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WNYC 93.9 FM
"tom swazi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Freedoms to secure your rights to be normal in Washington. Gilbert continually praised former president Trump and even got a call from him, which he played over speaker phone for the crowd. From Pierre news, in Grand Junction Colorado. World financial markets, Asian markets, lower by the close, the Nike, the main market in Japan down nearly 1%, the hang sang in Hong Kong down 1.8%. You're listening to NPR news. On member station double the NYC at 6 O four, good morning, 67 and here comes the sun now. Today, sunny and warmer up to 84. We have delays this morning on the E G R and number four in 5 trains in the city. Kathy hochul was won the democratic nomination for New York governor setting her on an expected path to win the governor's office in November, hope will be back primary challenges Tuesday from New York City's elected public advocate, jimani Williams, and congressman Tom swazi, moderate from Long Island, Democrats have more than twice as many registered voters as Republicans in the state and are expected to keep the governor's mansion in the fall. Long Island congressman Lee zell and his won the Republican Party's nomination for New York governor. He defeated primary challenges last night for former Westchester county executive rob estorino, businessman Harry Wilson and Andrew Giuliani, the son of the former mayor, taking his stage to declare victory last night, zeldin shifted his message directly at incumbent governor Kathy hochul and the crowd went wild. Are we ready to fire Kathy hochul? Zelda will try to in November to become the first elected Republican governor in New York since George pataki was reelected in 20 in 2002, that's 20 years ago, the staunch ally of former president Trump was among the Republicans in Congress who voted against certifying the 2020 election results. New York City swimming pools opened to the public yesterday, but unannounced closures and long waits dampened the occasion for some, the city is struggling to hire enough lifeguards to staff its poles and beaches, bushwick residents of Anthony heves arrived at her neighborhood pool yesterday morning, only to find it locked. She and her 6 year old son eventually went to the mccarren park pool in Williamsburg, but a lack of available lifeguards there meant the city had to slash capacity at the poll by 70%, forcing the U.S. to wait online for hours. We
Bloomberg Radio New York
"tom swazi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"It's now 5 O 7 on Wall Street where it's 67° in Central Park. So got construction on the southbound van wyck from hillside to Atlantic avenue details coming up in traffic first, Michael Barr, with more on what's going on in New York and around the world. Good morning, Michael. Good morning, Nathan. 7 states, including New York, are set to host primary elections today. The first election since last week's Supreme Court ruling eliminating the constitutional right to an abortion. The slate of nominating contest could offer the first clues as to whether the political landscape has shifted. For the Democrats, New York governor Kathy hochul faces Tom swazi and jumani Williams for the gubernatorial nomination. Rob astorino Andrew Giuliani, Harry Wilson and Lee zeldin are running for the GOP nomination for governor. A judge has blocked New York City from letting non citizens vote for mayor and other municipal offices. Republicans challenge the measure as unconstitutional and a Staten Island judge agreed with the GOP in the ruling. The law supporters said it gave an electoral voice to many people who have made a home in the city and pay taxes but face tough paths to citizenship. It is the latest tragedy to claim the lives of migrants smuggled across the border from Mexico to the U.S. 46 people are dead after being abandoned and attracted trailer on a remote back road in San Antonio. 16 people were hospitalized, including four children. San Antonio police chief Bill McManus. A worker who heard a cry for help. Came out to investigate, found a trailer with the doors, partially opened.
Max & Murphy on Politics
"tom swazi" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"And when we lose that one shot money from the federal government, we're going to start cutting those as well. And what happens to the New Yorkers who need the most assistance? And the New Yorkers who are middle class who are struggling who are working, if there's one group that can have a second home on Park Avenue and not pay any taxes on it. And there's another group who will literally homeless on the brink of homelessness. That just can't be allowed to exist. What did you what did you think of the governor hoku had in her original policy platform? Some policies for accessory dwelling units allowing those in all areas zone for single-family housing and then a push for more transit oriented development. Those got a lot of pushback, especially from Long Island elect officials, including one of your competitors in this race, Tom swazi, among others, although he's spoken favorably about some of these policies, but saying he wants to do them more localized. And then so she dropped those. Are those two things that you would pursue? Are there any other sort of policies like those that are in your housing plan as well? But what about those two things specifically? I think you have to pursue them. The way it was done just tells me that unfortunately, as in most things, we're more interested in trying to ensure that we get a group of voters to win election than to actually help New Yorkers. And that's the problem. And we see that in the Republican Party in this most acute manner, we're literally allowing people to be massacred by machine guns because people want to make sure they get reelected. Unfortunately, Democratic Party did the same thing. I don't want us to jump out of the frying pan into the fire, but we have to acknowledge some of the things that we do. And that's one of them. Now, this is a conversation that should have been had with those people who have the concerns that you've spoken about..
