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"susana martinez" Discussed on In The Thick

In The Thick

09:34 min | 1 year ago

"susana martinez" Discussed on In The Thick

"I'll have people stand up in the back of the road and say I'm a Democrat Democrat my whole life. I'm a union member everybody in my family's a union member. I would never vote Republican because Republicans are anti poor people. Then they'll say now whenever you get rid of these Mexicans. They will say that happened in. Madison Wisconsin. I'll go to these places and I'm GonNa tell you that when you go to the rust belt states and you're dealing with electricity unions when you're dealing with the trades. Those are mostly white unions and those unions are not pro immigrant so God bless Nevada. Because it's not Wisconsin. So let me ask you this. Though as the I know that you wanna come at at and I know that you let me ask I feel I feel in my several hours of being here and talking politics with people. I kind of feel like what Nevada has. It understands the political game if you will understand no. We're not gonNA just give you the endorsement and you're going to have to work for it. That's what I see a Nevada and that's being under report because there's a war. I see that as a state that understands the back should pull because it used to be a red state right so it's understood. How like today earlier in the morning? I was speaking to a longtime Latino Academic Hussein the fact that we have a lot of Latinos engaged in political process in you know representing the senator for example. Like that's not by chance. It's because there has been a concerted effort by Latino and Latina activists over the last fifty years to make sure that young Latinos and Latinas are getting educated. That they're graduating that they are becoming engaged. Cedeno gladdock Assey and as Bethany said. It's not just Latinos. It's any other group. Whatever it may be people here are engaged. People HAVE ACCESS ACCESS. I think is the most important thing that we have people. On any level of our government that are available to us to go and ask a question. I was baffled when I talked to dreamers back during the two thousand ten dream fight and I was like Oh. Just call the chief of staff from the senator's office now just call them like just call Ed Marine. And they're like you can't. We can't do that. That's like a three month appointment for secretary. That's not Nevada in Nevada have access in Nevada. I can run into my assembly person at the grocery store. I can talk to them on their facebook. I can send them. Why do I think you've had run into your simply person? I have you all the time. I'm here to use the same grocery store. No it's the reality and I think that because they are embedded in our community and mine alone embedded in our community. They are from our community. Yeah and we are putting them in those positions so then they can go forth and talk go to the legislature. Whatever but states are not like that and I can say that I can say I can speak for Nevada. I can't speak for Wisconsin or I can't speak for other states. I can talk crap about the caucus in other cities but I talk about it. I talk crap about it here too like you have to understand that here. We have that amazing contact. Where if we have a family. That's in deportation proceedings. We talk to the senator's office. We talk to whoever we need to speak to. And that's very different but it also makes it so that our community knows that for me. Eleven years ago Senator. Reed helped me and there. I am still helping him. There is a family right now. Who I'm sure. One of senator. Cortez Masto or Senator Rosen helped. And in ten years. They will be there because they felt helped and that. I don't feel as happening anywhere else. And that makes a difference in points very important if I may really put her. Points vary a very important about Nevada being purple state. And it is. There's so much going on politically here. It's because it's in the West. You can have Republicans like Brian Sandoval. When he was governor he had no trouble standing up to the anti immigrant rap coming out of Republicans in Washington because he's out in the West and Westerners are independent thinkers to begin with but to your point about being a purple state when I was in Texas for those five years at the Dallas Morning News. That was very much. A purple state. Latinos were paid attention to in Texas. Now I live in California. My Home of California. I've lived there now for fifteen years. Okay it's a dark blue state. Democrats don't need any help to do anything in California. They don't single Republican vote and they don't need lots of support anymore Because let's have no place to go the GOP and California's disintegrated right. I thought when I moved to California this was going to translate into a better situation for Latinos not so Latinos in California can't get their calls returned Democratic Party because they are taken for granted so Nevada has going for it like Texas. Is that Purple Dimension that Maria we spoke about. So it's on the bubble. You WanNa be on the by phone your power I I do. I think it's also one of the biggest under reported stories. I think his eye opening and I think people that are listening to this. Should should know that this state is pretty damn dynamic so the last question is so historically Nevada has been pushed to the shadows. We've been talking about that by the candidates and the media and the national parties. So tell us your pitch. Why is this a mistake? And why does the Silver State matter? And what can the rest of the country learn from Nevada's or nine years and it's primary season ethnic so dean Bethany already. I think that real investment means doing the work every day. You can't just come in and out of Nevada right. We were from the West. We know carpetbaggers can't just come in and out of the state and then be gone once. Your campaign is done or whatever right so real change means you have to do the work every day and you can't just do it tied to political cycles because politicians aren't going to save us. It's just one piece of a comprehensive puzzle when we fight for working people so just think about it. You know. Think about it like that Nice win. I think the reason we pay attention to the battles because it is in the West and the significance of having for instance in New Mexico when Susana Martinez was there when sandoval was here Nevada you have in the Western states which are not Pacific states. They're not on the coast but they're not in the mid west either and they're not Texas in that sliver of Western states independent thinkers. They're not afraid to go their own way. They don't take orders from Washington. That's a good thing and that is that we've seen that in real time if you paid attention and you see how it is that. Republicans in Nevada can stand up for immigrants and they don't give a damn what Republicans in Washington doing or saying okay. That's important facet to the state. Take home it comes down to for us like as bad things out of the CAR BAGGERS. I call them parachuters. They just come in drop in mess. Everybody's relationships and then they're out of here the next week. That's not me no. We've learned to just smile and you're going to lunch with them and that's it and then they're gone that's fine. Art Power Is within our community our powers within the Culinary Union our powers within immigrant organizing. Our power is every single place where communities are out. You just watch my data that Blatter which was at a college campus. That has now won all kinds of awards. That would not have happened. Twenty thirty years ago and that's happened because our community matters and because people are realizing not realizing we're making them realize that they matter but hold on you need to make that connection because it's like my dad cheeky. There was a political the reason. Why the Muddy Ed classes exist is because read? I feel like I mentioned him too much. But you know we're GonNa read had something to do with the fact that they have my glasses in two thousand and two with how it through. He'll they began the Mariachi program at JD. Smith ELA MIDDLE SCHOOL. And right now we now have sixty one hundred students throughout Clark County because program started in two thousand two and then move forward because if you remember in two thousand ten when Senator Reid was running Sharron Angle said Harry Reid is illegals best friend. I was at best friend. A He stood up for me and he stood up and he said we're going to bring the dream act to the vote is sucked because it didn't go anywhere but it happened and it made it so that the election was the highest turnout the voters we would ever had and so we continue that by organizing. It may not be Senator Reid anymore. But we've continued to make sure that our politicians are held accountable whether it be nicely whether it'd be mainly whether anybody disagrees or agrees on how the tactics are but every single one of those people are being held accountable. And that's what matters and that's why every single person in this room matters. Every single person caucuses matters every single person who's supporting whoever their candidate may be because at the end of the day. Nevada will always be Nevada that has been at the forefront far Latino community and you know what we're GonNa make sure that we don't fall into a place of twenty years from now it's just like oh whatever they're going to vote. Democrat. No you're going to vote for whoever cares about our families as much as we care about them you so much to our live.

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"susana martinez" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"susana martinez" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"After one o'clock eighteenth day of November busy day today it is sixty degrees right now looking for a high today of sixty one very pleasant out there right now sunshine and sixty basically the same forecast for tomorrow turning about sixty one degrees chance of rain eighty percent chance of showers on Wednesday hopefully you know up there on the mountain seventy percent chance on Thursday high of forty four and fifty percent chance of snow on Friday but I've only forty one degrees so Wednesday Thursday Friday could be wet fifty white be spectacular we can use it for all kinds of different isn't there right now the sixty degrees here in Santa Fe Anderson he's got first half hour is wide open things over the weekend got to go to and talk about inspired you motivated you do you P. O. do you anything all the above none of the above anyone talk about the first half hour is fine with me five oh five four two four twelve sixty one thirty today schedule be joined by speaker of the house briny gun a lot to talk about with the speaker two o'clock today we'll talk to Joe mom today we'll talk about word from a bear and returned rainy mountain and American masters PBS New Mexico tonight we'll talk with your mom day two o'clock today Eric Liu Seraphin Mexico workforce connections come in we'll talk about jobs jobs jobs and I think today is very the last day that he'll be within before his retirement we've been doing this with Eric I think about five years every other Monday been pretty darn consistent with it as well Eric looser when at two thirty today three o'clock there and talk to two gentleman talk about we're gonna talk about nuclear watch New Mexico on a workshop they have on Wednesday evening at the city of mud gallery talk to Jay clock Coughlin and John Lipsky at three o'clock today three thirty today the state auditors Gunn joins Brian Cologne he has the completed an audit on the administration of governor Susana Martinez as she was leaving office the secret settlement we'll talk to the auditor what he found we'll talk about what he is re least seen today what part to the auditor today at three thirty so we'll have you got off and Cologne both on today bowl elected leaders in New Mexico briny Goff speaker of the house and Brian Cologne at three thirty so today shows being brought to you by Brian four two four twelve sixteen inning undermining the one talk about that sometimes I I wonder if the stuff I find interesting to talk about it is interesting to you number in Syria I get out and my picking the right topics are we talking about things are actually interesting in the larger contact for just things that I find interesting the last night on sixty minutes they did three topics on sixty minutes last night first one on red flags and guns something we talked about for hours with Miranda this goal gun law and then they talked about mining the sea floor topic we spent an hour talking with we'll help in about by the way his pieces long piece in the Atlantic will be coming out in early December and then they talk about Sesame Street which we talked about on Friday so they did three topics that we have covered here lately and saying you don't want actually might be talking about interesting important topics but if I'm not let me know.

