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"theo administration" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:26 min | 7 months ago

"theo administration" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The local level as states, including South Carolina, New Hampshire and Arizona, continued to put in place restrictive laws. From so called heartbeat pills to one's criminalizing abortion providers here to walk us through the latest on abortion rights at both the federal and state level is Mary Ziegler, law professor at Florida State University and the author of several books about abortion. Including abortion and the law in America, Roe v. Wade to the present. Mary Welcome back to the show. Thanks for having me so there's a lot to get through. But let's start with heavy it. Miss Sarah's confirmation hearings. Why did abortion politics becomes such a key part of last week's hearings? Well, I think abortion opponents have always seemed best era as Not just someone who supports the right to choose but someone who has been actively exposing some elements of the anti abortion movement. So, for example, eyes attorney General of California Vocero is part of an effort to force crisis pregnancy centers to post notifications about the availability of abortion services or the fact that they weren't medical clinics. He was involved in an effort to prosecute some of the folks who had put out Videos claiming that Planned Parenthood was selling fetal body parts for money. So I think part of it was an effort to fit into a kind of existing narrative that Religious conservatives, Christian conservatives in particular no longer welcome in the public square and painting Bacitracin extremist fit that narrative. I think Mary remind us. What did the Trump Administration mean for abortion rights? At the federal level. What kind of policies were put in place? Restricting access? Well, some of the policies will be easier to unwind. The Trump Administration put in place a gag rule requiring anyone receiving federal family planning funding from refraining from making referrals on abortion, even when patients request him. The administration really beefed up so called conscience protections and made available to people with religious objections to abortion, too much broader array of protections, even when they're not really directly involved in abortion, So, you know, imagine the secretary answering the phone at a medical clinic, the administration interfered with funding for family planning an abortion abroad. And then, of course, probably the most lasting impact in the one that the Biden administration will struggle. The most undo was Trump's impact on the court's Trump, nominated in almost historically high number of federal judges to the bench and three justices to the U. S Supreme Court, which will mean both that if Biden enacts affirmative policy, so have to get those policies through an increasingly conservative. Federal judiciary, and it also mean that Biden will have to play catch up if he's trying to shape the courts himself. Yes. So in January, the Supreme Court banned access to abortion pills by mail during the pandemic. What does that signal? I think probably the most surprising thing about that was that the Supreme Court chose to act at all. So the FDA has long had a requirement that patients taking medication abortion, which is a two pill protocol have to get one of those pills. In person from a doctor. There's long been studies showing that the in person requirement doesn't really add any value medically for patients, especially because they're still allowed to take that pill at home. But the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and other plaintiffs argued that this requirement was unconstitutional during the pandemic because it exposed patients to a greater risk of cove. It And the lower court agreed. The U. S. Supreme Court could have easily just sat on its hands, as it had been doing for months if it didn't want to get involved in the abortion battle, And yet it chose to decide the case, even knowing that in all likelihood, the bite administration is going to do something either to suspend or permanently eliminate that requirement. So it does suggest that the court is not afraid to get its hands dirty when it comes to abortion, and that we may expect bolder moves from the court in the near future. We're still very early on in the Biden Harris administration. But have we seen any major policy changes related to abortion so far? Well, we have seen some smaller ones that we would expect of any Democratic administration. The Biden Harris administration has rolled back the so called Mexico City policy, which has reinstated support for international family planning funding, including for abortion, and the administration is taking steps to change most of the Trump administration's regulations, although trying to do so in a thoughtful way, so they don't open themselves up to court challenge. We haven't yet seen Theo administration make abortion of priority, though, when it comes to more controversial moves like repealing the so called Hyde Amendment, which deals with Medicaid funding for abortion or fulfilling one of President Biden's campaign promises, which was to quote unquote make Roe v. Wade the law of the land. So while all this is happening at the federal level, we're still seeing laws restricting abortion access at the state level. Mary what kind of anti abortion laws have been passed in recent weeks? Well, I think there there are a couple of patterns that are worth noting the first is that some of the laws that we saw in 2019 that many sort of deemed to be too extreme for lots of states, including these heartbeat laws. That ban abortion, usually between the sixth and eight weeks of pregnancy, when a heartbeat or fetal cardiac activity can be detected those air sort of becoming normalized and are getting a hard look in states that air certainly red states but not as homogeneous. Lee Conservative, for example, is Alabama so states like South Carolina or Texas Esso, I think in part, what we're seeing is a response to Amy Tony Barrett's being on the court. And an assumption that with six conservatives on the court, there must be a majority to reverse Roe. We're seeing a lot of focus on medication abortion, which makes sense given Both that it's more common during the pandemic, and also that it's been trending upward in terms of the number of total abortions performed even pre pandemic on More technology infused abortion restrictions, laws requiring things like hot lines or search engine tracking of people looking for abortion services,.

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"theo administration" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:32 min | 7 months ago