Bloomberg Radio New York
"tom swazi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"NBC News radio And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom As we've been reporting infants and toddlers in the U.S. are now able to be vaccinated against COVID-19 this after shots from Moderna and Pfizer when support from health advisers today CDC director Rochelle Walensky signed off on the recommendations making the advice official and allowing the shots to finally go into those little arms Bitcoin plunged through several closely watched price levels to the lowest level since December 2020 This has evidence of the deepening stress within the crypto industry keeps on piling up and the fed keeps on tightening monetary policy The largest digital token by market value tumbled below $18,000 on Saturday Early voting got underway today in New York voters can now cast their ballots in party primaries through June 26th All counties will have their polls open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. on June 28th for the final day of voting Primaries for governor lieutenant governor and the state assembly are being held this month Governor Kathy hochul enjoys a big lead in the polls over Long Island congressman Tom swazi and New York City public advocate jumaane Williams Long Island congressman Lee zeldin is the FrontRunner on the Republican side A pair of apartments for sale at Manhattan's 15 Central Park west are being offered as a chance to own the second largest home in the trophy building More from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet Together the units totaled just over 8000 ft² with 97 feet of frontage along the park The 5th floor condos are being listed by compass with a $58 million asking price included with the listing is a proposed floor plan that merges the separate four bedroom apartments into a single sprawling home with 5 bedrooms including a 1400 ft² primary suite Bloomberg's Charlie pellet there Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Suzanne Palmer This is Bloomberg.
WNYC 93.9 FM
"tom swazi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Anna Maria Archie was at the state capitol on the last day of May to rally for an affordable housing Bill But she and a handful of activists carved out a few minutes to walk down to lieutenant governor Antonio Delgado's office Delgado wasn't there that day So instead our Sheila made her case to the person working the front desk Well my name is Anna Maria I'm a candidate for lieutenant governor And I came here Archie is a longtime activist from Brooklyn She cofounded make the road New York and influential immigrant rights organization And now she's making her first run for office pitting her in a three way race with Delgado and Diana Reina a former New York City council member Reina is a moderate running to Delgado's right while Archie is running on his left The lieutenant governor should be a champion of people not just someone who goes around the state cutting ribbons and representing the governor and saying yes and staying quiet but someone who is the lieutenant governor's primary doesn't usually generate much buzz in New York It's not a particularly glamorous role with no real constitutional responsibilities aside from being next in line to the governor's office But this year's race is different It was completely upended just two months ago As states lieutenant governor has just resigned Brian Benjamin turned himself over to federal authorities Prosecutors say it was a scheme to obtain thousands of dollars in illegal campaign contributions Benjamin was governor Kathy hochul's pick for lieutenant governor after she took office in August But he spent just 6 months in the role before a bribery scandal did him in Hoku picked Delgado to replace him in May He represented part of the Hudson valley in Congress but he's not well known across the state and he doesn't have much time before the primary Delgado touted his credentials during a debate on spectrum news this week I bring to bear a certain level of experience a certain record And what I come into this position the expectation is that I'm an active partner Electing a lieutenant governor isn't like the federal system where the presidential nominees pick their own running mate New York world separate primaries for governor and lieutenant governor then the winners from each party are paired together as a single ticket in November The arrangement goes back decades and it's led to some awkward situations in 1982 governor Mario Cuomo found himself paired up with Al del Bello who would endorse Cuomo's rival Ed Koch It didn't last long Del Bello quit two years into Cuomo's first term This year hoku is running with Delgado and archila is running with jumani Williams the New York City public advocate Diana reyna is paired up with Long Island congressman Tom swazi and raina says she and swazi are committed to the same vision We want to change the direction of our state We want to provide leadership We want to demonstrate what is our proven record We want to be able to bridge build State senator Michael gianaris is a Democrat from queens who co chairs our chiles campaign He says separate primaries give voters more choice And if the voters choose candidates from rival campaigns so be it A lot of people have made noise about how the government should have a partner I think the governor should have someone who pushes her to be better Robert Duffy doesn't see it that way He served a term as Andrew Cuomo's lieutenant governor and he says the job would have been miserable if he didn't have a good relationship with the governor If you are somebody who is a lieutenant governor who is not wanted by the governor you may want to be the quote unquote activist LG having press conferences and seeing what you want to say but after about four weeks nobody would probably listen any longer The primary is set for June 28th Republicans have already settled on their candidate NYPD veteran Allison esposito was the only one to enter the GOP race John Campbell WNYC news Marketplace morning reporters coming up next and then in ten minutes at 9 o'clock it's the BBC NewsHour 93.9 FM Let's check him in London to see what they're working on London good morning Good morning WNYC I'm Tim Franks on today's NewsHour will Ukraine formally move closer today to joining the European Union and if so so what That's BBC NewsHour coming up at 9 or 93.9 FM WNYC WNYC is supported by Walt and local meet committed to a more sustainable food system by offering home delivery of grass fed and pasture raised beef chicken pork and wild caught Atlantic seafood all from local partner farmers more at Walden local meat.
