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"state house state senate" Discussed on The Morning Ritual with Garret Lewis
"If this were the other way around Republicans wanted thing Republicans were hurting the kids because right now. Republicans and especially in the State of Arizona and I'm getting more reaction by the way from other lawmakers that are mad at me for calling them out for being wusses. Trying to do things the right way. I sent a letter we did that we can do anything well, call out the other Republicans that are blocking you publicly. Because what constituents? We're pissed would you be man? Let me ask you this. If you're a conservative like me, you generally vote Republicans for State House State Senate here in Arizona. Would you be upset. If. Republican lawmakers started calling out other Republican lawmakers for not having children's best interest in mind and doocy not having kids best interests in mind and Democrats destroy kids because they won't allow face to face teaching anymore. With that that upset you. If the leaders of the Republican Party in Arizona were called out or you say awesome. This person's fighting. This is ridiculous right now, all I get from people as. Well. If the Republicans won't call a special session like what what are they need to do it like why don't they call out Ducey one called this and that's what we want Democrats. If this other around, they would call Republicans I mean remember the Democrats when Red Fred happened a couple of years ago they called out. Republican. Lawmakers you don't want our kids to be educated you putting our kids in danger and they sat there and took it. They took the gut punches like a bunch of Wusses they are and now. Now. You look into the state literally have a golden opportunity. To put teachers in their place, these corrupt Marxist teachers and do C. N. Democrats we got I got into this morning. We can the Democrats think they could win on this issue they won't help us call a special session. Then call there s out publicly. Say We want to get kids back in the classroom. It's not just us the head of the CDC wants it. Everybody wants parents wanted and Democrats won't agree with us to get Ducey back in there to reign in his power to get kids back in class where the Republicans were fighting for you. It's time to turn the damn tables. And I don't care if they're Republican leadership, they're not doing anything then call their ass out so they get rid by everybody. We want fighters don't we? Whether Republican Party gets his ASS kicked because they're a bunch of they just roll over and take it. We we all I can do is do this to do you know what? If you have no problem calling Democrats, they do dumb things caller Republicans to, and if you think you can't let me just give you. Let me give you three initials. See She Calls Out Democrats, all the time for not being left enough and what does she get? Money Support Power..
"state house state senate" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Yeah, it almost sounds like he did a, you know, slam down the microphone. He had that sound by ready to go in a tough time delivered it. But he said, Basically that was Vice President Joe Biden in one of his first press conferences and days in months, 89 days. Yeah, and he was asked by Fox News reporter who did a pretty soft question even Kind of deal did some self deprecation where he forgets things in age 65. He did it in a real nice way. Didn't do in a disrespect a boy. But Joe Biden said something interesting said I I've had these tests done. Well, is he going to show us the results of those tests as they press President Trump to show his test results? It'll be interesting at the liberal media follows up on this. Speaking of the liberal media, the liberal media here in Charlotte and throughout the state throughout the nation is against Opportunity scholarships for Private K through 12 schools from state funded money. And the Supreme Court yesterday made a major ruling in a 54 decision in which she's Justice John Roberts wrote the majority decision finally. For a conservative cause, Ruth Ginsburg voted, wrote the minority opinion. But the majority opinion basically said, Yeah. States, Khun give scholarships to religious schools, even though it comes from tax supported money. Yeah, they struck down a ban on taxpayer funding for religious schools. In a narrow but significant win for the school choice Movement. Five before it was authored by Chief Justice Roberts. The court backed a Montana tax credit scholarship program. That gave residents up to $150 credit for donating to private scholarship organizations helping students pay for their choice of private schools in the States Revenue Department made a rule banning those tax credit scholarships from going to religious schools before the state Supreme Court later struck down the entire program. Again. What? What John Roberts basically said, Listen, if you're given to private schools, you can't discriminate among private school, saying Well, you could only give the secular private schools but not too religious private schools. By the way, some would say a secular private school preaches religion, by the way, a religion of no God. Ruth Ginsburg, in the minority opinion, basically said, Well Any since the law did not discriminate against any one religion. It was okay. In other words, it didn't say Christian schools or Catholic schools. It discriminate gets all religions. Therefore, it was okay. By five for close decision. Thankfully, the Supreme Court is allowing these opportunities scholarships for through K through 12. This is where the Democrats at the state level two, including Roy Cooper, Nice strongly disagreed on this. I signed several opportunity scholarships to any private school. To give schools choices Roy Cooper was against this in almost every major Democrat is against this for K through 12 and there's one reason it's called the power of the teacher's union. The teachers union does not want competition. For traditional public schools. And that limits public choice, especially for minority students. Poor minority students. It's ironic the liberal elite Bo have no problems with public tax dollars going to Religious colleges. It's only K through 12. It there against the religious colleges, including Davidson, including Duke, including Talbot. The Liberals have no problem with that. But they have problems with K through 12 and it's because of the power of the public teachers union that gives a lot of money and a lot of resource is to every candidate. Running for Democratic candidate running for State House state Senate or governor or lieutenant governor. So this is a major victory for school choice, which primarily helps minority students. Have choices that rich people have. Anyway. Speaking of schools, the question is, What are schools going to look like this fall? Well, and everyone thinks Governor Cooper has the power to decide that for everybody. He will not be itemizing or outlining his plan, as we originally thought he might this afternoon that you know why was that because he has no frickin idea what he's going to do. He's got to hear from the lobbyist that he's got here for the teachers union. Today's July 1st. When do you think he will make a decision? Because, you know, the school board here has has a special meeting set for tonight. Which a ZAY was talking to Ron to cheek. The other day it was is being is happening in order to reactor was to react to what the governor As set forth this afternoon. He's gonna have a press conference. But they let the media know late last night that he's taken the school discussion part off the itinerary for today. Well again, he's he doesn't Roy Cooper's Past. Past trend is he doesn't like making decisions, period on anything. And so a delay is not unusual. He's got to make a decision. First of all, does he want to make the decision? Does he want the legislator to make decision of these want to counsel state involved, including State Board of Education? Does he want the 100 school counties to make the decision for themselves? But right now, the media's treatment as though and that is that the governor has his sole discretionary power for all schools, but both public and private in the entire state, North Carolina Was going to impact millions of kids. And the unions were going to press tomorrow, too. It's it's gonna be interested. Mandy Mandy Moore's going Well, whatever Well, and I've been trading some text with Brett Jensen breaking bread Jensen as we talk here, and the initial thought was that Cooper was going to announce these school plans on July 11th. That was, you know, intel from three weeks ago, and then there was talk That was gonna happen today and then That was changed last night. So this is ahh Sounds like it's kind of all over the place. Right? Brent learned last week He got Intel that the governor was going to go into phase three year. Whatever Phase two And he ended up not doing anything. So Cooper as a the ability to change his mind at the last minute or make no decision whatsoever. He's not a decisive Decision maker. And there was one point in time and I'm now trying Remember what exactly it Wass several several months ago. You remember he was going to make it announcement about schools and then very into the press conference, said. We'll come back tomorrow and do that. Member that one. It was almost like like a tease. Yeah, that that was a tease. That was so we could have two press conferences during campaign season and get free media. That was the Dow titties. Speaking about decisions by school boards we've never heard From our Mecklenburg County School board about their investigation of the questions that went out with three months ago to second graders about their sexuality. And it was stopped because of public pressure. But they said, we're going to get back to you on who gave approval for the decisions to give a questionnaire to 2nd 3rd and fourth graders about their sexuality of private lives. Whatever happened to that investigation? Good question. I have a feeling they would say. Well, then, Cove in 19 happened and everything that was on the burner before. That is kind of floating elf often some gray area now, But you're right that we never did hear any follow up to that None. None there too worried Putting together groups of what's the term are Ah! County manager says so the culturally competent Influencers, the corporate culturally competent influence? Yes, you've yet to be selected for one of those. Well, you know, I got enough to do. I've been selected. I just didn't want to tell you. Okay. Okay, I'll do it. Let me go on record. And the last thing I want to do is upset. But Thompson artists working guy, let me go on record and tell you I'm very jealous, culturally competent,.
