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"tol cave" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:05 min | Last week

"tol cave" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Founders of the black hole and was just kind of need toe go back and get the history of such a proud franchise of fans. And I really appreciate all those great people that are gonna be coming here to Vegas. But boy, it's just detrimental to a city like that to lose an organization like the Raiders, and like you, said the Warriors going across the bay to San Francisco. And to me if they lose the A's man, it's just like what's gonna be there. Sports wise. There's the Cal bears that's in the East Bay right or ST Mary's basketball. Because in the market has left for the Giants. 40 Niners, the Warriors. And the San Jose Sharks, and that's it. And this is and it is proven in the past that this is a two team market for baseball, and there was a time when the A's You go back to the early nineties. Kenny When the likes of Conseco Maguire, Rickey Henderson, Dennis Eckersley, Dave Stewart, you go on and on where the A's had the highest payroll in baseball in the A's also had one of the best attendance figures in baseball. Look, the Coliseum was a terrific ballpark. Before they decided Tol Cave in and give the Raiders everything they wanted and turn when they built Mount Davis. It come to me. It completely ruined. Three Open Coliseum is a baseball stadium and that monstrosity and center you could see the East Bay Hills. There was a pretty view. Out toward the east from inside the ballpark, and that was gone. One step monstrosity was built out there in center field, so I do believe I know the A's Don't think it's possible and I've even heard from some people in Major league baseball today believe the Coliseum property could be, uh A new area where the goods where you could do this it whether it's the parking lot there. But right now, the ownership of the A's John Fisher and President Dave Cattle has zero interest in them. Wow,.

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"tol cave" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

03:02 min | 4 months ago

"tol cave" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"He's been saying that they need more aid in New York and that he hopes That leader. Schumer will be able to deliver that for them, which is just another thing that he can add to his worries back home. So let me bring it back to the president and Senate Republicans because he had told GOP lawmakers that he has quote an open door and an open mind to their ideas. But are those just words? Or is the White House committed to bipartisanship when it comes to this nearly $2 trillion coronavirus plan? You know, I don't think they're just words particular when it comes to President Biden, and he really Is committed to bipartisanship. But, uh, this is a very tough bill to force. The Republicans do not want another two trillion package after the theories that they called the bills that they saw the past year and so it is putting Joe Biden in a difficult place. I know that a lot of Republicans think that while the president himself seems to really want to compromise with them, they worry that Democratic lawmakers and even people within the White House who worked for Biden are trying to pull him farther to the left. And so we're starting to see some of this play out more. I do think that we should have more answers soon on whether President Biden is willing Tol cave to certain demands. There's been talk of changing the threshold the income threshold for the stimulus check on Dawson negotiations on other areas, and so if there is a deal, I know that President Biden and his team are hoping it'll still look a lot more like the deal that he had put forward and proposed originally. But I think we have to watch. Wait and see really how these negotiations play out Elena train. She covers the White House and Congress. Her work available and access dot com here in Washington. We thank you for being with us. Thank you so much for having me at the closing bell on Wall Street, the Dow Rose 332. The NASDAQ was up 1 67 and the S and P gaining 41 a half. Now the Democrats have control of the Senate committees. CNBC is reporting that the new chair of the Senate Finance Committee preparing to take on the super wealthy, dark money groups and special interest organizations, Oregon Senator Ron Wyden, saying tax reform is the number one priority for the committee. There was another attempt today to breach security near the U. S. Capitol. A statement from police stating that a female suspect arriving at a security checkpoint along New Jersey Avenue in D Street southeast earlier today. He was told she could not enter the premises. The woman ignored. The officer attempted to drive through the checkpoint and hit one of the officers in the process. She is being charged with assaulting a Capitol Hill police officer assaulting with a deadly weapon and unlawful entry. There are no reports of any serious injuries. You're listening to Washington today. Sundays at noon Eastern time here, interviews with national leaders and journalists round tables on NBC's Meet the Press. Baby sees.