WNYC 93.9 FM
"tom swazi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Maria Archie was at the state capitol on the last day of May to rally for an affordable housing Bill But she and a handful of activists carved out a few minutes to walk down to lieutenant governor Antonio Delgado's office Delgado wasn't there that day So instead our Chile made her case to the person working the front desk Well my name is Anna Maria I'm a candidate for lieutenant governor And I came here our Chile is a longtime activist from Brooklyn She cofounded make the road New York and influential immigrant rights organization And now she's making her first run for office pitting her in a three way race with Delgado and Diana Reina a former New York City council member Raina is a moderate running to Delgado's right while Archie is running on his left The lieutenant governor should be a champion of people not just someone who goes around the state cutting ribbons and representing the governor and saying yes and staying quiet but someone who is the lieutenant governor's primary doesn't usually generate much buzz in New York It's not a particularly glamorous role with no real constitutional responsibilities aside from being next in line to the governor's office But this year's race is different It was completely upended just two months ago The state's lieutenant governor has just resigned Brian Benjamin turned himself over to federal authorities prosecutors say it was a scheme to obtain thousands of dollars in illegal campaign contributions Benjamin was governor Kathy hochul's pick for lieutenant governor after she took office in August But he spent just 6 months in the role before a bribery scandal did him in Hoku picked Delgado to replace him in May He represented part of the Hudson valley in Congress but he's not well known across the state and he doesn't have much time before the primary Delgado touted his credentials during a debate on spectrum news this week I bring the bear a certain level of experience a certain record And what I come into this position the expectation is that I'm an active partner Electing a lieutenant governor isn't like the federal system where the presidential nominees pick their own running mate New York holds separate primaries for governor and lieutenant governor then the winners from each party are paired together as a single ticket in November The arrangement goes back decades and it's led to some awkward situations in 1982 governor Mario Cuomo found himself paired up with Al del Bello who had endorsed Cuomo's rival Ed Koch It didn't last long Del Bello quit two years into Cuomo's first term This year hoku is running with Delgado and archila is running with jumani Williams the New York City public advocate Diana reyna is paired up with Long Island congressman Tom swazi and raina says she and swazi are committed to the same vision We want to change the direction of our state We want to provide leadership We want to demonstrate what is our proven record We want to be able to bridge build State senator Michael gianaris is a Democrat from queens who co chairs our Chile's campaign He says separate primaries give voters more choice And if the voters choose candidates from rival campaigns so be it A lot of people have made noise about how the government should have a partner I think the governor should have someone who pushes her to be better Robert Duffy doesn't see it that way He served a term as Andrew Cuomo's lieutenant governor and he says the job would have been miserable if he didn't have a good relationship with the governor If you are somebody who is a lieutenant governor who's not wanted by the governor you may want to be you know that quote unquote activist LG having press conferences and seeing what you want to say but after about four weeks nobody would probably listening longer The primary is set for June 28th Republicans have already settled on their candidate NYPD veteran Allison esposito was the only one to enter the GOP race John Campbell WNYC news Marketplace morning report is coming up next and later on morning edition poet Amanda Gorman talks about the meaning of Juneteenth Woman reflects on the upcoming holiday and reads her poem faith and fury coming up at about 15 minutes 71 and overcast now partly sunny and.
