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Senate will formally debate whether to override Trump’s defense bill veto

Tony Katz and the Morning News

03:16 min | 1 year ago

Senate will formally debate whether to override Trump’s defense bill veto

"Lucky three w Y PC Mobile news on the level on the go A big boat, cloudy and 26 downtown. A clear radar on Kirk Darling, Here's what's trending at 6 30. The Senate doesn't have a lot of time left to get things done, especially when it comes to the National Defense Authorization Act will debate the defense bill today vote override the president's veto for that massive 7 40 billion. Our defense bill will take place tomorrow or Saturday. That means Congress me working on New Year's Day. This scramble to get the defense bill passed needed because Sunday the 116th Congress ends, which clears the books on all legislation. Fencepost past for 59 straight years recalled. The president refused to sign that defense bill because of his objections to section 2. 30 not being included swells his rejection of changing based names named after Confederate generals boxes. Lucas Tomlinson, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp is pushing back on President Trump's calls for him to resign. The president on Wednesday tweeted that camp should resign for refusing to quote admit That Trump won the election in November, and Georgia. Will Joe Biden, in fact, won the state camp on Wednesday called Trump's tweet a distraction and said he remains focused on doing the job. He swore he would do some people who believe America should adopt more socialist ideals. Well, not congresswoman elect victorious Sparks, who grew up and socialist Ukraine people. A lot of people are misguided and really being brainwashed Sparks in an interview on Fox News, she's gonna be replacing representative Susan Brooks in January. No one knows why. Dr Ulrich Lauper kept more than 2000 aborted fetuses on his property. Chris Davis reports on the end of the investigation for performed thousands of abortions in Indiana in South Bend, Gary in Fort Wayne Center 1979, but apparently collected those fetuses between the years 2000 and 2003 State Attorney General Curtis Hill says. Since he's dead. He can't be charged, and he believes that no one assisted him. That's the end of the matter. Chris Davis 93 WNBC Mobile news. Many believe garlic can scare away vampires or can or cannot burger be just as powerful? Well, Burger King is trying to cash in on that claim there now out with a new whopper that may get rid of evil. They say they have spicy garlic flakes in the new Oper and special spicy sauce. But don't go looking forward on any time soon. When it comes to menus in America, it's only available in Japan. I'm Kirk darling on the level on the going on Twitter and 93 w Y, D. C and W. B C calm. Most people are coming in because they have a problem and they have all kinds of hopes and aspirations and things they want to do, and they're finally walking into the good feet store. I'm ready to dive in there and help them find the solution to the problem. You're listening to Beth, the North's support specialist at the Good Feed store. So this woman walks in She's literally got tears coming out of her eyes. I'm going to turkey. I'm going to be walking and walking and walking. I've wanted to go there my entire life. I can't walk and I don't know what to do. So help me and I helped her for over 20 years We've been helping people live the life they love without letting their feet get in the way she called me and told me what a wonderful time she had on her trip was virtually pain free that I had literally saved her life. I'm gonna cry. You just can't replace it.

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"susan brooks" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"susan brooks" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Come seeking care for other ailments without Having family members there and it's it's xylem only place for patients Right now, I can say that Dr Gabriel Bus lit without you. Hell tells which TV He's one of many doctors, nurses, respiratory therapists and other health care workers that have signed on to an open letter to you asking you to do a few things where a mask, avoid large gatherings and get the Corona virus vaccine Once it's available, A federal judge is denying a request to hold the upcoming execution of an inmate on death row. Brandon Bernard, a 40 year old from Texas, is Guilty of shooting a man in the head and knocking a woman unconscious before burning her alive in a car in 1999. He'll be exact executed tomorrow at the federal pen and terror host voting on the coronavirus relief bill, maybe one of the last actions of Congresswoman Susan Brooks, giving her final speech on the House floor. I know we must do better in the future when the next novel virus or biological Unforeseen event occurs, Americans will expect more from this institution. She spent the last eight years in Congress pushing for Republicans and Democrats to work together. It happens almost every year, Someone drops a gold coin in a Salvation Army Red kettle, and it happened this week in Evansville, Salvation Army commanders there say someone dropped a one ounce crew Grint, which is a South African solid gold coin in one of their kettles, worth roughly $1900 what inspectors found when they went through a semi truck Monday. May giving updated meaning to an old song. Take a whip on me, Chris Davis explains.