"theo administration" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The same time, abortion cases remain under threat on the local level as states, including South Carolina, New Hampshire and Arizona, continued to put in place restrictive laws. From so called heartbeat bills to one's criminalizing abortion providers here to walk us through the latest on abortion rights at both the federal and state level is Mary Ziegler, law professor at Florida State University and the author of several books about abortion. Including abortion and the law in America, Roe v. Wade to the present. Mary Welcome back to the show. Thanks for having me so there's a lot to get through. But let's start with heavier Mesereau's confirmation hearings. Why did abortion politics becomes such a key part of last week's hearings? Well, I think abortion opponents have always seen Bezerra as Not just someone who supports a right to choose but someone who has been actively exposing some elements of the anti abortion movement. So, for example, Attorney General of California Vocero is part of an effort to force crisis pregnancy centers to post notifications about the availability of abortion services or the fact that they weren't medical clinics. He was involved in an effort to prosecute some of the folks who had put out Videos claiming that Planned Parenthood was selling fetal body parts for money. So I think part of it was an effort to fit into a kind of existing narrative that Religious conservatives, Christian conservatives in particular no longer welcome in the public square and painting Bacitracin extremist fit that narrative. I think Mary remind us. What did the Trump Administration mean for abortion rights? At the federal level? What kind of policies were put in place restricting access? Some of the policies will be easier to unwind. The Trump Administration put in place a gag rule requiring anyone receiving federal family planning funding from refraining from making referrals on abortion, even when patients request him. The administration really beefed up so called conscience protections and made available to people with religious objections to abortion, a much broader array of protections even when they're not really directly involved in abortion, So, you know, imagine the secretary answering the phone at a medical clinic, the administration interfered with funding for family planning an abortion abroad. And then, of course, probably the most lasting impact in the one that the Biden administration will struggle. The most undo was Trump's impact on the court's Trump, nominated in almost historically high number of federal judges to the bench and three justices to the U. S. Supreme Court. Which will mean both that if Biden enacts affirmative policy, so have to get those policies through an increasingly conservative federal judiciary. And it also mean that Biden will have to play catch up if he's trying to shape the courts himself. Yes. So in January, the Supreme Court banned access to abortion pills by mail during the pandemic. What does that signal? I think probably the most surprising thing about that was that the Supreme Court chose to act at all. So the FDA has long had a requirement that patients taking medication abortion, which is a two pill protocol. Have to get one of those pills in person from a doctor. There's long been studies showing that the in person requirement doesn't really add any value medically for patients, especially because they're still allowed to take that pill at home. Um, But the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and other plaintiffs argued that this requirement was unconstitutional during the pandemic because it exposed patients to a greater risk of Cove. It and the lower court agreed. The U. S. Supreme Court could have easily just sat on its hands, as it had been doing for months if it didn't want to get involved in the abortion battle, And yet it chose to decide the case, even knowing that, in all likelihood, the bite administration is going to do something either to suspend or permanently eliminate that. Requirements. So it does suggest that the court is not afraid to get its hands dirty when it comes to abortion, and that we may expect bolder moves from the court in the near future. We're still very early on in the Biden Harris administration. But have we seen any major policy changes related to abortion so far? Well, we have seen some smaller ones that we would expect of any Democratic administration. The Biden Harris administration has rolled back the so called Mexico City policy, which has reinstated support for international family planning funding, including for abortion, and the administration is taking steps to change most of the Trump administration's regulations, although trying to do so in a thoughtful way, so they don't open themselves up to court challenge. We haven't yet seen Theo administration make abortion of priority, though, when it comes to more controversial moves like repealing the so called Hyde Amendment, which deals with Medicaid funding for abortion or fulfilling one of President Biden's campaign promises, which was to quote unquote make Roe v. Wade the law of the land. So while all this is happening at the federal level, we're still seeing laws restricting abortion access at the state level. Mary what kind of anti abortion laws have been passed in recent weeks? Well, I think there there are a couple of patterns that are worth noting the first is that some of the laws that we saw in 2019 that many sort of deemed to be too extreme for lots of states, including these heartbeat laws. That ban abortion, usually between the sixth and eight weeks of pregnancy, when a heartbeat or fetal cardiac activity can be detected those air sort of becoming normalized and are getting a hard look in states that air certainly red states but not as homogeneous. Lee Conservative, for example, is Alabama so states like South Carolina or Texas Esso, I think in part, what we're seeing is a response to Amy Tony Barrett's being on the court. And an assumption that with six conservatives on the court, there must be a majority to reverse Roe. We're seeing a lot of focus on medication abortion, which makes sense given Both that it's more common during the pandemic, and also that it's been trending upward in terms of the number of total abortions performed even pre pandemic and I think we're also seeing a trend toward um More technology infused abortion restrictions, laws requiring things like hot lines or search engine tracking of people looking for abortion services, and finally.

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"theo administration" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:42 min | 7 months ago

"theo administration" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The U. S action was a proportionate military response, taken together with Diplomatic measures, including consultation with coalition partners. Meanwhile, President Biden has spoken with Saudi Arabia King Salman for the first time since taking office more than a month ago. But the White House read out of the conversation made no mention of the soon to be released. US. Report on what role Saudi Arabia is Crown prince played in the brutal killing and dismembering of US based journalist Jamal Kashiwagi and what the Biden administration plans to do about it. State Department spokesperson Ned Price. It is our intelligence community, the office of the director of the of National Intelligence that has put this report together they will be the ones who will issue this report. At the appropriate moment, Secretary Blinking will have full faith and confidence in their findings and murder of Jamal Kashiwagi. It was horrific crime. That, of course, Isa going to be at the center of the report that we have been speaking to, um, this was enshrined in legislation that Theo administration should provide an unclassified version of the report to Congress. Of course, this is a crime that, as I said before, shock the conscience I expect that we will be in a position on in. Before long to speak to steps to promote accountability going forward for this horrific Perfect crime the prince to set in 2019 that he took full responsibility for the killing since it happened on his watch, but denied ordering it. Less than a month after hammering Donald Trump in a blistering floor speech, A Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell, said on Thursday he would absolutely support the former president again if he secured the Republican nomination in 2024. The Kentucky Republican telling Fox News that there's still a lot to happen between now and the next election. And there are several members who are possibly planning to run. But when directly asked if you would support Trump again if you were to win the nomination. McConnell responded, quote the nominee of the party. Absolutely. While the Georgia prosecutor investigating potential efforts by Donald Trump and Senator Lindsey Graham to influence last year's that general election has a message for people who are eager to see what will happen. Be patient. Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, telling The Associated Press. The investigation is still in its early stages. I am going to look at anyone that attempted to influence the November 2020 election. There's certainly been a lot of reported about the Lindsey Graham call. It is of interest. It's also been conversations will be had.

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"theo administration" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