"state house state senate" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"Am on today with one of my favorite northwestern graduates Which is saying a lot because I know a lot of northwestern graduates Amanda Lippman. I Amanda so I am thrilled to have you back on the podcast. It's been quite a while since you were last on. I think maybe two full years. Hopefully everyone who listens to this knows a little bit about Run for something which you co founded But just in case there's anyone out there that has slipped through without learning about it. You just talk a little bit about run for something and and why it started and what you do. Something was born the Ashes of the twenty sixteen campaign. I worked for Hillary for two years and for a couple of campaign before that We launched on inauguration. Day thinking we'd be a really small operation. Our goal was to recruit and support at that point but a hundred young people who wanted to run for local office and the first week about a thousand people signed up with us and say about forty eight thousand maybe close to forty nine thousand young people who raise their hands on they want to run for office for the first time. So what we have done in those a program that recruits people to run so asking folks to put their names on the ballot and then helping them through that happened Of the four nine thousand we have endorsed about nine hundred fifty And then the first three years three hundred and five of them have one. Our winters are about fifty five percent. Women Forty eight percent people will call our eighteen percent. Ozeki Q. There in forty five states and their teachers and nurses and MOMS and artists and veterans and scientists. And they're after anything. It's really amazing to watch them win govern and then deliver things. They campaigned on for people. So that's the very very lovely there. Tell me how you to find young people which I believe. Is everyone younger than me? So our focus is really people under the age of forty but for anyone who who's not In that demographics we will still support you. You just might not be eligible for our endorsements. Don't a lot of resources available for folks. Outside of that age group we focus our efforts and really ensuring that young people who are dramatically underrepresented in leadership. Have a chance. Get their names on the ballots. I'm forty one and a half so I just barely missed and then tell me about Y You focus on down ballot races. What what now ballot means and why? That's where you're focuses. Yes so for US. We look at every nonfederal so you know federal or things like the President Vice President Congress Senate And then there statewide offices so governors governors attorney generals. We look at everything below that so down ballot meaning literally lower on your ballot state legislatures the State House State Senate or whatever calling your state City Council School Board Library Board University Board. Waterboard coroner district trustee e Really everything that makes the building blocks of government For us there's a couple of reasons. We focused on it one. It's where most young people get their start in politics. It is extremely rare for a twenty something or even thirty something to run for Congress and win To that's a little of government that most people actually directly interact with and feel the impact from you know things like voting rights and women's rights make their own healthcare division Traffic and infrastructure of criminal justice reform. All that comes from state government and some even comes from city government and then I guess the third or fourth whatever number. I'm on reasons. Is that the Republicans are really invested their time in their money because they understand the impact. They understand that you win Power by controlling the levers of power so for example Gerrymandering done in state capital. They legislatures Republicans invested hundreds of millions of dollars over the last really thirty years to win those offices specifically because they know their ideas are not more popular So they have to read the rules in order to win We have a chance to right that wrong. After the census during redistricting process in twenty twenty one but that requires winning state legislators now similarly if we wanna stop these horrific things like abortion bans or heartbeat bills or these aggressive voter suppression laws. That starts electing people to be in the room at operate them. I know you've had some incredible stories and I hope everyone will go and follow your twitter feed because it's fantastic and uplifting but he tells you know maybe one or two of those stories of candidates that you've supported who've been elected and then have been able to make real change in their communities in twenty seven gene in probably a month or so after lunch. We started working with a young one in Jennifer carefully African American woman. She's a former foster mom. She's a judge. She graduated from Virginia Military Institute and she was running and it's tough primary. After Virginia House of delegates she won that primary by fourteen votes A couple of weeks after having given birth to twins who are a little premiums in the hospital. She spent the entire summer knocking doors every day and then visited her kids in the mic night She flipped as the original. The delegates red to blue and it was really a long shot raise And of course to help expand Medicaid more than four hundred thousand Virginians. She didn't lead the fight. Her out by the equal rights in that meant she won her seat. Twenty nineteen She I'm sure a writer and Star in the Virginia Democrat Party And she's amazing absolutely amazing and any person who got the chance to meet her or see her speak comes away with being like that woman is a rock star but in her first election. She was entirely counted out. So I think about her. All the time The second one I would point to would be Allesandro Biaggi so here in New York. I don't know how folks are familiar with the New York State Senate situation but pirates when Eighteen Wall Democrats technically had power a caucus called the independent democratic commission or Independent Democratic Caucus. Id that was Democrats Caucus with Republicans They wanted to do so to give the Republican majority. They were able to get a lot confessions out of it. There were six members of the caucus and we had folks crime airing all of them because they're Democrats primary them Allesandro Primary King of it the King of the Caucus Jeff Klein She's GonNa be only candidates for whom when we endorsed her. I got calls from angry. New Yorkers being like why are you primarily in Jeff Levine was a warrior who used to work for Cuomo She's a victim of child sexual assault. She is a fighter to her core. She was outspent. I think it was like read a one. Six to one. Something like that She won her seat. Things in those my part is but also to an incredible constellation of grassroots groups here in New York and then made sure that she doesn't good with that majority so for example holding the first ever hearing on sexual assault and harassment in Albany. She has helped push for law about the statue of limitations. On child sexual abuse cases. She helped codify Roe v Wade in the New York. State Constitution Washing her deliver and really stand up for progressive values and already has been awesome. I love those stories. I just got chills while you were talking this. This is what people need to be focused on. You know it's really Uplifting it's fun because you