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"susana martinez" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

Real Time with Bill Maher

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"susana martinez" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

"I think right now the Republicans are too negative right negative. I mean, I is the Republican. I mean, we're we started. I'm talking about. Whether you're gonna run is the Republican name, even salvageable. It's the party of Steve king and Donald Trump. Hello. You heard that? Right. Yeah. It'll good. Thank. I'm so glad that. It wasn't just liberals. But. But how can you even have that name? You really think you can take back that name? Well, I think they're already some very good Republicans out there who have not put forward ideas. I had talk last night with a bunch of. Why are they good? I said if they haven't put forward ideas, I'm saying that there are governors like Brian sand of all the governor of Nevada. Okay. Even Bob corker from Tennessee. These are people who have Susana Martinez from New Mexico. The key is get some new ideas because when Republicans say we're going to kill ObamaCare, but they have no solution. So what they're saying. We'll just take healthcare way from people. My view is there is a better alternative than that. You've gotta have you gotta have a proposal. I don't really think there are a great need for new ideas because we've been around the same problems for decades. So we know what the ideas are. It's the political will to put them into play. I don't disagree. Okay. So let let me get one more question about Republic. Yeah. Now Republicans took over in twenty eleven that was the Rev. Solution of the tea party, which was all about reducing the debt. We spend way too much money since they have been in office since twenty eleven they've increased the debt by almost eight trillion dollars almost a trillion dollars a year. That's their big issue. That was what the tea party was about taxed enough already. Then there's defense the other Republican big issue. Trump is in my view trader, and I think that will be proved, but we know he wants to get out of NATO. He's not good for our defense morals. Don't even make me go there. What are Republicans good at? Well. What are we voting for first of all I this party there? I only say that Republicans and Democrats are very similar because they all want to spend it's just Republicans tend to feel guilty. But they anyway, okay. I was the chairman of the budget committee when we balanced the budget, the government shutdown I negotiated with Bill Clinton's ride miniature we got to a balanced budget three or four years, we pay down debt. Gotta suck Lami was booming. And here's what I like to say when the debt goes up jobs are not as great. When the debt comes down jobs, are you know, they get created. And that's our greatest moral purpose now that on defense. I we spend so much money today in America blowing ourselves up if we took a fraction that money and gave it to the national institutes of health and did research, but that's what I believe. And those are the things you have to fight for the problem with the Republicans right now, they don't want to stand up and fight. They're they're taking orders from their leadership. When I was there, and even as the governor when I expanded Medicaid people, my people in my party, didn't like I said, well, I'm going to lead. And now we have sort of like the lowest uninsured health rate in Ohio that we've ever had but dis there's ways to do this creatively. Do you see Donald Trump as a dangerous menace to America? Well, I'm very concerned about a couple of things. First of all, I did you see Donald can. I just answer that I feel like you just not why don't you just explain I don't call names Bill here about a look Z dangerous. It's I'm going to tell you that he's doing some things that I think are dangerous and one of the biggest ones is retreating from are involved. In the world and all this friction, and I worry about what happens when we have so much friction. Look, I didn't I didn't go to the convention. It was in my state. I didn't endorse him. I didn't vote for him. I've stood for two years arguing that his dangerous menace. Well, I don't need to call names. Okay..

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"susana martinez" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

10:26 min | 2 years ago

"susana martinez" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"But what's he done for me? How has he done in Afghanistan? Not too good. Not too good. I'm not happy with what he's done enough ghanistan, and I shouldn't be happy. But he was very happy was very thankful. What I got him seven hundred billion dollars and then the following year seven hundred sixteen billion dollars. So I mean, I wish it well. I hope he does. Well, but as, you know, President Obama fired him, and essentially so did I I want results. Male. I. Afghanistan is a difficult problem. And I I do think this. I think that if the average American citizen cannot explain what the United States is doing in a particular area. Then why are we there because you shouldn't have to be a member of government, and it shouldn't take a number of memos that cetera the reasoning for being in a certain place. Is. Well, I mean, it should be easily understood and easily explained by every single American. And if it's not then there is a problem. Now with regards to Syria. I never thought that the United States should be involved in determining the battle of power in Syria. I'm all for training. Kurdish fighters to help them repel terror factions, which is one of the things that the United States was doing. But I am not at all pro getting involved in the slap fight that's essentially happening between the different factions in Syria. And the other side of that is where it concerns the Kurds. I don't want to abandon the courage though. Because the Kurds have done a lot of the heavy lifting in Iraq. I've talked to a number of people who've been on the ground there and have worked with them and have also trained them and done a number of things they've done a lot of the heavy lifting where it concerns Raka Mozell. Others and Turkey can't stand them Erta one thinks that he can give us orders regarding our military, and he tries to hang being involved in NATO and not coming up with our Russia as as a carrot before is to try to influence our actions into being more favorable towards Turkey, which I've kind of had enough avert Oman. But that's a different topic. We're going to get into that at length though with Steven Yates tomorrow. So I wanna switch gears because we were talking a little bit earlier about all of the insanity were concerned the Romney be Trump. And by the way in that. He was Trump was asked about Romney. He said Romney should be a team player. We don't need another democrat, which I think that there's some truth to that. But the battle for twenty twenty has begun in earnest. And did you guys hear the Elizabeth Warren thing did you hear about that? So apparently, Elizabeth Warren is on camera. And I don't think we have that audio. Elizabeth Warren is on camera chugging beer, and she announces her plans to explore a presidential bid, and she's going to visit Iowa and in part of that it's kind of funny because she she did this like this livestream QNA while she was in her kitchen awkwardly drinking beer because you know. That's she just drinks beer. Right. I mean, I'm sure that's it's really weird. And she acts like she's just she's just one of us. She's just it's just like she's one of us. I don't really think did you see that video. And I just don't I think she tried to hard. It was like that Steve Jimmy clip where he has the hat on backwards. And he is like how do fellow kids? I don't think anybody. It just seemed ham fisted. Really did. She was on an Instagram livestream. And she has been roundly mocked for it, by the way, because everyone said that she's trying too hard Alexander Akasha court has thinks that she invented live streaming and taking questions. So she is like why are you copying me? I'm not even kidding you. But she she was on Instagram live. She was cooking dinner and drinking beer and answering questions, and it she just looked awkward. It looked really awkward. There was nothing. I don't know. I like some of the jokes like after tonight, I'll probably one thousand and twenty four beer, Elizabeth Warren, probably and everyone's like, she's copying Alexandria, Cossio Cortez who invented live streaming apparently anyway, but she was talking twenty twenty and she was her attempt at being relatable. I don't know. It's just so it's just too much. It was too. It was just contrived. It really was contrived. But here's the other interesting thing, let me pull this up. So now Elizabeth Warren defenders. And the twenty twenty fighting on the democrat side is interesting because Bernie Sanders and beta or works people are fighting while politico has a piece where they tried to argue I well, they they're they're talking about the likeability factor because Hillary Clinton was just. Roundly unlikable. And they said that Elizabeth Warren is also unlikable or she seems unlikable. But there was one who was the somebody a Daily Beast there who said that that this this, dude. So this is a this is a guy from New York Times, he tweets out this piece over politico. And he says this piece does a good job of problem. The likeability issue in all its complexities, including how it is a gendered stereotype, and why it is a political obstacle which it is. So he's saying that he believes that it is a gender issue to declare Elizabeth Warren unlikable. She's unlikable first and foremost because she's purposefully created distance between herself and voters number one of the article actually explains how when she was running previously. You had Scott Boston who is out there who Scott Adar's who is out there. In boston. She was running in Massachusetts who was out there. Driving his truck around and meeting with everyday people etcetera etcetera, and they said it got under her skin. She said, I'm being portrayed as this aloof person. According to one of her former advisers, and she keeps reporters at arm's length in the Senate hallway, she's actually notoriously known for that. And she's she's his seemed always Scott Brown in this was there was a a Massachusetts when they were running back in two thousand twelve he was he was always meeting with people, and he was very accessible, and she wasn't. And so it earned her this reputation as being very standoffish. And then of course, there was the biggest one when she lied about her ethnicity inappropriate entire ethnicity and acted as though she was a member of a sovereign nation of indigenous Americans wherein, she was not and she lied about it for professional gain. And so that actually does to those transgressions are irrespective of gender. She's on my couple because she's a liar, and she standoffish and she's unlikable. I think there's a difference between being between having your opponents dislike you and being unlikable because Alexandria, Cossio Cortes seems to be likable by her base. I think like abilities. I think it's it's it can be determined be determined both ways. Like Joe Biden has a lot of likability. Bill Clinton had a lot of likability didn't extend to Hillary Clinton. She didn't have a lot of likability, John Kerry was was seen as very unlikable. Al Gore was seen as very unlikable. And there are certain candidates that are and it's not gender because there are a ton of female politicians that are likable. Nikki Haley is very likeable. Susana Martinez likable Christie Noam likable. There are a number of female politicians that are likable. It's just Elizabeth Warren stand-offishness, her her aloofness shoe is and the fact that she lied about being a different ethnicity and was busted and continued line until she couldn't anymore that makes her unlikable. It has nothing to do with gender. And it's just interesting to me that they always have to constantly fall back on that. As a crutch these are people who don't want to be judged to sex. But then they desperately wanna use sex crutch in order to to to justify transgression or to deflect from a transgression. Yeah. She's going to be a container. She'll be a contender in two thousand twenty. I've been calling this Ford years. Now, I'm this is something that she desperately wants to do. But she has a lot of other people that are going to be that are going to be fighting for it. This depending on how successful all of all of that is depends on how unified Republicans are going into twenty twenty. So coming up the left discovers Louis C K, I don't like Louis C K mining. He's trash I've never liked him. But what I can't stand are people who discover long offensive comment or economics. And then now they're all like over hyperventilating. And overreacting. Honestly, get real people. Also, the Florida Sun-Sentinel confirms what I said during the CNN townhall that sheriff Scott Israel failed. Parkland students will discuss that taxpayers at all of us are facing higher dues amid new laws will discuss whether or not you're in that group, and we'll get into a number of other things, including who actually matches the moment for Democrats going into twenty twenty. We of that and your calls coming up later on eight four four three four four Dana, and we'll get into all of that. So stay with us more of the show after this. Are you tossing and turning more than you're sleeping at night? I have been there until I tried my pillow..