"tom swazi" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Into the governor's mansion High strongly address her as the governor Adam says voters need someone who can get stuff done in the state of New York cochlear is running to keep the job she held since August of 2021 when Andrew Cuomo resigned hulko faces New York City public advocate Williams and representative Tom swazi of Long Island in the June 28th democratic primary Supreme Court Justice is getting more security a bill the bolster security for the justices and their families passing the House yesterday next stop the president's desk It was okayed by the Senate last month Attorney Alan Dershowitz talking about it on cats at night hosted by 77 WBC owner and operated John kessel petit is Today the terrible tragedy is that Supreme Court Justices have to be protected by presidents because you get a guy like this character from California who wanted to assassinate Kavanaugh in order possibly to change the vote on roe versus wade Imagine what would have happened God forbid if he had been assassinated And then the vote would have changed Seems to be no stopping the medicine Yankees these days here is 77 WBC's Mike to dino Yet bob both New York teams continue to cruise Yankees a league best 45 wins just 16 losses Great pitching matchup tonight in The Bronx Shane mcclanahan 1.87 ERA versus Nestor Cortez 1.97 URA Corbyn burns and David Peterson get The Rock and flushing Hockey Stanley Cup game one tonight 8 p.m. lightning avalanche game 6 NBA Finals boy or Celtics tomorrow 9 p.m. for 77 WABC sports on Mike the dino Mark the men continues up next for our cast.
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"tom swazi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"It's morning addition on WNYC and Michael hill Governor Kathy hochul sparred with her democratic primary challengers in a debate last night The issues of crime and gun violence dominated much of the discussion WNYC's John Campbell has more Hulk is facing off against New York City public advocate jumani Williams and Long Island congressman Tom swazi and the democratic primary and her opponent spent much of the debate attacking her record on everything from gun control to stadium subsidies for the Buffalo Bills Early on huckel touted her efforts to bolster the state's gun laws this week in part by banning the sale of semi-automatic rifles to those under the age of 21 It came in the wake of a mass shooting in a buffalo supermarket last month I'm really proud we were able to get that over the finish line Again to protect New Yorkers whether it's from gun violence in grocery stores or on the streets of Brooklyn and The Bronx or Harlem But Williams faulted hochul for not focusing more on street crime and swazi pointed to the governor's prior support from the National Rifle Association When the governor was a member of Congress she voted with was endorsed by and took money from the NRA Where's the principal in that Hulk will represented a conservative district near buffalo when she was in Congress a decade ago during the debate She said she's evolved on the issue of gun control since then The four Republican candidates for governor will get their chance to debate this coming Monday While the Democrats will square off again on June 16th the primary election is set for June 28th John Campbell WNYC news.
"tom swazi" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Ownership our management by having me overnight to you on the weekends whenever there's breaking news like this I can really go in depth Because the one thing that I have going for me is that in the 43 years of organizing guardian angels I'd been in most of these communities I'd been in most of these cities I dealt with the good the bad the ugly and I happened to have spent quite a bit of time in Buffalo And hopefully I can give you some insight into that community and surrounding communities but I was very disappointed in the response of governor that hulk who was from the Erie county the greater buffalo area And more importantly congressman Tom swazi who had been campaigning earlier before the shooting in Buffalo itself with his lieutenant governor Kennedy and was blasting governor Kathy hochul for saying we got a lot done regarding her administration's anti crime efforts Hey pal you think you could have held you fire like a day or two This was not the appropriate time And it wasn't the appropriate time for coming out local To talk to start sniping back in him after she had just come out of quarantine for COVID-19 she gave the commencement address for Albany university And then obviously went to buffalo that's your home area This is what she had to say about the shooting Once she learned that hit it occurred at about 3 o'clock Saturday This.
What's The [DATA] Point?
"tom swazi" Discussed on What's The [DATA] Point?