get to see wins you focus on congressional races or the White House. And it's just it's slow and it's supposed to be slow. You don't get a lot of victories because Mitch. Mcconnell is garbage but when you start thinking more locally you get those people who actually deliver and then live and walk and breezed through. The revolt does elections. Which makes it way more fun and meaningful so we are recording this on the day after Super Tuesday and a piece that you and your co founder Ross had in buzzfeed. The other days seems especially apt for a number of people to be hearing or reading right now. So it's called. Here's what to do if you hate the Democratic nominee their ways to beat trump this November. That don't require pretending to like the person running against him which is brilliant. So talk me through. What should people be doing? What should they be focusing on? Let's say they're not super jazzed about what happened on Super Tuesday but they WANNA make sure we defeat trump. What's the strategy. Well her. I want to be really clear. You use your vote for the Democratic nominee when it comes to November you know and it's been fun to see how many people really don't read the article just funds. Nivo no I I agree you should go especially if you are in a battleground state. Where the marginal be closed on an even if you're not even if you don't like the nominee Hubris on security to think about people decide yourself especially if you're a person with any kind of privilege you know you have to be Alex. The most vulnerable US fat being sad for a lot of folks especially people who spent the last three or four years or longer knocking doors and making calls and getting involved in the campaign. They look at the two really two or three remaining candidates at this point and do not want to go into a Bernie Sanders or Joe Biden field. Office don't want an outdoors on their behalf. Don't WanNa give them their money. I understand and can relate And I think that's why it's important to know that there are other ways you can help. The trump aside doing that for us is really thinking about going vocal And local can mean a Senate race in a place like Alabama or made or Montana or North Carolina the critical Senate races or we need to win in order to take back the Senate But basically we've been an hour's drive of nearly every zip code in America you can find a democrat. Who Need Your help? You can turn your money towards them. You know what we would suggest. Take them money. You would set aside to help. Eat TRUMP IF. You're the kind of planner like I am. Or however you know about your financial planning give half bitten. Local candidate give the other organization. It's going to be around for a while. There will be elections after this year and groups that do that work is just run for something really any organization that does long-term organizing with communities of color or young people. Need your money and need a long haul So it's fifty fifty get half miracle. Kinda group like that with your time. Go not doors. On behalf of a local candidate it will mean more. The doors you knock for city council scoreboard tended. We'll still hope the Democratic nominee. But you're going to be advocating for someone them. Most people don't even know where on the ballot and without your door knocking. They're not gonNA finish complete their valley. You know down. Ballot drop off is a really big problem like upwards of forty percent or people. Don't finish their ballots. They don't vote the whole ticket so your door. Nothing will help. Make a difference and move your attention.
"state house state senate" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"How to play the political game very well Reeves has always been a more tentative politician looks more like a kind of a businessman than an actual glad handing politician blood Mississippi is a very conservative state trump is also being in Mississippi was in tupelo two weeks ago and I think is enough of a Republican base in Mississippi but even though you've got a really good democratic candidate on the ballot the Republican re you still have a pretty solid advantage as I said in Virginia my adopted home state it's an off year elections so it says state legislative seats that are up not the governor's race there's been a big scandal in Virginia the governor with black face the Attorney General blacks he's lieutenant governor with alleged sexual assaults and rapes they're all Democrats there've been some very controversial bills on abortion and other things of relief in fury and a lot of conservatives on the other hand the suburban areas especially in northern Virginia by DC are increasingly blue the lot of those voters really dislike president trump in particular and so there is some cross currents here what are the expectations for tonight in your view based on what you're hearing and seeing in Virginia if everything is national everything is about trump and everything's about the national parties Democrats expect to win both the state General Assembly the house and in the state Senate and that would be a pretty historic moment because Democrats have been held the governorship the state house state Senate for over twenty years that would be quite a quite an accomplishment this is not a foregone conclusion that there a lot of you're right guy that Democrats have about as much baggage as you could bring into an off year election you have a scandalized governor you have a lieutenant governor who is keeping credibly accused of rape and he's still in office he's been used by Republicans and a lot of their their state legislative campaign materials but looking at the big number to look at is there's not a single Democrat that represents a who's on the ballot and at the at the members of the district at twelve one AM there a handful of Republicans and then if we do the lines of the state house a bunch of Republicans are representing districts that Hillary Clinton won exposure on the Republican side and if you if you don't like trump to kind of like your equipment well you you make me feel like a Republican local office older but you may not vote Republican because you hate Donald Trump even it's it's sort of like the Kentucky affected and the and the other one way around right so national we don't have local politics anymore and Democrats are definitely favored to win both both houses of of of the legislature could save the Republican Kentucky in doom the Republicans in Virginia and by the way if that's the case and the Democrats have full control you know I have to start building a wall around my wallet perhaps in terms of taxes in the state of Virginia Josh last question briefly I know we had an election recently in Louisiana and a run off coming up in that governor's race looking kinda tenuous for the Democrats they wanna hold that seat other Republicans think they've got a really good shot at picking that governorship up in Louisiana that's not tonight but that's up coming soon right right in the I believe it's on the fifth fifteen the sixteenth of of of November so a couple more weeks but I this is another close race I think the big story about the Louisiana governor's races that you have a democratic incumbent John bell Edwards ease pro life who signed a bill that's more restrictive than most other states in the country in terms of restricting abortion he's a Democrat but the Democrats who got me a lot of a lot of these pro choice group that made all kinds of noise about supporting the ticket not supporting a Democrat to.