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"susana martinez" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

11:03 min | 2 years ago

"susana martinez" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"I don't care about your. I'm not elected by Europeans. I'm elected by Americans. American taxpayers, frankly. So I think my relationship I will tell you what the leaders of Europe is very good. A lot of them. Don't even understand how they got away with somebody. Who's I'll say that? Under and I'll say many of the other leaders friends with all of them. Yeah. That's. This is the president who is speaking to his cabinet, and this is just a little bit earlier these comfort this conversation just ended. He also was asked about General Mattis. Just okay. I'll learn gear up for this one Garrity, but General Mattis for so thrilled. But what's he done for me? How has he done in Afghanistan? Not too good. Not too good. I'm not happy with what he's done in Afghanistan. And I shouldn't be happy. But he was very happy was very thankful. What I got him seven hundred million dollars and then the following year seven hundred and sixteen billion dollars. So I mean, I wish you well. I hope he does. Well, but as you know, President Obama fired him. And essentially, so did I I want results. Well. Oh. I. Afghanistan is a difficult problem. And I I do think this. I think that if the average American citizen cannot explain what the United States is doing in a particular area. Then why are we there because you shouldn't have to be a member of government, and it shouldn't take a number of memos, etc. The reasoning for being in a certain place. Is. Well, I mean, it should be easily understood and easily explained by every single American. And if it's not then there's a problem. Now worth regards to Syria. I never thought that the United States should be involved in determining the battle of power in Syria. I'm all for training, Kurdish fighters to helping them repel terror factor, which is one of the things that the United States was doing. But I am not at all pro getting involved in the slap fight that essentially happening between the different factions in Syria. And. The other side of that is where it concerns the Kurds. I don't want to abandon the Kurds though, because the Kurds have done a lot of the heavy lifting in Iraq. I've talked to a number of people who've been on the ground there and have worked with them and have also trained them and done a number of things they've done a lot of the heavy lifting where it concerns Raka Mozell. Others and Turkey can't stand them Erta one thinks that he can give us orders regarding our military, and he tries to hang being involved in NATO and not coming up with our Russia as as a carrot before us to try to influence our actions into being more favorable towards Turkey, which I've had enough avert Oman. But that's a different topic. We're going to get into that at length with Steven Yates tomorrow. So I want to switch gears because we were talking a little bit earlier about all of the insanity were concerned the Romney be Trump trumping and by the way that he was Trump was asked about Romney. He said Romney should be a team player. We don't need another democrat, which I think that there's some truth to that. But the battle for twenty twenty has begun in earnest. And did you guys hear the Elizabeth Warren thing did you hear about that? So apparently, Elizabeth Warren is on camera. And I don't think we have that audio. Elizabeth Warren is on camera chugging beer, and she announces her plans to explore a presidential bid, and she's going to visit Iowa and in part of that it's kind of funny because she. She did this like this livestream QNA while she was in her kitchen awkwardly drinking beer, because you know. That's she just drinks beer. Right. I mean, I'm sure that's it's really weird and she acts like she's just she's just one of us. She's just it's just like she's one of us. I don't really did. You see that video. And I just don't I think she tried to hard. It was like that Steve shimmy clip where he has the hat on backwards. And he's like how do fellow kids? I don't think anybody. It just seemed ham fisted really did. She was on an Instagram livestream. And she has been roundly mocked for it, by the way, because everyone said that she's trying too hard Alexandria Cossio Cortes thinks that she invented live streaming and taking questions. So she is like why are you copying me? I'm not even kidding you. But she she was on Instagram live. She was cooking dinner and drinking beer and answering questions, and she just looked awkward. It looked really awkward. There was nothing. I don't know. I like some of the jokes like after tonight. I'll probably one one thousand and twenty four beer, Elizabeth Warren, probably and everyone's like, she's copying Alexandria Cossio Cortes who invented live streaming. Apparently anyway, but she was talking twenty twenty and she I guess this is her attempt at being relatable. I don't know. It's just so it's just too much. It was too. It was just contrived. It really was contrived. But here's the other interesting thing, let me pull this up. So now Elizabeth Warren defenders. And the twenty twenty fighting on the democrat side is interesting because Bernie Sanders and beta or works people are fighting. Well, politico has a piece where they tried to argue I th-, well, they they're they're talking about the likeability factor because Hillary Clinton was just. Roundly unlikable. And they said that Elizabeth Warren is also unlikable or she seems unlikable. But there was one who was the somebody a Daily Beast. There who said that that this this, dude? So this is a this is a guy from New York Times, he tweets out this piece over politico. And he says this piece does a good job of problema -tising the likeability issue in all its complexities, including how it is a gendered stereotype, and why it is a political obstacle which it is. So he's saying that he believes that it is a gender issue to declare Elizabeth Warren unlikable. She's unlikable first and foremost because she's purposefully created distance between herself and voters number one. And the article actually explains how when she was running previously. You had Scott Boston who is out there who are Scott address who's out there. In boston. She was running in Massachusetts who was out there. Driving his truck around and meeting with everyday people etcetera etcetera, and they said it got under her skin. She said, I'm being portrayed as this aloof person. According to one of her former advisers, and she keeps reporters at arm's length in the Senate hallway, she's actually notoriously known for that. And she's she's has seemed always Scott Brown. And by this was there was a Massachusetts when they were running back in two thousand twelve he was he was always meeting with people, and he was very acceptable. And she wasn't and so it earned her this reputation as being very standoffish. And then of course, there was the biggest one when she lied about her ethnicity. Appropriated an entire ethnicity and acted as though she was a member of a sovereign nation of indigenous Americans wherein, she was not and she lied about it for professional gain. And so that actually those to those transgressions are irrespective of gender. She's unlikable because she's a liar, and she standoffish and she's unlikable. I think there's a difference between being between having your opponents dislike you and being unlikable because Alexandria, Cossio Cortes seems to be likable by her base. I think likeability is I think it's it's it can be determined via determine both ways. Like Joe Biden has a lot of likability. Bill Clinton had a lot of likeability. That didn't extend to Hillary Clinton. She didn't have a lot of like ability, John Kerry was seen as very unlikable. Al Gore was seen as very unlikable. And there are certain candidates that are and it's not gender because there are a ton of female politicians that are likable. Nikki Haley is very likeable. Susana Martinez likable, Christie Noam is likable. There are a number of female politicians that are likable. It's just Elizabeth Warren stand-offishness, her her aloofness of an shoe is and the fact that she lied about being a different ethnicity and was busted and continued line until she couldn't anymore that makes her unlikable. It has nothing to do with gender. And it's just interesting to me that they always have to constantly fall back on that. As a crutch these are people who don't want to be judged to sex, but then they desperately wanna use sex as a crutch in order to to to justify a transgression or to deflect from a transgression. Yeah. She's going to be continuing. She'll be a contender in two thousand twenty. I've been calling this for years. Now. This is something that she desperately wants to do. But she has a lot of other people that are going to be that are going to be fighting for it. And this depending on how successful all of all of that is depends on how unified Republicans are going into twenty twenty. So coming up the left discovers Louis C K. I don't like Louis C K. I think he's trash I've never liked him. But what I can't stand are people who discover long offensive, comment comics. And then now they're all like, oh hyperventilating. And overreacting. Honestly, get real people. Also, the Florida Sun-Sentinel confirms what I said during the CNN townhall that sheriff Scott Israel failed. Parkland students will discuss that taxpayers at all of us are facing higher dues amid new laws will discuss whether or not you're in that group, and we'll get into a number of other things, including who actually matches the moment for Democrats going into twenty twenty. We have that and your calls coming up later on eight four four three four four Dana, and we'll get into all of that. So stay with us more of the show after this. Are you?.

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"susana martinez" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

