35 Burst results for "Terry Moore"

"terry moore" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:59 min | 4 months ago

"terry moore" Discussed on KOMO

"White House covert advisor Andy Slavitt is pushing young Americans to get vaccinated, Terry Moore reports. Get vaccinated. Everyone 12 and above is now eligible to get the shots and slap. It made this plea to young people were winning the war on the virus, and we need you. Help us finish the job. Whether your graduate still in high school in college, just out or more than a little bit out. It's the most important thing you can do right now. He told a briefing that vaccines have led to a dramatic reduction in hospitalizations and deaths from the coronavirus for the first time since the pandemic began. Covert cases are down in all 50 states. Slavitt revealed that his son got the virus last fall. Unfortunately, he is one of the many Americans battling Longer term symptoms. He's young and fit and in the prime of his life, but six months later He still suffers from techie cardia, shortness of breath. And I'm going infrequent flu like symptoms. His hands are cold to the touch. CDC director Rochelle Wolinsky said all Americans should be feeling cautiously optimistic but again warned the fight against the pandemic is not over and there still is a lot more work for us to do ahead. I'm Terry more in Washington. Texas governor Greg Abbott is barring local governments and school district's from mandating masks as co vid trends continue to drop. Some local leaders in the Lone Star State are questioning the governor's motives. Correspondent Clayton Nevil reports. With covert cases dropping statewide in no major concerns of another outbreak. Some Texans were cut off guard by the announcement. Governor Have it signed an executive order yesterday that says public schools can't mandate masks after June 4th. Constitutional attorney David Cole says he expects pushback from educators. The governor clearly has power toe regulate administrative things like mask wearing that sort of thing about things that are organs of state government. But school District's are a little different in the education agency is independent Administrative agency of our state government governor doesn't usually tell them what to do have its order also allows local government officials to be find if they try to impose mask mandates. County Judge Glenn Whitley serves Tarrant County, which includes forward so I just think it's funny that he didn't want to do it when local governments were saying that there might be a fine for citizens not complying, but he didn't have any problem applying the fines to local elected officials. Judge Whitley isn't opposed to lifting mask mandates but takes issue with not letting local government, 70 said the governor is painting the entire state of Texas with one broad brush Whitley, another local leaders believe have its announcement appears to be a political Move, But the governor says the state will continue to mitigate covert while defending Texans liberty to choose whether or not they mask up. I'm Clayton.

Andy Slavitt Terry Moore Slavitt Washington Clayton Rochelle Wolinsky White House CDC yesterday Clayton Nevil Greg Abbott David Cole Whitley Glenn Whitley 12 Texas six months later one first time Terry
Biden unveils executive action to curb gun violence

WBZ Afternoon News

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

Biden unveils executive action to curb gun violence

"Out of Syriza of executive actions, hoping to go to curb gun violence around the country. Enough enough enough during an event in the Rose Garden. The president called Gun Violence up public health crisis. Gun Violence in this country is an epidemic and it's the international burst. He cited a staggering economic tool linked to gun violence in the U. S. $280 billion a year. Said. How could that be? Joe hospital bills, physical therapy, trauma counseling, legal fees, prison cost and the loss of productivity. I'm Terry Moore and this comes as Texas

Syriza Rose Garden U. JOE Terry Moore Texas
OC Fair announces plan to return this summer

Tim Conway Jr.

00:36 sec | 6 months ago

OC Fair announces plan to return this summer

"Rides, games and fried food ready for thousands of cooped up visitors this summer. This year, we're limiting capacity, OC affairs Terry Moore says. Currently, the dates are July 16th through August 15th, depending on covert 19 case rates, fewer number of rides, fewer number of concessionaires that giving everybody a little more elbow room for safety, But we'll see We'll have all of the favorite fair officials are pushing for about 75% capacity again, Maura less depending on Cove in about 45,000 people a day more, says reopening the fair could generate $10 million in proceeds and because of capacity limits. People should buy tickets in advance in Orange County,

Terry Moore Maura Orange County
CDC outlines what fully vaccinated people can do

Sean Hannity

00:44 sec | 7 months ago

CDC outlines what fully vaccinated people can do

"Well, the CDC is releasing guidelines now for people who have been fully vaccinated with more Here's Terry Moore. CDC Director Rochelle Wolinsky took part in a virtual briefing of the White House coronavirus response team CDC recommends that's fully vaccinated. People can visit with other fully vaccinated people in small gatherings indoors without wearing masks or physical distancing. As for outside the home, everyone whether vaccinated or not Should continue to avoid medium and large size gatherings as well as non essential travel and when in public spaces should continue to wear a well fitted mass. Wolinsky also repeated warnings about the spread of coronavirus mutations or

CDC Rochelle Wolinsky Terry Moore White House Wolinsky
"terry moore" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:29 min | 11 months ago

"terry moore" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Sort of long shorts. And he's just dancing. On top of some Gonna holler it out to people doing his thing. Although it wasn't like a come join the party it was threatening. Officer shot the man with bean bag rounds, and that's when the guy pulled out a gun and opened fire. Hitting an officer in the hand. The man ran out the back door and barricaded himself in a nearby convenience store. After about an hour, the man surrendered. Then there's a herd of goats. Oh, I'm sorry. It's a herd of goats into donkeys. About 18 goats into donkeys that have taken over landscaping duties at the OSI Fair, spokeswoman Terry Moore says the goats can get too steep areas that are tough for the landscaper. The reason the guard donkeys are here is because we do have some coyotes living on the fairgrounds, but we want to make sure that they're safe and so these donkeys have lived with the herd, and they're very connected to the animals, and they want to protect them. I'm sorry. Say that again. And the reason the guard donkeys here here guard donkeys. And the reason that guard donkeys here here. I've heard it all. Now. Guard donkeys. All right, Morse says the goats provide natural fertilizer and their hooves. Loosen up the ground. So plans Khun be grown. She says the price ends up being the same as human landscapers. So they pay in the goats, the donkeys. The the goats and the donkeys. Did they have a fair wage? But what are we doing here Who gets paid? Do the and the reason that garden keep guard donkeys get paid. All right. We come back, and he did that with a bee sees Alice cast Janos will talk more about the possible scenarios tonight for the election outcome. Everything from Aladdin? Oh, a premature declaration of victory to a long legal fight. All of that's coming up plus your biz bites this morning and guys, This is not We don't have a natural disaster. Happening today. It's It's just a new election. I don't have a hurricane coming. You probably already got your earthquake kit. No need to go out and pat it, but apparently he people are so convinced that things are going to go so awry. That there's going to be so much violence and so much unrest. They are actually stocking up as though it was going to be some sort of national natural disaster Tonight, Robin Banks have you been to.

Officer Janos Khun Robin Banks Terry Moore Morse Alice
"terry moore" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"terry moore" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Smoke and the fire is coming right up. But our top national story this afternoon is the discussion about the presidential debate last night. The debate was considered so contentious that the nonpartisan Commission on Presidential Debates is looking to make some changes as we've been talking about a Cape in case Terry Moore has details. Would you shut up and who is on your list? Joe? The commission put out a statement, saying the first debate made clear that additional structure should be added to the format of the remaining debates to ensure a more orderly discussion of the issues in China. Eight year last show you're the worst whereas in America has ever had. I'm not here to call out his lies. Everybody knows he's a liar, but you I just want the The statement praised Chris Wallace for his professionalism in moderating the chaotic 90 plus minute debate. You know, when your way not prove you're doing it, you're gonna have true gentlemen. Terry. More news 93.1 kfbk, and we're going to get some more on the reaction from both sides of the aisle Here with KFBK is Joe Michael's Kitty. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says President Donald Trump delivered the most graceful performance. The most disgraceful performance at a debate that anyone has ever seen, was maddening. Watch the president last night angry and small. Unable to show in a scintilla of respect. Unable to follow even the most basic rules of human civility or Dick or Schumer, using Shakespeare to describe how President Trump carried himself President Trump's debate performance. Was in the words of Macbeth. A tale told by an idiot. Full of sound and fury, signifying nothing. Schumer going after Trump for refusing to condemn the proud boys in a national debate. He not only refused to condemn a far right group of violent white supremacists, he told them to stand by. Schumer says he's flat out embarrassed for his Republican colleagues over Trump's behavior last night. Meanwhile, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy is applauding the president's performance. The California Republicans saying Trump condemned white supremacy and his record shows it when I watched the debate, I listen to the question by Mr Wallace. When he was asking the question If you listen to it, you heard what the president say Yes. Would you denounce it? What the president say yes. McCarthy Defense President Trump's record against white supremacy. The president said just recently that he was going, Tio. Resonate. Take and antifa as terrorist organizations. This after President Trump told the proud boys, a far right extremist group to stand back and stand by during the bait. Then this morning before leaving for a campaign event, the president told reporters that he has no idea who the proud boys even art, and then whoever they are, they should let law enforcement do their job and stay out of the way. Californians are being asked to save power again this week to avoid strain on the state's power grid. The independent system operator, which manages the grid, is issuing a flex alert for tomorrow from 3 to 10. PM in hopes of avoiding rolling blackouts. It calls for residents to set their thermostats to no lower than 78 degrees and to avoid using washing machines and other major appliances. The sow is also issuing a restricted maintenance notice says of tomorrow morning at six, meaning power generators aren't allowed to take their facilities off line for routine maintenance. Wildfires. News.

