a book by this Bishop whom I mentioned as perhaps the primary scholar of Therese He's not a dry academic he loves her and he writes well about her and with great knowledge This book is entitled the passion of Therese of this year, and it's by Bishop Guy Gaucher G -a -u -c -h -e -r And in one chapter in this book, he describes the symptoms that Therese undergoes with the tuberculosis So he entitles this section here from Therese words. I didn't expect to suffer like this. Oh Some of the remedies that were done and Therese bore them She knew they were going to be useless She's like her mother in this. Zelie never had much faith in the remedies The doctors would offer. Of course medicine was not at its present level at that time I'll only mention one of them which is just kind of hard for us to imagine It was called pointe de feu points of fire and what would happen was they thought to increase circulation to help the body a Needle would be heated to where it was red -hot and it would be applied to the skin of the person and Therese had this done several times up to 500 applications of these needles like this Now you can imagine the condition in which she would return to her her room or her infirmary the infirmary She bore all of these things, you know gives a whole new meaning to her expression about thousand little pinpricks. Oh My goodness, is that a possibility of something that I mean in that experience, I mean it gives it a whole new dimension, doesn't it? Well, it's really hard for us to imagine You know the kinds of things that end and diet foods that were just very difficult for her to eat and so forth You know it was and some other things I won't get into all the details But part of her martyrdom is really the only word for it Was the medical attention such as it was that she was given because she was also left without medical help At times when she desperately needed it and also morphine was available to sedate pain But the superior never allowed it now to be fair to the superior when she later herself She died of cancer a very painful death. She would not use it herself It was just considered something that nuns would not use, you know So it was not as though she was simply being cruel to Torres and although in effect it meant that Torres bore excruciating pain with no mitigation at all in these last months of her life But it was not necessarily out of bad will There were also other things involved There was a doctor who was the regular doctor for the Carmel and who was a friend of the superior and good man One of his sons was a priest But when he was away at times a family doctor that this actually was the husband that her cousin Jean married Could have come and helped but the superior just really didn't didn't want that So especially during that month of August when she went through the worst of her pain She had no medical attention during that time. Can I ask you this? I mean What would those sisters going through her blood sister is going through watching this? With this superior that didn't seem to be responsive. I It was terrible. In fact Surreptitiously on a few occasions they mixed a little morphine into drinks and things they did the best they could To try to help her in that situation. This was Torres of the child Jesus and of the holy face very much It's her passion. That's the title of this book that we're quoting So I'm just going to list the symptoms now these symptoms as I'm as I'm saying We're not yet at this stage in May when the letter that we're reading was written But they indicate throughout this time to res continued to respond to letters there was a seminarian Maurice Belair and The very nice book has been written on this by Bishop Patrick Ahern. That's Maurice resin Maurice the story of a love a seminarian who was really struggling Wrote to the Carmel asked if a sister could pray for him the prioress asked her as to do this So in this last year and a half or so of her life You have this handful of letters that he writes And then her response. It's always the same he respites rights discouraged by his failures He writes back to encourage him. God is calling you to be a saint. I know it you can do it But especially for this I'll just quote this one instance because his need was so great in the midst of these kinds of pains And with a trembling hand with the pencil Torres would write sometimes even lengthy responses to these people So that's when you read them on a page. It looks like they're nice Sedate letters that that was not the case All right to describe the symptoms of the tuberculosis So the bishop says fever and profuse sweating for six months So that does include this may that we're looking at Torres suffered from a fever which fluctuated Sometimes her back was burning like fire Sometimes she was perspiring so much. She became dehydrated Digestive troubles Torres suffered frequently from nausea often losing her meals even before she became bedridden The doctor prescribed milk for her. She had never liked it. She could not digest it She continued to take it forced it down knowing what would happen Respiratory troubles as the tuberculosis spread through the lungs Torres suffered pains first in her right shoulder and arms then in her left side the continual cough emaciation Strikingly when you look at the photos of Torres and this is typical from what I've read about this her face looks unchanged Her face looks healthy and all the photos that you see and in fact This was one reason why many of the sisters didn't really believe she was very ill to look at her She seemed fine So she didn't get a lot of sympathy from many in the Carmel as as she went through this But underneath the habit she was becoming a skeleton Normally the face of a person suffering from tuberculosis takes on certain characteristics, but Torres face remained almost the same Her voluminous Carmelite habit hid her thin thinness and her face was full Only her thin hands betrayed her That's all you could see through the habit and gave the lie to the healthy look and the emaciation itself caused various afflictions weakness powerlessness and distress People suffering from tuberculosis like this obviously would have deep emotional discouragement and depression and pain They did the prodigious remedies customary at the time but ridiculous today do anything to alleviate all this suffering Basically the answer to that is no that they really didn't do much Right, that's and of course add to this that Torres is in the heart of the spiritual darkness at this point Which is centered on? This sense powerful in her that heaven is not real that when we die everything is over and She is making more acts of faith as she'll say than ever in her life at this point She writes these lovely poems about eternal life the sisters comment on it and she says I am writing about what I wish to believe So she is this is a martyrdom, you know This is a passion that Torres is going through and that's the context of this letter that she's writing So this is the second Person this case already ordained a priest that she was asked to accompany spiritually and it was a father Adolph Rulong Who was destined for the missions in China where he actually spent 13 years? He stopped by the Carmel at one point can't say that he and Torres actually saw each other because the grill was in between Although they tried to work it so that Torres was the last one.
Fresh update on "september 30th" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek
"Denise Pellegrini Charlie through the smooth KKR is robbing its bet on to insurance fuel asset and fee growth the bio giant says it will fund the purchase from its balance sheet which had 23 billion dollars in cash and investments as of September 30th KKR says the transaction along with the series of strategic initiatives is expected to boost after tax attributable earnings per share by about 10 % next year KKR also says the acquisition will give it access to Atlantic's retail distribution platform which benefits its growing wealth business and it creates opportunities these for the firm's capital markets unit as well Charlie and that's Denise Pellegrini today KKR years up by 7 .7 % General Motors is
A highlight from Your-Weekly-Tech-Update-EP-134
"Hello everyone! Welcome to your weekly tech update, the show that explores the newest, coolest, and sometimes mind -boggling side of tech available on the interwebs. I am your host, Ray McNeil. Coming up on the program today, Google Meet video calls are getting a Zoom -like layout. Impossible Foods rolls out to nearly one thousand new grocery stores and supermarkets, and will take your mind off the world and put a smile on your face with this week's Moment of Joy. That and a whole lot more coming up on today's edition of your weekly tech update, next. Google Meet will undergo huge changes over the next few weeks as the tech giant rushes to make it a more viable alternative to Zoom. To start with, the video conferencing tool is now directly accessible from within Gmail for business and education users. Those who prefer Zoom for its gallery -like layout that can show up to 25 participants at once would probably be more excited to get another feature coming later this month. Google will roll out a new layout option that can display up to 16 participants. There's already a Chrome extension that can mimic the Zoom feature for Meet, but its official release means there's no need for a workaround anymore. The company will also enhance Meet's video quality in dim lighting and its ability to filter out background noise in the coming weeks. In addition, an upcoming feature will allow users to display a specific tab open on their Chrome browser during a call. Zoom recently enjoyed a surge in popularity due to a shelter -at -home order, but it suffered from various privacy issues that has prompted a lot of organizations. including several school districts in the U .S. to ban it outright. With these changes, Meet could become a new decent alternative to Zoom, especially since its premium features are free to use until September 30th. Disney set the streaming -only premiere date for live -action sci -fi fantasy Artemis Fowl on its Disney Plus service worldwide, hoping it gives more juice to the subscription VOD product while all of the theaters are closed. Artemis Fowl, directed by Kenneth Branagh, will be exclusively available on Disney Plus beginning on Friday, June 12th. It had originally been set for a May 29th theatrical debut. Based on the best -selling book by Irish author Ian Culfer, Artemis Fowl follows the journey of a 12 -year -old criminal mastermind as he desperately tries to save his kidnapped father. Artemis must infiltrate an ancient underground civilization of fairies and track down the Oculus, the fairies' most powerful and coveted magical device, to pay the ransom. In a statement, Branagh said that Artemis Fowl would be as proud as I am that families around the world will now be able to enjoy his first amazing screen adventures together on Disney Plus. Artemis Fowl stars newcomer Ferdia Shaw in the title role, alongside Laura Macdonald, Josh Gad, Tamara Smart, Nonso Anozzi, Josh Maguire, Nikesh Patel, and Adrian Scarborough, with Colin Farrell and Judi Dench. Branagh and Judi Hofflin are producing, with Angus Moore Gordon and Matthew Jenkins serving as executive producers. Connor McPherson and Hamish McCall wrote the screenplay. Amid the COVID -19 crisis, Disney has postponed nearly every one of its forthcoming movie releases, including Black Widow, Mulan, The New Mutants, The Eternals, Jungle Cruise, and Indiana Jones 5. The media conglomerate is betting that Artemis Fowl will draw more subscribers into Disney Plus, which surpassed 50 million paying customers worldwide in its first five months of service. That's been buoyed by its recent launch in India and eight Western European countries, along with the early release of Frozen 2 on the subscription service. In the U .S., Disney Plus is $6 .99 monthly, or $69 .99 for a one -year subscription.