11:12 min | 2 years ago

"susana martinez" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Care about your. I'm not. Elected by Europeans. I'm elected by Americans by American taxpayers, frankly. So, you know, I think my relationship I will tell you what the leaders of Europe is very good. A lot of them. Don't even understand how they got away with it for somebody. Who's I'll say that? And I'll say to many of the other leaders friends with all of them. Yeah. That's. This is the president who speaking to his cabinet, and this is just a little bit earlier these confidence conversation just ended. He also was asked about General Mattis. Okay. Gear up for this one get ready, but General Mattis was so thrilled. But what's he done for me? How has he done in Afghanistan? Not too good. Not too good. I'm not happy with what he's done enough ghanistan, and I shouldn't be happy. But he was very happy was very thankful. What I got him seven hundred billion dollars and then the following year seven hundred sixteen billion dollars. So I mean, I wish you well. I hope he does. Well, but as you know, President Obama fired him. And essentially, so did I I want results. Well. I. Afghanistan is a difficult problem. And I do think this. I think that if the average American citizen cannot explain what the United States is doing in a particular area. And why are we there because you shouldn't have to be a member of government, and it shouldn't take a number of memos at cetera the reasoning for being in a certain place. Is. Well, I mean, it should be easily understood and easily explained by every single American. And if it's not then there's a problem. Now with regards to Syria. I never thought that the United States should be involved in determining the battle of power in Syria. I'm all for training. Kurdish fighters to help them repel terror factions, which is one of the things that the United States was doing. But I am not at all pro getting involved in the slap fight that's essentially happening between the different factions in Syria. And the other side of that is where it concerns the Kurds. I don't want to abandon the Kurds though. Because the Kurds a lot of the heavy lifting in Iraq. I've talked to a number of people who've been on the ground there and have worked with them and have also trained them and done a number of things they've done a lot of the heavy lifting where it concerns. Rocky mozell. Others and Turkey. Can't stand them. Erta one thinks that he can give us orders regarding our military, and he tries to hang being involved in NATO and not coming up with Russia as as a carrot before us to try to influence our actions in to be more favorable towards Turkey, which kind of had enough avert Oman. But that's a different topic. We're going to get into that at length with Steven Yates tomorrow. So I want to switch gears because we were talking a little bit earlier about all of the insanity were concerned the Romney be trumping, by the way in that. He was Trump was asked about Romney. And he said Romney should be a team player. We don't need another democrat, which I think that there's some truth to that. But the battle for twenty twenty has begun in earnest. And did you guys hear the Elizabeth Warren thing did you hear about that? So apparently, Elizabeth Warren is on camera. And I don't think we have that audio. Elizabeth Warren is on camera chugging beer, and she announces her plans to explore a presidential bed, and she's going to visit Iowa and in part of that it's kind of funny because she. She did this like this livestream QNA while she was in her kitchen awkwardly drinking beer, because you know. That's she just drinks beer. Right. I mean, I'm sure that's it's really weird and she acts like she's just she's just one of us. She's just it's just like she's one of us. I don't really did. You see that video. And I just don't I think she tried to hard. It was like that Steve shimmy clip where he has the hat on backwards. And he's like how do fellow kids? I don't think anybody. It just seemed ham fisted really did. She was on an Instagram livestream. And she has been roundly mocked for it, by the way, because everyone said that she's trying too hard Alexandria Cossio court has thinks that she invented live streaming and taking questions. So she is like why are you copying me? I'm not even kidding you. But she she was on Instagram live. She was cooking dinner and drinking beer and answering questions, and she just looked awkward. It looks really awkward. There was nothing. I don't know. I like some of the jokes like after tonight. I'll probably one one thousand and twenty four beer, Elizabeth Warren, probably and everyone's like, she's copying Alexandria Cossio Cortes who invented live streaming. Apparently anyway, but she was talking twenty twenty and she I guess this was her attempt at being relatable. I don't know. It's just so it's just too much. It was too. It was just contrived. It really was contrived. But here's the other interesting thing, and let me pull this up. So now Elizabeth Warren defenders. And the twenty twenty fighting on the democrat side is interesting because Bernie Sanders and beta or works people are fighting. Well, politico has a piece where they tried to argue I well, they they're they're talking about the likeability factor because Hillary Clinton was just. Roundly unlikable. And they said that Elizabeth Warren is also unlikable or she seems unlikable. But there was one who was the somebody Daily Beast there who said that that this this, dude. So this is this is a guy from New York Times, he tweets at this piece over at politico. And he says this piece does a good job of problem. Metabolising the likeability issue in all its complexities, including how it is a gendered stereotype, and why it is a political obstacle which it is. So he's saying that he believes that it is a gender issue to declare Elizabeth Warren unlikable. She's unlikable first and foremost because she's purposefully created distance between herself and voters number one. In the article actually explains how when she was running previously. You had Scott Boston who was out there who are Scott Adams who is out there. In boston. She was running in Massachusetts who was out there. Driving his truck around and meeting with everyday people at cetera et cetera. And they said it got under her skin. She said, I'm being portrayed as this aloof person. According to one of her former advisers, and she keeps reporters at arm's length in the Senate hallway, she's actually notoriously known for that. And she's she's has seemed always Scott Brown. And this was there was a Massachusetts when they were running back in two thousand twelve he was he was always meeting with people, and he was very acceptable. And she wasn't and so it earned her this reputation as being very standoffish. And then of course, there was the biggest one when she lied about her ethnicity in appropriated and entire ethnicity and acted as though she was a member of a sovereign nation of indigenous Americans wherein, she was not and she lied about it for professional gain. And so that actually those to those transgressions are irrespective of gender. She's unlikable because she's a liar, and she standoffish and she's unlikable. I think there's a difference between being between having your opponents dislike you and being unlikable because Alexandria, Cossio Cortes seems to be likable by her base. I think like abilities. I think it's it's it can be determined be determined both ways. Like Joe Biden has a lot of likability. Bill Clinton had a lot of likeability. That didn't extend to Hillary Clinton. She didn't have a lot of likability, John Kerry was were seen as very unlikable. Allegoric was seen as very unlikable. And there are certain candidates that are and it's not gender because there are a ton of female politicians that are likable. Nikki Haley is very likeable. Susana Martinez is likable, Christine Owens likable. There are a number of female politicians that are likable. It's just Elizabeth Warren stand-offishness, her aloofness shoe is and the fact that she lied about being a different ethnicity and was busted and continued line until she couldn't anymore that makes her unlikable. It has nothing to do with gender. And it's just interesting to me that they always have to constantly fall back on that. As a crutch these are people who don't want to be judged to sex, but then they desperately wanna use sex as a crutch in order to to to justify transgression or to deflect from a transgression. Yeah. She's going to be a continuing she'll be a contender in two thousand twenty. I've been calling this for years. Now. This is something that she desperately wants to do. But she has a lot of other people that are going to be that are going to be fighting for it. And this depending on how successful all of all of that is depends on how unified Republicans are going into twenty twenty. So coming out where the left discovers Louis C K. I don't like Louis C K mining. He's trash I've never liked him. But what I can't stand are people who discover long offensive comment. Comex and then now they're all like over hyperventilating. And overreacting. Honestly, get real people. Also, the Florida Sun-Sentinel confirms what I said during the CNN townhall that sheriff Scott Israel failed. Parkland students will discuss that taxpayers at all of us are facing higher dues amid new laws will discuss whether or not you're in that group, and we'll get into a number of other things, including who actually matches the moment for Democrats going into twenty twenty. We have that and your calls coming up later on eight four four three four four Dana, and we'll get into all of that. So stay with us more of the show after this. Are you tossing and turning more than you're sleeping at night? I have been there until I tried my pillow..

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"susana martinez" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

08:29 min | 2 years ago

"susana martinez" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"We'll talk about the housing action coalition of a proposal for accessory dwelling units eighty s cool cool idea and a possibility of you know, kind of making a dent in the shortage of housing in Santa Fe. It is a it's a severe shortage. All right. The the markets. The indices rallied had a late late rally significant rally about twelve fifteen this afternoon. The Dow is down around four hundred points at twelve fifteen closing which was ten minutes ago. Nine minutes ago. The Dow is up finished up two hundred and sixty points, that's beyond rally. Whatever like a super Elliot's a mega rally. Dow's up today two hundred and sixty points finished at twenty three thousand one hundred thirty nine the NASDAQ finished up twenty five points finished at sixty five seventy nine and the s&p finished up twenty one point finished twenty four eighty nine all three indices up quite a bit today, considering it was we they were we we we weighed down. All right. We have had. Tariffs trade wars with China. We have had you know, kind of sanctions. Week sanctions against the against the rush keys the Russians. We have been dealing with foreign countries in different ways. I'm going to impose my own sanctions. Because I am CEO KTAR Z ready. I'm going to impose my own sanctions today. And this is just this is just for me. I'm going to impose my own personal sanctions against the country of Japan. Japan is going to. Renounced their membership. In the International Whaling Commission. So they can resume commercial hunts. For wales. From there giant fleets for the first time in thirty years. But they said they were no longer go to the Arctic for their much criticised annual killings. I don't care. I'm going to impose my own personal sanction against a country of Japan. There are options to burning whale oil. I don't know what all they use wailed for blubber or row or whale meat or. I don't know the harpoon on the front of some whales or like the nose on a on a on a beaked whale. But I would imagine they could find they could find synthetic. Options do all the things that they use. I mean, unless there are potent Oregon's and in a way that they have to use medicinal purposes. I don't care anyway, my own personal sanctions today against the country of Japan. You're going to these switched. To what they're going to call their hunting of of Wales. They're gonna call research. After the International Whaling Commission imposed sanctions on commercial whaling about thirty years ago. They're saying, well, you know, there's enough whales out there, we can resume hunting whales. Like, you're the only pressure on the whale population in the oceans country Japan. What do you need them for? Why do you need whale? Why do you need you need the whale oil? You still burning the old whale oil in your in your lanterns at night. So you can read by I don't think so what do you need whales? Just let him go. They've got other things to think about they have, you know, they have the Trump administration now doing horrific cruel sonic testing in the Arctic Ocean. Big old giant sonar blast in the Arctic looking for oil, and those sonic blasts can cover thousands of miles through the ocean. They gotta deal with that. They don't need harpooning. From japan. They have plastic to worry about stuck in their guild killing their babies. They have climate change to worry about. Japan says, well, they're going to start promoting sustainable used of aquatic life based on scientific. I just I don't trust him. I don't trust them a bit Japan still the country loves to her the porpoises into a cove, so they can slaughter them. All. So my own personal sanctions in two thousand nineteen against the country of Japan. I don't care. But I you know, I have to do it. I have to do it fourteen minutes after two o'clock. Anything you to talk about today. That's fine. I've mentioned yesterday that on Tuesday St. Terrill wrote about a local pizzeria. Who is offering free delivery. Pizzas. If you call up and order any say L or you say like the governor. So I can let the year in. I can't let the administration of governor Suzanne Martinez. Ken, let it go. Because tomorrow, she's done. Well, actually done on first. But far as my shows concerned she's done tomorrow. So we're is our esteemed celebrated governor Susanna Martinez. Inter finest moment in a holiday party at a local hotel, be raiding. Police berating the staff and hammer just faced. Commander. Yes. Why does that require a three just to be here? Air responses up to them depending on. On a room. What was your party to you? There was a party and people were throwing bottles. I'm sorry. There's no one on a balcony. There's no one claimed bottles office about and if there were about six hours ago. Okay. Well, we've got a complaint from the front desk. So we did. Front desk that complained from home. I don't know. They don't. Mexico. There. You haven't governor Susana Martinez. Her finest moment hammers. She never admitted never admitted to being drunk. She says she wasn't drunk. If that's not drunk. But she did apologize for the way she treated the front desk, and she did apologize for her tone of voice with Santa Fe. Police department. And she's still reports that when she went to law school. She's still contends that she she did graduate from law school, and I have to I think we all have to accept that. Because she was district attorney for like sixteen years in Las Cruces. We have to assume I guess that she lost go and did graduating did pass the bar. And yet she admits if there was anybody throwing bottles it was six hours ago. That is her legacy. She can leave off with a. Approval.

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"susana martinez" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