President Trump president Chuck Schumer Chris Wallace Terry Moore Joe Michael Kevin McCarthy America California China Joe Dick
"terry moore" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"terry moore" Discussed on KTOK

"Be eligible for that is any state in the nation has the same restrictions. So we have six weeks from August 1st through September 5th that we will be paying out, and she says those benefits will be paid starting today and then throughout the week, anyone who has received at least $100 and jobless benefits from August burst through September 5th. And is unemployed because of the pandemic qualifies for the extra wages. President Trump hitting China again over the global Corona virus pandemic. Here's Terry Moore. Trump said a pre recorded speech to the U. N General Assembly during the UN's annual fall meetings. We have waged a fierce battle against the invisible enemy, the China virus, which has claimed countless lives in 188 countries. We must hold accountable the nation which unleashed this plague onto the world China, the president again defended his administration's response to the pandemic. In the United States will launch the most aggressive mobilization since the second World War. We will defeat the virus, we will end the pandemic. I'm Terry Moore, Oklahoma Congresswoman Kendra Horn today introduced a bill to provide educators an additional 25% hazard pay. For time that they're required to spend in person at a public school during the pandemic, she says teachers, paraprofessionals counselors, cafeteria staff, custodians and other school staff would all qualify. Oklahoma US Senator Jim Inhofe says he looks forward to a thorough and swift consideration of President Trump's Supreme Court nominee. Inhofe says historical precedent supports the Senate considering an election your vacancy when the same party holds the White House and Senate Majority Senator James Lankford says he looks forward to voting before the end of the year, he says if the president puts forward a nomination The Senate has the authority to provide advice and consent. And he says he takes.

President Trump president Senator James Lankford China Senator Jim Inhofe Terry Moore Senate United States Oklahoma Supreme Court Kendra Horn UN White House U. N General Assembly
House expected to pass massive coronavirus relief package

America in the Morning

01:06 min | 1 year ago

House expected to pass massive coronavirus relief package

"Passed by the Senate the U. S. house takes up that massive economic stimulus bill this morning at twenty two till Terry Moore reports the roughly two trillion dollar economic recovery package is the largest in history a response to the growing economic fallout from the coronavirus crisis it passed the Senate unanimously and speaker Nancy Pelosi expects a similar outcome in the house it will pass hello C. argued the national response to the corona virus outbreak must be guided by science so that we can really address the challenge that we face in a scientific evidence based way she also defended the amount of money in the stimulus this is an emergency and every dollar that we spend is in an investment in the lives in the livelihood of the American people house Republican leader Kevin McCarthy accused Democrats of stalling the bill for days by pushing political priorities this is the time we have to come together to deliver real results what Democrats did with a total disgrace after expected passage by the house the stimulus bill will be sent to

Senate Terry Moore Nancy Pelosi C. Kevin Mccarthy
"terry moore" Discussed on AP News

AP News

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"terry moore" Discussed on AP News

"Local Connor second period tie breaking goal propelled the Colorado Avalanche their seventh straight win a 21 final over the Detroit Red Wings o'connor scored on a breakaway beating Jonathan Bernier for a second goal of the season Vladyslav Mets the cost what is fourteenth goal and first with the avalanche after recently being acquired in a trade goalie Michael Hutchinson also recently acquired collected his first win in his first start the avalanche winners of 8 straight on the road troll Saint Louis by 1.for the top spot in the Western Conference Anthony Mantha scored for the red wings have lost 6 straight Terry Moore Detroit

Connor Detroit Red Wings Jonathan Bernier Michael Hutchinson Saint Louis Anthony Mantha Detroit Colorado Terry Moore
Avalanche win season-high 7th straight, 2-1 over Red Wings

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Avalanche win season-high 7th straight, 2-1 over Red Wings

"Local Connor second period tie breaking goal propelled the Colorado Avalanche their seventh straight win a two one final over the Detroit Red Wings o'connor scored on a breakaway beating Jonathan Bernier for a second goal of the season Vladyslav Mets the cost what is fourteenth goal and first with the avalanche after recently being acquired in a trade goalie Michael Hutchinson also recently acquired collected his first win in his first start the avalanche winners of eight straight on the road troll Saint Louis by one point for the top spot in the Western Conference Anthony Mantha scored for the red wings have lost six straight Terry Moore Detroit

Connor Detroit Red Wings Jonathan Bernier Michael Hutchinson Saint Louis Anthony Mantha Detroit Colorado Terry Moore
Nevada caucuses: With all precincts in, Sanders has the momentum

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Nevada caucuses: With all precincts in, Sanders has the momentum

"Vermont senator Bernie Sanders has the momentum after victories in the New Hampshire primary and Saturdays caucuses in Nevada the American all sick and tired of the government which is based on greed corruption and lies former VP Joe Biden finished second in Nevada and badly needs a win in South Carolina to keep his campaign alive four years of Donald Trump we can god willing if we win we can make that up another ratio Saturday's South Carolina primary happens only three days before super Tuesday with more than a dozen states voting Terry Moore news ninety three point one K. F. B.

Senator Bernie Sanders New Hampshire Nevada Joe Biden South Carolina Donald Trump Vermont VP Terry Moore K. F. B
"terry moore" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"terry moore" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"To reach a truce with the Taliban after nearly two decades of fighting for Terry Moore Gasper is cautiously optimistic about this deal with the Taliban that could eventually lead to US troops leaving Afghanistan the first step is a seven day truce which could begin as soon as Monday during that time the Taliban has agreed not to target American or Afghan forces assuming that goes well the peace deal could be signed within ten days leading to a nationwide ceasefire negotiations between the Taliban and Afghan government and a timetable for the withdrawal of US troops have been fighting there for the past eighteen years there are currently twelve thousand American soldiers in Afghanistan in this weekend defense secretary asper said troop levels could be reduced to eighty six hundred if this deal pans out even if the peace deal is signed counterterrorism operations would still continue in Afghanistan our next update coming up eleven I'm Daniel shelling came away eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM the voice of Colorado weather traffic still be peace come down in the high country west on I seventy back again the wilderness for over thirty miles but frees up right around mid term eastbound I. seventy from right after can heal your back to for about two miles so just four sacks a mountain overlooking really clear right now in DA security wait times are about ten minutes I twenty five north bound as a plant closure tonight starting at ten o'clock to five thirty tomorrow morning detours will be in place and be careful out there box three one pinpoint weather warts and partly cloudy skies this afternoon we reached a high of fifty a bit chilly I will twenty five the chance for snow late Monday afternoon high of forty two a story makes a little of the team right now it's thirty six already race okay away if you work in a team you have.

Taliban Terry Moore Gasper US Afghanistan asper Daniel Colorado
"terry moore" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"terry moore" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"Likes to get up and start charging for it yeah these are good the this is the service we provide I also think we stop calling ganks how about that well when they look at one more one Frank can weigh in it's time to wake bad **** up on my hands wake me up man he would be doing is going down I have all the we're going to go down you know we messing with right now capital Jim Jones I'm asking who are you know they call it radio how is it is all boys hi this sounds almost do a lot of you know he's our real pain hi my name is Terry Moore some on your side she was a vampire main about Jules this is twelve the way that we can do these gems of Churchill as Jim relaxed my friend my families are talk about working out you can get aggressive I I I there is every morning on it as we do my one issue.

Frank Jim Jones Terry Moore Jules Churchill
"terry moore" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