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"susan brooks" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"susan brooks" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"But it seems like there's a lot of misunderstanding about what the city guidelines were. But you know if you try to tell with everything that's been constructed on here, it's definitely a more residential area now who's they tried to get the attention of anyone inside the building, and no one came to the door in times like these when restaurants and bars are closing their doors at in the alarming rate. Goat has been able to survive the pandemic. But it is taking a hit being forced to close at two in the afternoon, and I would just hope that you know local state federal governments can have about businesses. That kind of can't weather this storm. Um, well, because people can't come in and spend their money. So I think you know the government's kind of got to step up and help businesses out so that they don't go under and what may be key in getting those hopes, dreams and plans back on track. Most importantly, we need to pass a coronavirus relief package. I've been hearing for months from Hoosiers about the importance of getting this done. Senator Todd Young says he believes Congress will be able to pass a relief bill that has money for people and businesses. The most likely candidate is one that will cost just under a trillion dollars expensive and in it. Efficient but doable, Say some lawmakers. It may be one of the last actions of Congresswoman Susan Brooks if they could get it past giving her final speech on the House floor. I know we must do better in the future. When the next novel virus or biological unforeseen event occurs, Americans will expect more from this institution. New Paid holidays were Indianapolis shitting employees Indigenous Peoples Day rather than Columbus Day and Juneteenth on June 19th. The city says that reflects their values of diversity and inclusivity. The Indiana University football team has stopped all team related activities for the time being, The reason an increase of Corona virus within the program. I'm John Herrick. The team did not practice Tuesday morning, All players in Tier one coaches and staff were tested. The produce football team also decided not to practice Tuesday. They are evaluating Corona virus test results Are you and Purdue were supposed to play each other Saturday and the old Oaken bucket game? Sean Herrick, 93 Wi VC Mobile news..

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"susan brooks" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"susan brooks" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"That was a close one that her and Christina Hale. That's a very important race for the Republicans. It helps them to they have. Also, they didn't capture majority in the U. S House of representatives, but they have cut into the lead fairly significantly for the Democrats between seats. 7 to 13 is the estimate that I heard So I'm gonna just say something around 10. Maybe, but that's it. And that's not a pickup for the Republicans there because Susan Brooks is a Republican, but that's AKI Hold for the Republicans, and that's not just a keyhole Republicans. Christina Hale is a very, very formidable Indiana Democratic candidate and Soto beat her means that you must have run a very, very good campaign. And we're touching on one of the reasons why ultimately I think that Donald Trump has Legitimately lost the election and why the results clearly show a repudiation on some of the behaviour that we all saw on display during the administration because it can't be possibly be a rigged corrupt election in which Mitch McConnell retains his see. Republicans likely retain control of the Senate, even by a close majority. Damn. Republicans make gains in the house and retain their governorship. So people voted for the Republican senators. They voted for the Republican House members. They voted for their Republican governors. But they either didn't vote or cross ballots on did not support Donald Trump. And that is ultimately on no one else. But Donald Trump. That's a That's a great point and something to support that, too. It's looking like Republicans in general are going to hold state legislatures, which is key for the census. You're coming up now. You're in the redrawing of district lines for the U. S house, And in fact, I believe there was only one state house that flipped. And it was New Hampshire flip from the Democrats, the Republicans, and so that's a great point. What you're saying, you know, it's a muddied election. And to call it a big fraud probably not know more than the 2016 election. And I refuse to lower myself into a reduction of the Democratic argument that Russia collusion stole the election from Hillary Clinton and no, no Donald Trump legitimately lost. It's disappointing. I voted for him, You know, full disclosure..

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"susan brooks" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"susan brooks" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"We're not New York and you didn't take the bus every day that the subway everyday your desire is not one based on reality as the city county council continues to be wrong and businesses continue to be effective never mind whether or not the redline actually is up to snuff on safety considerations which is what a lot of people making claim about that a lot of what was supposed to be looked at check double check never did never was that stuff was brush to the side things that Andre Carson and and Susan Brooks could have done something about it could still be something about and whether or not they actually looked into it are they part of this ideological fantasy that somehow people want to be told where they can start and where they can stop their transportation I've made the argument that we should take a look at tax credits for people utilize uber and lift we shouldn't be anti Gator Connie we should be pro giga Connie we should be looking at a at actual common sense people want to get from where they are to where they're going well how we help them do that how do we spur that to allow people more mobility because for some people who are mobility issues it's difficult to get to the bus station that you built for them wherever it is you decided it was to build it so let's not do that let's not build any more bus stations let's give people the opportunity to use the dollars are gonna spend anywhere on the bus to use private transportation he is the private sector to get from their point day their homes white be exactly where they're going let's give a tax credit to do so now maybe there's a reason as to why you can't do this I'm all ears I want to get into the why nots listen I don't like taxes I wanna get rid of the mall I don't believe in any income taxes whatsoever I sure as hell don't believe in property taxes but I deal with the world the way it is so I got to get their bit by bit piece by piece and drop by drop so Michael Bloomberg instead of your nonsense green initiative trash how bout we'll solutions that might actually help people how about tax credits for the utilization of services like uber and lift when that's helping those people have jobs is it giving everybody what they want if I'm wrong someone give me another reason why Twitter Tony cats five microphones no waiting city county council tell me what the problem is with my idea impeachment continues to roll down the line what was said what do they think it AutoZone we've got more ways for you to get what you need to start the job on your time and get it done in no time with.