"september 30th" Discussed on WTOP
"Processing and 24 -by -7 live assistance through Saturday, September 30th. Call Karasoft anytime at 888 -66 -CARAH or visit countonkarasoft .com. Traffic and weather on the 8th. How we ridin', Joe Fox? Ian, it's a little bit of a slow ride as you're leaving Columbia. Headed southbound, we talked about this in the last report. This crash is right at the beginning of a ramp for 32, so 29 southbound just before 32. Looks like a single lane getting you through, so use caution there. It had of a report some slowdowns on the BW Parkway in the same area around 32, not seeing those materialize. Where we are really seeing delays materialize around the inner loop of the Capitol Beltway as you're leaving Central Avenue for Richie Marlborough Road. Just the single right lane getting you by. Been waiting to say this based on some of your comments. If you're getting this delay right now, you might not get out of it until next month. As you head northbound in Virginia on 395 approaching the 14th Street bridge past Pentagon City. the It's only right lane getting you by that works. So not too much of a delay with it. Just follow police direction with some flashing lights In the district Georgia still closed between Webster and Upshur streets. Use Kansas Avenue as your alternate seeing some slow traffic now on DC 295 northbound from Pennsylvania through the long -term work zone up towards East Capitol. over For 35 years in the DMV Greenberg and Betterman has helped clients win the compensation they deserve and as always pay no fees unless your case is won. Visit GBLawyers .com and feel better. Joe Fox WTOP traffic. Your forecast from 7 News First Alert meteorologist Mark Pena. Staying mostly clear and for sure dry overnight temperatures outside right now if you're heading out for your
"september 30th" Discussed on WTOP
"Saturday, September 30th. The weekend is here. Thanks for starting me with us at 4 38 in the morning on WTOP. Graphic and weather on the 8 skin burgers with us in the WTOP DOP Traffic Center. That broken down vehicle northbound 395 between Edsel Road and Duke Street has appeared. All lanes are now open. In Prince George's County, Maryland 5 Branch Avenue southbound to Woodyard Road. prepared Be for possible lane closures because of debris reported in the roadway. Likewise on the Butway inner near Baltimore Avenue and PG County. More debris reported in the roadway but so expect some lanes to be closed. The ad -lib is unaffected. There are no major delays currently anywhere on the Beltway in Virginia. The 95 southbound express lane south of Stafford Courthouse Road in Stafford County. The road work there has been cleared. The two lanes that were blocked are now open. No major delays either side of the 95 corridor between Springfield and Thornburg on westbound 66 the ramp to the 66 express lanes. That ramp is blocked because of the work zone but on eastbound 66 between Nutley Street the and Beltway. That work zone has been cleared. The accident so causing alternating lane closures out in Loudoun County. This is on northbound Harper's Ferry Road at westbound Sagle Road. Police are on the scene to direct traffic. There is a brief delay also in Loudoun County US 340 both directions between West Washington Street near the Shenandoah River and Harper's Ferry Road. There is a long -term road closure in effect so try to avoid that area if you can. Westbound Virginia 7 the Leesburg Pike and Parks and Recreation. I'm Ken Berger WTOP traffic. Any lingering clouds will slowly start to hours break over and the there next may couple be of a little patchy fog around first thing. Our temperatures will be starting out in the upper 50s
"september 30th" Discussed on WTOP
"It's Saturday September 30th, last day of this month. Thanks for sharing the weekend with us here at WTOP. After midnight, you're with WTOP back in lane. The time now is 3 0 8 precision AC up for only $59 .00. Driving in weather on gates the and when it breaks 24 7 on WTOP. Let's check it out with Mr. Ken Berger this early warning in the WTOP Traffic Center. One major accident working in the Washington area. This is on southbound 270 at Montrose The Road. left lane is closed in the main lines. The local lanes are open. There are no major delays The road clearing operations are westbound around US 29 and Centerville have just cleared all lanes there are open but that's just one work zone that has been cleared many others are still working including the eastbound right center lane and right lane closed near seperity Avenue on the approach to the Beltway also the 66 westbound ramp to the 66 express us lanes that ramp is shut down because of the ongoing road work on the 66 westbound ramp to the outer construction activity all westbound lanes are closed there's also the work zone on southbound 395 the The left left lane and central lane are alternate enclosures between seminary road and the Little River Turnpike also southbound about 395 at Washington Boulevard the left lane central lane entrance ramp and exit ramp are all blocked on the far right lane is open there was some earlier congestion but that is all cleared out northbound 395 near Pentagon on rotary Road exit night in Arlington right shoulder block because of the new road construction eastbound 66 west of us 50 and Fairfax watch out for the broken down vehicle I'm EOP traffic early morning hours air temperatures will drop just a few more degrees and around sunrise we're going to be in the upper fifties
McCarthy Calls Out Lackluster Results by Dem. Controlled Senate, Biden
"The Senate has passed zero the house is working on let me answer your questions but first let's get the facts right your quit your your first question was and I answered it the Senate has done nothing the Senate has not done one thing when it comes to appropriation is that different than we have in the past no normally the Senate doesn't even bring them up in committee so the Senate's done nothing the house is working on passing seventy -three percent of all the appropriation bills of the job we're supposed to do by Thursday we're bringing up on Friday ability to fund the government but at the same time secure our border so yes we're doing our job so what is the president have to do with that if he wants to sit and hide in the White House and put government into a shutdown that's on him but that's the wrong thing to do very smart we're getting our bills passed even if we don't get them all passed we insist on securing the border and throw the ball in the laps of the Democrats who want to shut down but they Republicans cut seven go I like to see anything out there if it's a challenge I want to solve the problem if you look at when you're sitting with the Senate doing to we have FAA the to deal with that goes away on September 30th has the Senate passed an FAA no they have not when we look at a challenge on the border have they passed any bill themselves they're body a different on something to deal with the border even though the leader from the Senate comes from New York and his governor and mayor are criving for something to be done no they've done nothing on it because had
A highlight from Down with the (Burger) King with Michael Seifert and Russ Vought
"Lots of channels. Nothing to watch. Especially if you're searching for the truth. It's time to interrupt your regularly scheduled programs with something actually worth watching. Salem News Channel. Straightforward, unfiltered, with in -depth insight and analysis from the greatest collection of conservative minds. Like Hugh Hewitt, Mike Gallagher, Sebastian Gorka, and more. Find truth. Watch 24 -7 on SNC .TV and on Local Now, Channel 525. Hey everybody, today on The Charlie Kirk Show, Michael Seifert from Public Square joins us. Make sure you download the Public Square app, PublicSQ .com, that is PublicSQ .com. You have to email me, as always, Freedom at CharlieKirk .com. I really enjoy hearing from you. That is Freedom at CharlieKirk .com, Freedom at CharlieKirk .com. Russ Vogt joins us as we talk 9 -30 strategy. I ask, what is a woman to a group of college women, and they do not know the answer. And Bob Menendez, I got a lot of respect for this guy. No, I'm half kidding. Not really. You'll know what I mean if you listen to the end of the episode. It's far from respect, but the guy's got game. And I bet he could win re -election in New Jersey. Email us, Freedom at CharlieKirk .com and subscribe to our podcast. That is Charlie Kirk Show podcast. Get involved with Turning Point USA at TPUSA .com. That is TPUSA .com. Start a high school or college chapter today at TPUSA .com. Buckle up, everybody. Here we go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's running the White House, folks. I want to thank Charlie. He's an incredible guy. His spirit, his love of this country. He's done an amazing job. Building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created, Turning Point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries, destroyed lives, and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Joining us now is Russ Vogt, president of the Center for Renewing America. It is September 26th. The shutdown is looming on September 30th. Russ, thank you for joining us. We've had a lot of congressmen on the program, some great guys, Congressman Dan Bishop, Matt Gaetz, we've had Chip Roy. But I'll be honest, it is a Chinese fire drill. It is disorganized. You have people on every single side. I was on the phone this morning. No one knows what the heck is going on. So Russ, what are you hearing? What can we expect coming to September 30th? Do you think the government's going to shut down? I do think it's going to shut down. I think that's where we are. And I think it's good because this is the last leverage point we have against the Biden administration. And you're right, Charlie, in the sense that when you have kind of an intentional strategy on the part of leadership to force this into a corner, it's going to leave something to be desired on the execution front. But here's the good news. I think the House conservatives are increasingly united in forcing a conversation about moving forward on bill by bill and really focusing on the woke and weaponized restrictions that need to be put in place to put a vice grip around the Biden administration's activities against the American people. I think you're going to see those kinds of debates this week, and it's going to move to a good place in terms of the theatrics of the last several weeks. I want to make sure that we calm down the alarmism. So I received a couple emails this weekend. Charlie, I can't believe you want a government shutdown. I need my Social Security checks. Russ, let's tell the truth about this. Social Security still goes out. Medicare still goes out. Essential government services, which I find hilarious because if they're not essential, why do they have jobs? They should all be fired. This is a partial, very partial, let's just call it a fractional government pause because it's not actually a shutdown because they all get back pay. It's basically the secret that no one wants to say is that a lot of government workers are hoping for this because they basically get a vacation. Russ, tell us what really happens because this is important. You've got the parameters of this. Two -thirds of the federal government is on autopilot. Not a good situation, but the reality of where we are. So a third of the federal government is subject to what we call the annual appropriations process. But if you're on Social Security, there's nothing to worry about. You're going to get your check, and you're going to get your check on time. Medicare, the Department of Defense is going to continue to be out there defending our country. All of the people that are in the business of securing this country are going to be similarly at their posts. What this does is this says for those of you who are working on the Biden climate regulations at the EPA or the Department of Interior, sorry, you're going to have to go home. You're not going to be able to be at your desk and working. So this is not something – there are tried and true ways, and I've managed this for President Trump, to make this painless as possible consistent with the law. We thankfully blazed a pretty good trail on that, that they're going to have a hard time playing politics with this. We'll be holding them accountable. But in terms of the – this is not a situation where you're going to go off a cliff, and somehow you're not going to get your government benefits. It's just not the case. Okay, so let's get into this here. What then is the ask? Because the way I look at it, the way the stars have aligned, the universe, all of a sudden – I'm not happy about this, but it just so happens the border has never been as bad as it is right now. And that's like intersecting right with this funding fight over border security. Russ, if Republicans can't get this done, when there's 8 ,500 people illegally entering an eagle pass alone, I mean, it's not as if this is something that happened six months ago. This is actively occurring. Then Republicans are completely worthless. Russ, so what is the ask, and strategically, what is your advice for how they actually get it done? So my view is that they have had a wonderful banner, a messaging parameter called no security, no funding, that allows them to be able to go at this seminal threat that we're seeing along the border, and to make that a very, very important issue. I also think it allows them to deal with the weaponization at the Department of Justice. I don't think that we can leave this leverage point without doing something against the regime that is trying to steal the next election, and at the same time going against half the country and considering them enemies of the state. So I think there's a lot of things that can be done, but if we don't get to the end of this process and have dealt with those two issues, and then spend a lot of time trying to defund the offices doing the bad activities, I'll consider it a failure. So the goal needs to be then not paperwork