06:30 min | 1 year ago

"terry moore" Discussed on KOMO

"Drama starts today in the house rules committee Terry Moore reports the committee will meet to set procedures for the debate in the full house which is expected tomorrow house democratic leaders seem to get a final vote on impeachment sometime tomorrow trump is accused of abusing power and obstructing Congress in the Ukraine scandal if he is impeached a subsequent trial will happen in the Senate the trial must be fair Senate democratic leader Chuck Schumer and it's very important that the American people catch it to be fair conducting an impeachment trial in the Senate is enormously weighty and solemn responsibility Schumer pushed his call for witness testimony from some current and former White House officials trials have witnesses his witness list includes acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney and former national security adviser John Bolton the Senate trial would determine whether trump is removed from office that's a highly unlikely scenario in the Republican led Senate I'm Terry Moore on Capitol Hill Jim Bohannon at twenty two before the hour welcome center gas to has studied to an area of our nation's potential defense witness we're talking with don trouble he began as an expert on the air carrier service he was the president of an air carrier and then he began exploring how to protect the air carrier fleet from an electromagnetic pulse attack any you develop that into a ten year mission exploring our entire vulnerability to such an attack and he's not come up with something called safer state project dot com which will explain first of all for those who don't know what is an electromagnetic pulse it's good to be here and electromagnetic holes is a set of very powerful frequencies that that gets hurtled towards the surface of the earth and when they hit the earth they destroy our technology the wipe out our our cars are transportation or communication and we become trapped and isolated and then we suffered star very catastrophic now than you could do this with the relatively small a nuclear device I guess something on the order of of what hit Japan in World War two it didn't have to be one of those blockbuster hydrogen bombs and you do you set it off the in the in the stratosphere you probably would be able to see it from the ground right that's correct hi Jack this is the old stuff it's just it's a matter of where you detonate that nuclear bomb and it's when it detonated very odd about the the U. S. all slaves are magnified and they come straight for the year now that when we we talk about power outages and the like this is not what you're thinking many of you well I've been through power outages we have the power out for two or three days one time no we're talking about the power of possibly being out for months maybe even years refrigeration is god transportation is gone no food that can be stored no power to pub water if you're a diabetic once the insulin runs out and that's the last insulin you're going to get and what is the estimated death toll from a successful EMP attack on this country dog June the experts gate believe that upwards of ninety percent of us will pairs within the first year that is to say a country of approaching three of the thirty million would become a country of thirty million yes and that may be a conservative that's depicted may be it you know there's really America's god if we get hit America's got and whoever may be alive after a year you know it's it's not a good situation these deeds now then what is the safest state project in and the website safe the state project dot com because it's not as though there's nothing we can do now in and you know we're kind of in a conundrum right now hardening it can only occur we have a unified government so safety is attempting to fill that gap that our government can't feel today so we provided the one platform that can unite the American people with a very simple three step procedure they get those on the same page it allows us to preserve critical equipment on our property in our communities so that is any anti it happens we have that backup infrastructure that can keep us alive that can allow us to unite and go out there and rebuild what's been destroyed twenty sat and you just to briefly you can learn more of course at save state project dot com what basically are the steps he threw three steps and the first one is to preserve critical equipment in a fairly cage a fairly cages simply for the purpose of this discussion it's a metal box and whatever goes inside Steve's safe it's shielded from me and P. so if everybody shields the same basic equipment and of course there's there is people are gonna want to shield more than just the basic witness but we all have the same basic equipment communication transportation we've got the tools to survive now we combine now we is standardized food stores fuel stores and all the things that we need to keep our families going for you know a few months and now we've got in even more effective plan but what you need is the final staff which is a standardized set of procedures so everybody's on the same page so that you can you know when your food stores right out you have a pre arranged plan on how to turn the supply chain in word and keep the community alive in awhile three steps very simple and that for that the purpose is to keep it simple they give us what we need to survive and in a week we all to compel the government to come on board and shield a Senate she will level right don trouble are against an expert on EMP the website safe state project dot com.

Terry Moore
"terry moore" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"terry moore" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"President trump is moving closer to reality Terry Moore brings us the latest impeachment hearing in the house the house Judiciary Committee heard from for legal scholars Stanford law professor Pamela Carlin said the founding fathers would be horrified by trump's behavior in the Ukraine scandal when president trump invited in dean demanded foreign involvement in our upcoming election he struck at the very heart of what makes this a Republic to which we pledge allegiance Harvard law professor Noah Feldman president trump has committed impeachable high crimes and misdemeanors by corruptly abusing the office of the presidency George Washington University law professor Jonathan Turley argued against impeachment I believe this impeachment not only fails to satisfy the standard of past impeachment I would create a dangerous precedent for future impeachment Turley said the evidence against trump is then and the process is being rushed Republicans tried to slow down the hearing with some parliamentary maneuvers but those efforts were quashed by Democrats who hold the majority on the committee I'm carry more on Capitol Hill to one eight two now before the hour Jim beau Hannon has some background on where the nation's sentiment stands in light of the hearings and welcomes in his guest for more discussion we've had day one of the impeachment hearings before the house Judiciary Committee a day not so much of the specific with this is regarding particular actions by the president but a day of the legal philosophy by legal scholars joining us is doctor Peter Marie see a columnist and business professor at the university of Maryland and the is a national columnist following on Twitter at P. Marie C. one B. O. R. I see I am the numeral one your thoughts on day one of the Judiciary Committee hearings well three witnesses picked by the Democrats only one by that the Republicans it was not a day of legal philosophy by legal scholars it was rather a day of partisan ruminations by deeply ideological and not very contemplative professors that was not a good day for a free for the academic if for academics nor for Congress you know with that of the the Democrats know the votes are not there to convict the president and the Senate trial to remove him from office this is an exercise in public relations designed to convince voters that they should not vote for Donald Trump again com twenty twenty next November so in that regard most of the polls I've seen at the three different polls showing the president's standing actually improving so if it is an exercise of public relations as it would seem to be it's not working well we'll find out in November if it's not working my feeling is it's a terrible distraction for the work of the American people they want progress on things like healthcare and everything he tries to do they block they did or they take him in front of an old bomber appointed judge who could give them a favorable ruling by this impeachment exercise is a terrible distraction it weakens the president in a weakened America a brought and I think that's very bad you have some good things to say about Nancy Pelosi slots on drug prices what are they well we don't have a competitive market for for prescription drugs in particular those that are still under patent not generics hello even some generics are rigged and that this needs to be addressed and probably the only way we can reasonably address it is with price regulation the drug companies are behaving in terribly responsible their price gouging they're charging as much.

trump Terry Moore President
Impeachment Inquiry Catch-Up: A Vote By House Democrats Makes It Official

America in the Morning

03:16 min | 2 years ago

Impeachment Inquiry Catch-Up: A Vote By House Democrats Makes It Official

"The possible impeachment of president trump is gaining momentum in the U. S. house Terry Moore reports house speaker Nancy Pelosi announced the vote on a democratic resolution moving the impeachment process forward they are two hundred and thirty two the nays are one hundred and ninety six during a capital breathing hello see insisted Democrats are protecting the constitution from a president who says that I can do what ever I want and not sell house Republican leader Kevin McCarthy called an unprecedented undemocratic unfair investigation Oklahoma Republican Tom Cole it's not a fair process it's not an open process it's not a transparent process but instead is limited with a pre ordained outcome Massachusetts Democrat Jim McGovern we are not here in some partisan exercise we are here because the facts compel us to be here the next phase of impeachment will be highlighted by open televised hearings guidelines have also been set for witness testimony I'm Terry Moore on Capitol Hill Bob Constantini now at twenty two before the hour has the initial reaction from the White House after the U. S. house voted to formalize the impeachment process the greatest witch hunt in American history that's a presidential tweet the first broader White House reaction from press secretary Stephanie Grisham the president has done nothing wrong and the Democrats know it Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats unhinged obsession with this illegitimate impeachment proceeding does not hurt president trump it hurts the American people instead of focusing on pressing issues that impact real families the Democrats are choosing everyday to waste time with Sam impeachment a blatantly partisan attempt to destroy the president president trump did not appear in public but did call into LBC radio in London for a program hosted by the leader of brings it a desperate desperate it's the only way they're going to try and win the election this week because I can wear the fairway the White House and the duties that impeachment by the house is almost a foregone conclusion the president had some GOP senators in for lunch Thursday after the house vote to shore up soon support Mr trump is also planning three rallies next week in the south the White House might add some staffers and lawyers to deal with the formalized impeachment process it is a vote the president and Republicans have been saying needs to be taken before they might cooperate no presidential counselor kellyanne Conway declaring it's too late they move the goalpost completely no they can't do anything that would make this investigation legitimate as for word that former national security adviser John Bolton might appear before the three committees looking into impeachment Conway and the position that former officials quick access to the president should not cooperate has not changed in the actual impeachment hearing room lawmakers continue to depose witnesses from appointee to the National Security Council Tim Morrison resigned Wednesday apparently so he could honor a subpoena appearing behind closed doors Thursday the Russia expert according to sources told committee members from both parties he listened into the phone conversation president trump and with Ukraine's president on July twenty fifth Morrison reportedly said he found nothing illegal in the president asking voters Lynskey for a favor to investigate Democrats but Marcin added he knew the call transcript could be problematic reportedly said he did not want it made

President Trump Twenty Fifth
Donald Trump Compares Impeachment Probe To Lynching

America in the Morning

01:06 min | 2 years ago

Donald Trump Compares Impeachment Probe To Lynching

"President trump is calling the house impeachment inquiry a lynching Terry Moore reports trump's tweets set off a firestorm on Capitol Hill New York democratic congressman Hakeem Jeffries the president should not compare a constitutionally mandated impeachment inquiry to such a dangerous and dark chapter of American history Massachusetts Democrat Kathryn Clark I don't know how to characterize died from a president except as grotesque meantime that's not the language I would use house Republican leader Kevin McCarthy I don't agree with that language is pretty simple White House spokesman Hogan Gidley tried to explain trumps tweet but the presence I comparing what happened to him with one of our darkest moments in American history he's just not what he's explaining clearly is the way he's been treated by the media said he announced for president and South Carolina Republican senator Lindsey Graham called the tweet accurate so yeah this is a lynching and everything yes this is on American Graham said impeachment is a sham and a

Donald Trump Terry Moore President Trump Kathryn Clark Kevin Mccarthy Hogan Gidley Lindsey Graham Capitol Hill New York Congressman Hakeem Jeffries Massachusetts White House South Carolina Senator
"terry moore" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"terry moore" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"To the nation from the White House trump called the deadly shootings wicked and evil in one voice our nation must condemn racism bigotry and white supremacy he called this a time of shock and horror for the nation Hey it has no place in America hatred warps the mind ravages the heart and devours the soul trump vowed to go after the evil contagion of gun violence we have to do that in a bi partisan manner trump did not address critics who have challenged his rhetoric in Washington I'm Terry Moore NBC news radio your reaction on of the shootings coming up in a moment as well first we take a few Wall Street where stocks are closing sharply lower thinking hundreds of points before the closing bell looks like the Dow was gonna finish down about seven hundred sixty six points and is nearly three percent on the day the nasdaq off three and a half percent of the day two hundred seventy eight points the S. and P. five hundred also off about three points on the day beacon economics founder Christopher thorn birds as the fundamentals of the economy are still fine except for excessive market volatility people panic and start selling into the into the into the the the decline in prices and you're going to get hit because these prices will bounce back I once again the Dow down more than seven hundred points you have been reacting to the mass shootings over the weekend many say the current political climate in Washington DC needs nothing will get done unfortunately there's no solution to our gun violence in America at the moment as long as you have one party that wants to take your guns away and another party that wants to arm everybody to the teeth there's not gonna be any common ground.