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"susan brooks" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"susan brooks" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Nay in these have it big are Kwesi eyes in Georgia thank you mystic I request the eyes and ice yeah his name is ordered all those in favor of them please rise obviously a sufficient number having arisen the vote will be taken by electronic device the Asian nation order the Democrats voted to keep those words in the record she'd been ruled out of order and they said so what they then voted to give her back her ability to speak on the floor because when your words are taken down or at least the attempt is made you no longer have that right so they give her back her speaking privileges and then there was the vote and they voted to pass this resolution against the president for Republicans and one Democrat one independent just Danish joined in all politics are local someone will heard Republican from Texas votes to condemn the president in this way I am not too freaked out well heard is a black Republican in Texas he may knows his district he might realize or feel he has to do this Susan Brooks actually my representative in Indiana voted in favor of the resolution now Susan Brooks is free to do so I than she did so because she's not running for reelection I find it much more objectionable than she voted for the equality act which is in no way about equality I have a like Susan Brooks on a personal level I met a few times I've always thought she's just lovely and communicative and and and all those kinds of things I think that I have series policy disagreements with her about what a conservatism is and and where the opportunities are certainly I would never have voted for the equality act and I said out loud Zack is primary worthy the equality act is not about a quality the quality actors about silencing people with with whom you disagree and I don't believe silence people on any subject but this is how it went down this is how you got to the resolution this is how it got past the question is what does any of it mean how does it affect the rest of us I'll get into that a little bit I'm Tony.

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Nancy Pelosi, President And Susan Brooks discussed on Chicks On the Right

Chicks On the Right

00:27 sec | 3 years ago

Nancy Pelosi, President And Susan Brooks discussed on Chicks On the Right

"The U. S. house has condemned tweets from president trump in which he tells for Democrat Congress women to go back to their own countries during the debate last night house speaker Nancy Pelosi was called out of order for calling the tweets racist on the house floor now that's against house rules on impugning the president when all was said and done though the house voted to forty to one eighty seven in favor of the resolution Indiana Susan Brooks was one of only four Republicans to support

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"susan brooks" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:51 min | 3 years ago

"susan brooks" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Experience in central Indiana. He's the man for all seasons. Visit Chapman heating dot com. I'm Kevin Henry with traffic on the fives. Follow us on Twitter at WABC traffic. Keep an eye on that rain. That might be here this afternoon for us right now. It is seventy degrees in the American standard. Cooling weather center. The time is six sixteen. Susan Brooks is not running for reelection. And you literally could have not over the entirety of the Republican party. What with a feather Tony cats, ninety three WIBC? Sure they may have been someone out there, who knew. But nobody absolutely positively nobody. Expected it at all. Susan Brooks fifth district. Of Indiana not running for reelection me. Tony cats ninety three WIBC created an unbelievable opening Democrats actually thought that this was a district that is winnable. That is flippable. I think the Dietrich will see or one of the others said, hey, we can we can go after this, while Susan Brooks, certainly won reelection in twenty eighteen it was by her. Smallest margin that doesn't mean that the that the district is quote unquote, flippable, it might have been that Susan Brooks. And her style might have been beatable though. There are two different things. They're both could apply only one could apply. I think it takes a little bit of investigation, but they had targeted this now they see this as opportunity, they're going to wish she had done this before twenty eighteen twenty twenty presidential election, gubernatorial election, you're going to have turn out all over the place. It's going to play very, very well. For the Republicans, unless p Buddha judges the nominee, then you better believe that's a dogfight and anytime you don't have the income, then it's of course, a dogfight, of course, it's going to be tougher now as for who could be replacing. Susan brooks. I will tell you. I, I, I heard the news on Friday made a text and started asking okay who, who do we think is on there? And I've got a shortlist, and I said, then the other day got a bit of a longer list. I said, okay. I see a name some people see two names, very possible. I have absolutely no idea. What's going to come? What I do think is going to happen. Is that if you live in the fifth district, right? So we're, we're talking about parts of Indianapolis. We're talking about Hamilton county, Carmel and heading north. If you live in those places you're about to see so much political advertising. Your head is going to explode. Because anybody who is anybody anywhere at anytime, whoever thought once about maybe just maybe they could be a member of congress. They're running their your mother is going to run for congress in the fifth district. It's going to be out of control. Everyone's finally my shot. So now you gotta ask yourself how many of them are willing to say the following words Donald Trump is perfect, and I love him. I wish I could be the inside spoon. How many how many are going to go down that road? I didn't say that was the winner among only ask a question as to how many of them are going to go down that road. I have a I have a very you know, this is my district. I'm paying very close. Attention, by the way, you've got parts of Marion county. You've got the whole of, of Hamilton county in there. You're up through Tipton over to Madison. I think part part of Hancock county in there, too. And then grant county as well. So you're, you're above and to the east of Muncie in that regard. It's, it's a very interesting mix of people is a tremendous amount of, of opportunity. And everybody's going to run. Ever, you're going to hear ads if you live in the fifth, you, you there's no way to properly describe it. Let me just, you know, make sure you understand what I'm saying. Okay. It's happening. The procedure so.