05:17 min | 8 months ago

"theo administration" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"It's the tide of Dodge Show you could jump in at 51283605 99 in the world of business. U. S. Officials are urging Americans Skip travel overseas after new testing requirements go into effect. Yeah, the U. S government is asking all Americans not to travel abroad right now. Because of these testing requirements. The restrictions require passengers flying back into the United States to present a negative covert 19 tests taken within three days of departure or proof of recovery from the virus within the last 90 days, acting assistant secretary State for the counselor affairs in Bromley He says U S citizens who choose to go abroad whether it's for a holiday or a genuine emergency. Everyone needs to be prepared to potentially have that trip seriously disrupted on the way back. Oh, yeah, you can almost guarantee that. I mean, it's there's there's not gonna be any just hopping over and coming back from anywhere international. There's no way right now. Now. Bradley added that if you cannot easily access code 19 test or if you test positive you'll need you'll end up overseas for much longer than you planned. And if that happens, you'll need to be responsible for covering your own lodging and medical costs. During that time. I think we definitely had a few more months of that ahead of us. For sure, I think by the you know, into the summer of taken international travel is gonna be a lot a lot easier. Probably you're still gonna have to test I'm sure but right now, I think it might be more hassle than you wanna mess with. Well, the reason why we're doing this is because because the virus is a problem in other country big time. And, uh, a lot of those other countries. They're not getting the vaccines that they need to even approach herd immunity for months and months and months, maybe even years to come right. Exactly. So it's not just gonna go away. This is not gonna go. It's gonna be a way around for a while. I would be surprised if this is around for at least a year. I think it's for his international travel. I think we can pretty much bet that for the next few years testing And even even proof that you've had the vaccine once once we all get that is going to be required. Now that you know, I don't know how that that applies to the cruise ship industry. But if you're setting self from America and you're returning to America, you should be fine. But if you're setting cell from America going to a foreign country, and then you come back to America, how does that affect the cruising? Well, nobody is cruising today anyway, but but going forward, I mean, you can. You can bet there's going to be testing done on the ship's regularly and also a requirement to have the vaccine in some cases. Yeah, but certainly certainly testing is going to be a regular part. Of your of your of your trip, no matter where you go now. Today, the bidet administration plans to unveil their climate change plans today will be all about climate crisis will actually see special envoy John carried the White House today. And we're gonna hear a lot about unexpected ban on new leases for all and gas drilling in fracking on federal lands and move that's already drawing pushback from even Democrats ever industry job losses that tomorrow is all about healthcare in Friday is immigration. Yesterday the president tackled racial equity There you go. That's Griff Jenkins. And today is the big climate change plan is, you know Theo administration's shut down the Keystone XL pipeline yet they have so apparently, there's no demand for oil and gas in it for the voters of Austin, Texas. They love that. You know, the green Earth e types of Austin take this entire City Council loves the fact that the Keystone pipelines been shut down well, that that's amazing that these pope people that love that apparently are able to get through life without any need for petroleum products. Whatsoever or natural gas in their lives, so that that's incredible. I guess you live in a tent out in the middle of field and you eat grass. We'll let me almost throw this out there. Should we be making a transition to, you know less fossil fuels more wind, more solar and stuff like that. It is very expensive Switch. Very should we be switching? Are you concerned about how oil effects this planet? Are you concerned? I don't know. I mean, it comes from the planet, so I have no problem using it. Well, you did see if I'm able to really step back and go. Yeah. Wouldn't be preferable TB able to power everything with with wind and water, and you know, whatever. Sure it would. But I'm also very practical and realize we're kind of far into this automobile thing in this demand for oil. I don't know how we're ever going to get there. So Yeah, that would be a great world. I just don't see it happening here only years away from the automakers. Not producing a combustible engine. We're only years away from them. California's already banned those kinds of combustible engines and lawn mowers. Have you been to lose their home depot lately? Yeah, they have more battery powered equipment than they do gas burning equipment, no doubt about it there. I think we're very close locally getting City Council's passing ordinances. Let's say you cannot have a gas powered more in this city. I think I think Austin, Texas is contemplating that my lawn more my share my craftsman lawnmower that I've had for 15 years. Now I gotta Briggs and Stratton on that thing. 6.5 horse. I keep waiting for it to die, And it just won't because I want a new rechargeable lawn more for your wife to.

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"theo administration" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:39 min | 9 months ago

"theo administration" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"We will make sure that Washington D. C. I's secure for Theo Administration of the oath of office to Vice President Biden. And that everybody there will be safe and secure. And we will have a smooth transition of power and security concerns extending far beyond the nation's capital. Angry protesters outside the Washington state capital Monday offered a snapshot of scenes that are playing out across the nation. State capitals have beefed up security in some cases, activating the National Guard, with the FBI, issuing a bulletin warning of plans for armed protests at all. 50 state capitals ahead of President elect Joe Biden's innocuous Rations. Next week's corresponded Mike Rossiya, the Trump administration asking states to speed delivery of coping 19 vaccines to those older than 65. Others at high risk by no longer holding back. The second dose of the two does shot. It was a billionaire businessman, philanthropist and a big time Republican donor. Sheldon Adelson has died that word this morning from his wife, who says her husband died after a lengthy illness. Calling Adelson and American Patriots and a strong supporter of Israel Former President George W. Bush says he will be missed by many. Adelson, chairman and CEO of the Las Vegas Sands Corporation was 87 years old. Ball Street right now. Dow futures up 41 points, NASDAQ teachers Down 16 S and P futures of Fraction higher more on these stories, a town hall dot com. Tell me why really factor is so successful in lowering or eliminating pain? I'm often asked that question. Beatings have child but the father and son, founders of.

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"theo administration" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