America Washington White House Terry Moore NBC founder Christopher thorn three percent
"terry moore" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"terry moore" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"You know it's done when you've lost ABC news this is ABC news is Terry Moore Terry Terry Moran after the smaller hearings yesterday so I I don't think Nancy Pelosi is going to stand for her members bring forth something that is going to be losing the Senate loser the American public and the problem with with with Muller's testimony on this issue is that he had to carry the ball for them some way whether he wanted to or not at least by being a vigorous strong rock solid prosecutor and he looked like somebody had slowed a step or two and perhaps as one of the revised Republicans certain but I think maybe wasn't even control all those angry Democrats maybe the figure had somebody from the past that they put there so they could do their dirty work that's the the theory they're coming out with is not to be bought by Democrats but they needed more they need more fuel for any impeachment worse Republican brought up some things other people didn't know about until first the double standard exoneration for anybody else before we we don't bring up on what did I tell you for the hearings I said they are going to rue the day here is David Gergen one of the analysts on CNN he's a political guy he's worked for both Republicans and Democrats he's considered be kind of a down the middle kind of guy listen to this sadly I think a lot of members of Congress had a better understanding what was in the report that he did did more help Republicans right there was a big moment my people I'm rather report the gonna see mark Republicans or conservatives are crying out now that this was a disaster for the Democrats no but just Mahler's hesitancy but in fact the substance he wasn't there and they they came prepared to fight I had not expected that the man they were much more coordinated they presented the you know they present things frankly have we ever talked about much on CNN that just kind of went by real fast let's just marinate on that just a little bit he they raised issues we haven't talked about much here on CNN not just he raised issues he's admit that these are issues that are important and we did not cover them why because we hate crop coordinated presented you know they present things frankly have we haven't talked about much on CNN aspects of this that are on the right but we don't know we have a business and because we don't put much stock in a lot of what they're arguing what in the mission is that you know I guess I got I got to say something he's got some stuff I mean honestly that this whole business about exoneration we we haven't really thought too much about about all that there's no we're in there and all this stuff about he's bound by the office of legal counsel but on the other hand he says that when bart told him when Boris said that that mother told him I didn't reach any conclusion on obstruction of justice but had nothing to do with we'll see and mother had to admit that the statement they put out with consistent these are the bring it on stuff that nobody else did we sadly I think a lot of members of Congress had a better understanding of what was in the report that he did did more help Republicans today right there is a big month by people I'm rather report the gonna see mark I'm sorry for crying out now that this was a disaster for the Democrats to that of the one just Mahler's hesitancy but in fact the surplus he wasn't there and they they came prepared to fight I had not expected that the man they were much more coordinated they presented the you know they present things frankly have we haven't talked about much on CNN have you received a letter from the IRS bank account been living paycheck garnish fear factor here is worse than getting caught with your hand the cookie jar you know what I mean the clock is ticking not going to get any better if you wait need.

Terry Terry Moran Nancy Pelosi ABC Terry Moore
"terry moore" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

12:31 min | 2 years ago

"terry moore" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"House speaker Nancy Pelosi says she is not feeling pressured on impeachment as Terry Moore reports during a capital briefing, Pelosi said this about growing calls among Democrats to start impeachment proceedings against President Trump make no mistake. We know exactly what path, where on. We know exactly, what actions we need to take Berlow say called impeachment and indictment and set a rock solid case must be built first. And while that may take more time than some people wanted to take I respect their impatience. There's great grief and sadness and pain in our country about the behavior of this president of the United States. Meantime, pelosi. Criticized Trump's threaten tariffs on Mexico. That's what it is. It's a distraction from the mother report and it served this purpose really on here. We are. She argued that Trump is wandering into dangerous territory with tariffs on Mexico and said American consumers would be punished. I'm Terry Moore on Capitol Hill and we'll talk about that tonight. Another issues in the company of criminal defense attorney Mike chase, who among other things as written how to become a federal criminal published by Adria books, and subtitled and illustrated handbook for the Spiring offender. Yes. Obviously, we have to get right into that. But now on the issue of to impeach or not to impeach that is the question you got the answers there. Michael. Well, I think look, I mean, this is a very different process than typical criminal trial, which is what a lot of people were wondering what's going to happen political process. And right now, what you're seeing is you're seeing Jerry Nadler and Nancy Pelosi, sorta get pressed in. The public square about whether or not they're going to, you know, move forward, whether they're going to make this happen. And I thought there was some interesting remarks today from from Jerry Nadler, that, that sort of tell you, what's going on, which is Nadler said, hey, look, we think that the president has lied to the public. We think that the attorney general had lied to the public about what's in the mullahs report. And so right now we have to get the facts out and educate the American people. Those are his words either, we have to educate the American people. So really, they're really trying to win in the political sphere in the public eye before they, they know whether they want to move forward, which which is not what prosecutors do when they're commencing a criminal trial. Do you buy Nancy, Pelosi's comment, the Democrats know exactly what path on? Doesn't sound like it to me. I know that people are trying to keep their powder as dry as possible, because they know that their otherwise going to have to reap the political winds if they if they end up going the wrong way. I mean look, we don't have that many impeachments in history to tell us what the public is going to think now. And if Clinton's impeachment is any indication, they know that there can be extreme blowback from doing that. I think that right now they're trying to figure out are we are we in the same kind of context, we were with Clinton where things change sufficiently that this makes good political sense. Of course so far in terms, obviously a lot of people can be impeached. Number of people have over the years, members of congress, federal judges, and so on, on the presidential front. The process is, oh for two two presidents have been impeached. Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton, both of whom served out their terms in office, as a boring, Richard Nixon, who obviously would have been impeached and convicted. Had he not resigned? Do you subscribe to Jerry Ford's view on said that an impeachable offense is whatever a majority of the house of Representative says it is at any given point in history. Well the courts may disagree with that. But functionally pragmatically that is what it is. Right. I mean, because what we're talking about is a political process that many folks don't agree on. I think there's a good chance that Nadler and Pelosi don't even agree on it. But, but functionally that would be correct. And the question is, what would have to say? If this was ever tested in the courts at some point down the road, but, but ultimately, the prerogative is Congress's and in, it is not a sufficiently defined process for anybody to have comfort about about a one how it's going to be viewed. But also functionally how it should proceed. One eight six six five zero jimbo's, our number one eight six six five zero five four six two six as we talked to Mike chase the author of how to become a federal criminal, we'll give you the entire skinny on just how you do that here of it later on. But of course, it seems that the emphasis certainly from the Muller report has shifted away from the notion of, of some kind of collusion involving the Trump campaign and the Russians to the issue of -struction of Justice, including a possibly even to include the firing of James Comey as FBI director, you're an attorney, and I would like your thoughts on whether or not a president may function, a power that is expressly within his discretion and prerogative to, to us and be guilty of obstruction of Justice. This was really right? Thrust of, of what bars memo that very controversial bar memo was which was he was essentially saying he used. Terms, you know, especially facially law for facially permissible actions. Right. So the question is, if the president within their presidential prerogative can do things direct hiring firing can direct people to take certain actions, and that would be objectively legal? You know, you cannot possibly be obstruction and there's some really robust. And I think convincing debate on both sides about it. Right. And so I think on the one hand bar probably does make a convincing case that there are many, many things if you, if you subscribe to the unitary executive theory, right? Everything within the executive branch is effectively under the president's discretion. And, and if the president is saying, look, I think that this is a law enforcement investigation going on within my branch of government. That is not meritorious and doesn't serve the interests of the country. Certainly he has the ability to terminate it on the other hand, you know some academics have made good points. They've said there are lots of things that could be facially lawful that you could do that are no, less obstruction of Justice. Here's a good example. Right. Nobody would deny that fretting or destroying document. That's evidence against you of a crime is, is obstruction of. Of justice. Right. If you're trying to do it to conceal evidence against you, but it's perfectly legal in the aggregate to crumple a piece of paper, put it through the reason it's a crime is because you're doing it for the purpose of concealing evidence of a crime. And so here you know, you've got good arguments on both sides. Ultimately, what you have to do is you have to walk through an elements analysis and where everything breaks down is what, what I and I think most criminal defense lawyers would argue is the most important point which is criminal intent. It's very hard to peer into the head of somebody, and I think that's where Muller's report came out, which was where he had tough time was deciding what was the mental state of the president when he was taking actions over otherwise, facially lawful. One eight six six five zero JIMBO our number one eight six six five zero five four six two six and attorney Mike. Chase is our guest. Jim calls in from Fayetteville Arkansas, Jim, good evening. Welcome. This reminds me of, you know, they are similar to other presidents have tried to get tried to impeach like even Andrew j. Agia Jackson, if you go back to Jackson, they attempted a peach him, right? He was. It wasn't even a scoundrel, and he was doing all these things when you look at Donald Trump, what they don't like is they don't like his, his antiabortion. They don't like his gun policies. They don't like his wall policies, they don't like these immigration. That's the things like that, that are really creating this Nancy didn't want to say that today but Nancy Pelosi hates him. Because he's everything that she doesn't stand for that's the whole thing here. And I think I think really American public is sick of this because it's very clear now. It's very clear that investigation of Donald Trump. It all spawned on something that wasn't even factual and it was paying by off in research. Your plan. Your, your phone's a little bit weak there, Jim. But we get the thrust of what you're saying. In terms of, of what Jim put forward their Mike chase presumably by that argument, you could ignore the president's in your face demeanor and constant tweeting and sometimes insulting. And frankly time sophomoric words and you could put almost any conservative, EMMY office of president, and you could see them facing impeachment charges. If it is strictly a matter of a clash of issues, your thoughts. Yeah. I think that's what a, a, a large swath of America's actually concerned about, which is exactly what the caller was referencing was, was that this is not a process that some are concerned is actually trying to satisfy the constitutional standard of high crimes and misdemeanors. But it is in fact, simply in an effort on do democratic election. You know, others will will have all kinds of retorts to that. But at the end of the day, if we start going down a road where a large percentage of America is convinced that a political body of, of folks in Washington have undone an election for the purpose of pure politics. I think that that's going to be deeply unsettling turn of events. And, and you're right. I mean, if you did really is just breaking down on partisan lines. I'm not sure what the next fifty or one hundred years of this country. Looks like I, I would note, for example, just to, to look at a couple of actions that occurred under President Obama, who at one point, he simply chain. Changed the employer mandate under ObamaCare presidents may not do that. They may not amend a law. They may sign a Bill into law or have it have their veto of that, Bill overridden, but they may not change a law an amendment already passed and he did it. And nobody said a word the treaty with Iran, which was obviously, by any definition of the, of the term. It was a treaty demanded that there be Senate approval of that treaty at, at one point under oath, and testimony, secretary of state. John Kerry admitted as much and said, in so many words. Well, we could have submitted it as a treaty. But, but we would have lost as if that's the, the litmus test for whether or not something is submitted as a treaty now on either of those grounds. I believe that the parties involved could have been impeached, and yet they were not. Well, that's exactly true. And actually speaks to a much bigger problem within the executive branch that's been going on for a long time. I mean, I, I have I have an op-ed and the Washington Post out last night, and it's about this sort of exact issue, which is that congress on its own accord has given a lot of power over to the executive branch. But then, you know, on the flip side, the executive branch sort of taken by force over the years power to itself. And so the, the things that you've touched on are examples of, of the two branches fighting against one another because of things that they politically disagree with. But you're right. If each one of those things is going to is form the basis of, of an appeasement in a removal from office, you know, a lot of folks are gonna scratch their heads in question. What does high crimes and misdemeanors? Mean does it really just mean I don't give this president of five star review. I dislike them politically. Wants that or would be comfortable with that, when, you know, the inning ends and the team switch and a follow up there before we take a break, and then come back with some more phone calls, and that would be going back to the, the whole notion of, of just, I'll tell you what we're overdue for the brakes, I'm going to I'm going to save that question, and that follow up, and we'll come back with more with Mike chase the book how to become a.