"state house state senate" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"State house state state Senate. governorship any number of of that it was he was just horrible another course the drive bys didn't talk about any of this remember James carvel after trump one in two thousand sixteen James Carville was running around complaining and Democrat party had never ever in his lifetime had so little electoral power well my contention is that they're doing what they can to bring it back after their Super local level where they lost that with the election of Obama. and what the Republicans can play the game too I did and they may well be I just don't know he is not here about a whole Lotta Democrat retirements but we will keep a sharp eye on this remember the story yesterday that this vegan bear but. living two hundred yards away from some guy and his other apartment was protesting in demanding that the guys stop barbecuing she was a vegan she was being made sick by the smells of barbecuing hamburgers and hot dogs and she was demanding that the authorities make the guy stop well guess what. thousands of B. visit Australia thousands of people are taking their barbecue objects to this Babe's apartment and are going to fire a mop. eight choke should this Babe took her neighbors to court over the smell of meat and fish they are planning a massive cookout outside her home this woman's name Stiller carton she made headlines she claimed that the orders. from the firm laid barbecue pits of her neighbors and destroyed her quality of life three thousand feet this used to happen in America. I mean this is the kind of stuff. it used used to happen regularly but now people are afraid to do this in America's political correctness of what might happen three thousand people planning to attend a cook out outside her home. it was organized on a Facebook page called community barbecue for selling garden and it could all be the same number showing up not knowing what's going on I just reading faith community barbecue cool let's go Mabel whatever three thousand people is don't let someone destroy a good old Aussie tradition join us for our community barbecue and help still I got some good pork on her fork. this is no way to fight back against what right do they have to impose every little grievance an offensive behavior may find on everybody else barbecuing is a and your way look climate change people go well you don't rush of we fired up every barbecue in Los Angeles at the same time you realize what happened here yeah that's what they tried that before and it didn't stop it from barbecuing okay gotta get started audio sound bites my buddy Andy McCarthy his new book ball of collusion is out I've talked about it and last night he was on C. span to. well last night date aired something last night he actually gave a speech on August thirteenth in Mountain View it's out near the the bay area's talking about his book former federal prosecutor Andy McCarthy talking to what they they found about I think three hundred conservatives in northern California to fill up this place. anyway we have some sound bites because it's pretty funny here we go with the flow I stepped off the plane and my phone was exploding because it turned out that Rush Limbaugh had talked about the book on the radio today and he likes it which is important was going to talk about it you want to make sure he likes it right so it's just been I was I was totally blown away by that I didn't know he was going to do that when I got to the hotel the first thing I did was dash him off a little note to thank him and he is great so of course he got back to me instantly and he said you know there was something I forgot to say and I'm gonna hit that tomorrow. every Democrat out there all that we need to write a book now. now they were gasping with envy over that here is the the next we got three what we're talking about Rush married guys will notice how many married guys in the room okay so one of Russia's favorite stories or lines is if a man down the forest and he's all by himself there's nobody around. if he makes a statement is he still wrong. it's a great crowd in Mountain View this is August thirteenth and the McCarthy and here's a here's one more this this is there we got serious explaining why it he wrote ball of confusion in which is by the way fox it is what the Mahler investigation should have been this book. is exactly what Mahler and his team ignored this book exposes the silent coup the effort to overturn the election results it does it you know Andy is a brilliant lawyer and federal prosecutors he writes it almost not alas gets it's a page Turner and you get it you think you're no details because you listen here but you'll learn things that you didn't know it'll outrage you but it will give you confidence that people are on the case here dealing with it and here is talking about why he did it I was reminded of that today not only because it's a great line and rush was so great today but because what actually got me into more deeply into the collusion caper I was fabulously spectacularly wrong about something that turned out to be very basic I insisted eight ways to Sunday in a very indignant way that it was impossible but it would never ever happen that the justice department and the FBI would use what are known as their counter intelligence authorities as a pretext to conduct what actually was a criminal investigation that was done without a criminal predicate right away I can I can back this up at the very beginnings of this when it first became obvious was struck strokes American page in their texts in the insurance policy in their hatred for trump and then we came in call me Sir learning these things and the early on said the FE I would never do this but he was in the department of justice he he was he was a line prosecutor when Rudy was the state attorney are they there the US attorney Southern District of New York. he loves the place he has a reverence for the part of the job he could not believe this one happens you guys are way way off the beaten this would never happen let the professionals in office would never let it happen that he was stunned to learn that it was the professionals in the office that we're directing it. and did I mention something that you hold dear that you believe to be a. an outpost of propriety sanity in this case judicious and totally focused on maintaining constitutional rule of law you find out that it is it was it destroyed him so he did a one eighty one if when he couldn't ignore it anymore and that's that's why the book now I want to circle back and connect this to this story about the retirements in Texas Senate Democrats taking over as much local governments they can't any as a column today. about the Democrats attempt to impeach trump based on Jerry Nadler's announcement that they're going to do a deep dive no pun intended into stormy Daniels. meaning they're gonna do an investigation into the trump off and having a non disclosure agreement any makes the point there's nothing impeachable here and there isn't a crime here so why are the Democrats doing and he makes the point that they haven't actually called for a vote now this is crucial politically because never is out there the German Judiciary Committee out there saying that in that impeachment inquire re has begun but he has not put a door vote. at the end that means it actually isn't official and that means it hasn't captured the attention of the public at large the purpose of it is to feed the beast that is not white leftist extremist mantra the Democrat party who want trump impeached no matter what the outcome no matter what the political result and that he's got to do it the reason that they don't want to call a vote is this the reason that the Democrats won the house. in two thousand eighteen. is because they were able to convert a bunch of districts that trump one in twenty sixteen the Democrats won it's a lot of them and so the the people in those districts even though they they they voted for a Democrat in the mid terms they still elected drop and. they can't force these people policy does not want to force these Democrats who won and trunk districts to go on the record it's impeaching drum because even though they may have a like the Democrats most people don't want trumpet page they don't want to be president and patronage no impeachable offense here and the Democrats are scaling with suicide they do it so might not calling a vote all of this is a sham what focus attention on it because the people that voted for these Democrats in the mid terms that gave the Democrats the majority in the house need to know what these Democrats are doing despite the fact that Nadler hasn't called the vote they haven't had to go on the record with their intention about this they're they're being protected cell Nadler gets to run the show here the media gets what they want they got to talk about an impeachment inquiry but there isn't really an official one happening in there will not be a trial there will not be a conviction. and this is it going after starling handles now that that whole thing which is long ago but a judicata is illustration enough they've got nothing this is nothing more than pure politics with with and and never by the way is being primary challenge by somebody that Alexander okay so good there is has chosen to take him out so there's a lot going.