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"susan brooks" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"susan brooks" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Etchison, but I do re things in the newspapers arguing that women today in Indiana politics, are sort of given token positions as Lieutenant governor, but we've never had a woman governor in Indiana. Don't know, I've never had a woman, Senator. So I have read complaints that women still haven't kind of broken through glass ceiling of Indiana politics advice for women who might want to get involved. Representative Susan Brooks, most women quite frankly are often after run for office. They don't think that themselves. I'm actually guilty of that. Myself, though. I hope that, that women consider raising their hands and consider putting themselves out there and considering getting on the ballot without being asked secretary of state Connie Lawson being in elected official, not a nine to five job. And so sometimes women are reluctant because they're the caregivers, but it can be done. The Packer by is worth it. Commissioner of higher education, Theresa lovers by one of two things, and hopefully one issue policy that you really care about, and that you think you can make a difference in if you're involved in the public sector and someone who inspires you to do that in the best possible way. Karen Freeman Wilson, very small percentage of elected officials are women, and we certainly want to be more of engaged in public and will America have a female president soon. I do think we will have a woman president, certainly, you know within the. Next ten to fifteen years..

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"susan brooks" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"susan brooks" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"I'm Kerry Lockie. And here are some of the stories we're following house. Republicans are asking Democrats to be sensible when it comes to border security after meeting with President Trump, Illinois Republican Rodney Davis is he was set. Congressional Democrats did not show up to what should have been bipartisan lunch congresswoman, Susan Brooks of Indiana's Democrats need to counter with a rational offer. The President Trump has invited more democratic members to the White House tomorrow to attempt once again, the negotiate a deal to end the partial government shutdown. Brexit is in trouble. British Prime Minister Theresa May's deal on the terms of Britain's separation from the EU has gone down in flames and the British parliament's was defeated by a vote of four hundred thirty two two hundred two and they said leaves plenty of questions about whether the government is willing to deliver on the two thousand sixteen vote to start the Brexit process, and the UK is due to leave the EU on the evening of March twenty ninth White House plans to add a citizenship question to the two thousand twenty cents. Is being blocked by New York federal court, the decision by the New York court victory for civil rights groups who argued the addition of the question into the survey would disenfranchise minority groups breaking news on the hour at the half and anytime at W O A I dot com brought to you by Primo plumbing. Now, traffic and weather together from the amazing exterior siding windows doors in more traffic center. Several major construction projects this evening an overnight. I Tim westbound at Colorado streets lane restrictions as well. As to north at sixteen. Oh, four all main lanes closed there and crews working on the northeast side. I thirty five north at Thousand Oaks with only the right lane open and a significant back-up towards Eisenhower. Unlike Brooks, NewsRadio twelve hundred w away. I this report is brought to you by unbound right now. There are young people across the world facing a tough choice continue their dream of education or drop out to help their family put food on the table. You can help change their future in a single moment. See how far your support can go at unbound dot org from the.

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"susan brooks" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"susan brooks" Discussed on AP News

"AP radio news. I'm Tim, Maguire rank and file house. Democrats wanted no part of having lunch and discussing the partial government shutdown with President Trump at the White House, New York, congressman hacking Jeffries asks Trump really wanted a dialogue or to create a photo op so he can project a false sense of bipartisanship, Indiana, congresswoman, Susan Brooks and other Republicans did attend was about coming to the table and having a discussion, and that's what we're asking them to do the partial shutdown now in its fourth week with neither President Trump nor congressional democratic leaders budging over his demands for funding for border wall. Both the house and Senate of cancelled a recess for next week. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell, we startling. I'll be in recess next week. If the government is still shut down President Trump's nominee for attorney general of searches independence during a Senate Judiciary committee hearing saga megani with Moore throughout his sin. Senate confirmation hearing William bar said things much different from the president's own views from the twenty sixteen election. I believe the Russians interfered or attempted to interfere to saying Jeff Sessions was right to recuse himself from special counsel Bob Muller's Russia probe bar repeatedly praised Muller saying his good friend of thirty years. He's not running a witch hunt. While Democrats say they're worried about bars past criticism of the Muller investigation. And that he'll be Trump loyalist bar said he will not permit interference with the parole band will be his own man. I will not be bullied into doing anything. I think is wrong. Saga megani? Washington. A stunning defeat for Theresa May's government as the British parliament votes against her latest. Brexit plan is in the right to to the nose to the left. Four hundred thirty two Britain is due to leave the European Union and ten weeks and O'Connor vote will be held tomorrow. This is AP radio. News police in Kenya. Said gunmen attacked an upscale hotel complex today. Nairobi killing at least fifteen..