president Nancy Pelosi President Trump Mike chase Jerry Nadler congress attorney executive Bill Clinton Jim Mexico Muller America Terry Moore United States Berlow President Obama Jerry Ford
"terry moore" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"terry moore" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Judiciary committee thinks attorney general Bill bars should be held in contempt of congress, Terry. Moore says the committee has Senate contempt for oil to the full house. The attorney general has refused to honor a subpoena for special counsel, Robert Muller's unredacted. Final report Louisiana Republican Mike Johnson on the contemporary furrow. Frankly, it is shameful. The American people deserve better before the committee vote, President Trump asserted. Executive privilege in an effort to seal redacted portions of the report and underlying materials, Texas, Democrats Sheila jackson-lee, the president now seeks to take a wrecking ball through the constitution of the United States of America. On Capitol Hill. I'm Terry Moore. NBC News Radio vote was along party lines. Twenty four to sixteen in favor of the contempt citation in the democratic controlled House Judiciary committee, New York state, senators passing a Bill that could make it easier for congress to get access to President Trump's tax returns the trust act passed by thirty nine to twenty one today meaning could make its way to governor Cuomo's desk, if the state assembly passes, it it would change state law along the department of taxation finance to release any state tax return to the House Ways and means committee, the Senate finance committee or the joint committee on taxation bills language stipulates. The request must be made quote for any specific and legitimate legislative purpose, huge fight or Landsberg. Bowling alley late this morning dates back to the. Nineteen thirties. Fire broke out of the alpha lanes little after ten within an hour of the building was a total loss. Eric McMahon, Troy's fire chief says fortunately, no one was seriously hurt initially. We had thought that we had two firefighters declared a mayday we the how rapidly. Conditions deteriorated. It was to say that it was tense for those for those several minutes..

Judiciary committee Terry Moore president House Judiciary committee Senate finance committee Trump congress attorney Bill bars Senate Robert Muller NBC Mike Johnson Sheila jackson-lee Louisiana Landsberg governor Cuomo special counsel
"terry moore" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"terry moore" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Treason. What they did was terrible. What they did. It was against our constitution. And everything we stand for Trump also called it an attempted coup. I'm Terry Moore on Capitol Hill twenty two till now during a Republican fundraiser in Texas, President Trump was so struck by horrific stories from the border that he summoned the press for an impromptu news conference from the Lone Star state correspondent Clayton Neville reports. After hearing from Texas landowners at an event in San Antonio, the president said he would send more military to the southern border. The president said he didn't plan to meet with reporters but dealt he had to after hearing stories from Texans who live near the border. I could you tell the press because this is a thing that's been going on for years. One longtime Texas landowner told the president the people crossing the border are different than they used to be. They're not good guys different deals in years ago. You could have some big concert SU Cada they come in. They get the late. You know, they've been there that President Trump were called. Story from Texan about bodies found on his ranch. I said how many of the folks that we have seven in the last fairly shook their time seven I seven that's one person. The president said if migrants are dying in Texas, they're dying in other places along the border. Just hours later Trump made the short trip to the international union of operating engineers international training center in Crosby, Texas, you take pride in.

Trump president Texas Clayton Neville Terry Moore San Antonio Crosby
"terry moore" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