09:59 min | 9 months ago

"theo administration" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"We do want to deal with that. We do want to understand it. Any incidents of Capitol police facilitating or being part of What happened? We need to know that because we need to know about security for the coming week on, so we need to tow flesh that out and find out who may have been involved in that That's important. The communication between Capitol police In the National Guard bureaucracy. DC National God the guard debris ocracy that we ran into the timing around approvals, these things or what we're really focused on because those will directly affect how we respond with the inauguration. And so that's where our focus has been. So we don't have any real details on a new inside job. We do believe that there was some level of coordination here is we talked before. Because of the pipe bombs at the RNC and at the DNC that immediately drew a some attention away from the breach that ended up happening not Not long past being informed about the pipe bomb, so there was some level of coordination and we're gonna just continue to dig and find out and you'll be the first to know soon as we can tell you, Democratic Ohio Congressman Tim Ryan taking media questions on the January 6th attack on the U. S Capitol. Next question is for any Greer from CNN. Hi, Congressman Ryan. Thank you again for taking the time to do this. You know, there's so much ask about here as you're saying that there's so much is unfolding and you know, it's given given the time that we're in, you know, way want to look back and think about the investigation. But there's also so much coming forward as you mentioned with Inauguration. What can you tell us about? What plans are being put in place to increase security to you? No more so than that was already put in the budget for inauguration in light of what happened last week. Well, there's gonna be additional money that we're gonna have to provide through the legislative Branch Appropriations Committee. We're gonna figure out how to make that happen. But I'm committed to making that happen. I know Speaker Pelosi is committed. Chairwoman Rosendo Laura. We're all we're all committed to making that happen. Whatever the number may end up being your probably if you're in D, C and you're out about you probably seeing some of the global fencing, creating a perimeter of a nun. We have activated a number of National Guard units on from a variety of different states. It will be a significant number. That number will be based on the threats that are out there. And those those numbers will be significant. I could just tell you that I don't know if we want to release any specific numbers as of yet, but it will be significant. There will be a good deal of Security. In addition to the Capitol police, in addition to the Secret Service, in addition to the park police, we will make sure that Washington D. C. I's secure for Theo administration of the oath of office, the vice president Biden And that everybody there will be safe and secure and we will have a smooth transition of power. The states have been incredibly generous in mind. You and I do want to make this point because I didn't really think of it today until I was talking to General Hokanson that the national Guards, you know, they obviously have responsibility in their own states. And and now we're calling on some of them to help here. They're also this is also probably going to take away from some of the vaccine distribution issues and some of these states where the National Guard was involved. So when we're thinking about What these domestic terrorists or the writers or the insurrectionists. However, we want to call them definitely domestic terrorists as far as what was happening last week. But they are continuing to pull resource is away from us being able to deal with the virus and the distribution of the vaccines, so this is having a ripple effect throughout the entire country. As we begin to try toe deal with these surges and coronavirus cases and deaths and people in ICUs and and all of that, so I thought that was an interesting point that maybe all of you could Help amplified to this is not just about Washington be. This is gonna have a national impact because of that. Next question goes to Chris Marquette. Hey, Congressman Ryan. Thanks for taking the time. Appreciate it. Recently. You know you You said you supported the unions call for you know, acting chief Pittman and assistant Chief Thomas to resign. What is it like working hand in hand in preparation for the inauguration with them? You know, after you know, calling for them to resign, essentially And number two is like, you know, I mean, who is ultimately to blame for this? This miscalculation of intelligence. I mean, I know Karen person. Lofgren spoke at length with the chief's son. Um, uh, former house Sergeant at arms, Paul Irving on January 5th and the day before that it was, you know, the day before the interaction and They both assured assured her that, you know. Hey, like everything's good, Um you know, we have you know where we can officially and get help. It seemed as if You know they were They were saying that you know, everything was fine. And then on then, you know, come Wednesday and also according to you making assurances to you So I'm just wondering like, how do you go forward with acting Chief Pittman? You know with what you've said, and what the union has called that, saying that they do not have Trust in their leadership. And and one of the thing is, you know, I know there's been a lot of mental health questions about you know how Capitol police officers are doing and other officers MPD who have assisted and everything like that. Um, you know what's the way forward on that front as well from from Europe from your vantage point. Thank you, Democratic Ohio Congressman Tim Ryan, chair of the Appropriations subcommittee on the legislative branch. That's a great question. Why do you ask that first, you know, look were in a very difficult time. Right now. This is, you know, Yes, I do think we need a complete change of the top, but we've got an immediate job to do. On. I think the interim chief is committed to doing that on. Do you know we've got to move forward, you know, with who we have in place right now. I think that's that's gonna be important because we do need a chain of command. We do need people in charge. I think there's enough P to, you know, Make sure we do it The right way on Gluck, I You know, I talked to the interim chief on January 6th, and it was not a very pleasant conversation couldn't get ahold, the chief's son. And I spoke to her. And you could imagine. You know what I what I had to say about taking care of business in so you know, But here we are, And and we've gotta We've gotta just come together now and rally around each other to make sure that this is the Safe inauguration and and and we're committed to do that. Well, look, we gotta find out a lot of the blame game. Ah, lot of comments. I saw cheese son. Interview bread with great interest what he had to say. You're right. We were given assurances I was personally given assurances the day before, as was Chairwoman Lofgren about baking adequately prepared, you know? No, uh, no problems and and we we had enough back up and all the rest. So, uh, we're very disappointed by that again back to the first questions about trying to establish some trust again with Capitol police because of everything that has been said and done. On beer going to continue to do that, to tease out exactly what these conversations look like and who was involved with them, and we need to have conversations with all of those different entities. From the mayor's office to chief son to the sergeant at arms. We can't seem to find on all of these other people that were involved. That's gonna that's gonna take a little bit of time. That's gonna be an investigation or oversight over want to call it that needs to get done, and we will get to the bottom of that, but for our purposes now Our purposes now are to make sure that there aren't any bureaucratic snafu has any hold ups any dope blaze that there is approval already before we even get to an inauguration day. With is many National Guardsmen and women that we could possibly need that they are ready and teed up and close by to be able to stop anything. Eyes that this may potentially happen without having to make you know, other than a phone call or a text, you know, send them over here We are come to this area. Other than that everything should be teed up and ready to go with equipment. With the rules on use of force..

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"theo administration" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