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"susan brooks" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"susan brooks" Discussed on AP News

"Shutdown with President Trump at the White House, New York congressman hacking Jeffries asks if Trump really wanted a dialogue to create a photo op so he can project a false sense of bipartisanship, Indiana, congresswoman, Susan Brooks and other Republicans did attend about coming to the table and having a discussion, and that's what we're asking them to do the partial shutdown now in its fourth week with neither President Trump nor congressional democratic leaders budging over his demands for funding for a border wall. Both the house and Senate of cancelled a recess for next week. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell, we startling will not be in recess next week. If the government is still shut down President Trump's nominee for attorney general of searches independence, during a Senate Judiciary committee hearing saga megani with Moore throughout his Senate confirmation hearing William bar said. Do things much different from the president's own views from the 2016 election. I believe the Russians interfered or attempted to interfere to saying Jeff Sessions was right to recuse himself from special counsel Bob Muller's Russia probe bar repeatedly praised Muller saying his good friend of thirty years is not running a witch hunt. While Democrats say they're worried about bars past criticism of the mother investigation, and that he'll be Trump loyalist bar said he will not permit interference with the parole band will be his own man. I will not be bullied into doing anything. I think is wrong. Saga megani? Washington. A stunning defeat for Theresa May's government as the British parliament votes against her latest. Brexit plan is in the right to to the nose to the left four hundred and thirty two Britain is due to leave the European Union and ten weeks. No confidence vote will be held tomorrow. This is AP radio news. Police in Kenya. Said gunmen attacked an upscale hotel complex today in Nairobi killing at least fifteen..

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"susan brooks" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"susan brooks" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Refuses to meet with John Bolton saying Bolton has made a serious mistake. And whoever things like this has also made a mistake. It's not possible for us to make compromises on this point. Okay. Change. How things happen in Syria. By the way, I'm fine with the withdraw from Syria. I am not fine with leaving the Kurds high and dry, but I can't tell you who I'm supposed to back in Syria. I supposed to back the rebels. I don't I don't know what their favorite back Bouchara Assad. No. Oh, gosh. No. No. No, no. Oh, no not happening whatsoever. I'm fine with not being there. The kurds. However, we'll have a problem. They have been friends, and we should continue to be friends with them. But a lot of people talking about Florida, and how they now allow felons who are not, you know, rapist or murderer to be able to register to vote and people are bothered by this all you laying felons vote. You're gonna give the election farther to the Democrats. I don't know that for sure, but shouldn't people of of of low level crimes if you will be able to get their rights back, Tim. I appreciate the call. Am am I off base here? No, I spent five years in prison, which I deserved every minute of it in Florida. And okay. So I got out I transferred everything back up here. Indiana Orient House villains about as long you finish your time minute your probation and do everything right? You can go back up and registered to vote. So Indiana Oreo allows it forte. They have the problem that they just franchise so many people and done it for so many years. They may have a problem in the next election. But after that, I don't see him keep going. That's interesting. Will they continue to vote will be they'd be voters in the future. They vote once. And then forget about lots of people do that. I just don't know where where the win is in saying you've committed a crime. I mean, maybe it's question of the crime. And so you don't get the vote again. I'm not sure where that win is. I I'm up for the conversation, though, that much is for sure congressman Susan Brooks is up next where are we on the border wall? And where we see an end to the shutdown. What's in store? This holiday at your local Staples gifts and packages shipped with care. So you can relax and knowing they'll soon be there. Now at Staples..

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"susan brooks" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:09 min | 3 years ago

"susan brooks" Discussed on KTOK

"More on the shutdown now from Indiana, Republican congresswoman Susan Brooks as we entered day eighteen Susan your take at this point. I'm certainly hopeful that the negotiations that we have that went on this past weekend between vice president Pence and a number of crop. Congressional aides are going to prove fruitful I want government to certainly reopen. However, the crisis at the border is what this fight is about. And I do believe we do have an unprecedented crisis happening at the border. It's my understanding that custom border protection and d h s have said that over sixty thousand people have come to the border in the last three months. Many of which are coming across the illegally. And these numbers are just something. We haven't seen in. Unfortunately, what's different about. This is this this past year forty percent of all of those coming to the border. What are referred to family units or unaccompanied children? And you think about the massive number of unaccompanied children being brought by smugglers, but then being released at the border near the border. This is a huge problem for our country. And so something that we do need to resolve to cackle, and it's certainly part of this funding. Huge part of it. So the president wants five billion the Senate approved one point six how come someone doesn't say. You know, what halfway is three point three sign here. Let's call it a day. Happy new year. I'm not sure that we that those kind of discussions haven't been taking place, and you know, I'm hopeful that with the justifications like I said that the Democrats have recently asked for that. They are getting a far better understanding of what's happening at the border. And that we are somewhere. I think the president's number was at five point six billion to one point three we are somewhere toward getting more border security, which includes technology people, and and barriers but the flexibility to allow the administration to figure out where all of this things should be deployed. We need a combination of all of those speaking with Indiana, Republican congresswoman Susan Brooks. We're talking about the partial government shutdown President Trump throwing out that possibly he would declare a national emergency to grab the funding you support that. Well, I certainly would take a look at it. It would be incredibly unfortunate. If we could not find a way forward on this funding package at if we could not get a package put together. But I do think what is happening particularly with the thousands upon thousands of unaccompanied children presenting at the border. This is a crisis. Like, we not seen. We've had children coming to our borders in pretty large numbers since about two thousand fourteen but those numbers I believe have even gotten higher in the number of family units. The number of people coming with children and making that very dangerous trek come forward. So I do think that this is a much greater crisis than we've seen in the past order. And so if the president deems that a national emergency, I guess, I would support that. What about the idea that this is really just kind of treating the symptom? Right. Not the overall cause of I guess much needed immigration reform. Well. And I would even love and would support seeing some resolution to some of the other problems at a meeting that I participated in with the president I made a recommendation that we put DACA on the table, and that we begin chipping away at some of these really significant issues facing our country's very broken immigration system. We have to order security, but I think we can find a path forward or for the DACA young people. I think we know we have workforce shortages in this country. But we've got to find a legal way to do this. And we have to find, you know, legal path forward for people to come into this country, the legal way, you think this shutdown could go two weeks more. I certainly hope not weeks more. I think this next week. Is going to be very critical and. I'm hopeful that in this next week we return to DC on Tuesday. Yeah. I'm certainly hopeful. At those discussions continue in that. Everyone is really negotiating. And trying to get a resolution which yes may involve a compromise. And I would ask everybody to consider it that the I think the American people want the American people want us to come together and find solutions, but they very much want order security, but they also want us to open the government and the where we're going to do that is probably through some compromise that it has to involve some border security funding, flexible border security funding that will include some barrier funding along our southern border. Susan Susan Brooks Republican congresswoman from Indiana quick programming note here in the podcast today. Trump's address the shutdown clemson's dominance.