processors on the border, but actual border security. That's a major difference. But also, I think that the pressure needs to be that Joe Biden needs to start deporting these people. He's hosting them and just releasing them into the interior of the United States. Exactly. And there's a specific rider that needs to be put in place, and Stephen Miller has been calling for this some time, as well as Chip Roy. It needs to be illegal in the sense that you can't spend the money to be able to release someone into the border. That's the kind of thing that it's not just about changing laws that they ignore. It's about saying that a bureaucrat is going to be facing criminal charges in violation of the Anti -Deficiency Act if they ignore the appropriations law that's saying that they can't do that. And as a result, that will change a lot of the policies that we've been asking for. So we're looming towards this lockdown. Re -emphasize what you're saying about leadership. How has leadership basically set the table for failure? Build that out for us. Sure. The year started with much promise. For the first time, House Republicans were governing with conservatives in their caucus, and they were achieving things that no one thought was possible to pass $5 trillion in potential cuts. At the debt limit deal, Kevin McCarthy walked away from House conservatives and went essentially into coalition with House Democrats. At the time, he used it as an excuse. He said, we'll do all this through the appropriations process. That was an excuse, because they then didn't move any of the appropriations bills themselves. It's not like these bills are passed out of the House and sitting in the Senate. Instead, they've had a pileup in which we are now up against a deadline, and they're asking for more time. But the problem is that McCarthy has never governed from the standpoint of we're going to use leverage points to save the country. Instead, he puts a cartel view on it, which is we're going to try to minimize what is necessary to get past this leverage point, because otherwise it will have political risk. I think you and I agree, we're not going to save the country without managing political risk, and we can do that. We have done that previously in shutdowns, and the country will reward Republicans when they fight over these leverage points. That's what we're asking right now, and I think conservatives are insisting on it, and so far, he's having to go in their direction. Yeah, and I think we need to reject the framing of shutdown, which, by the way, ideologically, all I'm on board for. Maybe a pause? I mean, how else can we message this? Because, Russ, here's what's going to happen, right? So we are barreling towards not getting a deal done on Saturday, right? And honestly, I hope a deal doesn't get done in the sense of enough, draw a line in the sand, show your voters you're fighting. It's better for no deal than a bad deal. I think you would agree with that, right, Russ? It's better for no deal at all than a bad deal. And so September 30th happens, and again, your Social Security checks still go out, Medicare still goes out, military still do. You have the DEI, you know, lesbian bureaucrats at the Department of Homeland Security or whatever that might not, you know, be going to work for a couple days. Honestly, good thing. So, but Russ, let's just kind of think about this. How could we better message it? Because the media, Sunday morning, I face the nation, CBS, all that full court press, Republicans shut down the government once midnight hits on Saturday night. So how do we get ahead of this and preemptively message it, not just be on our heels and play defense? Yeah, I mean, I think the reality is, to go back to the facts, what is occurring here is a lapse in funding. It is a lapse in funding. The government is not shutting down. The Department of Defense is still up and running. That would be the case if it actually shut down. Those people would not be at their post. What is happening? Funding is lapsed. Funding will come back on when Congress reaches a deal. And I think if we can communicate facts in that vein, we will help our case and explain to the American people what's actually going on. But here's the thing that I would say. These leverage points in which there is confrontation, there is political risk, are incredibly important because the only chance that we get to get the country's attention. It's when people who are not listening to politics are listening to their Christian music station or whatever they're listening to. And all of a sudden they have the news update that's saying, OK, there's a government lapse. What are the terms that are being discussed? Oh, the weaponization of the Department of Justice. That's what we want. And that is a feature, not a bug, of our politicians here in the cartel of Washington, D .C. Russ, you're doing a wonderful job. Center for Renewing America. We're going to have you back on. September 30th is the big day. I think we're going to swing and miss. But honestly, I'd rather have us strike out with no deal than one that betrays our voters. Russ, thank you so much. You bet. Thanks, Charlie.
Monitor Show 19:00 09-23-2023 19:00
"With Bloomberg, you get the story behind the story, the story behind the global birth rate, behind your EV battery's environmental impact, behind sand, yeah, sand, you get context. And context changes everything. Go to Bloomberg .com to get context. ...capital management. This is Masters in Business on Bloomberg Radio. I'm Barry Ritholtz. Stay with us. Today's top stories and global business headlines are coming up right now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. Republican leaders are working through the weekend in hopes of avoiding a government shutdown. House Speaker Kevin McCarthy told reporters today that he's optimistic some sort of a deal will be worked out ahead of the September 30th deadline. The California Republican called it crunch time. McCarthy added that he's willing to accept a stopgap funding bill to keep the government running to allow the House more time to finish the appropriations bills. President Biden is joining the United Auto Workers picket line. Brian Shook reports. Biden tweeted that he was going to Michigan Tuesday to stand in solidarity with the workers as the fight for a fair share of the value they helped create. This comes after UAW President Sean Fain announced earlier this week he would send more workers to the picket lines if substantial progress wasn't made with the big three automakers on a new contract. Union workers say they want a 40 % pay increase, cost of living adjustments, and pensions for all workers. I'm Brian Shook. NFL fans who took part in Thursday night's fight at Levi's Stadium could face a lifetime ban. Video of the violence during the 49ers Giants game showed numerous fans in an all -out brawl in the stands with a man grabbing a woman by the hair and throwing her towards a railing. Police say one person was arrested.
"september 30th" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Um, and so, you know, the, the house rules committee will meet later today, as I mentioned, to try to set up debate on a series of bills that won't necessarily become law, but maybe can sort of ease tensions among Republicans in order to get to an agreement later And on. then on Tuesday, they'll come back. Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer has, uh, set up some, uh, floor debate Senate on what could be a bipartisan bill, um, a stopgap measure to renew some of these expiring funding and authorities, um, that all end on September 30th. The key question that becomes, you know, even if something bipartisan passes the Senate, just Kevin McCarthy, who is in danger of losing his position as speaker, if he brings up a bipartisan bill, uh, thanks to any revolt on the right, whether he would even bring a bipartisan bill to the floor. About a minute left here, Zach. There's a report in ProPublica this morning on Justice Clarence Thomas reportedly secretly participating in donor events sponsored by the Coke Network, the group founded by billionaires Charles and David Coke. There have been a lot of questions about Supreme Court ethics and Senate Democrats have been pushing for reforms. What could this mean? Yeah, so it's not unusual for Supreme Court justices to give speeches outside the high court. What was particularly notable about this case that the, ProPublica that revealed was that there's so an appearance here of Justice Thomas being used as a draw fundraising for a conservative group that typically advocates before the high court. Now, this all comes as Capitol Hill has kind of flailed and hasn't been able to pass any sort of ethics code or the high court. There's been some talk of the Supreme Court imposing that on itself. I think Chief Justice Roberts has spoken to that, but there hasn't really been anything concrete on that front. There was an ethics bill that advanced out of the Senate Judiciary Committee, but it was along party lines, and both parties anticipate that because there isn't a bipartisan agreement on the path forward on imposing an ethics code on the high court, that Congress is really not the place where that's going to come from. Okay, Zach, thank you as always, especially for keeping us on top of what's happening with these negotiations spending with that shutdown deadline, now just a little bit more than a a week week away. Zach Cohen covers Congress for us for Bloomberg government. You can read much more on Bloomberg .com or on the Bloomberg terminal. Follow all the latest on Bloomberg Radio in Washington, Bloomberg 99 .1 105 .7 FM HD2. You're listening to Bloomberg Daybreak. Economics. Together, we have the opportunity to build a more sustainable and inclusive future. At Bloomberg the New Economy Forum. We help make this possibility a reality by cultivating new connections among global leaders that transcend geographies, industries and ideologies. Because when global leaders work together, the outcomes benefit all of us. Learn more at neweconomy .com. When you get your news from Bloomberg, you don't just get the story. You get the story behind the story how your battery may not be as green as it seems, why a decrease in global birth rates could send countries scrambling to increase immigration. You get context. Context changes how you see
Monitor Show 05:00 09-17-2023 05:00
"Investment Advisors, switch to Interactive Brokers for lowest cost global trading and turnkey custody solutions. No ticket charges and no conflicts of your interests at ibkr .com slash ria. On the road to the beach, then please leave us a positive review on your favorite podcast platform. Thanks for listening. I'm Tracy Alloway. And I'm Joe Weisenthal. Stay with us. Today's top stories and global business headlines are coming up right now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. There's a glimmer of hope in the ongoing auto workers strike. United Auto Workers may be making some progress in talks with one of the big three automakers during the ongoing strike. On Saturday, the union said they had, quote, reasonably productive discussions with the Ford Motor Company in regard to a new contract. On the same day, officials from the automaker Stellantis said a proposal to resume work at an Illinois factory had fallen through. Nearly 13000 auto workers remain on strike, demanding better pay and pension benefits. Congress is making little progress to fund the government and avoid a possible shutdown at the end of the month. Scott Carr has the very latest federal lawmakers will have to pass several spending bills or a continuing resolution, a short term funding measure by September 30th to prevent a government shutdown. Republican House Speaker Kevin McCarthy faced fierce opposition this past week on both options from a group of hardline Republicans demanding deep cuts in federal spending and policy reforms on the border within the Department of Justice. And at the Pentagon, some lawmakers threatened to oust McCarthy from the speakership post if he doesn't meet their demands. I'm Scott Carr. Hawaii officials now say fewer people died.
Monitor Show 18:00 09-16-2023 18:00
"With Bloomberg, you get the story behind the story, the story behind the global birth rate, behind your EV batteries environmental impact, behind sand. Yeah, sand. You get context and context changes everything. Go to Bloomberg .com to get context pursuing what seems like a relatively minor issue. Thanks, Kate. That's Professor Kate Andreas of Columbia Law School. This is Bloomberg Law on Bloomberg Radio. I'm June Grosso. Stay with us. Today's top stories and global business headlines are coming up right now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. United Auto Workers are holding talks with Ford and GM on day two of the strike. Union members like this UAW worker in Toledo are striking for better pay and pension benefits. We need more money. I mean, we've gone years without a raise. You know, we want our fair share. And that's what we're looking for, our fair share. You know, for everybody, not just for me, but for everybody that works here. Representatives for both GM and Ford say negotiations resume today after Friday's pause. Union leaders are pushing for what they call a strong and fair contract. President Biden sent two high -level White House officials to help mediate the talks. Post -tropical Cyclone Lee has made landfall in Nova Scotia. The latest update from the National Hurricane Center says maximum sustained winds are near 70 mph, with Lee expected to continue to weaken as it moves north over the Canadian Maritimes. Forecasters say strong winds, coastal flooding and heavy rains are occurring in portions of Maine and Atlantic Canada. Congress is making little progress to fund the government and avoid a possible shutdown at the end of the month. Lawmakers must pass several spending bills or a short -term funding measure known as a continuing resolution by September 30th. Democrats have faced fierce opposition on both options this week from hard -line conservatives who are...