"Do. And guess what? The Republicans are going to still beat us up about it. They're going to still try to use it as a storyline to kill us in elections because that's really what this was all about anyway. This was a political campaign issue. And he did, he's a phenomenal young senator that people haven't watched him enough. I have the highest respect for him, and he worked so hard. And I can guarantee you he's getting beat up by all sides from the minute he sat down that night on the floor of the Senate. When he was doing exactly what he was asked to do and that we tried to negotiate out painfully painfully, but we did. And the governor felt that that needed to be in her budget. And that was a political decision, not necessarily a budget decision. And then the I is even told after the fact that we've stadium was never intended to be a budget issue, it just all came together at the exact same time. I have not exactly, I think home is a good word for it. But there are suddenly there it was. At the last minute, as was a new amount of money for a capital program yet to be determined for $350 million on Long Island, and that was also a political decision. You didn't have to be born yesterday to know that she's concerned about Long Island and Tom swazi. And I want to help my Long Island colleagues also get reelected. But I'm not sure I would have come up with a $350 million should be determined gift at the last second. But one of those got in the budget. You know, it's interesting that last piece is in a certain sense about accountability. Having an appropriation, a lump sum appropriation, you know, without definition and there's some controller oversight restored, as you said in the budget, some good stuff happened. So you and I will continue to have our great conversation about spending and CPC will always urge more spending restraint or not always. We hope to not have to urge spending restraint, but it's not exactly there how we think it should be. But what we both a 100% agree on is if we're going to spend the money we should get value. We need a management system. We need the data, but not just the data. We actually have to use the data. And you have been a leader in this and have a performance management, I don't know if that's the right name for it a piece of legislation. But right now, for example, on education, $13 billion of federal education aid, if you add up the increase in education aid with fully funding foundational formula, that's going to be a total of $41 billion over four or 5 years added to education. Yet, I don't see a system that's going to that's going to demand results and holds districts and SCD accountable for results. What can we do?.
Max & Murphy on Politics
"tom swazi" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"Exactly, exactly. So I'm interested in that one. And then I guess I lied. I'll add one more. All sorts of debate around mental health and mental illness related policy. That's obviously coming to a four as we've seen these awful killings of people in New York City, other incidents, questions around just people who need help or not violent. But that's obviously also being debated as well. All right, we could keep going on. Let's just talk politics for one last thought from each of you. As you think about this budget in the political season we're in with the elections coming up. We've touched on this a little bit. The primaries in June, general election in the fall, you know, I go back and forth sometimes about, especially for governor hulk, also true for some of the more moderate to conservative Democrats in the legislature. There's obviously state senators who are concerned about losing their seats. Whether it's whether it's more beneficial for governor hochul politically to sort of appease the left a bit more and sort of undercut, let's say jumani Williams is primary against her or if it's better to go towards the middle, which undercuts Tom swazi is a challenge to her from the right and then also positions her better for a general election, but you'll also need the left in a general election to sort of help her there if she makes it through the primary. So whether it's on what I just said or other things, a final thought on sort of the political season relative to the budget Susan and how you're sort of putting the budget negotiations and deal in the political context here. Well, I guess I'm just sort of pulling a different threads, but I think it depends what happens in the primary is going to be very dependent on whether or not former governor Andrew Cuomo decides to throw his hat in the ring. And I think we're all hearing rumblings that he is going to enter the race. I think it's interesting that we've also heard that he may have some support from people like mayor Adams, like what does that say to a governor hochul who has pretty much given atoms everything that he wants from Albany at this point..
"tom swazi" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"And they're very sick They're mentally sick They're going after me without any protection of my rights by the Supreme Court or most other courts In reality they're not after me They're after you and I just happen to be the person that's in the way That's what they're after The Trump family has been arguing against the subpoenas claiming tish James is simply targeting the former president for political reasons in order to bolster her career the trumps must appear within 21 days Their chanting lock her up and that her is Hillary Clinton Clinton was heckled by a small crowd outside of the New York State Democratic National Convention in Times Square yesterday Clinton also responded Thursday to allegations that her 2016 presidential campaign spied on rival Donald Trump to try and link him to Russia It's funny The more trouble Trump gets into the wilder the charges and conspiracy theories about me seem to get So now his accountants have fired him and investigations draw closer to him and right on cue the noise machine gets turned up doesn't it Clinton made no mention of whether she'll run for The White House again in 2024 Democratic congressman Tom swazi says Hillary Clinton tried to persuade him not to run for New York State governor Here's what swazi.