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"susan brooks" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

05:10 min | 3 years ago

"susan brooks" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"More on the shutdown now from Indiana, Republican congresswoman Susan Brooks as we entered day eighteen Susan your take at this point. Certainly hopeful that the negotiations that went on this past weekend between vice president Pence and a number of pop. Congressional aides are going to prove fruitful I want government to certainly reopen. However, the crisis at the border is what this fight is about. And I do believe we do have an unprecedented crisis happening at the border. It's my understanding that custom border protection and DHS have said that over sixty thousand people have come to the border in the last three months. Many of which are coming across illegally. And these numbers are just something. We haven't seen in. Unfortunately, what's different about. This is this this past year forty percent of all of those coming to the border or what are referred to family units or unaccompanied children. And you think about the massive number of unaccompanied children being got by smugglers, but then being released at the border near the border. This is a huge problem for our country. And so something that we do need to resolve to tackle. And it's certainly part of this funding fight huge part of it. So the president wants five billion the Senate approved one point six how come it doesn't say? You know, what halfway is three point three signed here. Let's call it a day happy new year. Well, you know, I'm not sure that we those kind of discussions haven't been taking place. And you know, I'm hopeful that with the justification like I said that the Democrats have recently asked for that. They are getting. Far better understanding of what's happening at the border. And that we are somewhere. I think the president's number was at five point six billion to one point three we are somewhere toward getting more border security, which includes technology people, and and barriers but the flexibility to allow the administration to figure out where all of those things should be deployed. We need a combination of all of those speaking with Indiana, Republican congresswoman Susan Brooks. We're talking about the partial government shutdown President Trump throwing out that possibly he would declare national -mergency to grab the funding you support that. Well, I certainly would take a look at it. It would be incredibly unfortunate. If we could not find a way forward on this funding package that we could not get a package put together. But I do think what is happening particularly with the thousands upon thousands of unaccompanied children presenting at the border. This is a crisis like we've not seen. We've had children coming to our borders in pretty large numbers since about twenty fourteen. But those numbers I believe are have even gotten higher in the number of family units. The number of people coming with children and making that very dangerous trek has come forward. So I do think that this is a much greater crisis than we've seen in the past order. And so if the president deems that a national emergency, I guess, I would support that. What about the idea that this is really just kind of treating the symptom? Right. Not the overall cause of I guess much needed immigration reform. Well. And I would even love and would support seeing some resolution to some of the other problems. Yeah. The meeting that painted in with the president I made a recommendation that we put DACA on the table, and that we begin chipping away at some of these really significant issues facing our country's very broken immigration system. We have to border security, but I think we can find a path forward or I'm the DACA young people. I think we know we have workforce shortages in this country. But we've got find a week way to do this. And we have to find, you know, legal path forward for people to come into this country, the legal way, you think this shutdown could go two weeks more. I certainly hope not weeks more. I think this next week is going to be very critical. And you know, I'm hopeful that in this next week we return to DC on Tuesday. And I'm certainly hopeful that those discussions continue and that everyone is really negotiating. And trying to get a resolution which yes may involve a compromise. And I would ask everybody to consider the I think the American people one of the American people want us to come together and find solutions, but they very much want border security, but they also want to open the government and the where we're going to do that is probably through some compromise that it has to involve some border security funding, flexible border security funding that will include some barrier funding along our southern border. Susan Susan Brooks Republican congresswoman from Indiana quick programming note here in the podcast today. Trump's address the shutdown clemson's dominance and the.