09:05 min | 2 years ago

"susana martinez" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"The data show on news ninety six point five. Democrats actually nominate people who look like America versus the Republican party who only nominate old white guys. Donald trump. Good luck to you in twenty twenty. I'm not sure he's going to make it to twenty twenty. But that said when you look at the people got elected to this congress a lot of women a lot of candidates of color. What who is this chick? I'm sorry. I, you know, who this person is this is what I'm talking about Marsh. Let's go and get the person off my space to sit here and talk about Republicans only really because Susana Martinez, a female, governor of New Mexico. You want to talk about all of the women that have won the gubernatorial offices. Let's ignore all of that. Number one, y'all ignored Tim, Scott, you I mean for crying out loud because you need it to be you. Raise the Slade nor the females in the minorities in the Republic party because let's just be honest your parties the party of the clan. You guys still have your white hoods? They're just start dropped off at dry cleaning. Because they get a lot of us at night could grief ridiculous. Talking about competence when it comes to people who represent American children's parties to she seems like such a trip. No. Kelly. Anyway. So I I don't know. Haydn and Bernie Sanders if we were to categorize them the same way, she's categorizing people people that were running the old white lady that was running right. I mean can heavens. I just I'm so tired of it. I'm just so tired. Just you know, what why don't you come up with an idea? Why don't you come up with with sound economic policy instead of? But but I'm going to ignore all the women and minorities in your party. So I can claim that you're. Do you guys get tired of his brain dead ridiculousness? It's not even fun to talk about. I'm just like, I would be embarrassed. If I were some of these people is this your best and brightest that you're sticking out there. Good grief, all right to things. So. The Colorado Baker they're going back. They're going back after Jack Phillips again and. They're they're going after him for refusing to make a cake celebrating transgender or gender transition gender dis. Foia isn't a protected class. So have a frilly unseat attorneys. Colorado Baker who refused to remake he refused to custom create a wedding cake. Let's get it. Right. It wasn't that. He was going. He wouldn't sell anyone cake, he declined to custom make a cake big difference for a same sex couple on religious grounds because he's a devout Christian, by the way. I couldn't go to this guy to get a Halloween cake because he doesn't make he doesn't do that. That's how that's how devout he is. He doesn't do anything that has to do with alcohol tobacco anything that they've used pagan that goes for Halloween cakes. If I wanted to go to Jack Phillips Baker, how do I know that because I asked somebody that that worked with the bakery? When I visited Colorado last now's because it was round fall. One of the last time. I was there last year in fall. I said I'd love to go and get like Halloween cutting. There's like he doesn't do that like. Oh, okay. Well, I respect that. I can go somewhere else. Look, I'm not gonna go shut it down. Because I am a Tim Burton fan. You know, I've so good. Anyway, they're they're bullying him again. And they're they're going after him because now he would not custom make a cake, celebrating a gender transition. The state of Colorado just keeps going after him. This is so ridiculous. They're bullying people simply because of their and that's what it is. It's state sanctioned bullying. Oh, man. It's just crazy. And that's not the latest. That's not even the only one. That's happening right now. Let me pull this one up for you to me. Zillion windows open. It is now you have to Christians who are facing jail and huge fine for refusing custom artwork for weddings. Yeah. Well, they're not they're not being sued yet there. They are suing to challenge a law that could send them to jail for six months every day, they refuse to custom do custom art four same sex, weddings. It's the Phoenix business journal to valley. Wedding invitation designers are taking their fight to the supreme court as to whether the city of Phoenix can force them to work for same sex couples or basically, do whatever they want the court agreed to hear the arguments in the case filed by brushing ebb studios regarding a city nondiscrimination ordinance. The studio owners bring in a coffee and Joanna Duke said providing services to same sex customers for four pig for a wedding goes against their beliefs is evangelical Christians and violates their first amendment rights. They just simply have a problem with the wedding ceremony. And they custom create all of their invitations. They create the art. They're artists. They create the artwork do all of it in the quarters agreed to hear it. So they're challenging and good for them. And this was this is of course, after all the masterpiece cake shop stuff. This question keeps coming back again. I just want to point out that it's the it's progressives who are constantly trying to force people into indentured servitude. It's progressives who are trying to state that the that the the state owned your labor can compel you to work when and went when it wants to four however much at wants to compel you to work for this is progressives are the ones who are wanting to ban books, and they're wanting to ban things and do all of the stuff. They want to dictate speech and shut down any dissent. There the fascist. These are the people that are trying to control the individual. You should not be compelled by the state or otherwise. Enforced into well and made to forced into labor. It's forced labor. There's a word for that. Progressives hate it. When it's brought up. But what else would you call it came? Slavery slavery. Well, I mean that is the party that fought to protect that. So I mean, creating it. Yeah, they're all about trying to protect it in any way. They can I guess, oh, that's true. You can get to. But it's true history. History hurts. So the court has agreed to hear their arguments, which I'm glad I feel like they're just they wanted to get ahead of the game. You know, they just wanted to like get ahead of it and get ahead of the of the the ball here. But. The. This. Amazes because they all of this your custom creating something like with respect to the masterpiece cake shop Jack Phillips, he would sell a cake. To a same sex couple what he would not do as custom create something. He would not put his labor and do it. And what these activists were trying to do was forced the state to compel him to work. That's that's forced labor. And that's the same thing with these. In phoenix. That's the same thing with these wedding invitation designers now, this wouldn't be the first time in Arizona. Well, not well, this was the New Mexico this district something similar to Elaine photography that was in New Mexico. This was a photographer. You're talking about a lot of labor she because she's an evangelical Christian very strict about what she would photograph as well. And she declined to do a same sex wedding. She gave tons of different, you know, suggests referrals etcetera, and they bankrupted her. They went after her, and they said, you have to do this or don't you can't be a photographer in the state, you work, how we want you to work for what we want you to work or you can't work. That's what they said. So and she does not she can't take photos anymore. They photography that they went bankrupt. That's you're talking about forcing. You're you're you don't own somebody's labor. I don't think people realize how dangerous this can get. It's pretty crazy. Yeah. I have to share this story with you. Because I thought this is great. Gun buybacks. I'm so tired of the gun buyback stuff. The a woman in Baltimore. Decided to take advantage of the gun buyback program. This is so great local media, and she talked to FOX forty five in Baltimore. She showed up with the nine millimeter while biting gun on her. So she wasn't one of those criminals out there driving up the crime rate. It's crazy, by the way, the criminals don't actually participate in a gun buyback program. You know, you guys know this, but apparently people and making laws don't she stood up with a nine millimeter that she wanted to turn in and she was using the cash to get a bigger weapon. Love it. It's so great. She showed up to let let the media take a picture of it. And then she's like I'm gonna use the money to get a bigger gun. That's so great. I love it because gun gone by. They don't work. We had the what was it last week? The toy gun buyback that place. The Connecticut was doing more dumb than regular Buchan by. Yeah. And they had five hundred surrendered to Baltimore police, and and people got twenty five to five hundred dollars for their unwanted guns. And they said they want to get the guns their streets. It only cost the city two hundred fifty thousand dollars, and there's no evidence that by that programs are in any way, effective in reducing violence. You're just basically helping everybody upgraded bigger calibers. All you're doing one of the and they had the story of the woman who was turning hers in this city is also offering twenty five dollars for every quote, unquote, high capacity magazine..

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"susana martinez" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

10:12 min | 2 years ago

"susana martinez" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Welford is in for me six to nine and eleven to one Tony GATS right here on ninety three. The Dana show. Me Democrats, actually, nominate people who look like America versus the Republican party who only nominate old white guys, you know. Donald trump. Good luck to you on twenty twenty. I'm not sure he's going to make it to twenty twenty. But that said when you look at the people got elected to this congress lot of women a lot of candidates of color. What who is this joke? I'm sorry. I don't even know who this person is this is what I'm talking about Marsh. Let's go and get the person off my space to sit here and talk about Republicans only really because Susana Martinez versus panic female, governor, New Mexico. You want to talk about all of the women that have one. These gubernatorial offices. Let's ignore all of that. Number one, y'all ignored Tim, Scott, you I mean for crying out loud. Because you need it to be you racist league nor the females in the minorities in the Republic party because let's just be honest your parties the party of the clan. You guys still have your white hoods? There just aren't dropped off at dry cleaning. Because they get a lot of use at night. Good grief. Ridiculous to talk about competence when it comes to people who represent America's children's parties to she seems like such a trip. No. Kelly. Anyway. So I I don't know Biden. And Bernie Sanders if we were to categorize them the same way, she's categorizing people people that were running the old white lady that was running right. I mean could heavens. I just I'm so tired of it. I'm just so tired. Just you know, what why don't you come up with an idea? Why don't you come up with a with a sound economic policy instead of Marissa's, but but I'm gonna ignore all the women and minorities in your party. So I can claim that you're. Do you guys get tired of his brain dead ridiculousness? It's not even fun to talk about. I'm just like, I would be embarrassed. If I were some of these people is this your best and brightest that you're all sticking out there. Good grief, all right to things. So. The Colorado Baker they're going back. They're going back after Jack Phillips again and. They're they're going after him for refusing to make a cake, celebrating transgender or gender transition gender fauria isn't a protected class. So have frilly in seats attorneys for the Colorado Baker who refused to remake. He he refused to custom create a wedding cake. Let's get it. Right. It wasn't that. He was going. He wouldn't sell anyone a cake, he declined to custom make a cake big difference for a same sex couple on religious grounds because he's a devout Christian, by the way. I couldn't go to this guy to get a Halloween cake because he doesn't make he doesn't do that. That's how that's how devout he is. He doesn't do anything that has to do with alcohol tobacco anything that they've use pagan that goes for Halloween cakes. If I wanted to go to Jack Phillips Baker, how do I know that because I asked somebody that that worked with the bakery? When I visited Colorado last now because it was round fall. One of the last time. I was there last year in fall. I said I'd love to go and get like Halloween cutting. There's like he doesn't do that like. Oh, okay. Well, I respect that. Outsca? I can go somewhere else. Look, I'm not going to shut it down. Because I have an Tim Burton fan. You know, I've so goofy. Anyway, they're they're bullying him again. And they're they're going after him because now he would not custom make a cake, celebrating a gender transition. The state of Colorado just keeps going after him. This is so ridiculous. They're bullying people simply because of their and that's what it is. It's state sanctioned bullying. Oh, man. It's just crazy. And that's not the latest. That's not even the only one. That's happening right now. Let me pull this one up for you to me. Zillion windows open. It is now you have to Christians who are facing jail and huge fine for refusing custom artwork for weddings. Yeah. Well, they're not they're not being sued yet there. They are suing to challenge a law that could send them to jail for six months every day, they refuse to custom do custom art for same sex, weddings. It's the Phoenix business journal to valley. Wedding invitation designers are taking their fight to the supreme court as to whether the city of Phoenix can force them to work for same sex couples or basically, do whatever they want the court agreed to hear the arguments in the case filed by brush nib studios, regarding a city nondiscrimination ordinance studio owners bring in a cost ski and Joanna Duka said providing services to same sex customers for four particularly for a wedding goes against their beliefs evangelical, Christians and violates their first amendment rights. They just simply have a problem with the wedding ceremony. And they custom create all of their invitations. They create the art. They're artists. They create the artwork they do all of it and the courts agreed to hear it. So they're challenging and good for them. And this was this is of course, after all the masterpiece cake shop stuff. This question keeps coming back again. I just want to point out that it's the it's progressives who are constantly trying to force people into indentured servitude. It's progressives who are trying to state that the that the state owned your labor and can compel you to work when when when it wants to four however much at wants to compel you to work for this is progressives are the ones who are wanting to ban books, and they're wanting to ban things and do all of this stuff. They want to dictate speech and shut down any dissent. There the fascist. These are the people that are trying to control the individual. You should not be compelled by the state or otherwise. Enforced into well and made to forced into labor. It's forced labor. There's a word for that. Progressives hate it. When it's brought up. But what else would you call came? Yeah. Slavery while I mean that is the party that fought to protect it. So I mean, it's creating it. Yeah. They're all about trying to protect it in any way. They can I guess that's true. You can get metal he want to. But it's true history history hurts Glenis. So the court has agreed to hear their arguments, which I'm glad I I feel like they're just they wanted to get ahead of the game. You know, they just wanted to like get ahead of it and get ahead of the of the the ball here. But. The. This. Sommes because they all of this is your custom creating something like with respect to the masterpiece cake shop. Jack phillips. He would sell a cake. To a same sex couple. What he would not do is custom create something. He would not put his labor and do it. And what these activists were trying to do was forced the state to compel him to work. That's that's forced labor. And that's the same thing with these. Phoenix. That's the same thing with these wedding invitation designers now, this wouldn't be the first time in Arizona. Well, not well, this is a New Mexico. This was this was something similar to Elaine Sotogrande that was the New Mexico. This was a photographer. You're talking about a lot of labor she because she's an evangelical Christian very strict about what she would photograph as well. And she declined to do a same sex wedding. She gave tons of different, you know, suggestion, referrals, etc. And they bankrupted her they went after her, and they said, you have to do this or don't you can't be a photographer in the state, you work, how we want you to work for what we want you to work or you can't work. That's what they said. So and she does not she can't take photos anymore shade. They Elaine photography that they went bankrupt. That's you're talking about forcing. You're you're you don't own somebody's labor. I don't think people realize how dangerous this can get. It's pretty crazy. Yeah. I have to share this story with you. Because I thought this is great. Gun. Buybacks so tired of the gun buyback stuff? The a woman in Baltimore. Decided to take advantage of the gun buyback program. This is so great local media, and she talked to FOX forty five in Baltimore. She showed up with the nine millimeter while biting done on her. So she wasn't one of those criminals out there driving up the crime rate. It's crazy, by the way, the criminals don't actually participate in a gun buyback program. You know, you guys know this, but apparently people making laws don't. She showed up with a nine millimeter that she wanted to turn in. And she was using the cash to get a bigger weapon. Love it. It's so great. She showed up to let let the media take a picture of it. And then she's like I'm gonna use the money to get a bigger gun. So great. I love it because gun gun buybacks. Are they don't work. We had the what was it last week? The toy gun buyback that place in Connecticut was doing even more than a regular book gun by. Yeah. And then they had five hundred gun surrendered. A Baltimore police. And people got twenty five to five hundred dollars for their unwanted guns. And they said they want to get the guns off their streets. It only costs the city two hundred fifty thousand dollars, and there's no evidence that buyback programs are in any way, effective in reducing violence. You're just basically helping everybody upgraded bigger calibers. That's all you're doing. One of the. And they had the story of the woman who was turning hers in the city is also offering twenty five dollars for every quote, unquote, high capacity magazine..