TIME's Top Stories
"tom swazi" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"Brought to you by audible. A wonky tax break for the well off is a bigger problem for Democrats than you'd think. By abbi basalis. In its edible form, salt is used to dry out meat, and its mineral form, it's used to dry out snowy highways, and in its tax form, salt, the acronym for state and local tax deductions that disproportionately benefit well healed taxpayers might sound like a topic bound to dry out conversations. Even senator Bernie Sanders, a key player on negotiations concerning the salt cap and the Democrats flagship, $1.7 trillion social spending and climate build back better package, quipped that salt does not excite most people on the hill. I thought she was the only person in the world who was concerned about salt. He told me, gesturing to another reporter when I asked him for an update on salt's status. But don't be fooled, as Senate Democrats struggle to pass build back better, the debate over salt may be one of the most interesting things happening at the capitol. Whatever form the provision ends up taking could have major financial implications for taxpayers and high tax states. Huge electoral consequences for the Democrats who represent those states and significant political fallout for the party's make the rich pay their fair share political messaging. That's because raising the cap on salt deductions from $10,000 to $80,000 as prescribed in the house past version of built back better, would disproportionately help taxpayers rich enough to benefit from itemizing their federal tax deductions, which is to say the richest 5th of Americans. According to a November analysis from the nonpartisan institute on taxation and economic policy, the higher salt cap would primarily benefit the richest 20% of taxpayers and three fourths of the benefits would go to the richest 5%. Democrats are split over what to do about it. Some Democrats like senator bob Menendez and representative Tom swazi, who recently announced a run for New York governor, support raising the cap on salt deductions as a means to reverse the effect of Trump's 2017 tax bill, which led to tax hikes in blue states. Others like representative Jared golden argue against including raising the cap on the grounds that it paints the Democratic Party as hypocrites. If they raise the salt cap, the second most expensive item in a bill designed to bolster American working families would be a tax break for coastal elites. The standoff leaves Democrats in a damned if they do damned if they don't bind, deliver a windfall to wealthy Americans, or screw over democratic states on the eve of a midterm election where Democrats narrow majorities in both chambers are at risk. The tricky politics of raising the salt cap or not. Republicans created the $10,000 cap on salt deductions as a means to offset the cost of their other tax cuts in the 2017 tax cuts and jobs act. The TCJA reduced the corporate tax rate from 35% to 21% and decreased individual tax rates across the board. Because the TCJA nearly doubled the standard deductible, the main losers of the new $10,000 salt deduction cap were well to do people in states with the highest property taxes..
WABE 90.1 FM
"tom swazi" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"California I'm Duane Brown A new poll finds Americans overall income has increased since the coronavirus pandemic but so has inflation The Associated Press poll shows far more people are noticing the higher prices than the pay gains to third say their household costs have risen since the pandemic compared with only a quarter who say their incomes have gone up Speaking from The White House today Brian D's the head of the national economic council highlighted the plunge in unemployment and said inflation is a global problem We also believe that the strength of our economic recovery the strength of our labor market and the strength of wage increases and the steps that we've taken to try to provide some relief to American families position our economy and American households uniquely well to address what is a global issue The number of people filing for unemployment last week fell to the lowest level in 52 weeks as the job market continues to recover New York State attorney general letitia James is dropping her campaign for governor and running for reelection instead From member station W AMC Ian Picasso reports James kicked off for much anticipated bid for governor in October After leading an investigation into sexual harassment claims against then governor Andrew Cuomo fall out from the probe led to his resignation in August Governor Kathy hoku is seeking a full term in 2022 a Siena college poll this week found hoku leading James by 18 points In a statement James says she concluded she must continue as attorney general saying there are a number of important investigations and cases underway The democratic primary field for governor also includes New York City public advocate jumani Williams and Long Island congressman Tom swazi For NPR news I'm Ian pickus and Albany Stocks finished lower after three days of gains on Wall Street This is NPR From W ABE news in Atlanta I'm a meal Moffat it's 5 32 Atlanta's mayor elect Andre Dickens and Georgia governor Brian Kemp say they are working to repair a strained relationship between the city and state the two today had their first in person meeting since last week's runoff election Last year Kemp sued outgoing mayor Keisha Lance bottoms over mask mandates the two slam each other for their respective responses to crime and protests among other issues Dickens offices he talked with Kemp about building their relationship and working together Kim spokes people say the two also discuss crime and economic development Atlanta is dealing with one of the highest inflation rates among major U.S. cities and finance experts say the economic shock of the pandemic could keep prices