08:20 min | 2 years ago

"terry moore" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Meteorologist Chris Farrell for CVS twelve news beautiful Wednesday morning. Cool clear and calm at a mostly sunny skies throughout the day with the mild high of seventy five turning, Wendy and colder this Wednesday afternoon. Northwest ways at twenty miles an hour this afternoon colder tonight, lows near forty eight a cold and windy on Thursday with a high of sixty eight low near fifty. Onto the Sierra where it's been piling up quite a bit. That's the nation's weather. I'm AccuWeather dot com. Meteorologist Heather zehr. German insurance company Munich Ray, says the northern California wildfire that killed dozens of people and burned down the town of paradise was the world's costliest single natural disaster last year. The reinsurance giant says the November fire caused overall losses of sixteen point five billion some twelve point five billion insured. Twenty three before the hour. Captain marvel is on the Hollywood minute with David Daniel later in the show. I this is America in the morning. I'm John trout addressing the nation. President Trump maintains there is a growing humanitarian and security crisis at the US Mexican border Terry Moore reports during his first Oval Office address to the nation. Trump said lax border security, prompts, violent crime and the flow of illicit drugs. Our southern borders a pipeline for vast quantities of illegal drugs, including meth heroin cocaine and Fenton, oh every week. Three hundred of our citizens are killed by heroin alone. Meantime, Trump blamed Democrats for the ongoing partial shutdown of the government, the federal government remained shut down for one reason. And one reason only because Democrats will not fund border security Trump made another. The case for a massive wall on the southern border, which he referred to as a physical barrier. He insisted it would quickly pay for it. Self democratic house speaker Nancy Pelosi accused Trump of promoting misinformation and malice. She said there are legitimate bipartisan solutions for border security on the table at the president is rejecting these bipartisan bills, which would reopen government over his obsession with fortune forcing American taxpayers to waste billions of dollars on expensive and ineffective wall along. He always promised. Mexico would pay for Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer said the symbol of America should be the statue of liberty. Not a thirty foot wall. I'm terry. Moore in Washington Twenty-one till did the presidential address have any weight on the border wall. Impasse jimbohannon picks it up again, we have heard from President Trump. We've heard from the democratic congressional leadership and not a great deal is new Alexander's professor of political science at Saint. Peter's university in Jersey City, New jersey and a former senior reporter for time magazine. What did you hear of anything that was new or advanced the debate? If at all, well, I don't think there was much here that advance the debate. I don't think the needle move at all or very much. We heard both sides make their case in a formal way to the American people. And that really was what the gist of it to make the case because I think that that's who will ultimately make the decision public opinion will be the deciding factor as to which side blinks which side seeks a compromise. That's the way shutdowns have been resolved in the past. Usually once I find himself on the losing side of the public opinion. And that's usually the one that links caves have to wonder why it is that most of this opposition came about since Donald Trump was elected president. And since prominent New York congressman Joe Crowley was beaten by Alexandria, or Cossio Cortez. Frightening. The democratic leadership. About their parties on the left wing in the past. And we've heard all the sound bites of of the various leaders, Hillary Clinton included all being four border barriers and Chuck Schumer, offering an impassioned plea that people enter the country illegally should not be treated the same. As those who enter legally, why the sudden change other than just the abject fear that the Democratic Party left wing is going to throw them out of office. Well, the only changes at the president insists on the wall period. Everybody has agreed that there needs to be border security. Now, you can discuss it, you know, people have different ideas, different views, but that's what congress is for. That's what the negotiations between the president and the congress for four. Also, we have a government of shared powers and different points of view need to be put on the table and negotiated in a calm and aims deliberate environment. That's what the founders talked about a deliberative congress. If you're going to have ultimatum if you're built to draw a line in the sand. Sand lines in the sand. That is going to short circuit the system and put it in a situation where we are now, which is a shut down. Although the president may have have found the wall to be a convenient metaphor. But as president as a candidate and before he was a candidate going back as far as I can find back to twenty fifteen over three years ago, the president was referred to our southern border as being two thousand miles long close enough ended it needed about a thousand miles of wall. He is always recognized the fact that you weren't talking about building a vertical physical recognizable wall from Brownsville, Texas, all the way to San Diego. And I think his his core understands that as well. Well, which makes it all the more reason why we need to have a line in the sand sand over this. The president has made it a very central point to talk about the wall and Mexico will pay for the wall when you campaign, you engage in sloganeering, he did engage in sloganeering and sometimes. It comes back to bite you the president needs to make very clear that he's four border security, and that he's willing to negotiate barriers whatever one calls them and also discuss the possibilities if human assets, and technology and so forth. I said that in his speech. What was new about the speech not much in terms of substance? But what I thought was interesting was the tone. He spoke a lot about human assets in about technology and about bringing about modern waves to control border and detect by. Tonight of an afterthought. But don't forget that that merely having cameras drones. And what have you merely means you can detect border violations? There's nothing there to prevent people from coming across unless you are forced to fire tear gas at them or or or bullets which would not be my choice or letting them in. Which would also not be my choice an actual barrier. Simply keeps them on one side and us on the other side. And I find it interesting that the the statement that will be paired several times from Nancy Pelosi about how a war is immoral. I'd never heard her ever explain that. What is immoral about protecting our border with a wall? Well, again, you're talking about rhetoric. Just as you know, objectionable or a questionable. Let's put it that way, you're saying that Mexico will pay for the wall politicians say things in order to to their base. That's one of the things Nancy Pelosi has done. And it's one of the things that Donald Trump is done. What you really need is a separate campaigning and governing right now we are in a governing phase. And unfortunately, there's too much campaigning going on. Let me ask you this aside from how we finally resolve the government shutdown, which you say is one side of the other starts the field public opinion pressure. I'll agree the question next would be how long do you think this will see February? Well, you know, I really don't know both sides seem to be dug in, but I think one of the things that we will start to see is that the federal employees where we start to complain much more loudly than they have in the past. Because of course, we were during the holiday season. Also, some very important services are still going to have to be cut and will be cut as we proceed even though it's only one quarter of a government that's very important quarter. Involves the Justice department involves the department of agriculture the department of homeland security. So I think it'll depend on how quickly very bites come through. From the fact that many important services will not be funded Alexander's, professor of political science at Saint Peter's university in Jersey City, New jersey, sixteen.

President Trump president Nancy Pelosi Mexico congress Chuck Schumer heroin New jersey Terry Moore Jersey City America Democratic Party professor of political science Heather zehr Alexander Chris Farrell Wendy Munich Ray northern California
"terry moore" Discussed on I Think You're Interesting

I Think You're Interesting

03:56 min | 3 years ago

"terry moore" Discussed on I Think You're Interesting

"But I'm sure you had to leave a lot outlook sort of how did you find the spine of what the story was going to be? I did leave things out. And mean, I don't consider it. A biography of Howard Hughes at all. And I it is not a full biography of any of the ten women who are the main characters, but I was actually surprised when I turned in the first draft about a year ago. I thought that my editor would be slashing his way through it telling me it was way too long. It's definitely longer than what I was contracted to write. But instead he wanted me to add things there were areas that he wanted me to flush out. So it's not the book you pick up. If you want a comprehensive biography of Howard Hughes, or Jean Harlow or Jane Russell, it's more of a group portrait of these people, but it's not like their stuff on the cutting room floor that I think is really important. You also watch a lot of the movies that these women's starred in movies produced. The actresses covered in the book range from like really famous people at Katherine Hepburn like people. We've we've all heard of to, you know, more obscure figures like Terry Moore who claim she was married to Hughes on a yacht or something like that. Nets. Who who are some of the people that you sort of came away with a new understanding of whether obscure or really famous, you know, I don't think I had seen any Terry Moore movie other than PanAm place before I wrote the book, and so she was nominated for an Oscar for a movie called comeback little Sheba. And you know, Terry Moore is somebody who makes her self very open to criticism because of her claims about her relationship with Hughes. But what was really surprising to me? It was that she really was amassing a career as a serious actress in the nineteen fifties working with people like Elliott Kazan, and you know, I think her personal life did kind of get in the way, but like the absolutely deserved to be nominated for an Oscar for comeback little Sheba, and you know. We talk about Katherine Hepburn as being one of the greatest actresses of all time. And you know, certainly, she is great, and she was a great movie star. But it's is really interesting to think that Terry Moore like really had this serious career that she deserved that was like kind of just out of her grasp how much of that that stardom is in Nate like how much of Katherine Hepburn being one of the biggest stars of all time is Nate to her talent, which is considerable on how much of it is just that. She didn't end up having no with with the horrible luck of she escaped the Hughes orbit. Let's say, well, I don't think that Hughes held her back at all. And as I as I detail in the book like the kind of the process of her becoming a great star is what I talk about in the book. And I think a lot of it does have to do with Howard Hughes. And certainly like she was at a kind of a crisis point in her stardom and having this relationship with Hughes that was very public helped people. About her in a different way helped kind of soften her persona and made it more feminine and more sort of hetero normative, and then he helped her get the rights to the Philadelphia story, which is the movie that really kind of cemented her her starting. I'm like she could have kind of drifted away at the end of the nineteen thirties. And the Philadelphia story is the thing that really brought her back and then forming partnership with Spencer Tracy took her to another level as well. Because it's not a biography of Hughes. You don't need to you know, sort of speculate us to some of his motivations because a lot of them are shrouded. But I did find myself wondering, you know, this repeated pattern of he encounters woman his attracted to and he puts hundred contract in essence locks her away, especially after his crash in nineteen forty eight. Is that? Okay. So as you encountered that pattern. Did you get a sense of law by that was happening? What was driving him to do that? Well, I think he had especially after that crash. You know, I think he really had the personality of a collector..

Howard Hughes Terry Moore Katherine Hepburn Nate Oscar Philadelphia editor Spencer Tracy Elliott Kazan Jane Russell Jean Harlow
US, Mexican authorities join forces to combat drug cartels

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:05 sec | 3 years ago

US, Mexican authorities join forces to combat drug cartels

"G and other cartels deal poison and death to Americans in Washington. I'm Terry Moore.

Terry Moore Washington
Pence unveils plan for Congress to create Space Force by 2020

America in the Morning with John Trout

00:58 sec | 3 years ago

Pence unveils plan for Congress to create Space Force by 2020

"Is touting President Trump's, plan for a US space force. Terry Moore reports it probably won't be like this But. Plans for a real US space force are well underway VP Mike Pence at the Pentagon. We must have American dominance in space pen said the president is committed to strengthening American security here on earth and in space a space force would be a. Separate sixth branch of the American military Trump wants to see. A new department of, the space force by, twenty twenty Defense Secretary James Mattis space is, one of our vital national interest incentive our use. Of space our operations in, space and it is becoming a contested warfighting domain and we have got to adapt to. That reality congress will have a big say in the creation of a space. Force and how to pay for it in

President Trump Donald Trump Terry Moore United States Steve Kastenbaum China Economy China James Mattis Mike Pence Washington VP Pentagon Congress Billion Dollars Ten Percent Two Percent
VP Mike Pence unveils detailed plans for Space Force

South Florida Morning Show

00:35 sec | 3 years ago

VP Mike Pence unveils detailed plans for Space Force

"Basketball Jimmy Jones left criminal court with his lawyer bowed, his head and said nothing but investigators, say he's the tall thin man wanted for four, days who, fled the scene moments after he knocked another man to the pavement with a single, punch thirty five year old Sanders. Evo a tourist from Florida was dead within. Seventy two hours so Jones is, the former FDIC you assistant coach currently insist basketball coach at Wake Forest assault charges against Jones maybe upgraded following Szabo's death

Donald Trump Jimmy Jones Jimmy Kimmel NBC President Trump Brian Pence National Transportation Safety Florida VP Mike Gold Coast University Basketball Fdic Sanders Wake Forest Terry Moore United States Washington
Remains of unidentified boy found at squalid New Mexico compound