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"susana martinez" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

16:12 min | 2 years ago

"susana martinez" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"This Sunday morning. We are today. And always the show of ideas. Never this show of attitude this morning, we're speaking with Chris Edwards. Chris is the director of tax policy at the Cato Institute in Washington DC and Chris's recent study tax reform and interstate migration tells us an awful lot about people voting with their feet, a more effective way to voice your displeasure, and your pleasure then voting with a ballot box. It's a more profound effect upon your life for sure, but it has long range benefits as well. Now. Chris minority has Kato done the tax reform and interstate migration study. But you also recently published a fascinating governor's rep. Report card and interstate tax competition that was I loved reading that report. It was so instructive and the lessons leap off the page. When one reads, it tell us about the governor's report card, what is it show? And what does it teach us? Well, catered has been doing a report card on the nation's governors for about thirty years now at twenty twenty five years, I guess in the early nineteen nineties every two years, we look at the tax and spending actions of the nation's governors, and we score them when we get them letter grade. So that we give governors grades of a if they cut taxes and spending them out, we give governors the worst grade of Afif hike taxes and spending them out. So we thought to give school grades to the governor's the way to Pat the governor's doing good job on the back and a way to you know, to to to critique the poor performance. Of the F governor. So this year we came out with with our results, and we had five governors received scores of the top scorer in our report card was governor Susana Martinez. The Republican governor of New Mexico. She's been in office eight years, she's been great. She's kept spending down she's veto tax hikes, you cut taxes. He's done her best to make the New Mexico economy more competitive into to hold taxes down for residents of that state. So she gets the top score this year. Now, also, not only can we give compliments to Susan Martinez. Anna martinez. But also, there was an astonishing correlation between political maybe not that astonishing between political affiliation and the rankings both at the top. And at the bottom that jumped off the page at me when I read it tell us what that showed us. I. I've been scoring the the governor's the same way. Now for us six of these report cards over the past decade, and there have been consistent differences between Republican and democratic governors Republicans consistently score better on both taxes and spending. And you know, I I'm a nonpartisan. You can get I love it when you'll get democratic governors with top scores. I mean, the former democratic governor of West Virginia mansion and my report, but typically Democrats don't do as well as Republicans. They when they have budget gaps, for example, Democrats always pushed for the tax lever. They wanna hike those income taxes Republicans are more focused on cutting taxes and restraining spending. There are exceptions. There are some big exceptions. I mean in the most re report the Republican governor of Nevada. Brian Sandovol got one of the lower scores. He's finding the law the biggest tax. Hike in Nevada history and number of years ago, and the Republican governor of Massachusetts Charlie Baker signed into law math of eight hundred million dollar tax hike earlier this year, which imposes a new payroll tax on all employers in Massachusetts. Governor Baker had promised he wasn't going to hike taxes, but then he turned around and high taxes on everyone. So he got a really low score. So those are the types of governors that the tax myself really driving me crazy, the one promise they're not gonna raise taxes, but then they come into office, and they do a u-turn, and they and they signed into law these big tax hikes. So those sorts of lessons than the issues that I had showed in this new governors report card to complete the analysis. It's one thing I governor could cut taxes and reduce spending and make living in the state hell on earth by not providing any services. What can you tell us? If the information is available about whether. Take Susan Susanna Martinez and the other governor you wish by cutting spending and lowering taxes has there been any perceptible difference in negative difference in the quality of the service or the residents getting the same or better service, simply at a lower price, Bobby this report card, we don't score that. And and frankly that would be very difficult score. But the way I see it is if you know, a state has been, you know, moving along. Providing services the revenues automatically flow into state treasuries, especially when the economy is looming. I mean, we're in the tenth year of economic expansion now and revenues automatically pour into state government coffers when you have a growing economy like this. And so, you know, that's generally enough money for states to deal with all the current services. They provide the difference in these governors are the ones who want to continually expand government and add new programs. Like, I said Baker of Massachusetts. Did the giant tax hike to add a brand new entitlement benefit for paid leave in his state? So that's the type of government expansion that gets the low grade on the Cato report card, not only are individuals voting with their feet with this in migration out by Gration net in migration migration analysis, but of course, businesses vote with their. Theoretical feet as well by moving and there is meaningful competition among governors to. Woo businesses from California Silicon Valley to Austin, Texas. Governor Abbott has been found has found California to be fertile territory to market, Texas. So to what extent has there been has out-migration migration at the business level been monitored calculated by Kato, and if so what does it show on the governor's report card, and we'd take corporate tax rates and revenues into account and sound for a high-scoring governors, like Martinez of New Mexico had slashed the corporate tax rate, which which, you know, people might think, well, let's just to give away to corporations. But in fact, the corporate tax pushed forward onto consumer. Workers. It doesn't really land on shareholders, especially the state level corporate taxes corporate taxes are hidden burden on individuals. And so, you know, state state corporate taxes are pretty easy for corporations to avoid. So they're actually one of the most efficient taxes, they just imposed a lot of wasteful paperwork. So we do take that into account. And there is no doubt that in the modern global economy. Corporations are more full footloose than ever, you know, modern twenty-first-century industries like high tech and biotech and many others. You can locate just about anywhere. So there is the intent the competition for business location has intensified. There's of course, experts specialist consulting companies that data mine and find the optimal tax locations for for businesses. So there there's this impression. For for state, legislatures and governors to reduce taxes on businesses, which in my view is a very good thing because these taxes are inefficient, and and really they're just a hidden burden on individual since elections that KEDO, of course, in all of its studies is nonpartisan non-political and data driven. That's the magic of the Cato product. Now. So your data cannot be refuted it cannot be argued about. So he you have this data. I'm gonna ask you to speculate. Perhaps since the data is irrefutable. If you were sitting with a democratic governor or a high tax and spend governor of whatever party as you observed Republicans also are guilty of that shortcoming. What do they say? What is in their mind are they powerless? They just denying the data. Why don't they or do? They react to data when Kato and others present the data to them. I think one of the problems is we sort of touched on a little bit earlier. I think the democratic governor than and big government politicians in general equate spending with the quality of services. They oughta Mattingly always think that more spending is better, you see this actually what book Republican and democratic governors with respect to k twelve education. They always think that more spending is better. And really you look at the data and the study that really isn't true. You can do it simple correlation of per capita spending or per pupil spending on K twelve education across the fifty states and look at you know, the some of the scores or other cross state scores. There's really no correlation. If you look at things like, you know, the politicians often say what we need to spend one k twelve education to reduce class size. There really isn't good data showing that low at smaller class sizes produce better educational. Results. So I think that it for some reason spending this this quick lever. The politicians wanna go grab they're really doing the hard work and looking behind, you know, how do you really get quality services? How'd you really serve the public best and more spending? Really isn't the answer. Chris you picked the K K through twelve spending. I was gonna pick that as well. It's really strange when states boast about educational quality or education in general, the first statistic, they point to is look how much we are spending per student per year for education as this the amount you spend, I e waste the amount. You spend is a direct has a direct relation to the quality of the outcomes. And of course, there is no correlation at all the amount. You spend is simply a function of how willing you are to buy nothing with money, and so to measure, especially in education system reason to measure spending per student as the test of how good your education system is is is rather bizarre. And that concept does. Doesn't exist anywhere in commerce or in politics. Yeah. And you know, and a good example of this. We touched on earlier. It's just if you look at the many state and local governments across the country. Now, the giant unfunded pension costs as well as retiree health costs for the there's about sixteen million state and local workers in the United States. So as the pension and healthcare costs keep rising at bigger and bigger share state budget are going toward shoring up these pension plans. Well, those are caught of public services in a way that don't add anything to the quality of the public service. So the you know, there's this other data on on on the cost to construct a highway vary greatly between states the cost about twice as much to build a mile of highway in California as in taxes, for example, why because government workers in California are paid much more generously. Probably excessively. There's much more red tape. Sloth construction projects in California compared to Texas. So there's these additional costs in these high cost states like California that don't add anything to the quality of public services. Since the secret sauce since taxation is to some degree a function of how much this service cost after all governments are nothing other than middlemen. They buy a service, they mock it up for their admin costs, and then they sell it. Whether it's education or roads or mass transit or healthcare or the like, they buy market up and sell it. And if a government buys too, high they have to sell it for more. So isn't Kato has done a lot of work on this isn't outsourcing one of the. Secrets of getting the costs down and. Star star further than that, Bob. I would say privatize full privatization of many state and local public services is the real answer, and you can see this with urban transit systems, which are enormously inefficient across the country. They're they're union union is their monopolies. They don't allow competition before recent decade almost all transit systems in the United States. Both the rail and the boss, though, the old trolley systems that are used to run down main street. Hundreds of American cities, those are all private the the the the the urban transit systems used to be just about all private most airports on United States back than twenty to thirty due to be private the main airport. There. Two main airports in Los Angeles were private government took over these services and impose enormous inefficiency on them. But we don't we don't need that inefficiency. It's not good for us. We should privatize the airport. We should privatize the transit system. We should open them to competition. We don't want to give private monopolies either. We want open competition in these services. We want airports to compete against each other. We want transit systems to compete, and I think that that would keep costs down. It would keep a pressure on to improve quality and to serve customers much better than these monopoly government services. We currently have. Is an interesting how my opening by introduction to our discussion today focused on the marketplace and competition, and no matter how much what subject we talk about. We always end up with competition being the solution. How magic the marketplace is Chris we have a caller on hold. Jacob. Good morning..