A highlight from The Process is the Penalty with John Eastman and Rep. Andrew Clyde
"We're proud to announce our brand -new ACLJ Life and Liberty Drive. Our legal teams will be focusing on the issues that you, our ACLJ members, have told us matter the most to you. Life and religious liberty. We join the ACLJ in the fight to keep America free. Hey everybody, it's Hannah Charlie Kirk show. Andrew Clyde joins us to talk about trying to defund Jack Smith. And John Eastman, a victim, a target of the out -of -control regime, joins us to continue to discuss. As always, you can email me directly, freedom at charliekirk .com. Subscribe to our podcast by opening up your podcast application and type in charliekirkshow, that's charliekirkshow. As you get involved with Turning Point USA, it's the most important student movement in the country. So go to tpusa .com, that is tpusa .com. Buckle up everybody, here we go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's running the White House folks. I want to thank Charlie, he's an incredible guy, his spirit, his love of this country, he's done an amazing job. Building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created, Turning Point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries, destroyed lives, and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Brought to you by the loan experts I trust, Andrew and Todd at Sierra Pacific Mortgage at andrewandtodd .com. Joining us now is Representative Andrew Clyde. Congressman, thank you for joining us. He tweeted out, the American people gets to decide who wins the White House, not the deep state. We must defund the left, sham prosecutions against Donald Trump. Republican lawmaker unveils push to block funding for Trump prosecutions, obviously, but this was met with opposition by 16 Republicans. Inexplicably, we will name their names shortly. Actually, we'll get to that. Congressman, thank you for joining us and tell us about it. Well, thank you, Charlie. It's great to be with you. Well, I think it's important that, as you said, the American people decide who our next president is going to be and not the deep state, not the weaponized government. And we are seeing time after time where the federal government is being used to prosecute a political candidate. That doesn't happen in America. That's kind of the conduct that you see in banana republics, where the sitting that those in power use their power to prosecute and try and throw in jail their political opponent. So these two amendments, so one would defund from the federal level any funds going to the prosecution of a presidential candidate between now and the November 24 elections, OK? And then the other amendment would do the same thing. It would deny federal funding to any state entity that does the same thing, that prosecutes a presidential candidate. It's very even handed, both Republican or Democrat. So what I'm trying to do is prevent the process from becoming the penalty here, because that's exactly what the left, the weaponized left is trying to do. Because you can't recover from the process. So how is this being met by and I was talking about actually when you tried to defund the FBI headquarters, we'll get that in a second. How is this being met by your more moderate Republican colleagues? Well, so far, for those that I have spoken to on the Appropriations Committee and in leadership, it's being met very positively. I think it's the right thing to do. There's still some work to be done. So I'm calling on all of my Republican colleagues to support these amendments. It's going to have to go into the Commerce Justice Science appropriation, which has not yet been marked up in our Appropriations Committee. I'm on that committee. And so I'll be offering both of those amendments and I expect that they will be approved and go into the base text of the bill. But then if we do a C .R. as well, you know, there's some qualifications for or any C .R. to go forward, in my opinion. Then it would have to be part of the C .R. as well. So I think it's very, very important that that all the Republicans get on board and support these amendments. So there was also a question about blocking the FBI's new headquarters. And is it true that 16 Republicans got in the way of that, Congressman, when you were attempting to do that? Tell us about it. Well, that was in the markup for the financial services and general government appropriation. And there is about six hundred and seventy million dollars that was set aside for the FBI's new building. It's about a little over half the amount that currently exists. The whole project is like four billion. It's going to be bigger than the Pentagon in size, which is absolutely ridiculous. The FBI does not need it by introducing an amendment to defund that six hundred and seventy million and to apply that to our national debt to pay off that portion of our national debt. And it did not pass in the in the appropriations process. We had 16 Republicans that voted against it. Now, I'll tell you that after that vote, there were some that came to me and said, hey, I think I made the wrong vote. And we're going to give them another opportunity when that actual appropriation comes to the House floor. I'm going to introduce the same amendment again. And I think there will be some change of heart, I believe, when it comes to their vote on that amendment on the House floor. So, yeah, there was a list of 16 Republicans that resisted it. Is that correct? And I want to that is correct. OK, so I want to name them. And if I have the wrong list, correct me. But it looks as if it's Steve Womack, David Valadeo, Mike Simpson, Hal Rogers, Daniel Newhouse, Julia Letow, David Joyce, Ashley Henson, Kay Granger, Scott Franklin, Jake Elsie, Mario Diaz -Balart, Juan Siscamani, Jerry Carl, Ken Calvert, Mark Amati and Robert Alderholt. What what possible reason could they give you for opposing that? Well, not a lot of them gave me a reason at all. But, you know, mind you, some of them came to me after the fact and said, hey, you know, I think I made the wrong choice. Why? Because they were hearing from their constituents. The FBI does not need a new building. I mean, they've got one point two billion dollars set aside, six hundred and seventy or so million in financial services, general government appropriation and another five hundred some million in the commerce justice science appropriation. So I think these folks will probably take a strong second look when the amendment comes onto the House floor for the FBI bill. And I believe that that there will be some change of votes. I really do. And I hope so, because that's the right thing to do. The FBI has been so weaponized as of in the last couple of years under this current administration. There is truly a two tiered system of justice here. We are seeing it time and time again when you have the treatment of Hunter Biden and then you have the treatment of President Trump. And all of those who support the conservative voices that are crying out. So I think we're going to see some different votes here. So let's now focus on September 30th. This looks to be the big day, right? So a previous Congress punted it to really, really neuter you guys. So this date has been on the calendar for quite some time. So you're inheriting a previous Congress's funding deadline, September 30th. What are you guys willing to do? Our position on this program, no short term funding bills, line in the sand. We need a fight. We gave you guys a majority for a reason. Where's your head at? What are the asks? Are you willing? How close to the line are you guys willing to get? Walk us through it. Well, I'll tell you, first off, you know, we've known the September 30th deadline has been here for a long time. And we promised as Republicans that we would bring 12 appropriation bills out of committee onto the House floor. And I expect us to do that. I expect us to keep our word. I'm on the Appropriations Committee. I'm certainly willing to be there from from today until the very end of September so that we can get all these, the rest of the appropriation bills across the finish line. Ten of them have come out of committee already. We've got two left to deal with in committee, both the Labor Health Human Services Education Appropriation and the Commerce Justice Science Appropriation. Those are the two we have left in committee. But we've got 10 that are available to go to the House floor. Actually, one already has the Milcon VA passed in July. So we've got nine that can go immediately to the House floor and get a vote. We need to be doing that to keep our word. Any short term continuing resolution, though, cannot be an unqualified or blind or what they call clean CR. Otherwise, we are simply promoting the policies of the policies and the spending levels of Nancy Pelosi. And that's wrong. I will never support that. And I'll tell you, a significant number of Republicans will not support that either. Well, that message needs to be heard loud and clear by the leadership. So just really quick, Congressman, and I just I'm hearing different things and I've always gotten along with Speaker McCarthy and I still do. But there's whispers that there might be a vote to vacate. Are you hearing that from other members? Well, I will tell you that a clean CR or an unqualified CR, it will risk our majority and therefore it will risk the speakership. I think what you're seeing is is the country gave us the majority to change the direction, change the course of Congress. We had the speakers fight in January, which I think fundamentally changed the way Congress operates. And I think that has to continue or we will truly jeopardize our majority and we will jeopardize Kevin McCarthy as speaker.
A highlight from The 110-Year War
"Full disclaimer, I will be watching NFL football tonight. I don't like it. They're a little too wokey for me. I just like football too much. I think it's the Chiefs and the Lions. Don't sleep on the Lions everybody. I'll tell you, they want it bad. So as tonight NFL football begins and it is the kickoff, if you will, of the NFL season. There's also another kickoff. You know, we asked Charlie, what about the 2024 election? The 2024 election is about a year and a way. No, no, no, it's happening right now, obviously. But there's a very, very important fight looming in real time right now. I believe it is the opening kick of the 2024 election. It's 930, September 30th. The federal government needs to pass a short -term funding bill by September 30th or there will be a government shutdown. Now, you may or may not remember this, but you remember about a year and a half ago, there was a massive bill that was passed, a huge bill, not a year. It was voted on by Senator Shelby from Alabama. He was the chief person who brought this forward where they basically robbed the House of Representatives, the incoming class. It was about 10 months ago of their ability to negotiate the budget, where they kicked it all the way to this date, September 30th. So the federal government needs to pass a short -term funding bill by September 30th. The Biden regime is asking that in addition to all the normal stuff, that Congress adds $44 billion on top of that in emergency spending, $16 billion for FEMA, $24 billion for Ukraine, on top of the $200 billion already spent on Ukraine. But the most important thing is this, is that we're seeing in real time the destruction, the erosion, the shredding of the United States Constitution. We see Jack Smith, an out -of -control rogue prosecutor, Merrick Garland, the Department of Justice. We see the number one political opponent to the regime who is beating him in the polls. Fact, he's beating him in the polls, whether they're truth polls or not. It's just fact, he's beating him in the polls, facing 500 years in federal prison. Many people are asking, Charlie, what can we do? What can we do? What can we do? How do we fight? How do we push back against? How do we fight? The 30th of September is a day where we can fight. It's a day where we can draw a line in the sand and we can defund the deep state. We have the House of Representatives. We have a majority. Now, I'm going to say something that is a little bit not unpopular, but it's different. I fully support the impeachment of Joe Biden. In fact, we should have done it three or four months ago. But I actually think defunding these agencies should be a bigger priority than the impeachment of Joe Biden. I'm not saying that we shouldn't impeach Joe Biden, but I actually think a more effective way to make long -lasting change, a more effective way to use the political power that the people gave the Republican majority is to defang the tyrants, is to go after these agencies. Now, let's play this out for a second. Joe Biden is a traitor to the nation. So I think that we should pass a clean impeachment resolution, send it to the Senate. But I don't think we should spend too much time on it. I think that's a very valuable time to go and impeach and investigate a guy that we already know who is an outright criminal. He's a traitor. He should be in Gitmo in federal prison for the rest of his life, as is his son. But does that have long -lasting change? Wouldn't it be more effective to tell the FBI you don't get your new building? You have to reduce your headcount by 20 or 30 percent. Tell the Department of Defense you're not allowed to have gay poems on aircraft carriers anymore, that trans whatever individuals are not going to be allowed in the military. Isn't this a more effective way? And the most important one that's obviously staring us in the face, Department of Justice. Are we going to keep on funding Merrick Garland? Will we have the leverage and we have the ability to say no? Now, the bad guys, the Democrats and the Uniparty Republicans, they want a clean resolution, a clean CR. Well, time out