Joe Pags

03:07 min | 3 years ago

Remains of unidentified boy found at squalid New Mexico compound

"Results NBC. News Radio I'm Mark Mayfield it's still too, close to call in Ohio special election for the, twelfth congressional district democratic candidate Danny O'Connor is vowing. To keep up the fight we went house to. House remain our case don't change we're gonna. Make, that case tomorrow we're not stopping now tomorrow we rest and. That we keep fighting through, two Republican candidate Troy. Alderson thanked President Trump for his support, and he emphasized that America's on the right path and he intends to keep it going that. Way the margin between O'Connor and Balderstone is razor thin they're buying for seat being vacated. By congressman Pam teary Democrats were looking for a strong finish in. A district they haven't won for decades no matter. What happens, there will, be. A rematch you months and Rick gates is admitting to stealing money from, Paul Manafort to pay for an, extramarital affair, the prosecution's, key witness that he used. The money to pay for an apartment in London he flew first class and, stayed, that, luxury hotels during the relationship, Manafort is on trial, for Bank and tax fraud Mark Mayfield NBC News Radio The. State Department is. Urging patients on the ongoing North Korean nuclear talks Terry Moore reports national security adviser John Bolton. Said North Korea is not making progress toward denuclearization. That prompted some followup from, the State Department's, Heather Nauert. Process of achieving denuclearization is one. That we've all known. Would take some time the world is United and seeing this achieve. So it will certainly take some time President, Trump recently said negotiations with the north we're going, very well now it said getting North Korean leader. Kim Jong UN together with President Trump at the. June summit in Singapore was a very big. Deal, that's an incredible staff and a huge step from where we. Were just one year ago, the conversations continue in. Washington I'm Terry Moore NBC News Radio, investigators are trying to identify the remains of a young boy found Monday at a compound in. New Mexico authorities have been looking for a missing Georgia boy who turned four years old. On Monday last week deputies freed eleven children from the towels county. Compound the missing boy is Connie wash his father. Suraj is, one of, the Five, adults charged, with. The abuse of the eleven children found in the filthy compound he father. Had told the boy's mother he, was taking, the boy to be treated for severe medical conditions that kept him from walking and cause seizures federal health officials say runoff from cattle farm is likely caused a major spring e coli. Outbreak Brian shook has more the food and. Drug administration believes Romain lettuce grown in. The Yuma Arizona region may have been contaminated, by water from a. Nearby, canal the FDA said testing in, June revealed the water was tainted with the same strain of e-coli involved in the multi-state outbreak more. Than two hundred people in thirty six states fell ill nearly a hundred were hospitalized and. Five died from the huge. Bacterial outbreak the, FDA is. Still investigating the case Brian shook NBC News Radio and cases of Lyme disease are being reported in all fifty. States a new study by Quest Diagnostics chosen learning rise in the number of positive tests for the, tick borne illness the big increases outside the northeastern. U. s. were found in California and Florida. Mark Mayfield NBC News Radio Uh-huh The.

NBC Mark Mayfield President Trump Brian Shook Danny O'connor FDA State Department Terry Moore Paul Manafort Denuclearization North Korea Suraj Rick Gates Kim Jong Un Heather Nauert Ohio Congressman Pam Quest Diagnostics
Chief Paul Manafort, President and Trump discussed on Joe Pags

Joe Pags

03:07 min | 3 years ago

Chief Paul Manafort, President and Trump discussed on Joe Pags

"Rancho, Cordova Sacramento Sacramento NBC News Radio I'm, Mark Mayfield wildfires are raging out, of control across, California the. Largest to seek car fire burning near reading, northern California it's scorched over one hundred three thousand acres and it's only twenty percent contained the car fire has also claimed. Six lives the felony, trial, of, former Trump campaign. Chief Paul Manafort starts Tuesday Alexandria Virginia Angela Anderson reports Manafort has pleaded not guilty to numerous charges a Bank and tax. Fraud and, failure to file reports on foreign financial accounts special counsel Robert Muller's team is prosecuting Manafort though the charges are not directly related. To Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen presidential election there is operating, under, a, broad mandate as special counsel in the Russia probe. Meantime Manafort faces, a second criminal trial, in Washington DC later this year. Angela Anderson NBC, News Radio and the Washington Post reports US spy agencies believe North Korea is still. Building missiles that could, deliver nuclear warheads to the US Mark Mayfield NBC News Radio President Trump, is, again Threatening a, government, shutdown over immigration. Terry more reports the president said he is, not drawing a red line but, after many many, years of. Talk within the United States I would have, no problem doing a shutdown you made the remarks during a White House news conference with Italy's prime minister I would certainly. Be willing to close, it, down, to get it. Done we need border security the president wants multiple billions of dollars for a massive border wall along with broader legislation boosting. Border security, and serious immigration reforms including a, merit based immigration policy Trump also noted that everything is negotiable in Washington I'm Terry Moore NBC. News Radio President Trump is remaining firm on the issue of Russian sanctions, at, the, White House on Monday Trump said US sanctions will remain on the, Kremlin as is Trump, has, strongly rejected criticism that he. Was not tough, enough on Russian President Vladimir Putin at their recent summit in Helsinki he often argues. That no president has, ever been tougher on ROY Russia than, he is Uber has. Decided not to develop self driving semi trucks anymore Brian shook. Has that story. The rideshare company said it will now focus its autonomous, vehicle technology solely, on cars Uber acquired the self-driving tech company, auto in two thousand sixteen sparking efforts to. Develop self driving trucks and the app Uber freight that's the smartphone app that. Links truck drivers to shippers the company says Hooper afraid is not impacted. By the decision to. Halt autonomous truck development in a statement the head of Uber advanced technologies group said the company believes having the entire teams energy, and skill focused on self driving cars is the best path forward Brian shook NBC. News Radio and, Mars is, the closest to the earth it's been in fifteen years we'll be just thirty five point eight million miles from, the red planet that's not much further than the two thousand three encounter Wennemars made its closest approach and sixty thousand years it should be visible to the south west throughout. The early morning Mark Mayfield NBC News Radio.

Chief Paul Manafort President Trump Donald Trump NBC United States Mark Mayfield Angela Anderson Nbc White House Washington Terry Moore California Brian Vladimir Putin Special Counsel Washington Post Cordova Sacramento Rancho Sacramento
Thai boy rescued from cave speaks out: 'Thought about my parents'

Jim Bohannon

04:48 min | 3 years ago

Thai boy rescued from cave speaks out: 'Thought about my parents'

"Is America in the morning I'm John trout It appears President Trump can't get. Away from questions about his controversial summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin Terry Moore has the latest at a White House cabinet leading. Reporters fired, more, questions at Trump about Russia we're doing very, well probably, as well, as anybody. Has ever done with Russia critics have accused Trump of being soft. On Putin at the summit Trump was also asked whether Russia, is still targeting US elections he said no that contradicted his own director of national intelligence Dan Coats White House press secretary Sarah Sanders later. Denied the Trump. Said, no to the, Russia question she insisted he was saying no to answering questions from reporters the president and. His administration are working very hard to make sure, that Russia is unable to meddle in our elections as they have done in the past meantime Senate. Democratic leader Chuck Schumer said this about Trump is behavior in Helsinki continues, to demand response from congress Schumer. Insisted that the The US translator in the two hour private meeting between Trump and Putin must testify in congress President Trump wanted no one else in. The room. He agreed it would be unusual but necessary so to have the translator come testify and tell what happened. There is an imperative it's so important I'm Terry Moore on Capitol Hill twenty. Two till for the first time the world is hearing from the twelve Thai boys on their soccer coach after surviving being in. That flooded, cave, more than two weeks following that story is, correspondent Natasha, Chen wearing, matching soccer. Jerseys twelve Thai boys and their twenty five year old coach boarded. A van and left a hospital Wednesday it was their first, step back into a new normal after surviving in a flooded cave network for more than two weeks at their first public appearance since the. Rescue the coach. Said, they often had, group activities after soccer practice and on June twenty third, he said they went into the. Cave because some of The boys had never seen inside before Sanfer wanted three Kate okay they, will go to after about an hour heavy rains, led to rising floodwaters in someone shouted will there were the against. This to that the we're not loss UNLV one direction in the case on the tenth day they heard voices British divers had found them I didn't, sign on the boy who could speak English and communicate for the group said it was a, miracle a miracle to. For the parents who did not, even know their. Sons were visiting, this cave new one, after another the. Boys apologized to their families I say I'm sorry because I told my parents the wrong cave as so they probably, were searching every k.. For me visit experienced teach me Nazif life careless we truly appreciate, all of your kindness they said the. One rescue, diver who died during the operation is a hero the team read messages of gratitude and said they will honor, him in the future Natasha Chen reporting we shift gears with jimbohannon for what's being done about the opioid crisis the, house has passed by overwhelming margin the most ambitious congressional push yet to address the growing opioid epidemic. Which is blamed for forty two thousand. Deaths in the twenty sixteen and we're talking with Erika Anderson a freelance writer. And she is also the author of the, book leaving cloud nine published by Nelson The provision in this this Bill. That has been passed by the house and the Senate would include, calling on the national institutes of health to develop non addictive painkillers what would certainly seem to be very worthwhile avenue, of approach of what do you think overall about just how Bill addresses the epidemic I think it's. Great that congress seriously I think they're taking pretty drastic measures pretty pretty quickly turned your trust is such a crisis in recent years I love this idea you know trying to develop. Painkillers because you have people out there that need painkillers than are, becoming too so I think we? Need to watch it. To not overstepped their bounds but at. The same time we do need some intervention right now. Would you appeared on my nighttime talk show we had Several callers who called in noting the fact that there are people, out there who are in genuine, pain and who have no other option? At this time and. While certainly, you don't want people dying from overdoses and the light but for some people that their choices..