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"susana martinez" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:59 min | 2 years ago

"susana martinez" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"And, Gaydos, best of our. Best of MAC and Gaydos from last week shows on Arizona's news station KTAR news, on ninety three s or the governorship of Arizona but let's now talk to the governor of Arizona the current governor and hopefully maybe could be another four, years of governor Doug ducey's kind enough to join us on a monthly basis for his exclusive monthly interview. Governor welcome again we know you've been busy no been traveling thanks, for stopping end could be, good to. Be back thanks for having me. Back in the studio so you're in Washington DC yesterday Saw Trump White House event defending ice agents do we need to have an event to defend ice agents in this. Day and age it was really a special event you know not only did he have ice agents but he had border agents theory yet people there from CB p which is customs. And border patrol and other law enforcement officers and, families of officers that had been killed in the line of duty and. I think what the president and vice president and secretary Nielsen wanted to do was tell these. People how, grateful we are for their. Service, that they're. Appreciated and they're important. You're there have been some people. Out there on the left that have been. Saying things like abolish ice yet Ashtec movement and when they're saying things like. That I mean these are American men and women that put their lives on the line every day it's brutal doubt, on the border what they have to deal with and. So I was invited back there along with, other leaders from around the country including, sheriff, Mark Daniels of coaches county and I'm going to tell you these these law enforcement offers serves were nine, feet tall and swelling with pride and Trump. Not only did he announced their name but then he invited him to the stage completely. Impromptu I mean it's it's intimidating enough to be back at the White House in the? East Room party called these agents. Out of, the audience had them come to the, stage and gave him the microphone it was really a neat tribute and to the people that had lost a loved one in the line of duty it was incredibly special for them and their extended. Families do you think it's because politicians are saying let's abolish ice in the president says well let's bring these ice agents on stage and tell everybody what they, do was that, the real reason for I think it was a number of things I think part of it was the the Uncrowded on the far. Left for, for people that are working for our federal government but the assault at law enforcement. In general has faced I mean, part of the theme was what. Happens to the people that wear a badge to protect and serve us whether it's, in the local community or at the, border and let's honored and let's tell, them we're grateful and that we appreciate what they do I was proud to be. A part of it of course we've, got our own story share from Brian Terry and the. State of, Arizona to to Tyler EDNA Hoffer who worked for the department of public safety who died at age twenty four was a veteran, and was serving us in line of duty I thought it. Was a special event it meant the world to these people and I think too often you know when we see, people in in uniform and mill in military service we. Often say thank you for your service I, think that's the same type of attitude, towards, our our local law enforcement and people that service at the at the border is something they really appreciate, governor Doug ducey's in studio for his monthly. Exclusive interview we know that there was another Story about ice Arresting an illegal immigrant while he was driving his wife to for for the delivery of their baby on the way. To the hospital and a lot of people think that ice is the, bad mean guys. The bad person have you talked to the president about policies about the way that ISIS going? About their business not not that, I'm demonizing ice but I seems to get a bad rap because this administration seems to be so just absolutely dead set on getting people out of the country because, they're here illegally no matter what, the circumstances are and that can reflect badly on the ice officers just. Doing their, jobs so back my focus has been on drug cartels human trafficking and. Child sex trafficking that's certainly a very real thing at the border and in the. State of Arizona and I'm not certain if we're talking about, the same story but I believe the story that you're talking about when arrested individual he was wanted for murder. In Mexico City and I think that's part of the story that wasn't told in terms of when that arrest deported Someone who was wanted for murder so it's like when. We talk about separating families I don't wanna see any family separated. But we also have child sex trafficking so how does an ice agent determine if that is your child when you come across the border with. Them it's difficult job most people wouldn't want to do it I want, to say that. I'm thankful for for what they do and if there is a bad actor we have somebody? That shouldn't be there or if, there are policies that should be changed like separating families at the border let's change the policy but the American man or woman that signs up to protect and serve, us let's say thank you well, I guess what I'm asking is did you talk to the president this. Last time, in DC about ice policy or is there anything new that we can. Expect with zero tolerance policy here in Arizona yes we've always talked we I got. To spend some private time with him yesterday and spend some, time with vice president Pence afterwards and our focus always does want to be on the on the drug cartels. And the human trafficking that's what the border strike force that we have here in Arizona that's why That was created to, focus on that now there are some. Other discussions that people wanna have around immigration and they should be had I mean this is a real failure? Of our congress. Tonight act on this but when I'm. Talking about this I'm thinking from a public safety standpoint from a, border security being national security those are, the people we have to prioritize right and that's where we should start are the bad, guys that are in drug cartels, and human trafficking governor, Doug Ducey in studios monthly exclusive with MAC and Gaydos interesting story out today. The border, patrol says. That, in seventeen years illegal crossings along, the Arizona desert dropped to their lowest levels last year so in two thousand, seventeen very low this year Trump calls you says can I put the national guard on? The, border you say yes. What has happened in twenty eighteen 'cause we don't have those numbers but in two thousand seventeen lowest they've, been in seventeen years twenty eighteen did we need the national guard what let me show you what. Happened in two thousand sixteen we had a change in the office. Of the Presidency we had a real focus on that border. And you're, right those legal crossings did drop but what happened in February of. Two thousand seventeen with a thirty, seven percent rise from February of twenty seventeen to February of twenty eighteen I'm. Sorry from from February to March in two, thousand? Eighteen there was a thirty seven percent increase and it was a two hundred percent increase over previous year that twenty eighteen that's twenty and that's why he called you and said we're. Putting we can put the national guard and the border this'll things changed from twenty seventeen to twenty eight team pretty. Drastically well two hundred percent, increase is a significant increase and, I I, think the many in the press wanted to politicize? This but, we, did our research on this Barack Obama called the national guard to, the border George W Bush called, the national guard to the. Border now they did it later in terms? Of the surge of illegal activity President Trump and secretary Nielsen? Did it the first spike and and we were Supportive. Of that, and so is California and Jerry Brown and Susana Martinez in, New Mexico and Greg Abbott and Texas so there was a reason for it in two. Thousand eighteen compared to two thousand seventeen our guest in. Studios Arizona governor Doug Ducey monthly exclusive interview all right so when we, come back governor we've. Talked to two people who want to take your job They haven't said very nice things about you so we thought why, don't we, play that for you and. Have you. React and have a chance to, to to to to speak up about it while I'm here Guys like fun Governor Ducey coming up next Gaydos best of our KTAR news ninety two three FM Hey.

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"susana martinez" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"susana martinez" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Sessions of losses the Dow closes up more than one hundred. Points Nebraska carries out. Its first execution in more than, twenty years ABC's Mark. Remillard reports this one is also A first Harry dean more convicted of killing two cab. Drivers nearly four decades ago became. The first inmate executed in Nebraska since nineteen Ninety-seven the first in the state executed, using lethal injection and the first in the US to be executed using a combination. Of drugs that included the powerful opioid Fenton all. State corrections director Scott Frakes Lancaster county. Coroner. Produced more time. Of death at ten forty seven AM a German pharmaceuticals company tried to stop the execution arguing the state had. Improperly obtained at least one of its drugs but a federal judge sided with the state Mark. Remillard ABC. News half a year after the high school shootings that killed. Seventeen and wounded more than a dozen others in parkland Florida, the focus now turns, to the first day of school in the new. Year there are very few overt size, of this marking six months since. The shootings a neighboring apartment complex has a big. Banner that reads m s de strong it just a few. Feet away a sign. That says they're leasing And that they're part of the parkland school district west Glades middle school which is right next to the, high school there couple of signs including one handmade side with. A heart west glade, Douglas United, Peter King CBS news parkland Florida Rhode Island's attorney general, is, demanding that federal officials stopped the online spread of blueprints that, show how to make three d. printed plastic guns he joins a, coalition of attorneys general including Massachusetts Maura Healey. In challenging a settlement between the State Department at a Texas based company that wants to release the blueprints online a federal judge has temporarily. Blocked that release New Mexico governor Susana Martinez and other state Republicans are criticizing, a judge's decision to allow the release of five adults accused of abusing eleven. Children kept in a desert compound the decision comes even though prosecutors and the. FBI warned that the extended family had been training for an hour Armed anti-government mission and prosecutors also claim they were training the kids to carry out school shootings the two men, and three women had their bond set at twenty thousand. Dollars they'll be allowed to contact the children that are now in protective custody WBZ news time four fifty one Beatles fans and local leaders are.