09:00 min | 10 months ago

"theo administration" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And then at seven o'clock tonight on fresh air. Maggie Haberman will talk about her four years covering the Trump Administration or The New York Times. That's fresh air with Terry Gross coming up at seven o'clock tonight. Here on KQED, San Francisco and Qet QE II North Highland Sacrament. And welcome back to political breakdown on Scott Shaffer here as almost always with Marisa Lagos, and you probably noticed that Republicans had of well we'll say a very good election right here in California. Not at the top of the ticket so much. Joe Biden got swamped. Rather swamped. President Trump down the ballots there. There was some really some support. Maybe some surprises. Republican candidates picked up four congressional seats. And our guest today is the political consultant who managed two of those campaigns. CMO. Welcome to the breakdown. It's for having me guys. Yeah, So congratulations. Congratulations. So let's before we get to, uh, this year's election. Just let's just go back to 2018. Democrats had really had a clean sweep in Orange County. They flipped four Orange County congressional seats. And so things were looking a little bleak for your party. What was it that you saw that your party saw that made you think we have an opportunity here? I mean, we need you alive, self reflection after what happened, 2018 and E mean just in the entire process of just preparing for 2020. I think we have to do a deep dive into what exactly happened right? There's been a lot written about the blue wave the green wave voter enthusiasm. And what I found personally, especially in 39 48 in the young king himself. Still seats where that obviously we be. Candidates in 2018 were heavily out stand. And actually had a significant part to do with that. And I think the other thing was that independence went overwhelmingly Democrat. I mean, I did a deep dive into some of these. Mr Exacting ended for four of the seven and what I was kind of seeing was independents voting for the Democrat by 30 to 50 points, So that was something that we really had to, like, kind of figure out kind of address in kind of like Game plan for like, How do we or who do we recruit that can appeal to independent voters on D? How are they going to be able to try to narrow that gap? So that was a huge issue issue that we have the address? Before we even kind of started recruiting candidates, and I think you know, fortunately for for me for the California Republican Party were able to recruit some dynamic handed. There's this time around. I mean, one of them was rematch. Right? Young Kim did did take a seat that she almost one in 28. It actually went for freshman orientation and then had to come back s o. I mean, How much is it? The candidates I mean, and we can get more deeper into this. But I'm curious, though, Like how much of it did you see? Is that being the main focus and how much of it was either embracing or distancing them from Trump did that matter in those districts because it feels like for four years, he's just Really dominated everything about our political discussion. Yeah. I mean, if if the race was gonna come down the trumpet, I think way had a very good idea how these seven seats, we're gonna play out again in 2020. And the thing is, we were able to recruit dynamic candidates with deep roots in their communities who had a proven track record on issues important to the voters in these districts, right so I mean, one of the big things that we saw in the campaign for all time. And time again was voters frustrated that their elected officials that their members of Congress weren't addressing some of the biggest issues of the day? Rolling blackouts wildfires. The price of gas was very high early in the cycle way had we had, and we still continue to have major issues with homelessness and We saw none of these incumbents talk about any of these issues. He offered no solutions. They wanted to talk about national politics. They wanted to talk about the president impeaching in and that's all the you know, that's what they wanted to make their tenure in office about. So you know, we found candidates who were more than happy to talk about these local issues that impacted the Affordability issues that people are facing right now. And they had proven track records of lowering taxes. Trying to make health care a little bit more affordable will be more accessible. So these were the things that we talk about these air the things that we saw a lot of voters in these districts like I want to hear you know where these candidates stood on these issues where, you know, I think the Democrats, the Democrats really just want to talk about national politics, and I think they didn't do a very good job. You know, highlighting or even articulating where they sit on these issues or even offering any sort of accomplishments while you're in office. So the two candidates we were way talked about the top Michelle Steele and Young Kim to Korean American candidates from Orange County Talk about the significance of that and how you used That the fact that they're both immigrants from South Korea. I believe you know how did that play into the campaign and not just the things that were above the the surface but kind of below the radar as well? Yeah, I think I mean, look there, unlike any other candidates we've seen in Orange County in recent memory, and I think that's that was a way that we could show independent voters that look, These are not the typical republic candids of candidates that were running the past that they have personal stories that highlight Different issues in the communities. Right. So like you have Michelle Steele, who is an immigrant from Korea grew up in Japan creates her first language. Japanese is your second language. English is your third language. She came to America. Her mom, being a single single mom opened up a clothing store in Los Angeles County that was fine by the Board of Equalization at the time, it was unwarranted. Fine and they didn't have the means or the ability to speak in English to be able to fight it. So the end of having dissipated and one of the things that Michelle had always talking about from day. One is that she want to be a strong voice for the voiceless. It's why she later ran for the very agency that kind of catalyzed her family and she wanted to represent like the different communities. In her district. So I think it's from ages a very human standpoint, that she has a very unique story to tell that really kind of connects her to different demographics and heard district. It's very diverse. There's a large Vietnamese population and she has done a lot of work in the Vietnamese community over the last 10 20 years, her and her husband have been very Active on the Asian American front as trying to get them out of commission Bob in the political process, helping identify leaders who want to run for public office. And it's something that like that they weren't just new to. They didn't show up one day when they decide to run for Congress. They had deep roots in the community, and at the end of that, I think was a huge benefit. To the campaign that they had these deep roots. They understood the beginning. These community knew their issues took strong positions on the on the issues that they cared about, and even like spoke out against Trump when Theo administration Came out. I think it was in 2000 and 18 2019, but the Vietnamese refugee executive worker Good candidates matter, obviously, and I think in a minute we can talk about also just what hard workers Both of those candidates were and the doors. They're not dumb, but I'm curious how much you feel like you guys. You all got really a lot of help by some of the rhetoric coming out from the progressive left around. Questions of socialist policy is in the ability to kind of capitalize on that. The defense the police movement, I mean, were those things that you feel? Democrats really handed. These candidates kind of a win with Yeah, you wouldn't extend. I think I mean, look again. The voters that we've talked to you, Um, wanted to talk about affordability. They wanted to talk about the house, the housing issues, the homelessness issues, and then we have a lot of Democrats. Incumbents who we're talking about against socialism and one you know, 85 being swept up in all of these kind of big. Progressive issues. And the thing is, we wanted to talk about things that require common sense solutions. And that was something that we start Torto throughout the campaign, and, Yeah, I think it was a huge benefit to both candidates. But, yeah, I think it just really kind of highlighted in in some ways how out of touch these guys were with, you know, with their respective districts. If you're just joining us, we're listening to political breakdown. I'm Scott Shaffer here with Marisa Lagos. And our guest today is Sam Oh, he's a Republican political consultant, managed a couple of winning congressional campaigns down in Orange County..

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"theo administration" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:40 min | 10 months ago

"theo administration" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Now the Zippo question I left you with yesterday. Presumptive president elect Joe Biden says he wants a Cabinet that looks like America looking my staff. I have the most diverse staff of anybody running. I've always done that. This is why what the country has to look like. Theo administration should look like the American public. The administration should look like the American public. Does that mean half of his Cabinet members will be Trump supporters. This is just unbelievable. Wanted cabin that looks like America, so MLK was wrong. When you said you should evaluate people based upon the content of their character, rather than the color of their skin. He was just dead wrong. Half the country voted against you. Does that mean half your cabinet will be people who oppose your position? Of course not. You talking about? I want a camera that looks like America. Condescending. Last year when the Dodgers lost world Syriza's Ice Cube. The wrapper. Was at the airport teams he hit and asked very celebrity stuff when they go in and out. They asked him about why the Dodgers lost. He said. They need some what they need more brothers on the team meeting. They need more black players on the team. Fast forward. I just have one black player Mookie Betz. They won the World Series. The Dodgers quote look like America. What does that even mean? Question for this weekend. If you have a parent or parents over the age of 65 D plan on visiting them this Thanksgiving?.

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"theo administration" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:51 min | 10 months ago