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"tol cave" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

04:38 min | 4 months ago

"tol cave" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Priorities first, of course, Mitch McConnell is going to try and force him on a corner in many different issues we saw that happened with the delay of the organizing resolution or the palace sharing accord that kind of set up how the Senate would operate in this new 50 50 state. And then there's Republicans who are. Of course, we saw this this week when they went straight to President Biden to negotiate their own bill, and they're going to continue to try to skirt him in. Additional legislation. I think in the weeks to come, we're talking with Elaine a train of access, and not only is he facing pressure here in Washington, But as you point out the Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer, also feeling it at home, whether it's representative Alexandria, Kaze, Cortez or governor Andrew Cuomo house so well, New York is an interesting state, but of course, Alison Um Alexander Ocasio Cortez. Your congresswoman, Very popular progressive. He's flirting with the idea of running for Senate in 2022. Chuck Schumer seat is up during the midterms, and so there's definitely a pull there and something that he needs to watch for. She does brought into very popular says a ton of support. And so I think that he's definitely keeping an eye on her and it could potentially shape how he acts on some issues. As majority leader and then governor. Cuomo has also been putting a lot of pressure on him, particularly with stimulus bill and making sure that they get additional funding for state and local governments. He's been saying that they need more aid in New York and that he hopes That leader. Schumer will be able to deliver that for them, which is just another thing that he can add to his worries back home. So let me bring it back to the president and Senate Republicans because he had told GOP lawmakers that he has quote an open door and an open mind to their ideas. But are those just words? Or is the White House committed to bipartisanship when it comes to this nearly $2 trillion coronavirus plan? You know, Steve, I think I don't think they're just words particular when it comes to President Biden, and he really Is committed to bipartisanship. But, uh, this is a very tough bill to force. The Republicans do not want another two trillion package after the theories that they of covert bills that they saw the past year and so it is putting Joe Biden in a difficult place. I know that a lot of Republicans think that while the president himself seems to really want to compromise with them, they worry that Democratic lawmakers and even people within the White House who works Biden are trying to pull him farther to the left. And so we're starting to see some of this play out more. I do think that we should have more answers soon on whether President Biden is willing Tol cave to certain demands. There's been talk of changing the threshold the income threshold for the stimulus check on Dawson negotiations on other areas, and so if there is a deal, I know that President Biden and his team are hoping it'll still look a lot more like the deal that he had put forward and proposed originally. But I think we have to watch. Wait and see really, how these negotiations play out. I mean, you see is people washed Elena training. She covers the White House and Congress. Her work available and access dot com Here in Washington. We thank you for being with us. Thank you so much for having me at the closing bell on Wall Street, the Dow Rose 332. The NASDAQ was up 1 67 and the S and P gaining 41 a half. Now the Democrats have control of the Senate committees. CNBC is reporting that the new chair of the Senate Finance Committee preparing to take on the super wealthy, dark money groups and special interest organizations, Oregon Senator Ron Wyden, saying tax reform is the number one priority for the committee. There was another attempt today to breach security near the U. S. Capitol. A statement from police stating that a female suspect arriving at a security checkpoint along New Jersey Avenue in D Street southeast earlier today. He was told you could not enter the premises. The woman ignored. The officer attempted to drive through the checkpoint and hit one of the officers in the process. She is being charged with assaulting a Capitol Hill police officer assaulting with a deadly weapon and unlawful entry. There are no reports of any serious injuries. You're listening to Washington today. Sundays at noon Eastern time here, Interviews with national leaders and journalists round tables on NBC's Meet The Press ABC this week..

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"tol cave" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:27 min | 4 months ago