"state house state senate" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"We'll be able to fundraise. We'll be able to build name. I d if they don't already have name. I can put in place in operation and won't we'll have a lot of baggage. No i told the story on on the radio this morning. It's deeply relevant to this in the process that you go through with vetting candidates. It's worth you hearing about. It's actually kind of funny case. Do you know what goes into to running for office. Let's play this and the democrats are gonna go through this as well the democrats you're panicked because they don't want a situation where you have a one republican who brian kemp is nominated. This person's had a chance to build name ide- and then you've got twenty democrats running and they divide up the fueled ingles problems for each other but you also need as i mentioned yesterday you need the people to be able to have some sort of level of primary competition to build up their strength and properly vet. Everyone and i used to run racist when i was a lawyer also did campaign management. I have run federal racist congressional races. I've done <hes> state house state senate <hes> in georgia origin elsewhere. I've run county races local races. I i've run races. I've done polling i've done media. I've done commercials. I've done mail pieces. I've done get out the vote. I've done door to door. I've done grassroots coalitions. If there is a part of a campaign i have in some way played a role in doing that over the years and one of the first things you do is you get the candidate the candidate's spouse and the candidates best friends in a room and you do basically swot analysis your strengths and weaknesses who who you think you're leading rival is going to be and their strengths and weaknesses and you have a spouse and you have the friends in the room because you need people who are going to be honest with them and if you've got older kids you bring the older kids in and you sit down and they give hard painful truth to the candidate about the quirks that drives them crazy the things he does that. They think are going to be weaknesses on the trail the things they like about him why he should run why he shouldn't run water his liabilities. I'll never get one time. I did this and i went to campaign management school and i was always amazed at the number of campaigns that just kind of wing it particularly at the local level. They just kind of wing. It and i did this with candidate. He was running for congress and wife infringe. Were there and the wife was just be brutally honest. The the friends were trying to grow loss. Everything over the wife was being brutally honest west and she's on a roll about him. She's on a roll about the way he dresses about the way he stands about the way he rebuts things about. He's just too nice. He doesn't fight back back. People will insult him and he laughed it off and he's going to be on the campaign trail and he doesn't understand how nasty it is and her voice is at the crescendo and she says the one of the things that drives her crazy is when he gets nervous or upset. He bites his fingernails. He's going to be on stage in a debate biting his fingernails and she stayed at like this and we're all kinda laugh and we look over and there is in the corner biting his fingernails which is doing this. I drove into a debate and on the awaited the debate. He pulled out fingernail clippers and begin obsessively clipping his fingernails. I mean down to where they almost bled <hes> so that he wouldn't be biting them on stage. This is what you do. This is what you do with candidates well. You know we in your in a situation like this. It's essentially the governor of the state of georgia is mapping out your campaign for you and it's the governor of the state of georgia who needs to get into room with the list of people he's interested in and vet them and decide. What baggage does this person have..
"state house state senate" Discussed on WRVA
"So the governor's gun grab goes down in our state house state Senate say forget about it do we're not going along welcome to newsradio W. RBA yeah yeah really the governor and the people in the General Assembly somebody's **** mania things absolutely have failed in their oath of office the constitution of the Commonwealth let alone the constitution United States of America you're absolutely correct David welcome to newsradio W. R. BA yeah I was hoping that you would go further in and prove your point on the fact that background checks would shut down the private gun sales and that I mean it doesn't shut down gun sales at at distributors at at gun shops so why would it shut down private gun sales well because the the private individual doesn't have the ability to do the so called universal background check John welcome to newsradio W. RBA I have a simple solution the NRA needs to go after the little kids show me how to handle a gun and then use that cable we won't have to worry about that now we've got the Eddie eagle program I wish more people would take advantage of that dean sends a quick email to Jeff you're nailing it today how come every time this conversation happens it always turns into a gun crab never solutions that would lower the chances of a tragedy happening it's never about solving these issues is about taking guns away from law abiding citizens for twenty seven Jeff Katz newsradio W. RBI.
"state house state senate" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"The second biggest happening relating to UNC Chapel Hill this week will of course, be the tar heels taking on Auburn in the Sweet Sixteen. But when it's that game that is I hope it's not tonight. No, it is not tonight tonight. I won't have anyone show up for my class because at all schools. They put sports ahead of academics tournament resumes tomorrow. So you're you're in the clear, I'm in the clear so tonight is the second to the last of the hard lessons of leadership and insider's look that you won't read in a textbook tonight's class titled. It's all about the money won't be talking about money and politics in candidates. He decided to run for anything whether it be county commission scoreboard city council mayor governor state house state Senate district nine president. I question they gotta ask themselves as okay, we're gonna get the money is come from out of my own pocket and raise it from friends and family. Monterrey's it from lobbyists impacts and super PACS. These are tough decisions for candidates and some candidates kind of play games with this going. I will not accept any Pac money, but I'll let other people except pack money and spend commercials spend money on commercials against my opponent. So there's a lot of game playing playing on fundraising and the rules to fundraising that candidates need to know. And sadly, there are people and corporations that abuse fundraising, which I think will be hearing more about the future right here in North Carolina. So you asked about the time for the tar heel game. I had to double check and make sure I get my information in front of me, but it is Friday nights seven thirty Auburn versus UNC, and that game can be heard, of course, right here on WBZ. So as we talk about district nine do do we have a number nine here liquid. Liquid?.