"theo administration" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Fans. They see scavenge a hood on ESPN 1000 and streaming on the new ESPN Chicago AB. All right. We roll on capture a hood on a Tuesday before Thanksgiving in the Great city of Chicago. Hope you're safe and hope you're healthy. It is 902. Jed Hoyer on Zoom, Met the media it yesterday. Hoody. He's It's now his shop. He is in charge, right? So do you expect Major major change. I expect some change Major change. That means that you're going to knock it down to the studs. Do you think that will happen? I don't know. If it's knocked down to the studs. I still believe that there would be some remnant of the chairmanship team around. Maybe that means Anthony Rizzo. That means Rizzo. That means Rizzo. What I'm saying is, is that with this team We start and look back at the Theo administration, where it's successful on one end that you win a World Series championship. You have sustained success, but you're not really equipped for the future. Do not And the team underachieved. And there will be some like me in our interview with Theo that question like, Hey, you know, while you're struggling after in 17 18 no major changes were made. You still believe that corner Corn would not do it as uncle L C would say that dog just won't hunt. It didn't do anything. You know Aziz far as the offense of problems that a team headed 16 So now it's judge show and jet has the opportunity to be able to say You know what? We gotta replenish his farm system. That means they're going to sell off pennies to the dollar to some of our assets. We have to do it because we gotta get younger and better quickly. Here is Tom Ricketson. Are they tearing it down? Well, I mean, I would always always take Judge recommendation on what to do with what happens on the field. But but I don't think anybody's tearing anything down. The the fact is that you know, we have a good club. I think people excited to see us back on the field next year. I'm just gonna just like everyone else. Just hope that the combination of all the variables that are out there Gonna break our way and we can get people in the park as soon as possible. Okay, That was Tom. Wait, stop. Pause. Its jets call, isn't it? It is And what's he talking about? Well, I think they've probably had lengthy conversations about what direction are we going here? What do you see us going? So with Darvish and Hendrix fronting your rotation. You can't tear it to the studs. Unless you're gonna move those guys said he says We're tearing anything down. You're gonna roll out. That's when that same ball club in 2021 u better not know shit. So what's he talking about there? Wanted again. Hold it close to the vest. We are going back and forth in front of figure out what's best for the ball club. Okay, So does that mean then you're going to extend contract offers long term to Bryant by as Rizzo contrary, Schwarber Where's Jed Hoyer? You know, First of all. Without specifying, Chris. You know, we have a lot of great players in this roster. We have some guys that had great years last year, and we have some guys that down years, but I certainly wouldn't speculate about the future of any one guy at this point. Miss Farr's extension talks. We have none ongoing right now. No, but certainly we have players on this roster that we'd love to have here for a long time. So at some point the future I think we'll probably pick those up. But right now there's nothing on going Many great players in the Cubs roster cap 2020. Great player. Everybody said in the beginning, right? Yes, I'm holding. You see if you were in Chicago, and we have to listen to everything to degrade your detail of what these people are saying, right? Because your cup fan has to decide whether not when you can get back to the stands when that you want to pay through the nose again to see that product. Underachieving product that we've seen for 2017 underachieving meeting that after the 16 championship, they didn't look like a World Series team. They did not so because I've never seen a team that good. Go through a three year slump. Correct? I did. Great players on the roster. Who then I got the yellow pad ready. Give me those great players in this cub's roster. I would still put Harvey or bias on that list. Gold Glove? Yes. 60 Game pandemic conduce season prior to that. Yeah, he's still a great, great player. I'll throw the pandemic. You're out. Okay Through all this. 60 game. Nonsense, Right? Throw it out. Yep. Will secure traitors to still a great player. Thanks. So I Dok started multiple years in the All Star game. Big arm plays with passion. Yeah, I would still put him there and I'd put Anthony Rizzo there. He just want his fourth Gold glove. He prior to the pandemic. He's you write him in for 30 and 100, every single year leader in the room face of your franchise, four gold gloves and a platinum club. That's it. You're not saying Hayward? No, not a word, huh? No, not Schwarber. No. Okay. And not you. I could be convinced I was thinking. Just position players. Um I don't know, Brian. No, I don't think you have a great pitcher on the Cubs. That now Lester is gone. So you don't look at Yu Darvish or Kyle Hendricks is someone that confront the rotation, not front of rotation. Now. Kyle is part of the rotation. Save cows on a good team. That's a three starter, but he'll give you quality. I'll take the quality because he's gonna give me six innings plus off a quality start. More times. I dropped him on the White Sox roster just dropped on there. Yeah, I can't use them. You tell me He's the three on that team. No shot not to know He's not a one..

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"theo administration" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:50 min | 11 months ago

"theo administration" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Amy Walter from the takeaway were well underway and the ability for Theo administration in any way by failure recognizes this our wind. Does not change the dynamic at all. What radio peaceful transfer of power is a cornerstone of American democracy. Right now. President Trump is not only refusing to concede this election. He's also denying the incoming Biden administration access to keep documents funding an information they need to ensure a safe and smooth transition. Now the formal transition process is actually a pretty new thing. Congress passed the Presidential transition act just over 50 years ago. Him. Things proceeded from there with relatively little drama or problems until 2000 President George Florida's certification of George Bush is the winner. It's not up for me to accept or reject. There's a legal process here, you know, let's just watch this happen. It'll be over soon and we'll be ready for the transition. It wasn't until weeks after that. Bill Clinton Cabinet meeting December 12 35 days after the election that George W. Bush was officially declared the winner. That gave then President elect Bush just over a month to plan for and staff his administration. Course. Nine months later, the September 11th terrorist attacks happened catching the nation and relatively new president off guard. When the 9 11 Commission report came out in 2004, it pointed to this truncated transition. Is a weakness and recommended a more formalized process. Catherine Don Tempus is it senior fellow at the University of Virginia's Miller Center. She's also the senior research director at the White House Transition Project. So laws were passed in the 2000. There's been sort of three sets of laws that have been passed to kind of they keep refining it and keep refining it. But what they did primarily is that they enabled the winning candidates to receive funding to start their transitions after they were formally nominated. So that meant that once Biden was the Democratic nominee, he was he was provided with office space. Some funding for salaries. And the ability to start planning ahead. Talk to us a little bit about how worried you are or how worried we should be as Americans about this, As you pointed out, the attacks on 9 11 happened. No, not that long after President Bush took office. If something happens January or February of this coming year, would the Biden Administration be potentially unable to respond because they just simply didn't have the staffing and they didn't have the time to ramp up and be ready. We'll let me back up just a bit to point out that there are basically two important phases of the transition. The first I pointed out was after the the nominee. Has been formally nominated by the party and they receive some resource is the next big transfer resource is comes after the head of the G s A has ascertained the next President, United States and they use that Burbage ascertain that bird. I'm not really sure why, but And that's the point at which The president, the incoming president can start to have access to classified material. They can start to be part of the president's daily brief with which is the tells them all of the national security issues. It enables the Biden transition team to have access to all of these individuals, civil servants and political appointees at the various agencies so that they can interview them. So what's happening now is they are preventing the Biden from moving to the next phase, and what I would argue is the most important phase of the transition. It's critically important that the Biden staff members be able to go to the Department of Justice, for instance, and to be able to interview the FBI director, the head of the Criminal Division, the head of the National Security Division. Try to get a sense of sense of what's the lay of the land where the priorities what the crises that might be boiling over by the time we get here, and that's what they're being denied. So I think there should be a lot of concern about this. The inability to advance to this next stage of the transition. It's not to say that it's going to necessarily result in some sort of crisis. I don't know that, but We want a country that's prepared so it strikes me as we're basically just sort of harming ourselves for no apparent reason, and we're inhibiting our ability. To be in the best possible situation. We can be on January 20th, and there's no reason for that. We have the resources. We have the capacity. So why? So let's talk about the why. And the who? So Emily Murphy is a name that most of us Probably weren't familiar with until now. She is a person who is at the head of the G s A. Can you talk a little bit about How her role what her role is and how much leeway she has to continue to refuse to release these funds or to allow The Biden team to start integrating with the outgoing Trump administration. So Emily Murphy is the administrator of the G S. A. It's a political appointment in the GSC itself is largely responsible for all the government real estate, so they help provide office space and oversee office space. Um, you know, and in most situations you would never even hear of the G s a in this particular case because all the transition funding the legislation housed it in the G s a She has the capacity to release the funding in the resource is to the party nominees and then eventually to the president elect by law. She is the one that has to ascertain the election, so there will be no funding going out until she does it. So what's tying our hands? I mean, she is appointed by President Trump. She must be a Republican who has some Loyalty to this administration and is unwilling to buck the advice. She's getting probably from Mark Meadows, probably the chief of staff who is weighing on her. So what happens? The electors meet in mid December, and they certify the results of this election. Is that the time in which you could argue that There just is no formal or legal option for the president to continue to It's sort of obstructed this process. Right? I think the meeting of the electoral college and the electors casting their ballots. And if if the numbers show that you know Biden exceeds 2 70 as he as they appear to now it strikes me that there is she has no justification. To deny the Biden campaign or president elect by and hit the resource is, however. This is a norm, shattering president and we've never had a president who has not conceded. He's lost the election. So normally, I would say yes. You know, that is clearly a decisive moment in American history when the electors cast their vote, And if Biden exceeds 2 70. He is the president. At the same time. I honestly don't know what to expect in this administration. It's very hard to predict many of his political appointees have been loyal to the core. You use the word norm shit or term norm shattering, and I'm wondering how close we are to instead of norm, shattering. Actual democracy damaging, I mean, really, fundamentally undermining the integrity. Of our government and the things on which it is built. I would contend that President Trump along with many senators, who are Denying the facts of the election results and are upholding sort of Trump's Baseless claims of fraud and stealing the election that they are undermining the very tenants of American democracy. In order to have a healthy democracy, the citizenry has to believe in the institutions. They have to believe that the elections that they voted are free and fair. And by actively perpetuating this notion that there has been fraud and some sort of stealing of votes. You are undermining the important tenets of American democracy. And that has long term implications and we are already at important and I would say high level of turmoil in this country. Pandemic has wrecked havoc on the account economy. Various incidents across the country have heightened racial tensions in this country. This is not a moment where we then need to undermine yet another important aspect of American democracy. How