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"susan brooks" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:11 min | 3 years ago

"susan brooks" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"More on the shutdown now from Indiana, Republican congresswoman Susan Brooks as we entered day eighteen Susan your take at this point, certainly hopeful that the negotiations that we have that went on this past weekend between vice president Pence and a number of top. Congressional aides are going to prove fruitful I want government to certainly reopen. However, the crisis at the border is what this fight is about. And I do believe we do have an unprecedented crisis happening at the border. It's my understanding that custom border protection and D H S have said that over sixty thousand people have come to the border in the last three months. Many of which are cutting across illegally in these numbers are just something we haven't seen. Unfortunately, what's different about. This is this this past year forty percent of all of those coming to the border or what are referred to as family units or unaccompanied children. And if you think about the massive number of unaccompanied children being brought by smugglers, but then being released at the border near the border. This is a huge problem for our country. And so something that we do need to resolve to tackle. And it's certainly part of this funding fight huge part of it. So the president wants five billion the Senate approved one point six how come someone doesn't say. You know, what halfway is three point three sign here. Let's call it a day. Happy new year. I'm not sure that we that those kind of discussions haven't been taking place, and you know, I'm hopeful that with the justifications like I said that the Democrats have recently asked for that. They are getting. Far better understanding of what's happening at the border. And that we are somewhere. I think the president's number was at five point six billion to one point three that we are somewhere toward getting more border security, which includes technology people, and and barriers but the flexibility to allow the administration to figure out where all of those things should be deployed. We need a combination of all of those speaking with Indiana, Republican congresswoman Susan Brooks. We're talking about the partial government shutdown President Trump throwing out that possibly he would declare a national -mergency to grab the funding you support that. Well, I certainly would take a look at it. It would be incredibly unfortunate. If we could not find a way forward on this funding package at if we could not get a package put together. But I do think what is happening particularly with the thousands upon thousands of unaccompanied children presenting at the border. This is a crisis. Like, we've not seen. We've had children coming to our borders in pretty large numbers since about twenty fourteen. But those numbers I believe or have even gotten higher in the number of family units. The number of people coming with children and making that very dangerous trek has come forward. So I do think that this is a much greater crisis than we've seen in the past that the order, and so if the president deems that a national emergency, I guess, I would support that. What about the idea that this is really just kind of treating the symptom? Right. Not the overall 'cause of I guess much needed immigration reform. Well. And I would even love and would support seeing some resolution to some of the other problems the beating participated in with the president I made a recommendation that we put DACA on the table, and that we begin chipping away at some of these really significant issues facing our country's very broken immigration system. We have to order security, but I think we couldn't find a path forward or the DACA young people. I I think we know we have workforce shortages in this country. But we've got to find a week away to do this. And we have to find, you know, legal path forward for people to come into this country, the legal way, you think this shutdown could go two weeks more. I certainly hope not weeks more. I think this next week. Is going to be very critical and. I'm hopeful that in this next week we return to DC on Tuesday. And I'm certainly hopeful that those discussions continue and that everyone is really negotiating fiercely and trying to get a resolution it which yes may involve a compromise. And I would ask everybody to consider that the I think the American people want the American people want us to come together and find solutions, but they very much want order security, but they also want us to open the government and the where we're going to do that is probably through some compromise. But it has to involve some border security fundings, flexible border security funding that will include some barrier funding along our southern border. Susan Susan Brooks Republican congresswoman from Indiana quick programming note here in the podcast today. Trump's address the shutdown clemson's dominance and the chick fillet employee.

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"susan brooks" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