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"susana martinez" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

Slate's Political Gabfest

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"susana martinez" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

"Racial lines and they go to the funders and the funders look at them and their white fund or is in their skeptical of their statewide appeal and so stacey was saying about comma harris like this is a big deal for us other black women democrats were trying to run there is no one else light kerr now california obviously a very from georgia but now this is like another test run of these questions and i think the thing about stacy is she is so appealing she is the kind of person that other people really like and want to get on board for i mean one way so emily's list kind of early on gave her an award and that really boosted her prominence in was important for her one way to think about stacy is like if the national democratic party and the funders cannot get behind her it's hard to see what black female candidate for governor they can get behind and another kind of interesting facet of this historically the women who are women of color who've been elected governor susana martinez in new mexico and haley in south carolina and they were both republicans so stacey really is like a new phenomenon that's happening and i do think there's going to be a ton of excitement about her among national activists like you can you can really see that should be able to generate a big get out the vote effort so we'll see it's also the case emily of course the resistance to use the capital or resistance has the rise in political activism in the trump era has been fueled by women and african americans and young people and it is just a fact that you have to have candidates who represent that you can't you simply cannot say we're going to have this movement that is powered by african americans and women but we're not going to have african americans and women who actually then carry forth and serve and political office and run for political office so so you do have to.

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"susana martinez" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"susana martinez" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Fm and am seven seventy newsradio k k o b ever since she became the governor susana martinez has advocated and pushed for stopping the program or the the policy called social promotion that's just pushing on kids who are in third grade into the fourth grade even though they can't read can't read a grade level now it would seem to be a well a fairly i call it a no brainer but but close to that that if a kid can't read by the time they make it to the fourth grade there's going to be all kinds of problems when they get to fourth and fifth and sixth grade and then in the middle school and then into high school and then into life those who do not want to see children held back say that children will feel depressed or disengaged because of being held back or they'll be embarrassed and thus more likely to drop out of school i would contend that issue is far less significant than the troubles that these kids will run into if they can't read when they get to the eighth grade or the ninth grade or the tenth grade or when they try to fill out a job application but year after year after year the state legislature has stopped governor martinez from instituting the program to stop social promotion to stop sending kids from the third grade to the fourth grade who can't read well there might be a way around what the legislature has stopped the governor from doing we're going to talk to the head of the public education department christmas cousy joins us from one minute on newsradio seven right now bobby g what's up got a problem on northbound i twenty five this is looking like it's going to be near bernallio got a little bit of a backup got somebody on the phone giving me the update right now we'll update you on the next report other than that in town looking pretty good you got typical delays north and southbound twentyfive that's going to be right near san mateo that's because of construction northbound twentyfive from gibson down a central that's a little.

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"susana martinez" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"susana martinez" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Canada and the entire hockey world grieving today after fourteen people were killed late yesterday when a bus carrying humble broncos junior hockey team was rammed by a tractor trailer in northern saskatchewan you're stunned and grieving over this incomprehensible situation we know that this is a moment when we must come together to support to comfort and to lean on one another team president kevin garin among the fourteen kill the team's twenty year old captain and it's radio play by play announcer the team was on its way to a playoff game when the accident took place germany's chancellor angela merkel saying she's quote deeply shocked by the terrible events in munster unquote of an crashed into a crowd outside the popular bar today in the western german city killing two people injuring twenty others the driver that vehicle then shot and killed himself to states complying so far with president trump's request that national guard troops be deployed to the us southern border with mexico that trip deployment nearly four thousand probably on their way to hundred and fifty national guard troops being deployed as we speak in texas and they're on their way in arizona to governor doug ducey call up the activation of one hundred fifty guard troops in arizona fox's griff jenkins in washington the ap reporting the california governor jerry brown has not yet indicated if you'll send guard members to the border while new mexico governor susana martinez office has not yet deployed any of the states guard members some thirty percent of air france flights canceled today's strike overpaid rises raises rather appears to be intensifying their most french trains will also screech to a halt on strike plan for tonight over president emmanuel macron's economic reforms that train strike expected to last through monday and that air france strike is the fifth such strike that's taken place since february seen fox news fair and balanced caitlyn personalized her shane company engagement ring with the sapphire and told everyone on yelp how much she loved it i wanted us gone he came in and saying fix tom this.

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Hockey, Shane and Fox discussed on Next Week in Stocks

Next Week in Stocks

02:11 min | 3 years ago

Hockey, Shane and Fox discussed on Next Week in Stocks

"Canada and the entire hockey world grieving today after fourteen people were killed late yesterday when a bus carrying humble broncos junior hockey team was rammed by a tractor trailer in northern saskatchewan you're stunned and grieving over this incomprehensible situation we know that this is a moment when we must come together to support to comfort and to lean on one another team president kevin garin among the fourteen kill the team's twenty year old captain and it's radio play by play announcer the team was on its way to a playoff game when the accident took place germany's chancellor angela merkel saying she's quote deeply shocked by the terrible events in munster unquote of an crashed into a crowd outside the popular bar today in the western german city killing two people injuring twenty others the driver that vehicle then shot and killed himself to states complying so far with president trump's request that national guard troops be deployed to the us southern border with mexico that trip deployment nearly four thousand probably on their way to hundred and fifty national guard troops being deployed as we speak in texas and they're on their way in arizona to governor doug ducey call up the activation of one hundred fifty guard troops in arizona fox's griff jenkins in washington the ap reporting the california governor jerry brown has not yet indicated if you'll send guard members to the border while new mexico governor susana martinez office has not yet deployed any of the states guard members some thirty percent of air france flights canceled today's strike overpaid rises raises rather appears to be intensifying their most french trains will also screech to a halt on strike plan for tonight over president emmanuel macron's economic reforms that train strike expected to last through monday and that air france strike is the fifth such strike that's taken place since february seen fox news fair and balanced caitlyn personalized her shane company engagement ring with the sapphire and told everyone on yelp how much she loved it i wanted us gone he came in and saying fix tom this.

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"susana martinez" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"susana martinez" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The entire hockey world grieving today after fourteen people were killed late yesterday when a bus carrying the humble broncos junior hockey team was ran by a tractor trailer in northern saskatchewan you're stunned and grieving over this incomprehensible situation we know that this is a moment when we must come together to support to comfort and to lean on one another team president kevin garin among the fourteen kill the team's twenty year old captain and it's radio play by play announcer the team was on its way to a playoff game when the accident took place germany's chancellor angela merkel saying she's quote deeply shocked by the terrible events in munster unquote of an crashing into a crowd outside the popular bar today in the western german city killing two people injuring twenty others the driver that vehicle then shot and killed himself to states complying so far with president trump's requests that national guard troops be deployed to the us southern border with mexico that trip deployment nearly four thousand probably on their way to hundred and fifty national guard cheers being deployed as we speak in texas and they're on their way in arizona to governor doug ducey caught up the activation of one hundred fifty guard troops in arizona fox's griff jenkins in washington the reporting the california governor jerry brown has not yet indicated if you'll send guard members to the border wall new mexico governor susana martinez office has not yet deployed any of the states guard members some thirty percent of air france flights are canceled today strike overpaid rises raises rather appears to be intensifying their most french trains will also screech to a halt on strike plan for tonight over president emmanuel macron's economic reforms that train strike expected to last through monday and that air france strike is the fifth such strike that's taken place since february you're listening to fox news fair and balanced.

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"susana martinez" Discussed on WIND 560 AM

WIND 560 AM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"susana martinez" Discussed on WIND 560 AM

"The investigation continues i'm paul stevens fox news canada and the entire hockey world grieving today after fourteen people were killed late yesterday when a bus carrying the humble broncos junior hockey team was rammed by a tractor trailer in northern schedule your stunned and grieving over this incomprehensible situation we know that this is a moment when we must come together to support to comfort and to lean on one another team president kevin guarantor among the fourteen kill the team's twenty year old captain at it's radio play by play announcer the team was on its way to a playoff game when the accident took place germany's chancellor angela merkel saying she's quote deeply shocked by the terrible events in monster unquote a van crash into a crowd outside a popular bar today in the western german city killing two people injuring twenty others the driver of that vehicle then shot and killed himself to states complying so far with president trump's request that national guard troops be deployed to the us southern border with mexico that trip to pull nearly four thousand probably on their way to hundred and fifty national guard troops being deployed as we speak in texas and they're on their way in arizona to governor doug ducey calling up the activation of one hundred fifty guard troops in arizona fox's griff jenkins in washington the reporting the california governor jerry brown has not yet indicated if you'll send guard members to the border wall new mexico governor susana martinez his office has not yet deployed any of the states scarred members some thirty percent of air france flights canceled today's strike over pay rises raises rather appears to be intensifying their most french trains will also screech to a halt and strike plan for tonight over president emmanuel macron's economic reforms that train strike expected to last through monday and that air france strike is the fifth such strike that's taken place since february girls the fox news fair and balanced stuck in traffic we've got the answer from the balance of nature traffic center group within the balance of nature traffic center jane addams we have an accident blocking the three left lanes inbound before plus he wrote in elmhurst have been reported this was a vehicle fire earlier but now is an accident that has the three left lanes oh main street in burlington avenue.

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15 dead after Canadian junior hockey team bus crash

The Money Hour Radio

02:24 min | 3 years ago

15 dead after Canadian junior hockey team bus crash

"The investigation continues i'm paul stevens fox news canada and the entire hockey world grieving today after fourteen people were killed late yesterday when a bus carrying the humble broncos junior hockey team was rammed by a tractor trailer in northern schedule your stunned and grieving over this incomprehensible situation we know that this is a moment when we must come together to support to comfort and to lean on one another team president kevin guarantor among the fourteen kill the team's twenty year old captain at it's radio play by play announcer the team was on its way to a playoff game when the accident took place germany's chancellor angela merkel saying she's quote deeply shocked by the terrible events in monster unquote a van crash into a crowd outside a popular bar today in the western german city killing two people injuring twenty others the driver of that vehicle then shot and killed himself to states complying so far with president trump's request that national guard troops be deployed to the us southern border with mexico that trip to pull nearly four thousand probably on their way to hundred and fifty national guard troops being deployed as we speak in texas and they're on their way in arizona to governor doug ducey calling up the activation of one hundred fifty guard troops in arizona fox's griff jenkins in washington the reporting the california governor jerry brown has not yet indicated if you'll send guard members to the border wall new mexico governor susana martinez his office has not yet deployed any of the states scarred members some thirty percent of air france flights canceled today's strike over pay rises raises rather appears to be intensifying their most french trains will also screech to a halt and strike plan for tonight over president emmanuel macron's economic reforms that train strike expected to last through monday and that air france strike is the fifth such strike that's taken place since february girls the fox news fair and balanced stuck in traffic we've got the answer from the balance of nature traffic center group within the balance of nature traffic center jane addams we have an accident blocking the three left lanes inbound before plus he wrote in elmhurst have been reported this was a vehicle fire earlier but now is an accident that has the three left lanes oh main street in burlington avenue.

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