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Trump is stonewalling Biden's transition. Here's why it matters

The Takeaway

08:50 min | 11 months ago

Trump is stonewalling Biden's transition. Here's why it matters

"Amy Walter from the takeaway were well underway and the ability for Theo administration in any way by failure recognizes this our wind. Does not change the dynamic at all. What radio peaceful transfer of power is a cornerstone of American democracy. Right now. President Trump is not only refusing to concede this election. He's also denying the incoming Biden administration access to keep documents funding an information they need to ensure a safe and smooth transition. Now the formal transition process is actually a pretty new thing. Congress passed the Presidential transition act just over 50 years ago. Him. Things proceeded from there with relatively little drama or problems until 2000 President George Florida's certification of George Bush is the winner. It's not up for me to accept or reject. There's a legal process here, you know, let's just watch this happen. It'll be over soon and we'll be ready for the transition. It wasn't until weeks after that. Bill Clinton Cabinet meeting December 12 35 days after the election that George W. Bush was officially declared the winner. That gave then President elect Bush just over a month to plan for and staff his administration. Course. Nine months later, the September 11th terrorist attacks happened catching the nation and relatively new president off guard. When the 9 11 Commission report came out in 2004, it pointed to this truncated transition. Is a weakness and recommended a more formalized process. Catherine Don Tempus is it senior fellow at the University of Virginia's Miller Center. She's also the senior research director at the White House Transition Project. So laws were passed in the 2000. There's been sort of three sets of laws that have been passed to kind of they keep refining it and keep refining it. But what they did primarily is that they enabled the winning candidates to receive funding to start their transitions after they were formally nominated. So that meant that once Biden was the Democratic nominee, he was he was provided with office space. Some funding for salaries. And the ability to start planning ahead. Talk to us a little bit about how worried you are or how worried we should be as Americans about this, As you pointed out, the attacks on 9 11 happened. No, not that long after President Bush took office. If something happens January or February of this coming year, would the Biden Administration be potentially unable to respond because they just simply didn't have the staffing and they didn't have the time to ramp up and be ready. We'll let me back up just a bit to point out that there are basically two important phases of the transition. The first I pointed out was after the the nominee. Has been formally nominated by the party and they receive some resource is the next big transfer resource is comes after the head of the G s A has ascertained the next President, United States and they use that Burbage ascertain that bird. I'm not really sure why, but And that's the point at which The president, the incoming president can start to have access to classified material. They can start to be part of the president's daily brief with which is the tells them all of the national security issues. It enables the Biden transition team to have access to all of these individuals, civil servants and political appointees at the various agencies so that they can interview them. So what's happening now is they are preventing the Biden from moving to the next phase, and what I would argue is the most important phase of the transition. It's critically important that the Biden staff members be able to go to the Department of Justice, for instance, and to be able to interview the FBI director, the head of the Criminal Division, the head of the National Security Division. Try to get a sense of sense of what's the lay of the land where the priorities what the crises that might be boiling over by the time we get here, and that's what they're being denied. So I think there should be a lot of concern about this. The inability to advance to this next stage of the transition. It's not to say that it's going to necessarily result in some sort of crisis. I don't know that, but We want a country that's prepared so it strikes me as we're basically just sort of harming ourselves for no apparent reason, and we're inhibiting our ability. To be in the best possible situation. We can be on January 20th, and there's no reason for that. We have the resources. We have the capacity. So why? So let's talk about the why. And the who? So Emily Murphy is a name that most of us Probably weren't familiar with until now. She is a person who is at the head of the G s A. Can you talk a little bit about How her role what her role is and how much leeway she has to continue to refuse to release these funds or to allow The Biden team to start integrating with the outgoing Trump administration. So Emily Murphy is the administrator of the G S. A. It's a political appointment in the GSC itself is largely responsible for all the government real estate, so they help provide office space and oversee office space. Um, you know, and in most situations you would never even hear of the G s a in this particular case because all the transition funding the legislation housed it in the G s a She has the capacity to release the funding in the resource is to the party nominees and then eventually to the president elect by law. She is the one that has to ascertain the election, so there will be no funding going out until she does it. So what's tying our hands? I mean, she is appointed by President Trump. She must be a Republican who has some Loyalty to this administration and is unwilling to buck the advice. She's getting probably from Mark Meadows, probably the chief of staff who is weighing on her. So what happens? The electors meet in mid December, and they certify the results of this election. Is that the time in which you could argue that There just is no formal or legal option for the president to continue to It's sort of obstructed this process. Right? I think the meeting of the electoral college and the electors casting their ballots. And if if the numbers show that you know Biden exceeds 2 70 as he as they appear to now it strikes me that there is she has no justification. To deny the Biden campaign or president elect by and hit the resource is, however. This is a norm, shattering president and we've never had a president who has not conceded. He's lost the election. So normally, I would say yes. You know, that is clearly a decisive moment in American history when the electors cast their vote, And if Biden exceeds 2 70. He is the president. At the same time. I honestly don't know what to expect in this administration. It's very hard to predict many of his political appointees have been loyal to the core. You use the word norm shit or term norm shattering, and I'm wondering how close we are to instead of norm, shattering. Actual democracy damaging, I mean, really, fundamentally undermining the integrity. Of our government and the things on which it is built. I would contend that President Trump along with many senators, who are Denying the facts of the election results and are upholding sort of Trump's Baseless claims of fraud and stealing the election that they are undermining the very tenants of American democracy. In order to have a healthy democracy, the citizenry has to believe in the institutions. They have to believe that the elections that they voted are free and fair. And by actively perpetuating this notion that there has been fraud and some sort of stealing of votes. You are undermining the important tenets of American democracy. And that has long term implications and we are already at important and I would say high level of turmoil in this country. Pandemic has wrecked havoc on the account economy. Various incidents across the country have heightened racial tensions in this country. This is not a moment where we then need to undermine yet another important aspect of American democracy. How