here. Hold on. You guys are going after every potential political dissident. Steve Bannon, 1 ,200 January 6 defendants. You're weaponizing the entire government and we're sitting there and taking it. And we've been saying on this program time and time again, well, where are the Republican AGs? Answer, not around. Not interested in doing anything bold or courageous. Where are the Republican DAs? They're not interested. They do not want to do anything bold or courageous. So how do we end this abuse? Now, understand this is not standard politics. This is a crisis. And in a crisis, we should act differently than we normally do. The one way we have to actually act at a federal level is for the House not to fund what Biden needs. So directly focus on five or six. Don't ask for the whole world. You're not going to get the world. But identify five or six of the Soviet Gestapo pressure points of the regime. Star of the beast. All funding must start in the House, period. Nothing the Biden regime does can happen without the House GOP offering up money for them to do it. Now, we should not fund a single dollar to Ukraine. But if we're thinking realistically, they're going to figure out some way to get Ukrainian funding. So if we were smart, we'd say, OK, they really want Ukraine funding. Use that as leverage then. Say, OK, so you really want Ukraine funding. Then there has to be border wall, border security. But more important than all of that, it is the lack of funding that we have to draw the line on. You don't get Jack Smith. You want Zelensky? No Jack Smith. And they'll say, well, you're going to shut down the government. OK. You want Zelensky? No Jack Smith. That's a popular position. And by the way, if you pick the fights, you can win. Majority of people are not in favor of the criminalization of Donald Trump. Jack Smith is the bright line. No Jack Smith, period. Jack Smith and his entire operation. Now, this is an interesting question, Blake and the team. Is Jack Smith an essential government worker or not if there was a shutdown? If we shut down the government, does that mean that Jack Smith and his team would still be operating? Now, again, one of the most frustrating things we go through every time there's a government shutdown is all of a sudden they say, well, these are essential and not essential government workers. If they're not essential, why do they have jobs? If they're not essential, why do they operate? Now, under Bob Mueller, when Bob Mueller was a special counsel, his office continued to work in the event of a government shutdown. OK, but even beyond a government shutdown, we need to defund Jack Smith, line item Jack Smith, carve it out and say, Jack Smith, you do not get another penny of U .S. taxpayer dollars, period. That's a good way to end Jack Smith. And the House Republicans have the entire ability to do that. We need to find the parts of the deep state that are grinding the American people to a halt. And it goes to the FBI, the DOJ, DHS, isolate them and starve that beast. And you're not going to get the entire budget down to zero. So get even more particular. Again, Congress, they don't do their job, unfortunately. So find Jack Smith's budget, which by the way, Jack Smith's budget is probably like $15 million. Like maybe, maybe, maybe like $9 million. And you could say in the funding resolution, you're done. Your team no longer authorized. These agencies have to go to Congress for money. And on the 30th of September, it is all bubbling up. Matt Gaetz and Andy Ogles have introduced similar pieces of legislation to deny federal funding for the special counsel. This is the line, everybody. We will not put up with our funding, our money to a Democrat super PAC, which is what Jack Smith has become. Jack Smith is a Democrat super PAC operator with subpoena power and the ability to put people in prison with handcuffs. Shut down the government over this, over the very specific principled stand. You go after Donald Trump and try to put him in 500 years in federal prison. The government's getting shut down. That would be hardball. I want to tell you guys about Good Ranchers. You heard me talk about it before, but it's new and improved Good Ranchers. I had Good Ranchers for our Shabbat dinner last week, and it was amazing. Look, Good Ranchers, they have better beef than ever. Their ground beef is better than ever. I had, I was like, wow, no antibiotics or hormones sourced from small family farms, humanely handled and USDA certified, 100 % cattle, Angus cattle. GoodRanchers .com. Look, I want to tell you, they're so delicious. It's all American meat and I love it. It's new and improved. So check it out right now. Two years of free high quality ground beef and a locked in price. No other meat company guarantees you 100 % American meat and a locked in price. That's because no one else is Good Ranchers. So check it out right now. GoodRanchers .com, promo code Charlie for $25 off and for $480 of free ground beef in your first two years. That is GoodRanchers .com. Support America, support Good Ranchers, American Ranchers, and support this program, GoodRanchers .com. If we go back to the roots of the Constitution, this is exactly why Congress is supposed to have the power of the purse.
Monitor Show 23:00 09-07-2023 23:00
"Interactive brokers clients earn up to USD 4 .83 % on their uninvested instantly available cash balances rate subject to change. Visit ibkr .com slash interest rates to learn more kinds of cases, but he said that unfortunately that date law is like Swiss cheese. It's not very good. It's so porous. It doesn't have as much heft. Thanks so much, Patty. That's Bloomberg legal reporter Patricia Hurtado. I'm June Grosso and this is Bloomberg. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. Federal prosecutors plan to indict Hunter Biden by September 29th on gun charges, according to a court filing. The president's son had agreed to a plea agreement that would have spared him jail time for allegedly purchasing a gun as a drug user. Tropical Storm Lee has now turned into a category one hurricane in the Atlantic Ocean. The storms expected to strengthen into an extremely dangerous major hurricane by early Saturday morning. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says the last thing Americans need is a pointless government shutdown. I implore my Republican colleagues in the House. Time is short to keep the government open. And the only way to avoid a shutdown is through bipartisanship. While speaking on the Senate floor today, Schumer urged House Republicans to work with Democrats to pass a measure to keep the government running beyond the September 30th deadline. The former U .S. Navy officers convicted of taking bribes from a foreign defense contractor called Fat Leonard are now free. Lucinda Kay has more. A judge vacated their convictions. Instead, the four officers pleaded guilty to one misdemeanor each. They'll each pay a hundred dollar fine. These new charges and decreased penalties come after the former.
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"september 30th" Discussed on WTOP
"Mine. The gold rush is on now through September 30th for MGM rewards members. Not a member? Sign up today and visit daily to earn drawing entries for your chance to win free play and a pair of golden watches in the finale drawing. Visit MGM national harbor .com slash mega gold mine to learn more. Must be 21 please play responsibly for help visit MD gambling help .org or 1 -800 -GAMBLER. WTOP proudly hosts a small business September series presented by Eagle Bank throughout the month see here and interact with information and stories shared by business leaders whose companies and organizations work to support the region's business community. Our thanks to the Greater Washington Board of Trade, DC HealthLink, Prince George's Chamber of Commerce and Eagle Bank equal housing lender and member FDIC. Go to WTOP .com and search small business September. Everything you need every time you listen WTOP news. It is 715. I'm Ralph Fox. Thanks for making this part of your Labor Day holiday. There's an investigation underway after a District Heights man was found to death early this morning. DC police called to the 6000 block of Dix Street Northeast. It's not not far from the Maryland line just after 1 .30. They were called due to a report of gunshots the a victim victim. 29 year old Marquette West was taken to a nearby hospital where he was pronounced dead. The Metropolitan Police Department currently offers a reward of up to $25 ,000 to anyone who provides information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible. And we're heading into what forecasters call an active month for hurricanes. Now's the time to get ready. September is National Preparedness Month and FEMA says it will spend it working to raise awareness among older adults about disasters, specifically people in communities disproportionately impacted by events which continue to threaten the nation. The American Red Cross says older people are more vulnerable to disasters because they have may chronic conditions and they take medications. They may be also more socially isolated. Both Montgomery County and Arlington County have a long list of events and activities planned to raise preparedness awareness as well as suggestions you might want to follow to stay safe. Dan Ronan, WTOP News. Congress soon opening, reopening that is, for legislative business. One of the most pressing needs is billions of dollars in disaster aid. WTOP's Mitchell Miller has today on the Hill. The cost from hurricane damage in Florida and deadly wildfires on Maui keep going up while FEMA's level of funding is going down. The White House is now requesting a total of 16 billion dollars for the agency to make sure able it's to keep responding to natural disasters. President Biden says he thinks lawmakers will come through with the money. money. The president visited Florida over the weekend, but his request faces complications. Many conservative Republicans say they don't want the disaster aid linked to a spending package that would include additional assistance for Ukraine. On Capitol Hill, Miller, Mitchell WTOP News. Encouraging news ahead about those suspended Howard County school bus routes. 20 were suspended last week. Students were left stranded. Parents were left not happy. Howard County School Superintendent Michael Matarano says 11 of those routes will be reinstated starting tomorrow morning. He says they're working with contractor Zoom Transportation to get the other routes back online as soon as possible. You can find a list of the routes that will be running tomorrow on the Howard County Public Schools website. A quick look at the top stories we're working on for you here at WTOP. If you're thinking it's hotter than usual for the first week of September, you're right. The extreme heat setting in Nevada, letting people leave the area, the mud's dried and they've gotten some roads cleared at this point. us Stay with for full details on these stories and more in the minutes
Impeachment Time? With Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene
"Further ado, we have the wonderful Marjorie Taylor Greene joining us. Congresswoman, welcome to The Charlie Kirk Show. Hi, thanks so much for having me on today. Yeah, honored to be with you. I love this. So you made a promise at this town hall event. You said, I will not vote to fund the government if Congress doesn't do this. And the following are impeachment inquiry, vote on Joe Biden to fund Biden's weaponization of government, eliminate all COVID vaccines and mandates and no funding for the war in Ukraine. I this this tweet has gotten great traction. This video has gotten great traction. I think there was Republicans and conservatives all across the fruited plain saying yes. Hallelujah. Amen. Do something fight Republicans fight. Tell us what what's behind this? What are your aims and goals? And do you think this can actually gain traction with the rest of the caucus? Well, I certainly hope so. And if if every if anyone remembers Andrew, I told everyone that I was holding my fight into appropriations, because that's where it belongs. Appropriations is where we truly have power in Congress. We have the power of the purse strings, not controlling the Senate. The Democrats control the Senate. The Democrats control the White House. The only place we really have power to make change is how we spend the money. And a lot of people have been wanting me to get engaged in battles throughout this year that I didn't think were worth fighting. But now it's time to to really dig in and enforce changes that need to be made. We only have two weeks in September. We go back in Congress, September 12th, and we have two weeks to pass 11 appropriation bills. We've already passed one. We have to pass 11 before September 30th and September 30th. The government shuts down. Now, that doesn't sound like a big deal to especially most Americans, because pretty much everyone I know is like, who cares if the government shuts down? But it's actually our constitutional duty as members in the House of Representatives. It's our job to fund the government. So that's why it's important to us. Now, here's what happens if we're not able to pass those 11 appropriation bills by September 30th, we're looking at having to vote on a short -term continued resolution. That would fund the government. It would continue funding the government with all the same rules and spending policy and spending amounts that Nancy Pelosi put in line and passed before we took the majority. And so this is a place where I really think it's something we have to stand up to. And I made a promise to my constituents. I made a promise publicly. I will not ever fund money for Ukraine. So I will not vote for that. I will not fund the continuation of the weaponized government.