for things like gasoline and groceries high into 2022 Tom Smith is a finance professor at Emory's goy set of business school Closer look Smith said COVID-19 displaced workers and now supply can't keep up with demand The labor force participation rate for black women has not come back as strongly as let's say for Hispanic women So there's a huge number of people who have been displaced and there's also discrepancies between wages for these groups but the pandemic has exacerbated those differences Atlanta's rate of inflation 7.9% is above the national average according to the bureau of labor statistics Opponents of a proposed spaceport on Georgia's coast are hoping to block the project with a public vote Emily Jones reports Camden county's plan to build a commercial spaceport on an old industrial site has been in the works for years and is currently awaiting federal permits But local critics and the environmental group 100 miles say residents haven't gotten to weigh in enough Megan to roziers is the group's president So their whole issue is that the taxpayers are being strung along by the county commission as they invest more and more money into this boondoggle project She plans to deliver a petition this week signed by 10% of Camden county voters calling for a vote to revoke the county's deal to develop the spaceport land The goal is to trigger a referendum under a provision of the state constitution The county says in a statement that the petition is on shaky legal ground Emily Jones W ABE news There's more local news at our website W ABE dot org This is W ABE news Everyone wonders about the dynamic of a husband and wife music duo on stage on the next city light Popular jazz trombones bob mcchesney and singer Calabria I had their Christmas show at the realtor I fall in love with them all over again when I hear him play She forgot to mention that her father was a trombone player too Hey Jimmy doctor Freud I'm Louis right Join us Friday at 11 a.m. It's all things considered from NPR news I'm Adi Cornish And I'm Mary Louise Kelly Democrats say programs like stimulus checks and the new monthly child tax credit payments are proof that their party can deliver real benefits for all Americans They also say President Biden's build back better bill will do even more down the road But a new NPR marist poll shows that most voters are skeptical of the party's plans and few feel the existing programs help them and peer congressional correspondent Kelsey snow has more Democrats say voters elected them to use their full control of Congress and The White House to transform the federal government President Biden repeated that idea in October when he announced the latest version of his build back better legislation Eugenics.
Max & Murphy on Politics
"tom swazi" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"We're expecting to build a Blasio to jump into the race, maybe Tom swazi, others, should we expect you to be to be getting in soon and how are you thinking about the sort of politics of this primary that's coming up? Well, we're going to be making an official official statement in the coming days. I don't think there'll be a much surprise, but we're going to be talking about the exploratory committee and officially saying what we're going to be doing. We did try to make it very, very clear as voters were going into the voting booth that this is something we were strong starting considering just so we can be honest. And I think I know from what I've seen that that voters to your earlier question are rejecting politics as usual, they're literally rejecting the status quo. And I believe our message is one that's in line with that. Democrats are failing to capitalize on. That voters don't want the politics as usual. And they don't want the status quo anymore because they realize that it didn't work for them before the pandemic and it certainly didn't work for them now. And Republicans have gotten that message. And they're willing to destroy the country on that message. Democrats haven't gotten that message. Even when it's when it can help heal the nation and keep the nation united, even when it is actually the right message. You know, the vision that we have always put forth is rooted around pushing back on the status quo on behalf of the people of devil representing. I don't think anyone else would have a similar message. I was one who didn't think latisha James was in this race that you would get in. Can you explain to that point about that message that you think is unique to you about pushing back on the status quo? What you think really separates you because it seems like, yeah, go ahead. Happy to have a conversation when we make an official declaration. But I will say again, what I haven't seen exploratory committee, we're not going to we're going to primary focus on the vision that.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Democrats Assess Where They Went Wrong as a ‘Red Tsunami’ Takes Hold in New York
"The fault line is being exposed, the Democrats are doing an autopsy of why they lost in every possible direction from Edward durr to the Virginia governor's race to the lieutenant governor's race in Virginia. How bad was it actually? Well, I just want to. I want to hear, let's just local news report cut 87. This is in New York, Nassau county. Play cut 87 just so you understand what Democrats are dealing with. Even in New York play tape. The shock resonated from the New York suburbs down the eastern seaboard. People are saying there was a red wave, they're wrong. It was a red tsunami. Republican Bruce blakeman declaring victory in the Nassau executive race considered the biggest upset here since Edmund Ghana when seated Tom swazi in 2009. We had the right message. It was taxes. It was crime. People are fed up with a liberal, progressive policies of the other party. This isn't the party of John F. Kennedy anymore. It's the party of AOC and Bernie Sanders, and they're rejecting that. And Joe Biden, they're rejecting that. I said this yesterday to Connor, and I said this to Andrew, I said, if the Democrats continue with this, and if they are unable to inoculate themselves, and remove the tumor, that is woke ism from their party. It is not out of the conversation that if conservatives do their job, and they don't, they're not run by a bunch of feckless morons, which is so often the case, we could end up winning states like New Jersey and Connecticut. We could win 40 out of 50