"state house state senate" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Six two six. Why did we have such different reactions from the remarks made by congresswoman Illinois bar because of the way things are taught in this country. Because of the same reason that causes conflicts at Christmas and thanksgiving and other times when young people come back home. And you wonder what the hell happened to these people? Well, this is what happened to these people one eight six six five O, JIMBO and the doc in Wilmington, Delaware. Hello, doc. Thank you as always for taking my call. I witnessed at our flagship state university of Delaware. My background is I'm sixty five years old ex military and. I think part time courses are your local university wants, my parents weren't allowed the holocaust as my mother. My father doesn't want wanna war to conduct better witness first hand, this is being our university by people were non-jewish black faculty. Young faculty. Black lives matter of leasing Jews had a hand in the same trade. Keep your honest name. Anti-semites? Groups. And criticism about the state of Israel over their treatment of the people and the. The. Anti-zionist? China's jordan. Semitic Zionist person to believe that Israel. That's a whole nother people. Ause comments on that. And the and the teaching of this crap on our campuses, including dollar, which is again. For the university. Has anyone bothered to go to the state legislature the education committee where the money for that school comes from? And of course, I know that there are there are payments of tuition and other fees, but an awful lot of the money that supports that state university at other state universities cubs from tax dollars. Appropriated by the state legislature. And it starts to the education committees of your state house state Senate as anyone ever gone there. And raise these boys that said, why don't you shut off every single penny until there's some reform made has anyone done that. Yeah. I want our guest to respond to that. Go ahead. No. I don't I don't think anyone started particularly seriously. But I I think it has to be done a little carefully just because you know, there's sort of first amendment issues. You don't you don't want to save legislature, basically telling a school what they can teach your class. To avoid. I do. I don't want Charlie Manson running a college course guidelines out there. I what balance and I definitely want them. At least at least say that. There are limits as to what you can teach this notion of one hundred percent all out academic freedom to teach what you want say what you want. What you want to agree? I understand that. But I just want to make it clear that I'm not talking about constraints on the first amendment other than than essentially the purposes for which we spend tax dollars. And this goes way beyond. The state legislature should do simply on on a blanket level restrict funding for schools that are not behaving in a responsible way. Better basically, propagandizes students, exactly. People say who is the state legislature determined this state, legislatures the body we elected to determine this. That's who right away. And I'm surprised there haven't been more Republicans run. People who would who would support it, and I would support it. The schools are totally out of control, and I was graduate school ten years ago. And it was totally out of control and there needs to be some adult supervision. I totally agree. Okay. On on the callers about about the you know, NC Zionism and anti semitism. He right. That's exactly right. This this idea now that you basically get a pass on your anti semitism by saying it was just criticism of Israel. First of all Israel is a I mean, I lived there for a couple of years Israel's country where you know, about six or seven million Jews lived, and this idea that you can have this like airy academe discussion about that country, not exist. It's ludicrous. What are the country? We talk about like that. Oh, let's just debate. Whether that country should have just where people supposed to go exactly what's going to happen to them. So this is we had that discussion about oh about seventy five years ago. Did we right? Exactly, you didn't go so. Well, so it's it's totally ridiculous. And also on you know, so yeah, I think I think you're your call. I'm sorry. I forgot your name. He goes by doc. Okay. That was exactly right, right. And you saw in in the whole on Omar controversy an effort by her defenders to claim that her anti semitic remarks were merely criticism of Israel. And that's kind of become like the last readout of the anti Semites is when they actually get called out on it. They say, oh, we were just talking about Israel, and we're criticizing Israel. Don't try to shut up a debate about Israel by calling me at edgy semi. When of course, she was in no way talking about Israel. She was accusing Jews of do loyalty and things like that. Exactly. Let's not forget. Of course, the only actual source of of true civilization in the entire Middle East, essentially from Morocco westward to Pakistan, the only bastion of freedom. That exists is a state the size of New Jersey roughly at area and in population. You might put it in that context as well. So we don't remember for if you're a progressive view naturally a country. That's you know, prosper. And has the free market on me and must be bigoted. If you're seeing let's be the bad guys. At fault. Yes. Paul in east Lansing, Michigan. Hello, paul. Hello, jimbo. And what's on your mind tonight ball? You guys are getting right down into the muck. And the muddle of this is the this discussion tonight. I mean right now is I I heard you start Saint Paul, and then the guest continued explaining has here. I go out there one whatever just go ahead ball. You're you're on the air at your, Mike. What are you gonna what's on your mind tonight? What's on my mind is these three females that recently entered the United States conference, right Khalib Cortez, and Omar right? And yeah, they're the ones that have garnered the most press coverage, but there are others. Go ahead. Yes, they're taking up all the airspace. Right. Right. I just want to point out that the gift of this is if the early warning because. If the rest of us don't start actually south, and we don't know how to do. But we don't start standing after this. I mean, we can't put bumper sticker tires Aimar. We can you know? Home posters up. We and. Hold rallies against anything. Because. So this is the early warning sign. I think there's a lot of what frankly Paul said. Well, okay. The briefly that I want to get a response from our guest. Okay. Exactly. Five years from now if the world keeps spinning than it's fifty and then it's then five hundred exactly that's the whole point that I'm getting at here Noah at that is to say that if you if you want to look upon this as an assault on the first amendment to the constitution. Well, that's one way to look at it. But I look at it more or less. I think as an assault on the whole notion of. What is the correct? What is incorrect in our society? Yeah. That's totally. That's that's absolutely right. And I agree. I mean, there are these moments when it's important that you have to draw a line in the sand. And it's part of what we saw incredible. I thought about last week that everyone just expected that the leaders of the Democratic Party will draw that line in the sand. And then Pelosi and Chuck Schumer would stand up and say, I'm sorry, we understand you all have a lot of Twitter follower. You're getting a lot of media attention. But you do not run this party. We do and we're not going to allow this type of behavior to go unpunished, and they didn't say that. They they they turn to mush. They're totally frightened on the left wing of the party, which I don't think by the way is justifiable. There are probably no more than three dozen congressional districts in the country where their can prevail. Anyway, we're overdue for a break. And we're going to take.