Rep. Jim Jordan: Addressing the Debt Ceiling
"But we are de facto going bankrupt I mean through inflation you can print all the money you want but the money we have is worth less and less and less interest rates go up We can't afford the interest on our debt Voila we're all bankrupt Now we have this one tool the debt ceiling Please assure me that McCarthy is not going to fold on this Once the government shutdown stuff starts which by the way is Biden's choice You guys are going to give him a budget and your rules if he doesn't sign it he shut the government down not you But please tell me they're not going to fold on this We're not We have to and you're right The 30 some $1 trillion debt but think about it record spending record inflation record debt That's what the Biden administration has given us So I am for actually putting in place on the debt ceiling issue structural changes And I understand this too Here's the context Three and a half weeks ago they just passed a 1.7 day the Democrats and Biden signed it $1.7 trillion monstrosity of a bill and now three days ago clean Jean Pierre says that they're going to not negotiate one bit with House Republicans Well will you just pass the 27 trillion that we didn't participate in On the house side And now you're saying you're not going to negotiate with this So I'm for some structural here's a simple thing We're not going to raise the debt to unless the Senate does a budget I mean if we're going to spend more of the people's money we should at least tell them how we're going to do it for goodness sake So unless you do a budget we're not going to pass it That's so basic How about this one When we get to the end of the fiscal year September 30th and Joe Biden said oh no we're going to you were public or shut down the government if you don't spend all the money I want to spend How about we already have in place If we get to September 30th and the government hasn't been funded then we just spend what we're currently spending That would save us money and a lot of families have had to live on last year's budget Frankly a lot less because the inflation that Democrats have caused So those kind of structural things common sense things that the American people understand because they have to do the same thing in their budget That's the kind of thing I think we should insist upon having in a debt ceiling
Rep. Comer Spoke on the National Archives 22 Hours Before Biden Story
"Because I don't believe in two seconds that no past president or vice president or attorney general Secretary of State doesn't have some document at home or didn't destroy some document I don't believe it at all Is that something you'll look into Yes in fact the national archives is under our jurisdiction in the oversight committee This used to be just a sleepy government agency that was required to give us an annual report in the oversight committee I was the top Republican so I had to be there and the chairwoman was chairwoman maloney from New York Well I think we were the only two in attendance The last time they came before the committee so they never really made any use And you're exactly right We've gone back and investigated every president and vice president has inadvertently taken documents with them There was never a raid on their private residence I sincerely believe in I don't have the evidence We're going to look into this But I sincerely believe that that rate on Mar-a-Lago was triggered by the January 6th committee just doing a fishing expedition to see if they could find anything Anything they could use against Donald Trump So that was wrong Every request we've made to the national archives they referred us to Merrick Garland So not in a good position with the Republicans now This is another agency that I was wanting to withheld their funding until they came in front of us and answered a lot of questions that we had Unfortunately the Senate again didn't do us any favors But September 30th will be here before you know it And we're going to again demand that they give us some answers as to what went on and what actually triggered that right And we have evidence where other president in both parties had inadvertently taken document tone before and nothing like that had ever happened previously So
Sen. Rand Paul: $1.7T Spending Bill Is Taking on More Dangerous Debt
"In the Senate people like senator Rand Paul who are trying to stand up against this madness as well Let's play clip 5 A bra with me the army 4155 pages When was it produced in the dead of the night one 30 in the morning when it was released Now people argue that it's conservatives fault You don't have the Christmas spirit Somehow you're holding up government Well whose job is it to produce this The people in charge of spending The people in charge of both of the parties When did they know that this would be necessary Well it's in the loss September 30th You got 9 months almost ten months to produce a plan to have a spending plan They weren't ready on September 30th so they voted themselves 90 more days They weren't ready last week either So they voted themselves another week And now we have it at one 30 in the morning this morning But what's the clamor of the clamors devote vote now Let's get it done Why are you standing in the way of spending Well the real question is this What is more dangerous What is more dangerous to the country $1.1 trillion in new debt or is Republican leadership likes to say oh but it's a win It's a big win We're getting $45 billion for the military
ESPN Talent Discuss Toxic Workplace
"Here we go It starts with James O'Keefe cut 20 go We're going to look at an email that you sent to ESPN and Disney Tell us about this email So after years and years I've witnessed a lot of things in this company I've gone through the chain of command I've reported it to my supervisor the manager the local HR team over several years and witnessed nothing really ever changing or them not addressing it So I figured hey let's just send an email to the head of the company That's email the whole company and all the staff The whole company being the CEO Yes How does ESPN the head of ESPN Because I feel like there's a lot of things he doesn't know about And you posted can run your name that you work for business can that they're forcing place to get the vaccine And one of the reasons I really think I did want to speak to you about is there's a comment there that says come see what happens 9 30 is a deadline Come see what happens And obviously I wanted to understand what he meant by that comment What did you mean by that I had a lot of family and friends asking me about Disney's ESPN's mandate the vaccine mandate they came out publicly July 30th and announced what their plans were They wanted everyone to be vaccinated by September 30th Come see what happens is just come to my page Let's see what happens with this company with their vaccine mandates Are we going to have enough people in our building Are we going to have too many based on this Who's getting the vaccine and who isn't Just to let the world see the process of how ESPN and Disney is going to handle this situation That's all And he's being interrogated by Disney HR guy here Go ahead Because of what they're doing disagree with just the world to see it That's what they do It has no personal ideas or agenda for me It's just to let people see how ESPN Disney is handling the situation So you said this and then the police show up at your
"september 30th" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast
"Exactly. There you go. And that's why I think we get along and we have such good conversations. Yeah, no, you know, and I reached out to how to tell him to come on to push him a happy birthday, but but he hasn't got back to him. He's birthday too. That's right. Yeah, but he's in D.C. and he's been doing shows from D.C., but I had to, just like you, I went and bought a new suit because I want to wear a suit that looks like I'm a reporter. You know, I want him in D.C.. Yeah. And, you know, I still have my tonight show flag. So I might use it as a tonight show flag just put that on my microphone. Yeah, whatever it takes, you know, to get in there. And at the end of the day, the politicians, they'll take you more seriously if you're dressed for the part. That's for sure. Oh, yeah, yeah. And at the end of the day, to get into, you know, and like the place that I sent you to address do. You know, standing outside that place. You know, I guarantee you you'll get a few sidewalk interviews guaranteed. Yeah, that's what I need. I mean, you know, I'm hiring a crew for four days and at ten hours a day. So I'm going to I'll be on the ground for ten hours a day hustling and you know trying to get these jack-o'-lantern and I just can't wait. Did you see do you see all that video of Marjorie trailer green getting beaten down by congresswoman Debbie dingell? Yeah, it's about damn time, you know? And the thing is, I want to see more of that. You know? And that's one of the things, you know, last night, look, I got it. I like watching these assholes that stormed our capitol go down. Right now we're watching the people that didn't do any damage. They just walked in the building and walked around. They're getting 6 months home confinement, they're getting probation shit like that. And as time goes by, we're going to start getting the guys who bear mace, the police officers, the ones who used hockey sticks. The guys that had the zip tie handcuffs and all that, we're going to watch them. We're going to watch them go down for ten, 20 years at a time. But, you know, we need to see our country needs to see that nobody is above the law. We've got to see these people like Marjorie train wreck green, go down. You know, I want to see Lauren bobert and they're so stupid. They're so just, I mean, the things that they do, I recently saw something today where Lauren boebert did something and she instead she's pushing a bill to impeach President Biden. And she felt it in me. And me. I mean, you know, you know, and the same thing goes with Marjorie Greene. She said, you know, we need to court martial, you know, general milley. And she spelled it MARS HAL. I mean, you're a freaking member of Congress. You know, honestly, you have a staff..
"september 30th" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast
"But, you know, it's all through the help from all the, you know, all the fans that I support is rich and like I am doctor Remy like, thanks for the 5 bucks. Great appearance at Bill Maher, too bad that woman took a lot of the airtime. Her name was Jennifer Rubin. Yeah, I didn't mind because I mean, honestly, I thought she was really spot on. And, you know, that's the first time I've ever been on the Bill Maher show. I mean, she's been doing this for quite some time and look, I said what I wanted to say. I mean, could we have spoke about other things, but I've rather what I have liked for us to really dig into, you know, Afghanistan, absolutely. But, you know, at the end of the day, you know, Bill Maher has a group of cards in front of him, and he pretty much dictates the conversation. So I still felt like I did pretty good, you know, for somebody that was the first time on the show. You know, I don't understand what Alyssa Jacob is saying, John, oh, snap. That was a low blow. What did I say that was a low blow to anything? Sometimes I don't know. I don't get what I have no idea what people get funded by. I mean, you know. I think she thought I think she wasn't realizing that that was actually somebody else wrote something and basically just said, you know, she took up most of the airtime. Oh, yeah. That's not John. And that's not even the guy that posted that. I mean, at the end of the day, you know, but you know, let me tell you, I didn't feel comfortable. I didn't want to cut her off because I don't think that's right. You know, I didn't go on that show to argue with anybody and that's just not what I want to do. So I wanted to let her say everything that she had to say. And then I said, when I had to say. Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. You know, there's nothing worse to me than watching a show where somebody tries to take over the conversation and not let anybody else speak. I mean, you know, that's not the whole point of a conversation is to listen to what the other person says. And remember that, you know, this is the Bill Maher show. So at the end of the day, the last thing you want to do is aggravate and agitate Bill Maher. I mean, I mean, because we're not enemies on this show. We come on the show to talk about the issues and say how we feel. And I feel that I did that, you know? You know, I was happy to say that the people in America are ready for Joe Biden to start making the top 1% Annie. I was proud to say that, you know, I want to see the enablers. The people who gave the tours, I want to see them go down. And that's what I wanted to say. And I think I got that.