05:12 min | 3 years ago

"susan brooks" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Border. More on the shutdown now from Indiana, Republican congresswoman Susan Brooks as we entered day eighteen Susan your take at this point. Certainly hopeful that the negotiations that went on this past weekend between vice president Pence and a number of crop. Congressional aides are going to prove fruitful I want government to certainly reopen. However, the crisis at the border is what this fight is about. And I do believe we do have an unprecedented crisis happening at the border. It's my understanding that custom border protection and d h s have said that over sixty thousand people have come to the border in the last three months. Many of which are coming across the legally in these numbers are just something. We haven't seen in. Unfortunately, what's different about. This is this this past year forty percent of all of those coming to the border or what are referred to family units or unaccompanied children. And you think about the? The massive number of unaccompanied children bingo by smugglers, but then being released at the border near the border. This is a huge problem for our country. And so something that we do need to resolve me to cackle. And it's certainly part of you know, this funding fight huge part of it. So the president wants five billion the Senate approved one point six how come someone doesn't say. You know, what halfway is three point three sign here. Let's call it a day happy new year. Well, you know, I'm not sure that we those kind of discussions haven't been taking place. And you know, I'm hopeful that with the justifications like I said that the Democrats have recently asked for that. They are getting a far better understanding of what's happening at the border. And that we are somewhere. I think the president's number was at five point six billion to one point three that we are somewhere toward I'm getting more border security, which includes technology people, and and barriers but the flexibility to allow the administration to figure out where all of this thing. Should be deployed. We need a combination of all of those speaking with Indiana, Republican congresswoman Susan Brooks. We're talking about the partial government shutdown President Trump throwing out that possibly he would declare a national emergency to grab the funding. You support that? Well, I certainly would take a look at it. It would be incredibly unfortunate. If we could not find a way forward on this funding package, we could not get a package put together. But I do think what is happening particularly with the thousands upon thousands of unaccompanied children presenting at the border. This is a crisis like we've not seen. We've had children coming to our borders in pretty large numbers since about twenty fourteen. But those numbers I believe or have even gotten higher in the number of family units. The number of people coming with children and making that very dangerous trek come forward. So I do think that this is a much greater crisis than we've seen in the past the order, and so if the president deems that a national emergency, I guess, I would support that. What about the idea that this is really just kind of treating the symptom? Right. Not the overall 'cause of I guess much needed immigration reform well with. And I would even love and would support seeing some resolution to some of the other problems the meeting with the president I made a recommendation that we put DACA on the table, and that we begin chipping away at some of these really significant issues facing our country's very broken immigration system. We have to border security, but I think we can find a path forward or I'm the DACA young people. I think we know we have workforce shortages Neath in this country. But we've got to find a week away to do this. And we have to find, you know, legal path forward for people to come into this country, the legal way, you think this could go two weeks more. I certainly hope not weeks more. I think this next week. Is going to be very critical. And you know, I'm hopeful that in this next week we return to DC on Tuesday. And I'm certainly hopeful that those discussions continue and that everyone is really negotiating. Pearsley and trying to get a resolution which yes may involve a compromise. And I would ask everybody consider the I think the American people want the American people want us to come together and find solutions, but they very much want order security, but they also want us to open the government, and the where we're going to do that is probably through some compromise that it has to involve some security funding, flexible border security funding that will include some barrier funding along our southern border. Let me Susan Susan Brooks Republican congresswoman from Indiana quick programming note here in the podcast today. Trump's address the shutdown clemson's dominance and.

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"susan brooks" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"susan brooks" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Thought that was a good example of how are women. Work across the aisle together in congress. But they also plenty of examples of how they work together on issues. Want wanna women I interview with the Republican co-chair women's caucus? No, ask congress. You talked about working across Republican women Susan Brooks in Indiana, and she gave example of working with the California Democrat to try to make sure the nation's ready to respond to bio tax or does he that breaks working with a democrat from Florida about the legislation the pass last congress to protect young, Alex and sexual abuse. And then another good example of how they work together is Davis, California has led for a number of years. A bipartisan group of women to visit the troops in Afghanistan for mother's day. And that's a an event that particular female angle to it. But just the act of of Jimmy net. Lease the building a relationship on trip. Like this that relationships that can help you work on legislation throughout the rest of the year. We're speaking with Maureen groppy Washington correspondent at USA today. She shouldn't a piece entitled here's white Republican women in the house could punch above their weight. It's a piece about women working together in congress. Reaching across the aisle. Essentially is there less ego involved when it comes to women versus men. Well, that's what the women say. So in this survey of women that was done by the center for women in politics at Rutgers when they interviewed women. Hundred fourteen congress, a majority of them said that they think that there is the women in in congress are more less focused on getting credit for things on the ego trappings of the job and more focused on just trying to get things done. Thanks, Maureen Maureen groppy Washington correspondent at USA today..

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"susan brooks" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"susan brooks" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Was a good example of how how women. Work across the aisle together in congress. But they also in their plenty of examples of how they worked together on legislative issues. One of the women I interviewed who was the Republican co-chair women's caucus. No, ask congress. You talked about working across the Republican women Susan Brooks in Indiana, and she gave example of working with the California Democrat to try to make sure the nation's ready to respond to buy attacks disease. Outbreaks working with a democrat from Florida about the legislation the path unless congress to protect young and sexual abuse. And then another good example of how they work together is Davis of California has led for a number of years bipartisan group of women to visit the troops in Afghanistan for mother's day. And that's an event that particular female angle to it. But just the act of of doing that leaves the building of relationships. On trips like this that kind of relationships that can help you work yet and legislation throughout the rest of the year. We're speaking with Maureen crappy Washington correspondent at USA today. She started the piece entitled here's white Republican women in the house could punch above their weight. It's a piece about women working together in congress. Reaching across the aisle. Essentially is there less ego involved when it comes to women versus men. Well, that's what the women say..

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President, President Trump and Syria discussed on WIBC

WIBC

00:55 sec | 4 years ago

President, President Trump and Syria discussed on WIBC

"See mobile news on the level on the go your lawmakers supports the president's decision i'm kirk darling here's what's trending this hour several of your lawmakers are backing missile strikes ordered by president trump on syria it was in response to more chemical attacks against syrian civilians by the assad regime says defense secretary jim mattis very confident that that corine wad used we are not ruling out seren right now democratic senator joe donnelly and republican representative susan brooks and jim banks have all said they are pleased with the decision from the president the mulch fire in southern indiana may not be out for a while stanley reports from the fire in mitchell is that it could take days for the hot spots to burn out even the national guard had to back off after dropping water from a helicopter friday the wind made that ineffective stan lear ninetythree wibc mobile news the orange cones.

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