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"theo administration" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"theo administration" Discussed on WCPT 820

"From 11 to 2. Right here are wcpo a 20 where facts matter. Francis, The Senate majority leader says members have an agreement in principle for the next Corona virus stimulus bill. On the Kenyan reports. After days of closed door negotiations, Senator Mitch McConnell took to the Senate floor to make this announcement majority has assembled a framework for cares to Theo administration has requested additional career fine details, but we will be laying down this proposal earlier, actually. Senator McConnell says the cares to bill will deal with both the economic and the health care crises gripping the nation. We need to get Americans back to work on school, turning to fight for our nation's thie. Details could be released as soon as Monday. Linda Canyon Washington ordered the U. S close its consulate overnight the western city of Chung Ju ratcheting up a diplomatic conflict at a time when relations have sunk to the lowest level in decades. Move in response to the Trump administration's order this week for Beijing to close its consulate in Houston after Washington accused Chinese agents of theft air travel is collapsed because of the virus pandemic and airlines air trying to inform passengers and their own employees about safe. Southwest Airlines says it will not allow health waivers to its face mask rule on Ly Children under the age of two will be exempt from the requirement to cover their mouth and nose during flights. Meanwhile, Delta Airlines says it will Spend its Corona virus testing of employees to include at home test. All airlines require passengers to wear masks during flights and most extend the rule to airports to, But some people have complained about violators, refusing to keep their masks on Bill Michael in California Panels recommended Charles Manson follower Leslie Van Houten be paroled after serving nearly five decades in prison. Governor Gavin Newsom could still deny that parole. Francis. This issue. Cargoes progressive talk 20 a M. W. CPT, Willow Springs and Online wcpo, a 20 dot com where facts matter, Thiss is a Potter's field. When people can't pay for their funerals. They're buried here. It is a lonely, desolate place littered.

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"theo administration" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"theo administration" Discussed on WJR 760

"Where Detroit comes close to a deal. Then Howden paroled. Francis, the Senate majority leader, says members have an agreement in principle for the next Corona virus stimulus bill from the Kenyan reports. After days of closed door negotiations, Senator Mitch McConnell took to the Senate floor to make this announcement. The Senate majority has assembled a framework for cares. To Theo administration has requested additional time through the fine details, but we will be laying down this proposal earlier. Actually, Senator McConnell says the cares to bill will deal with both the economic and the health care crises gripping the nation. We need to get Americans back to work on school, while continuing to fight for our nation's healthy details could be released as soon as Monday. Linda Canyon Washington ordered the U. S close its consulate overnight. The western city of Do ratcheting up a diplomatic conflict at a time when relations have sunk to the lowest level in decades move in response to the Trump administration's order this week for Beijing to close its consulate in Houston after Washington accused Chinese agents of theft air travel is collapsed because of the virus, pandemic and airlines of trying to inform passengers and their own employees about safe. Southwest Airlines says it will not allow help waivers to its face mask rule on ly Children under the age of two will be Exempt from the requirement to cover their mouth and nose during flights. Meanwhile, Delta Airlines says it will expand its Corona virus testing of employees to include at home test. All airlines require passengers to wear masks during flights and most extend the rule to airports to But some people have complained about violators, refusing to keep their masks on. I'm Bill Michael in California. Panels recommended Charles Manson follower Leslie Van Outen be paroled after serving nearly five.

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"theo administration" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"theo administration" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Cares to. Theo administration has requested additional time career the fine details, but we will be laying down this proposal early. Naturally, Senator McConnell says the cares to bill will deal with both the economic and the health care crises gripping the nation. We need to get Americans back to work on school. Well, continuing to fight for our nation's healthy details could be released as soon as Monday. Linda Canyon Washington ordered the U. S close its consulate overnight the western city of Chengdu, ratcheting up a diplomatic conflict at a time when relations have sunk to the lowest level in decades. Wolf in response to the Trump administration's order this week for Beijing to close its consulate in Houston after Washington accused Chinese agents of theft. Will ever travel is collapsed because of the virus, pandemic and airlines of trying to inform passengers and their own employees about safe. Southwest Airlines says it will not allow health waivers to its face mask rule on ly Children under the age of two will be exempt from the requirement to cover their mouth and nose during flights. Meanwhile, Delta Airlines says it will expand its Corona virus testing of employees to include at home test. All airlines require passengers to wear masks during flights. And most extend the rule to airports to, But some people have complained about violators, refusing to keep their masks on. I'm Bill Michael in California a panel is recommended. Charles Manson follower Leslie Van Outen, be paroled after serving nearly five decades in prison for.

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"theo administration" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"theo administration" Discussed on KGO 810

"A framework for cares to Theo administration has requested additional time career in the fine details. But we will be laying down this proposal Early. Naturally, Senator McConnell says the cares to bill will deal with both the economic and the health care crises gripping the nation. We need to get Americans back to work and school well, continuing to fight for our nation's healthy details could be released as soon as Monday. Linda Canyon, Washington or the US close its consulate overnight. The Western study of Chung do ratcheting up diplomatic conflict at a time when relations have sung to their lowest level on deck. Jade's move in response to the Trump administration's order this week for Beijing to close its consulate in Houston after Washington accused Chinese agents of theft ever travel is collapsed because of the virus. Pandemic and airlines are trying to inform passengers and their own employees about safe. Southwest Airlines says it will not allow health waivers to its face mask rule on Ly Children under the age of two will be exempt from the requirement to cover their mouth and nose during flights. Meanwhile, Delta Airlines says it will expand its Corona virus testing of employees to include at home test. All airlines require passengers to wear masks during flights and most extend the rule to airports to But some people have complained about violators, refusing to keep their masks on. I'm Bill Michael in California. A panel is recommended. Charles Manson follower Leslie Van Houten be paroled after serving nearly five decades in prison..

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