"september 30th" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast
"So some of us. But you know who's coming on soon? Greg getting back to climate change is Sean caston. He's the Democrat who is all about climate change legislation and he just got two bills passed, I think. And, you know, he's like, he's seriously out there fighting. To get, I mean, this is another thing, gray. I don't know if you talked about it on the Mark, but this is like, Greg, climate change would be the most important, the most important issue for all politicians. And yet the GQ B will still turn their backs to this. It's not happening. But you have to sit here. You got to understand, you know, it's like where I'm from in West Virginia. I mean, if you say anything at all, that goes against the coal energy crowd. They don't give a shit about climate change. As far as they're concerned, they've been brainwashed into believing that it's all just a hoax and they're just trying to do away with their job so they can prop up some, you know, salad eaters, you know, in decent jobs. I mean, that's exactly how it is. People in the they tell these people every time you talk about windmills, and every time you talk about solar panels, that those you're going to come to West Virginia and they are going to take your jobs and these people fall for that shit. Yeah, I mean, Greg, you know, what are your thoughts on this? Why is this a partisan issue, bro? First of all, I just want to say, everybody in the comments section is saying that you were on with Jennifer Rubin. I'm jealous because she's great. And I think she's. She was so intelligent. She's one of those people that are scary smart, man. She was amazing. Yeah, yeah. She isn't followed me back on the twit. I wish she would. Anyway, my thoughts and then John, I'm going to have to go after this. Sure. Yeah, yeah, yeah. I'm over my time anyway. My thoughts are that it's complicated, you know? I think what Richard said is right. People tend to look at the things like that what do I get out of this? What's in it for me? So anything that you do with climate change is in some level at this point involves some kind of sacrifice, you know? I have to stop what I'm doing and recycle this stuff. So I have to put the cans in one thing and this is another. And I have to pay money to get solar panels put on my house. Why would I want to do that? Or I have to go, you know, either get a Chevy Volt or I have to buy this Tesla that cost $60,000 and I can't afford to do that. It's always there's something there that and it's in my mind, it's so big and, you know, it's almost like, how is my little contribution going to even help this? You know, it's hard to that's what I think it is. I think narratively, even though, yes, it's obviously a big deal. I think it I think it's a hard sell for that reason because it's just so big and it's hard to see how it really impacts somebody's life in a very specific way. Because politics is so personal and, you know, there are so many reasons because we have this fossil fuel based economy why all that stuff doesn't work, right? Whether you're mining coal or you work for Exxon or whatever or you're building muscle cars or something like that, there's lots of reasons why you think I don't want to do this..
"september 30th" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast
"The staff there were very professional. What was crazy is is they actually record the bill Marshall with the exact same spots that they do the price is right. So when I walk into the building, I'm like, holy shit, there's the, you know, the circle that everybody spins and stuff, you know? And I'm looking for that yodeler guy who climbs up the frigging mountain shit, you know? But it was, it was really cool, man. I really enjoyed it and I mean, it was, I mean, I think the things that we talked about were spot on. I felt pretty good. I mean, you know, you got to pretty much make sure that you have your voice heard, you know, bill is not going to ask you, he's just, you just got to jump in there. So I think I did pretty good. I enjoyed it. I've got nothing but good reviews. So were you pretty good? Were you on one of the three sides or did he bring you in and talk to you separately after? What was the no, no, I was one of the panelists. Right now. There used to be there was three panelists, but due to COVID, they dropped it down to two panelists. And it was pretty good. And shoot forget the name of the person that was with me. She brilliant. I think that's so funny that you do a show. There's only one other person besides Bill Maher, and you can't remember her name. Man, you know I got TV ah man. I got blown up a couple times man. I don't remember names, man. It took me at least 6 times on your show.
"september 30th" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast
"I booked my flight, I'm going to D.C.. What are you going to do with D.C.? What do you mean? I'm going to go ask the stuttering John type questions to every freaking right wing lunatic politician that I can get freaked in a microphone in front of their face. And I've already hired a couple of writers and we've been coming up with questions nonstop. I mean, we got questions specifically for Marjorie trailer green Lauren bobert. Kevin McCarthy. I mean, Mitch McConnell. I mean, it's like, you know, it's like, it's like, it's like what I used to walk around with when I was on the stern show. I would have like a booklet of questions for each different celebrity. And that's what we've been working on. So I'm gonna go down there. Greg, I ain't gonna confront these Jack alones and hopefully get some good viral interviews with some of these people. This is a good project. You got grassley you gotta find grassley. Yes, you gotta ask him, you know, you know, what was William McKinley like? I mean, when you guys used to hang out, like, was he? Well, he was nice as everybody said, I don't know. Well, an old joke that I wrote that I wrote goofing on Jackie to Jonathan was chuck grassley who likes to bet on the ponies because he knows since that's how his mail was delivered. I'm proud of that joke. I'm not saying chuck grassley's old. Trump grass is so old. How old is he? How old is he? I don't know. He was methuselah a quarter. I don't know. He's not one of them. I forget who's joke that is. But what the hell would we just talking about? Getting back to mad magazine. Yeah, you know, and I love the little thing in the back that you wouldn't have to fold cover the backup. Oh yeah, yeah, yeah. That was only comes out with the secret like answer. It was so funny. I mean, and one of my biggest honors was to be depicted in not one, but at least two mad magazine things like so they had like the guy draw me up in a man magazine. Oh, that's pretty cool. Yeah. Yeah, like it was so, you know, it was me with the long hair in the microphone. I wish I still saved that magazine because then cracked would do a whole page, stuttering John questions for this and that. You know, it was so cool to be part of these magazines that were a big part of my childhood, you know? I don't know, because I don't know how that feels. But I imagine that it must have been pretty awesome. I wrote some parodies of poems that I sent to them one time and I rejected it, but they wrote down on the thing they said, we can't use these, but these are funny. And I always felt like that was really cool. Oh, wow. That's awesome. So I got that going for me, you know. I always used to say that GW was our Alfred E Newman president. He does look like him. I mean, certainly looks like.
"september 30th" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast
"All of that, I think built up and then the exorcist like spoke to all of your fears that you had as, you know, a young boy, you know, going to cataclysm and, you know, and going to church and so I think that's why. I think our generation at least because, you know, I didn't bring a my kids to, you know, you know, well, a my wife is Jewish. So, you know, so we taught all the, you know, all the, you know, all the stories, but we didn't, you know, you know, we didn't take them to church or temple or anything like that. It was, you know, so they don't have any of that fear that being a Catholic, you know, that being religious. I get it. I know what you mean. I've been there, I was there, you know? I was raised the same way. So, you know, you get all the religious stuff and the priests with the collars and the kind of creepy and kind of like they look the same. They have the same dress on their manner of dress is the same as it was 500 years ago, so you know, there's this timeless quality about it. So I want to shout out to the people in the comments section. Ken auto, good job with the etymology of the name Damian. I think that was oh, that was what did he say? It's derived from the Greek, which means to subdue. So that's why it's called that the exorcist. But I think in the omen, it's just it sounds like demon. I'm gonna go with that. Do you know how all right, I know we're going up frontends, but I have to because I love both of these films. The last scene in the young man really was supposed to be ambiguous. They buried two coffins, and you're not supposed to know who's in the coffins..
"september 30th" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast
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Tom Cotton Puts Spotlight on Biden Nominee
"Back america. I'm hugh hewitt joined by the united states. Senator tom cotton from the state of arkansas arkansas than the top ten for the first time in my memory. Good morning senator. Congratulations on the razorbacks rides morning. Dear thank you. It's nice for you to be able to congratulate the razorbacks as opposed. Well celebrate the buckeyes victory at once in a while. We'll get there. Hey what's going on massachusetts this morning Hugh you're aware of this phenomenon. That i call the soros prosecutors george soros and other. Left-wing activists have helped elect radical pro criminal prosecutors across the country. Like larry crasner in philadelphia. Chase 'em bodine in san francisco. Another one is rachel. Rawlins in suffolk county. Raker rollins has now been nominated by joe biden to be the us attorney for massachusetts. This is a woman who was rule who has ruled an entire category of crimes as presumptively off limits for prosecution in less her Assistant da's seek higher supervisor approval and hugh. These are not crimes like jaywalking. I'm talking about breaking and entering malicious destruction of property roy trafficking drug trafficking including and. It's not surprising that over the last nearly three years took office that murder and crime has spiked in boston
Can the Democrats Raise the Debt Limit Without Republican Help?
"Good morning The newspapers are full of contrived. Drama will the government shutdown. Will the stimulus bill passed will the three and a half trillion dollar social infrastructure. Bill passed what will happen to the squad. What about kristen cinema. What about joe manchin. Here's what my prediction is. Everything passes and they spend all the money after pretend drama. What do you think. Well if i had to guess from the outside and you don't really know I mean the best. Intel's the people managing the with news. Obviously and it's possible they don't know but my guess is immigrants are are not gonna leave that that One point two trillion infrastructure money on the table that they'll pass that at some point. You have always been skeptical that they could get another big reconciliation bill through the senate I don't i don't. I don't think it's just mansion. I think there's a half of those democrats who would prefer not to vote on something particular tax increases but we will see They're going to have. Typically i think getting the debt limit increase eventually seneca Because schumer did not put the instructions for one in the last budget resolution and So far saying i'm not gonna finance you know your deficit spending. They gotta go back to you on the budget committee. Jim where you're on your budget committee. I always avoided that. Well i think they've got to go back and amend the budget resolution reconciliation instructions. It takes two weeks. They better get started exactly. And that's the point and mcconnell's been saying this for months. He's the best republican wiedersen dole. In my opinion. I mean yeah. He's just and he's been saying for months. Look we're not gonna finance this enormous deficit spending. You're going to have to do it. And yet schumer did not put the instructions in the last budget resolution. So you're right. It takes a couple of weeks and I know that schumer is really faced up to that. Yes i think. I fought for months us. At the infrastructure bill would eventually passed. The house would take what the senate gives just as they did in two thousand nine. This is going to the house and not just because the progressives don't like it's not big enough it's going to sit there in the house and have the senate serve you a bill and say no. We're not going to conference. This is our bill. You taken a leave but they all passed macaire on that basis. I think they'll pass the bill. That's my guess
"september 30th" Discussed on 790 KABC
"M 7 90, ABC. Okay. ABC News at 6 30 AM Sharon Reardon. Here's what's happening. President Biden is in Long Beach right now in support of Governor Newsom for what will be the campaign's final rally against the recall. Governor. Newsom is only the fourth governor in U. S history and the second in California to face a recall election in Orange County jury says a woman already convicted of killing her seven month old son was saying when she murdered him. Several years ago, Sonia Um Rco dropped her seven month old son to his death from a Children's hospital of Orange County parking structure. She had pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity. With the jury finding she was saying that the time of the crime she now faces 25 years to life in prison for her earlier conviction on charges of first degree murder and child assault, causing death. Kevin TRIP KBC News K ABC SPORTS USC Interim head coach Dante Williams will be on Trojans Life tonight at seven. And that's sports on the home of the U. S. C. Trojans. The markets closed mixed today. Now through September. 30th Lisa 2021 BMW 3 30 I sedan for 4 29 a month for 36 months with 39 99 do it signing, See a Southern California BMW Center today for details or visit so. Cal BMW dot com News sponsored by the Southern California BMW Centers. Okay, ABC SoCal Weather clear skies tonight and happy clouds and fog after midnight lows. In the mid fifties to low sixties partially cloudy tomorrow morning, then sunny highs in the mid seventies at the beaches eighties low nineties for the inland in Valley areas. Currently it's 78 degrees in Garden Grove 82 in Glendale. Get full coverage of recall Election Day. A special expanded John Phillips total recall from noon to five and a recall wrap up at eight tomorrow on 7 90 K. ABC. Traffic is neck. Switching to Geico is a good idea, especially when you consider everything first off Geico makes it easy to switch. They have licensed agents available.