"state house state senate" Discussed on WTVN
"New information about why the FAA Boeing and the airlines all along with the president decided to ground Boeing seven thirty-seven max jets here in the US the order, grounding, the max chance the FAA says it is based on new information from the wreckage in Ethiopia concerning the plane's configuration just after takeoff along with newly refined data from satellite based tracking of the aircraft's flight path the FAA. Now, see some similarities between the Ethiopian crash and the lion aircrash of Amax eight in Indonesia last October. It wants to look into the possibility of shared cause of the two crashes. ABC's Alec stone. The sister of the woman shot several times by now indicted, Columbus police chief are Columbus. Police vice officer Andrew Mitchell says her sister's death leaves her family in a fog that has lasted seven months, Bobby McCullough on with six ten WTVN, Joel Riley earlier never made sense to any other family. We never understood detective stars knock on my parents door. I told them what happened. We just didn't sound quite right from the very beginning. Who can hear gills entire interview with Bobby Michaela in the podcast format? Our iheartradio app tap podcasts than search Joel Riley. Dozens are facing charges at a massive college, admissions bribery, case education secretary, Betsy DeVos, says working with the department of Justice says the investigation into the alleged crimes unfold, we are still researching and looking into how the department might interface with this, obviously this is the department of Justice operation, but we are looking very closely at it. And we'll see if any of the regulations that we are responsible for had been broken nine coaches at elite schools around the country accused of accepting thousands of dollars in bribes from wealthy parents at the Ohio State house state Senate passes a Bill that would ban. Abortions wants a fetal heartbeat is detected. Former governor John Casey vetoed it last year. Current governor Mike dewine has said he would sign it. The vote today. Nineteen to thirteen now. Heads to the house power outage earlier today for two schools at grove port Madison elementary and middle school, south were without power or phone service. Power back on now, Facebook and Instagram users in the United States experiencing widespread, outages, Instagram and WhatsApp both had problems. Facebook went to Twitter to tell users. What's up? Mt. Carmel forty eight employees are now under review and the hospital system is appointed new leadership at Malcolm all west as the investigation into patient deaths continues there. Ten WTVN sports. Big ten men's basketball tournament starts tonight in Chicago. Just two first round games. Nebraska plays Rutgers at sex northwestern. Illinois, go around nine second round tomorrow. Buckeyes battle Indiana at twelve thirty Caleb west, and we'll be back in the starting lineup for OSU in the NFL. It's official Cleveland Browns wide receiver Odell Beckham junior Brown's GM. John Dorsey made the announcement about an hour ago in Berea Cleveland also picks up Pro Bowl pass rusher. Olivier Vernon from the giants lasted nationwide arena. The blue jackets beat the Bruins seven to four CJ back on home ice Friday versus Carolina then off to Boston on Saturday. More sports in twenty minutes. Eric researcher, NewsRadio six ten WTVN. Jared Allen, stay connected to Columbus on the hour at the half. And as news breaks marshal says we're expecting some sprinkles tonight, low of fifty one it is seventy and the river counties of Ohio right now. But in Columbus sixty three right now. And now a message from vistaprint. This is a cow the cow that made the milk that was made into the cheese that may Tober dairy farm into the talk of the craft fair. But she's only lasts so long the impression a small business like Tober.
"state house state senate" Discussed on WLAC
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"state house state senate" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"Fifty or above is is very difficult. But then if you look at the composition of the legislature, because we, we have such a large population, that means that we have a still pretty significant representation in legislature and until twenty eleven Democrats control the state house representatives and and Republicans didn't get a supermajority until twenty fifteen elections. But what also sort of sets part in contrast with with states like Alabama and Tennessee, is that you in the legislature and in local areas. You see a lot of white democrat who still able to win office. Many of them are doing so in districts to have more voting populations. But I think roughly are our composition of our democratic contests in the wedge slate is about two-thirds African American about for white, which is, you know much much more integrated caucus and integrative party. Then you see in Alabama where I believe they only have one point recently only had one white democrat. Alexa legislature. And so there's been some, you know, some underlying burglary and strength certainly on a local level for Democrats. But there is that hard ceiling on a statewide level that has been those for great Pitztal to the crack serious. What turn out might look like this year in Mississippi. So the state elections are on a different cycles. The state house state Senate governor are not up this year. I think they're up next year and there's no presidential election this year. I'm sort of wondering what you think that turnout might be like for the federal given that that's one of the few things that's going to be on the ballot. So there's, but there's two Senate every says, and then of course, all four congressional districts are up. Do you have any sense of what that might look like? I I, and and in talking to the people that that have expertise and politics state. I can't find anybody that chance to be with any certainty about it. It is a, you know, it's it's the bit overriding question that that we face this fall of because we really don't have any any prior samples on which to to model this year. As you mentioned, we we, we're voting on both of our US sets. Mississippi has had a tradition of re-electing, it's and it's incumbent senators over and over again. And so we have one that's just in the in the regular cycle, Senator rocker Wicker's running for his third term. But we also have a special election to fill the seat of fad Cochran who was first elected to the Senate in nineteen seventy eight and who who is an institution in the state. I mean, as you know, we're recording this interview on a day that you know we're seeing still a lot of tributes to John McCain and bipartisan tributes inside the state of Mississippi that that's sort of reverence that you get on both sides of the offer percent of their Cochran. So having his his. Name not on the ballot for for the first time in more than forty years. This is a shot and it means that it's very hard to predict exactly who's gonna turn out to vote in and and how they're gonna vote. See what, how the racer shipping up governor Bryant pointed Cindy Hyde Smith who had been our Commissioner of culture in the state to fill out the last two months of of Senator Cochran term for they can have a special election in November. And so she was running as the incumbent technically, and even though she has won two statewide elections for Commissioner of agriculture has been, they've always been pretty low wattage campaigns. And so her name ID is is not very strong. She'd have to be running to two people, one Republican and one democrat that are both much better known future for better or worse. So she she does have a challenge from they Senator McDaniel. They keep already within who actually ran against Senator. Cochran in a primary in twenty fourteen and and came came within an inch eating him. It's really, really quite a a political earthquake in the state McDaniel. I mean, he is. He is a guy who has brash who is extremely divisive and strident has waived the state flag which which is the federal flag in it his way stat, that boldly and proudly..