The Sean Hannity Show
"tom swazi" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"This was where did i see this I always like to give the sources at msn dot com. Enough people cross the border illegally in twenty twenty one to create the tenth largest city in america. Think about that and none of them have been tested for cova. Think about that too. You know now governor. Abbott has to fire back. Federal judge blocked his executive order on illegal immigrants in these vehicles. Although joe's now planning on maybe giving the jj shot to border-crossers and may orcas who needs to also be fired without chief nen by then of course comma harris hopefully in two thousand twenty four you know. But they're offering dangling out amnesty now for people from venezuela we have another influx that we we need to start preparing for. I mean this this is this is just. This is so bad. I can't even find the words to describe it now on. The issue of cuomo gave all the top democrats in new york. You everyone from From schumer to Jila bran to akeem jeffries to gregory. Meeks tom swazi got to resign. Nancy pelosi joe biden. They're calling on cuomo to resign in light of this this explosive report from the new york state attorney general pattern of sexual harassment least eleven current former state female employees Later on we'll get into the issue because the attorney general said it was criminal on a state level and on a federal level What does that mean. One of the lawyers who led the probe described. The governor's office in his behaviors. Toxic hostile abusive full of fear intimidation bully. That is a bully in. Vindictive is definitely gonna be lawsuits for money damages. If you're looking at the actual law greg. Jarrett will explain it later. He wrote a great column under. New york's penal code section. One thirty point five two. It is a crime to forcibly touched the sexual or other intimate parts of another person against their will. The statute is very specific identifying groping fondling as criminal. It's forcible if it's unwanted and that is exactly what these victims are alleging If you're interested in and again this doesn't even get into the nursing home scandal the albany district account Da rather gentleman by the name of Da andy source He said that he cuomo is in fact under a criminal. Investigation said based on this report is any of the behavior described us. Ask the question And attributed to the governor considered criminally said well the allegations early on certainly the lead myself and other prosecutors with concurring jurisdiction to believe that criminal activity in fact had taken place that will will conduct our own independent investigation. He's asking for any of the women involved to come forward. Apparently as of right now they have not Cuomo's nemesis comrade. The blasios says he should be prosecuted But you know these are people that hate each other but it's not insignificant Manhattan and westchester prosecutors are launching their criminal probes as well as the albany prosecutor so this is now moving all across the state you know if you look at some of the evidence that is emerging in this case the albany. Da confirmed that a. It's a criminal investigation and they're conducting their own other. Prosecutors are conducting these investigations simultaneously And these cases are made with cooperation from victims. The da said and for any victims out there who are watching this transmission..
KNST AM 790
"tom swazi" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"More Cabinet confirmations could come this week. I'm Pam Puso Fox News, starting with President Biden's nominee to lead the Treasury Department. The Senate Finance Committee unanimously approving President Biden's nomination of Janet Yellen, to be Treasury secretary of full Senate vote could take place as soon as Monday. The former Fed chair would be the first woman to serve in the post. Yellen is calling for swift passage of the president's $1.9 trillion stimulus plan. The package would include $1400 checks for Most Americans, Fox says John Scott on Wednesday, former Michigan governor Jennifer Granholm will testify before the Senate Energy and Natural Resource is committee She's nominated for Energy secretary President Biden is hoping for a bipartisan path to covert relief. We need to try and keep things moving, and I think that it's important that we spend this money on another package as soon as possible, because a lot of the programs that we put in place all expire in March, House Democrat Tom Swazi, many Republicans questioned Nearly $2 trillion price tag Sense of relief bill was passed just before Christmas. Some prominent Republicans in Arizona have been censured by the party. Cindy McCain governor Doug Ducey and former U S. Senator Jeff Flake were called out for failing to walk in lockstep with former president Trump McCain, who is the widow of former Senator John McCain, like in the center toe, a badge of honor. 10. People are still unaccounted for, but nearly a dozen others have been rescued from a mine in China. You ever workers brought to safety by rescuers in northern China after they were trapped underground for two weeks following an explosion in a gold mine. The workers were hauled up one by one in baskets on Sunday afternoon, their eyes shielded to protect them. Access algae and Grasso, managers of the mine have been detained for not reporting the.