"tol cave" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"One I know more than William Cohen. Of Maine has been out front in America on our demographic change. He coined the phrase Brown America years ago. William Cohen is lead America. Demographic shift and on the political realities of the moment. Don't Cohen, it's here. How do we adapt to it? What we have to adapt to the change by saying, this is who we purport to be. This country's made up of immigrants are rule has always been come to America. Legally, certainly, but come to America. Where is the land of opportunity? If you work hard, you play by the rules, you'll be able to start from the bottom and move your way up to the middle class and hopefully even up to the top class. That has been the America we've always advocated. And so now we see what's taking place is the country's becoming browner and that's going to happen inevitably. So the question is, Can we overcome our innate sense of prejudice, racism and accept people for who they are what they contribute to society. What their character is, as opposed to what the color of their skin is. S so we have to adapt to that. That's the reality here. More interviews like this one on Bloomberg television streaming live on Bloomberg dot com and on the Bloomberg mobile APP or check your local cable listings. I think you know we're in a good spot right now with monetary policy, and you know they're talking in the government about more fiscal policy. We really probably need that support to get us through. So we get the vaccines well distributed. We're in a good place right on script there from the ready, master Cleveland fed president That is the script of the Federals. Irv Right now. Policy is in a good place from New York City this morning. Good morning alongside Tom Keen and Lisa Kravitz. I'm Jonathan Farrow is the price action this Thursday morning as we count down to an important initial jobless claims to pour a little bit later this morning. Futures up just we had some white to the S and P. 500 by ran about 1/10 of 1%. We advance about four points in the bond market unchanged on a 10 year, 1.14 to 7% as Lisa points out five thirties. The widest spread between those two the steepest curve on that basis, going all the way back to 2016. That's where the effects market we have a break of 1 €21 dollar We've been looking for that. There it is. You're a dollar Tom 1 1990 coming in about 4/10 of 1% some real dynamics here, and I should notice Sterling railing off the Bank of England comments on negative rates. And so it's right now in Washington, Kevin surly our chief Washington. Correspondent Kevin What's the gap between the Liberals and the moderates of the majority Democratic Party? They don't want to compromise. You know, Yesterday, I said, I'm coming back to work today to one of my sources. And I said, What's going on with the stimulus plan? And and really the daylight amongst progressives and centrist right now is is huge. And as a result of that the Senate this week is likely going to pass with house did Thea other day with regard to the $1.9 trillion stimulus, But It's anyone's guess, really, if this is going to be able to pass, not just with the Republicans on Democrats, but because of that, the daylight that you have between the far left in the middle, I would suggest coming that so many of us are unused to where we are with Democrat Democrat Democrat structure in Washington. What is the process that they go through? Do they? Compromise is somebody put the time out Chair is Joe Manchin, the head of it all. I mean, what's the process? You expect to see? Well in terms of the $1400 stimulus checks. I think you're already seeing a little bit of the Democrat. It's leverage in terms of that they want to lower the number of American households that qualify for there to be $1400 stimulus checks. That's something that the far left is not like I spoke with one liberal, huh, Who told me essentially that there are already rumblings that they're deeply disappointed in terms of how Some of the more centrist members of President Biden's administrations have been willing Tol Cave on that on that could set up a lot of tension in the Democratic Party for the next couple of years. Can you have spade if you need to compromise, Kevin No. There's the speed here and really any working timetable. Jonathan for when this is likely going to be past, especially if they want to go through the process that they're trying to get it through is likely if not at the end of this month in early to mid March. Meanwhile, not only is there dissonance between the left far left in the Democratic Party And the more centrist members. But within the Republican Party, there's a showdown that's been going on over GOP representative Marjorie Taylor Greene on We have McCarthy coming out, saying that she's extreme trying to remove her from certain committees. We also have Mitch McConnell saying the same trying to paint her as an outlier. How much support does she have with the rank and file Republicans? None. I you know, when I talked to members about her specifically if they are willing to engage on the conversation of it, they are saying privately right now they don't like what she has done for the Republican Party at all. She's really boxed herself in in terms of where she congrats oh, in terms of her support that said many of the Republicans that I've spoken with would prefer that the process in her district that constituents Who elected her that they be the ones to decide If that's the representative, that is best for their for their district. I mean, Kevin, I know in your sabbatical, you did a staycation at the Trump Hotel. There were a few rooms available. But other than that, Kevin when you When you look at the New Washington what's it read? Matthew Makana Hayes Green lights. I finally finished the book, and here's the voice. I hear some gossip people in this town. Want to know if McConnell he's going to run for office? He's been making the rounds on. All of these shows and everyone saying is Matthew McConaughey going to run for office in Texas? What? I wonder what Ted Cruz thinks about what kind of politician is the gentleman actor? Well, I think I think you're God. You know, you know, he makes a really fascinating Ah, fascinating pitch for, uh, how to talk to the suburbs. I'll give him that this show got too serious for too long and 20 minutes in the rails, buddy Carl in the control room, forgot my name. Okay. Lisa's in a cast. Tom Brady's back in the Super Bowl. I mean, my going on here. These things go together. I want to find wood on the Super Bowl. Kevin doing a final, will you? Besides, the Eagles aren't in it. I never thought I'd say this. I'm rooting for Andy Reid again. You know, he used to be our coach itself. Cavalcade former audience which flavor and he's on his anti great You're asking me Suri Chiefs. That's my home's right. Mama's Yeah, that's that golden voice of radio. I just walked past by early this morning and just said my homes or Brady I just said my homes. Yeah. And that was it. Bottom line. The homes will be on the right side of history. Kevin. Sara Lee. Great to see you. Good to see you, Kevin. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. I don't think we gave him a hard time it all No, We didn't come from month. The hard time you gave me Kevin goes away for a month, and we're trying to show sound on weekdays 5 P.m. Eastern, or.

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