"state house state senate" Discussed on KGO 810
"Eight ten there are those on the right it's almost exclusively left right divide by the way this is why you hear conservative judge liberal judge not democrat republican it's actually conservative liberal in the sense of i will conservatively read how the law works and what congress did which by the way if that was the case we would still have what is what was called the lochner era with the numerator right of contract being allowed that you could sign away your right to do anything in that's not a constitutional right in congress never fixed it and required the supreme court to overrule that to become judicial activists as the right lakes to say well i wanna say that today the right wing are the judicial activists that the supreme court so they read it very narrowly and said hey the burden of proof is on the plane of sonate improved of it i'm so that's where the burden of proof is which is fine you have to do some of this is a prime officia what happened prime of face on its face when you move a district so now minority latino so all of a sudden the white majority in these districts that prime facial the burden of proof it's so nominal it's all have usa and now they're numbers are this therefore i mean wow unbelievable there was something evil in today's ruling though i now want to let you know that justice gorsuch okay let me start with this in my lifetime there's never been a worse supreme court justice the justice thomas you know that right i mean go ahead and debate me on it please anybody wants to debate me because justice clarence thomas is the worst of the worst of the worst i've never seen somebody who was a worse judge ever george h w bush made a massive mistake appointing this guy to the supreme court he doesn't right he doesn't ask questions he doesn't whatever he just defers he sits there he's quiet and then he writes something there so abjectly evil wrong and dumb which weirdly justice gorsuch joined in on this opinion today i'm not kidding you they legalized racial gerrymandering they legalized racial gerrymandering today neal gorsuch today joined clarence thomas in their concurrence that says this i am not exaggerating racial gerrymandering was legalized today by the supreme court of the united states of america thomas with whom gorsuch joins concurring i'm reading this from the opinion in aba the perez i hid here to my view that section two of the voting rights act of nineteen sixty five does not apply to redistricting does your said screw you people of color screw you racial minorities if your redneck racists state what's new a redneck racist thing and racially gerrymandered districts so you can't have representatives in your state house state senate congress etc it's allowed section two of the voting rights act let me read it to you no voting qualification or prerequisite to voting or standard practice or procedure shall be imposed or applied by any state or political subdivision to denier bridge the right of any citizen of the united states to vote on account of race or color.
"state house state senate" Discussed on KGO 810
"Yeah of course they should be able to say i don't want you walker brown people to have a representative congress how dare you so let's redraw the districts so you don't get a vote if we're gonna make sure that there's a white majority in each is dry just in a really weird crazy little way so you tinos now you can't have a representative in the state house state senate us congress etc oh we don't want that we you think i'm kidding right you think it's now nineteen twenty and and it's racist people who are you know that doesn't exist anymore that kind of racism doesn't exist anymore in our country wait the supreme court just said it's totally fine if you do that but what about the nineteen sixty five voting rights act i thought that that specifically address this idea of racing color shouldn't be something that bridges your right to have a representative represented or vote i mean isn't that what the voting rights act no there was a huge prem court decision this morning abbot v perez and what it was is in two thousand eleven the texas state legislature gerrymandered a ton of districts ten in particular were determined by the plaintiffs in this case to be gerrymandered on racial grounds latino or african americans were being separated and divided look at the city of austin they used to have one set of districts and they completely sliced them up to weaken the democrats but in the meantime they also did that affecting people of color so lawsuits are brought forth the texas legislature can have redid it a bit in two thousand thirteen and the lawsuits continued moving forward though the united states supreme court today said nine of the ten districts were fine there was one that was just so outright wrong i'm kind of giving you the crib notes here of course i can read you part of the decision i have the pdf up in front of me and i did scan it this morning especially the opinion which said they basically like yeah i know there there was this is good there is one district that was a problem that the state didn't prove its defense here but overall when you read the opinion this is the problem with the original list style of interpreting the law so there are those by the way love to hear your take on this one four one five eight hundred eighty.
"state house state senate" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"You and that really frustrated me and felt like a problem that had led to a whole bunch of other problems so i found a co founder and credible partner named ross morales repetto who've been doing campaign management for more than a decade and the two of us we decided we'd create and we're gonna that would solve this issue and help get young people into office nauseous voters not says on tears but as leaders so run for something started in twenty seventeen yeah we launched on inauguration day and what are your goals with run for something you're trying to get more younger people running for office do you have specific offices that you are hoping to really target is this sort of all over the map in terms of what kinds of offices they might be running for so run for something main goal is to recruit and support young people running for local office when it first time young people meaning people under the age of forty so we think about millennials jones e r candidates range in ages from eighteen to forty local office meeting state legislative and below so we weren't candidates running for state house state senate sc school boards city council library board american river flood control district village county commission judgeships basically anything woeckel where the the number voters and small and the impact huge and mean we were handed and so if your new politics your newly excited we try to help you get mc door we thought this would be really small and maybe we get one hundred people who wanna run and the first year we have more than sixteen thousand that's really exciting it's awesome what are the kinds of supports that you offer for them for the people who are running.
"state house state senate" Discussed on Political Party Live
"Enough. Even if you don't have all the requisite experiences or your resume is in a checklist of this in that trust trust in yourself at your smart enough to figure it out as you go along don't let. What used to be barriers whether they be placed on us by society or just insecurities. We have inside of ourselves prohibit us. Limit us. Hold us back from being the best versions of we want to be. And I love what Dietrich said, I'm not here. For me. I'm here to figure out the value. That's inside of me to give everybody else. That's I think that's super instructive and and powerful as well. Before I answer. I have to say to first off. Thank you for sharing that I'm now thirty years old and how. I know. I got an old soul, man. Senator Joe bocom is here, and I just want the entire world to know this. When I first got elected there was an incident where and unarmed African American was shot at point-blank range, and is now paralyzed he was shot by police officer, and is now paralyzed and I took a lot of flack for speaking out about that and trying to institute a lot of reforms in our community. And there was one one policymaker in the entire state house state Senate who reached out to me and asked me what I needed help with to change the law and gets and get the ball rolling on some reforms and after much discussion with a few brave Republicans we decided that we would try to start this year with a study Bill just to study the impact of having local county. Attorney's investigate police officers that they know when these police officers are being investigated for whether or not there was wrongdoing. There was one individual. And he is not my state Senator, obviously, he's a state Senator here in Johnson county, but he organized meetings for me, he drafted the study Bill, which was resoundingly voted down. I think last week didn't even make it out of committee as you all know Republicans control the state house in the state Senate. It never saw the life a day. But my God, man, I am I am so grateful for you and coming to my aid. And and just being who you are. Thank you for that. One piece of advice. I would give to my younger self would would likely echo simians comments. It would be to trust yourself people in this world are gonna ask you why aren't you run in for more local office? People are going to ask you, are you sure you can get this business off the ground. And if you believe in what you're trying to do then have that courage have that competence to see it through stay with it..
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