"september 30th" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Welcome in thanks for being here. Made my pleasure. Well, I gotta tell you Friday's job numbers. Were you a little bit surprised? We're expecting over 700,000. Well, he had what 235,000. So what? What is your thought on that? First of all, and then we'll talk about what the Fed may be doing. I was surprised. Uh, of course, the estimates from a lot of the analysts for the weeks leading up to a J T. They said 700,000 to 900,000 of you said Shoot, It could even be more than that. So when we got the report on Friday, showing 235,000 jobs that were added in August, uh it really caught a lot of people off guard. Now, on Friday, it didn't affect the market much I mean market was down 76 points or so. The Dow barely flinch. Now we did see the Dow yesterday. Drop a bit is it dropped a couple 100 point. But the thing is, optimism remains high, even though we're seeing clear signs of the economy cooling off, and I think more and more people are starting to recognize that As they're saying it and I think eventually it's going to catch up with Wall Street. Wall Street's never a good indicator of how the economy is going. It's simply motivated as many times we've discussed on emotion and right now there's there's a lot of optimism. That's one of the reasons we're seeing Some of these stocks trading at record highs. What would the economy starting to cool as you said there, do you believe that the Fed will change course in any reason or any direction that they may and that's one of the things that we're going to be looking at the feds and admitted past concerns as far as the speed of the recovery. And, of course, the Delta variant Right now, that is sprung up. And it's kind of a headline type of thing. And Dr Fauci continues to pull a hamstring running for microphone, two microphones, saying not only the Delta variant, but what's coming after it could be even worse. That uncertainty is starting to really sink into a lot of people. And look if I'm an airline executive. If I'm a corporate executive, I'm telling the doctor Fauci is of the world. Please shut up because what's happening? It's causing a lot of people. To really take a step back and think you know what's coming up this fall this winter. What's going to be taking place next year, and it started to affect the mentality of a lot of individuals who remember all too well. How the coronavirus snuck up on us because it wasn't expected to get here And of course, it clobbered the economy for a year and a half. Well, you know the other thing, too. As you mentioned Fauci. I think the perception on that guy is just so bad that any time he steps up to the microphone, even if he's got facts to deliver and medical, you know, knowledge on things. People aren't buying it, no matter what he spits out of his mouth. He's gotten such a negative rap for so long Now I think you're right. He just needs to kind of sit down and be quiet and let somebody else you know, start taking the microphones and cameras there. But Yeah, I I agree with you. It seems that He alone could change the course of some things on the market. There. Let's talk about the housing market. We saw some of the lumber prices come down, which is a good sign for construction and boy was at pricey to build anything or remodel anything. But now with the housing market and the costs of homes still being relatively high, but it is kind of calming down a little bit. Uh, good, good direction. Uh, do you feel it's coming stronger. Gonna take some time? Still quite September. 30th is the date that's on my calendar, because if you've sold a home or tried to buy a home, it's insane. Right now, JT, You've got people that are bidding well above the asking price of a lot of homes right now, and it is definitely a seller's market. But there was the mortgage for Barron's program that was put in place last year to try to help. Those with mortgages. It's kind of put a pause on their mortgage payments, and we had 7.2 million homeowners step at the at the peak were involved in this program. Well, now we've got just under two million that are enrolled in the forbearance program and it but it's set to expire on September 30th. Now the Biden administration has made it clear they have absolutely no plans to extend that. So if that's the case after September, 30th borrowers are going to be back to being responsible for their mortgages and other things, And if we start seeing even though two million homes may not sound like a lot given the number of house is across the country, it's still a significant number. And if we start seeing some issues with some of those People not being able to pay their mortgages, things of this nature. We can start to see the kind of the boom of the housing market start to cool just a bit, And just as rapidly as it soared, we could see a drop as well. So I'm not telling anyone to, you know, go out and sell their house now because Housing market may be cooling. But look, if you're on the fence, keep in mind. There may be some changes coming in the next few months and J quickly as you spent many years in the airline industry, is an administrator and executive. Anniversary of 9 11 coming up this Saturday, 20 years certainly reminder that we still have to be cautious when it comes to traveling now that this administration has basically opened the door for the Taliban. To ramp up again. Yeah, And it's one of the reasons that I'm glad that after the attacks of 9 11, we started screening check luggage. It wasn't until then, that we actually Took the responsibility for screening every bag that went on board an airplane prior to 9 11 less than 5% of the bags domestically were screen which meant somebody could have came up to the counter and had anything in their bag. It would've went from the counter to the tug to the plane. So after 9 11 that was that was created and I'm really glad for that, and also the the full body imaging scanner. Something we did not have prior to the attacks allows us to screen for liquid and plastic explosives that could be strapped to someone's body. Those magnetometers that we've used for decades are only designed for metal and we've had planes in Russia and other places that have been destroyed because people were able to sneak explosives on board. Underneath their clothing. So those two things are making commercial aviation saver. We've got a lot of a long way to go, but I'm glad those things have been implemented. All right. Very good. J Rattle of day trade fund dot com. Thank you. J Appreciate you 7 29 Alabama's Morning news, traffic and weather together..
"september 30th" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The White House is looking for $24 billion to help with hurricane ideas Aftermath along with almost $6.5 billion to resettle evacuees from Afghanistan. Marketplaces. Andy Euler is on the line with more Andy. Good morning. Morning. 24 billion White House is looking forward to secure for for what Yeah. So, folks over at the Office of Management and Budget actually said that more than 14 billion were already needed to address natural disasters. That's before Ida whipped through Louisiana, Mississippi in the Eastern Seaboard. The $24 billion Ask would specifically be used for things like community development, block grants, emergency highway relief and also small business administration disaster loans. That's among other things. And the other money for resettlement of people fleeing Taliban Afghanistan. Mm hmm. That's right. That money would be in order to help with transportation government processing public health screenings for folks who assisted U. S forces and were evacuated from Afghanistan amid the rise of the Taliban. Now, the White House is asking for these funds to be delivered in the form of a short term continuing resolution because Congress still hasn't passed a budget. Now, the proposed spending platform for the Biden administration would include some $3.5 trillion that would focus a lot of the spending on social and environmental programs. Republicans have bowed to block that, and you know, September 30th is the deadline for the annual appropriations bill to get past in order to avoid a federal shutdown. Oh, that marketplaces Andy Euler. Thank you. Let's check.
"september 30th" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast
"But I mean, it's a simple task at hand. If you want to see the Yankees in the playoffs, if that's even something you want to see. If things don't change and the Yankees just tread water for the next few weeks, then no, I really don't watch a one game wild card against the Boston Red Sox or Blue Jays, or I guess a's or maybe I would watch a one game wild card against America. That's the only one I was deeply watch. Because if the Mariners beat us, I would give them a golf plan. I would go. Enjoy the raise. That would be fun for you. Any of the other teams that'd be very frustrated. So I just need to see it. I need to know what the next few weeks look like. If this Yankees team looks exactly the same on September 30th, as they do now and they're like a game or two games up on a playoff spot or tied or then, you know, I will be emotionally divorced from the proceedings. If they look better and are able to pull away a little bit, great, I'll be excited if they hold serve and status quo that it is hard to be pumped and you start mentally calculating, you know, if the Blue Jays are surpass us, is worse things in the world than the blue days get hosting the Red Sox in Toronto or whatnot. The one gamer. An embarrassing way to think and not how any Yankee fan should be thinking following a 13 game winning streak, but I tell you what, I'm dangerously close and the Gerrit Cole game on Tuesday night might determine my mental course of action. That is it for this return to form for the inks goyard podcast. Make sure to find us on Apple podcast. Google podcast Spotify wherever you get your podcasts. Drop us a 5 star review along the mailbag question..
"september 30th" Discussed on WTOP
"There, you're looking good. And in case you missed it. Unfortunately, bad news glee. Bro did not reopen today between military road and chain Bridge Road with all the bridgework throughout the last week and a half the flood damage, Unfortunately, significantly delaying the reopening of Glebe Road follow that posted detour. D lt's team of I. T procurement pros. Technology domain experts and partners help federal agencies quickly. Security solutions before fiscal year end budgets expire on September 30th visit dlt dot com slash your team. Jack Taylor. W T o P. Traffic, Okay. Lauryn Ricketts had us on Monday forecast shape up for us Monday doesn't look that bad. We've got lots of sunshine and maybe a little straight shower thunderstorm popping up this afternoon majority of us if not all of us are going to stay dry as temperatures climb to right around. 90 still humid out there and still humid this week. Temperatures will be in the low to mid nineties. As we go through the rest of this work weekend where you mostly have sunshine. We'll see a few more clouds by Friday, but otherwise dry for the most part, I'll keep in the chance of an isolated thunderstorm. As we go through Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, better chances of rain look to come over the weekend damages out there right now. 76 in Washington, Gaithersburg at 74 Manassas at 71 in Fredericksburg at 73. Lauren, It's 80 Now here in friendship Heights. Brought to you by Len. Summer trusted same day service seven days a week, and it's 9 21 to your health. Sponsored by D. C. Health. Get Vaccinated D C go to vaccinate dot d c dot gov It's 9 21 here in the Pfizer vaccine could get full FDA approval as soon as today. Infectious disease expert Dr Ashish Jha on CBS this morning, says that he expects a big upswing in vaccinations would follow that announcement. Because employers may start to require.