Donald Trump Vladimir Putin Terry Moore Russia President Trump Soccer White House Natasha Chen Congress Senate Painkillers Chuck Schumer Congress Schumer America Erika Anderson Unlv United States Helsinki Dan Coats Sarah Sanders
U.S. charges hundreds in healthcare fraud, opioid crackdown

Orlando's Morning News

02:33 min | 3 years ago

U.S. charges hundreds in healthcare fraud, opioid crackdown

"A picture perfect launch from the space coast this morning a falcon nine lifting off from launch complex forty just about ten minutes ago the dragon capsule carrying supplies to the international space station there are also several science experiments and the world's first artificial intelligence astronaut on board it's going to take three days for that dragon capsule to reach the station boy if you caught any of this you know republicans are pushing deputy attorney general rod rosenstein hard on sensitive documents in the russia investigation ohio republican jim jordan went after rosenstein in a contentious house hearing i wanna why you won't give us what we've asked for that is not accurate sarah it is accurate we have caught you hi i have not keeping any information from congress meantime south carolina republican trey goudy demanded a quick end to the russia investigation whatever you got finish the hell up i've heard suggestions that we should just closing i think the best thing we can do is finish it appropriately and reach a conclusion on capitol hill i'm terry moore federal authorities are calling it a lot the largest healthcare fraud crackdown in history over six hundred people across the country have been charged by the us justice department including one hundred sixty five doctors nurses and other licensed medical professionals channel nine's martha sugalski the target has been people illegally dealing and prescribing addictive and deadly opioids investigator say medical professionals are seeing a health care crisis has a chance to make big money among those arrests one hundred twenty four south florida residents charged with various fraud schemes involving more than three hundred million dollars of federal money katrina scales news ninety six point five wdbo you leaders are wrestling with their own immigration problems italy recently closed its border to migrants an all night meeting came up with what's being called a vague agreement among the bleary eyed participants british prime minister theresa may who says it involves taking more action upstream and countries of origin so that we can ensure that people aren't having make making dangerous journeys german chancellor merkel's in particular had been under intense pressure to find a breakthrough to stave off a government crisis at home tom rivers abc news at the foreign desk you've driven by two million times i'm sure analogy orlando landmark is coming down the orlando housing authority announcing plans to level the griffin park apartment complex and rebuild it thousands of drivers pass it every day as they use the ramp from four.

Deputy Attorney General Griffin Park Orlando Prime Minister Italy Florida Fraud Terry Moore South Carolina Congress Ohio Russia Rod Rosenstein Chancellor Merkel Theresa Investigator Martha Sugalski United States
Tight security to keep protesters far from G7 summit in Canada

America in the Morning

02:10 min | 3 years ago

Tight security to keep protesters far from G7 summit in Canada

"Restaurant chain is changing its name by one letter that story on the way this is america in the morning i'm john trout a gathering of leaders from seven of the world's strongest economies will meet in canada today president trump will reportedly leave the meetings early when the topic turns to the environment and climate change some protesters support none of the g seven summit john lawrence as that protesters take to the streets in canada voicing their opposition to the g seven summit we know that we have had to change things on this on this route to make a better living there is a heavy security presence in quebec city where the summit is taking place but the demonstrations have been mostly peaceful some of the protesters chanted anticapitalist slogans others blasted the leaders taking part in the summit bye guys and they have something to defend as for inside the summit there may be some tense moments leaders from canada france germany and the united kingdom are set to give president trump grief about the new us tariffs on aluminum and steel both canadian and french officials are reportedly planning to tell president trump the tariffs could harm the us economy something the trump administration is downplaying i think free world trade is a very good thing indeed but it is broken and president trump is trying to fix it president trump is scheduled to spend a day and a half at the summit a prelude for his historic meeting with north korean leader kim jong un will have some pretty good discussions and as you know we leave from there we leave for singapore i'm john lawrence reporting and on that big meeting next week correspondent terry moore has the latest on plans leading up to the us north korea summit during a white house meeting with japan's prime minister trump said i hope the upcoming meeting in singapore represents the beginning of a bright new future for north korea and indeed a bright new future for the world he warned it may take more than one meeting to get an agreement on denuclearization.

Terry Moore Prime Minister Singapore Germany America North Korea Japan Canada John Lawrence Kim Jong Un President Trump United States United Kingdom France Quebec City Donald Trump
Senate passes bill to reinstate net neutrality

Orlando's Morning News with Joe Kelley

02:06 min | 3 years ago

Senate passes bill to reinstate net neutrality

"More of the same two westbound lanes of i four shutdown due to flooding yours channel nine meteorologist brian shields on what you can expect today this is one heck of a stubborn weather pattern we're going to continue with that southerly flow bringing in that tropical moisture today so a couple of showers possible this morning more again by the afternoon at some of those could be kinda gress if we could see a warning or two popping up for some gusty or wins later today and because we've had a lot of rain the last few days some localized flooding will be a threat one to about three inches of rain will be possible for us for today from channel nine eyewitness news i'm meteorologist brian shields and trump responded to a couple of shouted questions during a photo shoot about the june meeting with north korea we are we haven't heard like military exercises between the us and south korea are going on right now the goal of the talks for the us is to stop north korea's nuclear program the net neutrality bill narrowly passed the senate but it's not expected to come in the house senator chuck schumer led the charge for the democrats this is our chance to make sure the internet stays accessible and affordable south dakota republican john thune criticized the democratic measure the resolution offered what impose partisan onerous and heavy handed regulations on the internet the measure preserving net neutrality faces a very steep climb in the house on capitol hill i'm terry moore i feel a county is looking for experienced even retired law enforcement officers who can watch over charter schools starting this fall be sworn law enforcement officers would work much teacher schedule with the summers off the holidays weekends and you know things like spring break and christmas break made you jake says the sheriff's office offering benefits and about forty thousand dollars in pay the new state law mandates a school resource officer for every school we'll talk about asking and then receiving the flight a flight crew was a head a problem on the airplane and they asked for a doctor will they got a surgeon general surgeon general jerome adams was on a delta flight to mississippi wednesday they a passenger became ill and the crew asks for help and adams answered the call you later tweeted the.

Mississippi Jerome Adams Officer Jake Terry Moore Brian Shields John Thune South Dakota Senator Chuck Schumer Senate South Korea United States North Korea Donald Trump
Iran signals flexibility ahead of Trump's nuke deal decision

America in the Morning

01:53 min | 3 years ago

Iran signals flexibility ahead of Trump's nuke deal decision

"Story president trump has reportedly made up his mind on the iran deal history has shown that the longer we ignore a threat the more dangerous that threat becomes the president was considering whether to continue waving sanctions on iran's energy and banking sectors in exchange iran slowed its nuclear program mr trump and his supporters and also israel have been widely critical of the deal what do you think is going to happen to that agreement nuclear agreement but others think pulling out of the accord could lead to future problems i think it's going to drive a wedge between us and our allies and it's only going to accelerate the possibility of iran getting a nuclear weapon the international atomic energy agency says iran is in compliance with the deal and a number of allies including germany and france have tried to convince president trump to stay on board iranian foreign minister javad zarif mocked president trump for his stance on the matter saying in a tweet president trump is jumping on a rehash of old allegations already dealt with by the ea to nixed the deal how convenient iranian officials also say they will not renegotiate the deal that's currently in place i'm john lawrence reporting twenty two tail gina hassles nomination as director is plowing ahead full steam terry moore's in with the story it was an excellent meeting senator passable made the rounds ahead of a tough confirmation hearing this week meeting with senators on the intelligence committee white house press secretary sarah sanders her integrity and significantly her political impartiality are unchallenged she deserves quick confirmation without partisan theatrics sanders said hassle is highly qualified after a lengthy career as a ci.

Senator Press Secretary White House France Germany Israel Sarah Sanders President Trump Terry Moore Director John Lawrence Javad Zarif Mr Trump Iran
"terry moore" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"terry moore" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"With the with triple the point eight legal limit for driving oh yeah i think he i think he drank pretty good why wouldn't you if you're that stature drey the king logger literally just just jump into it like a hot tub and drink the contact drink it all right he's going to be well cnn terry moore reports that actress allison mack she was best known for her role as clark kent's clever confidante khloe on cw smallville she was yes she was indicted on friday on charges of sex trafficking sex trafficking conspiracy and forced labor yeah this is crazy the semi slimmer ethic kat just walked into bedrooms swimming along spring here we go just white gloves with boehner here we go bring it around hold my hand up and like some prostitute when come in that whistle some john across like asian businessmen here we go cop i know their sex trafficking but but cops extracts the work i could start off by just working couples and work my way up into menasheh twas and cheese and swingers parties and things like that also be like hey buddy being blown for like a fortnight over here it's time for us so it's moving around too much time someone's got traffic cop that like when they do those royal rumble wrestling matches they have a referee you have a referee and i bet a lot of ladies would pay you to do that tell okay chiefs craftsman blowing this guy for forty minutes now you gotta get come around to start a sex crossing guard though so start from the ball.

terry moore allison mack clark kent khloe boehner forty minutes